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Eagles notebook: Fists start flying, a sure sign that camp is in full swing - Sports
Defensive end Jason Babin, who was involved in a brawl a day during his last stint with the team in 2009, started it off by swapping blows with rookie guard Julian Vandervelde. Other duels included defensive tackle Derek Landri against center A.Q. Shipley, linebacker Moise Fokou against rookie guard Danny Watkins and rookie center Jason Kelce against defensive end Darryl Tapp.

Asomugha - Philly's Charles Woodson? |
Nnamdi is stingy with the receptions he gives up, allowing just 13 receptions last season. Think about that for a second – receivers will get 13 receptions in a game, and Asomugha only gave that up over fourteen weeks. His percentage of receptions per coverage snap is also far better than any other cornerback last season, and those numbers have been at a crazy level for a few years now.

Vick and makeshift receiving corps have strong day in passing game - The Washington Post
Eagles quarterback Michael Vick completed a pass against Asante Samuel during training camp Saturday and the always-chatty cornerback challenged Vick to try it again. "Do that again, Vick," he yelled. The quarterback obliged him on the very next play, completing a bomb against Samuel to wide receiver Johnnie Lee Higgins, whom the team recently signed as a free agent.

Eagles' DeSean Jackson to end holdout | Philadelphia Inquirer | 08/06/2011
BETHLEHEM, Pa. - With the Eagles steadfast on not renegotiating his contract and the date that he would lose a year toward free agency set in stone, DeSean Jackson has decided to end his holdout.

Eagles go four corners on 'D'
They've insisted they can find room for three Pro Bowl-level cornerbacks on the field at the same time, and the Philadelphia Eagles proved it Friday on the first day all players were able to practice.

Eagles Extras: An NFL Jersey Number Costs $10,000+
According to the Eskin family, defensive lineman Jason Babin shelled out in excess of $10,000 to Trevor Laws to get the coveted No. 93. Mind boggling numbers there, literally.

Photos: Pee-wee Herman stops by Cowboys training camp - Shutdown Corner - NFL Blog - Yahoo! Sports
I can't even begin to explain how funny and ironic this is.

Iggles Blitz " Blog Archive " Where Did All The Secret Money Come From?
Sam does a great job explaining how the Eagles added all the players they did.

2011 Philadelphia Eagles | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
A really cool Eagles wallpaper


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