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Ray Didinger’s NFL Mailbag – Feb. 24
I know some fans are holding out hope that the Eagles will re-sign Westbrook at a lower salary figure. I don’t see that happening. As great a player as Westbrook was, his availability is now a week-to-week question – Can he play? Can’t he play? – and the Eagles don’t want to deal with that uncertainty. Last season, they had a number of players in that category, including Westbrook, Kevin Curtis and Stacy Andrews. Toss in Shawn Andrews who they counted on and then went missing. I believe the Eagles are remaking their roster based on whether they realistically feel they can count on that player lining up every week. If the answer is "No," chances are that player won’t be back.

1150AM WDEL | Eagles donate $20k to local animal shelter
The Philadelphia Eagles' "Treating Animals with Kindness" program has generously donated $20,000 to a Wilmington no kill animal shelter in recognition of National Spay-Neuter Week.

Pipe down, Eagles fans; McNabb, Reid should stay - NFL - Football
Philly fans are tough and know their stuff. So why are they clamoring for the Eagles to dump Donovan McNabb and Andy Reid? Pete Prisco risks their ire and says McNabb deserves to stay for another Super Bowl shot.

If Thomas Jones hits the market, Eagles should call | National Football Post
Actually, I think that name makes more sense than Tomlinson.

It Is What It Is " Peppers will reportedly not get tagged by Panthers
According to multiple reports, the Carolina Panthers will not use the franchise tag this year on defensive end Julius Peppers.

Step-by-step guide to drafting a QB - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
The 49ers' treatment of Alex Smith should serve as a cautionary tale for dealing with top quarterback draft picks. - National Football League news

Janikowski’s huge new deal | National Football Post
The Raiders have again rewarded a player with the most lucrative contract at his position. At this time last year, they signed punter Shane Lechler to a four-year, $16-million deal that made him the league's highest-paid punter. They also did a stunning contract with cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha that not only made him the highest-paid player at one of the highest-paid positions in football, it also gave him a fully guaranteed deal of more than $45 million for three years, a truly shocking football contract.

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