ksl.com - Harvey Unga tries out for NFL scouts, talks about new family
BYU's all-time leading rusher, Harvey Unga, is hoping since he can't return to play his senior season with the Cougars he can jump to the NFL right now. He tried out at Pro Day in Provo Thursday. The Philadelphia Eagles, Chicago Bears, Pittsburg Steelers and 17 other NFL scouts were in Provo to measure, weigh and work out Unga.
2007 draft review: JaMarcus Russell flop seals Raiders' fate - USATODAY.com
Philadelphia Eagles: Incomplete - They traded out of the first round and made QB Kevin Kolb (2nd) their initial pick. His performance this season and beyond will define this draft. MLB Stewart Bradley (3rd) had a promising 2008 but lost 2009 to a preseason knee injury. TE Brent Celek (5th) was a steal; RB Tony Hunt (3rd) is looking for work.
LeBron, McNabb and a shot at Eagles fans | Philly | 07/08/2010
Why in the world would an ESPN video about LeBron James and Cleveland include a photo of Donovan McNabb? The answer might surprise you. Well, actually, it probably won't.
I talked with some Giants fans...
Lots of good stuff after the jump today.
With April Gone, Bills' Corto Faces Uphill Climb - Buffalo Rumblings
Former Buffalo Bills special teams coach Bobby April is widely regarded as one of the very best at his particular craft. An NFL coach since 1991, April spent six seasons with the Bills, including his last four with the added title of assistant head coach. Responsible for putting together teams that perennially ranked near the top of the NFL in most statistical categories, April will continue his stellar coaching career with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2010.
LeBron James' announcement tonight could scar city of Cleveland forever | Philly2Philly.com
The best way I can relate to this LeBron James fiasco as a Philly fan would probably be during the Will LeBron James turn his back on Cleveland? Photo:http://images.pictureshunt.com/pics/l/lebron_james-4352.jpg Eagles' off-season of 1993. You remember, the off-season where Reggie White, the greatest defensive end the team has ever seen, left the Birds for greener pastures (literally) in what was known as a major groundbreaking moment in NFL Free Agency.
Ex-LSU star Charles Scott embraces his chance | shreveporttimes.com | Shreveport Times
"They throw so much at you at one time," Scott said. "When they give you something, they expect you to know it right then and there. It's a lot faster. The pace makes you advance. You have no choice but to get better."