Birds 24/7 Is Looking For An Intern

Eagles fans. (Jeff Fusco)

Eagles fans. (Jeff Fusco)

Birds 24/7 is seeking an intern for the spring semester.

The candidate will help Tim and Josh update the site, work on special projects and assist with social media. Motivated interns may have opportunities to produce original content, but this is not a writing internship.

The ideal candidate will be extremely detail-oriented and have experience in online journalism. Deep knowledge of the Eagles and the NFL is a must. Knowledge of SEO, web headline writing, Photoshop, WordPress and other content management systems, and professional use of social media is a plus, but not required. Read more »

NFL Playoffs Open Thread: AFC Wild Card

Doug Pederson. (USA Today Sports)

Doug Pederson. (USA Today Sports)

While the Birds are in the middle of a coaching search, 12 NFL teams are in the playoffs, and four play tonight. The Chiefs and Texans kick off the action at 4:20 on ESPN/ABC, while the Steelers and Bengals play at 8:15 on CBS. Read more »

Open Thread: Reaction Day

Jeffrey Lurie (Photo by: Jeff Fusco)

Jeffrey Lurie (Photo by: Jeff Fusco)

In case you managed to dodge the onslaught of updates, Chip Kelly was fired Tuesday evening. The Eagles have practice Wednesday, and team owner Jeffrey Lurie will be addressing the media to discuss the decision to release Kelly.

Practice begins at 12:05, Lurie will address the media at 12:30, and players will be available to the media starting around 1:45.

We’ll be covering everything as it happens, and you can come to this open thread to read about and discuss the latest news and updates from what promises to be a hectic day-after at the NovaCare Complex.

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Merry Christmas To Our Birds 24/7 Family

Photo by: Jeff Fusco

Photo by: Jeff Fusco

I wanted to take a moment to wish everyone a Merry Christmas.

It hasn’t been the most blissful of Eagles seasons but your loyalty to the team and this site has remained strong. That’s a testament to the best fans, and the best online community, in the business.

Thank you for welcoming Josh with open arms. We parted ways with one of the top football writers in the country this year in Sheil, but the rookie has shown up strong and will earn similar accolades before long. I continue to be proud of the work that is churned by Josh and Adam, two of the bright young stars in the industry.

Big things ahead. Here’s wishing everyone a blessed holiday and a prosperous 2016 — both on the gridiron and otherwise.

— Tim

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