Jeffrey Lurie gets married
Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie married Philadelphia resident Tina Lai in a private ceremony this weekend. Lurie, 61, announced last July that he and Christina Weiss Lurie were getting divorced after 20 years of marriage.
Brown brothers follow dream to play together in NFL
Baltimore Ravens rookie linebacker Arthur Brown Jr. is a punishing hitter with running back closing speed. Just ask younger brother, Bryce. The second-year Philadelphia Eagles backup tailback learned that lesson the hard way when they were playing Pop Warner football against each other back home in Wichita, Kansas.
Zach Ertz: Analyzing Why He Will Succeed With the Philadelphia Eagles
Last season, Harbaugh drafted Oregon’s stud running back LaMichael James in the second round. James had absolutely blown through Harbaugh’s Cardinal defense in 2010, posting 257 yards and three scores. No one understands the damage James can do more than Harbaugh. Kelly’s selection of Zach Ertz must have had the same type of motivation behind it. Kelly had to gameplan against the former Cardinal star numerous times. Last season, Ertz greatly hurt Oregon’s defense, racking up 106 yards and a late touchdown to send the game into overtime.
My Sunday Best: Undrafted Players | National Football Post
RB— Miguel Maysonnet, Eagles. This was a highly productive small school player who needs to prove he can make a step up against better competition. Ray Graham signing with the Texans also was a nice pickup, as was Michael Ford with the Bears. WR—Russell Shepard, Eagles. He may not be a special talent, but Shepard knows how to get open and catch. He is capable of carving out a role.
Eckel: Nick Foles is not a shoo-in to make the Philadelphia Eagles roster | NJ.com
Nobody, except Chip Kelly, knows what the Eagles offense will look like when the regular season opens in Washington, Sept. 9. And nobody, and that might even include Kelly, knows who the starting quarterback will be that night against the Redskins.