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Darren Sproles has a statistical goal he’s targeting in the final year of his career

Darren Sproles has a statistical goal he’s targeting in the final year of his career

One last ride for Mighty Mouse. In a post titled “One More Year” written on his online platform, Philadelphia Eagles running back Darren Sproles confirmed the 2018 season will be his last in the NFL. This “news” hardly comes as a surprise. Sproles was originally set to retire after the 2017 season. The equation changed, of course, when Sproles suffered a season-ending injury in Week 3. Sproles didn’t want to go out that way. And who could blame him? The 35-year-old has a prime opportunity to contribute to a defending Super Bowl team that could realistically make a back-to-back...
Philadelphians blocked off a section of South Street to rewatch the Eagles win the Super Bowl

Philadelphians blocked off a section of South Street to rewatch the Eagles win the Super Bowl

Peak Philly. A large number of sports fans gathered on a blocked off section of South Street in Philadelphia yesterday, Sunday, July 16 to watch the 2018 World Cup final between France and Croatia. South street full of fans watching the World Cup. @NBCPhiladelphia pic.twitter.com/po1mzGVW3e— Photojournalist (@dcheston88) July 15, 2018 But the viewing party didn’t end there. After France won the game by a final score of 4-2, Philadelphians started watching a different kind of football. The American kind. Because what better way to spend a random hot Sunday in July on the streets of...
The Linc - Nick Foles says going back to the bench is ‘gonna test who I am’

The Linc - Nick Foles says going back to the bench is ‘gonna test who I am’

Philadelphia Eagles news and links for 7/16/18. Let’s get to the Philadelphia Eagles links ... Aaron Rodgers Isn’t Scared: Of Aging, New Contracts or Sharks (Anymore) - Peter King’s Football Morning In America“I sort of look at it as this,” Foles said, his car taking him up the West Side Highway in Manhattan to a book-signing in New Jersey. “The good Lord’s equipped me to handle this situation. Are there gonna be moments where it’s tough because I’m a competitor? Yes. But that’s where I have to lean on my faith. There’s a lot of great growth that goes on with it....

Doug Pederson's life changed after the Super Bowl, but he feels he hasn't: 'I know what it took for me to get here'

Eagles coach Doug Pederson discusses his new life as a Super Bowl champion, guarding against ego in the locker room and how he doesn't want his success to define him.

Is Ben McAdoo right about the Eagles' inability to handle success? He might be | Marcus Hayes

Maybe it was a shot at an upstart team's unexpected excellence, but the man who guided the last two Giants' disasters made a good point, even if it was unintentional.