Les Bowen has covered the Eagles since 2002. Before that, he covered the Flyers for 13 years. He came to the Daily News from the Charlotte Observer in May 1983, just as the Sixers were winning the NBA championship. He thought, "Gosh, this sort of thing must happen all the time here."

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Eagles get good injury news, for once, and look to get healthier during their bye week

Darius Slay and Malik Jackson left Sunday night's game but should be OK with the bye week to heal, Doug Pederson said.

Doug Pederson says Eagles offense and Carson Wentz can still be what fans expected when season began

A more stable lineup, as players return from injury, will settle down the QB and make the attack more consistent, Pederson says.

Eagles bumble and stumble before finding the right path to beating Cowboys, 23-9, thanks to Rodney McLeod

Carson Wentz was awful and the play-calling was worse, but the Eagles won anyway against the Cowboys on Sunday Night Football.

Eagles inactives included Lane Johnson; Jordan Mailata got the start at right tackle against Dallas

Third quarterback Nate Sudfeld is the onlThird quarterback Nate Sudfeld was the only healthy Eagles inactive for Sunday night’s game.

The Eagles will have tight end Dallas Goedert for Sunday night’s meeting with the Dallas Cowboys

Five Eagles are coming off injured reserve in time to take on the Cowboys.

Eagles' Travis Fulgham says that so far, defensive attention hasn’t gotten ‘too crazy’

Jalen Reagor's return ought to help keep Fulgham running free in the secondary.

Eagles get reinforcements as Jalen Reagor will play against the Cowboys, and Dallas Goedert is possible

The Birds will need to make roster moves to get the receivers back onto the 53-man roster.

Eagles vs. Cowboys: Our beat writers' predictions for the Week 8 game

It's unanimous for this Sunday night game. Our staff picks ...

Jordan Mailata says moving to right tackle, or to the bench, is ‘part of football,’ but Eagles fans might disagree

As injured veterans return, the Eagles might have to weigh developing young players against trying to win a bedraggled NFC East.

It isn’t Jim Schwartz’s favorite tool, but Eagles' Jalen Mills likes to blitz when opportunity knocks

Mills, a safety these days, enjoyed getting after Giants quarterback Daniel Jones and looks for more chances.