Eagletarian Archive: May, 2008

Transcript of Roger Goodell news conference after meeting with Matt Walsh

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NFL commisioner Roger Goodell met with reporters in New York after his three-plus hour meeting with former Patriots employee Matt Walsh (pictured... Read more

Andy Explains It All

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Andy Reid's in-studio appearance on the WIP Morning Show today was pretty entertaining, if you were looking for something to distract you from... Read more

Kearse 'a joke in Philadelphia'

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Jevon Kearse is back on the field with the team that originally drafted him, the Tennessee Titans, after what could be classified as one good... Read more

Cole's no turkey ...

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.. but the Eagles defensive end did spend Saturday with the governor of his home state of Ohio for the Ohio Governor's Youth Celebrity Spring... Read more

No quit in Arlen

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Sen. Arlen Specter is nothing if not dogged, but you knew that already. Specter issued a statement in light of the latest developments in... Read more

McNabb's Kind of Town?

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In Philadelphia, much of the recent Donovan McNabb-related discussion has involved his call for the team to add more weapons, and how that... Read more

Roy Williams thought he would be traded

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We began yesterday with a post about a certain wide receiver who is not terribly happy in Cincinnati and whose name keeps coming up with Eagles... Read more

Around the NFC East

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A bit of a slow day as far as Eagles news goes, but there are a few things happening around the NFC East: * Washington: The Redskins wrapped... Read more

Garrett Reid pleads guilty

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From the Associated Press this afternoon, regarding Garret Reid, 25-year-old son of the Eagles coach. Look for more in tomorrow's Daily News... Read more

Looking at the offense

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With much of the attention in minicamp on the defensive backs and the return game, there was seemingly less talk than usual about the state... Read more