Too bad McNabb is a longshot for Pro Bowl | Philadelphia Daily News | 12/17/2009
Donovan McNabb went to the Pro Bowl 5 years in a row, 2000-2004. The Eagles' quarterback hasn't been there since, and he almost certainly won't be among the initial invitees this season. But McNabb is compiling better numbers this year than he posted in any of those Pro Bowl seasons, except for the last one, the year he had Terrell Owens (77 catches, 1,200 yards, 14 touchdowns) and a young, healthy Brian Westbrook (73 catches, 703 yards, six TDs) to help him to the Super Bowl.
Eagles' high-powered offense draws comparisons to '04 Super Bowl team - pressofAtlanticCity.com : Sports
The Eagles enter Sunday's game against San Francisco averaging 28.6 points per game. That ranks third in the NFL behind New Orleans (35.4) and Minnesota (29.9). At their current pace, they would break the franchise record of 26 points per game set last season.
Ex-Cal star DeSean Jackson Mr. Big Play for Philadelphia Eagles - San Jose Mercury News
For all DeSean Jackson's amazing feats this season, none is more improbable than getting Andy Reid off the ground.
Eagles give cash to foundation named for Vineland boy | thedailyjournal.com | The Daily Journal
The Kevin J. Snyder Memorial Foundation has another $11,000 to give away, thanks to the Philadelphia Eagles and a pharmaceutical company.
Clark's tirade targets local media, fans | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Steelers safety Ryan Clark says the Eagles have it easy compared to what the Steelers deal with from their local media.