Eagletarian Archive: July, 2010

DeSean injury; Washington, Arrington arive

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Nate Mink reporting ... BETHLEHEM -- Everyone can exhale. DeSean Jackson appeared fine walking out of the locker room with no limp or visible... Read more

DJax Lands on Back

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Update: Nobody can say for sure what DeSean Jackson was thinking as he left the practice field on a cart Saturday afternoon, a forearm pressed... Read more

Eagles acquire J.J. Arrington in trade

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BETHLEHEM -- After the draft and free agency, it was hard to see how Joe Mays fit into the Eagles' crowded linebacking picture. Turns out... Read more

Eagle Has Landed: Graham Heads for Lehigh

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UPDATE: The Eagles say Brandon Graham's flight to Philadelphia this morning was uneventful and he is about to arrive at Lehigh, making him... Read more

Eagles add safety Harris

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The Eagles signed veteran safety Antoine Harris today and released safety Brett Johnson. The 5-10, 205-pound Harris had spent the last three... Read more

Marty sets goals for Kolb

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The Eagles completed the three-day rookie phase of training camp Thursday morning with a 90-minute workout. The veterans report this afternoon... Read more

Vick shows he's a 'Pro'

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A lot of attention has been focused on Michael Vick this offseason and especially recently. Vick will be on national television tonight, taking... Read more

Reid on Nate Allen, Andrews, early impressions

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Coach Andy Reid held a news conference this morning and here are some of his comments: On what makes Nate Allen starting material: “Nate’s... Read more

Allen's first day; Hall released

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In a bit of a surprise, the Eagles today released linebacker/defensive end Alex Hall, the guy they got from Cleveland for Chris Gocong, in... Read more

Remembering Jim Johnson

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Today is the first anniversary of the death of Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Johnson, who succumbed to melanoma at age 68. Looking back... Read more