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Duce Staley is a coaching intern for the Eagles this year.
Duce Staley is a coaching intern for the Eagles this year. - Philly Sports & Minutiae: Donovan McNabb No Longer Face of Lincoln Financial Field
Number 5 was officially traded to the Redskins months ago, and while Kevin Kolb and Donovan McNabb may still be texting buddies, McNabb is no longer the face of the franchise's building to motorists passing the South Philadelphia sporting complex...

Camp Confidential: Eagles Rookie Willing to Carry Pads | NBC Philadelphia
The Eagles fifth-round pick Ricky Sapp knows that once the veterans arrive at camp later this week that he might be carrying some pads for the older guys at Lehigh. "If I gotta carry pads -- I’ll carry pads," he said.

NFL Power Rankings has Eagles No. 11 pre-training camp - Don Banks -
#11 Philadelphia Eagles - Some of the same folks who for years said Andy Reid had to cut ties with Donovan McNabb are now saying the Eagles are headed for trouble with Kevin Kolb at quarterback. I don't see the sky falling in Philly just yet. Give the kid a chance to show us what he's learned the past three years. Aaron Rodgers, Matt Cassel, Tony Romo and Matt Moore performed pretty well after doing the watching and waiting thing.

The Wiz Wit - Philly Sports For The Immature Intellectual: So Duce Staley is a Fatty Now
Duce was at Lehigh today to check out his former team, do some interviews with CSN, and make everyone regret the fast food they had for lunch. - Philly Sports & Minutiae: Freddie Mitchell to Be On Bravo's "Millionaire Matchmaker"
Former Eagles great-handed wideout Freddie Mitchell is back in the news this morning and he's "getting back at it, making it happen" once again. This time with the ladies. According to Dan Gross, FredEx will appear on Bravo's "Millionaire Matchmaker,"...

Paul Domowitch: Eagles learn that blitzing not always best approach to pass rush | Philadelphia Daily News | 07/28/2010

Sean McDermott proved last season that he is every bit as aggressive as his late predecessor, Jim Johnson, when it comes to turning up the heat on opposing quarterbacks. McDermott's defense blitzed 24.8 percent of the time (257 of 1,037 snaps) last year, which was almost 2 percent more than Johnson's unit did the year before (23.1).  McDermott has Johnson's memory with him daily
Jim Johnson is out there every day, every minute, keeping Sean McDermott company as he embarks on his second season as Eagles defensive coordinator. It was one year ago today that Johnson, the Eagles' revered defensive coordinator, died following a courageous battle with cancer. He was 68.

Eagles training camp: They're already hitting at Lehigh -
"It's not like spring practice, where we're saving everybody for camp," he said. "It's camp. Everybody's fighting and competing. So it's just fun competing with these guys. They're great receivers, great players. I just love competing with everybody. "Like the receivers, they're not supposed to get off the ball. So it was fun."

Eagles' Coleman overcoming more than just the odds | | The News Journal
At the end of the Eagles' first training camp practice, defensive coordinator Sean McDermott excitedly discussed the development of rookie safety Kurt Coleman.

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