Posts Tagged ‘Philadelphia Eagles’

Two-Time Super Bowl Champ Malcolm Jenkins & His Listen Up Media Sign With ICM

Wednesday, February 19th, 2020

EXCLUSIVE: ICM has inked Malcolm Jenkins, a two-time Super Bowl champion, three-time Pro-Bowl Safety, producer and entrepreneur along with his production company Listen Up Media. ICM will rep Jenkins in all areas except his NFL player contract. NFL agent Ben Dogra will continue to represent Jenkins in all football-related matters.

Reports: Eagles to part ways with LB Bradham

Tuesday, February 18th, 2020

The Philadelphia Eagles will decline the contract option on linebacker Nigel Bradham, making him a free agent on March 18, according to multiple reports Tuesday. Bradham, 30, has been a four-year starter for the Eagles after playing four seasons with the Buffalo Bills. Bradham posted 348 tackles, including 21 for loss and five sacks, in 58 career games in Philadelphia.

Flyers go on podcasting power play, shoot for new generation of fans with expanded content team

Friday, February 14th, 2020

This story is the second in a series looking at how and why Philadelphia's professional sports teams are expanding their media operations and investing in original content production. Other stories from the series can be found here: Part 1: Philadelphia Eagles go Hollywood with new media strategy One look at the Philadelphia Flyers website and it's clear that these are not your parents' Broad Street Bullies. There's a video chronicling right winger Travis Konecny's experience playing in his first NHL All-Star Game in St. Louis, new episodes of the "Mic'd Up" video series capturing what players say when they're on the ice, and a link to subscribe to the Flyers' online newsletter.

Draft matchmaker: Daniel Jeremiah’s landing spots for top wide receivers

Wednesday, February 12th, 2020

NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah's top wide receiver choice for the Las Vegas Raider, New England Patriots, San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles.

February 8, 2018: Looking back at Eagles Super Bowl Championship Parade

Saturday, February 8th, 2020

It's February 8 which means it's time to look back the Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl Championship Parade!

Chiefs celebrate Super Bowl title with parade, rally

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020

Kansas City Chiefs players and coaches celebrated their Super Bowl victory over San Francisco with supporters on Wednesday with a two-mile downtown parade and pep rally. "This is the most beautiful scene I've ever witnessed in my life," Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce said. The Chiefs won their first Super Bowl title in 50 years on Sunday by rallying in the fourth quarter to defeat the San Francisco 49ers 31-20.

New Browns GM Berry wants ‘smart, tough’ players

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020

New Cleveland Browns general manager Andrew Berry made his priority clear on Wednesday when he met the media at his introductory news conference. The Browns hired the 32-year-old Berry as their general manager on Jan. 28. Now, he said, the Browns still will use analytics but will rely on a "scouting-centered" approach when it comes to player acquisitions.

Sylvester Stallone thinks Kobe Bryant should get a statue in Philadelphia next to Rocky

Tuesday, February 4th, 2020

One Philadelphia sports legend would be happy to share the spotlight with another. Rocky — or at least the guy who plays him — believes Kobe Bryant should get a statue in Philadelphia. Sylvester Stallone was asked about that possibility in February, and was on board with the idea, according to TMZ.

Party on: Chiefs TE Travis Kelce turns the Lombardi Trophy into a beer luge

Tuesday, February 4th, 2020

If you're picking a Chiefs player to be that guy at the team's parade on Wednesday, well, it's probably Jason's brother Travis. Travis Kelce, the Chiefs' excellent tight end, is enjoying being a Super Bowl champion. He couldn't drink out of the Lombardi Trophy, Stanley Cup-style, so he did the next best thing and turned the $50,000 trophy into a beer luge.

NFL odds to win Super Bowl 2021: Chiefs and Ravens tied as top Super Bowl LV favorites

Tuesday, February 4th, 2020

The NFL's centennial season has come to a close with Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs winning Super Bowl LIV. But even before Sunday's championship game, the odds to win Super Bowl LV were already on the NFL futures board taking action. The Chiefs are currently at the top of the NFL odds for 2020-21, tied with Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens at +650 to win Super Bowl LV, while the San Francisco 49ers sit at +750 to avenge their Big Game loss.