Westbrook overlooked? | Philadelphia Inquirer | 08/19/2009
"I hope so. I hope they overlook me," he said. "I hope I can surprise them. I know that we have a lot of talented players on this team, [QB] Donovan McNabb, [WR] DeSean Jackson, [WR] Jason Avant, [WR] Hank Baskett, [WR] Reggie Brown, [WR] Kevin Curtis, [TE] Brent Celek. We have guys that defenses have to account for, so hopefully they are busy accounting for those guys and let me do my thing. In the recent past that hasn’t happened a lot, but I hope they forget about me a little bit."
Eagles' fielding a potent scout team -- themorningcall.com
Potent scout team offense: Linebacker Joe Mays, who is in a battle for the starting middle linebacker spot with Omar Gaither, found it crazy that he had to defend against a scout team offense that included Michael Vick at quarterback, Brian Westbrook at running back and Brent Celek at tight end.
Philadelphia Eagles plan to make Vick a nightmare for defenses | Rick Gosselin Columns | Sports News | News for Dallas, Texas | Dallas Morning News
Devin Hester has been a preparation nightmare for NFL defenses the last few seasons because of his versatility. So has Reggie Bush. Now add Vick to that list.
Know Thy Enemy 2009: Philadelphia Eagles - December 20 - Niners Nation
We take a team-by-team look at the 49ers 2009 opponents. Today we look at the Philadelphia Eagles.
More after the jump including someone saying the Eagles should employ more ex cons, a call for serenity, Shawn Andrews speculation, and a funny idea for retiring Brett Favre's jersey.
When will Shawn Andrews return? - NFC East - ESPN
I think Shawn Andrews (back) will return in time to start the season at right tackle for the Eagles. How long can he remain in the lineup? Your guess is as good as mine. The thing that I've always heard about Andrews is that he spends a lot of time worrying about his post-career health. That's not the best mindset in the world for a guy who's supposed to spend the next five or six years playing in the NFL.
Monica Yant Kinney: Let ex-cons fly like Eagles | Philadelphia Inquirer | 08/19/2009
I'm delighted to hear the Philadelphia Eagles believe in giving ex-cons second chances. The city is home to 200,000 people with criminal records. When and where should they report for duty?
The700Level.com - Philly Sports & Minutiae: Serenity Now
If there is one that I, speaking as a Philadelphia sports fan, have in short supply it is serenity. The word itself means little to me. It is a state of mind experienced elsewhere only.
Retire Brett Favre's Jersey Now - Acme Packing Company
A look at how the Green Bay Packers can get back at QB Brett Favre by retiring his jersey now.