Underrated players: NFC East - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Jamaal Jackson, C: The Eagles' offense has suffered through Jackson's injuries late in the past two seasons, but neither the injuries nor the suffering are any coincidence. The Eagles don't give Jackson much help, trusting him to block opposing defensive tackles one-on-one almost all the time. As a result, he wears down. But when healthy, he's strong and athletic enough to handle the assignment. The offense simply runs better when he's in there than it does when he isn't. Jackson plays a position where it's almost impossible to get noticed unless you mess something up, and when he's on the field, he doesn't.
Philadelphia Eagles a perfect fit for Plaxico Burress - The League - The Washington Post
For Burress, Philadelphia makes perfect sense, but do the Eagles really need a 34-year-old receiver with the weapons already at their disposal?
Ralph Vacchiano of The Blue Screen tweets a pic from "Camp Eli" – Blogging the bEast
Is it just me, or does anyone else find it funny that there’s some lady just strolling around the track with her baby?
Eagles coaches wave off lockout concerns | Philadelphia Inquirer | 06/10/2011
Athletes and coaches are self-critical, but rarely acknowledge problems in public. The Eagles players’ confidence in their abilities to clear any obstacle got them to the NFL.
Kevin Kolb & The Cardinals
There has been some recent talk about Kevin Kolb and whether he fits the Cardinals offense. After all, that is the team most desperate for a starting QB and Kevin is the best player available. A lot of people are connecting the dots and assuming the Cards go for Kolb. Does he fit?
NFL star DeSean Jackson inspires Vacaville youth | news10.net
Philadelphia Eagles star wide receiver and potent kick return specialist DeSean Jackson spent Thursday delivering words of inspiration to the youth of Vacaville. Jackson, the former Cal-Berkeley standout will hold his inaugural youth football camp at Vacaville Christian High School this weekend and arrived a day early to volunteer his time within the community
The Associated Press: Michael Vick surprises 2 grads with scholarships
In the minutes before giving his first commencement speech, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick professed to be more nervous than before a football game. He had nothing to worry about. A lovingly raucous crowd of several hundred cheered Vick throughout his remarks Friday to graduates of the alternative Camelot high schools at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia. The fact that he surprised a pair of students with $5,000 college scholarships didn't hurt either.
Public money will be used for upkeep of Bucs' luxury suites | National Football Post
Here’s a report that can’t sit well with Joe Fan. According to the St. Petersburg Times, nearly half of the $7.8 million in public money that will be used for renovations at Raymond James Stadium next year will be committed to the luxury suites.