PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Former Eagles coach Marion Campbell, who played on Philadelphia's last NFL championship team in 1960, has died. He was 87.
The Philadelphia District Attorney's office will not file charges against Nelson Agholor after conducting an investigation into an alleged sexual assault case involving the Eagles receiver.
The Philadelphia district attorney's office announced Monday that Philadelphia Eagles receiver Nelson Agholor has been cleared and will not face sexual assault charges stemming from a June incident. The District Attorney's Family Violence and Sexual Assault Unit and detectives from the Philadelphia
Philadelphia's top prosecutor says no charges will be filed against Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor following an investigation into allegations of a sex assault at a strip club. District Attorney Seth Williams said Monday there was insufficient evidence to warrant any charges. Police had received
Marion Campbell, who starred on the Philadelphia Eagles' 1960 championship team before later serving as their head coach, died Wednesday at the age of 87.
Former Philadelphia Eagles two-way player and head coach Marion Campbell died Wednesday in Plano, Texas, at the age of 87. Alex Smith of the team's official website reported the news Sunday...
Philadelphia Eagles coach Doug Pederson would prefer to grown No. 2 overall draft pick Carson Wentz at a slow pace. Will Wentz reach the field in 2016?
The Philadelphia Daily News ' Les Bowen reported Thursday that Philadelphia Eagles wideout Nelson Agholor won't be charged with a crime after being accused of committing sexual assault at a Philadelphia strip club...
The Philadelphia Eagles' long snapper, Jon Dorenbos, is an accomplished magician who uses humor in his act, and was so impressive on "America's Got Talent" this week that he moved onto the live shows later this month. Only one problem: the first live show is the night before Dorenbos is supposed to
Philadelphia Eagles long-snapper Jon Dorenbos reached the live rounds of "America's Got Talent," which begin July 26, the day before training camp.
Shutdown Corner is previewing all 32 teams as we get ready for the NFL season, counting down the teams one per day in reverse order of our initial 2016 power rankings. The Philadelphia Eagles fired Andy Reid after the 2012 season. The Eagles stripped Howie Roseman of personnel duties to give them to Chip Kelly last year.
First things first: Philadelphia gets a bit of a bad rap. Pennsylvania Rep. Bob Brady told the Philadelphia Daily News that the city would host the draft. The city to this point has said not so fast, and the NFL isn't confirming any deals.
This offseason, Shutdown Corner will travel down memory lane with a series of stories presenting some interesting and sometimes forgotten stories from the NFL's past. On the list of memorable and regrettable sports quotes, Vince Young gave one that became the NFL equivalent to Michael Ray Richardson's "The ship be sinking" in NBA lore. The Philadelphia Eagles went on a free-agent spending spree...
The Philadelphia Eagles struggled defensively last season. But new coordinator Jim Schwartz brings a strong background and new scheme to the equation.
The era of teams making rap videos, from the "Super Bowl Shuffle" to the lost classic, "Let's Ram It!" is a bygone one. Such is the case with the 1988 Philadelphia Eagles paean to Buddy Ryan, their head coach, a video that was unearthed through the magic of social media after Ryan's death on Tuesday. In fact, the only authority figure we see in the video — other than Rev. Reggie White, th...
DeMarco Murray 's beleaguered, short-lived stint with the Philadelphia Eagles last season saw him go from NFL rushing champion to free-agent bust. Now a member of the Tennessee Titans , he is optimistic about his future...
Longtime Eagles long snapper Jon Dorenbos, who long has dabbled in magic, goes viral with a great performance on "America's Got Talent."
The Eagles have a long-term plan to build a contender. But in the tepid NFC East, Philadelphia thinks it could compete for a division title now, too.
Doug Pederson will be a rookie head coach, but some division rivals might be happier if Chip Kelly was still on the Philadelphia Eagles' sideline.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- New Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz says he became trapped in a bathroom of a New Jersey gas station and had to be rescued.
The Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos will break for summer vacation with plenty of questions still unanswered, including who will be under center when they return and whether Aqib Talib will be able to play. The biggest unknown is whether superstar Von Miller will sign a long-term deal. Eagles defensive lineman Fletcher Cox set the standard this week with a six-year extension that includes $6...
Mike Florio breaks down Fletcher Cox's monster contract with the Eagles and explains how Philly believes the young star is only going to get better in Jim Schwartz's system.
If early signs are any indication, the Philadelphia Eagles will have the talent and attitude to successfully execute Jim Schwart's defense.
With their latest outlay to Fletcher Cox, the Eagles have put $280 million into guaranteed deals since Jan. 1. No other team comes close to that.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Standout defensive tackle Fletcher Cox agreed Monday to a six-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles that could earn him nine figures.
Fletcher Cox is staying in Philly. The Philadelphia Eagles announced on Monday that they have agreed on a six-year extension with the defensive tackle.
Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Ty Powell is retiring from the NFL at age 28, multiple media outlets reported. Powell, a seventh-round pick (No. 231 overall) by the Seattle Seahawks in 2013, was placed on the reserved/retired list by the Eagles on Thursday. Before joining the Eagles, Powell spent two seasons with the Buffalo Bills.
Philadelphia Eagles receiver Nelson Agholor is under investigation by police, reportedly after a female dancer at a strip club accused him of sexually assaulting her. "We are aware of the police investigation involving Nelson Agholor," the NFL's Eagles said in a statement. "The organization has been in contact with Nelson and with the proper authorities in Philadelphia.
Police are investing an allegation that a member of the Philadelphia Eagles sexually assaulted a dancer at a strip club. Authorities would not identify the individual, but the team said wide receiver Nelson Agholor was under police investigation. Police say the alleged assault occurred Thursday, the day the Eagles wrapped up their offseason workouts.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor has been accused of rape following an alleged incident at a Philadelphia strip club...
Nelson Agholor, Caleb Sturgis, Allen Barbre and Jalen Mills are among the players who have impressed the Eagles during the offseason.
The Eagles took Carson Wentz No. 2 in the NFL, and the Phillies and 76ers have the top pick in their drafts -- unprecedented for one city's teams.
Rueben Randle never quite fit in New York. Now with the Philadelphia Eagles, the wideout is ready for a fresh start and glad to move on from the Giants.
Fletcher Cox will attend mandatory minicamp this week, but the defensive lineman issued a statement saying that he won't discuss his contract negotiations.
Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox and running back Darren Sproles are expected to attend this week's mandatory minicamp, coach Doug Pederson said Monday.
Darren Sproles is expected to attend Philadelphia Eagles mandatory minicamp after skipping OTAs. Will Fletcher Cox also be in town to avoid fines?
So far, the Doug Pederson era in Philadelphia has provided optimism and excitement for a new way of doing things, particularly on offense.
Once a holdout this offseason, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford is impressing new head coach Doug Pederson at OTAs. Pederson spoke with the media Friday about Bradford's performance since his short holdout, via Phil Sheridan of ESPN..
Defensive back Walter Thurmond is the latest NFL player who decided to walk away from the game and millions of dollars seemingly in the prime of his career. According to multiple reports on Tuesday, the former Philadelphia Eagles safety is retiring at age 28 after six professional seasons. ESPN reported that Thurmond said he no longer wants to play football and is interested in pursuing other o...
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