After changing the location of Philadelphia Eagles training camp in 2013, the team is changing things up again this year. While practices will still be held in the City of Philadelphia, the open practice on Sunday, August 10 will occur at Franklin Field in University City, former home to the Birds. Tickets for that session can be reserved later this morning at 10. Continue reading ‘Reserve your Philadelphia Eagles training camp tickets this morning’
To ease the pain of your Monday morning, here’s a look at some the best Philadelphia Eagles headlines from the weekend.
Need a reminder of how stellar Nick Foles’ 2013 campaign was? Check out this breakdown of his numbers from last season. – Birds 24/7
Chip Kelly’s offense was the talk of the NFL the year of its debut. But what should we expect from the defense this year? – Philly.com
Do the Birds have the kicker they need in Alex Henery or his competition, Carey Spear, or will they need to seek other help late in the summer? – CSNPhilly
In exactly one month, Philadelphia Eagles training camp will be underway in South Philadelphia. The team announced its schedule on Wednesday, which this year will include three open practices.
Camp will begin on Friday, July 25 at the NovaCare Complex. Two open practices–on Monday, July 28 and Sunday, August 3–will be held at Lincoln Financial Field. In addition, the Birds will hold another open practice at Franklin Field on Sunday, August 10. Continue reading ‘Philadelphia Eagles training camp to feature open practice at Franklin Field’
Philadelphia Eagles minicamp got underway at the NovaCare Complex on Tuesday and will run through Thursday. It will be the last time that the team will be together as a whole until training camp begins in late July. All signs that slowly but surely, we are marching towards the start of the NFL season.
Geoff Mosher has 10 observations from minicamp, including the fact that everyone showed up, as well as a bold prediction from Nick Foles on returning wideout Jeremy Maclin. – CSNPhilly
QB Nick Foles talks about his receiving corps and expands on that prediction on Maclin–is he better now than he was before his injury? ”Gut feeling, I think he’s better.” – Birds 24/7 Continue reading ‘Morning Muse: Nick Foles’ bold prediction on Jeremy Maclin’
Will DeSean Jackson remain a Philadelphia Eagle through the 2014 season or won’t he? Getting a clear answer to this question is growing stranger—and more exhausting–by the day.
Reports of the Birds’ interest in trading the talented receiver, coming off the best season of his career, have not been clear or consistent. Jackson netted over 1300 years in 2013 and pulled in 9 touchdowns. It is hard to comprehend, then, why the Eagles would be so willing to part with such a valuable part of Chip Kelly’s offense.