PHILADELPHIA - OCTOBER 17: Austin Howard #68 of the Philadelphia Eagles warms up before the game against the Atlanta Falcons at Lincoln Financial Field on October 17 2010 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
Players try to absorb NFL's helmet-to-helmet actions - latimes.com
Defensive players say they should not be penalized for playing the game hard, but those who are getting hit say it's easy to tell when a player is headhunting or playing fundamental football.
The League Panelists: Football is violent, dangerous game, at some point no more can be done to prevent head injuries in NFL - Jason Brewer
Football is a violent and dangerous game, and at some point there's not much else the NFL can do to prevent head injuries.
On Second Thought … Eagles vs. Falcons by Jordan Raanan - Eagles // NFL | 97.5 The Fanatic
Kevin Kolb was as good as his numbers suggested. Maybe even better. Chad Hall and Brent Celek each dropped easy passes. But what was most impressive was that Kolb completed all nine of his passes that went more than 10 yards beyond the line of scrimmage. He even went 3-for-3 on passes over 20 yards. Mike Vick or John Elway couldn't do any better.
Young might play against Eagles | Philadelphia Daily News | 10/20/2010
Vince Young is day-to-day after tests show only a mild sprained left knee and ankle, and coach Jeff Fisher said the Tennessee Titans quarterback could play against the Eagles Sunday even if he misses a couple practices.
The Concussion Problem: The Asterisk Next To NFL's Skyrocketing Ratings - SBNation.com
After an injury-filled weekend, the NFL has announced it will fine players for "devastating hits." But what if the problem isn't football players? Maybe it's football.