FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Four Downs: NFC East
Football Outsiders lists outside linebacker as the Eagles #1 need.
Eagles flock to Dorenbos' wedding | Philadelphia Inquirer | 04/11/2010
Attendees included Michael Vick, Brian Westbrook, Asante Samuel, Stewart Bradley, David Akers, Quintin Mikell, Hank Baskett (with his dad, not his Kendra), Chris Gocong, Reggie Brown, Jon Runyan, Sean Considine, Brent Celek, Victor Abiamiri, and of course punter Dirk Johnson.
Wedding Website - Julie and Jon - Welcome
Dorenbos has one of those corny wedding websites...
PhillyBurbs.com: Young Birds think they're ready to fly high
Veteran leadership? They don't even care about it. This group is having way too much fun to worry about such trivial matters. They're young, they're fast, they're full of energy and spirit, and they're not going to let anybody tell them they're not experienced enough to win football games now.
Is Kevin Kolb Ready? He Had Better Be - The Fifth Down Blog - NYTimes.com
Philadelphia is staking a lot on that belief. The Eagles are loaded with talent, but they may fall short against the Cowboys, the Giants and the Redskins if an untested Kevin Kolb can’t match Tony Romo, Eli Manning and Donovan McNabb.
More news on prospect visits after the jump.
Source: Jason Worilds has visited the Bills, Dolphins, Jets and Eagles - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
Athletic Virginia Tech defensive end-outside linebacker Jason Worilds has had six official visits, including meetings with the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, New York Jets and the Philadelphia Eagles, according to a source close to the program with knowledge of the situation.
Source: Jamar Chaney visiting the Eagles, to visit the Falcons - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
Mississippi State linebacker Jamar Chaney’s draft stock has risen to the point where he has been assigned a second-round grade on some NFL teams’ draft boards, according to league sources. Chaney has previously visited the New England Patriots, is visiting the Philadelphia Eagles today and will be visiting the Atlanta Falcons on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Anthony Davis visits the Eagles | National Football Post
Rutgers offensive tackle Anthony Davis, a projected first-round draft pick, auditioned for the Philadelphia Eagles today. "Just got done workin out for the Eagles," Davis wrote on his Twitter account. "Killed it."
Report: Eagles expected to draft a QB | National Football Post
With 11 draft picks now after some wheeling and dealing, the Philadelphia Eagles are set up to draft, well, how about a quarterback?