Dennis Dixon likely to be added to Eagles' QB mix | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
The defensive coordinator search has become Chip Kelly’s most visible first move since he became Eagles head coach Jan. 9 Finding an expert defensive mind is an important decision for the first-time NFL coach, but the defining moment for Kelly and his regime will come when he makes his first quarterback call.
Eagles have leeway with Michael Vick's contract
The Eagles have longer than the three days following the Super Bowl to decide if they want to keep Michael Vick without having to pay a guaranteed $3 million.
Super Bowl 2013 rosters shaped by the NFL Draft - SBNation.com
A look inside the rosters of this year's Super Bowl teams, the Ravens and 49ers, shows the importance of successful drafting. While both teams feature free agent acquisitions, the heart of both teams were built through the NFL Draft.
Donatell: No 'Official' Contact with Birds
San Francisco 49ers secondary coach Ed Donatell first denied he had any idea he was a hot topic in Philadelphia last week. Then Donatell allowed that "we hear things, and sometimes things are printed, but there's been no official contact."
Road to the Draft - Philadelphia Eagles - YouTube
Can Chip Kelly handle going straight from college to the NFL? CBSSports.com insiders Pat Kirwan and Pete Prisco discuss what changes the Eagles have made and how their QB situation looks.
Juan Castillo, now with the Ravens, talks Reid, Washburn, Eagles
Andy Reid, who would eventually follow Castillo out the door, offered him an assistant head coach position with the Chiefs. He had other offers, as well, but Castillo said that he relished the opportunity to work again with Ravens coach John Harbaugh. The two were both assistants with the Eagles for many years. "I think it’s just better for me and coach," Castillo said of passing on Reid’s offer. "One day I’ll come back to him."
Colts GM Ryan Grigson Is The 2012 NFL Executive Of the Year - Stampede Blue
In his first year on the job, Ryan Grigson is voted, by his peers, as the best general manager in football for the 2012 season.
After 6,899 Minutes Of Employment, Rob Ryan Is Out Of Work Again
On Jan. 24, the Rams hired Rob Ryan as their defensive coordinator. Ryan had been fired by the Cowboys on Jan. 8, and he had told Tim MacMahon that he'd be out of work for five minutes. It turned out that he was out of work for 22,987 minutes. But after 6,899 minutes of employment, he's out of work again: