Found August 26, 2012 on
Philly Sports Muse:
The Philadelphia Eagles announced on Saturday evening that ten players were cut from the team’s roster, leaving them with 80 players. Then on Sunday morning, the Birds announced a surprise: The cut of corner Cliff Harris.
Harris made a huge play in Friday night’s game, notching an interception against the Browns . Harris went undrafted this spring due to off the field legal issues as a student at Oregon (multiple traffic offenses, marijuana possession) that cost him part of his junior and all of his senior year. That said, he was viewed as a great pickup for Philadelphia when they nabbed him a day after the draft.
CSNPhilly’s Reuben Frank is among the many taken off guard by the Sunday surprise and noted:
There is no apparent reason the Eagles would give up this quickly on somebody like Harris, a 21-year-old college All-America who seemingly was having a pretty good preseason when healthy. And it’s not like they had to make a move.
The 10 players the Eagles trimmed as of Saturday ev...
BEST OF MAXIM
Ray Didinger is a man that needs no introduction, particularly not to Philadelphia Eagles fans. He literally wrote the book on the franchise’s history, co-authoring the Eagles Encyclopedia in 2005. His books and writing for the Philadelphia Bulletin and Daily News landed him in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He has won multiple Emmy awards for his role in writing and producing...
Three games in 10 days forced Bill Belichick to change his normal preseason routine. Belichick sat twenty players, including Tom Brady who left Gillette stadium before the game even started. It seemed like a long night was in store, but the underlings showed up to play.
Ryan Mallet got the start at quarterback, and with an offensive line that had a lot of trouble blocking the dangerous...
Left tackle Jason Peters was placed on the reserve/non-football injury list by the Eagles, meaning he will miss at least the first six weeks of the season as he recovers from an Achilles injury. Defensive tackle Mike Patterson was placed on the reserve/non-football illness list, guard Mike Gibson was placed on season-ending injured reserve with a minor hip flexor injury and wide...
Eagles QB, Mike Kafka
Nick Foles Fever has officially swept the city of Philadelphia. The noise on sports talk radio has turned from contentions that Foles should be Mike Vick’s backup to assertions by some that he should be the starter. While the Eagles are left to deal with a potential QB controversy in the making, the other two candidates for the third and final QB roster spot...
Earlier this week we broke down the Eagles running backs and quarterbacks in terms of fantasy value and production. Now we are going to evaluate the rest of the positions from a fantasy perspective.
Wide Receiver Preface: This year is unique in fantasy football for receivers. There are so many teams that are airing the ball out effectively that it has led to a very...
The Eagles had an initial scare Thursday night when rookie Brandon Weeden and the Cleveland Browns drove the ball down the field efficiently on their first drive, creating serious question marks in the incipient stages of the game. The Cleveland Browns were able to manufacture a starting drive that traveled to the Eagles’ two-yard line before a penalty brought them back 10 yards...
The founder of an organization that bought NFL star Michael Vick's former Surry County dogfighting compound is being sought on animal cruelty charges.
Dogs Deserve Better bought the 15-acre tract and five-bedroom home last year for use as a dog sanctuary for animals who have been chained and penned.
Chief Animal Control Officer Tracy Terry says numerous complaints about the...
The founder of a dog rescue center located where Eagles quarterback Michael Vick once owned a dogfighting compound is facing animal abuse charges. Tamira Thayne, the executive director of Dogs Deserve Better, opened the Good Newz Rehab Center for Chained and Penned Dogs in Surry, Va., in June 2011. She now faces one count of inadequate care of animals, a Class 4 misdemeanor, and...
AP Photo/Scott R. Galvin
The Philadelphia Foles..err, Eagles, defeated the Cleveland Browns 27-10 in Game 3 of the 2012 preseason.
new most popular player in Philadelphia, Nick Foles, continued his
preseason shock-and-awe show by completing 12 of 19 passes for 146
yards, 2 TDs and one interception.
Foles was picked-off on his
second pass attempt after launching a bomb...