PHILADELPHIA PA - JANUARY 09: DeSean Jackson #10 of the Philadelphia Eagles reacts after their 16 to 21 loss to the Green Bay Packers during the 2011 NFC wild card playoff game at Lincoln Financial Field on January 9 2011 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
In Hawaii, Eagles' DeSean Jackson talks Eagles future | Philadelphia Inquirer | 01/28/2011
"I talked to Nnamdi," Jackson said. "I said, 'Man, come on, Nnamdi, we need you to come sign with us,' because if we had him and Asante, oh, my God. That's very dangerous."
DeSean Jackson Withdraws From Pro Bowl After "Tweaking" Knee - Four For Four - SB Nation Philly
"Injuries are a part of the game and things like that," Jackson said. "Just fortunate it wasn't nothing too serious. I'm perfectly fine."
Eagles forced to go outside comfort zone for new coaching staff | Philadelphia Daily News | 01/28/2011
McDermott. Segrest. Shuey. The Eagles invented all of them as NFL coaches. They arrived with college backgrounds, some of them pretty limited. All were the professional version of a blank slate when Andy Reid brought them in. All now have been let go.
Didinger: Pittsburgh and Philly fans NFL's best
Governor Ed Rendell long said he believed both Philly and Pittsburgh were the NFL's best cities, and Ray Didinger agrees with him.
Vick basking in return to Pro Bowl
From federal prison in Kansas to signing in Philadelphia and now at the Pro Bowl in Hawaii, Michael Vick's journey makes this trip to play with the NFL all-stars even more special.
Jerry Jones is still running the draft - NFC East Blog - ESPN
"The way I like to say it is that I'm not the sole decision-maker," Garrett said from the Senior Bowl on Tuesday. "A lot of people seem interested in that. We'll make the decisions collectively as an organization."
No method to Eagles' madness in seeking defensive coordinator | Philadelphia Daily News | 01/27/2011
While I'll accept that president Joe Banner, general manager Howie Roseman and coach Andy Reid aren't the Keystone Kops, I'm with the growing mass that believes this is an organization currently flying by its pants.
Former UM safety Colt Anderson a hit for Eagles
His fans in Montana probably figure Colt Anderson cemented a spot on the Philadelphia Eagles roster for years to come. Why not? In eight regular-season games with the Eagles, Anderson earned two game balls and was voted a special teams captain for the playoffs.