Interview with Todd Herremans Talking Charity, Chip Kelly, and Redskins Pass Rush - Hogs Haven
Todd Herremans is promoting the first event for his new charitable foundation on March 23rd at the Linc.
Eagles' Jason Kelce expects full recovery in time for training camp
"It's coming along real well," Kelce said. "Right now, the target date with how I've been rehabbing is somewhere in the minicamps. The first one I might be a little bit limited, but the second one, we'll go for it."
Report: Cards cut bait on expensive mistake Stewart Bradley | ProFootballTalk
Bradley signed a five-year, $25 million contract in 2011, but took a significant pay cut last year. He was scheduled to make $5 million this year, and will clear $3.5 million off the books with his release.
Bill O'Brien, Chip Kelly are Text Buddies
"I know Chip very well. He's one of the brightest coaches I've been around. He's a very bright guy," O'Brien said. "He's a quick-minded guy; he thinks well on his feet. He's got a lot of great ideas, he's creative. He knows how to surround himself with really good people, which he's done in Philadelphia. Philadelphia fans can expect a very exciting, competitive football team." Since Kelly took the job, they've been texting one another fairly frequently, O'Brien said. Hmmm. What about? "That's between him and me. Just good conversations about football."
Brandon Graham Preparing For Move To Linebacker - Birds 24/7
In another sign that some version of the 3-4 is on its way, Brandon Graham is preparing himself this offseason for a change of position. "I think linebacker is where I’m going to be — outside linebacker," said Graham in a phone conversations with Birds 24/7
Is NFL's read-option craze here to stay? | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
Maybe it’s here to stay. Maybe it will quickly fade into oblivion, like the Wing T, the Wishbone and the Wildcat. Either way, there’s no question that as 32 NFL teams prepare for the draft, free agency and the 2013 season, the read option is factoring heavily into everybody’s decision-making.
Joe Flacco To Be Highest-Paid QB In NFL History - Baltimore Beat Down
I bet he'll totally earn it!