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Spadaro: Miles Sanders leads a productive quartet at running back
Each of the four backs on the roster has shined at some point during this record-breaking season.
Who is Donna Kelce cheering for on Super Bowl Sunday?
Jason and Travis' mother described what it will be like to have the first children to square off in the championship game.
How will Nick Sirianni handle the Super Bowl bye week?
The head coach discussed that and several other topics in his first press conference since learning that his former team would be the opponent.
Spadaro: Defense returns to its ballhawking mentality
The returns of C.J. Gardner-Johnson and Avonte Maddox made the takeaway machine whole once again.
Spadaro: The play that encapsulates a season
The opening drive 29-yard pass to DeVonta Smith was more than a fourth-down conversion.
Spadaro: Lane Johnson epitomizes the Eagles' toughness, physicality
The All-Pro tackle didn't allow a quarterback sack or hit on Sunday against one of the league's best defensive lines.
Morning Roundup: It's Eagles vs. Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII
Feast on a full recap of everything from Sunday's NFC Championship victory.
Bring on the Chiefs!
The Philadelphia Eagles will meet the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII on Sunday, February 12th at 6:30 PM.
Nick Sirianni, Jalen Hurts rise to the occasion and are Super Bowl bound
The head coach's message all year has been that the most important game is the next one. Now, the next one is Super Bowl LVII.
Haason Reddick sets physical tone for Eagles defense in NFC Championship triumph
The All-Pro edge rusher for all intents and purpose knocked Brock Purdy out of the game and was involved in two takeaways.