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Here are scouting reports on the new Eagles: Asomugha, Higgins, Lee, Locke, and Jones.

Didinger: Asomugha and Eagles shock the league
Nnamdi Asomugha's decision to join the Eagles sent shock waves through the NFL. And his addition makes the Birds an instant Super Bowl contender. By Ray Didinger

Eagles' Samuel doesn't want to be traded | Philadelphia Inquirer | 07/30/2011
Whether Asante Samuel wants to be traded or not - and he does not, according to his agent - the Eagles have already fielded calls from teams looking to acquire the Pro Bowl cornerback, NFL sources said.

Philadelphia Eagles notes: Jason Avant not worried about DeSean Jackson holdout |
"We understand the economic side of the game, the business side of the game," Avant said. "I'm not worried about DeSean when he's ready to compete."

Philadelphia Eagles kept Nnamdi Asomugha deal off the radar |
Friday, five people kept the secret as close as they could. While the world outside clamored to find out which direction Nnamdi Asomugha would turn, Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid, general manager Howie Roseman, team owner Jeffrey Lurie, team president Joe Banner and a woman who, Banner said, helps the team with contracts, were the only ones who knew about a dark horse that was about to win the race.


I Believe That Nnamdi Asomugha Wanted Out Of Oakland - Silver And Black Pride
The first thing that came to my mind after seeing that Nnamdi Asomugha signed for 12 million dollars a year to play in Philly was, "Routt is making 10?". Then I thought, hold on, Nnamdi voided a HUGE deal to become a free agent and then signed for millions less to go to a team that has a better track record over the past 6 years, the Eagles, because he sees them as having a chance to win it all.

Nnamdi Asomugha: Are The Giants Doomed? I Don't Think So - Big Blue View
Nnamdi Asomugha: Are The Giants Doomed? I Don't Think So

After landing Asomugha, Eagles move to 9/1 to win Super Bowl | National Football Post
After landing Asomugha, Eagles move to 9/1 to win Super Bowl

Aggressive Eagles display Super Bowl desire
Since sending shock waves through the NFL with a major haul of new acquisitions, the Eagles have displayed a strong desire to win. And win big. By Reuben Frank

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