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Topic - Nick Foles
Asked if DeSean Jackson was a disruptive force in the Eagles' locker room, Nick Foles described the wide receiver as a "great teammate to me" and a "blast" to play with.
Mark Sanchez likes the team, the coach, the offense. He's with the Philadelphia Eagles now in what essentially was a swap with Michael Vick.
The Sanchez move comes as no surprise. He competed for the starting quarterback job with rookie Geno Smith last season in training camp, but the competition was cut short when Sanchez injured his right shoulder in a preseason game.
Two people familiar with the situation say Michael Vick and the Eagles haven't ruled out the quarterback returning to Philadelphia.
DeMarco Murray caught a 20-yard pass for a touchdown and Mike Tolbert plunged into the end zone for a 2-point conversion with less than 1 minute to give Jerry Rice a win over Deion Sanders in the first schoolyard-style Pro Bowl on Sunday.
Jerry Rice has fresh bragging rights on Deion Sanders nearly a decade after both players retired from the NFL.
Nick Foles was tremendous for the Eagles in 2014, but now he has lost Bill Lazor, Philly's QB coach. Will it impact Foles?
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Nick Foles led the NFL in passer rating, helped the Philadelphia Eagles win the NFC East title and had a sensational statistical year as a sophomore.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Drew Brees threw a 24-yard touchdown pass to Lance Moore, Mark Ingram ran in from the 4 and the New Orleans Saints took 20-14 lead over the Philadelphia Eagles after three quarters in an NFC wild-card playoff game Saturday night.
Ten years after Drew Brees led Westlake High School to the Texas state championship, Nick Foles came along and broke many of his passing records but couldn't deliver another title for the Austin-based school.
Nick Foles threw two touchdown passes, NFL rushing champion LeSean McCoy had 131 yards and a receiving score and the Eagles beat the Cowboys 24-22 in a win-or-go-home game for the NFC East title Sunday night.
Both teams were 3-3 when Dallas came to Philadelphia, shut down Chip Kelly's high-flying offense and knocked Foles out of the game with a concussion at the end of the third quarter. Foles was 11 of 29 for 80 yards in the 17-3 loss, a dismal performance in only his second start after replacing an injured Michael Vick.
Nick Foles has a new nickname that's appropriate this time of year: Saint Nick.
Mike Shanahan thinks the Redskins could end up getting a first-round pick for Kirk Cousins. There is mixed opinion on whether or not that's possible.
With Nick Foles leading the way, the Philadelphia Eagles have charged into the playoff picture.
"You know, it's surprising," Foles said. "But at the same time, you learn that it's a business. It's a tough business, at times. We develop a lot of friendships on a team and I've had many of my close teammates let go. It's very tough, but at the same time, you know it's a part of the game, part of the business."
In his first public comments on the matter, Foles also said he was surprised by the Eagles' decision to release the 27-year-old wide receiver, who posted career highs in catches and receiving yards last season en route to a third Pro Bowl bid.