Why I didn’t see an OTA on Wednesday

The Washington Post has reported that it was only a matter of time before a live stream of the Eagles game was made available.

The Eagles’ Thursday night game against the Chicago Bears was postponed because of a possible weather delay, and that could happen again.

The team is scheduled to take on the Chicago Cardinals in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday.

Here’s what you need to know about the postponed game.

1.

The game was postponed due to weather The game is set to take place at 2 p.m.

ET (6 p.l.) on Thursday.

That’s three hours after the game was originally scheduled to be played.

Eagles coach Chip Kelly was asked by reporters if there was anything that would keep the game from going on the scheduled Thursday.

“Not right now,” Kelly said.

“We’ll have to wait and see.”

2.

It could happen in a few days Eagles fans can expect to see an Eagles game live stream.

The schedule doesn’t have any game time information on it, so there is no guarantee the game will be on the streaming service.

But if the game is scheduled for a Thursday night, the game could take place on Thursday and then the next day.

Kelly and the Eagles will likely have a live feed on the team’s official website.

The next day, fans will have to use a smartphone app to get the live stream if they want to watch the game.

That app will be available in the App Store and Google Play.

3.

The live stream will be in Korean There is a possibility the game might not be available on the Eagles’ official website, but a streaming app will likely allow fans to watch in Korean.

Kelly said in a press conference Tuesday that the team plans to have the live feed available in Korean for Korean fans.

The last time the Eagles were in Korean was in 2012.

There are currently no plans to use that location to broadcast the game in any other language.

4.

The games are scheduled to start at 6:30 p.s.m., but Kelly said the team is still hoping to make the game available later.

The delay will probably not be as bad as it looks.

The NFL’s delay policy allows for up to seven days to make a game available.

That means a delay is not necessarily a reason for fans to avoid the game, but fans should be wary.

It’s also possible that the game won’t be available at all on the live streaming service, but will instead be streamed on the NFL Network.

5.

The teams were already planning to do it A few weeks ago, the Eagles and Eagles fans were planning to put on a “Korean BBQ and a Korean Game” at their home stadium.

It was originally slated to be held at the stadium and a special Eagles jersey giveaway was held on the field before the game itself.

Kelly told reporters that the teams were trying to figure out how to make it work, but it could be a while before the fans get to see the game live.

6.

It is possible the delay will be a bit longer than seven days The Eagles have not made any official plans to make their game available on any other platforms.

But Kelly said Tuesday that it is possible that a delay will end up being longer than that.

“You know, we’ve got a great relationship with the NFL and we’re going to see what happens,” Kelly told a group of reporters at a media event.

“And I think if we’re not going to make an official announcement about it, it would be better to be more open and more forthcoming.”

7.

The two teams are in different cities The Eagles will be playing their regular season opener against the New York Giants at Lincoln Financial Field.

The NFC Championship game will take place in Philadelphia on Sunday, Jan. 5 at 8 p.t.

Kelly has said that he wants to have a game at Lincoln on Sunday to keep fans excited.

Kelly did say that he is looking at bringing a game to Chicago, but he hasn’t announced the location yet.

Kelly was also asked if he would like to see a game in Philadelphia during his tenure in Chicago.

“I would love to,” Kelly replied.

“The fact that we’re here at Lincoln, and it’s a really, really good stadium, I’m sure it would draw more people to Lincoln.”