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Darren Sproles Broke Off A Ridiculous TD Run And A Ball Boy Was Not Pleased About It

Darren Sproles found some open space in the third quarter of Monday night’s game against the Colts and he did what Darren Sproles does when he finds empty holes in a defense: he burst forward with a highlight-worthy touchdown run.

Even better than the run was LeSean McCoy’s exuberant celebration with Sproles. The two just look so happy.

The best part though? That ball boy who is just behind McCoy. You can almost taste the saltiness from here.
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WATCH: Philadelphia Eagles Chris Maragos Throwing Punches on MNF

There are many dumb things that guys can do on the football field, but one of the dumbest will have to be fighting/throwing punches during a game. First–you are not going to hurt anyone. With all the gear guys are wearing you are more apt to break your hand than hurt his feelings. Second–when you get busted you cost your team 15-yards.It looks like someone will need to remind Eagles special teamer Chris Maragos. He got a little frustrated during a kick off late in the second quarter, threw some punches, and gave the Colts really good field position.Read more »

Eagles’ Mychal Kendricks grabs crotch during dance move

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Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks got a little too excited over a tackle he made on Indianapolis Colts running back Trent Richardson during the first quarter of Monday Night Football. Following the four-yard loss, Kendricks showed off his dance moves that including him grabbing his crotch at the end. WATCH:
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Eagles’ Even Mathis makes a trade offer to Gerald McCoy

Eagles offensive lineman Evan Mathis made an interesting trade offer to Bucs defensive lineman Gerald McCoy on Twitter. @Geraldini93 Hey bro, I’ll trade you a hand for an MCL. — Evan Mathis (@EvanMathis69) September 15, 2014 Mathis is nursing an MCL injury and McCoy broke his hand on Sunday, so this makes sense. var ACE_AR = {Site: ’898551′, Size: ’468060′, CallType: ‘IFRAME’}; Loading… ZergNet The post Eagles’ Even Mathis makes a trade offer to Gerald McCoy appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

Eagles Injury Report: Matt Tobin, Josh Huff, Chris Polk

The Philadelphia Eagles head in to an exciting Monday night showdown against the Indianapolis Colts with relatively few names on their final injury report: #453362416 / gettyimages.comPhiladelphia lost star left guard Evan Mathis until at least Week 10 with a knee injury in the season opener, but no other starters appear on the team’s injury report for Monday night. Right tackle Lane Johnson is suspended for three more games, but the Eagles will only have two players out due to injury, not counting those already on IR. Backup offensive lineman Matt Tobin will again be out with an ankle injury. With the aforementioned losses and backup lineman Allen Barbre also out with a broken leg, depth at offensive line will be a major concern for the Eagles moving forward. Wide receiver Josh Huff will also be shelved again with a shoulder problem. Jeremy Maclin and Riley Cooper remain the clear top two targets for Nick Foles, but rookie Jordan Matthews should also see plenty of action…

Jason Kelce Of The Eagles Says The NFL Is Lying About Ray Rice

Unlike other thoughts or opinions, Jason Kelce’s makes sense.
Many in the NFL have stayed away from commenting on this topic and who can blame them? It’s a controversial topic. Jason Kelce clearly feels otherwise about the NFL.
“If they would have just came out and said, ‘You know what we had a wrong—we made a wrong decision. We should have suspended him for longer. This is something that we mishandled,’” Kelce told 94 WIP, “I would have had a lot more respect for the NFL than what they’re doing now, which seems like they are just backtracking and trying to save face in front of the fans and it’s clear as day, I think to me, they’re lying and misleading people.”
“I mean, the whole thing has been just really mishandled,” Kelce said. “And then, now all the sudden with tape coming out—I’m sorry, but I can’t believe that an organization with billions of dollars and this tape is running out there through law enforcement and through media outlets that they somehow couldn’t get

LeSean McCoy’s 20-cent tip receipt is for sale on eBay

The receipt signed by LeSean McCoy last week at the restaurant PYT, in which the Eagles running back stiffed a waiter with a tip of 20-cents, is up for sale on eBay and the bids are soaring.After being posted on Saturday, the receipt has gone up from a starting bid of 20-cents all the way up to  a staggering $760.00 as of Monday morning.Call it the lousy tip that keeps on giving.According to NJ.com, of the 5,312 items on eBay currently that came up for a search of “LeSean McCoy,” only 16 cost more than the infamous receipt.Here is the description, according to the seller “fauxrean.”The item up for Auction is the controversial $0.20 Receipt for Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean “Shady” McCoy’s meal at Philadelphia Restaurant, PYT. The aforementioned receipt has caused quite the media buzz amongst social media/news networks/celebrities along with many others.Not only do you get to keep a memento of weird current events/social media history but you also get an autograph

Eagles’ Cox and Kendricks growing into defensive cornerstones

Fletcher Cox and Mychal Kendricks first met in April 2012 during a predraft visit to Tennessee. They took a limousine together to the Nashville airport. They were not the most compatible pair of 21-year-olds to share a 20-minute ride.

