Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long has decided to donate his game checks from the first six games of the season to fund two scholarships for students in Charlottesville, Va., through the Chris Long Foundation.
Defensive end Chris Long has decided not to retire and will return to the Philadelphia Eagles in 2018 after the team restructured his contract and guaranteed him $3 million for the upcoming year. ...read more
Eagles defensive end Chris Long stood with his arm around teammate Malcolm Jenkins during Jenkins' national anthem protest prior to the Eagles' second preseason game on Thursday. ...read more
Carson Wentz is finally healthy. Former Philadelphia Eagle Chris Long tells SI Now’s Amy Campbell he believes “The sky’s the limit,” for Wentz who is surrounded by playmakers on the offensive side of the ball. He also says it’s important for the offense to stay committed to the ...read more
Ezekiel Elliott continues to hold out from any football activities with the Dallas Cowboys. Former Philadelphia Eagle Chris Long tells SI Now's Amy Campbell that he believes Elliott has the upper hand in negotiations because he is what makes the Cowboys a legitimate Super Bowl ...read more
After his Philadelphia Eagles advanced to face New England in Super Bowl LII, former Patriot Chris Long was uniquely positioned to give his teammates some on-field tips. ...read more
Eagles teammates Malcolm Jenkins and Chris Long released statements after the NFL owners voted on an anthem policy requiring players to stand when on the field. ...read more
Former NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year recipient and two-time Super Bowl champion Chris Long spoke with SI Now’s Amy Campbell about the controversial topic of marijuana use in the NFL. Long strongly defended his marijuana usage and thinks the NFL should look into its place ...read more