Hosts Jeff McLane and Zach Berman and columnist Mike Sielski discuss Nick Foles' injury, the new hitting rule, and more.
by: Zach Berman, STAFF WRITER Twitter icon @zberm | Mail icon email@example.com — Philly.com 3h
The Eagles don't just have a quarterback's knee to worry about. They have a shoulder to worry about, too.
by: Paul Domowitch, STAFF WRITER Twitter icon @pdomo | Mail icon firstname.lastname@example.org — Philly.com 4h
The two, who are in a battle for the Eagles' final one or two running-back spots, did not seize the moment Thursday against the Patriots.
by: Yong Kim — Philly.com 13h
The Patriots beat the Eagles 37-20 in a preseason game at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA on Thursday, August 16, 2018.
by: Jeff McLane, STAFF WRITER Twitter icon @Jeff_McLane | Mail icon email@example.com — Philly.com 13h
Foles had a rocky showing against the Patriots before leaving with a strained shoulder.
by: Paul Domowitch, STAFF WRITER Twitter icon @pdomo | Mail icon firstname.lastname@example.org — Philly.com 14h
Shelton Gibson secured his hold on the Eagles' fifth wide receiver spot and looks like he could be the team's season-opening kick returner as well. Nobody seems to want the fourth running back job. Domo's five quick takes from the game:
by: Zach Berman, STAFF WRITER Twitter icon @zberm | Mail icon email@example.com — Philly.com 14h
Foles was diagnosed with a strained shoulder. He did not return to the game, although he likely wasn't slated to play much longer. Any unease should be focused less on his ugly stat line.
by: Les Bowen, STAFF WRITER Twitter icon @LesBowen | Mail icon firstname.lastname@example.org — Philly.com 14h
Shelton Gibson was the only solid performer among a group of Eagles receivers who got the chance to step up for injured regulars.
The Eagles are the team the Patriots used to be. Now they have to find their own way to stay great | Mike Sielski
by: Mike Sielski, STAFF COLUMNIST Twitter icon @MikeSielski | Mail icon email@example.com — Philly.com 14h
It's easy to forget the similarities between the Eagles' and Patriots' first Super Bowl teams. With Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, New England became a perennial contender. The Eagles will try a different approach to sustain their excellence.
Malcom Jenkins, Michael Bennett, De'Vante Bausby wait to take field instead of protesting during national anthem
by: Les Bowen & Zach Berman — Philly.com 15h
There was no visible protest from the Eagles during the national anthem.
by: Rob Tornoe, STAFF WRITER Twitter icon @robtornoe | Mail icon firstname.lastname@example.org — Philly.com 16 Aug
Nick Foles and Tom Brady will face-off for the first time since the Super Bowl.
by: Jeff McLane, STAFF WRITER Twitter icon @Jeff_McLane | Mail icon email@example.com — Philly.com 16 Aug