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The Philadelphia Eagles franchise originated in 1933 behind the financial backing of Bert Bell and Lud Wray after the Frankford Yellow Jackets went bankrupt halfway through the 1931 year. The Eagles joined the NFL as an expansion team ahead of the 1933 season, with Wray serving as head coach.
The team struggled in their early years as a franchise, though Bell proposed an idea that would revolutionize the game of football: an annual college draft that he believed would equalize talent across the league. Bell’s proposal is still followed today and is known as the NFL Draft.
The Philadelphia Eagles have won four NFL titles in their history, with their only Super Bowl victory coming in 2017 when the team took home a victory in Super Bowl LII. The Eagles also won titles in 1948, 1949 and 1960.
The Eagles are members of the National Football Conference (NFC) and play in the NFC East Division. The team has a longstanding rivalry with the New York Giants, which has been voted on as the number one rivalry of all-time in the NFL. The team also has rivalries with the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington Redskins, and a natural rivalry with cross-state foes, the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Eagles play their home games in Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, which was built in 2003. The stadium is also shared with the Temple Owls, and the annual Army-Navy game is frequently played at Lincoln Financial Field due to its proximity between both service academies.
In the long and storied history of the Philadelphia Eagles franchise, eleven long-time Eagles have been enshrined in the NFL Hall of Fame. Most recently, Brian Dawkins and Terrell Owens became Hall of Fame members, with Bert Bell, Chuck Bedarik and Reggie White being three of the most notable Eagles to be enshrined.
With second year quarterback Jalen Hurts taking over the quarterbacking duties after Carson Wentz’s departure, the Eagles will look to build around him. With offseason additions such as Ryan Kerrigan and Heisman winner Devonta Smith, the Eagles seem ready to get back to the playoffs after breaking their three-year streak that included a Super Bowl victory.
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