Even with young talent, LB still unstable for Eagles
The Eagles haven't been stable at linebacker since Trotter lined up next to Emmons, but have drafted six LBs in the past three years, including Oregon's Casey Matthews. By Reuben Frank
Do the Eagles need Asomugha? | Philadelphia Inquirer | 05/05/2011
The point is that while the Eagles absolutely need a better option at right cornerback, it doesn’t have to be one on the level of Asomugha – as exciting as his signing would be. The defense can be strong if Samuel remains at Pro Bowl level and they get a solid complement, and find a way to upgrade the pass rush -- something that would be far harder to do if they tie up big money in Asomugha.
Fear of Asomugha landing in Philly could motivate Cowboys to pursue CB | The Dallas Morning News
This reporter argues that the Cowboys should make Nnamdi Asomugha their top priority in free agency not only to shore up their own secondary, but to keep him away from Philadelphia.
Didinger's Eagles Mailbag: Examining Danny Watkins Over Cameron Jordan
I like Watkins, too. My question was the value at that point in the draft: Would Jordan, an explosive pass rusher, have more impact than Watkins, a guard? You can debate that. But I don’t question Watkins or his credentials as a first-round pick. He was my No. 1 guard, an outstanding pass protector, a guy that will tighten up the pocket around Mike Vick. He will be a starter from Week 1.