What a long, strange trip it’s been this NFL offseason. It seems like only yesterday the news was filled with talk of a lockout and threats of a fall and winter without football. It’s now all in the past with nothing left to worry about but the fate of your favorite team
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick said the "City of Brotherly Love" wasn't actually his first choice of where he was going to begin his second career in the NFL, after nearly two years in federal prison.
It might be tough to throw against the Philadelphia Eagles this season.
A secondary already bolstered by the trade bringing Dominique Rogers-Cromartie to Philly, the Eagles picked up the most sought-after free agent on the market by signing Nnamdi Asomugha to a five-year contract
Believe it or not, I did not write an article calling the Atlanta Falcons an epic failure. Sportswriter Jeff Schultz covers the Falcons 24/7 365. If anyone knows the dirty birds, it's him. "They failed. Epically."-Jeff Schultz. Read more.
The Green Bay Packers hung on and defeated the Philadelphia Eagles, 21-16, in NFC playoff action, on Sunday, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. the Associated Press, courtesy of espn.com, has the story, below.
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