It appears as though the Philadelphia Daily News has been waiting for the Eagles to sign Tim Tebow for years and their sports department wasn’t missing a golden opportunity for a witty headline.
Some players end up returning to their first team later in their career, the same team that either traded or released them. It doesn’t appear LeSean McCoy will be one of the players, at least as long as Chip Kelly is in Philadelphia.
The dust finally appears to be settling from the shocking LeSean McCoy trade and subsequent insane free agency frenzy but that doesn’t mean there won’t be some interesting remarks on the feisty NFL offseason.
Earlier today, planets were shaken and universes were realigned when Adam Schefter tweeted that the Philadelphia Eagles were working out Tim Tebow.
Did you miss Tebowmania? Are you ready for more incessant #TebowTime coverage? No? Well, THAT’S TOO DAMN BAD.
DeMarco Murray was in Dallas to watch UFC 185 on Saturday night. For reasons that are still unclear, the Jumbotron chose to highlight the fact that DeMarco was in the crowd by flashing his face on the screen.
As it was expected, DeMarco Murray signed with the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday. Fans from both teams were quick to update their jerseys to reflect the change.
On Thursday, former Cowboy DeMarco Murray officially signed with the Philadelphia Eagles.
On Tuesday, the Philadelphia Eagles made a rather questionable decision when they traded Nick Foles to the St. Louis Rams for Sam Bradford.
Malcolm Jenkins is not a fan of the Dallas Cowboys but he would love to lure (potentially) former Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray to his team, the Philadelphia Eagles. During a chaotic day for NFL transactions, one in which Twitter BLEW up and amid the constant wave of Murray rumors, Jenkins took to Twitter to
The St. Louis Rams and Philadelphia Eagles are reportedly “close” to trading Sam Bradford for Nick Foles and some draft picks.
As free agency is set to get underway, Frank Gore has reportedly decided to sign with the Indianapolis Colts.