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Headlines: Did Bradford Pass First Test?

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The Eagles opened their season on Monday night with a 26-24 loss to Atlanta. Although the outcome was not what the team wanted, it showed glimpses of just how explosive it may be this season. Head coach Chip Kelly is scheduled to speak with reporters at 1 PM, but until then, take a look at the top headlines for Tuesday, Sept. 15 ...

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A slow start, penalties and mistakes proved to be the defining aspects of the Eagles' season opener. Eagles Insider Dave Spadaro has more on the loss ...

According to Kelly, Monday's game was a tale of two halves. Moving forward, the team will look to build off its second half performance.

In his Eagles debut, quarterback Sam Bradford showed what the offense can be this season during the team's second half rally.

After missing the entire preseason to recover from his core muscle injury, tight end Zach Ertz had an encouraging return against Atlanta.

In his first game as an Eagle, running back DeMarco Murray scored two touchdowns on only 12 touches. 

Matched up against receiver Julio Jones, cornerback Byron Maxwell has a bit of a tough night against the Falcons. However, he is ready to rebound and is looking toward Dallas ...

Despite a missed 44-yard field goal, Kelly remains confident in kicker Cody Parkey.

Check out the top highlights from Monday night's opener in Atlanta ...

Ball hawks helped the Eagles rally Monday night. Read about the standout performances here ...

After a preseason full of questions regarding who would be the team's nickel, the Eagles surprised all by moving Malcolm Jenkins.

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Even in defeat, Bradford passed his first test of the season.

Take a look at Bleeding Green Nation's thoughts on the Eagles' opener here ...

Although he needed an x-ray following the game, Bradford confirms he is healthy.

Philly.com's Sam Donnellon writes that despite the loss, there's no need for fans to panic.

Tommy Lawlor of Iggles Blitz breaks down the game against Atlanta ...

Special teams standout Seyi Ajirotutu left Monday night's game after sustaining a concussion.

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