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Bradley Fletcher

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  • Sent Packing: Eagles outclassed by Green Bay in hideous loss

    Sent Packing: Eagles outclassed by Green Bay in hideous loss
    — At least there's a lot more clarity for the Philadelphia Eagles now than there was heading into their Sunday matchup against the Green Bay Packers, the playoff pecking order in the NFC becoming more apparent by the second. For example, they know...
  • Packers defense dominates in 53-20 trouncing of Eagles

    Packers defense dominates in 53-20 trouncing of Eagles
    GREEN BAY - Quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdown passes and Green Bay scored three touchdowns on defense and special teams to bury the Philadelphia Eagles and backup quarterback Mark Sanchez, 53-20, Sunday at Lambeau Field. The Packers had...
  • Eagles' Barwin credits teammates for his success

    Eagles' Barwin credits teammates for his success
    It's not easy writing an article about Connor Barwin, because every time you ask him a question about himself, he ends up talking about somebody else. Ask him about his dominating, 3 ½-sack game last week against the Carolina Panthers and the Eagles...
  • Eagles' Sanchez: 'It was great to get back on the field'

    Eagles' Sanchez: 'It was great to get back on the field'
    PHILADELPHIA — Eight days ago, Mark Sanchez guided the Eagles to a road victory over the Texans in relief of the injured Nick Foles. On Monday Night Football, Sanchez made his first start at quarterback since Dec. 30, 2012, when he was a New...
  • Eagles bury Panthers under avalanche of takeaways and sacks

    Eagles bury Panthers under avalanche of takeaways and sacks
    Turns out the Carolina Panthers never had a chance against the Philadelphia Eagles in a rare NFL mismatch that unfolded at Lincoln Financial Field on Monday night. They trailed by three points less than 2 minutes in the game, by 10 points before 4...
  • Eagles lose Foles but defeat Texans

    — Even before the X-ray machine was fired up in the bowels of NRG Stadium, Mark Sanchez had the Philadelphia Eagles fired up on the field. The backup quarterback was thrust into his first action as an Eagle when starter Nick Foles was knocked...
  • In the spotlight: Nolan Carroll II

    In the spotlight: Nolan Carroll II
    Nolan Carroll has made such an impact playing a position foreign to him at the start of training camp that he deserves to get a shot in his comfort zone now. The veteran cornerback was signed as a free agent after spending his first four NFL seasons...
  • Eagles-Giants Postgame Notebook: Sure was a long time since last Eagles shutout

    The Eagles' PR staff releases a postgame notebook after every game. Always some interesting tidbits are revealed. I had no idea it had been so long since the Eagles registered a shutout. Here's a look at that and several other items: Eagles-Giants...
  • Patience a virtue for Eagles defensive coordinator Davis

    Patience a virtue for Eagles defensive coordinator Davis
    — Turns out the sky was never falling, which is what Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Billy Davis has been trying to tell everyone all along. Starting with last year's debacle at Denver, which was followed by a fulfilled promise of better...
  • Eagles need to be Giant killers on Sunday

    Eagles need to be Giant killers on Sunday
    — In a sense, Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly has been building toward moments like Sunday night's for almost two years. The New York Giants, who invade then, are just that: huge. They come at you offensively with 6-foot-2 receiver Reuben...
  • Five Eagles issues heading into Giants clash

    Five Eagles issues heading into Giants clash
    Is there a crack in the Eagles' foundation? You decide. Certainly it's open to interpretation, and arguments can be made either way. The feeling here, by the way, is no. But in examining the top five issues this team is facing as it prepares to host...