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6dTim McManus

Eagles surprise fired employee with SB ring

A former Philadelphia Eagles executive assistant, who was fired by former coach Chip Kelly, was presented with a Super Bowl ring during the team's ring ceremony on Thursday.

Eagles unveil Super Bowl rings (1:00)
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6dTim McManus

Eagles' rings feature 219 diamonds, 17 sapphires

The Philadelphia Eagles gathered to receive their championship rings Thursday night and no detail was overlooked. Made of pure 10-karat white gold, each contained a total of 219 diamonds and 17 green sapphires.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

A first look at the Eagles Super Bowl ring. There is a waterfall of 127 diamonds paying tribute to the "Philly Special" — 127 represents the sum of the jersey numbers of the three players who handled the ball post-snap. (Photo courtesy of the Eagles.)

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Malcolm Jenkins' signs turned into t-shirts. "You aren't listening" gear hanging up at defensive backs stalls following Wednesday practice.

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9dTim McManus

DE Bennett logs first practice with Eagles

Michael Bennett was in attendance Tuesday for the start of the Eagles' mandatory minicamp, and he appeared eager to keep the focus on the football field following a turbulent few months off it.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles RT Lane Johnson doesn't agree with all of Doug Pederson's messaging. Pederson said it's time to "rip off the dog masks and no longer be the underdog, but be the hunted, have that target on our back." Johnson disagrees with the "hunted" portion of the mentality.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles QB Carson Wentz still knocking the rust off, intercepted by S Rodney McLeod during red zone drills on first day of minicamp. Follows that up with a bullet TD throw to Nelson Agholor. Most important thing is he continues to ramp up his participation in front of training camp.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles minicamp starts today and DE Michael Bennett is in the house. The veteran was not in attendance for a good portion of spring workouts, but the coaching staff believes he'll adapt quickly. (Photo from Bennett's Instagram.)

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts coach Frank Reich and former Eagles offensive coordinator Frank Reich on the criticism Philadelphia players have received after the Super Bowl champions were disinvited to the White House: "My experience with those players is the one thing that certainly can't be questioned is their character. Starting with Malcolm (Jenkins). He is of the highest character, one of the true pros I've ever been around in the short time I was with him. That whole team was very high character players. I think they're trying to handle their business the right way."

Young begs Owens to reconsider attending HOF induction (2:14)

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

"I'm tired of the narrative being about the anthem, about the White House." Malcolm Jenkins explains why he used signs to communicate with reporters Wednesday during a conversation with ESPN.

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14dTim McManus

Jenkins 'tired' of anthem narrative, hence signs

After Malcolm Jenkins held up signs highlighting social justice facts in lieu of speaking to the media, the Eagles safety broke his silence in an interview with ESPN: "I'm tired of the narrative being about the anthem, about the White House or whatever."

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15dJamison Hensley

Eagles' Jenkins lets his signs do the talking

A day after the White House disinvited the Eagles, Malcolm Jenkins responded with a series of handwritten signs instead of answering reporters' questions.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards233.613th
Rushing Yards132.23rd
Points For28.63rd
Points Against18.44th