City Philadelphia, USA
Coach: Doug Pederson
Offensive Coordinator: Mike Groh
Defensive Coordinator: Jim Schwartz
Other Notable Asst.: Ken Flajole (Linebackers)
Training Camp: Nova Care Complex (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
The Philadelphia Eagles have won the NFL championship thrice...1948, 1949, 1960
A week ago: T-2
Yet, the Eagles aren't a pack of earth either. That the group proceeded with its raced to T Super Bowl even after Carson Went z tore his ACL is a demonstration of both the instructing staff and the hostile ability around Wentz and Nick Foles. The Eagles were fourth in complete safeguard and first against the run and added another demonstrated product to an officially wiped out line by procuring Michael Bennett. The Eagles raised the Lombardi Trophy. They are the champions. The rulers of the mountain. It's solitary right the best spot be theirs—until the point when somebody thumps them off.
Josh Adams, Nelson Agholor, Kamar Aiken, Jay Ajayi, Derek Barnett, Michael Bennett, Nigel Bradham, Brandon Brooks, Asantay Brown, Billy Brown, Joe Callahan, DeAndre Carter, Corey Clement, Fletcher Cox, Winston Craig, Ronald Darby, Rashard Davis, Rasul Douglas, Jake Elliott, Zach Ertz, Aaron Evans, Danny Ezechukwu, Nick Foles, Nathan Gerry, Shelton Gibson, Dallas Goedert, Corey Graham, Darrell Greene, Kamu Grugier-Hill, Christian Hackenberg, Taylor Hart, Bruce Hector, Jordan Hicks, Mack Hollins, Malcolm Jenkins, Lane Johnson, Cameron Johnston, Matt Jones, Sidney Jones, Jason Kelce, D.J. Killings, Chris Long, Rick Lovato, Avonte Maddox, Anthony Mahoungou, Jordan Mailata, Rodney McLeod, Steven Means, Jalen Mills, Corey Nelson, Haloti Ngata, Joe Ostman, Josh Perkins, Jason Peters, Matt Pryor, Donnel Pumphrey, Elijah Qualls, Jeremy Reaves, LaRoy Reynolds, Stephen Roberts, Richard Rodgers, Isaac Seumalo, Aziz Shittu, Gannon Sinclair, Wendell Smallwood, Darren Sproles, Nate Sudfeld, Chandon Sullivan, Tre Sullivan, Josh Sweat, Jon Toth, Bryce Treggs, Destiny Vaeao, Halapoulivaati Vaitai, Joe Walker, Mike Wallace, Greg Ward, Chance Warmack, Toby Weathersby, Carson Wentz, Markus Wheaton, Kyle Wilson, Tim Wilson, Stefen Wisniewski.
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Brandon Graham, Alshon Jeffery, Chris Maragos
Elie Bouka, Ian Park,Paul Worrilow
The 10 biggest players in Philadelphia Eagles history
1. STEVE VAN BUREN
The No. 1 in general pick in 1944 was a six-time All-Pro choice and apparently the best player on the Eagles title groups in 1948 and 1949. In eight NFL seasons, Van Buren scrambled for 5,860 yards and scored 464 focuses (69 touchdowns). He scored the diversion's solitary touchdown in the 1948 NFL Championship Game and scrambled for 196 yards in the 1949 NFL Championship Game, the two Eagles triumphs. Van Buren was the most grasp player in Eagles history, clearly meeting the challenge at hand in view of his title diversion exhibitions.
2. REGGIE WHITE
The Pastor of Defense" was seemingly the best protective end in NFL history, completing his profession with 198 sacks (second unsurpassed) and was on another planet amid his eight years with the Eagles, enrolling 124 sacks in 121 diversions. White's best season was in the strike-shorted 1987 battle, assembling 21 sacks in 12 amusements, which included four constrained bumbles. He had 57 sacks from 1986 to 1988, incorporating the best stretch for any guarded player in NFL history.
3. CHUCK BEDNARIK
The remainder of the hour long men, Bednarik played his whole profession with the Eagles, acquiring nine All-Pro choices and eight Pro Bowls as a middle and linebacker. Bednarik played 169 amusements with the Eagles, missing just three diversions in 14 years. He completed his vocation with 20 interferences and was named the NFL's untouched most noteworthy focus in 1969, recognizing the group's 50th commemoration. Bednarik played 58 minutes and influenced the amusement sparing to handle to secure the Eagles last title, a 17-13 triumph over the Green Bay Packers, in 1960.
4. TOMMY MCDONALD
A third-round draft pick of the Eagles in 1957, McDonald was ostensibly the best wide collector of his period, getting 495 goes for 8,410 yards and 84 touchdowns. McDonald was the Eagles best hostile player on the Eagles 1960 title group. His effect on the Eagles can be contrasted with Jim Brown in Cleveland and Bart Starr in Green Bay.
5. BRIAN DAWKINS
In his 16-year NFL profession, Dawkins completed with 1,131 handles, 37 block attempts, 26 sacks, 120 pass diversions, 36 constrained bungles and 19 bobble recuperation's in 224 vocation recreations (221 begins). He was chosen to the Pro Bowl nine times and earned four First Team All-Pro Honors (six times generally speaking).
6. LESEAN MCCOY
The Eagles had a long queue of awesome running backs. McCoy is the one that is the establishment's unequaled driving rusher. In six seasons with the Eagles, McCoy had 6,792 hurrying yards and 42 touchdowns, averaging 4.6 yards for each convey. He drove the NFL with 17 touchdowns in 2011.
7. JASON PETERS
The Eagles had some extraordinary hostile lineman in their history, however Peters steers as the best handle the establishment has ever had. Since Peters touched base with the Eagles in 2009, he's been overwhelming. Dwindles has made the Pro Bowl seven of his eight seasons in Philadelphia, winning six All-Pro determinations.
8. FLETCHER COX
Cox has been sufficiently predominant to gain a spot on this rundown, particularly since he's the grapple on the Super Bowl title protective line, one of the best cautious lines in Eagles history. Cox demonstrated his strength in the 2017 postseason, taking his diversion to another level by completing with 16 add up to weights in three amusements (counting six in the Super Bowl).
9. BRIAN WESTBROOK
West brook is seemingly the best universally handy back in Eagles history, arranging 9,785 yards from scrimmage (first unequaled) and 66 touchdowns in eight NFL seasons with the group. In West brook's one full season as the group's punt returner (2003), he drove the NFL with two touchdowns.
10. WILBERT MONTGOMERY
Montgomery held the Eagles unequaled hurrying record for three decades as he was seemingly the best player in the Dick Vermeil-period groups, and a standout amongst the most underrated players in group history. In eight seasons with the Eagles, Montgomery scrambled for 6,538 yards and 45 touchdowns while assembling 2,447 accepting yards and 12 touchdowns.