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NFL fines Eagles' Kolb $5,000
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb has been fined $5,000 for a horse-collar tackle in last Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons, the NFL announced on Friday.

Frank: Kolb Does Have a Strong Arm
Despite what people may say, Kevin Kolb has the arm to make all the throws as an NFL quarterback. By Reuben Frank

Final Word: NFC East - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Can Kevin Kolb stay on a roll against an opportunistic defense? You can throw for a lot of yards against the Titans, as the Giants and Cowboys showed. But the Titans' secondary is good at keeping teams out of the end zone. They've only given up six passing touchdowns this season and they have a knack for making plays in the red zone, as Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw knows all too well.

Eagles' Vick will dress for Titans game | Philadelphia Inquirer | 10/23/2010
Michael Vick will dress as a backup against the Titans on Sunday, though his exact role this week - and beyond - is unclear. "I can't tell you right now whether he's going to be two or three" on Sunday, said head coach Andy Reid, meaning Vick might either be Kevin Kolb's backup or the emergency third quarterback.

Source: Report incorrect, no new charges for Owen Schmitt | National Football Post
Contrary to a published report, Philadelphia Eagles fullback Owen Schmitt wasn't pulled over for a moving violation on Oct. 5 of this year and charged with driving on a suspended license. It happened a year ago in the state of Washington, according to a league source with knowledge of the situation. Schmitt hasn't had any recent traffic violations and has been driving on a valid driver's license for the past year.