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The Linc - End of the line for David Akers?

Jim McIsaac

49ers release David Akers - Niners Nation
In making this decision, the 49ers clear $3.05 million in cap space. The move itself was not surprising. Akers had a strong 2011 season, and got off to a great start through the first two games of 2012. Unfortunately, his season rapidly deteriorated.

A case for Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie
It's worth reconsidering Rodgers-Cromartie. There will undoubtedly be a market for him. He's 6-foot-2 and 182 pounds with top-end speed that included a 4.33 40-yard dash at the 2008 NFL Scouting Combine. In terms of size/speed, it's hard to find many players who fit the prototype better than Rodgers-Cromartie.

Despite 2011 Mistakes, Expect Eagles To Be Aggressive - Birds 24/7
"For us to not look back and see what happened at that time and why it happened… we’ve spent a lot of time doing that since Coach [Kelly] has gotten here – about where we were in our program. And it’s very different than where we’re at now," general manager Howie Roseman

Epic DB backfires leave Eagles in familiar spot | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
By failing miserably in their infamous 2011 attempt to build a Super Bowl-ready secondary, the Eagles find themselves in the same position nearly two years later.

Draft Rumblings | National Football Post
Russ Lande tells you what he is hearing from people around the NFL.

Eagles should target LT Eric Fisher with No. 4 pick | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
Eric Fisher is a gifted left tackle from Central Michigan. In addition to passing the eye test (6-7, 306), he is as light on his feet as any first-round pick at his position in years. I expect Fisher to be the second offensive tackle off the board after Reid’s Chiefs draft Luke Joeckel No. 1 overall.

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