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  • Eagles hire Ryan Day as quarterbacks coach

    Eagles hire Ryan Day as quarterbacks coach
    If Nick Foles returns, as expected, to be the Philadelphia Eagles' starting quarterback next season, he will be working with his fourth position coach in as many years. The Eagles on Thursday hired Boston College offensive coordinator Ryan Day to take...
  • Bill Belichick: Love Him Or Hate Him, No Denying His Place Among All-Time Greats

    Bill Belichick: Love Him Or Hate Him, No Denying His Place Among All-Time Greats
    Eight nights before he coached in his sixth Super Bowl, Bill Belichick was a punchline. Embroiled in an NFL investigation into allegations that his team used underinflated footballs in an AFC Championship Game victory, Belichick has become fodder for...
  • Who did the best coaching jobs of the season?

    Who did the best coaching jobs of the season?
    Bart Starr and Vince Lombardi. Terry Bradshaw and Chuck Noll. Joe Montana and Bill Walsh. Great quarterbacks make great coaches. Or maybe it's the other way around. Regardless, stroll through the busts in Canton and, with few exceptions, the NFL's...
  • Cowboys, Eagles, 'Fascinating People': this weekend

    NBC's "Sunday Night Football" should clean up in the ratings this weekend. The Dallas Cowboys visit the Philadelphia Eagles in a battle for first in the NFC East, and both teams have 9-4 records. Coverage starts at 7 p.m. Other weekend highlights: ABC...
  • Giants roll to 45-14 win over Redskins; Parkland grad Williams scores first NFL touchdown

    By David Elfin, The Sports Xchange LANDOVER, Md. — It was the Eli Manning-to-Larry Donnell show Thursday night. New York's veteran quarterback connected with his new starting tight end for three touchdowns in the first half as the Giants whipped...
  • Ray Rice, wife and lawyer to meet with NFL, NFLPA investigators, sources say

    Ray Rice, wife and lawyer to meet with NFL, NFLPA investigators, sources say
    INDIANAPOLIS -- Former Ravens running back Ray Rice, his wife, Janay, and his defense attorney, Michael Diamondstein, will meet with both NFL investigator Robert Mueller III and NFL Players Association investigator Richard Craig Smith, according to...
  • If you're a Giants football fan, you probably want to listen to ESPN radio of LV on Sunday night

    If you're a Giants football fan, you probably want to listen to ESPN radio of LV on Sunday night
    Cat Country-96 and WIP will as usual have the Eagles' broadcast network doing the Eagles against the Giants on Sunday night. But if you're looking for a different take, ESPN radio of the Lehigh Valley (AM-1230, 1320) will have the Giants broadcast of...
  • Clark angry Redskins portrayed as 'happy' with losing

    ASHBURN, Va. -- Washington Redskins safety Ryan Clark apparently takes issue with reports that his team was lax after Monday's loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Ironically, Clark himself was aggravated by the lack of effort in a 45-14 loss to the visiting...
  • 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...
  • Eagles QB Nick Foles trying not to fill his head with 'clutter'

    Eagles QB Nick Foles trying not to fill his head with 'clutter'
    Hardly anybody expected Nick Foles to play like he did last season and hardly anybody expected him to play like he has this season. Now, Philadelphia Eagles fans don't know what to expect from Foles, and that includes whether he'll be their quarterback of...
  • Old roommates to face off in Chargers-Raiders game

    Old roommates to face off in Chargers-Raiders game
    Down to their fourth tailback, the San Diego Chargers should have pylons and flashing signs surrounding their running game under repair. It's only fitting, then, that rookie Branden Oliver should step into the fray, a guy who wore a hard hat in college....