11 Twitter Accounts You’ll Follow If You Call Yourself an Eagles Fan

After a long off-season full of ups and downs, the Eagles kick off the regular season this month. To help you stay on top of all the breaking news, inside scoops and hilarious memes throughout the season, we’ve put together this list of must-follow Twitter accounts for Philly football junkies.

Eagles Insider
Your inside track to exclusive Eagles coverage, brought to by the Eagles Insider himself, Dave Spadaro (he took over this account in late August). Spadaro also answers tons of fan questions, so send your need-to-know inquiries his way.


Brandon Lee Gowton
This credentialed Eagles reporter is also the manager and editor-in-chief of @BleedingGreen, so you’re guaranteed to get great, up-to-the-minute details on the team…And some shots at the Dallas Cowboys, of course.


Ron Jaworksi
You’d be remiss not to follow Jaws – the ESPN NFL analyst Tweets about the Eagles and the 2016 Arena Football League World Champions Philadelphia Soul. It’s a double-dose of Philly football.


Eagles Fan Problems
The good, the bad and the ugly of being a Philadelphia Eagles fan – it’s all here. Follow for the camaraderie, not to mention the hilarious commentary.


 Tommy Lawlorn
One of the sharpest minds on the Eagles Message Boards, Lawlor delivers amazing perspective on the Eagles. He’s also an amateur football scout, so you’ll get the scoop on the next big players, before they make it in the big-time.


Carson Wentz
Fans have only seen the No. 2 overall pick in a few plays, but they feel like they know him thanks to the quarterback’s personable tweets – whether they be about his dinner, his dog – or that time he locked himself in the bathroom.


Merrill Reese
The beloved play-by-play voice of the Eagles just joined Twitter this summer, but he’s making up for lost time with his insights. And if you’re like us, you’ll read all his tweets in his voice.


Rodney McLeod
Eagles first-year safety McLeod is already hard at work proving himself in Philly – he often tweets inspirational messages about working hard and getting to know the place he now calls home.

And follow him on Instagram as well to get a good idea of his wry, in-your-face sense of humor:



Eagles Care
Super fans (like you) follow their team both on and off the field. Eagles Care gives you a glimpse into all the awesome things the Eagles players, coaches and other staff members are doing to share the love.


McManus was just hired as the ESPN  Eagles beat reporter (he’s also a contributor to 97.5 The Fanatic). His tweets pull no punches – it’s always straight from the coach’s mouth to his keyboard.


Crossing Broad
Sports journalism – definitely not. But Crossing Broad is enormously entertaining in the irreverent way blogger Kyle Scott takes on the not-so-finer moments of Philadelphia sports. Conspiracy theory fan? This is the Twitter account for you.


You can also find all the Eagles players on Twitter here.

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