Posts Tagged ‘jeff lurie’

18 Game Season: Too Much or Just Right?

A common conversation across the NFL has been the transition from 16 regular season games to 18. Jeffrey Lurie gave his ‘State of the Eagles’ statement today and was asked questions about this topic. When asked, Lurie fully supported the move from a regular season with 16 games to 18 games. He noted that the […]

Jeff Lurie’s Wife Wanted Michael Vick on the Roster

Writer Michael David Smith says that the owners of the Eagles Jeff Lurie and his wife Christina Lurie usually leave the decisions up to Mr. Lurie. However, when Michael Vick was released from prison for his time served for the dog fighting, Mrs. Lurie went to bat for him. The Philadelphia Inquirer’s series that focused […]

Do You Care Who Runs the Show for the Eagles?

There has been a lot of talk the past week about the decision making in the Eagles organization. Guys like Andy Reid, Jeff Lurie, Joe Banner, and Howie Roseman all have decision making power, but there has been some question as to who gets to make the final calls. I’m sure they would all love […]

GM Heckert Meets with the Falcons

Eagles general manager Tom Heckert was in Atlanta Monday interviewing for the vacant GM position.  The 40-year-old Heckert met with Falcons owner Arthur Blanks, who is looking to replace Rich McKay.  Heckert has been with the Eagles since 2001 and became the GM in July 2006.  While he holds the title of general manager, all […]