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Strong NFL Presence Expected At Garrett Reid's Services - Birds 24/7
Eagles past and present are expected to join representatives from across the NFL today at the services for Andy Reid‘s oldest son, Garrett.

Eagles Breakout Candidate #2 - Keenan Clayton - Bleeding Green Nation
Keenan Clayton, a fourth round pick in 2010, has only been used very sparingly so far in his young career but has shown potential when he has gotten an opportunity. Note - We ran this piece yesterday, but it may have gotten a little buried with all the other news. Great in-depth stuff from John Breitenbach.

Injury update: Celek 'feeling a whole lot better'
Brent Celek worked out in pads for the first time since spraining his knee and admits that he's feeling much better than before.

Chris Polk showing how to pick up the blitz
Rookie running back Chris Polk blocked frequently in college because Washington ran a pro-style offense, so he came to camp prepared. During the drill, the 5-foot-11, 222-pound Polk pancaked cornerback Kevin Thomas, drawing cheers from his offensive teammates and foreshadowing what was to come during 11-on-11s.

Eagles trying to put pieces back together after Garrett Reid's death
The Eagles held their training camp walkthrough Monday morning at Lehigh University, but two pieces were missing. One, it appears, will only be away for a few days. The other is gone forever.

Last impressions before Eagles-Steelers
Brandon Boykin lights up when he thinks about Thursday night's preseason opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers. As the Eagles' first-team kickoff returner, it's possible he'll be the first Eagle to touch the ball in 2012. "I'm so excited for my first game, and to be the starting kick returner," said Boykin. "I definitely want to start it off in an exciting way."

Terrell Owens Agrees To Deal With Seahawks - Field Gulls
Terrell Owens has agreed to a one year deal with the Seattle Seahawks.