The Philadelphia Eagles are your reigning Super Bowl Champions. 2017 was a special year for the city of Philadelphia as the Eagles won their first championship in franchise history. Even more remarkable, they did it without superstar quarterback Carson Wentz. Wentz tore his ACL in week 14 and was replaced by backup Nick Foles. Foles, once an NFL starter, played nothing less than exceptional leading the Eagles to a Super Bowl championship. General manager Howie Roseman was voted at Sporting News’ NFL Executive of the Year and has been widely praised for his work in constructing a well-balanced roster. Perhaps most importantly, Roseman has managed the salary cap well and the current Eagles roster should be primed for long-term success. Carson Wentz will return under center in 2018. With a healthy Wentz and the majority of last season’s roster returning, the Eagles should be the favorites to win the NFC East division. The Eagles traded speedster wide receiver Torrey Smith to the Carolina Panthers but replaced with an equally speedy Mike Wallace. Wallace will stretch the field for Wentz and serve as a nice compliment to Pro-Bowl wide receiver Alshon Jeffery and ascending wide receiver Nelson Agholor. Last season, second year pro Nelson Agholor looked every bit the elite player the Eagles thought they would get when selecting him with the 20th pick in the 2015 NFL draft. Also returning in 2018 is Wentz’s favorite target and security blanket, tight end Zach Ertz. With the emergence of Agholor, the Eagles passing attack in 2018 could be even better than it was last season.
The Philadelphia Eagles defense will be exciting to watch in 2018. In the offseason, the Eagles executed a huge trade for Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennet. Bennett further boasts a talented pass-rush featuring Fletcher Cox, Brandon Graham, and Derrek Barnett. This defense is anchored by an elite defensive line built around All-pro defensive tackle DT Fletcher Cox. The Eagles also added defensive tackle Haloti Ngata in free agency. Ngata is an excellent run defender. Defensive Coordinator Jim Schwartz has this unit playing at a high-level; they will look to replicate their success in 2018.
Suites and Special Events: Lincoln Financial Field features 4 different suite levels; Lower, Club, President’s Club and Red Zone. Suite sizes vary; however, most suites will accommodate 16-20 guests. Eagles luxury boxes come with VIP parking passes, preferred entry, club access, and premium catering options available for purchase. In 2018, Lincoln Financial Field will feature concerts by: Kenny Chesney, Taylor Swift, and Beyoncé and Jay-Z. The Linc will also play host to the 119th Army v. Navy college football game on December 8th, 2018. The Army-Navy game is routinely attended by the President and is always a sellout event.