Are the Eagles deeper at cornerback than last year?

The past couple of weeks we have been bringing you position previews heading into training camp. Today we have arrived at cornerback: one of the bigger question marks for the Philadelphia Eagles going into the 2014 season. Here’s who we think will start, sit, and miss the final 53 man roster. STARTERS: Cary Williams, Bradley Fletcher, Brandon Boykin The Eagles return their three...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Rewind: Power Rankings, likability of Baltimore Ravens, 10 best at every NFL position

In case you missed it, the best columns from the cover32 universe this week. National Columns - Top 10 in 2014: The best inside linebackers in the NFL today (READ) - Power Rankings: Rating the likability of every NFL franchise (READ) - Top 10 in 2014: The best players at every NFL position (READ) - Top 10 in 2014: The wide receivers on the verge of breaking in (Nos. 11-20) (READ...
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Weekly Rewind: Cary Williams “Iced Up”, Ravens FA blunder, Jacoby the Greatest(?)+more

This marks the end of the first week of the last break.  If that makes sense. Basically, though, when the Ravens reconvene, the pads will be on and the real analysis takes place.  Is Gary Kubiak’s offense going to turn things around?  Who is going to seize the defensive line vacancies?  Who will cover the slot receiver, and who will that receiver be? Lots to be answered. ...
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Smith’s fighting grade? Watch him embarrass former-Raven Cary Williams

Steve Smith has made a career out of making people taller and stronger than him appear not to be.  This has resulted in a lot of embarrassment on the football field as the feisty receiver seemingly insists on making big plays. However, don’t think that Smith’s impact is limited to receptions, and the veteran has no problem getting in a little scrum when the time’s right. Former...
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June 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Cary Williams: Eagles eager to wash out ‘nasty taste’ in mouth

Cornerback Cary Williams says the Philadelphia Eagles still have a “nasty taste” in their mouth for the way they lost 26-24 to New Orleans in the wild-card round. “The way we went out last year, it wasn’t necessarily something we could be proud of. …Every season, every team wants to focus on winning the Super Bowl,” Williams said, via “When you fall short...
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June 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Cary Williams: ‘I’ll be wiser with what I have to say’

Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Cary Williams plans to think before he speaks. “Last year I just had a lot of things going on, and some things were misinterpreted or whatever. But I’ve moved on. I’m done with that. It’s a new year. It’s a bright opportunity for us and this organization. I look forward to that,” Williams told “I don’t think I’m going...
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April 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Eagles 2013 Free Agency Review: Cary Williams

Cary Williams' Eagles tenure got off to a rocky start but he ultimately evolved into one of the defense's more vocal on and off-field leaders in 2013. (Image courtesy of Over the course of the next two weeks we will examine each of the Philadelphia Eagles 2013 free-agent signings and off-season additions and look at how they contributed to this year's NFC...
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January 22, 2014  |  Discuss

News & Notes: Gamble in high demand; Williams fined

TODAY’S CLICKS Eagles head into the offseason with good flexibility (READ) This guy will coach against the Eagles twice a year (READ) Behind Enemy Lines: A look at the Cowboys’ 2013 season (READ) GABMLE A HOT COMMODITY Eagles vice president of player personnel Tom Gamble is a desired candidate for various general manager jobs in the NFL. From ESPN NFL Insider Adam Caplan: Filed...
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January 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Sunday Review: Three plays that spelled Eagles demise

Cary Williams was called for a horsecollar tackle on the kickoff following the go-ahead score for the Eagles. This helped jumpstart the Saints game-winning drive in the 26-24 Eagles loss on Saturday. (Photo Courtesy of Let me start by saying this. The Philadelphia Eagles did not play well in Saturday’s Wildcard game. Not well at all, certainly not well enough to win....
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January 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Cary Williams on Loss to Vikings: “It Was a Good Thing”

  Rarely in the NFL will you hear a player at any position, starting or backup, say that losing a game to a far inferior opponent is a positive thing. Especially when said team is in the midst of a five-game win streak. But that is exactly what Philadelphia Eagles […]The post Cary Williams on Loss to Vikings: “It Was a Good Thing” appeared first on Eagles Pulse.
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December 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Cary Williams is happy the Eagles lost

He’s happy his team lost on Sunday. He’s gotten into it with fellow teammates in practice. He is the most interesting man on the Philadelphia Eagles. He is, Cary Williams. Williams was benched during the team’s loss to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, and had an erratic roughing the passer call in that game. Williams spoke […]
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December 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Cary Williams Benched Sunday As Eagles Defense Lost Composure

Shortly after allowing a fourth quarter touchdown to Vikings rookie cordarrelle Patterson, Cary Williams was benched for losing his composure by defensive coordinator Bill Davis.  Chip Kelly confirmed Monday what anyone watching the Eagles undoing in the fourth quarter against the Minnesota Vikings Sunday already realized: Cary Williams was benched for losing control of his emotions...
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December 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Eagles' Injury Report: Cary Williams, Brandon Boykin

