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  • In rare interview, Redskins owner Daniel Snyder feels 'excited' about team's future

    In rare interview, Redskins owner Daniel Snyder feels 'excited' about team's future
    ORLANDO, Fla. — Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder expressed excitement about his team's new chapter and said first-year coach Jay Gruden already has impressed him with his knowledge and work ethic. Snyder, who consented to a brief...
  • Just how many teams does Jerry Jones think NFL will add to playoffs?

    Just how many teams does Jerry Jones think NFL will add to playoffs?
    Playoff expansion is set to be a topic of conversation at the NFL owners' spring league meeting this week, and there's at least one head honcho who is in support of the notion. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is telling reporters it goes without saying...
  • Eagles honor cheerleader-turned-soldier on her return from Afghanistan

    As a Philadelphia Eagles cheerleader from 2007 through 2010, Rachel Washburn spent a lot of time on the sidelines at Lincoln Financial Field during NFL games. On Sunday night, three years after leaving the squad to join the Army, 1st Lt. Washburn came...
  • Eagles' LeSean McCoy entertains kids at W&M pro camp

    Eagles' LeSean McCoy entertains kids at W&M pro camp
    WILLIAMSBURG — With just five weeks until he reports to Philadelphia Eagles training camp, two-time Pro Bowl running back LeSean McCoy stepped on the football field Sunday evening. But last year's reigning rushing leader was dishing out the passes...
  • NFL Sunday Night Football schedule 2013 on NBC

     
    NFL Sunday Night Football schedule 2013 on NBC: Season kicks off Thursday, Sept. 5, with Baltimore at Denver on NBC. The first Sunday Night game on NBC is Sept. 8 with the N.Y. Giants at Dallas. Full NBC Sunday Night Football schedule below. ALSO SEE:...
  • Some Eagles-Cowboys and other NFL trends to consider entering another big Sunday

     
    The Eagles are a three-point favorite over the Cowboys on Sunday in the battle of 3-3 teams hoping to take over first place in the NFC East. But the Eagles haven't been very successful at home. In fact, they haven't been successful at the Linc at all...
  • Not a Banner year for Browns

     
    What will Joe Banner do next? The former Eagles president is now also the former Cleveland Browns CEO, thanks to owner Jimmy Haslam's borderline psychotic decision to clean house a little more than a year after he hired Banner and......
  • Monday Morning Quarterback: Off week comes at exact right time

     
    Having next week off -- there are no "byes" in the NFL except in the playoffs -- is crucial for the Eagles, whose schedule has proved to be a Godsend. Even though they've won their last three games to establish......
  • Monday Morning Quarterback: Eagles officially the league's hottest team

     
    Five wins in a row officially makes the Eagles the hottest team in the NFL. That honor previously belonged to Carolina, which had won eight straight before getting destroyed by New Orleans last night. This brings us to Question 1......
  • Speaking of sports

     
    I'm on vacation this week so I'll just throw out a few topics to see it anyone wants to add to them. 1. I don't like the 8-6 NFC North leading Bears chances to make the playoffs. They finish out......
  • The Eagles' LeSean McCoy will be one of 13 players to join Carrie Underwood on NBC theme song

     
    There will be a new look and new voice to open up every Sunday Night Football game on NBC this season. One of the new players to be featured with Carrie Underwood in the opening will be the Eagles' LeSean McCoy. That's a surprise since the Eagles, usually...