Eagles announce single-game tickets, including new VIP experience


Philadelphia Eagles fans have a bad reputation, but they are some of the most docile in professional sports.

The Philadelphia Eagles will go on sale for one game on Tuesday, June 7 at 10 a.m. There is a limit of four games per household and the team encourages fans to tune in. ticket master early due to high demand.

Fans will have access to purchase all 10 home games at Lincoln Financial Field, which includes one preseason contest and nine regular season games. Philadelphia Hosts the following opponents: Minnesota (September 19), Jacksonville (October 2), Dallas (October 16), Pittsburgh (October 30), Washington (November 14), Green Bay (November 27), Tennessee (December 4), New Orleans (January 1), New York Giants (January 8).

The Eagles will also host a public training camp at the Linc on Aug. 7 at 7 p.m. These tickets will sell for $10 each, with the option to purchase an upgraded VIP ticket for $25. This includes a “special experience on the pitch before training begins”, according to a press release. Parking is free. All proceeds benefit the Eagles Autism Foundation.

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Eagles set training camp start date

Everyone knew that the Eagles training camp was going to start at the end of July. There is now an official date. The team has announced that the players are due to report on Tuesday, July 26. The exact dates and times of all practice sessions will be released at a later date. The preseason begins August 12 with a home game against the New York Jets at 7:30 p.m.

A lot of guys worked with personal trainers and at skills academies throughout the offseason. It’s something the coaching staff encourages to break the monotony.

“And all these guys have a routine,” offensive coordinator Shane Steichen said. “Some guys are in different places, but they all have a routine so they make sure they’re in top shape when they come back to work to start training camp. I don’t worry about that. These guys are professionals and they will be ready to go to training camp.

Eagles announce front office changes

A slew of front office hirings and layoffs have leaked to the press since the 2022 NFL Draft. The Eagles formalized all movements on June 3, when they released key title changes to the football operations and scouting departments.

The most notable names changing chairs were Jon Ferrari and Alec Halaby who will share the role of deputy general manager. Halaby, of course, is the highly regarded Harvard graduate known as an analytics assistant. It is widespread to have the ear of general manager Howie Roseman and team owner Jeffrey Lurie.

Meanwhile, longtime security chief Dom DiSandro received the title of Senior Advisor to the General Manager/Chief Security Officer. It’s a nice promotion for a guy Roseman called by name after the draft.

“There’s nobody better in the National Football League than Dom DiSandro to get to the bottom of the guys and understand the guys and talk to the guys and understand who are risks and who’s a good fit for this team,” Roseman said on April 20. “He knows our team from front to back. He knows the players who fit our culture, our team and our city.”