"I had courtside seats for the game and after talking to some people Kobe found out that there was an Eagles player in the building, so the meeting was arranged for after the game. He's the second-best basketball player of all time behind Michael Jordan. It was a wow moment for me. It was one of those moments you cherish for the rest of your life. With the offseason well underway, I'm focused on working hard and coming back to be a premier player for the Eagles."
Philadelphia Eagles News
Veteran ironmen serve as a lesson for young Eagles
Jason Kelce and Brandon Graham prove that durability is a lasting definition of star power in the NFL.
Roster Moves: Eagles activate 21-day practice window for DE Genard Avery; place CB Cre'Von LeBlanc on Injured Reserve
The Eagles also released running back Adrian Killins from the practice squad and protected four practice squad players for Week 12.
Eagles legend Eric Allen named a Pro Football Hall of Fame semifinalist
The six-time Pro Bowl selection has been named a semifinalist for the first time.
2021 Eagles Autism Challenge presented by Lincoln Financial Group set for Saturday, May 22
The team's signature fundraising event, championed by Eagles Chairman & CEO Jeffrey Lurie, has raised more than $9 million for cutting-edge autism research and care.
Duffy: 8 takeaways from the All-22 of the Browns game
From the struggles on offense to the strong effort from the defense, Fran Duffy analyzes it all.
Doug Pederson, Eagles staying the course in tough times
The head coach isn't backing down from the team's struggles, is sticking with Carson Wentz at QB.
Eagles sign RB Jordan Howard to the practice squad
Howard was second on the team in rushing yards in 2019.
Morning Roundup: 5 takeaways from Sunday's game and more
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Instant takeaways | Browns 22, Eagles 17
Three turnovers on offense, including a pick-six, and poor third-down production hurt the Eagles again.
Carson Wentz, offense fizzle as Eagles lose in Cleveland
Three more turnovers, five QB sacks, and a safety lead to 22-17 defeat on Sunday.