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The NFL released the 2012 Schedules moments ago. The Philadelphia Eagles open their season against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, September 9th. There are two Monday night games, one at the New Orleans Saints on November 5th and the other on November 26th in Philly against Carolina. There IS a Thursday game on the schedule, but not the one that people hoped for. There will NOT be a Thanksgiving match-up with Dallas as had been speculated, instead the Eagles will face off against the Bengals on December 13th in Philly.
Here it is:
Week 1 : Sunday, September 9th @Cleveland Browns 1PM
Week 2 : Sunday, September 16th Baltimore Ravens 1PM
Week 3 : Sunday, September 23rd @Arizona Cardinals 4:05 PM
Week 4 : Sunday, September 30th New York Giants 8:30 PM
Week 5 : Sunday, October 7th @ Pittsburgh Steelers 1 PM
Week 6 : Sunday, October 14th @ Detroit Lions 1 PM
Week 7 : October 21st BYE WEEK
Week 8 : Sunday, October 28th Atlanta Falcons 1 PM
Week 9 : MONDAY, November 5th @Ne...
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If the Philadelphia Eagles are thinking about drafting a quarterback in round two or three of the 2012 NFL draft, it might behoove them to reconsider that idea.
I posted this a few weeks ago but it’s worth repeating since the buzz about the Eagles drafting a QB early is gaining steam. Dan Pompei of the National Football Post reported recently the following:
A buzz is building...
Peter King of SI.com wrote in this week’s installment of his Monday Morning Quarterback column that the Philadelphia Eagles don’t want to trade up from the 15th pick to anywhere between the 3rd and 8th picks of the draft. He also believes that their interest in Ryan Tannehill has been “overstated.”
King also said that the Eagles have been “sniffing around” the quarterback...
Though we knew before who they would face in 2012, we know now when.
The NFL released schedules for the 2012 season on Tuesday. The Philadelphia Eagles have five–count ‘em–five prime time games.
Philadelphia will open the season on September 9 versus the Cleveland Browns, and have their home opener the following week against the Baltimore Ravens.
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Even though there have been a lot of rumors swirling around about the Philadelphia Eagles looking to trade cornerback Asante Samuel, Samuel still believes he’s an important part to them finally capturing their first Super Bowl title in franchise history.
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Eagles QB Michael Vick said in a statement Monday that Alabama’s cockfighting law is the nation’s “weakest” because the $50 fine is the maximum punishment. Vick has been outspoken against animal cruelty since leaving federal prison on a dog-fighting conviction – Vick says he doesn’t want others to make the same mistake of being...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Philadelphia Eagles have been shopping cornerback Asante Samuel around the league, before next week’s NFL draft.
Samuel only allowed 10.2 yards per catch, a quarterback rating of 52.4, and surrendered only 296 yards, per ProFootballFocus.com. It’s clear he still has plenty of goof football left in him.
Noted former animal abuser Michael Vick appears to have learned his lesson from dogfighting and is voicing his support for an Alabama law that would enforce stricter punishments for another form of animal mistreatment: cockfighting.
“Alabama has the weakest cockfighting law among all 50 states,” Vick said in a statement Monday. “I made a mistake by getting involved in animal...
We've known for awhile who the Eagles will be facing in 2012 but now we know exactly when they will be playing each opponent:Week 1: 9/9 Eagles @ Browns, 1 pmWeek 2: 9/16 Ravens @ Eagles, 1 pmWeek 3: 9/23 Eagles @ Cardinals, 4:05 pmWeek 4: 9/30 Giants @ Eagles, 8:30 pm (Sunday Night)Week 5: 10/7 Eagles @ Steelers, 1 pmWeek 6: 10/14 Lions @ Eagles, 1 pmWeek 7: BYEWeek 8: 10/28...