NFL Players: Tired of Being Fat - WSJ.com
The supersized NFL behemoths who have dined on steak and milkshakes and clogged up the field for about a century are suddenly doing the unthinkable: they're on a diet.
Five Things To Remember About the Eagles' Defense - Birds 24/7
Here are five things to remember about the Eagles’ defense – some good, some bad – with an eye on the upcoming season.
Paul Domowitch: Harbor becoming quite the catch for Eagles' offense - Philly.com
CLAY HARBOR stays after practice each day to work on his pass-catching skills. Has a quarterback or a coach throw him 50 extra balls before he calls it a day and heads for the locker room. The extra work has paid off. Since training camp started 3 weeks ago, Harbor hasn't dropped a single pass. Not a one. Thirty-two practices and God knows how many passes thrown in his direction, and not one catchable ball has hit the ground.
G Vandervelde working on learning center
Second-year guard Julian Vandervelde has been taking snaps at center, and offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg is comfortable with him there.
The Eagles have finished OTAs, mini-camps and even training camp. One preseason game is in the books. We know a lot about this team, but there are still unsettled positions. What jobs are still open?
Eagles trying to find ways for Edwards to fit in
With Kafka rehabbing a broken nonthrowing hand, Edwards is less of an afterthought than he seemed to be early on, but he still sees little practice time. In Monday's game at New England, he will be the third quarterback, behind Vick and Foles. The starters are scheduled to play as much as three quarters. Don't tune in early to see Edwards.
Minnesota Vikings fans go crazy in Metrodome - NFL.com
The second half of an NFL preseason game isn't always the most exciting place to be in the world, so we'll forgive the Metrodome audience on Friday night for getting a little distracted. And collectively losing their mind.