The Hair Apparent | Philabuster | 02/01/2011
OK, it’s time to come right out and say it. This is officially the most Metrosexual Super Bowl matchup of all time. I’ve covered 13 or 14 Tuesday media days. They devolved into idiocy years ago, with gimmick-media acts showing up to draw attention to themselves rather than the game. And that’s fine. You go to the stadium on media day knowing it’s going to be ridiculous. But this one really stood out for the focus on … hair, "long beautiful hair -- shining, gleaming, steaming flaxen waxen."
Temple Football Gets Commitment From Andy Reid's Son - Four For Four - SB Nation Philly
Spencer Reid, son of Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid, has committed to play football at Temple
Lots of Eagles talk at Media Day - NFC East Blog - ESPN
I had a 20-minute visit with Steelers secondary coach Ray Horton, a former Cowboys safety. He wouldn't say whether the Eagles had contacted his representative, but it's pretty clear the prospect of switching to a 4-3 defense with the Eagles doesn't bother him at all. In fact, he played on a Cowboys Super Bowl team (XXVII) that used the 4-3. Horton's not a fan of the NFL's policy that assistant coaches from the Super Bowl teams have to wait until after the game to interview for vacancies. "It punishes you for having more success," he told me. "The system actually rewards the coaches who don't make the playoffs or get knocked out early."
NFL Films founder deserves place in the Hall of Fame | Philadelphia Daily News | 02/01/2011
Sam Donnellon argues that Steve Sabol should be in the NFL hall of fame.
Did The Colts Just Trade For Giants Hakeem Nicks? - Stampede Blue
Colts Pro Shop is selling Hakeem Nicks jerseys.
Sports, Media and Internet: One of the Originals, Rob Neyer, Leaves ESPN.com for SB Nation - CNBC
The baseball columnist known for his in-depth analysis loved by baseball’s stat lovers told CNBC.com he is headed to SB Nation, a network of 295 sports blogs with more than 500 contributors.
Eagles say they have no plans to raise 2011 ticket prices | PennLive.com
The Philadelphia Eagles have announced that there will be no ticket-price increase for the 2011 season. The team has had one price increase the last four years. The average price for an Eagles home game ticket ranked 20th in the NFL in '10, according to the team.