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2012 NFL Mock Draft: SI's Don Banks Predicts Philadelphia Eagles Will Select Fletcher Cox - SB Nation Philly
In Don Banks' latest 2012 NFL Mock Draft, the Sports Illustrated NFL analyst predicts that the Eagles will use the No. 15 pick on Fletcher Cox, a 6-foot-4, 295-pound defensive tackle from Mississippi State.

So far, so good for Eagles this off-season
First the DeSean Jackson extension, then the DeMeco Ryans trade -- Howie Roseman and the Eagles have made all the right moves this off-season so far.

Future of Eagles' fullback
When the Eagles cut down to 53 players next summer, don’t be surprised if there isn’t a fullback on the roster. Owen Schmitt was on the field for just 16.7 percent of the Eagles’ offensive snaps last season. Schmitt remains a free agent. Late in the year, the Eagles lined up Brent Celek in the ``I’’ in front of LeSean McCoy a couple of times. And they frequently lined up Celek and their other tight end, Clay Harbor , in the backfield in three-wide receiver shotgun formations.

Saints' bounty sanctions will help Eagles
Dealing with suspensions to their head coach, general manager and perhaps several players, the Saints' step back in the wake of bounty sanctions will allow the Eagles to move forward in the NFC.

Elfin: Gregg Williams’ Tactics Were Obvious In Washington " CBS DC
"Gregg came in and dropped $15,000 on the (table) and said, ‘Brad Johnson doesn’t finish this game. This is Wednesday and the money will go up later in the week. It could double or triple by the end of the week,’ "one of the players recalled

Cap sanctions holding up Fletcher deal? - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Alex Marvez of Sirius XM Radio spoke with Redskins linebacker Lorenzo Alexander on Friday, and Alexander said he believes the $36 million salary cap penalty with which the NFL hit the Redskins on the day before free agency is the reason for the holdup