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The Eagles Have Answers

PHOENIX — Lunch was served just before noon at the annual NFL meetings Tuesday.

Lunch’s name was Jeffrey Lurie.

Under a scalding sun on a cloudless 87-degree day, Lurie, the owner of the Philadelphia Eagles, stood for a mostly withering 40-minute cross-examination about the news explosion made by his team since season’s end, encircled outside the cushy Arizona Biltmore hotel by a mostly Philadelphia-area contingent of 34 reporters and eight minicams and a few cellphone videographers. 2,263 more words

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Jeffrey Lurie: 'My Call' On GM Change, We Did Not Have Players To Maximize Chip Kelly

By Andrew Porter

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie spoke publicly for the first time on Tuesday at the NFL owners meetings, since the franchise’s front-office overhaul. 402 more words

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Eagles unsure of how Riley Cooper was elected team representative to NAACP

Philadelphia, PA – The Eagles were stunned to learn Thursday evening that Riley Cooper was somehow elected to be the team’s representative to the local NAACP Philadelphia chapter. 213 more words


Sports Beyond Measure Podcast: Can Fans Hold Owners Accountable?

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — On Episode 18 of the Sports Beyond Measure Podcast, Vince Quinn, Ray Boyd and Eric “Turtle” Golden discussed the likelihood of fans having a tangible impact on the way that owners run their teams. 355 more words

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To Be the Man in Charge ...

Two months away from NFL player movement, the business of football now shines a spotlight on the coaches. In these weeks immediately following the regular season, they’re being fired, opting out, getting hired and forcing organizational changes. 1,126 more words

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Chip Kelly Unhappy with Howie Roseman - Prefers Howie Poinsettiawoman

With ten fingers to point, coach Chip Kelly’s two middle ones are aimed at Eagles’ general manager Howie Roseman. Kelly is very upset with how the season ended… 226 more words


Will Chip Kelly’s Power Play Backfire?

By Joseph Santoliquito

PHILADELPHIA, PA (CBS) — When the Eagles made the announcement on Dec. 31 that they were parting ways with Tom Gamble, Vice President of Player Personnel, it sent a shockwave through the NFL and the Eagles’ fanbase. 1,571 more words

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