The 2016 Season: 11,188 Miles In The Making

The 2017 schedule will be revealed Thursday night at 8 p.m. We know where the Eagles will play this upcoming season away from Lincoln Financial Field - Carolina, Dallas, Kansas City, Los Angeles (twice!), New York, Seattle, and Washington. Last season, the Eagles ventured 11,188 miles to reach their opponents. This season, the team could potentially log more than 20,000 miles. Here's a behind-the-scenes look at how the Eagles travel.

Farthest 2016 Opponent: Seattle Seahawks

Method of Transportation: Plane

Miles Roundtrip: 4,762

Closest 2016 Opponent: New York Giants

Method of Transportation: Bus

Miles Roundtrip: 170

This past season, the Eagles even took the train to face one of their NFC East rivals.

Opponent: Washington Redskins

Method of Transporation: Train

Miles Roundtrip: 228

Average Road Game Trip: 1,398.5 Miles

Miles Roundtrip to Dallas: 2,626

Date: October 30, 2016

Linebacker Mychal Kendricks heads to the team bus at the NovaCare Complex.

Miles Roundtrip to Chicago: 1,330

Date: September 19, 2016

Center/guard Josh Andrews makes his way through the team hotel.

Miles Roundtrip to Cincinnati: 1,006

Date: December 4, 2016

Cornerback Jalen Mills boards the bus.

Miles Roundtrip to Detroit: 888

Date: October 9, 2016

Tackle Jason Peters and defensive end Vinny Curry wait for the plane to take off.

Miles Roundtrip to Baltimore: 178

Date: December 18, 2016

Quarterback Carson Wentz arrives in Baltimore.

Photography: Jenn Pirri, Drew Hallowell, Brian Garfinkel, Ed Mahan, and Kiel Leggere

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