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Eagles in the a.m.: Nov. 25


Eagles in the a.m.: Nov. 25



- A look at a draft class that is part of the Eagles' problem in 2012, and part of their solution in the future.

- Howie Roseman has a lot of power in the Eagles organization. Jeff McLane offers the details.

- If you're wondering how it all went wrong for Andy Reid, Phil Sheridan was there from the beginning and offers his opinion.

- The Eagles are approaching a crossroads with Michael Vick. Jeff McLane explores.

- Part 2 of The Inquirer's ongoing look at concussions.


- Jeff McLane's weekly Eagles scouting report.

- Michael Vick and LeSean McCoy have been ruled out, among other Eagles notes.

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