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DEC 31 PICK-6 FOR 99

The Eagles offense has in the first quarter combined with the defense to put Philly up 14-3 over Arizona.

Safety Sydney Brown picked off Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray at the Eagles’ 1-yard-line on a deep-ball throw and then weaved and sprinted his way for a 99-yard touchdown.


This rookie is going to be a stud. pic.twitter.com/dquuM1cWEq— Eagles Fan Central (@EagleFanCentral) December 31, 2023

And it looked something like that!


You don’t see this too often: Two stars in the same game both being handed big-time fines by the NFL for tackling … even though both guys play on offense!

That’s what’s happened with Jalen Hurts and with Saquon Barkley, each of whom has just been fined for the way they tackle.

The incidents happened in last week’s Philadelphia Eagles win over the New York Giants. There was Hurts with what the league says is a horsecollar tackle at the end of his pick-6 interception …

pic.twitter.com/5vRxrIXX8L— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) December 30, 2023

And not to be outdone, here is Saquon earning what the league says is unneccessary roughness for his play.

Another big running back fine: The NFL docked #Giants star Saquon Barkley $21,855 for unnecessary roughness on this play last week. The league has been cracking down all season on players lowering their heads to initiate contact.

(https://t.co/jp1k87PUUC)— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) December 30, 2023

Barkley got fined $21,855. Hurts got fined $16,391.


The Philadelphia Eagles will have a chance to reclaim first place in the NFC East on Monday Night Football after the Dallas Cowboys lost 31-10 to the Buffalo Bills.

A win against the Seattle Seahawks would give the Eagles the No. 2 overall seed in the NFC behind the 11-3 San Francisco 49ers, who beat the Arizona Cardinals.

Kickoff between the Eagles and Seahawks is scheduled for 8:15 p.m. ET.


The Philadelphia Eagles have ruled out three players in advance of Monday night’s meeting with the Seattle Seahawks at Lumen Field following the final practice session of the week Saturday.

Cornerback Darius Slay (knee), guard Cam Jurgens (pectoral) and linebacker Zach Cunningham (knee) will all be out against Seattle. News broke Saturday that Slay underwent arthroscopic knee surgery this week, but is expected to return before the end of the regular season. Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts (illness) and defensive end Josh Sweat (personal) also sat out of Saturday’s practice but there’s been no indication that their status for Monday will be impacted. Here’s the full injury report:

Saturday injury report

pic.twitter.com/GAURQU0bTq— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) December 16, 2023


The Philadelphia Eagles found themselves down in a 10-0 hole in the first half of Sunday’s meeting with the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. The Eagles needed a spark, but were forced to punt after going three-and-out to begin the second quarter. At least so it seemed. Eagles punter Braden Mann sold it well, waiting until the last moment before pulling out of his punting motion and tossing a 28-yard pass to receiver Olamide Zaccheaus on 4th and 2. The Eagles weren’t able to reach the end zone on the extended possession, but still got a 52-yard field goal out of it to make it a one-possession game at 10-3.

Mann, who played three seasons with the New York Jets, went 1 of 2 passing for 17 yards during the 2022 season in East Rutherford. Take a look at the play:

Braden Mann getting it done 💪pic.twitter.com/X4LqzuMBfC— Eagles Nation (@PHLEaglesNation) December 11, 2023


The Dallas Cowboys are suddenly shorthanded as coach Mike McCarthy has just been scheduled for surgery on Wednesday to deal with acute appendicitis.

He is expected to be in and out of the hospital today. … but that still could have an impact on “Sunday Night Football” with the 10-2 Philadelphia Eagles going to DFW to take on the 9-3 Cowboys.

For now? The Dallas coordinators Dan Quinn, Brian Schottenheimer and John Fassel will step up to oversee practice in McCarthy’s absence.

DEC 3 BIG DOM The Philadelphia Eagles are looking for anything to give them a spark as they trail the San Francisco 49ers in the second half of Sunday’s meeting at Lincoln Financial Field. But who would’ve expected that to come from Eagles senior advisor of security Dom DiSandro? After 49ers linebacker Dre Greenlaw threw Eagles receiver DeVonta Smith to the ground on the Philly sideline, Greenlaw started talking to DiSandro and poked him near the eye while pointing at him. Both Greenlaw and DiSandro were ejectedTake a look:

Dre Greenlaw was called for a personal foul after this interaction with Eagles security staffer Dom DiSandro. Both were ejected from the game.pic.twitter.com/bRBFyg9BQz

— ESPN (@espn) December 3, 2023


The Philadelphia Eagles and Seattle Seahawks are still scheduled to meet at Lumen Field in Week 15. But instead of Sunday, the game will now be played on Monday Night Football, as the NFL announced Thursday that Seahawks-Eagles will replace Kansas City-New England.

It marks the first time ever that the NFL has flexed a Monday night game. ESPN’s Adam Schefter provided more details on X:”The first-ever Monday Night Football flex: the NFL is flexing Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce off of Monday Night Football in Week 15, replacing the Dec. 18 Chiefs at Patriots game with Eagles at Seahawks. Eagles now will have three consecutive standalone games from Weeks 14-16:

Week 14: at Dallas on SNF

Week 15: at Seattle on MNF

Week 16: Giants on Christmas Day.”


Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott is being honored by the league after his performance on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills.

Elliott kicked a game-tying 59-yard field goal in the rain with seconds to go in Sunday’s win against the Bills .

Elliott has made 90.5 percent of his field goal attempts so far this season.


Former Philadelphia Eagles first-round draft pick Derek Barnett was claimed off waivers by the Houston Texans on Monday, per multiple reports. Barnett was waived by the Eagles on Friday after spending his first six NFL seasons in Philly. He was the No. 14 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft and has a Super Bowl ring. Per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Texans tried to trade for Barnett prior to the deadline but were unable to strike a deal with Eagles general manager Howie Roseman. Barnett has played in 72 games while posting 150 total tackles, 21.5 sacks, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, and four blocked kicks. The Eagles host the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday at 4:25 p.m. ET.


Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Zach Cunningham was questionable to return to Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills due to a hamstring injury. However, the Eagles have now officially ruled him out for the remainder of the game.

The Eagles defense has had some trouble slowing down Josh Allen and the Bills offense, making the loss of Cunningham all the more worrisome moving forward The Eagles lead 28-24 late in the fourth quarter.


The Philadelphia Eagles have revealed their inactives for Sunday’s meeting with the Buffalo Bills at Lincoln Financial Field.

Eagles offensive tackle Lane Johnson is officially out due to a groin injury .

Here’s the full inactives list:

Eagles inactives@Eagles


After playing on Monday night, the Eagles did not practice on Wednesday. However, the team released an injury report estimation.

Here’s a look at what the estimation is …

DNP: Derek Barnett (personal), Grant Calcaterra (ankle), Justin Evans (knee), Dallas Goedert (forearm), Milton Williams (concussion)

LIMITED: A.J. Brown (thigh), Julio Jones (knee), D’Andre Swift (ankle), Quez Watkins (hamstring)


The Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs have revealed their inactives for Monday night’s big game at Arrowhead. Here’s who’s out for the Eagles:

– QB Tanner McKee

– RB Rashaad Penny

– DT Moro Ojomo

– OG Sua Opeta

– TE Dallas Goedert

– DE Derek Barnett


The Philadelphia Eagles announced Thursday that they’ve officially placed linebacker Nakobe Dean on IR due to his foot injury.

“Eagles LB Nakobe Dean has been diagnosed…

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