McCoy finds personal growth in charity softball game | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
Nearly 5,000 people attended the second annual LeSean McCoy Foundation charity softball game Saturday night at the magnificent Clipper Magazine Stadium, home of the Atlantic League Lancaster Barnstormers. Official attendance was 4,937. “I think when guys do stuff like this, whether it’s for a foundation or just giving back to the community, I think you’re becoming a complete person,” teammate and close friend Jeremy Maclin said. “It’s more than just playing football.”
The Eagles may not be so fortunate to face the Redskins Week 1 after all – Blogging the bEast
When the schedule was released, it was revealed that the Eagles would play the Redskins Week 1. With Robert Griffin III recovering from a torn ACL in the playoffs against Seattle, getting the Redskins Week 1 looked like it might be a major advantage for the Eagles. If RG3 could not fully recover in time for the season opener, the Eagles would instead face backup Kirk Cousins.
Eight in the Box: Secondary status check - NFC East Blog - ESPN
The Eagles gave their secondary a total overhaul this offseason. While there was talent in this group a year ago, it collectively made a ton of mistakes and just allowed far too many big plays. Simply said, the Eagles’ secondary was dreadful in 2012.
Trent Cole Still Has Plenty To Prove
As the 6-3, 270-pound Cole enters his ninth NFL season, he is not resting on his laurels. Far from it. Cole has been asked by the new coaching staff to add outside linebacker duties to his repertoire this season. Cole has been utilized as a stand-up rusher in the past, but will be doing it on a much more frequent basis in 2013. He has not shied away from embracing change.
Football: Shurmur set to play for La Salle
Kyle Shurmur, son of Eagles offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur, is registered at La Salle High and prepping to play quarterback for the Explorers in the fall.
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