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The Linc - Tom Brady's Agent's Wacky Idea For An 18 Game Season

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Tom looking ashamed at his agent's apparent stupidity.  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
Tom looking ashamed at his agent's apparent stupidity. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
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Tom Brady's Agent Has An Idea For Solving The NFL-NFLPA Standoff. Be Very Afraid. - From Our Editors - SBNation.com
Institute a rule that prohibits any player from appearing in more than 16 games. "This compromise will create even more interest from fans," Yee said in an e-mail to The Associated Press. "What two games will the head coach sit the starting QB? That's a discussion that will set sports talk radio airwaves afire."

Clay Harbor Has Surgery To Repair Sports Hernia
Eagles tight end Clay Harbor said he recently underwent sports hernia surgery and will be 100 percent for the start of offseason workouts – if there are any. Harbor, whose playing time increased late in the season, said he played most of the season with the injury. He said it made him uncomfortable at times but wasn’t very serious and didn’t affect his play, although it was serious enough to require surgery.

Investigator: Wait to see if Philadelphia Eagles' Michael Vick has changed - ESPN
"If he's sincere or not, it doesn't really matter because what he's doing now, he's doing a positive thing by speaking to kids in the community about his mistakes and telling them not to go there. What he's doing is good for the public."

Eagles' new offensive line coach Mudd will keep Vick protected | Philadelphia Daily News | 02/11/2011
AFTER SPENDING 12 seasons in charge of the security detail that protected the Colts' Peyton Manning, Howard Mudd was coaxed out of retirement by Andy Reid a couple of weeks ago to help keep Michael Vick in one piece. Aside from the fact that they both can hum the ball, Manning and Vick are about as different as two quarterbacks can be.

Demaryius Thomas tears Achilles’ tendon | ProFootballTalk
Broncos 2010 first-round pick Demaryius Thomas tore his achillies tendon while working out this offseason

DeSean Jackson Discusses How Aaron Rodgers Got Him To Come To Cal - Bay Bridge Banter - SB Nation Bay Area
DeSean Jackson and Aaron Rodgers are arguably the two most famous and talented California Golden Bears playing in the NFL right now. The Philadelphia Eagles receiver talked about how the Super Bowl winning quarterback for the Green Bay Packers convinced him to go to Cal with his play against USC.