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Bednarik, 85, not enjoying hospital stay | Philadelphia Inquirer | 03/25/2011
Eagles Hall of Famer Chuck Bednarik remained in serious condition at a Bethlehem-area hospital Thursday, two days after experiencing shortness of breath, according to a St. Luke's Hospital spokeswoman.

Eagles' Kevin Kolb is hot commodity in NFL trade market - USATODAY.com
Instead of a placard bearing his name and organizational logo designating his table, Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid might have been better served posting a sign at this week's owners meetings coaches breakfast that advertised: "Gently-used starting quarterback. Best offer."

Connecticut LB Lawrence Wilson Scheduled For Eagles Visit | National Football Post
Wilson led the Big East last season with 123 tackles, also recording 3 1/2 sacks with 10 1/2 tackles for losses. For his career, he recorded 449 tackles and five interceptions as he returned three for touchdowns. He's a classic 4-3 weakside LB

NFL.com Blogs " Blog Archive Lehigh’s Rackley impresses O-line coaches "
How high is the NFL’s interest in Lehigh offensive lineman Will Rackley? Not only were scouts from six teams at the school’s pro day on Thursday, March 17, but eight more clubs sent their offensive line coaches, including the Cincinnati Bengals, Minnesota Vikings, New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles and Seattle Seahawks.

Ed Rendell Defends Philadelphia Fans - NYTimes.com
The former mayor of Philadelphia disputed GQ magazine's assertion that the city's fans were the worst in America, but maybe he wasn't the best messenger.