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Archive: September, 2009

The Vick-Goodell meeting

Thursday, September 3, 2009, 12:47 PM
An NFL spokesman did not deny a report in the Los Angeles Times that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and Eagles quarterback Michael Vick are meeting today in New York. The spokesman instead deferred to a later session that Goodell has scheduled with reporters. Vick figures to be a substantial topic... Read more

Forbes: Eagles rank 7th in value in NFL

Wednesday, September 2, 2009, 8:24 PM
The Eagles remain fourth in the NFC East, but seventh overall when it comes to value, according to Forbes' annual list that was released today. The Birds' value is listed as $1.123 billion, up 1 percent from last year, when the Eagles also were ranked seventh at $1.116 billion. The Eagles were fifth... Read more

What to watch: Eagles-Jets

Wednesday, September 2, 2009, 5:05 PM
Les Bowen's Three Things to Watch in Eagles vs. Jets: 1. Michael Vick: He's likely to play considerably more this week, and in a more conventional quarterback role, giving fans (and coaches) a much better fix on exactly how much rust remains from that two-year absence from football. 2. Quintin Demps:... Read more

Reid addresses his future

Tuesday, September 1, 2009, 10:15 PM
Eagles coach Andy Reid was interviewed by former Birds linebacker Ike Reese during WIP's Radiothon and Reid hit on a number of points, including his longevity. Entering his 11th season, Reid is the second longest tenured active coach in the NFL behind Tennessee's Jeff Fisher and the eighth longest... Read more

Eagles trim roster; who's playing vs. Jets

Tuesday, September 1, 2009, 2:58 PM
UPDATED: The Eagles have trimmed their roster to 75 by this afternoon's deadline by placing tight end Cornelius Ingram (knee) and linebacker Stewart Bradley (knee) on injured reserve and releasing defensive back Brandon Harrison, linebacker Charleston Hughes (waived, injured). Chris Patrick was released... Read more

Battle at free safety

Tuesday, September 1, 2009, 8:01 AM
When the Eagles opened training camp 4 weeks ago, the starting free-safety job was Quintin Demps' to lose. Now, with the season opener against Carolina less than 2 weeks away, Demps hasn't lost it, but he hasn't won it, either. On Sunday, defensive coordinator Sean McDermott called the battle for... Read more
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