NFP’s 2010 all-rookie team | National Football Post
NFP has their predictions for potential top rookie performers in the 2010 season. Both Brandon Graham & Nate Allen(over Earl Thomas BTW) make the list.
Rookies who won’t live up to the hype | National Football Post
Both the Redskins and Giants top picks make the list.
DeSean tries to clarify comments | Philly | 05/10/2010
"It was nothing against Mr. McNabb..." he said, in a quote that appeared on a graphic during Comcast SportsNet's Sportsrise. "It's just that I'm very confident in what we have here now, with Kevin Kolb and Michael Vick. Basically, I was just very happy with the decision that was made."
Gonzo: Making sense of McNabb's remarks | Philadelphia Inquirer | 05/11/2010
Donovan McNabb couldn't help himself. That probably doesn't surprise you. There are ways to answer questions that prevent you from adding to the attendant drama and keep you from becoming part of the story. Then there's the approach McNabb often takes, which is sort of the opposite of that and makes the former-Eagles-turned- Redskins quarterback look overly sensitive. It's part of the reason why he was never fully accepted in Philly. It's also a lesson you would have expected him to learn by now.
Will these rookie free agents make your team? | National Football Post
Philadelphia Eagles: OL Jeraill McCuller - A thick, well-built lineman -- the kind the Eagles like -- who showcases pretty good range and coordination off the edge for his size.
In the NFC East, the Cowboys are easily the prime contenders. In terms of ESPN’s pre-season rankings, the Philadelphia Eagles are second in the division but are ranked No. 13 overall. The biggest question for the Eagles will be whether or not Kevin Kolb can step up and fill the shoes that Donovan McNabb left behind.