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Defensive tackle Mike Patterson is back on the 53-man roster of the Philadelphia Eagles. The move to activate him was made on Saturday.
Patterson has shown that he had made a full recovery following his brain surgery for AVM, a condition that caused him to collapse in seizures at training camp in the summer of 2011. To make room for Patterson, the Eagles released linebacker Jason Williams.
Patterson is thrilled at his progress and the chance to once again be a healthy member of the Eagles.
“More than anything, I am excited to get back out here…I am just hoping to stay with the speed and just keep on working. That’s the only thing I have a concern with, just staying with the speed of the game.”
WR Mardy Gilyard is out for Monday night with a hamstring injury. OG Danny Watkins will miss a second straight game due to a continuing ankle injury.
At safety, Nate Allen is listed as questionable because of his hamstring. If he’s not a go at game time, David Sims will take his...
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Last week, Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Jason Babin came out and ripped some Eagles fans for chanting vile things at the Eagles’ players last week.
Former Eagles linebacker Jeremiah Trotter was a guest on 95.7 The Fanatic in Philly and he ended up blasting Babin for his comments.
“When I hear some of this talk man it really, really pisses me off,” said Trotter, via Birds...
NewsTags: David SimsMike PattersonPhiladelphia EaglesThe Eagles have decided to activate defensive tackle Mike Patterson and there’s a good chance safety Nate Allen will miss the upcoming New Orleans game.
Concerning Patterson, he’s coming back from brain surgery during the off season. The Eagles doctors delayed his return...
15 months after having brain surgery, Eagles defensive tackle Mike Patterson has been activated to play, and could see time Monday night against the New Orleans SaintsNFL.com is reporting.
Patterson who was diagnosed with brain abnormalities almost 16 months ago, has looked good in practice according to head coach Andy Reid.
“He did a good job. He moved around well and...
All week there have been rumblings around this Philadelphia Eagles team about changes, a locker room in turmoil, and a lost season. Coach Andy Reid decided not to make a change at the quarterback position. Michael Vick called a players only meeting to clear the air in the locker room. The season that started with such high expectations hangs in the balance against the New Orleans...
Michael Vick is pointing a finger at the media for the Philadelphia Eagles’ woes throughout the 2012 NFL season. The Eagles are a disappointing 3-4 this season because of the media. It has nothing to do with the poor play calling of Andy Reid. It has nothing to do with all of Vick’s interceptions and fumbles and poor decisions. It has nothing to do with an overrated defense....
Michael Vick’s last start on Monday Night Football?
Monday Night Football, Saints and the Eagles two teams in desperate need of a win. Tonight’s game could also be the end of the Michael Vick Era in Philadelphia. The Saints are coming into the game with the worst defense in the NFL which you would expect the Eagles to take advantage of. With that said, Vick is the one expected...
Third year safety Nate Allen injured his hamstring in practice on Thursday. Allen then did not participate in practice on Friday, leaving his status for Monday night's Philadelphia Eagles at New Orleans Saints showdown in jeopardy.
He has not been ruled out yet for the game, but playing in the secondary with a recent hamstring pull seems unlikely. If Allen cannot play...
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LeSean McCoy, running back of the Philadelphia Eagles joined Angelo Cataldi on WIP radio station in Philadelphia today. He was asked several questions including the players-only meeting called on by quarterback Michael Vick, the week 8 Falcons loss, and his current workload.
Concerning the players-only meeting, McCoy had this to...