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This Given Sunday:
Michael Vick's remarks at the NFL Rookie Symposium were well received. "Are you bigger than the game," asked Vick? His answer is no while citing lessons he learned in the lead-up to his downfall for dog fighting. Vick could see his fall coming, but did not change his behavior. He advised incoming players to hold themselves accountable and be wary of those who see their company. "The game will get along with, or without you."
Whether you buy Vick's change or heart, or not, he can reach some players that Roger Goodell cannot. Kudo's to Vick for sharing life's lessons learned.
Ron Jaworski believes Michael Vick is in for a big year in 2012, according to a story in profootballtalk.nbcsports.com. This is "the first time since 2006 with the Falcons that he will go through the OTAs and training camp as the starting quarterback," says Jaws. But to have that big year, Vick cannot leave plays on the field by going outside the pocket. Jawarski ch...
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When a game is decided in the waning moments of the fourth quarter, whom do you want on the field?
In the case of the Philadelphia Eagles, this is tricky.
Since the Eagles are loaded with talent on both sides of the ball, would you prefer to see the Michael Vick-led offense make an attempt at coming from behind? Or do you place your trust in the defense...
With the Eagles moving on and putting their 2011 nightmare campaign behind them, hopes are once again high in the City of Brotherly Love. Though, as with any team, they will only go so far as their quarterback — in this case, Michael Vick — takes them.
Ron Jaworksi thinks it could be quite a long way.
After vigorously studying every snap Vick took last season, Jaws, an analyst...
Are fullbacks on the Philadelphia Eagles on the verge of an extinction level event? Howard Mudd could be to the fullback position what a huge meteor was to the dinosaurs.
There are a few compelling reasons to at least make you wonder if the Eagles will keep one on the roster this year.
Going the way of the dinosaur? Photo: Jim McIsaac/Getty Images
Consider this (per Pro Football...
This week, Philly Sports Muse takes a look at the offseason moves by the Eagles that will contribute to an improved defense in the 2012. So far, the importance of the acquistions of secondary coach Todd Bowles and LB DeMeco Ryans have been discussed. The team also looked to shore up the defense by having one of the best drafts in recent memory.
The Eagles first three picks were of...
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Mike Vick has had a busy week. Enlightening rookies on Monday, celebrating his 32nd birthday on Tuesday and the most of event of all is taking place today–he will marry long-time companion Kijafa Frink.
The wedding will take place in Miami Beach at the prestigious Fontainebleau Miami Beach, where Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh married last summer. The guest...
After a disappointing 2011 season in which the Philadelphia Eagles posted a 8-8 record and missed the playoffs. Andy Reid has remained the scapegoat to Eagles fans. Overall Andy Reid is now entering his 13th season with a record of 126 wins, 81 losses and 1 tie as the Philadelphia Eagles head coach.
Despite all of the talent the Eagles acquired last season during free agency, the...
As Donovan McNabb sits back and most likely chuckles at Terrell Owens recent string of public gaffes and says ‘I won,’ the former starting QB is attempting to get back into the NFL.
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+ Mike Smith and Thomas Dimitroff had it right in 2008 when they built the Falcons’ offense around Michael Turner. The “Ground and Pound” approach took pressure off rookie Matt Ryan and the Falcons surprised by winning...