Philadelphia law firm may sign on to NFL labor dispute | Philadelphia Inquirer | 04/23/2011
A Philadelphia law firm might get involved in the NFL labor dispute. Cafferty Faucher, with offices in Center City, has had conversations with players about filing a new claim in the class-action lawsuit against the league, said Bryan Clobes, a partner at the firm
Eagles always listening for trade offers on draft day - The Washington Post
Teams looking for a quarterback could have the Philadelphia Eagles on speed dial before the NFL draft. The inability to trade Kevin Kolb because of the lockout doesn’t mean the Eagles aren’t an attractive partner for a club that needs a quarterback. That’s because Philadelphia holds the No. 23 pick in the first round in a draft where several QBs are projected to go around that spot.
Tiki’s agent knew broadcasting career was going poorly right away | ProFootballTalk
The Bucs don’t appear interested in signing Tiki Barber, but that wasn’t the case in 2007.
Tom Heckert is Browns' secret weapon - AFC North Blog - ESPN
A puff piece about the greatness of Tom Heckert.
We've got a few more prospect workouts after the jump.
Eagles impressed with Clemson DL Miguel Chavis | National Football Post
Clemson defensive lineman Miguel Chavis is drawing increased interest from the Philadelphia Eagles, according to a league source with knowledge of the situation. Chavis is 6-foot-5, 280 pounds and had a strong Pro Day workout and has recovered from foot and ankle injuries.
SMU WR Aldrick Robinson visited Dolphins, worked out for Eagles, others | National Football Post
SMU wide receiver Aldrick Robinson has visited the Miami Dolphins and an undisclosed team, according to a league source with knowledge of the situation. He has conducted private workouts for the Dolphins, Philadelphia Eagles, Chicago Bears and the Cincinnati Bengals.
Philadelphia Eagles 2011 Draft Preview - Sacramento Sports - Kings, 49ers, Raiders, High School Sports | Sacramento Bee
The Eagles placed their primary attention in the 2010 draft towards adding pieces on defense, and that could be the case for a second consecutive year following the unit's somewhat disappointing performance last season.