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The Linc - Vick Hopes To Stay Healthy, Eagles Sign Return Man

Eagles' Vick healthy, hopes to stay that way | Philadelphia Daily News | 12/06/2011
"I just gotta take care of my body. I really didn't know I was that frail . . . That's 2 years in a row, two rib injuries, and I just can't have that," Vick said. "I've got to be out on the football field and accountable for my team. It's crazy, because we could have been in a situation where the situation is different, it's the end of the season, probably going to the playoffs, and I get hurt. I've got to make sure for the duration of the season I can keep myself healthy, throughout the rest of my career."

Former Illinois State safety signs with Eagles - WJBC - The Voice of Central Illinois
Tom Nelson earned All-Missouri Valley Football Conference honors three times during his standout career at Illinois State and was named the Missouri Valley Football Conference Freshman of the Year in 2005, when he led the Redbirds with 81 tackles, including 43 solo stops. His 15.59 yards per punt return average ranked first in the Valley that season, while he accumulated 24.71 yards per kickoff return, which also ranked third in the conference. Nelson finished his career as ISU’s career leader in kick returns (84) and kick return yards (1,912), and also ranks eighth in career punt return yards (366).

Asomugha back at practice after concussion
Nnamdi Asomugha was back at practice just four days after suffering a concussion in the Eagles' 31-14 loss in Seattle last Thursday.

Ego Mismanagement Started The Eagles’ Demise
The handling of DeSean Jackson and Asante Samuel was the Eagles' costliest mistake as both players haven't lived up to their lofty expectations.

Playoff scenarios in the wild NFC East - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Eagles finish 4-0, Dallas finishes 1-3 or worse and Giants finish 2-2 or worse. The Eagles, Cowboys and Giants would finish in a three-way tie and the Eagles would be division champs by virtue of tiebreakers.

Iggles Blitz " Blog Archive " The Case For Keeping Andy Reid
If I thought firing Reid would definitely push the Eagles toward the Super Bowl, I’d be all for it. Unfortunately, there is no such certainty. Firing Reid guarantees you nothing but change. Fans want that change because of the nightmare season. That’s emotion talking and not logic.

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