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About the Philadelphia Eagles

Based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Eagles compete in the NFL. The team famously won its first Super Bowl in the 2017 season, which was their fourth major trophy after taking home the 1948, 1949 and 1960 NFL titles.

Philadelphia Eagel's home stadium
Philadelphia Eagle’s home stadium

The Philadelphia Eagles is managed by Howard Roseman. Roseman, born on June 23, 1975, was previously the youngest general manager in the NFL when he led the Eagles from 2010 to 2014. Even though the job title (executive vice president for football operations) is different, the job remains mostly unchanged.

Team History

The Philadelphia Eagles has always been a top team since the 1930s it was bought by a syndicated led by the now late Lud Wray together with Bert Bell for $2500. In 1941, an interesting swap occurred between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia which saw the exchange of homes by the clubs, in addition to Alexis Thompson become the Eagles proprietor.

Due to events occasioned by the World War II, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia played as a single team for that single season; and renamed St Eagles and Phil-Pitt. The team was co-trained by Eagles’ Greasy Neale and Steeler’s Walt Kieslingm, and finished the season with a record of 5-4-1.

The Eagles Mascot
The Eagles’ Mascot

A streak of injuries to key players ensured the team lost some of its steam by the early 1960s, culminating to a drop to bottom of the division. That same year, Buck Shaw, a new coach began a rebuilding process and added the quarterback, Norm Van Brocklin who was acquired in a trade with the Los Angeles Rams. In just three short years, Shaw guided the Philadelphia Eagles to another championship.

The coach’s on-field of expertise and leadership helped the Eagles to win by 10-2 at the Eastern division followed by a win over the Packers of Green Bay by 17-13 for the League’s championship. On the game’s last play, Bednarik saved the game with an open field handle of Jim Taylor of the Green Bay.


Reggie White

Reggie is the double cross NFL Defensive Player of the Year, 13 All-Time Pro-choice, and 13-time Pro Bowl holder, and was chosen to the NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team, NFL 1990s All-Decade Team, and NFL 1980s All-Decade Team. During Whites stellar career, he also deepened his faith and became an Evangelical clergyman, which prompted his epithet, The Minister of Defense. White is an inductee of both the College Football Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Brian Dawkins

Recognized as one of the best quarterbacks in the game, Dawkins was named to nine Pro Bowls, and was a five-time first-group All-Pro during. He also played for the Eagles at the Super Bowl XXXIX, which was incidentally played in his home city of Jacksonville, Florida. Dawkins was inducted into to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2018.

Chuck Bednarik

A three-time All-American, and elected member of the College Football Hall of Fame, Chuck Bednarik was also third in Heisman Trophy voting at Penn in 1948 where he played college ball. Later that year, he won the Maxwell award. In 1969 he was voted by a panel of sportswriters, coaches, and Hall of Fame players as the greatest centre of all time.