DRC thinks Bowles' Ideas Will Help Secondary
"He brought a lot of clarity," Rodgers-Cromartie said of Bowles, fresh from a stint as the Dolphins’ interim head coach. "He really zoned in on the man thing, that we’re really going to do. I think there’s going to be a lot of pressing, not too many zones." This is definitely what DRC wants, knowing when he lines up "that’s your guy … way simpler."
Paul Domowitch: Things really clicking for Eagles' Kelce
Kelce said it took about four games for everything to really click for him last year. He points to the Eagles' 34-7 win over the Cowboys in Week 8, when he outplayed Pro Bowl nose tackle Jay Ratliff, as the day the boy center became an NFL man.
Eagles' Jarrett 'motivated by pride' in year two
Disappointed? Yes. Discouraged? No way. After a year on the sidelines, Eagles safety Jaiquawn Jarrett is eager to show his worth.
Phil Sheridan: Knowing Eagles players is as important as knowing playbook
In which we are introduced to the word, "Asantectomy"
Don't Let The Franchise Tag You; Bomani & Jones, episode 19 - YouTube
Wes Welker is just the latest NFL player to seem surprised the club he plays for doesn't gleefully hand out lucrative, long-term contract extensions. It may not make you popular with the fans, but it's like this: hold out, get paid; go play, get played. Just ask Matt Forte.
'American Idol' Loses TV Ratings Crown to Football - Yahoo! TV
For the first time in a long time, "Idol" won’t finish as the top-rated program in primetime. According to preliminary numbers, NBC’s "Sunday Night Football" will go down as this season’s top-ranked program. The NFL game of the week averaged around 20.7 million viewers, while "Idol's" Wednesday edition averaged 19.7 million viewers this season.