Eagletarian Archive: March, 2009

Eagles re-sign Cole

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The Eagles announced that they have re-signed guard/center Nick Cole to a 1-year contract. Cole was a restricted free agent. Cole will make... Read more

NFL mulls new free agency rule

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The timing here is somewhat ironic, in a year in which the Eagles were seemingly blindsided by Denver's interest in Brian Dawkins and especially... Read more

Eagles Preseason Schedule Out

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If, like us, you've been a nervous wreck wondering when the Eagles' preseason schedule was going to be announced, you can now exhale. The... Read more

Dawk Back in Town

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If anybody ever deserved a long goodbye, it's Brian Dawkins. So if you're sick of reading and hearing about Dawk's departure, go read a Villanova... Read more

Breakdown of Eagles' draft picks

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As regular readers of Eagletarian know, the Eagles have 12 selections in next month's NFL draft. That gives them plenty of flexibility to make... Read more

Thoughts on Birds, and on T.O.

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Like many of you, I was interested in what Andy Reid had to say out in California at the NFL Meetings. Paul Domowitch did a fine job of getting... Read more

Andy Reid, Part 2, on the defense

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DANA POINT, Calif. -- More from Eagles coach Andy Reid's interview session at the NFL owners meetings: On safety Sean Jones' one-year contract:... Read more

Andy Reid talks McNabb, Westbrook, Dawkins

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DANA POINT, Calif. -- Eagles coach Andy Reid talked to reporters this morning at the NFL owners meetings. Here is Part 1 of the transcript... Read more

New Eagle Weaver would have preferred Seattle

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New Eagles fullback Leonard Weaver clearly wanted to remain with Seattle, but he says the Seahawks did not want him, at least not for what... Read more

Harbaugh on McNabb's November Benching

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For reporters, the best part of the NFL owners meetings are the AFC and NFC media breakfasts, where you get to sit around a table in a relaxed... Read more