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Game Notes
September 15, 2014


August 8
August 15
August 21
August 28

at Chicago
at New England
NY Jets

L, 28-34
L, 35-42
W, 31-21
W, 37-7


September 7
September 15
September 21
September 28
October 5
October 12
October 19
October 26
November 2
November 10
November 16
November 23
November 27
December 7
December 14
December 20
December 28

W, 34-17
at Indianapolis 8:30 pm (ESPN, 6ABC)
1:00 pm (FOX)
at San Francisco
4:25 pm (FOX)
St. Louis
1:00 pm (FOX)
New York Giants
8:30 pm (NBC)
at Arizona
4:05 pm (FOX)
at Houston
1:00 pm (FOX)
8:30 pm (ESPN, 6ABC)
at Green Bay
1:00 pm (FOX)
1:00 pm (CBS)
at Dallas
4:30 pm (FOX)
4:25 pm (FOX)
8:30 pm (NBC)
at Washington 4:30 pm (NLFN or CBS)
at New York Giants 1:00 pm (FOX)


Wild Card Playoffs (ESPN/NBC/CBS/FOX)
January 3-4
Divisional Playoffs (CBS/FOX/NBC)
January 11-12
AFC/NFC Championship Games (CBS/FOX)
January 18
Pro Bowl (Phoenix, Arizona) (ESPN)
January 25
Super Bowl 49 (University of Phoenix Sadium, AZ) (NBC) February 1

• Monday’s contest will mark the 19th meeting between
the two franchises with Indianapolis leading the all-time series,
• In Indianapolis, Philadelphia trails the series, 3-5
• This will be the first meeting between the two teams at Lucas Oil
• Lucas Oil Stadium is the one of only two current NFL stadiums
that the Eagles have not played a game in (Levi’s Stadium -- SF)
Nov. 15, 1981
Philadelphia 38-13 (at Philadelphia)
Oct. 30, 1983
Baltimore 22-21 (at Philadelphia)
Oct. 14, 1984
Philadelphia 16-7 (at Philadelphia)
Sep. 30, 1990
Indianapolis 24-23 (at Philadelphia)
Dec. 13, 1993
Philadelphia 20-10 (at Indianapolis)
Dec. 5, 1996
Indianapolis 37-10 (at Indianapolis)
Nov. 21, 1999
Indianapolis 44-17 (at Philadelphia)
Nov. 10, 2002
Indianapolis 35-13 (at Philadelphia)
Nov. 26, 2006
Indianapolis 45-21 (at Indianapolis)
Nov. 7, 2010
Philadelphia 26-24 (at Philadelphia)

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2014 | 8:30 PM

Following a comeback win over Jacksonville in the season opener,
the Eagles will hit the road for the first time in 2014 as they travel
to Lucas Oil Stadium to face the Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night
Football. Monday’s meeting marks the 19th match-up between the
two teams and the first since 2010. Last week, the Eagles overcame
a 17-point halftime deficit by scoring 34 unanswered points en route
to a 34-17 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars.

ESPN will broadcast the game to a national audience with
play-by-play man Mike Tirico
Tirico,, former Eagles offensive coordinator Jon Gruden and Lisa Salters calling the action.
Westwood One Sports will air Monday night’s game with Kevin
Harlan, former two-time NFL MVP Kurt Warner and Mark Malone
on the call.
The longest tenured play-by-play man in the NFL, Merrill Reese,
will call the game on 94WIP and the Eagles Radio Network with
former Eagles All-Pro wide receiver Mike Quick providing analysis. Howard Eskin will report from the sidelines.
Rickie Ricardo, Gus Salazar and Macu Berral will handle the
broadcast in Spanish on El Zol (1340 AM) in Philadelphia.

The #Eagles overcame a 17-point haltime deficit against the Jaguars,
scoring 34 points after halftime-- just the fourth time in team history they
have scored 34-or-more points in the second half
After allowing 17 points in the first 15:46, the #Birds D held the
Jagaurs out of the end zone on 11-consecutive drives to end the
contest #stoutstoppers
.@DarrenSproles has made it a habit of shining in his debut with
new teams. Sproles has recorded plays of at least 40 yards in
each of his first games in a new uniform #sameolesproles
Philadelphia has won each of their last five road openers, including last year on @ESPNMondayNight in Washington, and have
won eight of their last 11 #homeawayfromhome
Dating back to Week 9 of the 2013 season, the #Eagles have won
eight of their last nine regular season games #FlyEaglesFly

