McCoy joins Eagles at informal workouts
Even without their starting quarterback – or his backup – a number of Eagles held another informal practice Tuesday at Memorial Sports Complex in Marlton, N.J. This time, however, they were joined by their starting running back, LeSean McCoy.
Kafka working on metamorphosis to No. 2 | Philadelphia Inquirer | 05/31/2011
When about a dozen Eagles players gathered in South Jersey on Wednesday for informal workouts, Mike Kafka was the first to arrive. The quarterback sat in his modest Nissan sedan until the rest of the group arrived in their Lexuses, Range Rovers, and supersize trucks.
Iggles Blitz " Blog Archive " Big Al, Plax, and Kafka
Lots more talk over the weekend about Plaxico Burress coming to Philly. I remain confused on this idea. I have nothing against Plax being an Eagle. I’m just not sure how he fits in. Would he be willing to come here as a 30 catch guy and Red Zone specialist? If so, I guess I’m open. Even then, things aren’t crystal clear.
'Steelers Rule' will make NFL too soft - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
The league office, which has too many non-players in high positions, has now decided to fine teams for their players’ on-field conduct and transgressions. Bears owner George Halas, a founder of the league, must be rolling over in his grave. Before Pittsburgh, no team was tougher than the Chicago Bears. Just remember the likes of Doug Atkins or Dick Butkus. The Chief, the late Art Rooney, wouldn’t like it, either, especially with this team fine now being called the "Steelers Rule."
Behind Trent Cole, Only Question Marks — McNabb or Kolb | Philadelphia Eagles Blog
Even if the rest of the NFL world often underestimates Trent Cole, we know how great he’s been for the Eagles. Yet for what seems like the 15th year, the Eagles will enter their next season with Cole as their only truly reliable, above average end.
Fox Sports names Brandon Jacobs the 7th most injury prone player in the NFL – Blogging the bEast
Based on almost nothing.
Chad Lewis Reaches Summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro
Chad Lewis reached the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa Wednesday, completing a week-long climb as part of an effort to raise awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project.