Tagged: ‘Jeffrey Lurie’

Sidney Jones and Rasul Douglas selections make Lurie think of 2002 draft
April 29th, 2017 at 9:59 AM
***PHOTO1*** Even Jeffrey Lurie couldn't help but draw parallels between the Eagles' selections on day two of the 2017 NFL Draft and certain aspects of the class of 2002. The difference is the stakes might be even higher for Sidney Jones and Rasul Douglas than they were when the club took...

‘He’s Philly tough:’ Howie Roseman, Joe Douglas on Eagles’ first-round pick Derek Barnett
April 28th, 2017 at 11:07 AM
***PHOTO1*** A few minutes later, Howie Roseman, Joe Douglas and Doug Pederson met with members of the Philadelphia media at the NovaCare Complex to talk about their first-round pick, the draft process, and the other options that were available at 14. HOWIE ROSEMAN: With the 14th pick we took Derek...

Eagles’ Derek Barnett on Schwartz’s scheme: ‘I love it … that’s my style’
April 28th, 2017 at 2:07 AM
***PHOTO1*** Following his selection, in front of his new hometown fans, Barnett joined members of the Philadelphia media on a conference call - his official introductory presser will be Friday at 4:15 p.m. at the NovaCare Complex. Q. Hey, Derek, congratulations. DEREK BARNETT: Thank you, I really appreciate it. Take...

Anyone else see the irony in Jeffrey Lurie pontificating on what it takes to win a title?
April 3rd, 2017 at 3:02 PM
***PHOTO1*** Jeffrey Lurie has owned the Eagles for 23 years, none of which ended with a parade down Broad Street. Last week, in his first words to the fans in an entire calendar year, he preached patience. Has he lost his mind? In all likelihood, Lurie is still clinically sane, but...

What they’re saying about the Eagles: Lurie preaching patience, but not practicing it
March 30th, 2017 at 8:40 AM
***PHOTO1*** Jeffrey Lurie has been the Eagles owner for 23 years, and despite a nice run of contention in the early 2000s, he has yet to deliver Philadelphia sports fans the one thing they covet above everything else. Until the Eagles win a Lombardi Trophy, the lack of a Super Bowl...