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The Linc - Westbrook wants increased workload

Goodell expects multiple NFL games in Britain soon - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
I really wish the NFL would stop this nonsense.

Eagles Notes: Eagles' Westbrook wants increased workload | Philadelphia Inquirer | 10/23/2009
"I think I can make some plays when I have the ball in my hands," Westbrook said before practice yesterday. "It's very hard to show people what you can do when you don't have the opportunities. I think as the season goes on, I will get those opportunities - and when I do, I think I will show people that I can still play."

McNabb Expected to Deal With Growing Pains
After losing to Oakland, an embarrassed McNabb said he expected his young teammates to "hit the wall" – but he didn’t think it would be then and there. He also used the terms "baby steps" and "learning experience."

The guard situation | Philadelphia Inquirer | 10/23/2009
Now that Todd Herremans is back from injury, the Eagles have some decisions to make at their two guard spots. Judging from all indicators, Herremans will start at left guard and Nick Cole will move over and start at right guard for Monday night's game in Washington.

Much more after the jump.

How Is Vick Doing? - Sports Biz with Darren Rovell - CNBC.com
It has been two months and 10 days since the Philadelphia Eagles signed Michael Vick. So how is Vick doing from an image standpoint? Animal activists certainly aren't protesting enough to get any attention anywhere, but that doesn't mean Vick is close to signing endorsement deals.

NFL Preview - Philadelphia (3-2) at Washington (2-4) | NFL | Idaho Statesman
From the perspective of an outsider, the Washington Redskins look like a dysfunctional mess.

Going Back to What Works for Week 7 NFL Picks - NFL - NESN.com
Once upon a time, a Philadelphia Eagles team that had outscored opponents 105-38 in its three wins flew to Oakland for an easy blowout victory … and lost.

Eagles to face Redskins' new playcaller | Philadelphia Daily News | 10/24/2009
"It presents a different challenge, and an added dimension," Eagles defensive coordinator Sean McDermott said, when asked about the Redskins turning control of their offense over to Sherman Lewis, a former coordinator for several teams who has been out of the league since the 2004 season. "There's not a lot of film available for what coach Lewis has done, going back to '04 with Detroit and then also '01 as a coordinator [for Minnesota]."

Eagles' issues pale in comparison to Skins' - NFC East - ESPN
Dan Snyder's done the impossible: He's making Al Davis look level-headed. Snyder and executive vice president of football operations Vinny Cerrato have embarrassed themselves by toying with head coach Jim Zorn over the past few weeks.

Fargas believes pigeon was deceased teammate Marquis Cooper - Shutdown Corner - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
Yeah, I'm sure it was...