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  • Reid has a lot of explaining to do

     
    OK, Andy Reid, time's yours. As clearly as concisely as you can, please explain to us the decision behind the latest reversal of the announced intent to keep defensive coordinator Sean McDermott and the reasons you didn't want the public......
  • Eagles shoot down Gruden rumors

     
    OK, we can all relax. All this Internet buzz about Jon Gruden taking over for Eagles coach Andy Reid apparently is just that: buzz. This morning, the Eagles were so buzzed about it that they felt compelled to issue a......
  • Another one bites the dust

     
    Everyone's still scratching their heads over James Urban's decision to leave the Eagles for a seemingly lesser job with a much lesser team less than two weeks after being promoted. Instead of helping Marty Mornhinweg as an assistant offensive coordinator....
  • Keep an eye on Kolb if lockout is halted

     
    When a ruling comes down early next month on whether the NFL owners are allowed to continue with their lockout and suspension of football operations, the Eagle to watch most intently obviously is quarterback Kevin Kolb. If the owners are......
  • Assorted NFL happenings

     
    Good afternoon. Lots to cover today, so we'll get right to our first item: Eagles safety Quintin Mikell, the subject of a great written report by 97.5 The Fanatic radio beat man Tim McManus. McManus talked to the 30-year-old unrestricted......
  • Enthusiasm level unaffected by lockout

     
    Think a labor stoppage might affect football the way it did baseball in 1995, when that sport returned to tens of thousands of fans disguised as empty seats? Think again. Unless an entire season is lost, which is unlikely, crowds......
  • WHAT TO MAKE OF THE DRAFT

     
    As projected, 'twas a very lean year for Penn State in the draft, with just offensive lineman Stefen Wisniewski and running back Evan Royster selected in the second and sixth rounds, respectively. Perhaps five or six other Nittany Lions will......
  • Vick to Burress? don't rule it out

     
    The latest Eagles buzz naturally involves another player who spent two years out of the NFL after running afoul of the law. Plaxico Burress, the New York Giants wide receiver who accidently shot himself in the thigh while attempting to......
  • Some sobering words from Fred-Ex

     
    Even though his last NFL game was the Super Bowl in February of 2005, ex-Eagles wide receiver Freddie Mitchell, the self-proclaimed People's Champion, continues to find a way to garner his share of the spotlight. Today comes some eye-opening sound......
  • Larry O was a true gem

     
    It has been a difficult week. On Tuesday, we lost Dieruff coaching icon Dick Schmidt and tonight I just learned of the passing of our Morning Call sports department colleague Larry O'Rourke. Details will be released tomorrow, but Larry was 46. He was a...
  • Get ready for the storm

     
    Great column on the Eagles today by Michael Silver of Yahoo Sports. The picture he paints in this story of their projected flurry of activity once a new collective bargaining agreement is signed is exactly how I see it going......
  • L.A. Marshall to induct first class into its Hall of Fame

     
    Los Angeles Marshall has selected 22 former student-athletes and coaches to be honored as the first class of inductees into its athletic Hall of Fame. The ceremony will take place June 15, 2012 in Joseph Sniffen Auditorium. The inductees: Jerry......