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Jeremiah Trotter took aim at Jason Babin for complaining about the lack of support from Eagles fans.
Babin, who is in his third season with Philadelphia, ripped Eagles fans for being disloyal and chanting “vile things” during the team’s home loss to the Falcons last weekend.
Trotter played eight seasons with the Eagles over three different stints. He thrived as a member of the organization, reaching the Pro Bowl four times during his career — all when he was with Philly. As a player who was successful with the team, he felt the need to set Babin straight.
“When I hear some of this talk man it really, really pisses me off, because you’re focused on the wrong thing,” Trotter said on 97.5 The Fanatic, per Philly Mag.com. “You should be focusing this week on the Saints, not focusing on what the fans are saying, or putting things on Twitter saying this or that. Come on, dude. Go out and win some games. Let the fans do what they’re gonna do. Fans are still going to be fans, and they hav...
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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.
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The Philadelphia Eagles offensive line has already been decimated by injuries and Monday night’s game against the Saints saw yet another lineman fall with Todd Herremans making an early exit with a right ankle/foot injury. He was carted off to the locker room.
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The Philadelphia Eagles will be without several players
during tonight’s pivotal matchup against the New Orleans Saints, including
offensive lineman Danny Watkins (ankle) and punt returner Mardy Gilyard
(hamstring), but the team will have defensive lineman Mike Patterson back,
reports Jordan Raanan of NJ.com.
Patterson was activated Saturday and will suit up for the
Man stop your wining, Michael.
So the media is the cause of the Eagles’ maladies are the media’s fault?
He said after practice that the media are “creating turmoil.”
Grow a pair of ‘em Michael.
See if the line protects you.
Show us some umph and we will support you.
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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...
Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Mike Patterson has been activated off the reserve/non-football illness list and is ready to play for the first time this season.
Patterson is eligible for Monday night's game at New Orleans (2-5). Patterson says he's ''really anxious'' to return to the field and expects to play only a few snaps as he eases his way back...