Kevin Kolb is making his own trail - NFC East Blog - ESPN
I get the feeling that Matt Mosely likes his fellow Texan Kevin Kolb.
Kolb's practice demeanor | Philadelphia Inquirer | 05/26/2010
If something bad happens on the field, Kevin Kolb grits his teeth, whereas Donovan McNabb would smile. So obviously Kolb is headed to Canton.
U-M sports blog: Brandon Graham doesn't want to be a first-round holdout | freep.com | Detroit Free Press
"I need to be here on time because I know that I have an important role," said Graham, the Eagles' first-round pick. "I don't want anybody thinking I'm better than them holding out and stuff like that. "You lose respect."
Trevor Laws, Eagles' DT, hopes to crack lineup | mycentraljersey.com | MyCentralJersey.com
"I was here the whole (winter), the whole offseason, just working out with (new strength coach) Barry Rubin here, and it really paid dividends," he said after Wednesday's minicamp inside the practice bubble at the NovaCare Complex. "I put on about 15, 20 pounds. I'm in better shape — bigger, stronger, faster. So I feel good out there."
Embattled sporting goods store loses lease - News - Citizens Voice
The sports memorabilia store where an autograph session with four Philadelphia Eagles players was abruptly canceled last weekend is closing. The Laurel Mall terminated the lease for The Sports Scene effective June 14, according to Amy Reusing, manager of the Hazle Township mall. The store will remain open until Monday, Reusing said.
Didinger's NFL Mailbag: Will Allen Start at FS?
When you are talking about a high draft pick – and Nate Allen was a high second-rounder – you’re not necessarily throwing him to the wolves by starting him. If he can compete – and I think Allen can – then you let him play, especially if he is better than anyone else you have at the position. Harris was more a tossing-to-the-wolves situation considering he was a fifth-round pick playing a new position. Allen is talented and poised, a nice combination. He didn’t seem fazed by moving up to the first unit and unlike some other rookies, he doesn’t appear lost on the practice field. He isn’t in over his head, not at all.
Texans cut Ryan Moats | National Football Post
The Houston Texans have released veteran running back Ryan Moats. Moats was let go to make room for third-round rookie defensive tackle Earl Mitchell. A former Philadelphia Eagles third-round draft pick, Moats has rushed for 831 career yards and eight touchdowns.
Michael Vick to pass through Snow Hill | delmarvanow.com | The Daily Times
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick will speak to Snow Hill High School teens Monday about making positive choices in their lives.