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Vick: We've Done A Lot Of Read Option | Birds 24/7
“We’ve done a lot of read option,” said Vick. “It’s part of what we do. I’ve been working very hard in the weight room, and all the quarterbacks have as well. We’re trying to make sure we’re physically ready for whatever needs to be done in this offense.”

Team-by-team strength of schedule for 2013 - NFL.com
Eagles have the 13th "easiest" schedule according to last seasons records.

Analyzing the advantages and disadvantages of the Eagles’ 2013 schedule – Blogging the bEast
In which Jimmy you analyzes the adv... you get it.

E.J. Manuel says Eagles, Bills and Jets are showing strong interest | ProFootballTalk
“I feel really good about the Philadelphia Eagles, I feel really good about the Buffalo Bills, I feel really good about the New York Jets,” Manuel said. “I met with even more teams than that, but those are some of the teams I feel really confident in. I know they need quarterbacks, I know they want quarterbacks, they have brand new coaching staffs and things like that, so they want a fresh start. They want an energetic kind of quarterback to come in and play.”

Answering the NFL draft questions asked every year. | SportsonEarth.com : Mike Tanier Article
Every NFL draft season brings about the same types of articles: busts, steals, controversies. We argue the same things every year. So let's try to find some closure and put an end to many of the most common questions and stop talking about Ryan Leaf.

Early Returns Positive For Eagles' Offensive Line - Birds 24/7
The offensive line is now under the direction of Jeff Stoutland. For players like Herremans and Jason Peters, it’s their third position coach in four seasons. Asked to compare Stoutland’s teaching style to Howard Mudd’s, Herremans said, “He works [us] a little harder. He’s a little louder. He’s intense. You can tell that he’s a college coach, kind of in your face. He’s kind of got one tone, and that’s loud. But it’s positive. He’s not dog-cussing any of us or anything like that.”

Eagles using sign language to call plays
On Thursday, running back LeSean McCoy said that plays were being sent in via "sign language." At Oregon, Kelly ran his up-tempo offense with signs on the sideline that told the offense which plays to run, often using only one-word terminology. Patriots coach Bill Belichick borrowed the one-word idea and used it last season in New England.

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