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Draft Rumblings - Risers & Fallers Around The NFL | National Football Post
Russ Lande passes along which prospects are rising and falling leading up to the NFL Draft.

Trent Cole Embraces Challege Ahead
Defensive end Trent Cole has accomplished a lot in his first eight NFL seasons. The former fifth-round pick has earned two Pro Bowl nominations while accumulating the third-highest sack total in franchise history. Cole is not content, however, with his past accomplishments. Last year, Cole had 3.0 sacks. It was the lowest output of his career. It was the first time since 2008 where he didn't post at least 10 sacks.

Kevin Turner supports ex-player lawsuits regarding head injuries - Philadelphia Business Journal
Kevin Turner knows he might not live to see a resolution in the legal battle between the National Football League and about 4,200 former players over head injuries. But the former Philadelphia Eagles fullback, who now suffers from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, wants to make sports safer for his children’s generation.

Jason Kelce expects to return for OTAs in May | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
Eagles center Jason Kelce will not participate in the team's first minicamp under head coach Chip Kelly next week but expects to be ready when the team reconvenes in May for OTAs (organized team activities).

Pick your Poison: Ezekiel Ansah vs Bjoern Werner | National Football Post
With nearly all the Pro Days completed, most teams are beginning their final Draft meetings within the next week, so for the next four weeks we are going to compare and contrast two players who play the same position. This will give you the insight into the small things that can separate top prospects. We start this week comparing our top two defensive ends, Ezekiel Ansah and Bjoern Werner.

All-22: Does DeMeco Ryans Fit In a 3-4? - Birds 24/7
Does Philadelphia Eagles linebacker DeMeco Ryans fit in a 3-4? Here's a look with the All-22 tape.