Game Notes
September 15, 2014

• Eagles K Cody Parkey was originally signed by the
Colts as a rookie free agent following the 2014 NFL Draft. Parkey was traded to Philadelphia on 8/20/14 in exchange for RB
David Fluellen
• Vice president of player personnel Tom Gamble served as a college scout for the Colts from 1998-04
• Colts general manager Ryan Grigson spent eight seasons with
the Eagles from 2004-2011. Grigson originally joined the Eagles
as a western regional scout (2004-05) before being promoted
to the team’s director of college scouting, a position he held for
four years (2006-09). Prior to leaving for Indianapolis, Grigson
spent two seasons as the director of player personnel (200910) in Philadelphia
• Indianapolis strength and conditioning coach Roger Maradino
served as the Eagles’ assistant strength and conditioning coach
in 2011
• Indianapolis area scout Ahmad Russell spent seven seasons
as a member of the Eagles player personnel department from
• S Colt Anderson spent four seasons with the Eagles from 201013 where he was a standout on special teams. Anderson won
the 2012 Ed Block Courage Award with the Eagles after returning from a torn ACL. He was also twice voted special teams MVP
by his teammates (2011-12)
• FB Stanley Havili was selected by the Eagles in the seventh
round of the 2011 NFL Draft prior to being traded to the Colts
in 2013
• C A.Q. Shipley spent the 2010 season on the Eagles practice
squad before being waived prior to the 2011 season
• OLB Andy Studebaker was a sixth-round draft choice of the Eagles in 2008 and had signed to the team’s practice squad during
his first year in the league before being signed by the Chiefs
• Colts running backs coach David Walker tutored Eagles RB LeSean McCoy at Pitt, where the back was named the 2008 Big
East Offensive Player of the Year
• Eagles inside linebackers coach Rick Minter held four collegiate coaching stints in the state of Indiana (Ball State, 1985-91;
Notre Dame 1992-93, 2005-07; Indiana State 2010)
• Philadelphia T Dennis Kelly attended Purdue University in West
Lafayette, Ind.
• Practice squad LB Colton Underwood was born in Indianapolis
and his brother Connor is currently an LB at Indiana State
• WR Hakeem Nicks hails from Philadelphia
• Tim Hasselbeck, the brother of Colts QB Matt Hasselbeck,
spent one season with the Eagles in 2002
• The father of Colts’ vice president of football operations Jimmy
Raye III, Jimmy Raye II, played for the Eagles in 1969 and is
currently a senior advisor to NFL executive vice president of
football operations and Eagles Hall of Famer Troy Vincent

• The Eagles have won eight of their last nine regular
season games and have won five consecutive road openers
• Philadelphia has notched at least one takeaway in 14 straight
games (including the postseason),their first time doing so since
2004 when they recorded a streak of 15 consecutive games
• The Eagles have held their opponents off the scoreboard on
the opening possession of the game in 13 consecutive contests,
including the postseason
• Foles (4,912 passing yards) needs 34 yards to pass Rodney
Peete (4,945) and move into 12th place in the Eagles all-time
passing annals
• McCoy (1,170) can pass Duce Staley (1,200) for fourth place on
the Eagles all-time rushing attempts leaderboard
• McCoy (1,448) can also catch Staley (1,475), who is in third place
in team history in all-time touches
• With 262 career receptions, Maclin trails Wilbert Montgomery
(266) and Duce Staley (275) for 16th and 15th, respectively, on
the all-time Eagles receiving list
• Maclin (3,550 receiving yards) also trails Jason Avant (3,646)
for 13th place in team history in receiving yards
• Parkey, who hit a 51-yard field goal in his NFL debut, can become just the eighth player in Eagles history to hit two or more
field goals of 50+ yards in his Philadelphia career, per Stats Inc.

Under the tutelage of head coach Chip Kelly, the Eagles offense took off in 2013, as the Birds became just the fifth team
in NFL history to record 12 games of 400+ total yards of offense in
a single season. Philadelphia’s offense continued to roll in the 2014
season opener, as the team defeated Jacksonville 34-17. Since 2013,
the Eagles rank in the top 10 in the NFL in several categories:
• 1st in rushing yards per game (159.5 per game)
• 1st in rushing yards per attempt (5.10 per play)
• 1st in plays of 20+ yards (105 total)
• 1st in passing plays of 20+ yards (85 total)
• 1st in touchdowns of 20+ yards (24 total)
• 1st in receptions of 25+ yards (53 total)
• 1st in scrimmage yards per touch (8.6 per touch)
• 1st in passing yards per completion (14.03 per completion)
• 1st in passing yards per attempt (8.55 yards per attempt)
• 2nd in average total offense (417.4 per game)
• 2nd in rushing plays of 20+ yards (20 total)
• 2nd in points per game (28.0 per game)
• 2nd in touchdown-to-interception ratio (3.4 TDs to INTs)
• T-3rd in interception percentage (1.8% of attempts)
• 5th in first downs per game (22.3 per game)
• T-7th in total turnovers (22 total)
• 9th in net passing yards per game (257.9 per game)

