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Philadelphia Eagles Offseason Notebook - SB Nation Philly
Were Rashad Jeanty and Phillip Hunt good additions for the Eagles? Was Mike Vick wise to cancel his Oprah visit?

Key senator urges NFL to open its financial books - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
"Reluctantly, I have come to the conclusion that the only way to sort out this stalemate is for the owners and the league to answer the biggest sticking point: money," Sen. Jay Rockefeller wrote in a Washington Post opinion column on Friday. "What I’d like to see from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and the owners is a simple display of good faith: Show the union your books. Don’t keep secrets. If there are financial pressures that keep you from agreeing to the revenue-sharing plan proposed by the players, let’s see the proof."

NFL lockout strategy revealed | Philadelphia Daily News | 02/25/2011
The Union revealed documents what we knew all along: that the lockout has been strategized about by owners at the highest levels of the league for months and years.

Combine confidential | National Football Post
The video onslaught begins as the NFP takes you behind the scenes in Indianapolis.

Coughlin, Giants head into the unknown - NFC East Blog - ESPN
I think Coughlin and GM Jerry Reese are still stunned by what happened with Eli Manning last season. This is a borderline elite quarterback who led the league in interceptions. I've been (rightly) labeled an Eli apologist in the past, but there's absolutely no excuse for throwing 25 interceptions. His defenders will point to all of the tipped passes and inexperienced wide receivers, but I'll point you to some of the most careless decisions we've seen from Manning in years.