Iggles Blitz " Blog Archive " More Rookie Camp Talk
It sounds like everyone is impressed with Brandon Boykin. He was an athletic playmaker in the SEC so that should be enough to get him instant credibility, but some who don’t follow college football still had their questions about the 4th round pick. After watching him for a couple of days in practice, it seems that he has shown enough to get people’s attention. Boykin played the slot and outside. He fielded punts. He showed the kind of athleticism and football skills you want from a guy in those roles.
Reid rookie camp bullet points: Patterson doing well
Defensive tackle Mike Patterson (brain surgery) isn't expected to practice again until training camp. "He's actually doing very well right now," Reid said. "He can't put a helmet on."
Paul Domowitch: Eagles' undrafted free agent Polk eager to shoulder load
The 5-11, 220-pound running back from the University of Washington, who is just one of seven players in Pac-12 history to rush for 4,000 yards, had hoped to be selected in the third — maybe even the second — round of the draft. That’s what analysts were saying and writing. That’s what NFL teams were telling his agent, Steve Caric. But analysts occasionally are wrong and NFL teams often speak with forked tongue.
Would you take a look at Donovan McNabb? | National Football Post
When I was playing safety for the Redskins, QB Donovan McNabb was tough to game plan for. His ability to extend the play and run the west coast system in Philly used to eat us up. The amount of plays he made on third downs alone reflected his skill set in the league. However, that was back during the ’03, ’04 and ’05 season. And plenty has changed since then
Former Eagle Ty Detmer Headlines 2012 NFF Hall of Fame Class | The Official Site of BYU Athletics
The National Football Foundation (NFF) announced today during College Football Live on ESPN that former BYU quarterback Ty Detmer will enter the College Football Hall of Fame.