Found November 30, 2011 on
NorthWest Sports Beat:
Pete Carroll head coach of the Seattle Seahawks reported today that WR Sidney Rice is going to be put on Season ENDING injured reserve. Ben Obomanu is expected to start in place of Sidney Rice. With Mike Williams also hurting for the Seahawks Doug Baldwin, Golden Tate and just off the practice squad Deon Butler will have to step into Rice's shoes Thursday night vs. Vince Young and the Philadelphia Eagles.
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DeSean Jackson flips the ball behind him in celebration as he runs into the endzone for a touchdown. Unfortunately, he flipped it a yard too soon.
Following the completion of a 50-yard pass, Jackson flips the ball to the Giants' Defensive Coordinator, then proceeds to taunt the Giants' sideline. Jackson is penalized, the 50-yard gain is nullified.
He is truly a...
Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid said wide receiver DeSean Jackson will be in the starting lineup for Thursday's game against the Seattle Seahawks.
Jackson was benched in the fourth quarter of Sunday's loss to New England after dropping his third pass of the game.
It has been a turbulent season for Jackson, who has been unhappy over the team's unwillingness to sign...
While the rest of you were watching the Seahawks kick the Eagle's butts* Thursday evening, I was watching an equally-entertaining show unfold online.
I call it the "Marshawn Lynch really likes Skittles" show, and it debuted on Twitter as Thursday's game played out in front of a national television audience.
For Seattle fans, it's no secret that Lynch throws...
SEATTLE (AP) - NFL rushing leader LeSean McCoy is active for the Philadelphia Eagles despite a toe injury that slowed him in practice this week.McCoy went through pregame warmups and was deemed ready to go Thursday night against Seattle. Along with McCoy, cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha also was active despite a ...
NFL rushing leader LeSean McCoy is active for the Philadelphia Eagles despite a toe injury that slowed him in practice this week.
The Seahawks haven't had a 1,000-yard rusher in the past five years but Marshawn Lynch looks like a sure bet to end the drought.
Michael Vick will miss his third straight game because of broken
ribs when the Eagles play at Seattle (4-7) on Thursday night.
On this short week, it’s a perfect time to throw a bunch of quick Eagles stats conclusions at you. All the data is from Pro Football Focus.
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Vince Young is throwing pretty well to all parts of the field except one -- deep down the sideline.
Standard caveats apply: small sample size, DeSean-itis. Still, it’s a striking discrepancy. Maybe Marty Mornhinweg should call...
Marshawn Lynch ran for two touchdowns, and David Hawthorne sealed the game with a 77-yard interception return for a score as the Seattle Seahawks beat the Philadelphia Eagles 31-14 on Thursday night.