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2018 Schedule
9-7, 2nd in NFC East
Super Bowl XXXIX: Patriots go back-to-back (1:13)
20hAdam Schefter

Sources: Wentz will be healthy for April program

Carson Wentz is expected to be healthy enough to be a full participant in the Eagles' offseason program in April if the team wants, league sources told ESPN.

Jeffery surprises 2nd graders in West Chester, PA (1:36)
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3dTim McManus

WR Jeffery visits kids who sent letters of support

Alshon Jeffery visited a second-grade class that wrote letters of encouragement to him after he dropped a critical pass in a divisional playoff loss to the Saints.

Is trading Fournette for Foles a possibility for Jacksonville? (2:07)

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

The Eagles are moving on from defensive line coach Chris Wilson and wide receivers coach Gunter Brewer, a source confirms. Wilson, who also coached DT Fletcher Cox at Mississippi State, has been on staff since 2016. Brewer replaced Mike Groh as receivers coach in 2018 when Groh was promoted to offensive coordinator. Adam Caplan and Geoff Mosher were first with the report.

Foxworth suggests team who signs Foles will be disappointed (1:58)
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5dTim McManus

Pederson: Eagles committed to Wentz at QB

Despite Nick Foles' success in limited time the past two years, Eagles coach Doug Pederson says the team is committed to Carson Wentz.


Barnwell Show: Farrar & Nguyen recap NFC playoffs

Bill welcomes Doug Farrar of USA Today to recap the Saints' win over the Eagles in the Divisional Round of the NFL postseason (1:45) as well as Ted Nguyen of The Athletic to recap the Rams' victory over the Cowboys (23:11). Both guests also take a look at what's to come in the NFC Championship, including what level of involvement C.J. Anderson may have and if Drew Brees will have issues finding time in the pocket. Those questions and so much more answered in this NFC-centric show.

Kellerman: Foles magic isn't dead (1:46)
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7dTim McManus

Sunday felt like Nick Foles' goodbye to Philly

The Eagles quarterback didn't want to elaborate on the likelihood he's headed elsewhere, preferring instead to savor his Philadelphia moment.

Where will Foles play next season? (1:28)
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7dTim McManus

Eagles OG Brooks suffers torn Achilles in loss

Eagles Pro Bowl right guard Brandon Brooks was ruled out of Sunday's divisional-round game against the Saints after suffering a right leg injury on Philadelphia's second possession. He later tweeted that he tore his Achilles.

Will Nick Foles stay with the Eagles? (1:28)

Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer 

Contestant Rleejr86 takes home the $1 million first prize for winning the first-ever DraftKings Sports Betting National Championship. The winning bet was $47.5K on Eagles +8.5 to push his overall bankroll to over $101K.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

An inspired late-season run for the Eagles ends in New Orleans. Too many opportunities squandered after shooting out to a 14-0 lead. Alshon Jeffery's third drop of the season a killer.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints QB Drew Brees targeted WR Michael Thomas multiple times today on the deep in-cut during the playoff win over the Eagles. That's a zone beater to attack two-deep and three-deep coverage. Find the open window.

Team Stats

Passing Yards267.27th
Rushing Yards98.128th
Points For22.918th
Points Against21.8