Samuel: "of course" I want to be back
Asked if he wants to be back as an Eagle, Samuel said simply, "of course," but didn't elaborate. "I just take it day to day, see what the future holds," Samuel said. But he said he had not received any clear indication from the team of what their plans are for him next year.
Asante Samuel On His Eagles Future: 'I'm Hoping To Be Here' - Four For Four - SB Nation Philly
Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Asante Samuel took a break while helping out Habitat for Humanity to answer some questions about his future with the organization
Draft Diary: Training days with Kuechly
Luke Kuechly's alarm goes off at 6 a.m. That's about 90 minutes earlier than he was used to in the fall as a junior at Boston College.
Kelce: I'll Be Ready For OTAs
For now, Kelce's foot is in a protective boot and he's relying on crutches to get around, which he admitted was "annoying." But as he prepares for his first offseason as an NFL player, Kelce said that he'll be ready for the Organized Team Activities the Eagles will go through after April's draft. "It's making good progress," Kelce said of his foot. "The doctor is saying I'll be out of the boot in a little bit and moving around again."
NFL 2011: Worst Decisions of the Year | Football Nation
Andy Reid Hiring Juan Castillo as Defensive Coordinator - With the Philadelphia Eagles’ firing of defensive coordinator Sean McDermott, Head Coach Andy Reid was searching for someone to fill that slot. In an unconventional move, Reid chose Juan Castillo. Castillo has been a member of the Philadelphia Eagles' coaching staff since 1995. From 1998 to 2010, he served as the club's offensive line coach. More notable is the fact that Castillo had not coached that side of football since his run at Kingsville High School in 1989. Hiring Juan Castillo as defensive coordinator was not Andy Reid’s defining moment as a head coach.