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From fields of glory in NFL to fields of despair in Haiti | | Courier-Post
Six days after a massive earthquake devastated Haiti, Philadelphia Eagles tackle Winston Justice texted his pastor and asked if he could go with him on a medical mission to the island. Quintin Demps will join him on the mission.

The Associated Press: LeBron returns with 23, leads Cavs over Sixers
LeSean McCoy was in the house last night to watch Lebron James & the Cavaliers beat the 76ers.

The Philadelphia Eagles currently have three top-20-caliber fantasy quarterbacks - ESPN
For now, they continue to hoard what I believe are three fantasy-relevant quarterbacks as if they can actually use all of them. Well, fantasy football owners could sure use them, as all three could be top-20 options. This is the equivalent of being in a fantasy league in which you can activate three quarterbacks at once. Wouldn't that be nice?

The Inside Story On The Signing Of Chad Hall - Philadelphia Eagles

It began on Monday with Anthony Patch, the Eagles' assistant director of college scouting, stationed at the Pro Day for the University of Utah and it ended on Thursday when the Eagles signed wide receiver Chad Hall. During and between those days, the Eagles engaged the pure process of scouting, of player evaluation, of trust within a personnel department. This is the story of how the Eagles signed Hall, who until now was a relative blip on the NFL radar ...

[Eagles] Eagles WR Kevin Curtis In Danger Of Being Released?
Adam Caplan of reports via twitter that he doesn't believe the Eagles will retain wide receiver Kevin Curtis after signing free agent wide receiver Hank Baskett to a one-year deal. Curtis previously said that he is willing to reduce his role to remain with the Eagles. Curtis is due $5.4 Million in 2010, including a $1 Million roster bonus.

An effort to grow Philadelphia-area STEM education at stadium - Philadelphia Business Journal:
Lincoln Financial Field Monday will be the site of a rally not for its main tenant, the Philadelphia Eagles, but for a collaboration to boost STEM — science, technology engineering and math — education in the area.

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