Eagletarian Archive: October, 2008

Lauding Ryan

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How rare is it to see a rookie quarterback performing as well as local hero Matt Ryan, who has the Falcons 4-2 coming into Sunday's date at... Read more

Eagles' Andrews out at least 6 weeks

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Eagles All-Pro guard Shawn Andrews had back disc surgery Tuesday in Southern California and will be out at least 6 weeks, team head athletic... Read more

Eckel signs with Eagles

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The Eagles apparently do need a real fullback after all. Epsicopal Academy product Kyle Eckel is coming home. The Birds signed Eckel this... Read more

About That 'Pedal'

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Eagles chairman Jeffrey Lurie has an unfortunate habit of making ringing statements in his annual state-of-the-team address at Lehigh every... Read more

Westbrook practices

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Post-practice update: Brian Westbrook (ribs), Reggie Brown (groin), Kevin Curtis (sports hernia surgery) and all the injured Eagles except... Read more

McNabb underrated?

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Donovan McNabb is the fourth-most underrated quarterback in the NFL, according to a poll of 320 NFL players by Sports Illustrated. McNabb got... Read more

Tight end problems on both sides

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Paul Domowitch outlined the Eagles' inability to land Chiefs tight end Tony Gonzalez in his NFL Notes column today. As noted, L.J. Smith,... Read more

The New Eagles Fans?

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A story in a national publication on Eagles fans usually hits the same old themes: Snowballs at Santa, coarse and loutish behavior, Eagles... Read more

Eagles release Tony Hunt

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The Eagles have released Tony Hunt, abandoning his experiment at fullback, and signed journeyman linebacker/special teams player Tracy White... Read more

Report card at the bye

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Each week in Birdwatch, the Daily News provides a report card for that day's Eagles game. But as any student or school teacher knows, those... Read more