Source: DeSean Jackson fires Drew Rosenhaus | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
An NFL source has confirmed that DeSean Jackson recently fired his agent Drew Rosenhaus and that Rosenhaus is trying to repair the situation.
Logan getting comfortable with Eagles' scheme | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
Still confused about the Eagles' primary defensive front? Don't worry, Bennie Logan is on the field, and even he can't quite identify it. "You really can't tell," Logan said with regard to a recognizable base defense. "We do it all. We run a whole different variety of schemes. We go 4-3, 3-4, you never really know how we're going to play. You've just got to go with whatever that game plan calls for."
Vick appears poised to remain Eagles' leader - Morning Call
Old man Michael Vick is fit enough to still be able to take younger teammate LeSean McCoy in a foot race, confident enough to believe he has what it takes to quarterback the Philadelphia Eagles under any system and savvy enough to know this is his last chance.
Philadelphia Eagles land in Central PA | WPMT FOX43
The Philadelphia Eagles made stop in Lancaster County on Saturday afternoon at the Eagles Pro Shop in the Rockvale Outlets. Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, linebacker DeMeco Ryans and linebacker Mychal Kendricks took a time out from their summer workouts to take pictures and sign autographs.
Eagles' LeSean McCoy: I'm a Tony Romo fan; I would take him over Joe Flacco | Dallasnews.com - News for Dallas, Texas - SportsDayDFW
"I like Romo, actually. I'm a fan of certain players. I might not like the team, but I'm a fan of certain players. I actually think Romo and Matt [Ryan] make it (over Flacco). But obviously Flacco has to be in there because of the Super Bowl. I would take Matt, and I would take Romo. As a quarterback, if you don't feel that pressure of not having a great defense, where if you don't go out and produce on this drive, the other team may score. Knowing you have that great defense behind you, it's less pressure so you have to put that into effect."
Ray Rice among NFL stars slated to appear at LeSean McCoy Celebrity Softball Game - Sports
Two All-Pro running backs, Ray Rice of the Baltimore Ravens and LeSean McCoy of the Philadelphia Eagles, are among the NFL stars scheduled to swing for the fences at Clipper Magazine Stadium later this month. The 2nd annual LeSean McCoy Celebrity Softball Game will bring a number of pro football's big names to Lancaster at 7 p.m. June 22.
Raiders fire P.R. director Gilbert (updated) | Raiders Silver and Black Blog | an SFGate.com blog
The Raiders fired P.R. Director Zak Gilbert Saturday. Gilbert had been on the job for one year, and was fired by Raiders owner Mark Davis after he had been brought in by general manager Reggie McKenzie, who had worked with Gilbert in Green Bay. Team sources say Davis was unhappy with a Sports Illustrated story that was published in April looking back on the team’s 4-12 season in 2012. The article, written by Jim Trotter, cast McKenzie in a good light but Mark Davis didn’t like how the story painted him or the job done by his father, late owner Al Davis, in the previous 10 years.