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After the Super Bowl, a Big Couple of Firsts for the NFL

League will hold its first game in South America in September, with Eagles playing in Brazil

(Newser) - It's off to Sin City for the Super Bowl, then the Land of Drizzle for the first week of the NFL's next season. Fox News reports that the Philadelphia Eagles are heading to Brazil for a Week 1 game, against a still-to-be-announced competitor, the league's first game...

NFL Player Ejected After Scuffle—Not With a Player

49ers' Dre Greenlaw got into a tiff with Eagles' security chief Dom DiSandro

(Newser) - A player getting ejected for a scuffle isn't all that unusual in the NFL. But one such ejection on Sunday had an unusual twist: the player scuffled with a non-player on the opposing team's sideline. As NBC Sports explains, it happened after Dre Greenlaw of the San Francisco...

Bills Player on Shoving Fan: 'Emotions Boiled Over'

Pass rusher Shaq Lawson offers apology after scuffle with fan he says taunted players' families

(Newser) - Buffalo Bills pass rusher Shaq Lawson apologized Monday for shoving a Philadelphia Eagles fan behind the team's bench after alleging the person was making threatening remarks about players and their families. Lawson posted his apology on his Instagram account a day after a video showed him and five defensive...

Taylor Swift Isn't Only One in the Relationship With a No. 1 Song

Turns out boyfriend Travis Kelce can also carry a tune, as heard on Christmas tune with brother Jason

(Newser) - Watch out, Taylor Swift— your new man can apparently sing. The BBC reports that a Christmas song recorded by Travis Kelce, tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs, along with his older brother, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce, shot to the No. 1 spot on Apple's iTunes, just hours...

NFL Player Slams Racist Messages: 'This Is Sick'

Minnesota Vikings RB Alexander Mattison was hit with 'disgusting' comments after loss to Eagles

(Newser) - The Minnesota Vikings didn't have a great game Thursday against the Philadelphia Eagles, losing to the East Coast team 34-28, but the night proved even worse for Vikings running back Alexander Mattison, a Black player who says he received a series of racist messages and other disturbing comments after...

Eagles' QB Has a Different Reason to Celebrate
This Guy Is Having
a Bonkers 2023

This Guy Is Having a Bonkers 2023

Eagles' QB Jalen Hurts played in Super Bowl, got a mind-boggling contract, and his master's degree

(Newser) - OK, so you might think you've done a little something with your 2023 thus far. But Jalen Hurts, quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles, took his team to the Super Bowl in February (mind you, they barely lost, but lose they did ), signed a five-year, $255 million contract extension...

He's Making the Biggest Annual Salary in NFL History

Philadelphia Eagles sign QB Jalen Hurts to $255M deal over 5 years

(Newser) - Quarterback Jalen Hurts just barely missed winning a Super Bowl ring earlier this year, but his Philadelphia Eagles just provided a nice consolation. The team agreed to a five-year deal worth $255 million that equates to the highest annual salary in NFL history, reports USA Today . Of that money, about...

Why Many Fans Believe One 'Bad Call' Decided the Super Bowl

Critics say holding call on the Eagles shouldn't have been made in this case

(Newser) - The Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles were tied 35-35, and on a 3rd-and-8 at the Eagles' 15-yard line in the final two minutes of the Super Bowl, a fateful penalty call may have essentially decided the game in favor of the Chiefs . Sportscaster Greg Olsen immediately called out...

Kansas City Chiefs Win Thriller on Mahomes' Heroics
Kansas City Chiefs Win
Thriller on Mahomes' Heroics
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Kansas City Chiefs Win Thriller on Mahomes' Heroics

KC defeats the Philadelphia Eagles, 38-35

(Newser) - Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs are the winners of Super Bowl 57. Mahomes—hobbling around on a hurt ankle—led the Chiefs downfield for the winning drive that was capped by Harrison Butker’s 27-yard field goal with 8 seconds left, sealing a 38-35 victory, per the AP...

Eagles Player Indicted 11 Days Before Super Bowl

Josh Sills faces rape, kidnapping charges in Ohio

(Newser) - With 11 days to go until the Super Bowl, a Philadelphia Eagles player has been indicted on rape and kidnapping charges in Ohio. Offensive lineman Josh Sills, a rookie who has only played in one regular season game for the Eagles, was indicted on two felony counts related to an...

