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Eagles yet to open contract talks with any of their potential UFAs
The Eagles have not opened negotiations with any of their upcoming unrestricted free agents, which is somewhat uncharacteristic compared to recent years.
Mcall.com: Eagles Insiders : Film breakdown: The Eagles' not so special teams
When the 2012 Eagles' season is over and done with, there will be no shortage of things to point to as to why the team lost double-digit games despite a seemingly talented roster. You could point to the -22 turnover differential, the poor red zone offense, the undisciplined tackling, the never-ending cavalcade of opposing wide receivers running free through the Eagles' secondary, etc etc etc. But perhaps the most egregious overall play this season has come from the Eagles' special teams units, which have been an unmitigated disaster.
Vick comes full circle with Eagles: Back to third-team quarterback
THREE YEARS ago, Michael Vick was working quietly in the background, running the Eagles' scout team, just glad to be part of the NFL at all, after serving 18 months in federal prison for dogfighting. Vick was biding his time, anticipating a future somewhere else. Monday, Vick's Eagles career appeared to have come full circle.
PFF 'Had a Bad Day' Team of Week 15 | ProFootballFocus.com
Linebackers: Jamar Chaney, PHI (-2.4), Julian Stanford, JAX (-2.0) and Tim Shaw, MIA (-4.0) Chaney made some tackles, but too often found himself taken out of the game when linemen got their hands on him. Stanford was much quieter and you hardly noticed him during his 44 snaps. In the middle Shaw looked exposed in a way you’d expect from a guy more noted for his special teams play.
Eagles Notes: LeSean McCoy is cleared to return for Eagles
LeSean McCoy, who missed four games with a concussion, has been cleared by an independent neurologist and could play Sunday against the Redskins, Andy Reid said Monday.