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    DeSean Jackson scored on a long touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys and Eagles fans are loving every second of it.  Thanks to his brilliant speed, wide receiver DeSean Jackson has found a new home with the Las Vegas Raiders. Despite things not working out with the Rams, Jackson and Derek Carr are building some chemistry, which was showcased with a 56-yard TD against Dallas on Thursday. Jackson, who is best known for his days with the Philadelphia Eagles, knows all about taking it to the Cowboys. Following Thursday’s score, Jackson now has 59 receptions for 1,287 yards and six touchdowns against Dallas. Goodness. DeSean Jackson career stats vs. the #Cowboys after this TD: 59 catches, 1,287 yards, 6 TDs The 6 TDs went for 91 yards, 81 yards, 69 yards, 67 yards, 59 yards and 28 yards. https://t.co/szD6GccEV5 — Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) November 25, 2021 Eagles fans loved watching DeSean Jackson light up the Cowboys again You’d think by know that Dallas would know to get a body on Jackson, but the speedster has made the secondary look foolish once again....
    Next1 of 3Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images) The Philadelphia Eagles have 11 picks to work with in the 2021 NFL Draft and this is the best way to maximize their results in the first round. Some Eagles fans aren’t happy that the team agreed to trade down to No. 12 in Round 1. Who Philadelphia ultimately lands with that selection should go a long way towards easing fan sentiment. The franchise needs a little luck to fall their way on Draft Night if they want to hit a home run with their first selection. The biggest question the Eagles need to answer is whether or not they’re comfortable with Jalen Hurts as their quarterback of the present and future. If the answer to that question is no, then the team could have an intriguing chance to upgrade the game’s most important position with the No. 12 pick. Otherwise, Eagles fans are understandably desperate to see the team upgrade their options at wide receiver. Jalen Reagor didn’t live up to expectations as last year’s...
    Pro Bowl center Jason Kelce has a ton of good news to share with Philadelphia Eagles fans.Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce sent out a super positive Instagram post on Friday. Kelce revealed an abundance of great news in his social media post. He said that he welcomed his second child into the world, a baby girl named Elliotte Ray. Kelce mentioned he got his first dose of the Moderna vaccine. Oh yeah, he also stated that he restructured his contract with the Eagles to remain the starting center for the Birds. The 10-year NFL pro is not going anywhere, Philadelphia!  View this post on Instagram  A post shared by Jason Kelce (@jason.kelce) Jason Kelce will be a veteran leader in a new era of Philadelphia Eagles footballKelce has been through all the highs and lows while in Eagles uniform. His rookie season out of Philadelphia was the ill-fated 2011 “Dream Team” that went absolutely nowhere. He was there for Andy Reid’s final season leading the Birds in 2012. Kelce was there for the entireties of the Chip Kelly and Doug...
    RUNNEMEDE, N.J. (CBS) — Jalen Hurts gave the Eagles a spark off the bench Sunday but it wasn’t enough to beat Green Bay. Now, the question is which quarterback to start Sunday vs. the Saints. Fans have no shortage of opinions. Head coach Doug Pederson may be undecided about his starting quarterback, but Eagles fans seem to be very clearly Team Carson Wentz or Team Hurts after the rookie quarterback finally gave them a reason to cheer on Sunday. Earle Manley came into Fan Treasures in Runnemede, Camden County, Monday in search of a Jalen Hurts jersey. Some #Eagles fans are throwing their support behind rookie QB @JalenHurts to start Sun’s game against the Saints, after his promising effort against the Packers. It’s also leading to peaking interest in his merchandise at @FanTreasures in #Runnemede STORY @CBSPhilly @ 530 & 6pm pic.twitter.com/ujGq8YEOrN — Trang Do (@TrangDoCBS3) December 7, 2020 Manley is one of a growing chorus who say it’s time to give No. 2 a shot at starting quarterback after his promising effort replacing Wentz in the third quarter...
    The Eagles’ 2020 draft suddenly looks to have a lot more promise. The Philadelphia Eagles looked to be on course for a blowout loss to the Green Bay Packers, only for Jalen Hurts and Jalen Reagor to fuel a surge that should give them and their fans reason for optimism heading into the final weeks of a largely dispiriting campaign. Next: The Jets are showing everybody they tank like a champion Even in limited action, Hurts should have done enough to be named the starter the rest of the way. If he and Reagor can form a rapport, it may help the Eagles forget about passing on Justin Jefferson and give them the starting foundation for a rebuild on the offensive side of the ball.
