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The Linc - McNabb's a dad again

Some Things I'm Thankful For - Yardbarker
Donovan McNabb and his wife Raquel welcomed their 4th child into the world last Friday night.

Interesting Debate: Is it the O-Line or Campbell? - Hogs Haven
A more detailed discussion about if Campbell or the Oline is to blame. What's disconcerting is the Redskins NFC East foes have the 3 best defensive lines in the league and Dan Snyder personally went to recruit McCoy and Clausen last week.

Eagles Notes: Eagles' Andrews seeks second opinion | Philadelphia Inquirer | 11/28/2009
Shawn Andrews is scheduled to receive a second opinion on his back from a Dallas doctor, coach Andy Reid said yesterday. The Eagles offensive lineman, though, is still scheduled to undergo surgery Thursday, according to a league source.

Redskins Insider - Eagles defense thrives under McDermott
The Eagles' defense has continued to thrive under McDermott, who has held many assistant positions since joining the organization in 1998. McDermott has retained many of the attacking, blitzing principles Johnson utilized in his scheme that helped to elevate Philadelphia among the league's elite defensively during his nine-year tenure.

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Redskins Insider - Eagles' defense presents a challenge for Redskins
The Philadelphia Eagles are tied for third (with Pittsburgh) in the NFL in sacks and rank fourth in interceptions. That means that, obviously, pass protection and ball security will be two important keys Sunday when the Redskins face the Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. The Redskins' offense, and its offensive line in particular, face another challenging situation.

Redskins Insider - Hall will miss Sunday's game; Rogers to start
Top cornerback DeAngelo Hall (knee) has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles and the recently benched Carlos Rogers will start for Hall at Lincoln Financial Field, Coach Jim Zorn said after practice today at Redskins Park.

Trotter another worry for Eagles | Philadelphia Inquirer | 11/28/2009
It probably wasn't the turkey. Thursday night, after he had his Thanksgiving feast, Jeremiah Trotter awoke with a sting that shot down his left leg. Joe Mays split time at middle linebacker with Trotter in the last game, but he may get his first start. 1 of 5 View images Eagles 24, Bears 20 Chargers 31, Eagles 23 Cowboys 20, Eagles 16 "I never felt that before in my life," the Eagles linebacker said yesterday. "It scared me a little bit. . . . I couldn't sleep."

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