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The Linc - Seahawks want Kolb, not McNabb?

Source: Seahawks Have Inquired About Kolb
The Seattle Seahawks have expressed interest in one – not two – Eagles quarterbacks. A source in Seattle has informed Comcast SportsNet that the Seahawks have contacted the Eagles about Kevin Kolb, contradicting a report that the team has asked about Donovan McNabb as well.

Marlin Jackson signs with the Eagles - Stampede Blue
Colts fans say goodbye to Marlin Jackson

Tomlinson or Westbrook? - Daily Norseman
Chester Taylor needs to be replaced as the Vikes 3rd down back. Who's a better option, Brian Westbrook or LaDainian Tomlinson?

Philadelphia Eagles will not miss wide receiver Reggie Brown | -
Brown was the last (well, the Eagles hope he was the last) of coach Andy Reid's unimpressive receiver enthusiasms over the years. He, James Thrash, Todd Pinkston, Hank Baskett, Na Brown -- not exactly the sorts to keep opposing cornerbacks and safeties up at night.

For green consumers | | The News Journal

The minty green McDonald's treat, first launched in 1970, now has a cult following. But whenever you drink the milkshake (a 12-ounce, triple-thick one is 420 calories), think of the Philadelphia Eagles.

Reggie Brown's Puzzling Career With Eagles Ends
The downward spiral of Reggie Brown’s career in Philadelphia ended Monday when the Eagles traded him to Tampa Bay for a sixth-round pick in the 2011 draft. That’s not much of a return, but that’s how little value Brown has at this point in his puzzling career.

Vick unsure of future; faces protest | Philadelphia Inquirer | 03/09/2010
"I don't know what the situation may be," said Vick, who was in town to receive the Ed Block Courage Award. "As far as I know, I'm a Philadelphia Eagle and I will continue to carry out the role that I've been playing and hopefully we'll see what happens."

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