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EaglesFanCast - A Philadelphia Eagles Fan Podcast and Blog " EaglesFanCast 105 – Eagles Schedule 2011
I was a guest of the latest EaglesFanCast to talk about the newly released Eagles schedule and other offseason issues.

Philadelphia Eagles 2011 Strength Of Schedule Is Average - SB Nation Philly
The Eagles' strength of schedule is pretty much right in the middle.

Kevin Kolb prefers trade, but would return to Eagles as backup - NFL - Sporting News
"I'll go to work as a backup if that happens," Kolb told Charean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "That'll be my job. That's a possibility. I hope it doesn't happen."

Breaking down the DLs: Philadelphia - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Trent Cole is one of the very best defensive ends in football. He is a tremendous all-around player. But he did wear down as the season progressed. A year ago leading into the draft, the Eagles obviously fell in love with Brandon Graham, trading up quite a ways to land him to complement Cole. I remain very high on Graham, but he did have an up-and-down rookie year and ended the season with a serious knee injury. If the knee comes around quickly, Graham might be the ideal bookend to Cole.

Tougher than usual to get excited about release of Eagles' schedule | Philadelphia Inquirer | 04/20/2011
Getting excited about the release of the actual schedule - the exact order and dates of the games - is more difficult than usual, and unless you really have a calendar fetish, it's always pretty difficult. Still, we are forced to pretend. Sure, sure, there will be a season, and, yes, there are a couple of interesting things about the schedule, assuming it ever gets to be played.