Moving the Chains Archive: January, 2010

Gruden, Jaws debate McNabb's future

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The debate about whether Donovan McNabb will be the Eagles' starting quarterback in 2010 continued during the Pro Bowl broadcast on ESPN Sunday... Read more

Great questions for McNabb

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Damon Weaver is 11 years old. He's interviewed Barack Obama, Oprah Winfrey and Dwayne Wade. Last week, he got his chance with some NFL players... Read more

Eagles great Brookshier dies at 78

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Former Eagles defensive back Tom Brookshier died Friday night at the age of 78, the team announced today. Brookshier spent seven seasons... Read more

How much did Kurt Warner kill the Eagles?

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Ten years from now, when you think back about Kurt Warner and how he performed against the Eagles, two games will come to mind. The one freshest... Read more

Decisions: Leinart, Jackson and Kolb

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Three NFC teams have made the playoffs the last two years. And each one faces some kind of decision at quarteback this offseason. The Eagles... Read more

Market for Vick; defending McNabb

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Sorry we're late to the party today. Several links to pass along today regarding Donovan McNabb, Michael Vick, etc. Let's start with Vick... Read more

How much did injuries affect the Eagles?

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My general feeling on NFL injuries is this: They are part of the game, and every team deals with them. They should not be used as an excuse... Read more

Retirement decisions and McNabb

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Generally speaking, I can't stand stories about retirement decisions. Like many of you, I never click on those headlines and wait until late... Read more

10 observations: Saints beat Vikes in wild one

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The Saints knocked off the Vikings in overtime to earn a spot in the Super Bowl against the Colts. Earlier, we posted our 10 observations... Read more

10 observations: Colts get past Jets

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The Colts overcame a 17-6 deficit with 24 unanswered points to beat the Jets, 30-17, in the AFC championship and advance to the Super Bowl... Read more