Philadelphia Eagles


Experience Now


In 1991, I went undrafted out of Louisiana-Monroe. I was disappointed to go undrafted, but instead of letting it get me down, I went back to work and earned the opportunity to play 14 years in the NFL and be a part of a Super Bowl championship with the Green Bay Packers. I know what a special time your rookie year is for you and your family and I know first-hand what a great privilege it is to play in the NFL. As a former Eagles player, and now as the team’s head coach, I can tell you there is no better stage, and no greater thrill, than playing and winning in Philadelphia. Helping bring the first Super Bowl championship to the city in 2017 was an absolute honor and seeing the energy throughout the city as we made our run was truly remarkable.

The Eagles have a special tradition of an inclusive, familial atmosphere and a fundamental commitment to developing all players on the roster. It’s our goal to give everyone the opportunity to maximize their ability. Starting with Mr. Lurie, we pride ourselves on the special environment created here that emphasizes character, civic pride and winning football.

Three reasons this is an ideal place to play:
1. Our commitment to player development will maximize your opportunity to reach your full potential
2. Our sports science and medicine groups will create a holistic, personal approach to your conditioning
3. Our history shows that our investment in rookie players has paid off in roster spots and playing time

No one has greater respect than me for the sacrifices you have made and effort you have put forth to get to the doorstep of a career as a pro football player. The Eagles’ coaches and I are here to help you realize your potential, make you personally successful and help us continue to build on our winning culture. All I ask of you is to be fully present and accountable with them. The team comes first in everything we do here.

In 2017 we brought the Vince Lombardi Trophy home to Philadelphia for the first time in franchise history. But we are not satisfied. We are hungry for more and we believe that we have the foundation in place to be a perennial Super Bowl contender. We want you to be a part of that, and with your focus, preparation, precision and maximum effort, there is nothing this team can’t accomplish. I look forward to getting started with you!

Head Coach Doug Pederson


One of the NFL’s most storied franchises, the Philadelphia Eagles have had many of the league’s greatest and most iconic players. From past legends such as Chuck Bednarik and Steve Van Buren to stars of the modern era including Reggie White, Brian Dawkins and Donovan McNabb, the Eagles’ rich history resonates throughout the City of Philadelphia and has helped shape the current landscape of the league.


Jeffrey Lurie - Chairman/CEO

Driven by a tireless pursuit of a Super Bowl championship for the city of Philadelphia, Jeffrey Lurie has shaped the Eagles into one of the most successful organizations in professional sports on and off the field.


Don Smolenski - President

Don Smolenski, a long-time 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 one of the NFL’s premiere franchises.


Howie Roseman - EVP Football Operations

Howie Roseman, the team’s executive vice president of football operations, is in his 19th season in Philadelphia. Roseman was named 2017 Executive of the Year by the Pro Football Writers of America for his integral role in constructing the team’s Super Bowl LII-winning roster.


Doug Pederson - Head Coach

Boasting a wealth of NFL coaching and playing experience, Doug Pederson was named head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles in January 2016. During his eight-year NFL coaching career, he has helped lead his teams to the playoffs on four occasions. In just his second season as an NFL head coach, Pederson led the Eagles to a 13-3 regular-season record, an NFC East title, the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs and the first Super Bowl title in franchise history with a 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII.


Joe Douglas - Vice President of Player Personnel

Joe Douglas, who was hired by the Eagles as vice president of player personnel on May 11, 2016, comes to Philadelphia with 18+ plus years of NFL scouting experience. Douglas played an integral role in helping construct the team’s Super Bowl LII-winning roster.



Mike Groh

Offensive Coordinator

Jim Schwartz

Defensive Coordinator

Dave Fipp

Special Teams Coordinator

Eugene Chung

Assistant Offensive Line/Tight Ends/Run Game Coach

Phillip Daniels

Defensive Quality Control/Assistant Defensive Line Coach

Press Taylor

Quarterbacks Coach

Gunter Brewer

Wide Receivers Coach

Ken Flajole

Linebackers Coach

Matthew Harper

Assistant Special Teams Coach

Chris Wilson

Defensive Line Coach

Tim Hauck

Safeties Coach

Justin Peelle

Tight Ends Coach

Duce Staley

Assistant Head Coach/Running Backs

Jeff Stoutland

Offensive Line Coach/Run Game Coordinator

Spencer Phillips

Offensive Quality Control/Assistant Quarterbacks

Cory Undlin

Defensive Backs Coach

Dino Vasso

Defensive Quality Control/Assistant Secondary Coach

Carson Walch

Assistant Wide Receivers Coach

Trent Miles

Offensive Quality Control/Assistant Running Backs

Ryan Paganetti

Defensive Quality Control/Assistant Linebackers

T.J. Paganetti

Offensive Quality Control/Assistant Offensive Line

Rookie Success

The Eagles had 9 rookies play in regular season games last year.

