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Teams not buying 'Easter Bunny' excuse for moving NFL Draft to May - Don Banks - SI.com
Even if you happen to believe in the Easter Bunny theory, or that the NFL had to move next year's draft to May solely because of a scheduling conflict with a Radio City Music Hall "Spring Spectacular'' show, there's more than a reasonable doubt within the league about the wisdom of adopting such a change on a long-term basis, as is being contemplated.

Nick Foles upstages Michael Vick at Eagles practice (With Video) - delcotimes.com
There was no argument, however, over which quarterback was most effective running Kelly’s hurry-up offense. It was Foles by a landslide.

Roseman: Some Eagles will 'fall by the wayside' because of scheme
Eagles GM Howie Roseman was on a panel, along with representatives from Philadelphia's three other professional sports teams, at the Rothman Institute's symposium on "The Impact of Sports," but was kind enough to stop and talk to a few a reporters about some Eagles and NFL issues.

National Recovery Administration: Forgotten symbol of New Deal agency gave Philadelphia Eagles their team name
The National Recovery Administration was dissolved in 1935, after a Supreme Court decision found the National Industrial Recovery Act unconstitutional, arguing that the executive branch had exceeded its bounds by making new laws, and that the laws themselves violated the government’s right to regulate commerce.. Before that happened, however, a new NFL franchise in Philadelphia, hoping to grab some of the New Deal’s optimism for its own, adopted the NRA’s symbol as a team name.

Coaching Change Has Danny Watkins Energized | Birds 24/7
“I struggled with Howard, and his coaching and some of his concepts,” Watkins admitted. “But that’s not his fault, that’s on me — that’s my responsibility to get better and do what I need to do. But this is more of a conventional type of offense in the pass protection and run progressions so it feels a lot better.”

Brian Urlacher officially announces retirement from the NFL - Windy City Gridiron
Chicago Bears legendary middle linebacker Brian Urlacher has retired.

Michael Crabtree suffered torn Achilles, according to report - Niners Nation
The 49ers reportedly suffered a tough loss on Tuesday as wide receiver Michael Crabtree reportedly suffered a torn Achilles. We look at what this means.

Bruce Allen: 'Too early to tell' if RG-3 will be ready for camp | National Football Post
The Washington Redskins continue to bang the drum by saying that Robert Griffin III is ahead of scheduled in his return from a gruesome knee injury. But no one can say if he will be on the field when the team opens training camp at its new summer site in Richmond, Va.