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Eagles hunting for defensive linemen
The changes on the Eagles defensive line started two weeks ago when Mike Patterson and Cullen Jenkins were released. Which defensive scheme the Eagles will use has not been disclosed, but the cuts were the first steps of a transition.
Chip Kelly, Doug Collins visit before Sixers game | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
When the Sixers locker room opened on Monday, all the usual people milled about -- reporters and players, coaches and team staffers. Then a new face appeared. About an hour or so before tipoff against the Brooklyn Nets at the Wells Fargo Center, Eagles head coach Chip Kelly walked in and headed to the back to meet Doug Collins. The two talked for about five or 10 minutes before Collins addressed the media.
Worth a Shot: James Harrison | ProFootballFocus.com
Anyone who watched Harrison last year saw a guy who looked a shadow of his former self. Whether it was down to injury or age, he just didn’t produce like we’d seen him do. His age will scare plenty of teams that 2012 wasn’t a down year, but rather an indication of what Harrison has become — yet even that should garner interest.
A big week of Pro Days kick off Monday | National Football Post
Penn State, Alabama, Florida and Oregon will all be in action over the next few days.
Vick Appearances Cancelled Amid Threats Of Violence - Birds 24/7
An upcoming Michael Vick appearance at an Atlanta Barnes and Noble has been cancelled following threats of violence to Vick and his family.
Some detailed thoughts on the Redskins’ re-signing of Kory Lichtensteiger – Blogging the bEast
Based solely on talent, Lichtensteiger can be replaced rather easily. However, due to the continuity the Skins have developed, he’s probably worth more to the Skins than any other team. From that standpoint, it makes sense to bring him back, as long as some other dopey team wasn’t going to make him a dumb offer.
Brian Dawkins gives the surprise of a lifetime | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
On Friday, Brian Dawkins was brought to a lunch by a bride to be, Meghan, who wanted to give her soon to be husband, the wedding present of a lifetime. Meghan and her future husband, Will, came down from NY to what he thought was going to be a business lunch, but when he arrived it was a lunch with all of his friends, however, the biggest surprise was still to come. Meghan had everyone put on blindfolds and Brian Dawkins was brought into the private room at the Capital Grille to meet Will and his friends. Dawk joined the group for an hour or so talking about the Eagles during his playing time and now and answering fan questions and posing for pictures. See the video here.