Corey Clement (2017 UDFA) played in all 19 games (including postseason) as a rookie and recorded 616 scrimmage yards and 7 total TDs. Clement recorded 100 yards receiving and a TD catch in Super Bowl LII, marking the 3rd-most receiving yards by a RB in Super Bowl history and the 4th-most by any rookie in a Super Bowl. Clement became the first undrafted rookie with at least 2 TDs rushing and receiving in a season since Jed Collins (Saints) in 2011. In Week 9 vs. Denver, Clement notched 2 rushing TDs and 1 receiving TD to became the first Eagle to record 2+ rushing TDs and 1+ receiving TD in a game since Brian Westbrook in 2008.

Derek Barnett (2017 1st Rd) played in 18 games (including postseason) as a rookie and was named to the PFWA’s All-Rookie Team after finishing the season with 28 tackles, 6 sacks, 2 forced fumbles and 3 fumble recoveries. Barnett helped seal Super Bowl LII when he recovered a fumble on Brandon Graham’s fourth-quarter strip-sack of Patriots QB Tom Brady. In the 2017 NFC Championship Game, Barnett recorded a strip-sack of Vikings QB Case Keenum. Recorded two multi-sack games in primetime contests vs. Washington (10/23) and at Dallas (11/19).

Nathan Gerry (2017 5th Rd) played in 13 games (including postseason) and saw significant time on special teams (181 snaps in the regular season and 46 in the postseason).

Jake Elliott (2017 5th Rd/Practice Squad Signing) was signed by the Eagles from Cincinnati’s practice squad following a Week 1 injury to Caleb Sturgis. Less than two weeks after signing with the Eagles, Elliott connected on a franchise-record 61-yard FG to beat the New York Giants in Week 3, marking the longest FG ever by a rookie and tying for the 3rd-longest walk-off FG in NFL history. Elliott went on to set the record for most 50+ yard FGs (5) in a single season and tied David Akers (2004) for the most 40+ yard FGs (17) in Eagles single-season history. Converted 3 FGs in Super Bowl LII including a 46-yarder that gave the Eagles a 41-33 lead with 1:05 remaining.

Rasul Douglas (2017 3rd Rd) played in 14 regular-season games (5 starts) and all three of the team’s postseason contests. He finished his rookie year with the third-most passes defensed on the team (14) and added 39 tackles and 2 interceptions.

Mack Hollins (2017 4th Rd) played in all 19 games (including postseason) as a rookie and finished the year with 17 catches for 235 yards. He also hauled in a 64-yard touchdown catch in a Monday Night Football win against the Redskins (10/23). Hollins was also a key special teams player as a rookie and played the fifth-most special teams snaps during the regular season (232).


As an organization, we believe that long term sustainable success
on the field is dependent on investing time and resources in all players on the roster.
To meet this goal, it has established a world-class Player Development Program.

Targeting players in 4 key areas:





The Player Development Program is a multi-disciplinary approach making use of a variety of departments within the organization:

  • Coaching (additional coaches provided specifically for PDP)
  • Performance Science
  • Athletic Medicine
  • Strength and Conditioning
  • Performance Nutrition
  • Performance Psychology
  • Player Engagement

We recognize how precious a player’s time and career are and, within the constraints of the CBA, have built a program to maximize growth across all areas.

Our ultimate goal is to fill both short and longer term roster needs internally and give each player the full opportunity to maximize his NFL potential.




The Eagles have sold out
every year
since Lincoln Financial Field
first opened in 2003.

There are more than 7 million Eagles fans across the country including 4 million in the Philadelphia region. Fans in the Philly designated market area are 19% more likely than the national average to be an avid NFL fan.

The Eagles are the 6th-most nationally televised team in the NFL and Philadelphia is the 4th-largest television market in the US. The NFC East is home to three of the six most-televised teams and Eagles games are featured in prominent Prime Time television slots.


The City of Brotherly Love

Birth Place of America

- Independence Hall
- Signing of Declaration of Independance
- American Capital during Revolutionary War

City Attractions

- Valley Forge National Park
- Franklin Institute
- Boat House Row
- Rocky Steps


- Pleasant Summers
- Great Football Weather

City History

- The Liberty Bell
- Ben Franklin's Hometown


- Drexel University
- Temple University
- University of Pennsylvania

Unique Neighborhoods

- Center City
- Bella Vista
- Rittenhouse Square

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