Eagletarian Archive: March, 2011

Weaver apologizes for 'slaves' remark

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After watching the tape of an interview he did with Comcast SportsNet, Eagles fullback Leonard Weaver has apologized for comments in which... Read more

Buddy Ryan battling cancer, Rex says

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Former Eagles coach Buddy Ryan has been diagnosed with cancer, his son Rex, told the New York Daily News at the NFL owners meetings in New... Read more

Kickoff compromise, replay changes pass

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The last-minute compromise on kickoff rules helped lead to passage today at the NFL meetings. Kickoffs have been moved back to the 35-yard... Read more

Andy to Suitors: Kolb Can Win Championships

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NEW ORLEANS -- When then-Seattle coach Mike Holmgren was thinking of acquiring quarterback Matt Hasselbeck from Green Bay in 2001, he asked... Read more

Eagles don't deny offer of first-rounder for Kolb

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NEW ORLEANS --- Eagles coach Andy Reid seemed to unofficially open the bidding for quarterback Kevin Kolb last week in remarks to the team's... Read more

Andy on trading Kolb: We're listening

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If, through either negotiation or court order, the NFL lockout is lifted before next month’s draft, there’s a very good chance... Read more

Vick's new endorsement; Eagles add coach

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Michael Vick signed his second endorsement deal since returning to the NFL earlier this week, agreeing to a contract with Lutte Licensing Group... Read more

Eagles, Phillies top GQ list of 'Worst Fans in America'

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Well, here we go again. Another national survey, another shot at Philadelphia sports fans. GQ is the latest, and yes, the tired refrain of... Read more

Brother, Can You Spare A Bandaid?

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Last month, I wrote a column from the NFL scouting combine about the fact that many teams were expected to make their coaches take significant... Read more

Major Rule Changes In Store For NFL

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Lockout or no lockout, decertification or no decertification, the NFL will hold its annual March meeting next week – albeit an abbreviated... Read more