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The Linc - Saying Goodbye To Dawkins

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Dawkins connected with fans like no one else
After Brian Dawkins' retirement, Reuben Frank remembers Dawk's interaction with fans, in particular, making an 8-year-old girl's day.

Dawkins: "Always going to be pain" about Eagles end
Saying that "there's always going to be pain" about his end with the Eagles, Brian Dawkins, on the day of his retirement, said that the team's efforts to recognize his contributions to the organization have erased some of the bitter feelings leftover from their divorce three years ago.

3 years ago, Pete Prisco gave a resounding thumbs up to the Eagles for signing Stacy Andrews and letting Brian Dawkins walk – Blogging the bEast
"Thumbs up: To the Philadelphia Eagles. They added a power right tackle in Stacy Andrews, traded away disgruntled corner Lito Sheppard for a fifth-round pick next year and a conditional 2010 pick (Ed note: the Eagles never got this pick), then stood tall as Brian Dawkins, one of their aging leaders, signed with Denver. This is an organization that gets it."

Player-for-Player Trades Remain N.F.L. Rarity - NYTimes.com
The Eagles’ 15 player trades tie the Seattle Seahawks for most in the N.F.L. since the beginning of the 2010 off-season. No other team has made more than 10 player trades, and most hover around five.

Report: Brandon Jacobs drove one of the cars at the center of a 'Death Race' probe of two New Jersey state troopers | FOX Sports
NFL running back Brandon Jacobs was behind the wheel of one of the luxury sports cars at the center of a "Death Race" probe of two New Jersey state troopers, the Star-Ledger reported Monday.