Philadelphia Eagles


At least he was active for the first game. That wasn’t the case in the second game. And it might not be the case for the third game.


DeSean Jackson is a mystery -- or two mysteries, actually. The first has to do with whether he will play this weekend.


DeSean Jackson said Wednesday that his sprained shoulder is feeling much better and that he’s confident he’ll be able to suit up against his former team Sunday in Philadelphia.


Two key reserves for the Eagles appeared to practice for the first time this season as the Eagles reconvened Wednesday at the NovaCare Complex, but starting linebacker Mychal Kendricks appeared to


Grading the Eagles’ defense in their 30-27 win over the Colts on Monday night at Lucas Oil Stadium (