Leonard Weaver's long shot to return to football
This week, Leonard Weaver drove past the gate and into the Eagles' NovaCare Complex for the first time in months. His return was bittersweet. Weaver was there to make official something he already knew, but could not embrace.
It's a no-brainer: Eagles must keep DeSean
It’s become fashionable lately to trash DeSean Jackson and to convolute logic to such a degree that we’re actually trying to convince ourselves that the Eagles would be a better football team without him than with him.
Wallace's availability could affect DeSean
In the past, teams would have had to give up a first- and third-round pick to sign Wallace. But with the new CBA, it's just a first-rounder. So, what does this have to do with Jackson? He and Wallace are two of the premier young deep threats in the game, and teams could have a chance to potentially make a run at each of them.
Cap could cause Eagles to part with Samuel
With the NFL salary cap expected to decrease next season, Asante Samuel's $10.5 million could mean his departure from Philadelphia.
Falcons won’t overpay to keep Curtis Lofton, John Abraham | ProFootballTalk
Curtis Lofton and John Abraham are both stalwarts of Atlanta's defense, but as free agency approaches, the Falcons seem willing to let both of them walk. The Falcons are widely expected to use the franchise tag to keep one soon-to-be free agent, cornerback Brent Grimes.