The Philadelphia Eagles surprising season came to a screeching halt Saturday night against the New Orleans Saints. So deal with the drool as best you can and consider these five questions regarding your Philadelphia Eagles.
There's no better feeling than winning with a group of men that you consider to be your brothers, who will take time out of their busy schedules so that we can bond and keep gelling to make this run. One day, one week, one game at a time...
Direct donations to food assistance organizations have luckily increased. Entrepreneurs, food activists and everyday folks have stepped up with new, fun and creative ways for people to give. Out are the days of old cardboard donation boxes.
With God's help, Vick is turning his life around. Four years and counting, he is moving steadily forward. Rather than pointing to the past, wouldn't we all be better served to be cheering him on?
The rivalry makes no sense. A dramatic win for one franchise tends to signal a coming of awesomeness for the other.
Many of us love sports. So, with the attention on women's leadership and advancement, I thought I'd focus on how this issue plays out in the traditionally male-dominated sport industry.
In a sign of ultimate causticness, it was one of Reid's old nemeses, clock management, that put Eagle-sized eggs on Chip Kelly's face.
Kelly and his offensive staff need to find a way to protect their players, or they might not have many left by the end of the season.
I recently sat down with Terrell Owens, eight years after our 2005 interview that resulted in his suspension from the Philadelphia Eagles.
When the defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens take on Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos on Sept. 5th, it will mark 214 days since the last pro football game.
The anointing of Vick shouldn't come as too big of a shocker for anyone who has studied The Chippah for more than, well, six minutes. The man loves options.
The dimpled miscreant was suspended from day care when, asked to sing a song for the class, the child violated a dearly-held nursery-school standard by mumbling a song, sing-songily, perhaps the only song he knows by heart, the official song of his family's favorite football squad, their (and my own) Philadelphia Eagles.
The NFL wants to show the world that racial bigotry will not be tolerated, and should you use racially charged language, we will destroy your career. They also just want it to go away. If this is the direction they choose it will be pretty sad, not only for Riley Cooper, but for the Eagles, the NFL and this country.
"The Riley Cooper affair" provides a pivotal opportunity for the National Football League to take the lead on this issue by getting its own house in order.
by Marquis Lockett Death is the only word that could explain the looks on their faces. I wanted to...
The top movers and shakers of the corporate sustainability world recently gathered at Fortune Brainstorm Green to examine, analyze and summarize the success of green B to B, and the simultaneous failure of green B to C commerce.