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Report: NFL labor talks free agency could be in total 'chaos' - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
"Chaos," an AFC GM told The Post Wednesday when asked about the possibility of a two- or one-week free-agency period. "It wouldn't be impossible, but just getting all the physicals [vetted] in that short of time would be a problem."

Yes, the Eagles are in the Giants' heads - NFC East Blog - ESPN
The public feud between Osi Umenyiora and Twitter gangster LeSean McCoy that erupted last week was both hilarious and illuminating. It was the kind of thing that made you think that maybe the Eagles, who have beaten the Giants the past six times they've faced them, are getting to the Giants. You know ... psychologically.

Lockout keeps Eagles apart at Margate event - pressofAtlanticCity.com:
The absurd parameters of the NFL's ongoing labor dispute were on display at the Milton and Betty Katz Jewish Community Center on Wednesday night. Upon arriving for the JCC's inaugural "Sports Night," new Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Juan Castillo had to deal with an awkward situation. The invited guests for the event - which was created to help with the organization's children's scholarship fund - also included Eagles center Jamaal Jackson and defensive tackle Trevor Laws.

Eagles' Allen leads by example | The Asbury Park Press | APP.com
During his days as a quarterback at Cape Coral High School, Nate Allen was known for his quiet, guide-by-example style of leadership.

Iggles Blitz " Blog Archive " More About Right Cornerback
Tommy takes a look at a few potential options at corner.

NFL.com news: Bigger rosters would help teams get through camp, GMs say
The NFL's competition committee has broached the idea of expanding training-camp rosters for 2011, considering all of the offseason activities and teaching time that has been lost, as well as the months of evaluation that teams normally would have to work with depth players and prospects. The idea has been embraced by numerous general managers.