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The free agents the Eagles might target | Philadelphia Inquirer | 07/24/2011
When it finally comes time to attack free agency, the Eagles will go at the NFL's shopping period from a variety of angles. There won't be just one free agent who gets the team's first call - there will be several getting calls from several members of the team's front office, said Eagles president Joe Banner. They've divided up a list of targets. "We've really already split up assignments," Banner said Thursday after owners voted to approve a proposed new collective bargaining agreement. "We will begin engaging with multiple people right away."

Larry Fitzgerald will factor into Cardinals' quarterback decision
The Cardinals, however, must be concerned about what impact signing a veteran such as Hasselbeck or the Ravens' Marc Bulger would have on their effort to re-sign Fitzgerald this fall. Will Fitzgerald be as anxious to sign another multi-year contract if the guy throwing him the ball has only a couple of years left, at most? The Cardinals have asked themselves that question. Their answer is one reason they will pursue Kolb.

Eagles Player Rep Says Guys Want To Play Football | Football News Now
Philadelphia Eagles player rep Winston Justice is in regular contact with his teammates keeping them apprised of the latest in the negotiations between the NFL and NFLPA. But Justice says at this point, the Eagles are ready for some football.

Philadelphia Eagles' special teams may be a weakness with kicker David Akers likely on the move | NJ.com
The greatest kicker in Eagles history will likely be kicking elsewhere this fall. The most exciting punt returner in Eagles history, or at least one of the most exciting, will likely not return punts this fall.

Joe Thomas and the NFL's top 10 offensive tackles of 2011 - USATODAY.com
A Pro Bowler every year since 2007, Jason Peters makes a lot of lists, including USA TODAY's at No. 5.