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Headlines: Eagles Name Day New QB Coach

Happy Friday, Eagles fans! For an offseason week in late January, the Birds have certainly kept busy, with preparing for the Pro Bowl, scouting the Senior Bowl, and yesterday announcing a new coaching hire. If you've missed anything, we've got you covered with today's round of fresh-off-the-press headlines ...


The Eagles hired Boston College offensive coordinator Ryan Day as their new quarterbacks coach.

In Day, the Eagles are getting a "bright, sharp" coach with a lot to bring to the table.

Catch a quick word with linebacker Connor Barwin, who's really enjoying his first-career Pro Bowl.

Finally, writes Dave Spadaro, running back Darren Sproles is getting the Pro Bowl respect he deserves.

Take a trip down memory lane and remember the 2004 NFC Championship game, which happened 10 years ago today.


With the Eagles set to host the Atlanta Falcons in the Divisional Round of the playoffs, let's take a look back at the last time these two teams met in the postseason - the 2004 NFC Championship Game.


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Taking a look at a different side of linebacker Marcus Smith, through the eyes of a former teammate.

Head coach Chip Kelly and the Eagles' new quarterbacks coach Ryan Day go way back.

The Eagles have been sizing up a number of edge rushers down at the Senior Bowl.

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