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Reid talks Dawkins, LB, his mustache and sandwiches | Philadelphia Inquirer | 06/15/2011
Andy Reid held a chat on Philly.com. Needless to say it was incredibly revealing and gave everyone the answers they were looking for!

Akers preparing for next season -- and a new team
"Right now it’s so hard to speculate, but right now I would say 'no' if I was a betting man," Akers said about a potential return to the Eagles. "But with how long [the lockout] is lasting and the craziness of the free-agency market, I’m not saying 100 percent anything."

Strike Impact: How The Eagles Were Torn Apart In 1982
Back in 1982, the Eagles were a pretty good football team until labor unrest ripped the team apart. This is the first of a two-part series.

Strike Impact: Missed Time Cost Eagles Dearly In ’82
Back in 1982, the Eagles were a pretty good football team until labor unrest ripped the team apart. This is the second of a two-part series.

NFC East tackle breakers - NFC East Blog - ESPN
NFC East players who fared the best in this study were LeSean McCoy of the Eagles and Ahmad Bradshaw of the Giants. Each was credited with 38 broken tackles, though McCoy got his in just 285 total touches as opposed to Bradshaw's 323. McCoy's "broken tackle rate" of 13.3 percent ranked 10th among NFL running backs (minimum 80 touches).