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Trey Sermon ready for first opportunity with the Eagles

PHILADELPHIA – Taking flyers on some young, talented prospects from the 2021 draft who didn’t necessarily hit the ground running in their original cities was a bit of a theme for Howie Roseman late in the summer. First, it was quarterback Ian Book, a fourth-round pick of New Orleans in 2021 at No. 133 overall, […]

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Doug Pederson set to return to Philadelphia relaxed and ready

PHILADELPHIA – Andy Reid got a standing ovation, so why not Doug Pederson? The only Super Bowl-winning coach in Eagles history is returning to Philadelphia on Sunday as the new mentor of the Jacksonville Jaguars and Pederson admits he’s not quite sure what to expect. Pederson, though, did remember coming back as the quarterbacks coach […]

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Eagles, Nick Sirianni expect tough test with Doug Pederson, Jags

Frank Reich is the man in the middle this week so maybe the Indianapolis head coach just focuses on his own business in trying to get the Colts above .500 in an AFC South tilt against Tennessee. The ex-Eagles offensive coordinator is surely going to get a few text messages this week from his former […]

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Nick Sirianni Counting on Veteran Leadership to Avoid Traps

PHILADELPHIA – It was silly but some were calling for Nick Sirianni’s job after a 2-5 start last season. Win No. 2 in 2022, a dominating performance on Monday Night Football against the Minnesota Vikings, has many of the same hot-take artists trumpeting Sirianni for NFL Coach of the Year. Rat poison can be obvious […]

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Hidden Arryn Siposs hustle pays off against Vikings

PHILADELPHIA – Ostensibly the Eagles dominated the Minnesota Vikings during a 24-7 win on Monday night but like any NFL game there were a handful of moments that could have tilted things dramatically. Irv Smith’s drop late in the second quarter turned a potential 63-yard touchdown and a manageable 21-14 Vikings deficit at the half […]

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‘Revenge’ is a dish best served with friends for Jalen Reagor

PHILADELPHIA – Jalen Reagor still texts every day with a number of his former Eagles teammates like DeVonta Smith, Quez Watkins, and Miles Sanders. It’s a group text among friends and football isn’t part of the equation nor is trash-talking. It’s just a bunch of guys who enjoyed each other’s company before Reagor was sent […]

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The Eagles will find out where they are after the Vikings

One bad quarter. That’s what created the fallout. One bad quarter. The Detroit Lions were strong in the fourth quarter, making what looked like an easy victory for the Eagles turn more into a chilling 38-35 escape under cover of night—after being up 38-21 in the fourth quarter. So, praise became sparse. Now, the Eagles, […]

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Zech McPhearson honored as NFC Special Teams Player of the Week

PHILADELPHIA – For the first time in 13 seasons, the Eagles had the NFC’s Special Teams Player of the Week on Kickoff Weekend. Backup cornerback Zech McPhearson was honored for sniffing out a Detroit onside kick gamble in the third quarter and his excellent coverage skills in Sunday’s win over the Lions. For his efforts, […]

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Are Eagles still going to play ground-and-pound in 2022?

Nick Sirianni saved the Eagles’ season last year with a gutsy late-October decision to shake up his offense. After a 33-22 road loss to the Raiders dropped the Eagles to 2-5, Sirianni decided they were going to run the ball more. A lot more. In their first seven games, the Eagles had averaged 36.7 pass […]

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The relationship that led the Eagles to Ian Book

PHILADELPHIA – The Eagles watched Reid Sinnett and Carson Strong all summer and felt the need for more. Although Sinnett was ultimately brought back to the practice squad after being waived, Howie Roseman wanted a little bit more at the QB3 spot on the 53-man roster and tried to claim 2021 third-round pick Kellen Mond […]

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