Inside somber (broken?) Eagles locker room after blowout Cowboys loss, and how players plan to turn it around

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Inside somber (broken?) Eagles locker room after blowout Cowboys loss, and how players plan to turn it around
Inside somber (broken?) Eagles locker room after blowout Cowboys loss, and how players plan to turn it around

ARLINGTON, Texas — Alshon Jeffery sat as his visiting locker at AT&T Stadium, his head down as a dozen reporters surrounded him. He remained seated, and slumped, for the duration of an interview that lasted less than two minutes. Malcolm Jenkins, the Eagles' defensive leader was nowhere to be found, his locker emptied before anyone could ask him a question. Nelson Agholor lingered at his locker past when most of the media had already left. He methodically changed into his postgame outfit and slipped on shoes, slowly, struggling to get the left one to fit right before he finally faced the cameras. Zach Ertz was choked up, close to tears, speaking about how he turns to his faith in times of peril.

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