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DeSean Jackson holdout was a win-win | Philadelphia Daily News | 08/09/2011
This much, DeSean Jackson did manage to reveal. He is not Terrell Owens, he isn't interested in being a distraction, he wants a new contract. But he also very much wants it to be from the Eagles.

Iggles Blitz " Blog Archive " Jason Kelce on the Rise
Jason Kelce has gone from late round pick to potential starter. How? Why?

Jason Babin is the biggest under-the-radar free-agent signing - ESPN
In fact, most people are focused in on Nnamdi Asomugha, Cullen Jenkins and Vince Young, and rightfully so. Those are some great talents. But it would not surprise me one bit if Babin made the biggest difference of any player the Eagles landed this offseason. Playing opposite Trent Cole, and under the Eagles' new defensive line coach Jim Washburn, Babin has the chance to have a big season and make the type of noise that his acquisition didn't make last week.

The Giants’ odd offer to Osi – Blogging the bEast
If you’re going to pay the guy, pay him. If you’re going to trade him, then trade him. But incentives for sacks? I don’t get it.

NFL free agency: Winners and losers - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
Biggest winner — team Philadelphia: Swiping elite cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha away from serious suitors like Dallas and the New York Jets is reason alone to celebrate. But the Eagles made a slew of other impressive acquisitions like cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, defensive ends Jason Babin and Cullen Jenkins. Babin summed up his feelings about Philadelphia’s Super Bowl chances on Twitter: "I feel like we’re the Miami Heat of the NFL … except we win the final game." That championship victory is something the Eagles have never accomplished in the Super Bowl era.

Reid, Mornhinweg, Mudd trying all sorts of combinations on offensive line - Sports
The Philadelphia Eagles' offensive line could have as many as three new starters this season. Coach Andy Reid, offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg and new offensive line coach Howard Mudd have been tinkering with the middle and right side of the line during training camp.

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