PHILADELPHIA - NOVEMBER 07: Asante Samuel #22 of the Philadelphia Eagles celebrates his last minute interception that clinched their victory against the Indianapolis Colts. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
Would you make a run at Asante Samuel? | National Football Post
A fifth or sixth round pick for a CB with experience that can come in and upgrade your secondary? If I had a defensive playbook that leaned heavily on Cover 1 (man-free), I would take a hard look at Samuel.
The trouble with an Asante Samuel trade - NFC East Blog - ESPN
The Eagles can wait. With six days left until the draft and teams obviously interested in the player, they have no reason to jump if they're not getting a deal they consider worth it. In the end, though, I believe they'll end up taking whatever the best deal ends up being, and leaving Samuel's contract as some other team's problem.
Young Males Become 'More Dude-like' While Watching Sports
Now when your special lady friend gets angry at you for screaming too loud and cursing at your TV when Ilya Bryzgalov lets in a big playoff goal you can tell her it's not your fault. It's chemistry.
2012 NFL Draft: Who Will Draft Boston College's Luke Kuechly? - BC Interruption
Even after picking up a linebacker in the offseason, the Eagles could still go for Kuechly to build depth at LB
Fan-Demonium: Time To Move Up?
The name most associated with the Eagles in mock drafts is Fletcher Cox, the stud defensive tackle from Mississippi State. If he's on the board at 15, I think the Eagles would hand in the pick immediately. The problem is that I'm not feeling very sure that Cox will last to the Eagles’ scheduled pick.