BALTIMORE, MD - AUGUST 19: Quarterback Tyrod Taylor #2 of the Baltimore Ravens throws a pass against the Kansas City Chiefs during the second half of a preseason game at M&T Bank Stadium on August 19, 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Backup QB Tyrod Taylor helps Ravens prepare for Eagles' Michael Vick - CBSSports
The Ravens know they're in for a challenge. Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick can be just as dangerous through the air as he is on the ground. But Baltimore has what a lot of teams don't: someone with a similar skill set on the roster.
‘Top Chef’ Sbraga to feed the Eagles fanatics - Philadelphia Business Journal
Former "Top Chef" Kevin Sbraga will add some flare to food served at Philadelphia Eagles games. Sbraga, along with food-service provider Aramark, created new menu items to provide more dining options for fans at Lincoln Financial Field.
Blitz Package: My One On One With The CMO Of The Philadelphia Eagles - Forbes
A chat with Eagles Chief Marketing Officer Tim McDermott.
Q&A with Eagles guard Evan Mathis - baltimoresun.com
The former Alabama standout met with general manager Ozzie Newsome and coach John Harbaugh as they made their best recruiting pitch to try to convince him to sign with Baltimore and replace Pro Bowl offensive guard Ben Grubbs. After thinking it over seriously, Mathis stayed with the Eagles and will square off with the Ravens on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field.
J.J. Watt says he picked up the Dolphins snap count from ‘Hard Knocks’ | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
The Houston Texans easily beat the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. J.J. Watt had a sack and a half in the game. On NBC Network's Pro Football Talk, Watt admitted why he had such an advantage. Watt said he picked up the Dolphins' snap count while watching the HBO show "Hard Knocks." He said the same thing could be picked up on preseason games, but the reality show following an NFL team throughout training camp helped.
Kansas City Chiefs apologize after insulting frustrated fan on Twitter | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
If you're a public figure, you'd best watch what you say on Twitter. If you're working for a sports franchise and it's part of your position to deal with the public in any capacity, that really goes double. Someone from the Kansas City Chiefs organization found that out in a big way when a snippy direct message to an outraged fan went viral.
Paul Domowitch: Eagles' Reid might be doomed if Vick stays healthy
THOSE OF YOU who are eager to see Andy Reid become the former head coach of the Eagles might be wise to root for Michael Vick to be the picture of health this season.