Backup question: If Carson Wentz goes down, can Nate Sudfeld step up?

The Eagles are being touted as a Super Bowl contender, mainly because of their ultra-talented quarterback, Carson Wentz. But what if Wentz gets hurt again? With Nick Foles gone, is inexperienced backup Nate Sudfeld capable of picking up the slack?

How Miles Sanders escaped Saquon Barkley’s shadow at Penn State to end up with the Eagles

Sanders's time at Penn State didn't go exactly as he and his family had envisioned, but that's in the past as he competes for NFL snaps.

How Miles Sanders escaped Saquon Barkley’s shadow at Penn State to end up with the Eagles

Sanders's time at Penn State didn't go exactly as he and his family had envisioned, but that's in the past as he competes for NFL snaps.

Taking stock of the Eagles as training camp draws nigh: Lots of talent, and some injury questions

The Eagles will take the field Thursday at NovaCare as one of the NFC's top teams, on paper.

Taking stock of the Eagles as training camp draws nigh: Lots of talent, and some injury questions

The Eagles will take the field Thursday at NovaCare as one of the NFC's top teams, on paper.

Eagles, Darren Sproles agree to one-year contract for next season

A deep running back group is getting even deeper with the return of a veteran known for helping younger players.

Eagles, Darren Sproles agree to one-year contract for next season

A deep running back group is getting even deeper with the return of a veteran known for helping younger players.
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Eagles rookie Miles Sanders has broken the mold from a young age

The running back’s mother, Marlene, made sure her son took advantage of the prodigious talent he had from a young age.

Donovan McNabb, Fran Dunphy headline 2019 Philly Sports Hall of Fame class

Other inductees include Troy Vincent, Rasheed Wallace, Mike Scioscia, Suzy Kolber, and Jayson Stark.

Hey, Eagles training camp is next week | Early Birds

Here's what we're thinking about leading into training camp.

Former Eagle Chris Maragos retires from football

Maragos spent last season on the PUP list.

Chris Long and Eagles’ Malcolm Jenkins help Clean Slate Act become law

The two NFL players, along with the Players Coalition, have worked for years toward offering opportunities to those convicted of lesser and nonviolent crimes.

NBC10 will air all four Eagles preseason games, but there's a new voice in the booth

We’re still 24 days away from the Eagles first preseason game, but one broadcaster is already trying to contain his excitement.

Eagles are the highest-rated team on Madden, but Carson Wentz draws low score

While the Eagles were the highest-rated team in the game, Carson Wentz's rating went down four points compared to last year.

At a Paulsboro camp, three women in football span generations

From NFL coach Lori Locust to 14-year-old Jenica Zanes, a love of football is shared on a summer day in New Jersey.

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Can Vinny Curry be as big a bargain for the Eagles as Chris Long? | Marcus Hayes

At just $2.25 million, if Howie Roseman's favorite can produce like Howie Long's kid then the Eagles will have made a steal.

Zach Ertz appears in bizarre World Cup artwork, Philly sports talker rips apartment on Yelp

Why are the casts of “Modern Family,” “Friends,” and “Stranger Things” in the image while U.S. women’s soccer coach Jill Ellis didn’t make the cut?

The Fanatic forced to turn to Stephen A. Smith; radio host out after Andy Reid comments

The station was forced to turn to an ESPN feed after a fire drill forced employees out of their Bala Cynwyd office.

Radio host faces backlash after invoking death of Andy Reid’s son

“To speak about another man’s child is out of bounds,” said ESPN's Louis Reddick, a former Eagles scout and executive.

Chris Long has some fun at Cam Newton’s expense following viral airplane video

It all started because an airplane passenger said “no” to the Carolina Panthers quarterback.

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