Chip Kelly
Head Coach

Chip Kelly was named head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles on
January 16, 2013 after a successful four-year reign manning the
sidelines at the University of Oregon.
In his first season in professional football, Kelly produced a 10-6
record and an NFC East championship, becoming just the second
head coach in league history to win a division title in his first season in the NFL. Along the way, the Eagles set a plethora of team
records, including points (442), total net yards (6,676), touchdowns
(53), passing yards (4,406) and fewest turnovers (19). The Eagles
also set an NFL record with 99 plays of 20+ yards and became the
first team since the 1991 Buffalo Bills to lead the league in rushing
while ranking last in time of possession.
Prior to joining the Eagles, Kelly’s four-year tenure at Oregon
produced a 46-7 (.868) overall record and transformed that university into one of the nation’s premiere football destinations.
Amidst Kelly’s meteoric rise, he became the first coach in Oregon’s history to guide the program to three undisputed conference
championships from 2009-12. Additionally, the Ducks made an appearance in a BCS Bowl game in each of Kelly’s four seasons as
head coach. In just Kelly’s second season, Oregon earned a trip to
the BCS National Championship game in 2010.
In his four seasons at Oregon, the Ducks scored a whopping 44.7
points per game. They also led the FBS in big plays, including 25yard passing plays (220) and 25-yard rushes (110).
His 2012 Ducks squad finished 12-1 and ranked fourth in total
offense accumulating nearly 7,000 yards while scoring an average
of 49.6 points per game. They rushed for 315.2 yards per game while
ranking fifth, averaging 537.4 total yards.
Known as a football junkie, Kelly has a matter-of-fact leadership
style in addition to his mastery of the spread offense. Following Oregon’s run at a potential national title in 2010, Kelly’s leadership
was recognized with a multitude of Coach of the Year awards from
outlets such as Associated Press, Sporting News, The Walter Camp
Football Foundation, and other postseason titles including the Eddie
Robinson Coach of the Year, AFCA Coach of the Year, and Pac-10
Coach of the Year.
Prior to taking over as Oregon’s head coach, Kelly spent two seasons as the team’s offensive coordinator. In his first season leading
the team’s offense, the Ducks were forced into playing four different
starting quarterbacks during the final four games of 2007. Kelly’s
plug-and-play style was cemented when the team had an impressive 56-21 Sun Bowl victory over South Florida.






New Hampshire
Johns Hopkins
New Hampshire
New Hampshire
New Hampshire

Defensive Backs/
Special Teams (Freshman)
Outside Linebackers/
Strong Safeties (Varsity)
Running Backs
Defensive Coordinator
Running Backs
Offensive Line
Offensive Coordinator
Offensive Coordinator
Head Coach
Head Coach

Before joining Oregon’s program, Kelly served as New Hampshire’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach from 19992006. His offenses at his alma mater averaged better than 400
yards of total offense in seven of his eight seasons and more than
30 points per game in his final four years. As a result, three Wildcat
players received first-team All-America acclaim each of his last two
seasons in the Granite State. In 2006, junior QB Ricky Santos earned
the Walter Payton Award as the most outstanding players in FCS.
Ironically, Kelly got his first taste of coaching in the college ranks
on the defensive side of the ball with Columbia in 1990. And in 1993,
he was named the defensive coordinator at Johns Hopkins.
A product of the University of New Hampshire, Kelly earned a
bachelor’s degree in physical education. He played quarterback and
defensive back for legendary coach Bill Bowes at UNH from 198184.
The third of four boys, Kelly attended Manchester (NH) Central
High School and starred in football and track. Kelly, whose first love
was hockey, played in the Manchester Regional Youth Hockey Association, and also made time for the local CYO basketball team.
Charles Kelly was born in Dover, NH, on November 25, 1963 and
is the son of Paul and Jean Kelly. Paul is a retired trial lawyer.

2009 Oregon
2010 Oregon
2011 Oregon
2012 Oregon

10-3 (.769)
12-1 (.923)
12-2 (.857)
12-1 (.923)
46-7 (.868)

Rose Bowl-L
BCS Championship-L
Rose Bowl-W
Fiesta Bowl-W

2013 Philadelphia 10-6 (.625) Playoffs (0-1), 1st in NFC East
2014 Philadelphia 1-0 (1.000)
11-6 (.647) Playoffs 0-1 (.000)

