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The Linc - Welcome Back Cullen Jenkins

Jenkins likes Eagles enough to take pay cut
Defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins was happy to take a pay cut if it meant staying in Philadelphia. In fact, he would like to retire an Eagle.

The importance of keeping Jenkins
In the free agent frenzy of 2011, Cullen Jenkins was signed to fit Jim Washburn’s attacking scheme and provide pressure up the middle, but in his introduction to Philadelphia it was immediately clear that he brought much more to the table.

Jenkins Back: Scratch DT from Draft List?
Even though Jenkins is 31 and might not be a long-term starter, his return, along with the return from injury of Antonio Dixon, might mean the Eagles don't target a defensive tackle with the 15th overall selection in the April entry draft. If they re-sign pending free agent Derek Landri, that will become even less likely.

Keeping DeSean Jackson Isn’t About The WR, It’s About The QB | GCOBB.COM
The reason I believe the Birds can and will hang onto Jackson is because of his important to quarterback Michael Vick. The Eagles future is tied to Vick especially in the 2012 season. If Vick flourishes the Eagles have the chance to do something special in 2012. If he struggles, the season could and will likely be a disaster.

Iggles Blitz " Blog Archive " Great Expectations
In the last 48 regular season games, the Eagles have gotten less than 5 good games of MLB play. Think about that for a second.

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