Eagletarian Archive: May, 2008

Studebaker a YouTube sensation

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It helps to have an agent whose wife is an Emmy Award-winning producer. At least for Andy Studebaker. The linebacker from Division III Wheaton... Read more

DeSean Jackon: Wizard of returns

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In today's Daily News, we take an in-depth look at DeSean Jackson, the Eagles' second-round draft pick from Cal. Jackson, a return specialist... Read more

Who Says He Can't Act?

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Somehow, I failed to make a priority of Terrell Owens' sitcom appearance last week. Then again, T.O. apparently also neglected to make it much... Read more

This Week, Andy Gets His Wish

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Andy Reid's mood ought to improve this week, when the Eagles assemble for rookie camp on Wednesday and Thursday. Reid, critical of the media... Read more

Donovan Reiterates, and Hobnobs

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Like me, you've probably been waiting breathlessly over the past month for Donovan McNabb to update his blog. Maybe he's just been too busy... Read more

Evaluating the offseason so far

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There is plenty of roster shuffling to be done between now and the start of the season, but the issue of the Eagles' relative place among the... Read more

Specter's statement on the Pats

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Sen. Arlen Specter held a news conference Wednesday and called for a Mitchell Report-like investigation into the New England Patriots' taping... Read more

Eagles' decline? What decline?

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Is it negativity, or simply reality? During an interview with Andy Reid the other day, WIP's Angelo Cataldi asked, "Can you not understand... Read more

Eagles add 3 rookie free agents

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The Eagles have signed a fourth quarterback and two linebackers as rookie free agents. Quarterback Cansey Hansen, who took part in the team’s... Read more

Case closed ... finally

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UPDATED: The Boston Herald issued an apology to the Patriots on Wednesday and ran the headline, "Sorry, Pats" on the front page. Topping... Read more