As free agency is set to get underway, Frank Gore has reportedly decided to sign with the Indianapolis Colts.
On Monday, there were reports that Frank Gore was getting cold feet in regards to his decision to sign with the Philadelphia Eagles when free agency opens up on Tuesday.
Over the weekend, it was reported that a deal between Frank Gore and the Philadelphia Eagles was all but assured.
Stephen A. Smith didn’t flat-out call Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly a racist, but he did question whether some of the Eagles recent high-profile roster moves were made with race in mind.
After ten seasons with the San Francisco 49ers, it appears that Frank Gore will commit to signing with the Philadelphia Eagles.
On Tuesday, the Buffalo Bills and Philadelphia Eagles pulled off one of the more shocking trades that the football world has seen over the last decade.
On Tuesday, the NFL received a jolt to its offseason when it was reported that the Philadelphia Eagles had traded franchise running back LeSean McCoy to the Buffalo Bills for linebacker Kiko Alonso.
This is far from the first time that we’ve seen an athlete or other celebrity take an ordinary guy or gal to prom but it never gets old. After receiving a curious request from Hannah Delmonte, Philadelphia Eagle linebacker Emmanuel Acho followed through like a pure gentleman. Delmonte initially asked if Acho would be her
Earlier this year, Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Emmanuel Acho received a request on his Instagram from Hannah Delmonte, asking if she could take him to her prom if she could get 2,000 retweets on Twitter.
The general rule of thumb when it comes to Twitter bets is that if you make one, don’t be surprised if you’re forced to pay up, even if it seems outlandish.
Fly Challenger, Fly! https://t.co/Ziru33TBsv — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) December 16, 2014 The Philadelphia Eagles were able to give people a literal bird’s-eye view of Lincoln Financial Field before Sunday’s Eagles-Cowboys game thanks to a bald eagle named Challenger.
This is Mike Sielski. He’s a sports columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer. Tonight, he thought it would be funny to compare the Eagles’ performance to a die-in.