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The Linc - Moises Fokou talks about being a starter

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A ROOKIE NO LONGER | CSNPhilly
Derrick Gunn sat down with Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Moise Fokou to discuss his status with the team as he enters his second NFL season.

FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS | Four Downs: NFC East
Important Eagles undrafted free agents - North Carolina State's Jerraill McCuller is a little lanky for a right tackle, but he looks mobile and aggressive on film. Kevin Jurovic started his career at San Jose State at safety before moving to receiver to take advantage of his soft hands, but he probably lacks the athleticism to be anything more than a special-teamer. Wide receiver Pat Simonds played his college ball at tiny Colgate, but at 6-foot-5, he has the height to contribute as a red-zone specialist. (Unfortunately, he doesn't have the weight to switch to tight end.)

Planning ahead with the Eagles | Eagletarian | 05/16/2010
In case you are an Eagles fans who likes to plan ahead – and in some cases, way ahead – the NFL recently finalized the schedule rotation through 2017.

A Football Players Life | Black and Teal | A Jacksonville Jaguars Blog
Things haven't gone great for former Eagles 3rd round pick Bryan Smith.

Former Michigan defensive back Marlin Jackson has confidence in the Philadelphia Eagles - AnnArbor.com
"I’m expecting to win the same way we did in Indianapolis," Jackson said. "It’s a class organization, they do things the right way. Andy Reid is a great coach, the GMs, everybody in the building. "From the outside looking in it seems like a lot of uncertainty but when you are within that organization and you have trust in them and they know what they are doing, you see the certainty is there and that we will surprise quite a few people. But it won’t be a surprise with the team to what we do."

Martin a guide through recruiting wilderness | martin, athletes, college - Home - The Orange County Register
Cecil Martin, the former Philadelphia Eagles fullback, didn't buy his round-trip plane ticket to Orange County and put himself up in a hotel last week for a spring vacation. He came here to talk to anyone who would listen, to help young athletes who wanted college recruiting advice and "to motivate, educate and inspire," he said.