Cox is from Yazoo City, Miss.; went to college at Mississippi State; and likes to spend his free time taking his ATVs “mud-riding.” Those who know Cox describe him as a “big ol’ country boy.” Kendricks grew up in Fresno, Calif.; went to the University of California; and collects hats and shoes. He once attended a private school that specializes in fine arts.

“I noticed he wasn’t from my side of the world,” Kendricks said. “When I’m asking him questions because we could be on the same team . . . he’s talking about mudding . . . and catching fish. All this country stuff. I just thought he was a weird dude.”

Cox laughed when recounting the ride. His recollection was similar – two players from diff…

Jason Kelce: NFL Is ‘Lying,’ ‘Misleading People’ About Ray Rice Case

Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce isn’t buying the NFL’s story regarding the Ray Rice video.
On Thursday, teammate Cary Williams criticized the league for its handling of the situation, as he questioned why TMZ was able to get its hands on the footage of Rice striking his wife in an elevator, but Roger Goodell could not. The next day, Kelce took Williams’ criticism one step further, blasting the NFL for “lying and misleading people” about the entire ordeal.
“If they would have just came out and said, ‘You know what we had a wrong — we made a wrong decision,” Kelce told the 94WIP Morning Show on Friday, per Pro Football Talk. “We should have suspended him for longer. This is something that we mishandled,’” Kelce told 94 WIP, “I would have had a lot more respect for the NFL than what they’re doing now, which seems like they are just backtracking and trying to save face in front of the fans and it’s clear as day, I think to me, they’re lying and misleading people.”
While Ke

Eagles center critcized the NFL for Ray Rice incident

Ray Rice has been the focal point of the NFL and Jason Kelce of the Eagles feel the NFL is lying. “If they would have just came out and said, ‘You know what we had a wrong—we made a wrong decision. We should have suspended him for longer. This is something that we mishandled,’” Kelce […]
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Philadelphia Eagles: Week 2 preview

Monday night’s matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles and Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium is sure to be a high-scoring affair.
The Eagles surrendered 17 points last week before scoring any points of their own, while the Colts fell behind 24-0. Both teams quickly rebounded, as the Eagles posted 34 and the Colts 24.
While both offenses are very capable of gaining points in bunches, the Eagles have a more versatile attack that should work in their favor.
OFFENSE:
The Colts can surrender multiple long passing plays, an area the Eagles can utilize with a healthy receiving core. Last week against the Colts, Julius Thomas completed a 35-yard completion, while Emmanuel Sanders had a reception totaling 40 yards for the Broncos.
Tight end Zach Ertz finished last week with 77 receiving yards and a TD.
Zach Ertz and Brent Celek should be poised to have significant combined numbers given the Colts’ difficulty covering the larger tight ends, as seen through Julius Thomas’ three TD receptions last week. Add t

Rewind: Philadelphia Eagles surprising Power Rankings spot, hot cheerleaders, more

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Can the Philadelphia Eagles cover with the 3 points in Indy?

Looking to make this weekend’s slate of NFL games a little more interesting? Heading to Vegas and hoping to make a legal wager (or two)? Or trying to get off to a hot start in the office pool?
I’m here to help. Below, you’ll find my picks against the spread for every game on the Week 2 NFL schedule, plus my explanation and rationale for each selection.
While I don’t duck any game, I obviously don’t feel as strongly about every match-up. So pay special attention to the Red-Letter Games; those are the ones I feel the best about.
To see the Week 2 picks for the 15 games left on the slate, CLICK HERE.
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McCoy finally addresses 20-cent tip he left at Philly burger joint

At long last while allowing the other side to state their case, Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy finally fired back, speaking publicly about the now-infamous $0.20 tip he left on a $61.56 tab at a Philly burger and booze joint on Monday. Talking with reporters, McCoy said that the measly 20-cent tip had everything […] The post LeSean McCoy finally weighs in on ’20-Cent Tipgate,’ insists he’d do it again appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.

Restaurant owner puts LeSean McCoy on blast, Charlie Sheen offers his assistance

The “LeSean McCoy Tipgate” saga seemingly has a longer hot topic shelf life than anticipated, and the predominant reason behind the story having such legs is how the owner of the restaurant where the Philadelphia Eagles running back left a terrible tip on Monday keeps perpetuating the cycle by making comments. Whether the poor tip […] The post Restaurant owner puts LeSean McCoy on blast, Charlie Sheen offers his assistance appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.