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The700Level.com - Philly Sports & Minutiae: In Your Face, Jerry Jones
Sean Payton really hates Jerry Jones, which I respect.

Draft sets up well for Eagles' needs | Philadelphia Daily News | 03/01/2010
This year's draft is said to be deep on the defensive side of the ball, specifically as it regards to defensive line and secondary.

NFL Combine Notes: Rolle Too Smart For Own Good?
Tampa Bay coach Raheem Morris was quoted as saying Myron Rolle "deserted" his Seminole teammates as if being a Rhodes Scholar was some kind of character flaw. It is true, his draft stock probably will suffer because of his academic pursuits. Go figure.

Taylor Mays' Stock Decline Could Benefit Eagles
The decline in Mays’ draft stock directly impacts the Eagles. It is no secret they need help at the safety position. A year ago, they never would have had a shot at the 6-3, 230-pound Southern Cal star but now there is a good chance he will be on the board when their turn comes at No. 24.

Jets releasing Thomas Jones; Lito, too? | Philadelphia Daily News | 03/02/2010
The Jets also will release cornerback Lito Sheppard, acquired last year in a trade with the Eagles, according to Newsday. Were he to remain, the Jets would owe Sheppard, 28, a $10 million roster bonus that would have triggered another 4-year contract.

Eagles ready to spend as NFL Free Agency begins Friday | Philly2Philly.com
Free agency starts at the end of the week and the Philadelphia Eagles, with needs to fill on both sides of the ball, could be busy shoppers.New Eagles GM Howie Roseman could be making some big decisions in the next week. While not tipping his hand in either direction new Eagles general manager Howie Roseman said the team would do whatever it takes to improve the club

NFL Scouting Combine is overhyped and overrated | - lehighvalleylive.com
I'm a huge football fan but I haven't been wasting much of my time watching the hours and hours of coverage of the NFL Scouting Combine on the NFL Network.