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NFL seizes jerseys from mall store - News - Standard Speaker
Officials with the National Football League's Licensing Department removed jerseys from the Laurel Mall store where an autograph session involving four Philadelphia Eagles players was abruptly canceled Saturday, according to the owner's wife.

A word on Eagles' Brandon Graham - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Brandon Graham is learning how to convert "speed to power." He's constantly watching a highlight tape of some of the top defensive ends in the league who have a similar frame to his. Graham's 6-foot-1, 270 pounds. His favorite player to watch is Denver's Elvis Dumervil, and he's already taking some of Dumervil's moves to the practice field.

Versatile Clayton Finding Fit With Eagles' Defense
You see him lined up at strongside linebacker and you think, "Too small." But then the ball is snapped, the tight end runs a slant and Keenan Clayton is right on his hip to swat the pass away. Now you’re thinking, "Oh, I get it."

NFL quarterback visits Pilesgrove's Raise Your Dreams Farm - NJ.com
Children form the Salem County Center for Autism got a chance to ride with Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb during a equine therapy session at Raise Your Dreams Farm Tuesday. The NFL star visited the Pilesgrove farm and rode with dozens of excited kids

High praise for Te'o-Nesheim - NFC East Blog - ESPN
general manager Howie Roseman told me Tuesday that he was blown away by something that Washington coach Steve Sarkisian told him about Daniel Te'o-Nesheim before the draft. "He told me that Te'o-Nesheim did for Washington what Troy Polamalu did for USC," said Roseman. "He can rush inside or outside for us."

Ex-Philadelphia Eagles football player Jon Runyan is nominated as GOP candidate for 3rd District | NJ.com
Former Philadelphia Eagle football player Jon Runyan, left, won the Republican primary in New Jersey's Third Congressional District. Runyan defeated Justin Murphy, a former Tabernacle Committeeman who ran as the tea party candidate.