One day last October, Chip Kelly remarked "culture will beat scheme every day," and it unintentionally has caught on as the Eagles' motto.
The Eagles have made many changes to improve the team, but until they find a mainstay at quarterback like Ron Jaworski or Donovan McNabb, sustained success is a tough task.
In a statement released via Facebook, Tom Brady said he is "very disappointed" by the NFL's decision to uphold his 4-game suspension.
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1wEagles center Jason Kelce was in studio at WXPN yesterday to perform a couple of songs on guitar. He has quite the pipes.
1wThe Eagles missed the playoffs last season and the Phillies are in disarray, but both teams are doing well financially, evidenced by Forbes' Top 50 list.
2wThe Cowboys reached a five-year, $70 million deal with wide receiver Dez Bryant, and other notes from around the NFL.
2wThe lamest day in sports is finally here. Join us as we hand out the self-indulgent KULPY Awards for Philly sports excellence.
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2wSports Illustrated's MMQB has been running an offseason feature on the 100 most influential people in the NFL. Not surprisingly, Chip Kelly appears near the top of their list.
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