Eagles may be eyeing a linebacker -- really | delawareonline.com | The News Journal
For more than 30 years, NFL drafts have come and gone without the Eagles taking a linebacker in the first round. But the top-rated linebacker in this year's crop, junior Rolando McClain from national champion Alabama, wouldn't be surprised if the Eagles called his name on April 22.
Scout.com: On the Comeback - Trail Ellis Hobbs
Scout.com's Adam Caplan recently talked to Philadelphia Eagles CB Ellis Hobbs about several subjects including his recovery from a neck injury, his brief time as an Eagle, and his impending restricted free agency in this Q&A feature.
Draft Should Help Eagles in the Trenches
The consensus of NFL coaches, general managers and scouts is that this is an exceptionally strong draft class, one of the deepest in years. NFL Network analyst Charley Casserly claims it is the strongest first round since the 1983 draft, which is famous for producing three Hall of Fame quarterbacks – John Elway, Jim Kelly and Dan Marino.
More fun with tampering: Bears met with Peppers' agent | ProFootballTalk.com
The Bears have taken an illegal running head start towards free agency, according to the Chicago Tribune. David Kaplan reports that the representative for Julius Peppers, Carl Carey, met with Bears brass during the NFL Scouting Combine. Carey has only one active contract in the NFL, so he's not just chit-chatting.
Iggles Blog - Philadelphia Eagles Blog: *Rubs Eyes* So Wait, Is Rocca An OK Punter?
No one has spent more time researching the merits of Sav Rocca than Iggles Blog.