While much has changed in the decade since the original publication of The Eagles Encyclopedia, the passion of Eagles fans has only grown stronger. That's why author Ray Didinger revised, updated, and expanded his history of the team with The New Eagles Encyclopedia. Didinger presents a year-by-year history of the franchise from its inception in 1933 through the 2013 season. There are profiles of more than 100 players, past and present, as well as every head coach and owner along with dozens of new photographs and stats, stats, and more stats. The New Eagles Encyclopedia includes:* More player profiles including new entries on Nick Foles, LeSean McCoy and Michael Vick.* The end of the Andy Reid era and the arrival of Chip Kelly.* Expanded chapters on Eagles in the Hall of Fame and other milestone moments.* Summaries of every post-season game.* A new chapter on the Eagles-Cowboys rivalry. An essential addition to every fan's bookshelf, The New Eagles Encyclopedia is the definitive information source on the Philadelphia Eagles. This book is not sanctioned by the NFL or its teams.
Publisher: Temple University Press,U.S.
Number of pages: 440
Weight: 1429 g
Dimensions: 276 x 213 x 916 mm
"[A] masterwork... vastly entertaining...the most readable history of the team ever done."-Philadelphia Inquirer
"This is the definitive book for any Easgles fans." -The Philadelphia Daily News