When Baseball Players Do PEDs, It's Sacrelige; What About NFL Players? - SB Nation
Football players don't get a free pass when it comes to PEDs.
Hall is a high-ranking rookie for Eagles | Philadelphia Daily News | 05/21/2010
"I get here Sunday night," Hall said. "I spend the week here. Thursday after practice, I'll fly back and [possibly] go straight in to work right then, Thursday night when I get there, and then work Friday and sometimes Saturday. Then fly back Sunday." "I'm just making sure that the jets every day are safe and ready to fly, so that our pilots can get their sorties, get their missions, to be prepared when they go over [to Afghanistan]."
Penn St.'s Shipley has chance to stick - mcall.com
Not long after A.Q. Shipley arrived, he knew he had made the right decision by signing with the Philadelphia Eagles. He also knew it had nothing to do with the uncertain state of their center position, which is why he chose them in the first place as a free agent last January.
Speed of pro game an adjustment for Birds' rookie QB Elliot - NJ.com
Elliott, who was signed as a free agent out of Purdue, said the West Coast offense's shorter dropbacks mean he has to pace himself out from under center. "The speed of the dropbacks is huge," he said. "In college the dropbacks are much faster. Here it's all about timing and then going through the progressions. You have to take your time."
Eagles new weight-watcher making progress - pressofAtlanticCity.com
Eagles OG Max Jean-Gilles has lost so much weight that he had to wrap tape around his waist to hold up his shorts during Wednesday's OTA workout. Jean-Gilles said that he has lost approximately 30 pounds since undergoing gastric lap band surgery three weeks ago.
Didinger: Versatile Harbor Won't Be Limited to Just TE
Watching Clay Harbor move around the field, you see the possibilities. Here is a fluid 6-foot-2, 250-pound athlete who can run a 4.6 40, broad jump 22 feet, do 30 reps on the 225-pound bench press and, oh yeah, he can catch the football.