Moving the Chains Archive: July, 2011

What they're saying about the Eagles

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As we continue to wait on the (potential) end to the lockout, here is a roundup of what they're saying about the Eagles: According to Football... Read more

Overstating Kolb's value as a backup

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The case for keeping Kevin Kolb has been made several times since the end of last season, and on its surface, the argument is reasonable. With... Read more

How Rodgers-Cromartie stacks up

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The latest Kevin Kolb rumor is that the Cardinals are prepared to offer cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie in exchange for the Eagles'... Read more

Vick's role in avoiding sacks

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Last week, I wrote about the 34 times that Michael Vick was sacked in 2010 and promised there would be a Part 2. That comes today with a look... Read more

How the Eagles' offense lines up

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While the Eagles are expected to address defense in free agency, offensive personnel will look similar to the group that took the field in... Read more

What they're saying about the Eagles

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Here's a roundup of what the national media are saying about the Eagles: Bill Barnwell of Grantland.com names the 25 worst players in the... Read more

Do Eagles have internal options at DE?

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Before the 2010 season, the Eagles' plan for improving their defense seemed clear: Find a way to improve the pass rush with the front four... Read more

Report: 'Skins worried about Eagles landing Haynesworth

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When the Redskins make a decision on what to do with Albert Haynesworth, they'll have the Eagles in mind, according to a report. Jason La... Read more

Why Vick was sacked 34 times

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Once the NFL conversation shifts to what's happening on the field, my guess is you're going to hear two numbers closely associated with the... Read more

Another lockout update; DeSean gets ripped

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The headlines have looked the same for months now. And many of you have probably ignored them. I don't blame you. Cautious optimism followed... Read more