Coaching Capsules
Assistant Coaches

• Coached 8 seasons in NFL Europe (19982005) and helped his teams earn three
Offensive Coordinator
Special Teams Coordinator
World Bowl championships
12th year in Philadelphia
2nd year in Philadelphia
• Served as Temple’s O-line coach in 2006
• In 2013
2013, led an offense that set Eagles • In 2013,
2013 P Donnie Jones set team records • Father, Jack, was head coach at Boston
College and in NFL Europe. Brother, Jack,
records in points (442), yards (6,676), TDs
in net punting avg (40.5), single-game net
Jr., is asst. O-line coach for the Dolphins
(53) and passing yards (4,406)
punting avg (50.7) and punts in-the-20 (33)
• Previously coached 10 seasons in • Spent 2011-12 with Miami Dolphins as
Philadelphia as tight ends coach (1999assistant special teams coach. Those
2001) and quarterbacks coach (2002-08)
units ranked 2nd (2011) and 4th (2012) in 1st year in Philadelphia
Rick Gosselin’s rankings
• Was head coach of the Cleveland Browns
(2011-12) and offensive coordinator of the • Served in same capacity for the San • E
as a
d t
All P 12 honors
St. Louis Rams (2009-10)
Francisco 49ers (2008-10)
senior linebacker at Oregon in 2012, post• As Rams offensive coordinator, Sam • Prior to joining NFL, coached in college for
ing 101 tackles and 3 sacks
Bradford earned NFL offensive rookie
10 years at San Jose St., Nevada, Cal Poly, • Signed as a rookie free with the Miami
of the year honors in 2010 and Steven
Holy Cross and his alma mater, Arizona
Dolphins in 2013
Jackson led NFL in rushing in 2009
• Walked on at Arizona and played from MIKE DAWSON
• In Philadelphia, helped guide Donovan
1994-97 as a safety and special teamer
Assistant Defensive Line
McNabb to three Pro Bowl berths
2nd year in Philadelphia
• His uncle, the late Fritz Shurmur, was a Assistant Offensive Line
legendary NFL defensive coordinator
• Worked as Eagles defensive quality concon
2nd year in Philadelphia
• Coached 11 seasons in college at his alma
trol coach in 2013
mater Michigan State (1988-97) and at
• Served
Chip • Served as special teams coach for Boston
d as a graduate
d t assistant
i t t under
d Chi
Stanford (1998)
College (2009-11). Also coached in college
Kelly at Oregon (2011-12)
at Akron, New Hampshire, Pittsburgh,
• An offensive lineman at Nebraska (2003Maine and his alma mater UMass-Lowell
Defensive Coordinator
06), started 10 games at left guard in 2005


• Garnered All-Big 12 Academic recognition
(2004-05) and earned master’s degree in
sports management from Central Florida
In first season in Philly
Philly, tied for third in
the NFL with 12 games of holding their JERRY AZZINARO
opponents to 21 points or less and ranked Defensive Line/Asst. Head Coach
T-3rd in the NFL with 31 takeaways
2nd year in Philadelphia
Served as defensive coordinator of Arizona
Cardinals (2009-10) and San Francisco
• Worked
line coach
OrW k d as the
th defensive
d f
i li
h ffor O
49ers (2005-06)
egon (2009-12)
Most recently was the linebackers coach
• Helped two-time All-Pac 12 honoree Dion
in Cleveland under Pat Shurmur (2011-12)
Jordan, the 3rd pick in 2013 draft by Miami
In 21-year NFL coaching career, worked • Tutored Eagles DE Vinny Curry at Marunder some of the game’s best defensive
shall and DE Dwight Freeney at Syracuse
minds in Dom Capers, Bill Cowher, Vic

Was defensive coordinator at Duke (2004Fangio, Dick LeBeau, Mike Nolan, Wade
UMass (1994, 1997) and at his alma
Phillips and Marvin Lewis
mater, American International (1987-91)
Coached 8 Pro Bowlers: Keith Brooking,
Darnell Dockett, Kevin Greene, Walt BOB BICKNELL
Harris, Lamar Lathon, Dominique Wide Receivers
Rodgers-Cromartie, Antrel Rolle and 2nd year in Philadelphia
Adrian Wilson

2nd year in Philadelphia



Assistant Special Teams
2nd year in Philadelphia
• W
k d as a coaching
hi iintern and
d graduate
assistant at Oregon from 2009-12
• Played two seasons as a safety at Oregon
(2006-07) after transferring from the City
College of San Francisco
• Son of two-time Nebraska All-America DE
and 11-year NFL vet Willie Harper


Defensive Backs
2nd year in Philadelphia

• H
Has served
d as a defensive
d f
di t
for Maine, Cincinnati, Auburn, Clemson,
Bowling Green and Miami, FL
• Served as special teams coordinator at
North Carolina from 2007-08
• His father, Bill, Sr., spent 13 seasons in • S
Spentt six
i seasons as an assistant
i t t in
i NFL • Spent one season in NFL in 1984 as the
NY Jets defensive quality control coach
NFL as coach and executive including two
with Buffalo and Kansas City, tutoring Stestints in Philadelphia. He was the Eagles
vie Johnson in Buf. and Brian Waters in KC • A linebacker at C.W. Post, was inducted
VP of Player Personnel from 1988-89
into the school’s Hall of Fame in 2008

