News & notes from around the web for October 22nd
Source: Dunlap back in at LT
Despite indications from players following Monday’s practice that the offensive line would remain intact, a source close to the situation said later in the evening that King Dunlap was back starting at left tackle ahead of Demetress Bell.
Asomugha had 'tough time' with Castillo controversy
Nnamdi Asomugha struggled with the idea that his words after the Eagles' loss to the Lions led to the firing of defensive coordinator Juan Castillo.
Todd Bowles Says, 'We're Not Going To Be Predictable Anymore' - Birds 24/7
"The biggest thing he said is, ‘We’re not going to predictable anymore.’ That’s what Coach said," Matthews revealed, the obvious implication being that the ‘D’ was predictable under Castillo. "We’re basically still running the same stuff. A couple tweaks. Coach Bowles said he’s not here to revamp the defense. We’re running the same stuff he just wants us to play together."
Oddball Says "Be Positive"
Oddball would probably point out that the Eagles have played sloppy football, but are sitting at 3-3. If you eliminate the sloppiness, the team should start winning. This isn’t a question of are we good enough. This is a question of will we get the job done.
Father's breast cancer inspires Eagles' Kurt Coleman
The NFL's breast cancer awareness month has a special meaning for Kurt Coleman.