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Eagles left tackle Jason Peters ruptured the Achilles tendon in his right leg on Tuesday, and surgery is required.
Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, as his last name suggests, is going to blitz the opposing offense.
With a must-win game looming in Washington on Sunday, the Eagles are facing a potential offensive line shortage.
Humbled by an awful start, the Philadelphia Eagles are ready to bury that "Dream Team" label.
Ben Roethlisberger and Andre Johnson are uncertainties for next week's games after sustaining injuries Sunday.
Eagles left tackle Jason Peters suffered an ankle injury in practice Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game with the Atlanta Falcons.
Protecting Michael Vick is such a concern for the Philadelphia Eagles, they've overhauled their offensive line.
Philadelphia Eagles tackle Jason Peters is free on $628 bond after being arrested in Shreveport., La., for violating the city's loud music ordinance and resisting arrest.
If Barack Obama wants to show the love to his favorite sport, he should emulate Teddy Roosevelt, who saved college football a century ago by encouraging the roughnecks to brawl somewhere else. Big-time college sports have become a joke.
Michael Vick's sensational comeback season made a big impression throughout the NFL, not just in Philadelphia.
Barring any unforeseen setbacks, Philadelphia quarterback Michael Vick, who missed the last three games with cartilage damage in his rib cage, is expected back and will start against the Colts on Nov. 7, Eagles coach Andy Reid said on Monday.
Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid said Wednesday that Kevin Kolb will be his starting quarterback for Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans.
Georgia Tech wants Heisman Trophy voters to know quarterback Joshua Nesbitt is the most interesting player in college football.
"Dream Team. From Nnamdi and Cromartie, and from Jason to myself, I know they're going to do some more things," he said. "It's beautiful to see where we're trying to go. I'm all for it."
"He deserves it," said defensive end Jason Peters of the Heisman campaign. "He's a great quarterback and works extremely hard. I hope he has a really good chance to do his thing and show what he can do."