Coaching Capsules
Assistant Coaches




2nd year in Philadelphia

1st year in Philadelphia

2nd year in Philadelphia

Assistant Defensive Backs

• A 12-year NFL cornerback with an All-Pro
selection, a Pro Bowl berth, a Super Bowl
ring and 37 career INTs on his resume
• Played at Notre Dame (1987-90) and in
NFL with Rams (1991-2000) and Lions
(2001-02). Was a member of St. Louis
Super Bowl XXXIV squad, who beat Titans
• Played on the Fighting Irish’s 1988 undefeated National Championship squad
• Worked as coaching intern with Oregon
from 2011-12 after serving as DBs coach
at Bishop Gorman HS in Nevada, who won
back-to-back state champions in 2009-10


Outside Linebackers
2nd year in Philadelphia


• Joined Eagles after a three-year stint as
offensive coordinator of Vikings (2011-13)
• Also had coaching stints with Atlanta,
Washington, Jacksonville and Carolina
• Joined Eagles as offensive asst. in 1998
and stepped in as the team’s offensive coordinator for the final 10 games of season
• A 4th round draft pick of the Cowboys in
1991, was a backup to Joe Montana and
Steve Young in San Francisco from 199194, working under Mike Holmgren, Mike
Shanahan and Gary Kubiak


Assistant Tight Ends
2nd year in Philadelphia

• Played tight end for 10 seasons in NFL
• Joined Eagles in 2013 after 12
year stint
with San Diego, Miami, Atlanta and San
as Boston College’s linebacker coach, inFrancisco. Caught 123 passes and 12 TDs
cluding last four as defensive coordinator
in 151 games
• Helped guide two linebackers to ACC de• Drafted in 4th round in 2002 by Chargers
fensive player of the year honors: Mark
from Oregon, where he finished with 70
Herzlich and Luke Kuechly, the latter of
career catches and 14 scores
whom garnered the Bronco Nagurski Tro•
a four-time All-Pac 10 Academic
phy as the nation’s top defensive player
Team selection
• Also coached on the collegiate level at
Pittsburgh, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania DUCE STALEY
and his alma mater, Holy Cross
Running Backs
• A four-year starter at defensive back at
4th year in Philadelphia
Holy Cross, was inducted into their Hall of
Fame in 1996
• In 2013
Pro RB LeSean McCoy
2013, helped All
became the first Eagle to lead the NFL in
Inside Linebackers
rushing and scrimmage yards since 1947

Worked first two seasons in Philadelphia
2nd year in Philadelphia
as an assistant special teams coach, while
helping with the running backs
• S
d as Cincinnati’s
Ci i
ti’ head
h d coach
from 1994-2003 and had several future • Gained 5,785 yards during his 10-year
NFL career with Philadelphia (1997-2003)
head coaches on his staff: John Harand Pittsburgh (2004-06)
baugh, Mike Tomlin, Rex Ryan, and Florida
• A 3rd round draft pick of Eagles in 1997,
State’s Jimbo Fisher
ranks 4th on team’s all-time rushing list.
• As the Bearcats head coach, ended their
Is one of two Eagles to top the 200-yard
40-year bowl drought and recruited currushing mark in a game (Steve Van Buren)
rent Eagles Trent Cole and Brent Celek
• Served as defensive coordinator at Ken- • Earned a Super Bowl championship ring
with the Steelers in 2005
tucky (2011-12), Marshall (2008-09), Notre
Dame (1992-93, 2005-07), South Carolina • His Eagle teammates voted him offensive
MVP three times (1998, ‘99, and 2002)
(2004) and Ball State (1985-91)

Offensive Line

d ttwo All
P selections
l ti
iin 2013 • T
LT Jason Peters and LG Evan Mathis
• Coached one of the most dominant offensive lines in the nation at Alabama from
2011-12, including Chance Warmack
(first round pick in 2013), D.J. Fluker (1st
round) and Barrett Jones (4th round)
• Helped Crimson Tide to a National Championship victory over Notre Dame in 2012
• Also coached successful offensive lines at
Miami, FL (2007-10), Michigan St. (200006), Syracuse (1999) and Cornell (1993-96)
• Began coaching career at his alma mater,
Southern Connecticut State, in 1984.


