Here’s a player-by-player breakdown of what we saw from the Eagles’ defense Sunday after having watched the All-22 copy. Read more »
Cary Williams has spent the early part of this week cleaning up the mess he made in the locker room Sunday following the Eagles’ win over Washington.
He came in to meet with Chip Kelly on Monday and said that he and the head coach had a “great conversation”and better understand one another’s viewpoints when it comes to in-week training.
On Tuesday, Williams stood up in front of his teammates and told them he regretted bringing negativity into the room. He apologized to Nate Allen specifically for pointing his frustrations in the safety’s direction.
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Jason Peters knows that he put his team in a tough spot by getting ejected in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game against Washington.
He also knows that as the left tackle and a leader on offense, he’s going to stick up for his quarterback, regardless of the situation.
“I’d do the same thing if it happened again,” Peters said today. “A guy cheap-shotted my quarterback, and I’m gonna protect him.” Read more »
The Eagles showed off a different starting offensive line today during the portion of practice open to the media.
They had Jason Peters (LT), Matt Tobin (LG), David Molk (C), Dennis Kelly (RG) and Todd Herremans (RT) with the first team. That’s different players at four of the five positions when compared to who started on Sunday against Washington. Read more »
Here’s a roundup of what the media are saying about the Eagles following their 37-34 win over Washington.
Next up for the Eagles is a trip to San Francisco to take on the 49ers. Here are five things you need to know about the Week 4 matchup: Read more »
Here’s a player-by-player breakdown of what we saw from the Eagles’ offense in the team’s 37-34 win over Washington after having re-watched. Read more »
Here are images from the Eagles’ 37-34 win over the Washington Redskins at Lincoln Financial Field.
Chip Kelly, believe it or not, gave an injury update at his day-after press conference.
“I just saw [Jason] Kelce in the hallway. He’s going to have sports hernia surgery,” said Kelly. “Don’t know how long he will be out for.”
The average recovery time for this type of surgery is five-to-six weeks, according to a league source.It appears that the Eagles will be down one of the offense’s most valuable players for a significant stretch, then. For now, it will be David Molk manning the center position.
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Jason Kelce has a sports hernia injury and is expected to have surgery, sources tell the Inquirer’s Jeff McLane.
The injury could keep the Eagles’ center off the field for two months.
Kelce was off to a fantastic start this season. He sets the protection, is integral to the run game and is fantastic downfield on screens. Losing him, along with Evan Mathis, is devastating for the Eagles’ offense and specifically the ground game. Read more »