The Philadelphia Eagles franchise began in 1933 with the acquisition of the old Frankford Yellow Jackets by Bart Bell and Lud Wray for 2,500 U. S. dollars. In 2020, the team’s value is expected to be about 3.4 billion dollars.
In 2019, the Eagles averaged 69,796 fans per game at Lincoln Financial Field in South Philadelphia, where they play their home games. In the same year, the Eagles’ revenue was about $509 million, while their operating income was at $120 million.
The squad has participated in three Super Bowls till now, failing in each of the first two appearances. The Eagles won their first Super Bowl trophy in 2018, defeating the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII. Before the NFL’s merger with the AFL in 1970, the Eagles earned NFL titles in 1948, 1949, and 1960. The squad is also noted for its strong competition with the New York Giants, as well as a long-standing rivalry with the Washington Redskins.
Date: 1933 – present
Division: NFC East
Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field – Capacity: 69,796
Coach: Nick Sirianni
Chairman/CEO: Jeffrey Lurie
Awards & Honors: Super Bowl (2018)
Philadelphia Eagles Schedule 2021/22
Philadelphia Eagles Total 2021 Salary Cap
- Maximum Salary Cap: $206,998,775
- Active Contracts: $71,592,716
- Injured Reserve: $20,784,762
- Dead Cap: $62,823,125
- Total Cap: $188,917,523
- Est. Cap Space: $18,081,252
Who is the best player on the Philadelphia Eagles 2021?
According to the “Top 100 Players of 2021” rankings, Philadelphia Eagles defensive lineman Fletcher Cox is ranked No. 63 in the NFL.