Making the Case For Each Eagles Quarterback | CSNPhilly
The Eagles have several directions to go in regarding their quarterback situation, but only one makes sense for the team's future. By Ray Didinger
Update: Eagles QB Trade Talks Heating Up | CSNPhilly
In one story, Derrick Gunn reports that the Eagles want a first round pick and more for McNabb, they want only a 3rd round pick, and that they haven't asked for any picks at all. Why not just say you weren't able to get a definitive answer?
Stephen A. Smith: Eagles' treatment of McNabb is disgraceful | Philadelphia Inquirer | 03/25/2010
Stephen A asks how the Eagles could dare think about trading McNabb! OMG!
Paul Domowitch: Eagles' DeSean Jackson deserves extension that he probably won't receive | Philadelphia Daily News | 03/23/2010
Really good article that explains why it's probably impossible to get an extension done with DeSean Jackson before the labor situation is resolved.
Welcome to the Brotherly Game - Brotherly Game
Just in time for their first ever match, SBNation has launched "The Brotherly Game" a blog dedicated to following the Philadelphia Union.
More after the jump including Darryl Tapp, a marijuana epidemic, & how the Browns fit into the Eagles QB picture.
::DTAPP 55:: Darryl Tapp Official Website
Darryl Tapp describes his offseason and what happened when he heard he was traded to the Eagles.
NFL personnel men concerned by marijuana 'epidemic' in draft - Don Banks - SI.com
There's a widespread belief within the NFL that the 2010 draft represents one of the deepest and most promising pools of collegiate talent in years. But in addition to the vast potential of this year's draft class, numerous NFL personnel evaluators told SI.com they are concerned about the increased number of prospects who have a history of marijuana use in their background, with players often acknowledging a failed drug test for pot in college in interviews with team executives.
Cleveland Browns were right not to wait at the QB altar for Philadelphia Eagles: Bud Shaw's Sports Spin | cleveland.com
Browns fans are wondering whether the team should have waited to try and get a deal done with the Eagles for a QB instead of jumping the gun for Jake Delhomme. This writer disagrees.