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News and notes from around the web for October 22nd
NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post
*The top five spending teams in the NFL this year, judging by money paid to players, are the Saints, Texans, Eagles, Lions and Bills. Their combined winning percentage is .500. The bottom five spending teams in the NFL this year are the Vikings, Colts, Rams, Bengals and Packers. Their combined winning percentage is .517. Most interesting is the Saints, football’s top spenders, doled out more than $63 million more than the Vikings, football’s lowest spenders. And the Vikings have three more wins.
What Happened To Vick And the Deep Ball? - Birds 24/7
Why aren't the Philadelphia Eagles hitting on as many big plays in the passing game this season? Here's a look.
Eagles' Patterson to Practice
New coordinator Todd Bowles won't be the only change for the Eagles' defense when it hits the practice field Monday for the first workout after the bye. Defensive tackle Mike Patterson is expected to practice for the first time in 2012, a source close to the situation confirmed Sunday.
Fixing the Eagles, Part V: Stick with Vick ... for now
In Part V of our series on fixing the Eagles, Geoff Mosher suggests giving Michael Vick one more chance to prove he can help the Birds win now.
REPORT: NFL Investigating San Diego Chargers for Stick-em Tape - Bolts From The Blue
Jay Glazer is reporting that the NFL is investigating the San Diego Chargers for using an illegal substance, "Stick 'em Tape", during their Monday night loss to the Denver Broncos.