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13-3, 1st in NFC East
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2dTim McManus

Eagles surprise fired employee with SB ring

A former Philadelphia Eagles executive assistant, who was fired by former coach Chip Kelly, was presented with a Super Bowl ring during the team's ring ceremony on Thursday.

Eagles unveil Super Bowl rings (1:00)
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3dTim McManus

Eagles' rings feature 219 diamonds, 17 sapphires

The Philadelphia Eagles gathered to receive their championship rings Thursday night and no detail was overlooked. Made of pure 10-karat white gold, each contained a total of 219 diamonds and 17 green sapphires.

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5dTim McManus

DE Bennett logs first practice with Eagles

Michael Bennett was in attendance Tuesday for the start of the Eagles' mandatory minicamp, and he appeared eager to keep the focus on the football field following a turbulent few months off it.

Young begs Owens to reconsider attending HOF induction (2:14)
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11dTim McManus

Jenkins 'tired' of anthem narrative, hence signs

After Malcolm Jenkins held up signs highlighting social justice facts in lieu of speaking to the media, the Eagles safety broke his silence in an interview with ESPN: "I'm tired of the narrative being about the anthem, about the White House or whatever."

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11dJamison Hensley

Eagles' Jenkins lets his signs do the talking

A day after the White House disinvited the Eagles, Malcolm Jenkins responded with a series of handwritten signs instead of answering reporters' questions.

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How Should The NFL Respond?

Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon question how the NFL should respond to the Eagles-White House situation, discuss the Stanley Cup Final, and Stanton-Fiers.

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12dTim McManus

White House: Eagles to blame for nixed event

The White House is blaming the Eagles for President Donald Trump's decision to cancel a planned White House event celebrating the team's Super Bowl championship.

Eagles' visit to White House canceled (1:52)
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Eagles' visit to White House nixed, Trump says

The White House's decision stems from disagreement over the national anthem debate and came a day before the event was to be held. A source told ESPN that a large group of Eagles players had decided not to attend.

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26dTim McManus

Eagles cut Kendricks, lose Worrilow to injury

Mychal Kendricks, who was drafted by the Eagles in 2012, has been released by the team. A source tells ESPN that new linebacker Paul Worrilow has torn his ACL.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards233.613th
Rushing Yards132.23rd
Points For28.63rd
Points Against18.44th