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2dPancakes, syrup, bacon, sausage and eggs... all placed into a blender and turned into a smoothie. The results may surprise you.
2dGiven their flexibility, the Eagles could use the 20th pick in the draft to take a wide receiver like Breshad Perriman, Jaelen Strong or Devin Smith.
2dThere's little doubt that Chip Kelly has a plan, but as we've often seen during this offseason, it's subject to some pretty major transformations.
2dWith Robert Griffin III, Michael Vick and Ryan Leaf as examples, Chip Kelly has said he will not mortgage the future to move up in the draft to acquire Marcus Mariota.
3dThe Breakfast on Broad crew plays our version of the 'The Dating Game' plus John Gonzalez and Derrick Gunn drink a breakfast smoothie containing eggs, pancakes, bacon and sausage.
3dChip Kelly said he was disappointed by the comments made by former Eagle Tra Thomas in regards to the racial composition of the team's roster.
3dChip Kelly had plenty to say about his own team, but what the head coach of the Eagles had to say about a player for the rival New York Giants may turn a few heads.