Friday, Dec 14, 2018 07:16 AM
From Quarterback Phenom To Senior Bowl Wide Receiver, The Incredible Journey Of David Sills
David Sills was offered a college scholarship to play quarterback at USC when he was just 13 years old. His life was forever changed after that moment. Fran Duffy explains the story that has a lot of Eagles connections to it.
Jordan Mailata: 'You Can Expect Big Things Next Year'
Mailata didn't play as a rookie as he learned the game and finished the season on Injured Reserve. But he is set for an important offseason and an exciting second year.
Alshon Jeffery Shows Once Again Why He's The Best
A second-grade class in West Chester, Pennsylvania wrote letters of encouragement for the wide receiver. He repaid the favor by visiting the class on Thursday.
CB Sidney Jones: What Is The Next Step For Him?
The second-year player saw action in only nine games in 2018 because of a hamstring injury.
Lawlor: This Was A Special Team
One of the questions asked to Howie Roseman and Doug Pederson during Tuesday's end-of-season press conference inspired Tommy Lawlor to explain why this was a season he will remember for quite some time.
Pauline: Six Winners From The East-West Shrine Game Practices
Tony Pauline from DraftAnalyst.com observed the three days of practices at the East-West Shrine Game in St. Pete, Florida. He explains who helped their draft stock the most.
Eagles' Success Stems From Culture Established By Doug Pederson
After Pederson's second playoff run in just his third season as a head coach, players share what makes him and their locker room so special.
Individual Awards Roll In For The Eagles
While the Eagles didn't accomplish the ultimate team goal of repeating as Super Bowl Champions, several players have been recognized for outstanding individual efforts in 2018.
Malcolm Jenkins Headed To The Pro Bowl
This is the third time that Jenkins has been selected in five years as an Eagle. There is only one safety in franchise history with more Pro Bowl nominations than Jenkins and that's Brian Dawkins.
Four Takeaways From Roseman, Pederson's End-Of-Season Press Conference
The executive vice president of football operations and the head coach reviewed the highs and lows of 2018 and outlined some of the early offseason objectives to get the Eagles back in the championship mix.
Setting The Goal For 2019: Gain A Top Seed In Playoffs
History says the road to the Super Bowl goes through No. 1 and No. 2 seeds.
Morning Roundup: Season Wrap-Up Press Conferences Today
Howie Roseman and Doug Pederson speak to the media at noon. Until then, find out what the players said on locker room clean-out day.