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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Harbaugh said both coaches interviewed for Eagles jobs but have removed their names from consideration.

Eagles DBs coach Cory Undlin named Lions’ defensive coordinator

It's a surprise twist for Eagles fans who expected the much-maligned defensive backfield coach to be fired.

Malik, the other Jackson whose early injury affected the Eagles, and Fletcher Cox will regroup in 2020

The pass rush plan got scrambled in the season's first game. Now the could-be dynamic duo awaits 2020.

Eagles’ Josh McCown played the second half against Seattle with torn hamstring

McCown, 40, playing for the first time since October, suffered an injury that requires six months of post-surgery rehab.

With Pederson running the Eagles offense, it’s hard to gauge what a new coordinator might bring

How much will an innovator be allowed to innovate? Might the hire come from within, again?

Eagles’ roster and organization’s approach will be changing, Howie Roseman says

The general manager said he kept the 2017 core group together as long as he could, but the team needs to get younger and faster.

Doug Pederson won’t dwell on Jadeveon Clowney’s hit on Carson Wentz

“It’s unfortunate,” Pederson said Wedneday. "Did I feel like it was potentially an illegal hit? It’s possible. But listen, it’s part of our game. It happens. It gets missed."

It was a tough way to end the season, but Eagles’ Boston Scott established himself as an NFL player

Scott and a few other practice squad alums helped push the Eagles into the playoffs. They ought to provide spark and depth in 2020.

Eagles aftermath: Two years post-Super Bowl LII, Malcolm Jenkins and other vets ponder moving on

Jenkins says he will not return under his present contract. Jason Peters is among 15 pending free agents, Zach Ertz wonders how long he fits the plans.

Jason Peters’ contract is up, but the Eagles’ all-time great tackle says he’ll play somewhere at age 38

Peters, who turns 38 on Jan. 22, said after Sunday’s wild card round playoff loss to Seattle that he definitely wants to play one more year, and probably two. He indicated that if the Eagles don’t want him, he’ll move on.