Michael Vick will return to the starting lineup in Week Nine following the Eagles' bye week, according to head coach Andy Reid.
Kerry Collins threw three touchdowns to Kenny Britt, who had the best game of his career two days after being involved in a bar fight, and the Tennessee Titans scored 27 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to beat the ...
Here is a recap of the fines handed out by the NFL on Friday for games played in Week Six.
Eagles head coach Andy Reid said QB Kevin Kolb would get the Week Seven start in Tennessee.
Both Kevin Kolb and Michael Vick have put up statistics worthy of being MVP candidates, but since it is unknown which quarterback will be under center the rest of the year, neither makes the Week Seven MVP Meter.
The bad news is that Eagles head coach Andy Reid has a brutally difficult decision to make at quarterback. The good news? He has two very strong options to choose from.
Head coach Andy Reid said it would be a "real stretch" for WR DeSean Jackson to play in Week Seven and that Kevin Kolb will likely start at quarterback vs. the Titans.
Whether it has been Michael Vick or Kevin Kolb under center this season, WR Jeremy Maclin has been a force to be reckoned with.
Michael Vick will be the Eagles' No. 3 QB vs. the Falcons, as his sore ribs have not healed enough for him to be the starter or primary backup.
Eagles QB Kevin Kolb will get the Week Six start against the Falcons, with Michael Vick still suffering from a rib injury.
One NFL insider says that Tom Coughlin is leaning on his talented defensive line to help right the ship in New York.
Eagles QB Michael Vick told a Virginia radio station he will not miss much time due to the rib injury he sustained in Week Four.
Just when it looked like everything in the Eagles' offense was going swimmingly, rib injuries to QB Michael Vick and RB LeSean McCoy in Week Four have drastically changed the outlook.
The Eagles continue to suffer crucial offensive injuries as QB Michael Vick and RB LeSean McCoy both suffered rib-related ailments in Sunday's loss to the Redskins, leaving their availability up in the air.
Donovan McNabb threw for 125 yards and one touchdown, leading the Washington Redskins to a 17-12 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday in his first game against his former team.