Aug 30, 2012; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Brandon Boykin (22) during the second quarter against the New York Jets at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles defeated the Jets 28-10. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-US PRESSWIRE
Brandon Boykin's Rookie Diary: Getting The Call
Last Friday was the roster cutdown day. I found out that I will be the starting nickel corner, but I also found out that Joselio Hanson was cut. I found out in an unusual way. My family and I were about to go to the mall and I checked my Twitter. Somebody had added me and said, "Congratulations, Brandon, on getting the slot job." I checked it again, and someone had said that Joselio was out and that I was is in. Shortly after that, Joselio called me and told me that he got cut and wished me good luck. It was a crazy day for me.
Donovan McNabb Reportedly Headed For NFL Network - Birds 24/7
A source close to McNabb tells Tim McManus that it looks like he will be doing a couple of shows for the NFL Network. The former Eagles quarterback has been honing his television skills for years, appearing as a guest analyst on ESPN and other networks.
Iggles Blitz " Blog Archive " Reynolds Wrap
He isn’t a great athlete, but should be good enough to play in Mudd’s system. I think the Eagles added another OL because they just aren’t sure what they have with their backup OL. Dallas Reynolds isn’t proven. Nate Menkin has only been here a couple of days. Dennis Kelly is a guy the team is high on, but he’s unproven. Chase Beeler is new to the team. The Eagles are going heavy at an area of uncertainty.
Oh, the irony: Giants are over the cap - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Houston, Detroit and N.Y. Giants are all roughly 700,000 over the NFL's salary cap, according to a league source. Houston can take their cap exception from the Redskins and Cowboys and get under the cap but the Giants and Lions will have to make a move or restructure contracts to get under cap. They have until Wednesday to get under the cap.
Why Your Team Sucks 2012: Washington Redskins
This one is fantastic.
2012 Power Rankings: Preseason | ProFootballFocus.com
9) Philadelphia Eagles (7.5 average rank) After the moves they made in 2011, could now be the time they start to reap the rewards? There’s a general feeling that the answer to that question is yes. Though much will depend on how healthy Michael Vick can stay.
Babin, Anderson Say They're Ready
Babin said he "knocked the rust off today" and doesn't feel starting the regular season with no preseason snaps is going to be a problem. (In all the years this situation has come up, there has yet to be a guy to say, "Oh, yeah, that's gonna be tough. I'm probably going to stink Week 1, for sure.")