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Thursday Morning Headlines

It's another frigid day in Philadelphia, with temperatures below freezing outside but warm and toasty inside the NovaCare Complex. The Snow Bowl is very much in the rearview mirror, and the Eagles are deep into their preparation for the Minnesota Vikings as they look to keep their late-season momentum going. Chip Kelly speaks to the media at 11:40 a.m., followed by Eagles Live! at noon. Here are the morning headlines.

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Five things to know for today, December 12.

Chip Kelly's Tuesday practices weren't a popular proposal at first, but players now understand how much it benefits them and even provides a competitve advantage.

The memory of the crushing loss late in the 2010 season still resonates, and the Eagles are not looking past the Vikings this time around.

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*Sports Illustrated *"cover jinx" doesn't bother Nick Foles or the Eagles.

After a brief injury setback, Mychal Kendricks has picked up right where he left off and continues to show a nose for the ball.

Here's a closer, All-22 look at the emerging Zach Ertz.

Chris Polk overcame an ADHD diagnosis in college and has never stopped working in pursuit of becoming a bigger part of the Eagles backfield.

Chip Kelly is an excellent teacher but an even better learner.

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