Michael Vick, Andy Reid build relationship as Eagles chase title - NFL.com
I can say that while coach has been in my presence, while I've been here, he's been a sort of father figure," Vick told NFL.com, as the Eagles went through their final day at Lehigh University. "(As) a father figure, you're mentoring someone, anyone you care about, you're gonna tell them the right things to do, the correct way to do things at the right time, and give them advice when they need it. And that person needs to be open and easy to talk to. That's a father figure. "I can honestly say he's been the substitute for the man in my life that I don't have right now. It's great, because I really don't have too many people to lean on."
Eagles Wake-Up Call: Kendricks, Boykin To Get Tested - Birds 24/7
Boykin & Kendricks will get a chance to match up with Gronkowski & Welker.
Wes Welker could be the perfect test for Eagles CB Brandon Boykin on Monday night – Blogging the bEast
What better way to find out if Joselio Hanson is a necessary component on this team than to line up Brandon Boykin against the best slot receiver in football for an entire half and say, "OK kid, let’s see what you got."
Tiger Jones - Philadelphia Eagles -NFL - Men's Fitness
Wide receiver Anthony "Tiger" Jones on vying for a roster spot for the Philadelphia Eagles—and on never giving up on his dream.
Sam Donnellon: Son's death has turned Eagles' Reid into a guy we root for
A rock, yes. A tough guy, yes. But one who was genuinely moved by the embrace of a populace that he so embittered that some actually rooted for him to lose games last December, just to be rid of him. Now? Now who isn't rooting for the guy?
Two Minutes Of Hate: Dallas Cowboys - Bolts From The Blue
Bolts from the Blue's Richard Wade explains why he can't stand the current, boring iteration of the Cowboys and why he misses the earlier, stabbier version.
Injury update: Nnamdi’s neck ‘feels good’
While Nnamdi Asomugha had trouble speaking because of his lacerated lip, he still said he "feels good" as he returns from violent training camp collision.
Travis Henry, like Michael Vick and Plaxico Burress, looking for NFL redemption - CBSSports.com
Travis Henry, who last played in the NFL in 2007, has been reinstated and can resume his football career. He spent three of the four intervening years in prison for cocaine trafficking but is now an unrestricted free agent free to sign with any team who'll have him. But that's the problem: the Bills' 2001 second-round pick is 33 years old, which in running back years works out to retirement age.