The Philadelphia Eagles went back to work this week to build off the team's Week 3 victory over the Jets. A new twist was added to Washington preparations as the team had to account for Hurricane Joaquin, but knowing Coach Kelly and the players inside the locker room, fans can trust the Eagles will be ready for anything come Sunday. Like Coach Kelly once said, "Football is for the elements."
Eagles fans enjoyed the first Victory Monday (and free Dunkin Donuts coffee) of the season as the players credited teammates for the win.
Running back Kenjon Barner loves seeing his teammates succeed.
As the Eagles welcomed two new players to the Nest, a kicker and a familiar face, the team returned to training with full focus on Washington.
The calendar page turned to October, kicking off Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Eagles are again teaming up with Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer care and research in the Philadelphia region.
To prepare for Washington, the Eagles (or at least, their cartoon personas) received fresh cuts for Sunday, a game that the NFL confirmed was still on as Hurricane Joaquin projections pointed toward the sea.
Now all that's left is kickoff. Time to work.