Film shows DeSean Jackson is no clown, father's unwavering influence - CBSSports.com
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson has at times been, well, a jerk. A new documentary shows another side of Jackson. The movie is one of the best ever made of its kind.
Eagles Wake-Up Call: Celek Managing the Wear And Tear | Birds 24/7
Brent Celek appeared in 93 straight NFL games before a concussion forced him to sit out against the Bengals last December. That stopped an iron man streak that not only spanned his entire professional career, but his college and high school days as well.
DeSean Jackson and the not-so-simple life
I was reminded yet again that life is rarely simple. Yes, DeSean's 2011 season, when he allowed his unfulfilled contract quest to make him listless and uninterested, was an affront to everyone who bought a ticket, let alone anyone who bought a No. 10 jersey. Yes, I get as sick of JACCPOT and stories about ridiculous bar bills and $400,000 grievances filed by Drew Rosenhaus as you do. But somewhere under all that, I think, is an interesting, reflective person, who unfortunately feels he needs to project something entirely different.
Eagles to give season-ticket holders clear bags | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
the Eagles will distribute complimentary team bags to all season-ticket holders during the week of July 22.
Top 10 Thursdays: Top 10 Best Football Movies | Fanspeak NFL Blog
For this week’s installment of Top 10 Thursdays, we thought it would be fun to take a shot at ranking the Top 10 football movies of all time.
Jags G.M.: Kafka has a chance to win starting job | ProFootballTalk
In case you were wondering how the league’s feeblest quarterback competition was going, consider this. Jaguars General Manager David Caldwell was asked to assess the chances of Mike Kafka, who was claimed off waivers this week from the Patriots, and hasn’t taken a snap of work in team drills with his new club yet. He replied that Kafka had “just as good an opportunity” to win the starting job as Blaine Gabbert, Chad Henne or undrafted rookie Matt Scott, via Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com.