Head Coach Doug Pederson returned to work at the NovaCare Complex on Wednesday. He will be available for a press conference at 12:45 p.m. that will be streamed live on PhiladelphiaEagles.com and the app. The team announced on August 2 that Pederson was diagnosed with COVID-19. Assistant Head Coach/Running Backs Coach Duce Staley oversaw the day-to-day activities at the facility, while Pederson was able to conduct meetings with staff and players virtually.
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Super Bowl LVII | Eagles Daily Roundup | February 6, 2023
Here are some of the highlights from Opening Night at the Super Bowl.
Jeffrey Lurie explains what 'It's A Philly Thing' means to him
The Chairman and CEO is on the verge of following through on his promise to delivers championships – plural – to Philadelphia.
Jeff Stoutland: 'I couldn't be in a better place'
The longest-tenured coach explains why he signed a contract extension.
Brian Johnson on Jalen Hurts' rise to MVP contender: 'Not a surprise at all'
Johnson said consistency has been key for Hurts, who is in the second year of the offense.
Haason Reddick: 'We are here to complete that mission'
While playing for his hometown team in the Super Bowl is a 'dream come true,' the All-Pro linebacker doesn't want to stop now.
Darius Slay doesn't have the most swag on defense?
The Pro Bowl cornerback is also petitioning for a role on offense this Sunday.
Brandon Graham 'going to soak up every minute of it'
But the defensive end knows what he has to do to be at his best on Super Bowl Sunday.
Practice what you preach: Nick Sirianni's success can be found in his core principles
From the players to the coaches to the front office, Sirianni's ability to connect is his secret sauce.
Spadaro: Howie Roseman 'consumed' with winning the Super Bowl
The Executive Vice President/General Manager knows it will take everyone's best to emerge victorious over the Chiefs.
Jalen Hurts continues proud legacy of Black quarterbacks in Philadelphia
Hurts is the fifth Black quarterback in Eagles history to reach the playoffs and the second to make the Super Bowl.
Spadaro: The Eagles are in Arizona to win it all!
Sunday was transition day as the Eagles arrived at the team hotel that will serve as home away from home for the next week.