Offensive Quality Control
2nd year in Philadelphia
• Joined Eagles in 2013 after two seasons as
a graduate assistant/QBs coach at Tulsa
• Brother, Zac, is the quarterbacks coach of
the Miami Dolphins
• Spent two seasons as a reserve QB at
Marshall after transferring from Butler
Community College, where he led school
to two JUCO championships (2007-08)

Tight Ends

20th year in Philadelphia
• Served as Eagles RB coach from 1997
19972012 and tutored a 1,000-yard rusher
eight times (three by Staley, two by Brian
Westbrook and LeSean McCoy and one by
Ricky Watters)
• Last worked as the Eagles tight ends
coach from 1995-96 under Ray Rhodes
• Under his tutelage, McCoy developed into
an All-Pro player in 2011
• In 2009, Leonard Weaver became 2nd
Eagle FB ever to earn Pro Bowl honors
• A basketball and baseball star at
Centennial High School in Compton, CA,
earned a place in the Cal Poly-Pomona
University baseball Hall of Fame

Jeffrey Lurie
Chief Executive

Chairman/Chief Executive Officer
20th year in Philadelphia
Overall Record: 192-156-2 (.551)
Taking over a football franchise in 1994 that made the playoffs just
14 times in a 62-year span (23 percent), the Eagles have been a
perennial contender under Lurie, earning playoff berths in 12 of his
19 years as owner (63 percent). The Eagles have a greater overall
winning percentage and appeared in more playoff games (23) and
won more (11) than all of the other ownership groups combined.
Off the field, his stewardship of Screen Pass Pictures has garnered two Academy Awards since 2010. And, under his guidance,
the Eagles have become leaders with their charitable and environmental efforts.
Along the way, Lurie has earned the respect of NFL’s top hierarchy as he serves on the NFL’s Finance Committee, Broadcast
Committee, Stadium Committee, International Committee and the
Super Bowl Advisory Committee.
In 2013, Lurie hired renowned University of Oregon Head Coach
Chip Kelly to be the 21st head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles.
Coach Kelly replaced Andy Reid, the all-time winningest coach in
franchise history, whom Lurie hired in 1999.
In his first season, Kelly led the Eagles to the NFC East division title, setting franchise records in points (442), total net yards
(6,676), touchdowns (53) and passing yards (4,406), while also turning the ball over fewer times (19) than any other squad in team
Also in 2013, Screen Pass Pictures earned its second Academy
Award for “Inocente,” in the category of Best Documentary Short.
The first Oscar came in 2010 for “Inside Job” which earned the
Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
One of Lurie’s charitable endeavors resulted in the creation
of Eagles Youth Partnership (EYP), the team’s nonprofit, 501(c)(3)
charitable wing. Since its inception in 1995, EYP has developed into
one of the most innovative nonprofit organizations in Philadelphia,
winning awards internationally for its philanthropy.
The Eagles, based on the work of EYP, the Tackling Breast Cancer and Go Green campaigns, earned the coveted 2011 Sport Team
of the Year Award by Beyond Sport, a global organization that promotes, develops and funds the use of sport to create positive social
change across the world.
The Philadelphia Business Journal honored the Eagles as one
of Philadelphia’s top charitable corporations in 2010. “That giving
attitude made them a winner in every category of the Corporate
Philanthropy Awards,” cited the publication in its announcement.
The Go Green program serves to better the environment by creating and sustaining programs that improve the quality of life in the
Philadelphia region, green the environment and reduce the team’s
impact on the planet. The Eagles received the 2008 Ongoing Commitment Award from the Environmental Media Association for their
Lurie is a director of the NLM Family Foundation, that devotes
much of its resources to autism research and education. NLM cofunded a short documentary film entitled “Autism is a World” that
received a nomination for a 2005 Academy Award.

Favorite Philadelphia restaurants: Osteria, Tinto, Vernick, Barclay Prime, Le Virtu, Vietnam and Vietnam
Favorite Philadelphia breakfast spot: Honey’s Sit N Eat
On your iPod: Ranges from The Doors to Bob Marley to Shakira
First concert attended: Beach Boys
Favorite player growing up: Bobby Orr
Favorite TV shows of all-time: Hogan’s Heroes, The Fugitive, 24
Favorite books: The Kite Runner, Book of Daniel
Favorite all-time movies: The Great Escape, The Godfather Part II
Favorite recent movie: Silver Linings Playbook
Favorite dog breeds: Bernese Mountain Dog, Wheaten Terrier

Under Lurie, the Eagles have a greater overall winning
percentage and appeared in more playoff games and
won more than any other ownership group in team history
Reg. Season
Jeffrey Lurie
1995-pres. 11-12 181-144-2 (.557)
Norman Braman
86-72-1 (.544)
Alexis Thompson
38-36-5 (.513)
James P. Clark
87-91-6 (.489)
Leonard Tose
96-129-6 (.429)
Jerry Wolman
28-41-1 (.407)
Bert Bell/Lud Wray 1933-40
19-65-3 (.236)

