Short-term deal for Kolb could be in the works | ProFootballTalk.com
The Eagles are reportedly working on a short term deal with Kevin Kolb that would give him a raise until a new CBA is worked out.
Donovan McNabb was disrespected in Philadelphia from beginning to end | - lehighvalleylive.com
Blah blah booed on draft day blah blah booed Santa Claus blah blah.
Kolb's parents excited about son as Eagles' new starting QB | Philadelphia Daily News | 04/08/2010
ROY AND LANELL KOLB were home in Flatonia, Texas, Sunday night when the news moved across the crawl at the bottom of their TV screen: Donovan McNabb had been traded to the Redskins. Their phone rang right after that, a sequence they had hoped to avoid when they had discussed with their son, Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb, how news might arrive of his ascension to the starting role.
Spy Talk - Donovan McNabb for intelligence chief?
Director of National Intelligence Dennis C. Blair briefly hushed an audience of intelligence professionals and journalists Tuesday when he announced "some breaking news: There is going to be a new DNI very soon." Dead silence. Then came the punch line: "Donovan McNabb."
Moats in Philadelphia for Visit with Eagles
OLB Arthur Moats from James Madison visited the Eagles
Paul Domowitch: Passing judgment: Our NFL quarterback rankings | Philadelphia Daily News | 04/07/2010
Kolb at #16?
Eagles sign lineman Cole to tender offer - mcall.com
The Eagles today announced offensive lineman Nick Cole, a restricted free agent, has signed his tender.
The Kiper/McShay mock shocks, amazes - NFC East Blog - ESPN
The Philadelphia Eagles will select Alabama cornerback Kareem Jackson at No. 24, according to Kiper. He thinks the Eagles could wait until No. 37 to draft a safety. And Kiper even thinks Nate Allen of South Florida might be available. But knowing how much the Cowboys like Allen, I'm not sure he'll be around that late.
New VetMobile Sports Eagles Green - News Story - WFMZ Allentown
Before the Philadelphia Eagles traded quarterback Donovan McNabb this week, the Humane Society made a deal off the controversial back-up quarterback, Michael Vick. It's big, green, and it's about to hit the roads around Berks County.