Hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas and is enjoying the day after, too! After a brief holiday reprieve, it's time to refocus all our attention on the Dallas Cowboys and Sunday night's winner-take-all showdown. The Eagles have never lost focus of that goal, even practicing late yesterday morning. They're back at it again today as they continue preparations. Keep it here for morning headlines and come back for Eagles Live! at noon, following Chip Kelly's 11:40 a.m. press conference.
Safeties Earl Wolff and Kurt Coleman have been practicing and are on track to play against the Cowboys.
Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett says quarterback Tony Romo, while feeling better following treatment, is "not overly comfortable."
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Chip Kelly has emphatically silenced the critics in his first year as an NFL head coach.
Eagles center Jason Kelce practices what he preaches and has become one of the team's most prominent leaders.
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