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Speculation is Eagles could get in Asomugha sweepstakes | National Football Post
The Philadelphia Eagles have already spent big on one cornerback with Asante Samuel, and now the buzz there is the club could be setting its sights on Nnamdi Asomugha, who could be the jewel of the free-agent market this year.

Blame the owners in NFL labor impasse | Philadelphia Inquirer | 02/20/2011
One minute, you get an e-mail from the league's PR officials trumpeting the enormous success of the league: Highest-rated this! Most popular that! The next minute, you get somber word that the owners are really, really hurting because of the onerous collective bargaining agreement with the players. Knee-slapping.

My Worst Eagles Predictions for 2010 — McNabb or Kolb | Philadelphia Eagles Blog
Sports have a way of making predictions look silly. There’s so much luck and uncertainty involved in every part of an NFL game or season that the reliability of any prediction is suspect. But what were my worst predictions of 2010? Let’s break it down.

Ex-Cape star now standout for NFL's Eagles | The News-Press | news-press.com
As a boy, Nate Allen watched the Edison Festival Of Light parade standing with his family on downtown Fort Myers sidewalks. This year, the Cape Coral High School graduate will have one of the best seats in the house as a co-grand marshal of Saturday's parade.

Free agent safety options for the Rams - Turf Show Times
One player to keep an eye on is Eagles S Quintin Mikell. The Eagles signed Mikell as an undrafted free agent in 2003, during Spagnuolo's time coaching in Philly. Mikell wasn't a starter until 2007, but since then he's earned a trip to the Pro Bowl, in 2009. From the Eagles perspective, they probably can't afford to let him walk away, but his future with the team is unclear. Eagles fans, at least one, prefers to keep Mikell over Atogwe.