We are at the point in the Eagles’ season when the words should come with a mournful musical accompaniment. Imagine a long, slow dirge as you read Zach Berman:
Three games remain, and even though mathematics suggests the most remote of possibilities remain, the players in the Eagles' locker room know this will be another year without a postseason berth. It's the third consecutive year that they'll pack their lockers on the day after Week 17, and the fifth time in six years.
"I'm tired of this [stuff]," said linebacker Mychal Kendricks, who has been with the Eagles since 2012.
Kendricks is not the only one.
With that, it’s on to Baltimore.
Jeff McLane writes about Malcolm Jenkins, and how he has backed up his early-season protests of the national anthem with actions to raise awareness.
Les Bowen writes about the depths to which the Eagles are reaching on their roster to get through this season, including running back Byron Marshall.
Bob Ford profiles the Eagles’ new long-snapper, who was working in his family’s sandwich and pizza shop in New Jersey last week.