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How you can get your own Eagles Super Bowl ring

How you can get your own Eagles Super Bowl ring

The Eagles finally got their Super Bowl rings in a private ceremony in South Philly on Thursday night. 

Unless you moonlighted as a player on the roster last season, you’re not going to get the ring that has the full 219 diamonds and 17 rare green sapphires. 

But that doesn’t mean you can’t get a piece of Super Bowl jewelry to match the players. 

Jostens, the company that the Eagles used to design the rings, has a full collection of Eagles’ Super Bowl jewelry out right now. The only place to purchase this stuff is on the company's website and it’s all not cheap. 

If you act quickly, you can purchase one that Jostens says is “the closest ring ever offered in the National Football League to any professional team's award ring.” There are a limited number available — 127 for the total of the jersey numbers in the Philly Special (88+30+9=127) and it has 2.5 carats of diamonds. It’ll only run you just over $11,000. 

If that’s understandably out of your price range, there’s a different ring with your choice of 48 diamonds or cubic zirconias that starts at $649. 

The other men’s products: 

Eagles tag: $399
Eagles signet ring: $219
Eagles band ring: $219
Championship cufflinks: $219
Championship paperweight: $169
Championship keyring: $29

There’s a women’s collection too. That includes rings, pendants, bracelets and earrings. 

Eagles charm necklace: $649
Elite fan ring top pendant: $649
Women’s elite ring: $449
Eternity pendant: $299
Championship charm bracelet: $749
Championship bangle: $299
Fly Eagles Fly bar necklace: $219
Championship earrings: $219
Fly Eagles Fly bar earrings: $199
Disc pendant: $199
Eagles drop earrings: $199
Championship charm necklace $199

There are also individual charms for sale too. 

Remember, if these are Christmas presents, the Eagles could very well be on their way to a second championship. 

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Roob Knows Podcast: One of the worst losses in team history

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Roob Knows Podcast: One of the worst losses in team history

On this edition of Roob Knows, Reuben Frank and Dave Zangaro recap the debacle in New Orleans. 

Who should own the most responsibility for the loss? Are there coaches already on the hot seat?

Roob gives some rather forgettable stats. However, is there hope for a division title with the injury to Alex Smith?

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1:00 - What happened?
6:00 - Doug Pederson and Mike Groh overmatched without Frank Reich?
11:00 - Saints were playing "When the Saints Go Marching In" often.
13:00 - Alarming lack of takeaways from the defense.
17:00 - Doug deserves most of the blame.
22:00 - Carson Wentz deserves criticism.
28:30 - With Alex Smith gone for the season, do the Eagles have a shot at the division?
34:00 - Some forgettable stats from Sunday's loss.
39:30 - How was New Orleans?

Eagles Injury Update: Reports on all half a dozen injured Birds

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Eagles Injury Update: Reports on all half a dozen injured Birds

The Eagles are hurting emotionally and physically, Doug Pederson said, after their 48-7 loss to the Saints in New Orleans. 

Let’s dive into the physical portion now. 

Six Eagles left Sunday’s game early with injuries. Pederson was asked about all of them in a rapid-fire question to start his Monday morning press conference. 

“That’s a big list,” he said. “Big list, big list, big list.”

Here are those updates: 

• Long snapper Rick Lovato suffered a concussion and is in the NFL’s concussion protocol 

• Jordan Hicks (calf) is week to week

• Sidney Jones (hamstring) is week to week 

• Avonte Maddox (knee) is day to day 

• Rasul Douglas (knee) is day to day

• Jason Kelce (elbow) is “fine” 

Even though Pederson said Maddox is day to day, that’s somewhat hard to believe. Maddox’s injury looked nasty and he was seen walking away from the building Monday morning with a significant limp. 

Normally, when Pederson calls someone “week to week,” they’re going to miss some time. That’s where Hicks and Jones are. Pederson said Jones had healed completely from his hamstring injury but suffered a new injury. 

If Lovato can’t play this coming Sunday, linebacker Nate Gerry is the team’s backup. He long-snapped in college and was warming up on the sideline Sunday night. 

In light of the rash of injuries, Pederson was asked about his trust in the team’s medical staff. Pederson was defensive about this topic and said there’s “no problem.”

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