INDIANAPOLIS - Among Eagles fans, Dalvin Cook is one of the most talked-about NFL Scouting Combine prospects. Cook's style - his vision, his quick change of gears, his "rare ability to cut it all the way back across the grain," as described in his NFL.com draft profile - maybe those attributes remind the Eagles' faithful of a running back they used to watch, LeSean McCoy.
WHAT IS the NFL Scouting Combine for, exactly? The answer to that question might determine whether you endorse the NFL excluding a few prominent prospects from the 2017 event that starts this week in Indianapolis, or whether you see the exclusions as silly and hypocritical.
SO, HOW ABOUT that Super Bowl, huh? Wasn't it just great how the Patriots battled back from adversity (i.e., playing like crap for more than 35 minutes) and miraculously delivered to their humble, long-suffering fans yet another Lombardi Trophy?
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MOBILE, Ala. Jordan Morgan Sr. and Delores Morgan were "still in a state of shock," Jordan said Thursday, as they sat in the stands at Ladd-Peebles Stadium and watched their son, Jordan Morgan Jr., practice with the North team for Saturday's Senior Bowl.
MOBILE, Ala. - Howie Roseman really talked up Jason Kelce when Roseman met with reporters Wednesday at the Senior Bowl. But if you listened closely, Roseman didn't say it was essential the Eagles keep their starting center, just that he was a valuable asset, er, that is, player.
HOWIE ROSEMAN has a quarterback, does not have a DeLorean. These were among the insights gleaned Wednesday when Roseman held a postseason news conference, his first media appearance since November and the Eagles' de facto general manager's most extensive question-and-answer session since before the 2016 season.