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The Linc - Bucs to celebrate Super Bowl anniversary Sunday

News & notes from around the web for December 7th


Eagles' d-line learning brand-new scheme
TOMMY BRASHER had to acknowledge he has never been in a situation anything remotely like this, in his nearly 72 years.

Tampa Bay Will Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Their Super Bowl Championship on Sunday
Amid a season chock full of added insults to injuries, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are planning to openly tease the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. At halftime of their scheduled meeting, the Bucs will celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their victory over the Oakland Raiders in Super Bowl XXXVII. Naturally, they climbed over the Birds in the NFC Championship game to get there.

Rob Chudzinski Mentioned As A Sleeper For Eagles
The Panthers set a team record for yards last season, thanks in large part to a standout rookie year out of Cam Newton. That was Chudzinski’s first year on the job. Prior to that he was the tight ends and assistant head coach for the Chargers, where he worked with Antonio Gates. He has also served as an offensive coordinator for the Browns and the University of Miami.

Will Eagles move Herremans back to guard?
Todd Herremans moved from guard to tackle to fit the Eagles' needs last season, and a change in the team's personnel could see him move again.

Brasher: Fletcher Cox 'can play any scheme'
Fletcher Cox was "built" for the wide nine, but now that Tommy Brasher has taken over as defensive line coach, the rookie is ready to adjust.

Eagles' Tommy Brasher jumped at chance to return to coaching
When Andy Reid asked new defensive line coach Tommy Brasher to return to coaching and help the Eagles for their final four games, Brasher didn't need to think much about it.

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