Eagles Notes: Celek Takes Blame for 4th-and-1
Tight end Brent Celek blamed himself for the Eagles' failure on the critical fourth-and-one.
Don't rush to judgment on Kolb - NFC East Blog - ESPN
I realize that Kevin Kolb was awful in the first half of the Eagles' 27-20 loss to the Packers on Sunday, and that Michael Vick had some brilliant moments in the second half. But this would be way too premature to make a change. When Kolb returns from a concussion, he deserves to be the starter.
Phil Sheridan: Kolb, Bradley concussions: Two heads-up calls Reid missed | Philadelphia Inquirer | 09/13/2010
On a day overflowing with bad decisions, the most serious had nothing to do with roster moves or football strategy. The Eagles got very lucky with Kevin Kolb and Stewart Bradley on Sunday.
Did You Hear McNabb Won And The Eagles Lost? - Four For Four - SB Nation Philly
If not, the Eagles beat writers were almost gleeful in letting you know the moment the clocked ticked zero on the Redskins/Cowboys game.
Ex-Bears exec DePaul back in NFL as Eagles scout - Chicago Breaking Sports
Former Bears senior director of pro personnel Bobby DePaul is working again in the NFL. DePaul is in the Soldier Field press box for Sunday's game against the Lions and has been issued a credential as a scout for the Philadelphia Eagles, who play Detroit next week.