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
Before the NFL lockout began 118 days ago, the Seattle Seahawks reportedly offered the Philadelphia Eagles a trade package that included a first-round pick in exchange for quarterback Kevin Kolb. Matt Hasselbeck is set to become a free agent when the lockout is lifted, and Charlie Whitehurst is not starter material. However, a look at the recent history of trades for quarterbacks might make the Seahawks reconsider their offer for Kolb.
New Orleans Saints secondary coach Dennis Allen is expected to interview for the vacant defensive coordinator positions with the Denver Broncos and Philadelphia Eagles, over the weekend. Mike Triplett, of the Times-Picayune, has the story, below.
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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