Reporters in attendance at today’s Wentz-less Eagles practice noted that starting center Jason Kelce kicked a recycling bin and stormed out of the practice bubble.
Eagles QB Carson Wentz had to leave Sunday’s game with a knee injury, and the citizens of Philadelphia waited with bated breath and clenched buttholes for any updates, hopefully not involving any three-letter medical abbreviations. But the news today wasn’t good: Wentz is done for the year.
LOS ANGELES — I knew it as soon as I saw Carson Wentz walking to the tunnel. The Eagles had just scored a touchdown to take the lead. The Coliseum, which had to be about 40 percent Eagles fans, was rocking. But from Row 93 I spotted it. Wentz was walking to the tunnel with a towel over his head.
The Rams and Eagles, two of the best teams in the NFC, have been trading leads all afternoon, but if Philadelphia is going to pull out a win in L.A., they’re going to have to do it without stud QB Carson Wentz. Wentz is officially out for the rest of the day with a left knee injury, which was apparently sustained on…
The Eagles play a very important game this afternoon against the Rams, and Kobe Bryant, Eagles fan, is here to awkwardly lead a solemn “Fly, Eagles, Fly!” chant, in an ill-fitting No. 8 Eagles jersey:
The 9-1 Eagles are beating up on the 3-7 Bears today, leading 24-0 at halftime. But the smartest play of the day goes to Kenjon Barner.
In October 2016, the Dolphins abandoned their running-back-by-committee approach and handed the featured role to Jay Ajayi, who transformed into one of the league’s best backs, kick-started the offense, and helped Miami make the playoffs for the first time in eight years. This morning, Miami shipped Ajayi to the…
Earlier this month, the Eagles scored a touchdown and celebrated with an elaborate baseball-themed celebration. Nelson Agholor threw a pretend ball, and Torrey Smith knocked it over the fence. Today, Alshon Jeffery scored on a long pass from QB Carson Wentz, and teammate Zach Ertz “plunked” him.
The Eagles pulled away from Washington in the second half Monday night, although at halftime they only led by one touchdown. The competitive game didn’t stop a few fans from fighting early in the third quarter of the Eagles’ 34-24 win in Philly.
Carson Wentz had a good rookie season, and he’s been playing great so far in his second year, but last night felt like a turning point. Maybe people put too much stock into players having big performances in nationally televised games—Doing It On The Big Stage, as it were—but Wentz looked like a superstar and maybe…
In the fourth quarter of tonight’s game against Washington, Philadelphia quarterback Carson Wentz showed off some seriously brilliant escapology. Houdini-esque, even:
Eagles defensive end Chris Long—who skipped the Patriots’ White House visit and supported teammate Malcolm Jenkins’s anthem protest earlier this year—said today that he would be using the rest of the season’s game checks to start the Pledge 10 for Tomorrow campaign.
Famous South Jersey native and baseball player Mike Trout is at the Eagles game today, so the team’s offense performed an impressively elaborate baseball celebration to honor him (and possibly recruit him for the Phillies, who knows).
The announced attendance for the Eagles-Chargers game in Carson, California yesterday was 25,374. It seemed like most of those in attendance were not there for the home team.
When we last saw the Chargers play at “home” in Carson, California, nobody cared. Today, though, brings much better news—there are plenty of passionate fans who came out to the Chargers-Eagles game today! They’re just not from Los Angeles.
Jake Elliott’s big kick not only won the game for the Eagles Sunday. It might’ve won Elliott a big payday.
Eagles running back Darren Sproles ran into the worst luck imaginable yesterday, reportedly breaking his arm and tearing his ACL on the same play against the Giants. Adam Schefter says Sproles will have surgery on his arm today, then surgery on his ACL later.
Rookie kicker Jake Elliott—a fifth-round Bengals pick who was signed off their practice squad by the Eagles after Week 1—nailed a 61-yard field goal at the gun today to give Philly a 27-24 win.
Odell Beckham made a nice fourth-quarter catch in the end zone to give the Giants their first points of the day against the Eagles. Then he got down on all fours, lifted his leg, and pretended to pee.
Late in the first half against the Chiefs, Eagles tight end Zach Ertz caught a once-in-a-lifetime break when a pass bounced off of Kansas City’s Terrance Mitchell and directly into his path. Ertz couldn’t quite reach the end zone, but his luck put the Eagles into game-tying field goal territory right before half.