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The Linc - It's a blackout this Sunday

Eagles-Raiders to be Blacked Out in Bay Area
The Oakland Raiders' home game against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday will be blacked out locally because the team did not sell out the game in time.

Report: Eagles' Stacy Andrews in domestic dispute | Philadelphia Inquirer | 10/16/2009
Eagles guard Stacy Andrews was recently involved in a domestic dispute in which his girlfriend told police that Andrews punched her in the face, according to a report filed by police officers in Lumberton Township, Burlington County. Andrews denied the accusation yesterday. His girlfriend decided not to pursue charges.

Raiders shouldn't put up much of a fight against Eagles | Philadelphia Daily News | 10/16/2009
Gotta be the Birds by at least 20. The numbers on each side are so dramatically opposite that anything less than a three-TD bulge would be shocking.

Paul Domowitch: Hey Eagles, don't worry about the penalties | Philadelphia Daily News | 10/16/2009
THE EAGLES have kept the zebras pretty busy in their first four games, drawing 29 penalties. That's 7.25 yellow hankies per game, seventh in the NFL.

Eagles Notes: Old friend to be covering Jackson on Sunday | Philadelphia Inquirer | 10/15/2009
DeSean Jackson, fresh from his one-catch, 1-yard performance against Tampa Bay, gets to visit with a friend this Sunday. That scenario might not be as inviting as it sounds. Jackson will be covered Sunday by the Oakland Raiders' Nnamdi Asomugha, an all-pro cornerback last season.

Bills fans rent billboard to advertise discontent - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
It didn’t take long for Ryan Abshagen to discover how many Buffalo Bills fans are unhappy with their team and want owner Ralph Wilson to make sweeping changes. In a little more than a week, Abshagen, an unemployed 18-year-old from New Freedom, Pa., raised enough money—$1,402 and counting as of Wednesday— through an Internet campaign to rent a billboard and advertise a message of discontent for everyone in Buffalo to see.