Michael Vick bit his tongue Wednesday when asked by the Dallas media about Rob Ryan’s all-hype comment. One day later, another Philadelphia Eagle couldn’t do the same.
Ryan ruffled the Eagles’ feathers during training camp at the Alamodome when he said the Cowboys would “beat their ass” when they played the “all-hype team,” a veiled reference to Philadelphia being dubbed the “Dream Team” by backup QB Vince Young after it signed a handful of big-name free agents.
Before practice Thursday, Eagles WR DeSean Jackson shot back at Ryan.
“For a coach to say that, it’s hard for me to…I wouldn’t expect that from a coach because he’s not out there playing,” CSNPhilly.com quoted Jackson as saying. “He’s calling plays and putting his defense in the right position to stop the offense. But as far as defensive coordinator, that’s kind of unheard of, uncalled for.
“It (would) be good if his players said that. Then I could understand, because we’re all out on ...