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Eagles head coach Chip Kelly spoke with the media on a wide variety of topics on Sunday morning. Here is the full transcript.
The veteran quarterback went seven of 10 against the Bears and lead his unit to two touchdowns on his first three drives.
CORTLAND, N.Y. -- Soon after the news broke that his son had suffered a broken collarbone on Monday in a practice with the Clemson football team, New York Jets coach Rex Ryan got a text message from one of his former players -- the first text he received after the injury. It came from Mark Sanchez, who was looking for Seth Ryan's cell number. It was a classy move by Sanchez, who was released by the New York Jets last March after five seasons in New York.
The ex-Jets quarterback wanted to personally reach out to Seth Ryan, who broke his collarbone during a practice at Clemson on Monday.
It’s been almost a year since the Snoopy Bowl debacle that cost Mark Sanchez last season, but Rex Ryan offered a new explanation Monday for why his former quarterback was in that preseason game in the first place.
Sanchez got hurt when the Jets played him behind an offensive line of backups in the fourth quarter of last year's preseason game against the Giants.
Trevor Pryce thinks Mark Sanchez will have a great year. Find out why.
Pat Kirwan discusses possible landing spots for free agent Mark Sanchez and Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson.
Former Jets special teams coach Mike Westhoff gives his opinion on the Jets cutting Mark Sanchez and signing Michael Vick.