If you take a wider lens to Tebow, you’ll see he’s one of us, a working stiff who’s just trying to get a job. He harms no one, helps many, and is the very role mode we allegedly covet.
It’s Tebow Time in the City of Brotherly Love. The most polarizing backup quarterback in football is expected to sign a one-year contract with the Eagles on Monday.
New Jersey’s governor has been a lifelong Cowboys fan even though the state’s football loyalty is divided between the Eagles, Jets and Giants.
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Tebow, 27, was traded from Denver to New York in 2012 and released by the Jets after one tumultuous year as Mark Sanchez’s backup.
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The All-Pro rusher will visit the rival Eagles on Thursday — and he’s expected to stick around once he gets there, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Once he broke his silence, Chip Kelly couldn’t stop talking.
The good vibrations in Orchard Park, N.Y., were a bit tempered Wednesday when a report came out saying that stud tailback LeSean McCoy is is not happy with the trade that sent him to the Bills.
A person familiar with the deal says the Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to trade star running back LeSean McCoy for Buffalo Bills linebacker Kiko Alonso.
If the Jets are entertaining any notions of moving up in the draft to get one of the two top-rated quarterbacks available, they better look in the rearview. At least one team is reportedly plotting a power move.
Beating the New York Giants was cause for major celebration for the Philadelphia Eagles the first time the teams met this season. Doing so again in the finale won’t create close to the same level of enjoyment.
“How about Governor Christie?” Vermeil told Angelo Cataldi and the 94WIP Morning Show on Friday morning. “I was pissed, I’ll tell you that.”
Two NFC East teams going in different directions will face off on Saturday, but there is still a lot to prove. The Philadelphia Eagles need to make sure they earn a spot in the playoffs. The Washington Redskins have a quarterback controversy that is getting more confusing each week. Steve Beuerlein of CBS Sports spoke on the game and troubles facing both teams.
Democrat Jim Kenney is either really passionate about his Eagles or simply a sore loser. Maybe it’s both.