• Is the winningest owner in Eagles franchise history
• Eagles Youth Partnership earned the coveted 2011 Sport
Team of the Year award by Beyond Sport, a global organization that promotes, develops and funds the use of sport
to create positive social change across the world. They
were a finalist for that award in 2010
• Under his direction, the Eagles Go Green! Program was
launched and quickly became a ground-breaking initiative
aimed at improving the environment by creating programs
that improve the quality of life in the Philadelphia region,
green the environment and reduce the team’s impact on
the region’s resources
• Lurie’s Screen Pass Pictures served as executive producers of Inocente, which earned an Academy Award for Best
Short Documentary in 2013 and the 2010 documentary film
Inside Job which earned the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature
• Lurie is a director of the NLM Family Foundation, which
devotes much of its resources to autism research and education. NLM co-funded a short documentary film entitled
Autism Is A World that received nomination for a 2005
Academy Award

Don Smolenski
Howie Roseman



17th year in Philadelphia

15th year in Philadelphia


Don Smolenski, a longtime leader in the Eagles front office and a
veteran sports executive, was named the club’s president in June,
2012. His promotion capped a steady rise through the executive
ranks of the Eagles organization.
As president, Smolenski directs the club’s business and strategic efforts, including sales, marketing, communications and
operations. He is known for his collaborative, easygoing style,
financial acumen and long-term view and for playing a key role
in significant projects from the construction of Lincoln Financial
Field to the club’s internationally recognized environmental and
philanthropic programs.
During his first year as president, Smolenski infused energy
throughout the organization with his engaging leadership style.
He embarked on a two-year, $125 million revitalization plan to
Lincoln Financial Field and aided Eagles chairman Jeffrey Lurie
and general manager Howie Roseman on the team’s search for a
new head coach - a process that landed Oregon head coach Chip
Kelly. He also spearheaded a plan that relocated the team’s training camp to Philadelphia for the first time since 1943.
The stadium revitalization plan, like others, was a direct result
of his numerous conversations with Eagles fans, an initiative that
fuels Smolenski’s drive as one of the key stewards of the franchise.
Smolenski is also a driving force in the team’s environmental initiatives. Through its Go Green! program, the Eagles have
emerged as a leader in environmental stewardship. The team has
become a green leader in the sports industry through its conservation efforts, recycling programs, and use of renewable energy.
In fact, his efforts have made Lincoln Financial Field one of the
greenest sports stadium in the world with the installation of solar
panels and wind turbines in 2012.

In February of 2012, the Philadelphia Eagles kicked
off a two-year, $125 million project to revitalize Lincoln Financial Field and provide season ticket members and
fans with an enhanced gameday experience. Over the past two
seasons, LFF has seen several changes and additions made
that were direct results of feedback that the team received
from its fans. The Eagles teamed up with both Gensler Architecture and Turner Construction to develop and execute a plan
for the project that will be completed prior to the start of the
2014 season.
“We have had discussions with season ticket holders over the
past couple of seasons to find out what was important to them.
We listened and developed a plan of action. The revitalization
is a direct result of those conversations,” said Smolenski. “Our
main goal when we began this project was to dramatically enhance the gameday experience for our fans. They deserve an
exciting and fun experience and we are committed to that.”

General Manager

Howie Roseman is in his 15th season in Philadelphia and his fifth
as the Eagles general manager after being promoted to his current post on January 29, 2010. Roseman spent the previous two
seasons as the team’s vice president of player personnel.
Known as one of the most aggressive general managers in the
league, Roseman has earned a reputation for seeking any edge he
can find to field the best team.
Roseman oversees the college and pro scouting departments,
the team’s medical, equipment, video and player development
staffs, while serving as the steward of the salary cap.
He played a vital role assisting Eagles chairman Jeffrey Lurie
in the team’s search for a new head in 2013, which ultimately
brought renowned Oregon coach Chip Kelly east to Philadelphia.
“He’s one of the brightest young guys in the league,” said
Eagles chairman Jeffrey Lurie. “I’m very excited about what he
brings to the table. He has assembled an excellent team around
him. He’s meticulous in his evaluations. He has great relationships
with players, coaches and agents around the league.”
Over the last couple of years, Roseman has configured what
many observers have coined a strong scouting staff with a blend
of experienced scouts and a young core of talent.
“You have to give him a lot of credit for that, because there are
a lot of young guys who wouldn’t do that,” former NFL GM and
current Eagles senior football advisor Tom Donahoe said. “They’d
feel threatened by it. They would feel a little bit intimidated by it.
But Howie’s only interested in getting the best group of scouts that
he can. He values our opinion. We don’t always agree, but that’s
part of scouting.”

