Kampman in Jax, still in touch with Birds | Philadelphia Daily News | 03/06/2010
Free agent defensive end Aaron Kampman spent Saturday morning in Jacksonville, meeting with the Jaguars coaching staff, the Florida Times Union reported, citing league sources. The report also said his representative remain in contact with the Eagles, although it is unknown whether Kampman will visit Philly or his other suitors, or whether he will leave Jacksonville without a contract.
Peppers to Bears, Eagles Cautious About Kampman | CSNPhilly.com
Don’t expect the Eagles to sign Packers free-agent defensive end Aaron Kampman. And you can thank Stacy Andrews for that. A league source has told Gunn that the Eagles are hesitant to pursue Kampman because he is coming off knee surgery. Kampman suffered a torn ACL in Week 11 of last season against San Francisco.
Where's Aaron? - JSOnline
The Eagles, according to an NFL source, did want Kampman to come in on Friday, but Cornrich wouldn't allow it to happen, possibly because the Eagles weren't willing to commit to any kind of financial offer. The Seahawks have slow-played Kampman, showing some interest, but not making any advanced attempts at bringing him in.
Reid: One more time - McNabb is Eagles' QB | Philadelphia Daily News | 03/06/2010
Eagles coach Andy Reid reiterated one more time last night that Donovan McNabb will be his quarterback this season.
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Every time a team lands a wide receiver via trade, you know whose name will come up in Dallas. And the news of Cardinals wideout Anquan Boldin heading to the Ravens for third and fourth-round picks has to be particularly galling to Cowboys fans. Boldin has been an incredibly productive receiver in the league -- as evidenced by his five 1,000-yard seasons. The Cowboys' Roy Williams is still sitting on a single 1,000-yard season. And Dallas had to give up a first, third and sixth-round pick to land him during the '08 season.
EAGLES: Dan Marino opines on McNabb's future, legacy - The Trentonian Sports: Serving Trenton and surrounding communities. (trentonian.com)
"From the outside looking in, it surprises me. McNabb doesn’t get the respect he deserves sometimes because he’s been an incredible player for the Eagles and for the league for a lot of years," Marino said. "But I guess Philly has always been an organization that when guys get older they end up trying to replace them with younger guys. Their quarterback situation is good, I think. I mean, I don’t see it as a problem. But eventually you’ve got to have one guy. They’re in a good situation if they need to make moves. And I’m sure at some point there’s going to be a chance for the young guy to compete."