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Feeley's time as Eagles QB most likely coming to an end - pressofAtlanticCity.com : Sports
A.J. Feeley may be throwing his last pass for the Eagles in Thursday's preseason finale against the New York Jets.
NFL Preseason Preview - Philadelphia (1-2) at N.Y. Jets (1-2) - Kansas City Star
Michael Vick is likely to play extended minutes for the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday night, when the former Pro Bowl quarterback and his new team travel to meet the New York Jets in the final preseason tune- up for each squad.
Jets making mistake playing starters vs. Eagles
Keep your fingers crossed Rex (AP Photo) The New York Jets take on the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday (Meadowlands, 7pm) in their last preseason game of the year. While the Jets have escaped the preseason relatively injury free, it appears that …
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In the past year, Andre Smith's karma has been epic - Cincy Jungle
After being the second to last draft pick to sign a contract, Andre Smith breaks his foot a couple days later.
More NFL TV blackouts expected in 2009 | detnews.com | The Detroit News
Up to 12 teams could be at risk of having at least one home game blacked out locally this season, according to Sports Business Journal, a sign the economy is taking a toll on America's most popular sport. The Eagles have already sold out all of their home games.
Brett Favre throws a dirty block at Eugene Wilson's knees - Shutdown Corner - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
If you didn't see it for yourself on ESPN, take a look at this filthy little crackback block that Brett Favre(notes) threw at the knees of Texans safety Eugene Wilson(notes) in the third quarter of the Monday Night preseason game.
Blocking Aside, Favre Looks Good in Houston - Daily Norseman
A good point here... Why on earth would they be asking Favre to throw blocks?
SPORTSbyBROOKS " Great Moments In Ownage: Greg Blache (w/ Video)
Washington Redskins’ defensive coordinator Greg Blache. After his team dropped a 27-24 exhibition to the Patriots, he was being interviewed by CSN WASHINGTON and given a softball, typical-talking-head question by host Trevor Matich. Rather than respond with his own boilerplate blather, as NFL media etiquette dictates, Blache unleashed a fusillade of shut-your-stupid-face. Go pop some popcorn and watch below.