    After throwing another terrible pick-six, Philadelphia Eagles fans are surely wondering just how much money the team is paying him for his poor play.  Things are off to another shaky start for Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles. On Sunday, the Eagles had the chance to take advantage of a Cleveland Browns blunder, but the opposite came true for Doug Pederson. That’s because Wentz made a terrible decision, which ended with a pick-six for Cleveland’s defense. Following that play, Eagles fans are only going to be even more upset when they find out how much the team is paying him.Carson Wentz’s Eagles contract is surely going to infuriate fans all over PhiladelphiaWentz is in the middle of his four-year, $128 million contract. Even more eye-opening, part of Wentz’s deal included nearly $108 million guaranteed, with him making $32 million per campaign. Thus far this season, Wentz has thrown for 2,091 yards, 12 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. Those of course are not the numbers Eagles supporters want to see from a guy making $32 million a year. With his poor play...
    Prosecutors in Wisconsin received 158 voter fraud referrals since 2016. Few proved to be criminal. Friendlys restaurant chain files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection amid pandemic woes Cowboys Ben DiNucci threw a ridiculous sidearm pass and NFL fans had so many jokes The Dallas Cowboys were forced to start Ben DiNucci in a Sunday night matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles due to an Andy Dalton concussion, and it went about as well as you’d expect. © Provided by For The Win DiNucci completed 21 of his 40 passes for 180 yards in a 23-9 loss to the NFC East-leading (at 3-4-1!) Eagles. But it was one incomplete that the former James Madison star tossed that had Twitter abuzz with jokes. It was an attempted sidearm around an Eagles defender toward Amari Cooper that perhaps DiNucci had seen Patrick Mahomes complete, but yikes. Not good. There were so many jokes, including a bunch about Napoleon Dynamite character Uncle Rico: Ben DiNucci with the Uncle Rico sidearm throw pic.twitter.com/ZGyVKmgEcw— gifdsports (@gifdsports) November 2, 2020 Ben DiNucci said https://t.co/9pjws1KtD4 pic.twitter.com/qu1UkXlZ5U— gifdsports...
    Good news has arrived for the Philadelphia Eagles, with veteran wide receiver Alshon Jeffery back at practice and running routes.  Thus far this season, things have gone from bad to worse for the Philadelphia Eagles. Early on in 2020, there has been little to no good news for the passionate fanbase to be able to celebrate, especially after losses to the Washington Football Team and the Los Angeles Rams. Well, finally some positive vibes have arrived to the practice field. That’s because star wide receiver Alshon Jeffery has returned and was seen catching balls like the good old days on Thursday. When will the veteran wideout be able to return to action on game days for Carson Wentz and the offense? Alshon Jeffery back at practice. pic.twitter.com/P13PFQTsgu — Dave Zangaro (@DZangaroNBCS) September 24, 2020 The Eagles are hoping Alshon Jeffery can start suiting up on Sundays in early OctoberJeffery hasn’t played in a game since Dec. 9, and he underwent offseason surgery as well. There were rumors the team would either release or trade him, but nothing was ever finalized...
    More football teams will start the 2020 season without fans in the stands. The Philadelphia Eagles announced late Thursday afternoon that fans won’t be allowed at Lincoln Financial Field “until further notice” during the coronavirus pandemic. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) It was expected that fans wouldn’t be allowed at Eagles games, and now it’s official. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the City of Philadelphia confirmed on Thursday that hosting fans at Lincoln Financial Field will not be permitted until further notice. — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) August 27, 2020 The Eagles aren’t the only team in Pennsylvania shutting down fans attending games. The Pittsburgh Panthers will also have empty stands at home games through at least September, according to Brett McMurphy. Pitt will not be allowed to have fans at home games in September — Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) August 27, 2020 Another day goes by in the world of football and more teams ban fans from being in the stands. It shouldn’t be surprising at all at this point. The writing has...
