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The Linc - Jon Runyan Jr. chooses a school

Does Michael Strahan have a kid? Where's he going?

Football: Prep lineman Runyan chooses Wolverines
Following in the footsteps of his father, St. Joseph's Prep junior offensive tackle Jon Runyan Jr. has committed to play at Michigan.

The Tape Never Lies: Cary Williams will bring aggression and physicality to the Eagles’ secondary | 100 Yards and Running | Blogs |
Over the last few years, each of the Super Bowl winners have had a certain toughness to them that is borderline dirty. Late hits and big hits from in-your-face players, those that fit the cliché of hating to play against them but loving to play with them. Last season, the Baltimore Ravens had a few of those, one of which was cornerback Cary Williams.

The Most Indispensable Eagle - Birds 24/7
Who is the most indispensable player on the Eagles’ roster? LeSean McCoy? Jason Peters? Fletcher Cox? We take a look.

2nd-year RBs: Bryce Brown - Going Deep -
Do a little research on Bryce Brown's background and you'll quickly realize this was a young player who never wanted to attend college. The No. 1 high school recruit in the entire nation in 2009 -- ranked ahead of Trent Richardson, Matt Barkley, and Lamar Miller among many higher-profile others -- Brown would bounce around schools and perform ineffectively when he played. His college career consisted of 13 games. Brown did just enough to satisfy his NFL eligibility during a three-carry 2011 season at Kansas State, quit the team, and promptly entered the 2012 NFL draft.

Heaven and Hell | Eagles Blog
The Body Bag Game is one of the things Eagles fans love most. The team beat the crap out of the hated Redskins and knocked 7 players out of the game. And this happened on Monday Night Football. The nation got to watch as Buddy Ryan’s team destroyed the Skins, literally and figuratively.

Ex-scout: Dez Bryant had worst background I'd seen -

Aaron Hernandez's murder charge and subsequent release by the New England Patriots underscores the dilemma faced by NFL teams in evaluating players with troubled backgrounds. analyst Daniel Jeremiah recently estimated that NFL area scouts now devote 75 percent of their time to background and character research.

Today's Donovan McNabb tweet is actually a very nice one! His nephew was drafted in the top 10 of the NHL draft.