The Linc - Eagles Defenders Bought In To Castillo's System

PHILADELPHIA, PA - SEPTEMBER 16: Defensive end Trent Cole #58 of the Philadelphia Eagles pressures quarterback Joe Flacco #5 the Baltimore Ravens during a game at Lincoln Financial Field on September 16, 2012 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Eagles defeated the Ravens 24-23. (Photo by Rich Schultz /Getty Images)

Playbook Page: Eagles' Improved D | SportsonEarth.com : Mike Tanier Article
Philly defenders understood only a fraction of their playbook last year. Not anymore. As shown by wins over the Browns and Ravens, these Eagles are more comfortable and confident in the system. So what changed? Have a look at the playbook ...

Eagles' Bell replaces, outplays hurt Dunlap
King Dunlap took Demetress Bell's job in the preseason, but after Dunlap was injured, Bell may have played well enough to earn back the job.

Michael Vick donation will renovate N. Phila. field
Michael Vick wants to permanently stamp his name on Philadelphia - and a championship youth football team and the Hunting Park neighborhood will reap the benefits. At an afternoon ceremony Tuesday, the Eagles quarterback, the Fairmount Park Conservancy, and others will hold a groundbreaking to revitalize the downtrodden football field in Hunting Park. It will now be called Team Vick Park.

Thank you, Michael Vick | National Football Post
The Philadelphia quarterback’s gutsy performance had one of our own glued to the television screen on Sunday.

Spike Eskin: I Was Wrong About DeSean Jackson " CBS Philly
With his new contract, DeSean Jackson has been a new man.

The most unexpected person in the Eagles locker room is Bryce Brown… what is he doing there? - NFL.com
Before he even played a down in college, we had been hearing about Bryce Brown. The running back from Wichita was the nation’s top recruit according to Rivals.com in 2009, and his drama-filled process was must-see Internet.

Giants correctly blame league for ref mess - NFC East Blog - ESPN
"I am not necessarily mad at the replacement officials," said Giants defensive end Justin Tuck. "I am more upset with the NFL for not handling this and taking care of this in due time."

"There's no doubt the integrity of the game has been compromised not having the regular officials out there," added Giants linebacker Mathias Kiwanuka. "We've got to get that taken care of."



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