Eagles GM-to-be Roseman is on a fast rise | Philadelphia Inquirer | 01/27/2010
Howie Roseman's meteoritic rise in the Eagles' front office hasn't quite made him what an NFL official jokingly mistook him for yesterday. "Are you the owner of the team?" Roseman was asked during practices at the Senior Bowl.
Bill Conlin: Putting McNabb's age in perspective | Philadelphia Daily News | 01/27/2010
DONOVAN McNABB will turn 34 on Nov. 25 and the burning question is whether the quarterback will be preparing that Thursday to lead the Eagles' offense, or will he be wearing the colors of another team?
Eagles Brass Cancel Trip To Mobile | Daily Dose
Last year, Andy Reid gladly missed the cattle call of Senior Bowl week. This year, however, he was stranded in Philadelphia - like thousands of other Northeast travelers - by yesterday's weather problems and ultimately decided to cancel his plans to scout potential draftees. Eagles president Joe Banner, who was also scheduled to fly South, also did not make the trip, according to a team spokesman. The team was represented by its scouts, and vice president of player personnel Howie Roseman, who could be named the next general manager sometime soon, is still expected to attend.
Gary Brackett, 29, is in the final season of a four-year deal, and the middle linebacker who grew up an Eagles fan in Glassboro didn't deny that the idea of playing for his hometown team has crossed his mind. "That would be great to have an opportunity to go home and play in front of my hometown fans for the team I grew up loving," Brackett said after the Colts' practice Friday in preparation for today's AFC championship game against the Jets at Lucas Oil Stadium. "It will be interesting to see what happens. Right now, I'm focused on this playoff run, and I would love to stay with the Colts. I think I fit this system well."
Eagles Notes: Idaho guard could be on Eagles' radar | Philadelphia Inquirer | 01/27/2010
Mike Iupati said when he talked to Eagles offensive line coach Juan Castillo, he liked what he heard. "He said the one thing that he saw that he really liked . . . was that when I got beat inside, I slid my feet and pinned my guy down," Iupati said yesterday after practice for Saturday's Senior Bowl.
Shenandoah native returns to introduce book - News - Standard Speaker
When success stories from Shenandoah are discussed, invariably Jerry Wolman is mentioned because of his former ownership of the Philadelphia Eagles football team, among other professional accomplishments.
After 11 years, it's time for McNabb to go - NJ.com
Ford or GM. Letterman or Leno (apparently nobody likes Conan). Bud or Miller. All great debates among your personal preferences. For the better part of a decade, there's been another great dispute in Philadelphia pro-Donovan or anti-Donovan.
Rich Hofmann: No comparison when rating McNabb, Favre | Philadelphia Daily News | 01/26/2010
JUST BECAUSE Brett Favre might have been overrated does not mean that Donovan McNabb has been underrated. This undercurrent has already begun and it needs to be stopped. One guy has nothing to do with the other guy, other than the Andy Reid connection. If anything, Favre's failures do not somehow burnish McNabb's resume by comparison. Instead, they demonstrate the dangers of hanging on too long.
Former Broncos Make History with Selections to the 2010 NFL Pro Bowl - Broncosports.com - The Official Athletics Website Of Boise State University
Former Boise State football players, Ryan Clady and Quintin Mikell, made history recently as they have both been selected to play in the 2010 NFL Pro Bowl. The selections mark the first time Boise State will be represented in the Pro Bowl since former Boise Junior College player Dave Wilcox did so in 1973. Boise State has never had a former player nominated to play in the Pro Bowl since becoming a four year institution in 1968.
A Video Treasury Of Brett Favre's Season-Ending Interceptions - Brett Favre - Deadspin
Brett Favre has now thrown an interception in his last significant pass of the last game of the last three seasons. Let's look back at the ol' gunslinger fearlessly doing the thing that makes Tom Jackson admire him so.