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The Linc - Kevin Kolb's Summer

KANSAS CITY MO - AUGUST 27: Kevin Kolb #4 of the Philadelphia Eagles runs for yardage during a preseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on August 27 2010 in Kansas City Missouri.  (Photo by G. Newman Lowrance/Getty Images)
KANSAS CITY MO - AUGUST 27: Kevin Kolb #4 of the Philadelphia Eagles runs for yardage during a preseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on August 27 2010 in Kansas City Missouri. (Photo by G. Newman Lowrance/Getty Images)
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Evaluating Kevin Kolb's Summer - SB Nation Philly
QB Kevin Kolb is the key player for the Eagles in 2010. What did we see from him this summer? What went on behind the numbers? Tommy Lawlor examines.

Winners and losers: Sizing up rosters on NFL cutdown day - NFL - CBSSports.com Football
Winners: The Philadelphia Eagles: First, they beef up their offensive line with Reggie Wells, a quality starter whom coach Andy Reid coveted for years. Wells is an important addition to an offensive line that must protect new quarterback Kevin Kolb with dependable guys -- and Wells is one of them.

Philadelphia Eagles cutdown analysis - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Biggest surprise: At the last minute, the Eagles were able to move Stacy Andrews and his reduced (but still too large) salary to the Seahawks for a seventh-round pick in 2011. Andrews had been a huge disappointment for the Eagles and now they feel fortunate to receive anything in return for him.

Andrews Talks About Being Traded to Seahawks
Stacy Andrews talks with Amy Fadool after being traded to Seattle.

Pa. football roundup: Reid sparks Harriton victory over Aces | Philadelphia Inquirer | 09/03/2010
Andy Reid's son, Spencer, had two big TD runs to help his team to a victory. A Reid that likes to run the ball!

Owner rankings, Part 2: Split decision at top - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
11. Philadelphia Eagles – Jeffrey Lurie: If cool, stable, no-frills leadership is what you prefer, Lurie is a hell of a role model. A self-sufficient, non-meddlesome owner, Lurie has a strong, well-respected team president in Joe Banner and a similarly stable head-coaching situation.