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Macho Harris unfazed by change to cornerback | Philadelphia Inquirer | 05/20/2010
"One of the coaches asked me, 'Do you think you can play corner?' " Harris said. "I'm a competitor, so I feel I can do anything." Harris, of course, can play corner - at least he did for four years at Virginia Tech. But after his slow 40-yard-dash time before last year's draft, most teams projected him as a safety in the NFL, and that's where the Eagles ended up playing him. Eagles Insiders : Forgotten man Ingram nearly all the way back
"I feel real good," he said. "I just went to Dr. [James] Andrews [the famous Birmingham, Ala.-based surgeon who did the last repair] this past Sunday, and he said everything looked real good. But even before I went, I already had talked it over with [Eagles trainer] Rick [Burkholder] about just working myself in instead of just going all-out right now."

Demps Looking to Show Eagles He's All Grown-up
"I just thank God for going through that last season," Demps said Wednesday after practice. "All it did was bring the dog out, bring out the best in me, what’s coming out right now. There were ups and downs last year, but it was a learning experience. Every player in this year is going to go through growing pains. I’m just glad I went through mine earlier than later."

Santana Moss received HGH from accused Canadian doctor, source says
Washington Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss received banned substance from Dr. Anthony Galea, according to Buffalo News.

Eagles rookie Nate Allen will get his chance -
Nate Allen is trying not to look around too much while his head is spinning. If he did, he'd likely see the starting free safety position for the Philadelphia Eagles opening up like a time tunnel into what looks like a bright, almost immediate, future.

Philadelphia Eagles' weakness: Cornerback - NFC East Blog - ESPN
The Philadelphia Eagles have revamped their roster -- out with the old and in with the new. This could be a transition year for Philadelphia, but this is an exceptional organization and looks to have fortified its roster in many spots. While the Eagles might not be an elite contender, I don’t expect this team to turn into a losing organization in 2010.