    (CNN)Say hello to "Spot" and "Pepper." They're big baseball fans who never stop moving and never get tired of singing for the Fukuoko SoftBank Hawks. But these are baseball fans with a difference -- they're robots.Professional baseball returned to Japan on June 19, though coronavirus restrictions prevented fans from attending.So the Hawks came up with an innovative solution, bringing in over 20 robots to perform the team's fight song before the game against the Rakuten Eagles on July 7.Boosted by the robots, the Hawks beat the Eagles 4-3.Read MoreHowever, robots aren't taking over stadiums just yet.On July 10, Japan started to allow up to 5,000 fans to attend professional baseball and soccer games.On game day though, no shouting is allowed.Baseball is one of the most popular sports in Japan and is followed by millions, from local, professional, and international levels.Japan ranks second to only the US's Major League Baseball in terms of popularity of the game.Watch the video at the top of the article to find out more.
    Credit: John E. Moore III/Getty Images Philadelphia Eagles receiver Jalen Reagor is out here getting fans Big Hype for a season that may or may not happen.  If anyone is hoping there’s football this season more than Jalen Reagor, we might not have met that person yet. The Philadelphia Eagles rookie wide receiver will start his career under the most unique circumstances any rookie ever has, which is only making him more anxious to get things started. Philly fans, by extension, should be on that same level of excitement. Reagor posted the first look of him in his Eagles uniform and it’s a perfect way for Eagles fans to ride into the holiday weekend on a hyped high. Okay rona…. go away please? I’m ready to playyyyy! pic.twitter.com/hCYJcICZwp — Reag (@jalenreagor) July 2, 2020 Reagor was drafted in the first round by the Eagles with the hopes that he’ll be another weapon for Carson Wentz to have a breakout season with in Philly. We haven’t seen Wentz get back to the level he was on a few years ago...
    Getty Chris Long retired from the Eagles after the 2018 season. The indelible image of Chris Long wearing an Allen Iverson throwback jersey at the Super Bowl parade is all you need to know. His affection for Philadelphia runs decades deep. Long’s legendary father, Howie, starred at Villanova University in the late 1970s. The two were chatting about life on a recent episode of the Green Light podcast when the topic turned to where Chris might choose to retire. You see, he spent eight seasons in St. Louis before moving to New England for one and then Philly for two at the end of his career. He famously donned that Iverson jersey — it’s been immortalized in mural form — after helping lead the Eagles to the franchise’s first-ever Super Bowl championship. The 35-year-old admitted that St. Louis may have been the choice if they still had a team. But, they moved to Los Angeles in 2016 and that opened the door for Long to shower love on Philly. He also described the difference between Patriots fans and...
    GLENDALE, AZ - FEBRUARY 01: Russell Wilson #3 of the Seattle Seahawks congratulates Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots after the Patriots 28-24 win during Super Bowl XLIX at University of Phoenix Stadium on February 1, 2015 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images) Defense-adjusted Value Over Average (DVOA) has anointed the 2013 Seahawks, folks. A wave of best-of-the-decade fervor swept through the worlds of sports, entertainment, and beyond as the weather started to turn cold in the last quarter of 2019. With that came bold proclamations and angry recriminations about just who ruled the 2010s, in the case of the NFL, it’s got to be the Patriots, right? Or… wait, maybe the Eagles? The Steelers? No, folks, none of the above. In an attempt to select the best NFL team of the previous decade, the gang at Football Outsiders turned to DVOA (Defense-adjusted Value Over Average), a stat that “measures success on each play based on down and distance, then compares that to an NFL average baseline adjusted for situation and opponent,” per expert Aaron Schatz....
    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson had an idea to give fans a treat at home if they cannot get to the stadium this season because of the coronavirus pandemic. Jackson said Friday on his teammate Lane Johnson’s “Outside the Lane” YouTube show the NFL should consider putting a mic on players on the field as opposed to broadcasts pumping in artificial crowd noise. TEXANS' KENNY STILLS, FREE AGENT ERIC REID RESPOND TO NFL'S STATEMENT ON PROTESTS: 'SAVE THE BULLS--T' “It’s going to get crazy, I think they should, though,” the veteran wide receiver said. “They should give the fans the inside to really see what goes on between the white lines. It gets crazy, bro. I know in the trenches it gets crazy, and I know out there on the outside it gets crazy too with the conversations we going back and forth on.” The NFL plans to start the season on time but has not addressed whether there will be fans in the stadiums. The Miami Dolphins is one of the teams who has made contingency plans should fans be...
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