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2020 Schedule
1st in NFC East
Jackson apologetic after anti-Semitic post (1:54)
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Eagles appalled with posts; Jackson apologizes

Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson posted an anti-Semitic quote on his social media feed that he attributed to Adolf Hitler. Jackson later said, "I have no hatred in my heart toward no one."

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Fountains of Dwayne

Mina's NFL divisional previews continue with the NFC East. Mina and Charles McDonald of the New York Daily News discuss the season outlook for the Giants (3:29), Eagles (21:21), Redskins (38:34), and Cowboys (51:49).

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17dTim McManus

Source: Eagles' Goedert 'fine' after sucker punch

Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert has returned home and is "fine" after being sucker punched at a South Dakota restaurant on Friday night, a source told ESPN's Tim McManus. NJ.com first reported the incident.

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ESPN Daily: Marquise And Morgan Goodwin's Journey Through Loss, Hope, And Parenthood

On the field, NFL wide receiver Marquise Goodwin is known for his game-breaking speed. The new Philadelphia Eagle is not only one of the fastest players in the NFL, but also a former Olympian in the long jump. What's less known, is that Marquise and his wife Morgan work as advocates for parents who have suffered the loss of an infant. It's work that is rooted in the Goodwins' own personal journey, one which they've shared with rare openness. Dave Fleming joins the show to reflect on the Goodwins' story, which is also featured on this Sunday'e episode of E:60, and explains how it ultimately became a story of hope.

Jalen Mills praises Carson Wentz, Zach Ertz for speaking up on social issues (2:00)
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20dDave Wilson

Ex-S.C. stars: Rename Strom Thurmond Center

Alshon Jeffery and Marcus Lattimore were among several former South Carolina football stars who called for the Strom Thurmond Wellness and Fitness Center to be renamed.

Marquise Goodwin's journey to parenthood trailer (0:15)
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Rodney McLeod calls for NFL owners to stand with players against racial injustice (2:06)
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26dTim McManus

Eagles' Jackson has cleats made to honor Floyd

Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson has had custom cleats made to honor the late George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement, posting an image of the cleats on Instagram on Thursday.

Malik Jackson doesn't hold back on Drew Brees (0:34)
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Which NFC East team is best set up for long-term success? (4:20)
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Are Eagles a safe bet to win the NFC East? (1:13)
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Should the NFL players be miked up if there are no fans? (0:49)
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36dTim McManus

D. Jackson: If no fans, players should be miked

If the NFL has to play to empty stadiums this season, Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson says player should be miked up to "give fans the [insight] to see what really goes on."

This Giants fan chucks his grandson's Eagles hat (0:23)
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Team Stats

Passing Yards239.611th
Rushing Yards121.211th
Points For24.112th
Points Against22.118th

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