Birds' Eye View Archive: May, 2010

Te'o-Nesheim explains "ceiling" comment

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Daniel Te'o-Nesheim's introduction to Philadelphia was a peculiar one. Selected in the third round of April's draft, the new Eagles defensive... Read more

Kolb's practice demeanor

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It happens at least once a practice: Kevin Kolb will drop back to pass, go through his reads and fire a dyslexic incomplete pass. The Eagles... Read more

Live Eagles chat with Jeff McLane

The Inquirer's Jeff McLane takes your questions about the Eagles in a live chat at 2 p.m. Read more

Kafka draws praise

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There’s at least one Eagle rooting for the Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup finals. Rookie quarterback Mike Kafka, a fourth round draft... Read more

Patterson's truck burns; Bell has hamstring strain

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Apparently, the Flyers aren't the only ones on fire. Mike Patterson's GMC truck burst into flames today at the NovaCare Complex. The Eagles... Read more

Lurie: Eagles would pursue Super Bowl

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The Super Bowl is coming to New Jersey, bringing the biggest game in American sports to within driving distance of Philadelphia and its suburbs... Read more

Eagles pay tribute to Flyers

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There is this perception in Philadelphia -- stoked by certain members of the media (cough, talk radio, cough, pandering columnists, cough)... Read more

Ellis Hobbs: Jenga master

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Cornerback Ellis Hobbs was back on the practice field Monday, though he still did not participate in 7-on-7 or full team drills as he recovers... Read more

Vick: "I'll be dangerous"

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A year ago May 21, Michael Vick was released from federal prison after an 18-month stay on dogfighting crimes. The Eagles quarterback is still... Read more

Redskins expect McNabb to be their leader

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On Wednesday, at Redskins Park, the team made it clear that it is looking to Donovan McNabb to be a leader on a team that has struggled for... Read more