" />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteBleeding Green Nationa Philadelphia Eagles communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsEaglesOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Eagles StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Eagles NewsYahoo Eagles Team PageYahoo Eagles ReportYahoo Eagles Depth ChartYahoo Eagles TransactionsYahoo Eagles PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Miles Sanders will be wearing No. 26 with the EaglesNew Alshon Jeffery Jersey ,40commentsThere you have it.EDTShareTweetShareShareMiles Sanders will be wearing No. 26 with the EaglesPhoto by Scott Taetsch/Getty ImagesNew Eagles running back Miles Sanders announced he’ll be wearing the No. 26 jersey with Philadelphia. The following image comes via his official Instagram account:Sanders wore No. 24 at Penn State but that number is currently occupied by Jordan Howard. I wonder if we’ll see a LeSean McCoy situation here where Sanders switches his jersey number after his rookie season. Shady went from wearing No. 29 to No. 25. Howard could easily be gone after 2019 so Sanders might be tempted to switch to No. 24 in 2020. Or Sanders could stick with the number that he now shares with his former college teammate: New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley. No. 26 is a good look for Sanders. I’m sure the 2019 second-round pick’s jersey will become a pretty popular purchase for Philly fans, especially if he’s able to live up to his potential. The last Eagles player to wear No. 26 was Jay Ajayi in 2018. Ajayi originally wore No. 36 after being acquired mid-season in 2017 but he switched numbers last year. Ajayi is currently a free agent and he’s obviously not expected to return to Philly.The Eagles have yet to officially announce new jersey numbers for all of their offseason acquisitions. The ones we do know include:DeSean Jackson —> No. 10Jordan Howard —> No. 24Miles Sanders —> No. 26Vinny Curry —> No. 75Andre Dillard —> No. 77Malik Jackson —> No. 97We’ll likely have more important jersey number news when the Eagles begin their rookie minicamp next week on Friday, May 10. ATLANTA (11-7) at PHILADELPHIA (16-3)Thursday, 8:20 p.m. ET, NBCOPENING LINE – Eagles by 4 1/2RECORD VS. SPREAD – Atlanta 8-10, Philadelphia 13-5-1SERIES RECORD – Eagles lead 19-14-1LAST MEETING – Eagles beat Falcons 15-10, NFC divisional playoff http://www.eagleslockerroom.com/authentic-lane-johnson-jersey , Jan. 13AP PRO32 RANKING – Falcons No. 8, Eagles No. 1FALCONS OFFENSE — OVERALL (8), RUSH (13), PASS (8).FALCONS DEFENSE — OVERALL (9), RUSH (9), PASS (12).EAGLES OFFENSE — OVERALL (7), RUSH (3) Womens Nelson Agholor Jersey , PASS (13).EAGLES DEFENSE — OVERALL (4), RUSH (1), PASS (17).STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES – Eagles were underdog as No. 1 seed in divisional-round win over Falcons. … Falcons averaged 22.1 points per game and allowed 19.7 in 2017. … Falcons averaged 364.8 yards per game and allowed 318.4 and 5.93 yards per play, second highest in franchise history. … Falcons QB Matt Ryan completed 64.6 percent of passes for 4,095 yards, 20 TDs Zach Ertz Jersey , 12 picks and 91.4 passer rating. … RB Devonta Freeman had 865 yards rushing and seven TDs. … WR Julio Jones caught 88 passes for 1,444 yards and three TDs. … Freeman and Jones were held out of preseason games. …RB Tevin Coleman had 927 scrimmage yards and eight TDs. … Falcons’ defense ranked in the top 10 in total yards and scoring for first time since 1998. … LB Deion Jones had three picks. … LB Vic Beasley Jr., had two sacks and forced fumble in last meeting. … Keanu Neal led NFC safeties with 113 tackles. … K Matt Bryant made 34 of 39 field goals (87.2 percent) and all 35 extra-point tries. … Eagles coming off first Super Bowl victory in franchise history. … Doug Pederson tries to become fourth head coach in team history to win three straight season openers. … Eagles 15-3 at home since 2016. … Philly finished with second-most points (463) in team history in 2017. … Eagles tied for first in NFL in point differential (plus 162), led league in rush defense (79.2 yards per game) and ranked first in NFC in turnover differential (plus 11). … Eagles averaged 28.6 points per game and allowed 18.4. Averaged 365.8 yards per game and allowed 306.5. … QB Nick Foles was 5-1 filling in for Carson Wentz. Foles was Super Bowl MVP and will start Thursday with Wentz still recovering from knee injury. … RB Jay Ajayi had 873 yards rushing and one TD combined with Dolphins and Eagles. … TE Zach Ertz had 74 catches for 824 yards and eight TDs. … DE Brandon Graham had 9 1/2 sacks in regular season and strip-sack to seal Super Bowl win. … K Jake Elliott made 26 of 31 field goals (83.8 percent) and 39 of 42 extra points. … Fantasy Tip: Jones has 500 yards receiving vs. Eagles in past four games, including nine catches for 101 yards with 16 targets in playoff game.