10 Eagles records that are unlikely to be broken any time soon, one that will never be topped

Records are made to be broken, but a few Eagles benchmarks are safe for a while. Here are ten and a special tip of the cap to one that will never fall.
Harold Carmichael, Philadelphia Eagles
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Harold Carmichael and LeSean McCoy's place in Eagles lore is secure.

Harold Carmichael is one of the best to ever do it and is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. LeSean McCoy has been mentioned as someone who has a legitimate argument for enshrinement at Canton. We'll see how the voters feel as time goes on.

LeSean McCoy's career rushing yards total (6,792 yards)

One man stands alone as the Eagles' standard bearer for career rushing yards. LeSean McCoy collected 6,792 rushing yards during six brilliant seasons. Wilbert Montgomery ranks second (6,538). Here's something to think about.

With the revolving door Philly often features at tailback, when might we see another runner spend six seasons with the Eagles again? Yeah... Shady's mark is safe for a while!

Harold Carmichael's career receptions total (589)

Carmichael is the Eagles' all-time leader in career receiving yards and career receptions. Longtime Eagles tight end Zach Ertz climbed the ladder for just under nine NFL seasons. He needed 11 snags to pass Carmichael's franchise record of 589 career grabs, and if we're being honest, if Zach didn't take the torch, it's probably safe to assume this is one of the marks that will stand for a while.

Dallas Goedert could be someone worth wagering on. He, however, has a ways to go as he enters the 2023-2024 NFL season with 341 catches. DeVonat Smith and A.J. Brown own 159 catches and 88 catches, respectively.