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Supreme Life Gets 20 Years In Prison In Man's Stabbing Death In Street Fight Following Eagles' Super Bowl Win

MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. (CBS/AP) — A man convicted in the stabbing death of another man after a fight in New Jersey during celebrations over the Philadelphia Eagles’ Super Bowl win is now headed to prison. 118 more words

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Chris Long Reveals He Smoked 'Fair Share' Of Marijuana During Career, Says Players 'Get A Lot Of Pain Management' From It

PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — Former Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long opened up about his marijuana use during an interview on “The Dan Patrick Show” on Wednesday. 760 more words

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Chris Long admits to regular marijuana use during NFL career and explains how he beat tests

Chris Long knew how to beat the NFL’s faulty system for testing their players for recreational drugs. Now that he’s retired, Long hopes the league will turn a blind eye to the use of the drug. 367 more words

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Look Away, Patriots: Eagles' 'Philly Special' Trick Play In 'Madden 20'

Rival NFL fans will be able to torment the New England Patriots digitally in the coming years.

EA Sports game designer Anthony White confirmed Monday during his appearance on the “Eagle Eye in the Sky” podcast the Philadelphia Eagles’ “Philly Special” trick play will be available for use in “Madden 20.” 296 more words

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Eagles: Handing Malcolm Jenkins a New Contract is a No-Brainer

OTAs started yesterday for the Birds and there was one notable absence in the defensive secondary. Safety Malcolm Jenkins was a no-show for the first day of practices, and as reports have suggested, it’s likely because the pro bowl defensive back is seeking a new contract. 417 more words

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Eagles: 3 Options to Replace Chris Long

Now that Chris Long is officially retired, the Eagles have a hole to fill on their defensive line. If everyone plays up to their potential, the defensive front-7 is set. 878 more words

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‘I Feel Great’: Eagles’ Carson Wentz Talks About His Health After 1st Day Of OTAs

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Eagles began organized team activities Tuesday and head coach Doug Pederson had some good news prior to practice. There will be no “holding back” franchise quarterback Carson Wentz throughout OTAs. 436 more words

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