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The Linc - McCoy wasn't happy with Westbrook release

The Canadian Press: Philadelphia Eagles sign defensive end Darryl Tapp to a three-year deal
Two days after joining the Philadelphia Eagles in a trade, Tapp signed a three-year contract on Thursday. The 25-year-old Tapp will compete for a starting spot at left defensive end after playing four seasons in Seattle. "I think a change of scenery will be good," Tapp said. "I guess last year I had 2 1/2 sacks, but honestly in my eyes, I feel like it was my best year. I had 2 1/2 sacks and 18 quarterback hits. Last year was just a difficult situation with the circumstances that we had in Seattle. So, stats don't always tell the story. It's what you see on the surface." - Philly Sports & Minutiae: Keeping Both McNabb And Kolb Would Be Irresponsible
There's so much quarterback talk out there. Everybody has an opinion on what the Eagles will do, and what they should do. At this point though, nobody has a clue... but I can tell you what absolutely should not happen under any circumstances. They should not keep all three quarterbacks. In fact, forget Vick. They should not keep both Donovan McNabb and Kevin Kolb, and I do not believe for one second they will.

Eagles' McCoy on life after Westbrook | Philadelphia Daily News | 03/19/2010
McCoy, 21, said he "wasn't really happy" last month when he heard Westbrook was being released, even though his role obviously stood to expand. He felt Westbrook had helped him a lot, and he was "just getting to know" the former Villanova star.

Chad Henne says Tebow "isn't an NFL quarterback" |
"My judgment is that he's not an NFL quarterback," Henne told Curtis Stevenson and Anita Marks of WQAM in Miami regarding Tebow. "I'll leave it at that."

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CNNSI - College Football - Miami (FL) Hurricanes 2001 Roster - Tue Jan 8 12:07:25 2002
The amount of NFL players on this roster is ridiculous.

Diner morning news: A busy day for the Eagles | National Football Post
Will the Saints match? My sense is they won’t because they have to re-sign Pierre Thomas and have $8 million tied up in Reggie Bush. Bell is a straight-line back who runs with power and is very tough. He’s not always the smartest back, but he knows how to pass protect and will not back down from a physical confrontation. He will not run to daylight, but he will run hard north and south and will never, ever go around a would-be tackler – he’ll go through him.

Philadelphia Eagles to hold auditions Saturday for cheerleaders | -
The Philadelphia Eagles are holding an open call audition Saturday for aspiring cheerleaders.

Plan of Attack for the 2010 NFL Draft: Philadelphia Eagles | DraftSeason
A quick look at the Philadelphia Eagles and what they've done in the offseason and what they may do or not do in the NFL Draft

Ashley Fox: For Eagles, Shawn Andrews wasn't worth the trouble | Philadelphia Inquirer | 03/18/2010
He was, when right, a phenomenal football player, and ultimately that's why the Eagles held on to Shawn Andrews for as long as they did. His talent trumped his trouble. Until yesterday.

How I See It: NFC East Stock Watch - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Rising: Howie Roseman, new Eagles' general manager

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