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  • The Making Of A Playing Surface At The Linc

    The weather, it’s safe to say, hasn’t been kind to Tony Leonard, the Eagles’ director of grounds. But, no worries. Leonard and his staff have done an incredible job of making sure that the natural grass at Lincoln Financial Field is safe and playable for the athletes and, as a side benefit, looks great for the fans and the cameras watching every move ...

  • Kudos To Coach Doug; More Notes From Win

    Good for Doug Pederson. Good for a head coach who was counted out before he was really in as the head coach for the Eagles, who has been questioned about his credentials and his decision-making since Day 1. Good for a head coach who went through a trying first year on the job emphasizing a message of optimism and inclusiveness and trust. Good for a head coach who is one win away from reaching the Super Bowl ...

  • 'It's Everything I Ever Dreamed About'

    Rodney McLeod called out the play, and Jalen Mills heard him. Fourth-and-2 at the Eagles’ 2-yard line, game in the balance. The Eagles expected quarterback Matt Ryan to drop back and throw the football and they expected wide receiver Julio Jones to be the target ...

  • Home, Sweet Home Works For The Eagles

    Saturday’s NFC Divisional Round game is the first postseason matchup the Eagles have hosted at Lincoln Financial Field since January 4, 2014 when New Orleans came to town and escaped with a 26-24 victory. It’s been too long ...

  • A Spin Around The Eagles' Locker Room

    Two days away from the Divisional Round playoff game against Atlanta, the Eagles finished their work at Lincoln Financial Field and returned to the NovaCare Complex locker room ready for what is ahead. So much energy. So much optimism. A good time to get a gauge of what’s going on in the minds of the players, so here is the Spin Around the Locker Room …

  • Barner Knows Special Teams Can Win In Playoffs

    Kenjon Barner saw the horror show. He watched on television as the Los Angeles Rams, who dominated the NFL on special teams in the regular season, fumbled their way through a playoff loss to Atlanta. Two mistakes, a punt that bounced off the foot of Blake Countess and a kickoff return fumbled by Pharaoh Cooper, led to 10 Falcons points ...

  • Nick Foles Ready To Let 'Er Rip Vs. Falcons

    He’s had two weeks to scout his game, look at film until his eyes bleed, energize his body and his mind, and just consider the circumstances. And Nick Foles has also answered the questions, so many questions. With just a few more days to go before the Eagles open the playoffs with a Divisional Round game against Atlanta, Foles is ready to let ‘er rip ...

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