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Nnamdi Asomugha’s days in Philadelphia appear to be numbered, and it seems some of his teammates are trying to push him out the door.
Hollis Thomas is a former Philadelphia Eagle and now radio host on 94.1 WIP here in Philadelphia. According to an unnamed source, Hollis reported on air this morning that Asomugha who is different, and a little distant, would eat lunch in his car, to gain some me time.
Obviously this report can be pointed in several different directions considering some teammates may not like Asomugha, the Eagles brass is contemplating cutting him, being as though he’s due $15 million this season, $4 million guaranteed.
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The Philadelphia Eagles sputtered to a disappointing 4-12 record last season, and at one point, endured an eight-game losing skid. A lack of team chemistry was rumored to be one of the causes for the poor showing. Well, this story from ESPN certainly seems to support that claim.According to WIP Radio's Hollis Thomas, who played for the Eagles from 1996 to 2005, defensive back...
I don’t see the big deal about this, I use to eat lunch in my car all the time when I was working in corporate America. Sometimes you do need some “me time” away from your bosses.
It appears from the report by Pro Football Talk, some of Nnamdi teammates didn’t like his quirky and aloof ways and are now leaking them to the media. They are doing it anonymously of course.
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Earlier today the Philadelphia Eagles have announced the release of defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins. ESPN's Adam Schefter was first to report the release of Jenkins. Now Schefter is also the first to report the release of DT Mike Patterson.
Hours after releasing DL Cullen Jenkins, Eagles now have released former first-round pick Mike Patterson, who intends to continue playing...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Philadelphia Eagles also released DL Mike Patterson on Monday.
This news comes hours after Schefter reported that they were cutting DL Cullen Jenkins. This move should free up close to $3 million in cap space for the Eagles.
Patterson, 29, is a former first-round pick by the Eagles. He had four years remaining on the eight-year contract...
The Eagles continue to make moves to upgrade their roster, and allow themselves some flexibility. NFL.com is reporting that defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins has been released in a salary cap measure.
Jenkins was due $5.5 million from a five-year $30 million deal he signed as a free agent in 2011. Eagles GM Howie Roseman released a statement on the matter, and simply states that...
Former Green Bay Packers defensive end Cullen Jenkins was released Monday by the Philadelphia Eagles.
With Jenkins due to make 5.5 million for the 2013 season, the Eagles decided to part ways with the 32-year-old veteran. Jenkins had four sacks, 26 tackles and one forced fumble this past season while playing in all 16 games.
Jenkins, who played his first seven NFL seasons in Green...
Another member of the Philadelphia Eagles' "dream team" is gone. Defensive end Cullen Jenkins was released Monday two years after signing as a free agent.
Jenkins told 97.5 The Fanatic's Mike Missanelli he was "a little surprised," but not shocked. Nine years in the NFL and an abrupt end to his time with the Green Bay Packers taught him to expect these...
According to ESPN.com's Adam Schefter, the Lions will visit with recently released defensive tackle Mike Patterson.
Patterson, a first-round draft pick in 2005 out of USC, has played his entire eight-year career with the Philadelphia Eagles. He started 99 games, tallying 338 tackles and 16.5 sacks. His release created $3 million in cap room for the Eagles.