Volunteers at the Super Baskets of Hope event in Glendale, Arizona.
Phoenix is the center of the NFL universe this week as host of Super Bowl XLIX. The championship game is absent the Philadelphia Eagles. However, some players are still making impact while in town.
Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins helped to kick off the week leading up to the big game on January 26 with Super Baskets of Hope. The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation is a supporting partner of the event, which assembled 4,000 gift baskets ffor the seriously ill youth in hospitals in NFL cities around the country. Hundreds of community volunteers joined the effort in Glendale, AZ.
“We are proud to be among those making a difference for youth by helping to brighten their day,” said Jenkins. Continue reading ‘Malcolm Jenkins makes impact during Super Bowl week with Super Baskets of Hope’
Linebacker DeMeco Ryans, leader of the Philadelphia Eagles defense and all-around team leader, has been placed on injured reserve. He is done for the season.
Ryans ruptured his Achilles during Sunday’s 31-21 win over the Houston Texans. Since the injury, a number of Eagles players have commented on the poor condition of the field at NRG Stadium, with LeSean McCoy saying it’s the worst on which he’s ever played. Continue reading ‘DeMeco Ryans is done for the season’
Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles offense could get nothing going against the San Francisco 49ers.
With the many questions surrounding what this Philadelphia Eagles team is and what it isn’t heading into the fourth game of the season, there was never a question about the offense. The 3-0 start showed that, regardless of the start, the Birds would and could generate points in a variety of ways. Of course they can–that’s Chip Kelly’s hallmark. Continue reading ‘Total failing by the Philadelphia Eagles’offense costs game against the San Francisco 49ers (VIDEO)’
Two words say almost everything you need to know about the Philadelphia Eagles’ 30-27 comeback victory to defeat the Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night Football: Darren. Sproles.
Can we talk about what an incredible pickup the former Saints running back was for the Eagles? Not only have Sproles’ performances been outstanding in and of themselves, he has provided a spark at just the right moment in back-to-back games. Sproles has put his team on his back, showed a toughness and done what needs to be done to come out with a W. It’s so Philly. Sproles was Philadelphia’s top receiver with seven catches for 152 yards, with 26 more on the ground and a touchdown. Continue reading ‘Darren Sproles electrifies, ignites Philadelphia Eagles to comeback victory over Indianapolis Colts (GIFs)’
Chip: ‘I booed myself’
It was truly a tale of first halves. The first half was a nightmare; the second, a revelation. Seriously, weren’t they playing Jacksonville? Why were the Philadelphia Eagles such a mess? Continue reading ‘Wild ride sees Philadelphia Eagles land on top in opener against Jacksonville Jaguars’