The Philadelphia Eagles are the two things you want to be as a football team in December making a run at the playoffs. They are hot and healthy. The Eagles are riding a five-game winning streak into Sunday's matchup with the Minnesota Vikings and only four players appear on their injury report this week. With a one game lead over the Dallas Cowboys, the NFC East is Philadelphia...
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December 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Cary Williams Tells Bruce Arians, Arizona Cardinals to Stop Crying

Eagles cornerback Cary Williams was not pleased Tuesday with the complaining from Bruce Arians and the Arizona Cardinals about the officiating in Sinday's game. Cary Williams has a pretty simple and succinct message for Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians and his players: Stop your crying.  Arians of course sent 15 plays to the league offices in New York to review what...
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December 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Cary Williams to Cardinals: “Lets not be crybabies”

Following the Arizona Cardinals’ loss on Sunday, head coach Bruce Arians said that there were many problems with the officiating in the game. Arians says that he sent plays with what he believed to be questionable calls to the league office for review. Apparently, Eagles cornerback Cary Williams believes that was the wrong move. Williams believes that the Cardinals should just...
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December 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Cary Williams to Bruce Arians: Stop being a crybaby

    Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians complained about the officials from this past Sunday’s loss to the Eagles and cornerback Cary Williams has a message for him. “Let’s not be crybabies, man,” Williams said via “I thought the refs kept them in the game to some degree at times. But it’s football, man. It’s about going...
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December 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Cary Williams to Cards: 'Let's not be crybabies'

Cary Williams already wasn’t a huge fan of Bruce Arians going back to their AFC North days, when Arians was the Steelers’ offensive coordinator and Williams played cornerback for the rival Baltimore Ravens. Williams, now an Eagles corner, is once again irked by Arians, the Cardinals head coach. Arians on Monday said he reached out to the NFL office about calls from referees...
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December 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Cary Williams calls out Denver offense... while BriSuksEgg Fantasy Football moves on...

Eagles CB Cary Williams is not afraid of Peyton Manning. He'll be the first to tell you so. "We took him down on their home field in the worst of conditions," said Williams in an interview yesterday. [Williams was referring to the AFC Championship Game last January when Williams was still a part of the Ravens]... Williams and the Ravens respected Manning, as...
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September 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Eagles DB Williams silences critics with big plays

Cary Williams walked his talk. The fiery cornerback had an impressive debut with the Philadelphia Eagles after being in the spotlight for the wrong reasons throughout the summer. Williams signed a three-year, $17 million contract, including $10.5 million guaranteed, with the Eagles in the offseason after starting every game the last two seasons for the defending Super Bowl-champion...
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September 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Michael Vick Says If Cary Williams Is ‘Hot-Headed,’ it Will Hurt Eagles

Cary Williams was brought to Philadelphia to bring Super Bowl experience and quality play at the cornerback position. So far Williams has been anything but an experienced veteran for the Eagles.  On the heels of his fight with Riley Cooper on Thursday, the question now being asked, is whether or not Williams is a liability for the Eagles. Michael Vick, who is the teams captain,...
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September 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Michael Vick Says If Cary Williams Is ‘Hot-Headed,’ it Will Hurt Eagles

Cary Williams was brought to Philadelphia to bring Super Bowl experience and quality play at the cornerback position. So far Williams has been anything but an experienced veteran for the Eagles.  On the heels of his fight with Riley Cooper on Thursday, the question now being asked, is whether or not Williams is a liability for the Eagles. Michael Vick, who is the teams captain,...
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September 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Michael Vick defends Riley Cooper? Says Cary Williams needs to remain calm

After a nice fight between Riley Cooper and Cary Williams, were Vick had to step in, he had some words of his own. “I know after yesterday, Cary understands that we need him on the football field, not to be hot-headed at times,” Vick said Friday, per CSN Philadelphia. “We know he’s a guy who’s […]
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September 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Cary Williams Attacks Riley Cooper at Eagles Practice

This was bound to happen and I am sure it will be blown out of proportion. Cary Williams going after Riley Cooper at practice. — Jeff McLane (@Jeff_McLane) September 5, 2013 Williams was all kinds of fired up and needed to be held back by multiple players. It’s ended for now. — Jeff McLane (@Jeff_McLane) September 5, 2013 Michael Vick had to jump in and hold Williams back....
September 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Cary Williams, You’re Covering THIS GUY All Season Long!

  If Philadelphia Eagles CB Cary Williams wanted to get his shots in on WR Riley Cooper for a racial slur he used earlier in the summer, Williams got them on Thursday. On Thursday Philadelphia Eagles CB Cary Williams and WR Riley Cooper were involved in an altercation during the […]The post Cary Williams, You’re Covering THIS GUY All Season Long! appeared first on Eagles Pulse.
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September 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Cary Williams Yelled at Riley Cooper “I’m Not the N*gger You F*ck With”

Cary Williams for lack of a better phrase is a sh*t starter. I don’t know if that will be good or bad for the Eagles in the long run, but in the short term, I don’t think he is having a positive effect on the team. He has gotten into a few scuffles this offseason and at a time where they Eagles need to be coming together, he is pulling them apart. This has always been my problem...
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September 06, 2013  |  Discuss
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