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Running back LeSean McCoy was the last member of the Philadelphia Eagles to be featured on the NFL Network’s countdown of the league’s top 100 players of 2012. Shady came in at number 18.
Though McCoy wasn’t as displeased about his rating as quarterback Mike Vick, the opinions of his peers are still important to him. And he plans to prove them wrong in next year’s countdown. Shady took to Twitter to reveal his feelings on the ranking, saying, “Rating me #18 out of the whole NFL …. Next year top 5.”
This just in: Mike Vick is rich
Forbes recently published its list of the world’s richest athletes, and no shocker here—Mike Vick is on the list. He comes in at number 50, to be precise, having made $22 million from June of 2011 to June of this year.
Boxer Floyd Mayweather topped the list, with an estimated $85 million in earnings in the past year. Well damn.
The highest NFL player on the list is Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, whose earnings in the past year made him the 10th ...
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With training camp nearly a month away, there are still plenty of cuts that need to be made before the final 53-man roster is set.
Like every other team in the NFL, the Philadelphia Eagles will enter camp with position battles on both sides of the ball.
They currently have tremendous depth at wide receiver, as well as the defensive line. However, the...
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After taking a look at which five players the Philadelphia Eagles can’t afford to lose on defense, we switch our attention to the other side of the ball.
Like any other year, Andy Reid will enter the season on the proverbial “hot seat.” And like any other year, he’ll get extra scrutiny for what happens on offense.
In 2010, it was a quarterback carousel...
Safety Oshiomogho (O.J.) Atogwe signed a one-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles and knows that he will need to hit the ground running in order to get up to speed on learning the team’s defense without the benefit of OTAs and minicamp, all of which have passed. But it’s a challenge he’s ready to face.
“I’ve been fortunate in my career to be able to pick up defenses quickly...
To help pass the time during the driest period of football news, I thought we’d take a look back at the 2011 Philadelphia Eagles season and reminisce about some good plays.
This is meant to compliment my “evil twin” article titled “Philadelphia Eagles 2011 Season Rewind: 10 Plays That Made You Say “WTF”“, where we strolled down misery lane at plays that pissed us...
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The Eagles have four weeks off before their job site calls them back to work... Thankfully Matt Bowen answered my call to supply us with a Pleasant Valley Sunday blurb...
Matt Bowen is a former NFL safety who now writes for the Chicago Tribune and the National Football Post...
Dan Graziano of ESPN.com weighed in here tonight at Eagles Eye... he corrected my erroneous reference to his being employed by CBSSports.com in a recent blurgg... and wants to set the record straight.Graziano in fact blogs for the NFC bEAST... but he writes for ESPN, not CBS as I had stupidly reported...Anyhoo, Dan Graziano has something to say about the Eagles' cornerback situation...
By Len PasquarelliThe Sports Xchange Seven-year veteran safety O.J. Atogwe, added this week by Philadelphia, balked at suggestions his best football is behind him. Still, Atogwe, 31, hasn't been as productive in recent seasons, and there is a reason (or at least a perception) why the Eagles will represent his third team in three seasons. That said, Philly coaches still feel...
It wasn’t that long ago that Michael Vick was the NFL’s highest-paid player. People often forget that he endorsed many products during his six seasons with the Atlanta Falcons. But Vick lost everything following his 2007 arrest on dog fighting charges, for which he served 18 months in federal prison. Everyone who follows professional football has [...]