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Eagles attempt to trademark ‘Philly Special’

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The Philadelphia Eagles are attempting to trademark ‘Philly Special,’ according to ESPN’s Darren Rovell. This was the Eagles special play that they used in the Super Bowl when third-string tight end Trey Burton threw a touchdown to Nick Foles on a critical fourth-down play. 60 more words


Buy This Philadelphia Eagles Tailgating RV & Prove You're An Eagles Superfan

What if I told you the Eagles would win the Super Bowl and a couple days after the victory an Eagles fan would put a classic Eagles tailgating RV on the market for a reasonable price? 272 more words


“20 Things We’ll See in Sports in 2018” Update

Last month I gave predictions to 20 things we’ll see in sports this year.

Fifty full days into the new year and six of those things have already been decided. 1,101 more words

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Bill Polian Would Ask For Outrageous Return In Trade For Nick Foles

It’s probably a good thing Bill Polian no longer is managing an NFL team.

The Hall-of-Fame general manager started his Monday but unleashing a sizzling take on prospect Lamar Jackson, and then he went on ESPN’s “NFL Live” and dropped an insane idea on what he would ask for in a trade involving Super Bowl LII MVP Nick Foles. 142 more words

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This Reddit thread on the Eagles signing Nick Foles last offseason is hilarious in hindsight

With the NFL offseason starting up soon, here’s your yearly reminder to NOT overreact to any move your favorite team makes, courtesy of the NFL subreddit. 152 more words


Does Foles to Buffalo Work?

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – Philadelphia and Buffalo are not strangers when it comes to making trades. It is not too far fetched to believe that the Eagles would trade Nick Foles to the Buffalo Bills if the price were right. 880 more words

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Stephen A. Smith: Free Agents Wary Of Patriots After Malcolm Butler Benching

Stephen A. Smith has taken a small step backward before adding fuel to the fire.

The ESPN “First Take” host once again addressed Bill Belichick’s benching of Malcolm Butler in Super Bowl LII on Monday, calling it an act of “cruelty” and speculating potential free agents might think twice about joining the New England Patriots while their legendary head coach remains in place. 120 more words

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