Philadelphia Eagles

Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field | Coach: Doug Pederson
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense7th132.2 (4th)233.6 (12th)
Defense4th79.2 (2nd)227.3 (17th)

Last Game

Sun, February 4
U.S. Bank Stadium
Philadelphia Eagles
New England Patriots

Game Leaders

Passing: N. Foles (28-43, 373)
Rushing: L. Blount (14-90)
Receiving: C. Clement (4-100)

Passing: T. Brady (28-48, 505)
Rushing: J. White (7-45)
Receiving: D. Amendola (8-152)


Thu Aug 10
L 9 - 24@GB
Thu Aug 17
W 20 - 16BUF
Thu Aug 24
W 38 - 31MIA
Thu Aug 31
L 10 - 16@NYJ
Sun Sep 10
W 30 - 17@WAS
Sun Sep 17
L 20 - 27@KC
Sun Sep 24
W 27 - 24NYG
Sun Oct 1
W 26 - 24@LAC
Sun Oct 8
W 34 - 7ARI
Thu Oct 12
W 28 - 23@CAR
Mon Oct 23
W 34 - 24WAS
Sun Oct 29
W 33 - 10SF
Sun Nov 5
W 51 - 23DEN
Sun Nov 19
W 37 - 9@DAL
Sun Nov 26
W 31 - 3CHI
Sun Dec 3
L 10 - 24@SEA
Sun Dec 10
W 43 - 35@LAR
Sun Dec 17
W 34 - 29@NYG
Mon Dec 25
W 19 - 10OAK
Sun Dec 31
L 0 - 6DAL
Sat Jan 13
W 15 - 10ATL
Sun Jan 21
W 38 - 7MIN
Sun Feb 4
W 41 - 33@NE


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Eagles' Alshon Jeffery: Uncertain to be ready for regular season
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Jeffery (shoulder), who underwent shoulder surgery Wednesday, sustained a full tear of his rotator cuff and isn't certain to be ready for the regular season, Josina Anderson of ESPN reports.

Anderson notes that the expectation is for Jeffery to be ready for Week 1 but, now that the full extent of his injury is known, there appears to be concern he might not be. Furthermore, he's now said to be "very likely" to miss the preseason.

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Eagles' Alshon Jeffery: Status uncertain for training camp
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Jeffery (shoulder), who underwent surgery Wednesday to repair a torn rotator cuff, is uncertain to be available for the start of training camp, Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.

The Eagles should shed more light on the status of Jeffery's rehab from the procedure when the team reconvenes for Organized Team Activities in April. Though it's likely the wideout won't be in attendance for the offseason program and could be sidelined for the start of training camp, the expectation is that he'll be back to full strength by the start of the regular season. Despite playing hurt throughout the 2017 campaign after sustaining the injury in camp, Jeffery turned in a strong first year in Philadelphia, catching 57 of 120 targets for 789 yards and nine touchdowns in 16 games. After inking a four-year extension in December, Jeffery is set to reprise his role as the top target for franchise quarterback Carson Wentz (knee), who could be recovered from a torn ACL and LCL before the new season begins.

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Eagles' Alshon Jeffery: Undergoes surgery for torn rotator cuff
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Jeffery underwent successful surgery Wednesday to address a torn rotator cuff, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

Jeffery suffered the shoulder injury during training camp, but proceeded to play through the issue for all 16 of the Eagles' regular-season contests, as well as the team's three postseason bouts. Though less than 100 percent healthy, Jeffery's productivity didn't seem to be impacted by the injury, as he quickly established a strong rapport with starting quarterback Carson Wentz (knee) in the regular season and seemed to get comfortable with replacement signal caller Nick Foles during the playoffs, ultimately finishing the campaign with a 73-yard, one-touchdown effort in the Eagles' Super Bowl LII victory over New England. Jeffery may be held out of the Eagles' offseason workouts while recovering from surgery, but the team doesn't seem to harbor any concerns about his health heading into 2018, as Philadelphia inked the wideout to a four-year, $52 million contract extension in December.

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Eagles' Winston Craig: Signs with Eagles
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Craig signed a contract with the Eagles on Tuesday, Zach Berman of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Craig spent time on the Eagles' practice squad last season but will now get the opportunity to compete for a spot on the 53-man roster.

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Eagles' Jaylen Watkins: Won't be tendered contract
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

The Eagles aren't planning to tender a 2018 contract to Watkins, which will make him an unrestricted free agent at the start of the new league year, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

With Watkins having completed his rookie contract and now heading into his fifth season, the Eagles would have to extend a fourth-round tender in order to retain him, but the organization apparently didn't feel he was worthy of that price tag. The 25-year-old appeared in 28 games over the past two seasons, but saw nearly as many snaps (165) on special teams as he did on defense (168) in 2017. With 2017 second-round defensive back Sidney Jones back to full strength after missing nearly all of his rookie season while recovering from an Achilles injury and top special teamer Chris Maragos (knee) set to return in 2018 after an injury-shortened season, the Eagles are well equipped to compensate for Watkins' departure.

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