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Philadelphia Eagles' LeSean McCoy speaks during a news conference after NFL football practice at the team's training facility, Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2014, in Philadelphia. The Eagles host the New Orleans Saints in a wild-card playoff game on Saturday.
With great sorrow and a depressed mood, I announce unto thee, that the glorious 17 weeks that adorn the NFL season and bring joy and happiness to football addicts all over the world is over. I have already received calls from my friends commiserating
McDermott will interview for the Redskins' head-coaching vacancy Saturday in Charlotte, two league sources with knowledge of the situation told the Charlotte Observer on Tuesday. McDermott, 39, is in his third season with the Panthers after more than
If Kyle Orton threw for 358 yards against the Philadelphia Eagles, Drew Brees could set a record. The Eagles (10-6) are facing quite a challenge against Brees and the New Orleans Saints (11-5) in their NFC wild-card playoff game Saturday night. No
not really -- outside AT&T Stadium Sunday. (Louis DeLuca/Staff photographer) Turns out, tempers were running a wee bit high long before Kyle Orton threw behind Miles Austin and tossed the Dallas Cowboys from the playoffs at AT&T Stadium Sunday night.
Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles completed a worst-to-first turnaround under rookie coach Chip Kelly. The Dallas Cowboys are stuck in second place and going home early again, and nobody can blame Tony Romo for the final crushing loss Sunday
The Cowboys defense and offense was alive in the second half. Kyle Orton looked like a QB that could finally win a big December game for the Cowboys. Dallas had scored a TD in their second to last drive moving them within two points of the
Cowboys fans braved the cold in hopes of procuring tickets Sunday. (Liz Farmer Dallas Morning News) Cowboys fans rushed into AT&T Stadium to nab a spot and get their beers before the game against Philadelphia Sunday night. With many players out due
The Panthers (11-4) can clinch the NFC South and a first-round bye with a win over the Falcons (4-11). The last time these two teams played, the Panthers forced four turnovers, Cam Newton threw one touchdown and ran for another in a 34-10 win for
The best teams in the National Basketball Association are typically able to win games "playing ugly", and Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers wants to see his players develop this attribute as the season unfolds.