Over the last two years, Roseman has revamped the
Eagles scouting staff. Here’s a breakdown:
Tom Gamble ... Vice President of Player Personnel
Anthony Patch ... Director of College Scouting
Rick Mueller ... Director of Player Personnel
Tom Donahoe ... Senior Football Advisor
Ed Marynowitz ... Assistant Director of Player Personnel
Mike Bradway ... Assistant Director of College Scouting
Alec Halaby ... Special Assistant to the GM
Louis Clark ... Pro Scout
Michael Davis ... Midwest Area Scout
Trey Brown ... West Coast Area Scout
Alan Wolking ... Southeast Area Scout
Brad Obee ... Southwest Area Scout
Ryan Myers ... Northeast Area Scout
Matt Lindsey ... College Scouting Coordinator
Joe Hastings ... Pro Personnel Assistant




Nick Foles

3rd year



• A 2013 Pro Bowl selection, his 119.2 QB rating led the NFL and was the
3rd highest single-season mark in NFL history. Threw 27 touchdowns
and just two interceptions
• Is the Eagles all-time leader in QB rating (100.0) and comp. pct. (62.4)
• Became the 7th player in NFL history to throw 7 TDs in a game on November 2, 2013 at Oakland
• Set records for passing yardage and touchdowns at Westlake HS in Austin, TX, previously set by Drew Brees

Mark Sanchez

6th year



• The 5th overall selection in the 2009 draft, led the Jets to a berth in the
AFC Championship game during his first two NFL seasons
• Signed with Eagles in 2014 after missing the entire 2013 season due to
a shoulder injury
• Worked as a ball boy for Carson Palmer and his high school team at
Santa Margarita

Matt Barkley

2nd year



• The all-time leading passer in Pac-12 and USC history, he was a fouryear starter with the Trojans and was also a four-year starter at Mater
Dei High School
• While at USC, became friends with the late Louie Zamperini, star of the
best-selling book and motion picture Unbroken


LeSean McCoy

6th year



• A two-time All-Pro and Pro Bowl selection, led NFL in rushing in 2013
with a franchise-record 1,607 yards. In fact, became first Eagle to lead
league in rushing and scrimmage yards since 1947 (Steve Van Buren)
• Owns nine franchise records, including most rushing yards in a game
with 217 vs. Detroit in 2013. Ranks 4th in Eagles history in both rushing
yards and total yards from scrimmage
• He and Adrian Peterson are the only two-time winners of the FedEx
Ground player of the year honors
• Nicknamed “Shady” by his mother. “My mom said I was a shady baby.
One minute I’d be smiling, the next I’d be shy.”

Darren Sproles

10th year


Kansas State

• Acquired in a trade from New Orleans in 2014, leads the NFL in all-purpose yards since 2007. In fact, owns the NFL single-season record with
2,696 all-purpose yards in 2011
• Ranks 8th in NFL history in combined kick and punt return yardage
(9,964). Began NFL career with San Diego
• Earned the nickname “Tank” growing up because he was 10+ pound
baby ... wears jersey #43 in honor of his father Larry who wore that
number in high school and college

Chris Polk

3rd year



• Scored three touchdowns on just 11 carries in 2013, including one on his
first-career rushing attempt at Denver
• Also scored on his first rushing attempt as a 6-year old for the San
Bernardino Blackhawks. “From that moment on, my dream was to play


Jeremy Maclin

6th year



• Became 8th receiver in NFL history to have at least 55 receptions and
750 yards in his first four seasons
• His 258 catches were most ever by an Eagle in first four seasons
• Returned to action in 2014 after missing the previous season with a torn
ACL suffered in 2013 training camp
• Owns the Eagles record with 50 points for the team’s offseason basketball squad

Riley Cooper

5th year



• Took full advantage of his first opportunity to start in 2013 as he ranked
3rd in the NFL with a 17.8 yards/catch as he hauled in 47 passes for 835
yards and 8 touchdowns
• Signed a five-year contract in 2014 offseason
• Drafted twice by MLB teams (Phillies in 2006, Rangers in 2009)
16 Brad Smith

9th year



• Is the only player in NFL history to score a TD via kickoff return, reception, rushing, blocked punt and by throwing a pass
• Signed by the Eagles midway through 2013, was a 4th round pick of the
Jets in 2006 and played two seasons in Buffalo (2011-12)
• Worked as an intern for Men’s Health magazine during the last two

Jordan Matthews




• Completed his collegiate career as the SEC’s all-time leader in receptions (262) and yards (3,759)
• His cousin is Pro Football Hall of Fame WR Jerry Rice

Jeff Maehl

2nd year



• Acquired from Houston in 2013 preseason, caught four passes and one
touchdown in 16 games
• Topping his bucket list is playing golf in Ireland

Josh Huff




• Finished his career at Oregon ranked first in TD catches (24, tied with 3
others), 7th in yards (2,366) and 8th in receptions (144)
• The Houston, TX, native has a tattoo of the logos of the Astros, Texans
and Rockets

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