PhillyBurbs.com: Eagles have a new problem at wide receiver
With one preseason game left and final cuts approaching on Saturday, the Eagles find themselves in an unusual spot. A team that for much of this decade never had quite enough receiving talent now has too much.
Ex-Cowboy Curtis no longer at Witten’s end - The Delaware County Daily Times : Serving Delaware County, PA(DelcoTimes.com)
"I didn’t catch a lot of balls because they didn’t throw me a lot of balls in Dallas," Curtis said at least four or five times as wave after wave of media connected after the game. "I filled a role in Dallas. They needed me to come in and block on certain plays and maybe get a couple of passes here and there. But Jason Witten was the main guy, so he was getting all the balls. I feel like there’s more opportunity there. But whatever team I’m on, I’m going to do whatever I can to help them."
These Eagles will probably not make the cut today -- themorningcall.com
Today is an anxious day for 19 Philadelphia Eagles players. That's because the Eagles will join 31 other NFL teams in cutting their roster to the maximum 53 players by the 6 p.m. deadline.
Eagles cut three; Feeley New England bound? | Philadelphia Inquirer | 09/04/2009
New England, meanwhile, continued to fuel the speculation that they are interested in Eagles quarterback A.J. Feeley by releasing quarterback Andrew Walter. That leaves rookie Brad Hoyer as the backup to Tom Brady. It also leaves the Patriots with two quarterbacks on their roster.
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