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News & notes from around the web for December 19th

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Brandon Graham and Fletcher Cox look to future with Eagles
Brandon Graham's locker is next to Fletcher Cox's locker. Cox said the two never discuss the link that defines the way both are viewed in Philadelphia, as former first-round picks so coveted that the Eagles traded up in the draft to get them.

RG3 practices in full, could be cleared Thurs.
Robert Griffin III returned to practice for the Redskins on Wednesday and is hoping to start Sunday against the Eagles.

Dawk: Keep Andy, But...
As the interview started to wind down the host asked about Andy Reid. "If you were in charge, what would happen to him?" Dawk didn’t hesitate. He said Andy would stay on as coach. Dawk then said he knew a lot of people would think he’s crazy, but that he believes Andy is such a good coach that he is the guy he would trust to turn things around. Dawk admitted he was being loyal to his old coach, but also said he still legitimately believed in him as a coach.

Coaching Buzz: Stanford's Shaw Staying Put - Birds 24/7
Ever since we started writing about potential head-coaching candidates in this space, many of you have thrown around the idea of the Eagles pursuing David Shaw. But you can cross the Stanford head coach’s name off your wish list. He’s staying put. Shaw has received a long-term contract extension, the school announced today.

What ever happened to Nate Allen?
In a peculiar move, Andy Reid announced today that Kurt Coleman and Colt Anderson would start at safety on Sunday ahead of Nate Allen.

Source: Eagles to sign TE Evan Moore
The Eagles plan to sign tight end Evan Moore on Thursday if the free-agent passes his physical, according to a team source.