Why this game is intriguing: The death march continues for the Eagles, regardless of who starts at quarterback. Nick Foles wasn't the answer last Sunday, but he still might get one more shot to win over the hearts of the Philadelphia faithful, who yelled so loudly for him for weeks. Michael Vick's concussion was, in fact, significant. The only questions regarding the job status of coach Andy Reid seem to be when and how, with the only caveat being the possibility that Foles is something special for the noted guru to work with. Perhaps this is Foles' time.
Aaron Rodgers, Packers dilemma expected to last until start of training camp
There have been no significant developments in the Aaron Rodgers saga for some time now. Thursday marked the end of Packers OTAs, which means the reigning MVP was MIA for the entirety of the team's offseason program. Ian Rapoport reports that a resolution, whatever it might be, likely won't be reached until late July.
Honoring Juneteenth: Former NFL RB Warrick Dunn's commitment to changing lives unwavering
Learning about Juneteenth and the 1921 Tulsa race massacre has helped Warrick Dunn gain a greater appreciation for why his charity work is more crucial than ever right now, the former NFL RB tells Steve Wyche.
Chiefs G Laurent Duvernay-Tardif among finalists for ESPN Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award
Chiefs offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, who opted out of the 2020 NFL season to work on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic in his native Canada, is among the finalists for the ESPN Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award.