Eagles say goodbye to three assistant coaches, including defensive line and wide receiver coaches

The Eagles have parted ways with defensive line coach Chris Wilson, wide receivers coach Gunter Brewer and assistant offensive line coach Eugene Chung, according to an NFL source.

Eagles say goodbye to three assistant coaches, including defensive line and wide receiver coaches

The Eagles have parted ways with defensive line coach Chris Wilson, wide receivers coach Gunter Brewer and assistant offensive line coach Eugene Chung, according to an NFL source.

Howie Roseman defends Eagles’ new medical staff after injury-marred season

The Eagles endured a 57 percent increase in regular-season games in which their players were lost to injury in 2018.

Howie Roseman defends Eagles’ new medical staff after injury-marred season

The Eagles endured a 57 percent increase in regular-season games in which their players were lost to injury in 2018.

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What Nick Foles taught Carson Wentz - and Eagles coach Doug Pederson | Marcus Hayes

Wentz, the franchise quarterback, has spent the last few weeks of the past two seasons watching his backup win big by letting the game come to him. Can Wentz learn how to do that?
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What Nick Foles taught Carson Wentz - and Eagles coach Doug Pederson | Marcus Hayes

Wentz, the franchise quarterback, has spent the last few weeks of the past two seasons watching his backup win big by letting the game come to him. Can Wentz learn how to do that?
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The Eagles are breaking up with us. Now what? | Maria Panaritis

If you’ve ever been dumped, you know. The feeling on Monday morning was familiar. Here is a field guide to coping with the Eagles loss.

Second grader writes heartwarming letter to Alshon Jeffery

On homemade stationery with Eagles-green hearts, 8-year-old Abigail Johnson penned a message of encouragement following the postseason-ending slip-up.

Like Carson Wentz, Howie Roseman won’t get specific about how the Eagles ended up without their QB yet again

In a season wrapup news conference, Roseman declined to delve into the stress fracture injury that sidelined Wentz.

Doug Pederson says he’s ‘very comfortable’ with Eagles’ offensive line despite possibility of replacing three starters for opening game

Jason Peters turns 37 next week. Brandon Brooks has a torn Achilles. And Jason Kelce is talking about possibly retiring. But Doug Pederson said he's "very comfortable'' with the state of his offensive line.

South Philly sports betting parlor is right across the street from the Phillies' home

Located at 7th & Packer, this will be the closest sports-betting parlor to the stadium complex.

Eagles podcast: Wrapping up the season and looking at what’s to come

Jeff McLane and Zach Berman wrap up the season, talk about Howie Roseman and Doug Pederson’s end-of-year news conference, and look at some big issues that are next for the Eagles.

Carson Wentz to be Eagles’ starting quarterback, Doug Pederson reiterates

"We’re going to do what’s best for the team,” the coach says.

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Nick Foles loves being with Eagles but deserves to have his own team | Bob Ford

Nick Foles might seem placid, but he's burning to be a starter.

Watch Doug Pederson and Howie Roseman’s end-of-season press conference

Eagles coach Doug Pederson and executive vice president of football operations Howie Roseman held an end-of-season press conference together Tuesday afternoon. Watch it in full here.

Carson Wentz speaks, playing time vs. Saints, Eagles’ draft position | Early Birds

Wentz said he wanted to play, but acknowledged there was too much risk to stay on the field.

The Eagles won't have to worry any more about one NFL referee

Pete Morelli will call the Pro Bowl before he hangs up his whistle.

Carson Wentz eager to put injury history behind him

Wentz realizes that the only way to quell cocnerns over his injury history moving forward is to stay on the field.

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