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John McMullen

Nick Sirianni downplays A.J. Brown unhappiness

The only nitpicking during the Eagles’ 38-7 beatdown of the New York Giants in the divisional round of the playoffs came over the perceived reaction of star receiver A.J. Brown late in the game, who was caught by cameras looking a little unhappy after serving in a supporting role in the rout. Brown, who finished

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John McMullen

Shock and awe: Eagles dismantle Giants to earn berth in NFC Championship Game

PHILADELPHIA – The parallels were striking. Five years ago today a different Eagles team led by Doug Pederson and Nick Foles destroyed Minnesota, 38-7, in the NFC Championship Game, the last step before winning Super Bowl LII, the lone Lombardi Trophy in franchise history. In the ensuing years, Philadelphia moved on to Nick Sirianni and

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Paul Domowitch

How much will Jalen run against the Giants?

When the Giants played the Eagles in Week 18, Giants defensive coordinator Wink Martindale knew Jalen Hurts wasn’t going to run very much because of his injured shoulder and planned accordingly. This week, Hurts was nowhere to be found on the team’s injury report. Does that mean his sprained throwing shoulder, which coach Nick Sirianni

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John McMullen

Final ‘Miles’ are in reach for Eagles’ RB1

PHILADELPHIA – Miles Sanders has already put together a career season with 1.269 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns in a contract year. Even the RB1’s preseason prediction of an All-Star team being assembled in Philadelphia came true with 17 Eagles being selected as Pro Bowl participants or alternates en route to a league-best 14-3 record.

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John McMullen

Eagles coordinators keep focus on the Giants

PHILADELPHIA – Typically you get five words from Jonathan Gannon when the talk turns to the next step in his coaching career. The Eagles’ defensive coordinator is reportedly a finalist for the Houston Texans head-coaching position for the second straight year and Gannon interviewed for the position virtually on Saturday. Joining Gannon on the interview

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John McMullen

Boston has New York’s number

PHILADELPHIA – Boston and New York have a natural rivalry but this isn’t about the Red Soz and the Yankees where the former was once kindling to the latter’s fire. The BoSox have won plenty over the past number of years and another Boston had made New York quiver in recent years. For the Eagles’

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John McMullen

Eagles – Giants Round 3

A 31-24 “upset” over defensively-challenged Minnesota will give the surprising New York Giants another opportunity at the No. 1 seed in the NFC. The Giants will visit Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday night in an attempt to knock off the heavily-favored Eagles. The odds are long for fledgling New York in what will be its

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Paul Domowitch

One number from Giants game that potentially could spell trouble for Eagles in playoffs

The Eagles clinched the NFC’s top seed Sunday with a closer-than-it-should-have-been 22-16 win over the Giants JV team. And while the fact that they earned a first-round bye and home-field advantage were all that really mattered about that game, there is one troubling statistic from it that could be a prelude to playoff problems: 1-for-5.

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John McMullen

Jalen Hurts on playing at less than 100%: ‘It takes what it takes’

Outlandish proclamations of healing faster than everyone else might still be true but if that’s the case Jalen Hurts’ sprained SC joint on Dec. 18 in Chicago was more serious than anyone thought. With the benefit of hindsight even intimating the Eagles’ QB1 could be ready six days later for Dallas was wasting a competitive-advantage

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John McMullen

Eagles bookend end season with special teams awards

The Eagles bookended a historic season by beginning it with the NFC Special Teams Player of the Week in Detroit and ending it with another ST honoree during the 22-16 win over the New York Giants that clinched the NFC East and the No. 1 seed in the conference for the 14-3 Birds. Zech McPhearson

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John McMullen

Eagles’ Shane Steichen is in demand

PHILADELPHIA – While the haves in the NFL are preparing for the playoffs, many of the have-nots are gearing up for hiring season, and Eagles offensive coordinator Shane Steichen is proving to be one of the more popular names. Of the five openings around the league, Steichen, the play-caller for Philadelphia’s third-ranked offense, has been

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John McMullen

A hurting Jalen Hurts to the rescue

PHILADELPHIA – Jalen Hurts came to the Eagles’ rescue in a 22-16 win over the junior varsity of the New York Giants but what cost? Philadelphia’s QB1 fight through significant soreness because the Eagles were unable to win without him in the two previous weeks. With the MVP candidate, Philadelphia is now 14-1. Without Hurts,

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John McMullen

Eagles list Jalen Hurts as questionable

PHILADELPHIA – Jalen Hurts is “trending in the right direction” when it comes to a potential return from a sprained throwing shoulder and the MVP candidate has been listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the New York Giants. Hurts has missed the past two games — both losses — for the 13-3 Eagles, who

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Paul Domowitch

Who needs to blitz? Eagles making sack history with a four-man rush

The NFL has officially been keeping track of quarterback sacks since 1982. During that time, just three teams have racked up more than the 68 the Eagles take into Sunday’s regular-season finale against the Giants at the Linc: the ’84 Bears (72), the ’89 Vikings (71), and the ’87 Bears (70). That they have done

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John McMullen

Eagles’ Haason Reddick forces way into DPOTY conversation

PHILADELPHIA – The NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year award is likely headed to Nick Bosa but that hasn’t stopped the Eagles’ Haason Reddick from trying to break into the conversation. The star pass-rusher of a defensive unit pushing the NFL record, Reddick has 16 sacks on the season and an NFL-leading five forced fumbles.

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John McMullen

Eagles’ players react to scary Damar Hamlin situation

PHILADELPHIA – The NFL family as a whole was shaken when Buffalo safety Damar Hamlin suffered a dangerous cardiac event in Monday’s game between the Bills and the Cincinnati Bengals. The 24-year-old was saved on the field by emergency personnel and remains in intensive care at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center slowly recovering with

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John McMullen

Attrition presses pause on Eagles

PHILADELPHIA – I’ll always consider myself a reporter first but over the years the sojourn to talking head has manifested itself and that move requires participation in certain sports-talk tropes that are both mind-numbing and soul-crushing for those of us trying to elevate the medium. One of the biggest hat tips to the least common

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John McMullen

Eagles are running out of mulligans after loss to Saints

PHILADELPHIA – The Eagles have used all their mulligans and there is one more opportunity to seize the NFC East and the conference’s No. 1 seed, a Week 18 matchup against the playoff-bound New York Giants. What seemed like a foregone conclusion before Jalen Hurts’ SC joint sprain in Chicago last month, now is a

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Paul Domowitch

Dak, Cowboys made Eagles defense look bad on third down

The Eagles’ four turnovers against the Cowboys on Christmas Eve were the biggest reason they left Jerryland with a 40-34 loss. But the defense’s uncharacteristically poor play on third down was a very close second. Giving up that 52-yard completion to T.Y. Hilton on third-and-30 in the fourth quarter as they were clinging to a

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John McMullen

Will he or won’t he?

PHILADELPHIA – There were a lot of words coming out of Nick Sirianni’s mouth at his pre-practice presser on Friday, along with the requisite Larry Kehres nostalgia, but few answers as the Eagles’ coach continues to push the competitive-advantage card as far as possible when it comes to Sunday’s game against New Orleans. Sirianni declined

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Paul Domowitch

Lane Johnson will be back for the playoffs, but how effective will he be?

The question isn’t whether Lane Johnson will line up and play for the Eagles in the playoffs. He will. The question is how effective he will be playing with a torn adductor muscle. Johnson, the Eagles’ four-time Pro Bowl right tackle, suffered the injury in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s 40-34 loss to the Cowboys.