NFL Week 6 NFC East Picks: Don Bell Says Ravens 'Physicality' Will Be Too Much For Eagles To HandleCBS Philly's sports anchor thinks the Ravens' line play on both sides of the ball will be too much for the Birds this week.
NFL Week 5 AFC North Picks: 'The AFC North Has Been The Best Division In Football,' Says CBS Pittsburgh's Bob PompeaniIn Week 5 in the AFC North, the Steelers, Ravens and Browns all chase their fourth win in the NFL's most competitive division.
Eagles And Patriots Meet For First Time Since Super Bowl LIIThe Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots, both coming off a bye, look to get offenses on track and start playoff push.
Key Matchups For NFL Wild Card WeekendWhich matchups will determine this weekend's games? We dive in to find out as the first round of the playoffs approaches.
Boomer Esiason: Jets Eyeing Sam Darnold As The Next Carson WentzBoomer Esiason, Inside The NFL analyst and ex-NFL quarterback, thinks the Jets are comparing rookie Sam Darnold to the Eagles' Carson Wentz.
Biggest Questions Facing Eagles, Patriots Heading Into Training CampCBS TV sports anchors weigh in on the biggest concerns heading into the upcoming season and more ahead of training camps opening this week.
Man Takes A Knee During White House National Anthem CelebrationA spectator kneeled during the national anthem at the White House's "Celebration of America" event on Tuesday, which was being held after President Trump disinvited the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles from visiting.
Trump To NFL: 'No Escaping To Locker Rooms'President Donald Trump warned NFL players on Tuesday about "escaping" to locker rooms during the playing of the National Anthem after he rescinded an invitation for the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles to visit the White House.
White House: Philadelphia Eagles 'Decided To Abandon Their Fans'The White House says the Eagles reached out to reschedule the event after citing that many players would not be in attendance.
Trump Disinvites Philadelphia Eagles from White HousePres. Trump called off a visit to the White House by the Philadelphia Eagles, citing the dispute over whether NFL players protesting racial injustice must stand during the playing of the national anthem.
Philly Celebrates Eagles' Super Bowl Victory With Emotional Rally, ParadePhiladelphia's first Super Bowl parade ended in a raucous, emotional rally as hundreds of thousands of partying Eagles fans jammed the streets leading to the city's famed "Rocky" steps to revel in an NFL title many thought would never come.