Eli Manning is already impressing his teammates at training camp.
And not with his arm, obviously.
Manning sure can dance (not really, though) and he put his electric (but actually sad) moves on display in the locker room at Giants training camp.
Here's the video from safety Landon Collins' Snapchat.
Yeah, if Manning's passing is as good as his dancing this season, the Eagles shouldn't have to worry much about the Giants.
Chris Long knows how it feels to win a high-stakes game as an underdog.
On Friday night, Long experienced what it's like to suffer a devastating loss to an underdog.
Long's alma mater, Virginia, entered the NCAA Tournament as the No. 1 overall seed, but the Cavaliers are bowing out of the Big Dance much earlier than expected.
Virginia was not only upset by No. 16-seeded University of Maryland-Baltimore County, but blown out by the Retrievers, 74-54. UMBC, which was a 20.5-point underdog, became the first No. 16 seed ever to take down a No. 1 seed. Until Friday, No. 16 seeds were 0-135 in the tournament.
The Eagles' defensive end seemed to be taking the loss just as you would expect.
While Long couldn't appreciate the impressive upset effort, fellow underdog Lane Johnson certainly did.
Veteran defensive end Vinny Curry has been released by the Eagles in a cap-saving measure, and he made sure to let Philadelphia know how special it was to be part of the team that gave the city its first Super Bowl title.
He posted this emotional tribute on Instagram, which details his long history with Philadelphia. Curry was a lifelong Eagles fan from New Jersey, so it was particularly special for him to bring the Lombardi Trophy home.
This is what he posted on his official Instagram page.
Curry and the Eagles failed to agree to a pay cut, but it looks like there will be no bad blood between Philly and Flee. In the post he thanks the team, coaches and fans while staying positive about his future.
We’re not crying, it’s just dusty in here.