New York Fans Slam Landmark's 'Traitorous' Green Lights

Empire State Building was lit for Philly Eagles' NFC championship win; Giants, Jets fans were miffed

(Newser) - The Empire State Building is known to take on different colors to celebrate or commemorate special occasions, and on Sunday night, New York City's most famous landmark was "aglow in Eagles' green," per CBS Philly . That's because the Philadelphia Eagles creamed the San Francisco 49ers 31-7...

For 2nd Straight Year, 49ers Are a Win Away From Super Bowl

They'll play Philadelphia Eagles in NFC championship game Sunday

(Newser) - Christian McCaffrey scored on a go-ahead 2-yard run in the fourth quarter and San Francisco's defense did the rest, sending the 49ers to their second straight NFC title game with a 19-12 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, the AP reports. The 49ers (15-4) used back-to-back long scoring...

Eagles Put Out a Xmas Album. No, the Other Eagles

Philadelphia players' record is a hot seller

(Newser) - The burly, bearded men belting out holiday classics have an usual day job: playing football for the Philadelphia Eagles, perhaps the NFL's most dominant team this season. Lane Johnson, Jason Kelce, and Jordan Mailata—with a little assist from some melodic teammates—have put out a Christmas album, A ...

As Eagles QB Headed Off the Field, Unexpected Chaos

Fans fall after railing gives way at FedExField, but no one is seriously hurt

(Newser) - The Eagles fans have landed, quite literally. More specifically, a railing collapsed and they spilled onto the ground after their team won against the Washington Football Team at Maryland's FedExField on Sunday. The incident occurred just as Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts was heading off the field, reports the Washington ...

Watching Football With Mannings a Hit for ESPN

Super Bowl champ brothers drew almost 2M viewers

(Newser) - Some football fans need complete silence to enjoy the game. But for the people who think spending Sunday on the couch with friends and family hollering at the TV is perfect, the Manning brothers on ESPN2 was a delight. Peyton and Eli Manning, both two-time Super Bowl champions, watched the...

How Tough Are Philly Fans? Fake Crowd Noise Is a Sign

When QB Carson Wentz threw interceptions, he exited field to boos on TV audio

(Newser) - When Philadelphia Eagles QB Carson Wentz threw two interceptions on Sunday, TV viewers heard a chorus of boos rain down from the hometown fans as he walked to the sidelines both times. That part isn't unusual because Philly fans are notoriously tough, even on their own players. The weird...

Eagles Star Sorry for Anti-Semitic 'Hitler Quote'

'I really didn’t realize what this passage was saying,' DeSean Jackson says

(Newser) - Eagles star DeSean Jackson has apologized for sharing a deeply anti-Semitic quote that he thought was from Adolf Hitler. In an Instagram post Monday, the wide receiver posted a photo of highlighted text "detailing a conspiracy theory about a Jewish plot to oppress African Americans," as NBC News...

The Mad Eagles Fan Who Went Viral? He's a Penn Dean

Eric Furda was shown on TV yelling in anger during Sunday's game

(Newser) - Philadelphia sports fans are known to be pretty ruthless at times, and an angry Eagles fan shown on screen for a few seconds during Sunday's broadcast of the Birds' loss to the Detroit Lions was certainly no exception—and after the clip went viral, some were surprised to find...

Amid Trump Drama, Fox News Apologizes Over Eagles Photos

Fox showed 'unrelated' pictures of Eagles kneeling; players were praying

(Newser) - During a segment Monday night about President Trump canceling the Philadelphia Eagles' appearance at the White House that had been planned for Tuesday, Fox News showed images of the football team's players kneeling in the background of Shannon Bream's narration. Bream noted that Trump said the cancellation was...

Trump: Super Bowl Champs Disinvited to White House

He calls off Eagles visit, cites anthem issue after fewer than 10 players agree to come

(Newser) - This year's Super Bowl champs will not be visiting the White House as planned on Tuesday—and President Trump says it is because of the NFL national anthem controversy. "The Philadelphia Eagles Football Team was invited to the White House," Trump tweeted on Monday. "Unfortunately, only...

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