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Headlines: Five Eagles Picked To Pro Bowl

Good morning, Eagles fans! Your favorite Birds got some serious love in the Pro Bowl picks last night, and they're ready to head back out to training today. Head coach Chip Kelly will meet with the media later this morning, and you can catch up with all the latest headlines right now ...


Five Things to Know for Wednesday.

For the second straight season, the Eagles have five players heading to the Pro Bowl.

Despite being selected to the Pro Bowl yet again, and being the franchise's career rushing leader, LeSean McCoy isn't satisfied.

With his seventh Pro Bowl selection, left tackle Jason Peters is inching towards the Hall of Fame.

Even though he was snubbed from the Pro Bowl selections, defensive end Fletcher Cox has had a breakout year.

On Tuesday, the Eagles practiced outside in some rainy weather as they prepared for their trip up I-95 to play the Giants on Sunday...

Other Views

Fletcher Cox and Jeremy Maclin were absolutely snubbed in the Pro Bowl selections.

Despite no playoffs, head coach Chip Kelly is still one of the best coaches in the NFL.

With one more game left on his one-year deal, Jeremy Maclin said Tuesday he wants to remain, and retire, an Eagle.

Looking at the Eagles' plan for their cornerbacks heading into Sunday's game with New York.

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