Birds' Eye View Archive: February, 2011

Eagles chat with Jeff McLane

Join The Inquirer's Jeff McLane for a live chat about all the latest Eagles offseason news and rumors today at 1 p.m. If you're on a mobile... Read more

Eagles name Caldwell, Zordich to assistant positions

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The Eagles have named Mike Caldwell as the team's linebackers coach and Michael Zordich as secondary/safeties coach, adding two young names... Read more

Eagles: No truth to Web rumors Reid is leaving

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BREAKING NEWS: Not everything on the internet is true. Including a rumor that Andy Reid would be replaced by Jon Gruden. Here's what the Eagles... Read more

How Sabol went from broken cameras to the Hall of Fame

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The Philadelphia area is represented in the NFL's new Hall of Fame class by Ed Sabol, the founder of NFL Films who launched the company as... Read more

Vick named comeback player of the year

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DALLAS – Michael Vick has been named comeback player of the year by the Associated Press. The official announcement will be made live... Read more

Organizer: Vick knew about party

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DALLAS -- Michael Vick knew about the Super Bowl party that has been billed as his own, according to one of the party's organizers. The party... Read more

Goodell praises Vick's progress, said QB had "no intention" of attending parties

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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said today he has spoken to Michael Vick three times in the past two weeks and that the Eagles quarterback had... Read more

Steelers coach: Reid's job on the line

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FORT WORTH, Tex. -- News travels fast in the NFL and when one head coach makes a bold, stunning, some may say crazy decision to promote his... Read more

Vick won't attend his own Super Bowl party

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DALLAS -- Michael Vick will not attend a Super Bowl XLV party that was billed as being his own, an Eagles spokesman said. The party is scheduled... Read more

A look at the latest NFL labor skirmish

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The latest skirmish over pro football’s labor situation involved billions of dollars of league television money, a sealed ruling from... Read more