The Eagles Encyclopedia (Google eBook)
In the City of Brotherly Love, no team tugs at the hearts and weighs on the minds of fans more than the Philadelphia Eagles. But, much more than a local obsession, the Eagles are also one of football's most storied franchises. Amply illustrated with 200 photos of the players, coaches, fans, and the stadiums in which the team has played, The Eagles Encyclopedia recounts the greatest moments in the team's history, and brings to life the men who helped create modern football.
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The Front Office
The Golden Years 194849 1960 1980
The Super Century 20002005
The Hall of Fame
Eagles Fans Portrait in Passion
Stats Records AllTime Roster and Draft
16 games All-Pro Angeles Rams Atlanta ball Bergey Bill Birthplace Bobby Braman Brocklin Brookshier Brown career Carolina catches Chicago Bears Chicago Cardinals choice obtained choice traded Chuck Bednarik Cleveland College consecutive cornerback Cowboys Dallas Date W/L Score defensive end Dick Vermeil Donovan McNabb draft pick Eagles won end zone field goal finished football franchise Franklin Field going Green Bay halfback Hall of Fame Harold Carmichael head coach interceptions Jerry Jurgensen kick kickoff Kuharich league linebacker Louis Lurie Mike Minnesota NFC East offense Pittsburgh play players Pro Bowl punt quarterback Randall Cunningham Redskins Reggie White regular season returned Retzlaff Ron Jaworski rookie rushing Ryan sacks Snead Steelers Steve Van Buren Super Bowl tackle team's Texas tight end told Tommy McDonald touchdown touchdown passes Veterans Stadium W/L Score Opponent Washington week Wilbert Montgomery Wolman yards York Giants
Page 9 - The players must be not only absolutely honest; they must be above suspicion." Thereafter the commissioner campaigned for Federal and State laws making it illegal to offer a bribe to an athlete; he reported in November 1948 that all except one of the States in which his league had teams had passed such a law. (In mid-July 1950 Bell ended the suspension of Filchock.) The club owners in January 1947 adopted an amendment to the league's constitution, written by Bell, giving the commissioner...