NFL Free Agency, Day 3: Here Come the Bargains - The Triangle Blog - Grantland
The other team having a truly great offseason is Philadelphia, and it continued to add buy-low candidates to its roster by focusing on players who had recent success before struggling in 2012.
NFL medical standards, practices are different than almost anywhere else - The Washington Post
RGIII was primed to be the great young face of the NFL — and still may be — but in one January afternoon, he became an example of something else: a medical culture with conflicts of interest and competing pressures, in which players feel they must play through pain and team doctors often utilize short-term cures to help them do it. These doctors must decide whether their duty is to get the player back in the action or to get him healthy — a choice that often involves difficult judgments about drugs, procedures and treatment that can dramatically depart from what the average patient might receive.
Pro Day Review - March 16th | National Football Post
Russ Lande has reports on Florida & Michigan State.
Former Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Donte Stallworth hospitalized after hot air balloon crashes into power lines | lehighvalleylive.com
NFL free agent Donte Stallworth was hospitalized today with serious burns after the hot air balloon carrying him and two other people crashed into power lines above South Florida, his agent said.
Philadelphia Eagles' move of training camp from Lehigh University makes everybody happy - except the fans | lehighvalleylive.com
Eagles President Don Smolenski made it clear the team wants to accommodate its fans as much as possible, and he shouldn't be doubted; the Eagles are as fan-friendly as any professional franchise. It is true that a lot of people can pack the Linc for open practices, though what was riveting 20 yards away at Lehigh may not be so interesting from the upper deck. No matter what the Birds do, camp will never again be the fan-friendly-fest it was at Lehigh.