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The Linc - Let's boo Cataldi and cheer McNabb

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Angelo Cataldi: Boo Donovan McNabb one last time

Reports of a September retirement ceremony for Donovan McNabb have yet to be confirmed, and already 94 WIP's Angelo Cataldi is calling for fans to boo him.

Police are still investigating alleged McCoy assault | ProFootballTalk
According to, New Jersey State Police are still looking into the incident. Sgt. Brian Polite told that the plaintiff reported being on the bus rented by McCoy traveling from New York City back to Philadelphia, that she claims she was shoved to the ground, that she contends she was struck with a liquid, and that she contends she was removed from the bus. However, the criminal report does not repeat the allegation that McCoy actually struck the woman or physically removed her from the bus

Eagles quarterback competition could last a while
Michael Vick, Nick Foles and Matt Barkley were on the field together for the first day of organized team activities on Monday. But any hope for a clue about who will start at quarterback for the Eagles this season based on the first practice was diminished by coach Chip Kelly's rotation.

Eagles could go months before starting QB is named | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
There could be some lead-horse jockeying over the next few camps and OTAs and throughout the early part of training camp, but Kelly so far has shown to be true to his word. He has frequently said his quarterback competition would be all inclusive, unbiased and extensive.

Felix Jones OK with Eagles' crowded backfield | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
Former first-round pick Felix Jones had the best game of his career against the Eagles in 2010, but he's now trying to find a spot in the Birds' crowded backfield.

Eagles rookie Momah learning from legend Carmichael | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
Ifeanyi Momah had just wrapped up his first workout as an Eagles wide receiver and headed for the locker room when the most recognizable pair of hands in team history reached out and yanked him into an office.

 There, staring across from the freakishly towering 6-foot-7 wideout, stood Harold Carmichael, the only person in the NovaCare Complex capable of seeing eye-to-eye with Momah.

The L-Word: Football's Go-To Bargaining Chip - Voice of San Diego: Government
Several NFL teams have threatened to move to L.A. after cities refused to give them money. The teams never do.

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