Wednesday, January 28, 2015


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The Eagles interviewed Seahawks director of college scouting Scott Fitterer for their personnel executive opening.
The Patriots reached the Super Bowl with Patrick Chung as their starting safety, which might seem like a cruel joke in Philadelphia.
Two Penn State players confirmed on Twitter that they have accepted invitations to the NFL Combine.
Marshawn Lynch had a podium and a phalanx of reporters awaiting him, but didn't say much.
Patrick Chung returned to New England, earned a starting spot and a new contract.
The Seahawks, Patriots and media all seemed to be moving on to other subjects.
High and Inside: Rob Gronkowski read, sang and danced his way through the session.
Marcus Hayes: Seahawks coach Pete Carroll thinks having all the football power works best for him.
Jeff McLane: Why should one team be so rich at safety when so many are poor?
Robert Kraft defends his coach and QB, saying if the league can't prove wrongdoing, it owes them and the team an apology.
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