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Oct. 2—PHILADELPHIA — After facing Jalen Reagor and Carson Wentz, the Philadelphia Eagles will face another significant person from their recent history. This time, former Eagles head coach Doug Pederson will lead the Jacksonville Jaguars (2-1) into Lincoln Financial Field this afternoon. At 3-0, the Eagles enter as the only undefeated team remaining in the NFL and will be looking to make it ...
Doug Pederson doesn’t come off as the vengeful type. He has been on record, however, as saying he was blindsided at being fired by the Eagles after going 4-11-1 in 2020, considering all he’d done prior to that season — including bringing Philadelphia its first and only Super Bowl title, following the 2017 season. So, to say the Jaguars’ game at Philadelphia (3-0) on Sunday doesn’t mean a little bit extra to Pederson, now Jacksonville’s head coach, would be a flat-out lie.
The Jacksonville Jaguars warmed up to Meek Mill ahead of a game against his hometown Philadelphia Eagles.
I’m glad they’re getting it. And I hope they continue to flourish and continue to play to the best of their ability. Edwards and White have managed to gain chemistry quickly on and off the field and rarely do they come off the field.
WEAR YOUR PRIDE In Weeks 4 and 5 you will see more than 200 players, coaches, and executives participating in the International Helmet Decal Initiative. NFL fans are worldwide, and this is a great opportunity to represent countries that are special to players and coaches alike. Six Eagles players will be participating in the initiative: Arryn Siposs, Jordan Mailata, and Matt Leo (Australia); Britain Covey (Chile); Zach Pascal (Grenada); and Marlon Tuipulotu (Tonga).
"He's always been able to play matchup ball and put his guys in the best positions to win, do what they're best at,'' Mayfield said. "There's X's and O's, but then it comes down to players and not plays a lot of the times. That's a mentality he definitely instilled in me.
The Philadelphia Eagles will be without their starting slot cornerback against the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday. Avonte Maddox was ruled out after missing Friday’s practice with an ankle injury. Maddox tweaked the ankle during Thursday’s practice and was sidelined Friday as a result.
The Philadelphia Eagles will try to remain the only undefeated team in the NFL this Sunday against the 2-1 Jacksonville Jaguars.
A perfect 4-0 start indicates FSU football is getting better. The challenge for coach Mike Norvell, entering the toughest part of schedule, is to keep ascending.
Brandon Graham and Fletcher Cox are among the NFL's sacks leaders despite playing less than they have in nearly a decade.