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Headlines: Maclin Recognized For Comeback


Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin attended the NFL Honors event in Arizona and finished tied for second in the AP Comeback Player of the Year vote.

Special teams coordinator Dave Fipp was also lauded at the NFL Honors event. He tied for fifth place in the first-ever AP Assistant Coach of the Year vote. He was the only special teams coordinator in the league to merit consideration.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2015 was announced on Saturday night. Harold Carmichael's name was not one that was selected. He is extremely deserving of the honor. Here's why.

Dave Spadaro looks at the to-do list that's ahead for the Eagles once the Super Bowl is over.

The Super Bowl coaches think very highly of Chip Kelly and believe that the front office changes will greatly benefit the Eagles.

It's Keith Jackson days and counting until the start of the 2015 NFL Draft.

Not following @philadelphiaeagles on Instagram? You should be, but here's what you missed this past season ...

LeSean McCoy lost his Madden Bowl title to Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson.

What are reasonable expectations for tight end Zach Ertz in his third season?

Later today, Tommy Lawlor channels his inner-Aaliyah when looking at the promotion of Ed Marynowitz to vice president of player personnel.

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