The Official Site of the Philadelphia Eagles
Dave Spadaro
Eagles Insider
  • Tim Jernigan Brings 'Nastiness' To D-Line

    Tim Jernigan hoped it would be a great fit, the one matching his skill set and what Jim Schwartz asks the Eagles’ defensive linemen to do. Attack mode, Jernigan thought, is for me. And through two games, Jernigan is right at home in the scheme, adding his tenacity and a whole lot more to the mix ...

  • Giants' Record Means Nothing, Say Eagles

    So the Giants are 0-2 entering Sunday’s game at Lincoln Financial Field. They’re down. They’re getting beaten around by the fans and the media in New York. And all of that means what, exactly? “It means that their backs are up against the wall,” wide receiver Torrey Smith said on Wednesday …

  • Big Picture, Eagles Can Make Some Noise

    We look ahead, because that’s what you do in the NFL. Heal for a few hours after a loss, address areas to correct, and then look to the next opponent. The Giants come to town on Sunday as the Eagles open their Lincoln Financial Field schedule, and there are significant things to build upon here ...

  • No Rhythm, No Rhyme For Eagles' Offense

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – It is already a theme two weeks into the season: The Eagles need help in the running game. They haven’t had much of one in two games this season, got almost nothing going on Sunday in a 27-20 loss to Kansas City, and the lack of a ground game is dragging down the entire offense ...

  • The Tale Of Two Rookie Running Backs

    Once the pads go on, it’s a whole new story in the NFL as we’ve learned once again watching the running back picture unfold for the Eagles. In the spring, minus pads and with no tackling, fourth-round pick Donnel Pumphrey impressed with his quickness, the ease with which he caught the football and the burst he showed in the open field. Undrafted rookie Corey Clement? He was just hoping for reps ...

  • Big Day Of Matchups Sunday At Chiefs

    Taking to the road for a second consecutive week, the Eagles on Sunday encounter a Kansas City Chiefs team that had the perfect storm of a Week 1 in the NFL: They watched the New England Patriots celebrate winning last year’s Super Bowl and then came from behind to destroy the Patriots with a devastating blend of explosive plays on offense and clampdown defense in the second half ...

  • Jake Elliott Prepares To Kick On Sunday

    For a few of them, the NFL life is very stable, very happy, and while it’s always filled with stress, it has some stability built in. David Akers, for example, played for 12 seasons as an Eagle, was one of the best in the business and in fact goes into the franchise’s Hall of Fame during the October 23 game against Washington at Lincoln Financial Field ...

Most Recent Content
Fan Central
Fan Poll