1. Peppers Off the Table: What This, and Other Free Agent Moves, Mean for Philly

    Everyone was hoping to see Julius Peppers in midnight green next season, but the Bears got to him first. So, without Peppers, all of Philly’s attention should be going to another every-down DE: Aaron Kampman ...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about over 4 years ago 601 reads 3 comments

  2. Could the Philadelphia Eagles Tap Free Agency to Fill the Void at Safety?

    Why take a potentially unnecessary risk? The draft is a risk. No doubt about it. The last thing Philadelphia needs is a first-round bust at any position...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about over 4 years ago 827 reads 8 comments

  3. Dick Jauron and His Potential Effect on the Philadelphia Eagles Defense

    Dick Jauron has been in the NFL since 1973. To put it lightly, he’s no rookie to the game. In fact, as far as veterans go, this guy pretty much defines the word. But being in the game for a long time doesn’t exactly mean you are good at what you do...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about over 4 years ago 559 reads 3 comments

  4. Danario Alexander: A WR That Is Perfect for the Philadelphia Eagles

    After the past two drafts, the Eagles’ front office is looking a bit like the oakland Raiders’ front office when it comes to picking wide receivers. They are looking for speedy guys that can stretch the defense and run screens well...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about over 4 years ago 1,579 reads 10 comments

  5. Ellis Hobbs: Should the Philadelphia Eagles Deal Him or Keep Him?

    Ellis Hobbs was injured most of last season, but he should be healthy for training camp. The question is, should we keep him? He will be an unrestricted free agent if a CBA gets completed in ...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about over 4 years ago 456 reads 5 comments

  6. Donovan McNabb: Philadelphia Quarterback's Maturity Shouldn't be Questioned

    Remember when you were in school? There was that one teacher, let's call him Mr. Smith, and whether he taught a class of yours, or you just ran into him in between classes, you knew who he was...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about over 4 years ago 290 reads 30 comments

  7. Kolb vs. McNabb, Being Scared of the Playoffs, and New Year's Resolutions

    If there is any word to describe the feeling that rushed to Sunday afternoon as I watched the Cowboys fall to the Vikings in such an embarrassing manner, it is "delighted"...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about over 4 years ago 444 reads 0 comments

  8. Why Andy Reid Made a Good Choice in Keeping Donovan McNabb

    Coach Reid announced that McNabb will be back next year, which is fine with me, but some of you disagree quite violently. So to all those electronic mails I got this week, here is an article just for you...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about over 4 years ago 234 reads 1 comments

  9. The Main Reason Why the Eagles Lost Saturday to the Cowboys

    History was made Saturday. For the first time since 1996 the Cowboys won a playoff game. Felix Jones scored on the longest run in Cowboy history, a hefty 73 yards...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about over 4 years ago 544 reads 7 comments

  10. What Needs To Be Done on Offense for the Eagles To Win on Saturday

    This article ends the two part preview for the Philadelphia Eagles game plan for Wild Card weekend. Part two, as you know, is the offensive preview for Philly...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about over 4 years ago 168 reads 0 comments

  11. Eagles vs. Cowboys Wild Card Defensive Preview

    I would have done a defensive recap for the game last Sunday, but there was no defense played. So I've decided to do a defensive preview for Philly today, and an offensive preview for them tomorrow...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about over 4 years ago 640 reads 0 comments

  12. Andy Reid's Stubbornness Holding Eagles Back

    To be honest, I'm appalled. Michael Vick was a starting QB once upon a time, he led his team to the NFC Championship game. He is seen as a QB with a 'twist' and despite his lethal legs, he has a bullet of an arm and just needs to work on his accuracy...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about almost 5 years ago 766 reads 16 comments

  13. On The Fringe: Tony Romo

    Tony Romo should be called Mr. September. Eight wins, one loss in month No. 9 over No. 9's career. Until Sunday, that is. 8-2. Still, incredible statistics. This is what Romo gets paid for...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about almost 5 years ago 384 reads 5 comments

  14. MLB Joe Mays: Views from Philadelphia Eagles' Training Camp Sidelines

    Eagles' linebacker Joe Mays is stepping in for the injured Stewart Bradley in the team's preseason game against the Patriots on Thursday. If Mays can maintain his composure and physical style of play, he could start all 16 games this season...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about almost 5 years ago 477 reads 15 comments

  15. Michael Crabtree and Al Davis: The Clash Of Egos

    Michael Crabtree has been quite a controversial topic since he was drafted. He came off a great year at Texas Tech with stats through the roof...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about almost 5 years ago 782 reads 19 comments

  16. Where In The World Is Michael Vick: The Bills Are The Top Team For Him

    There is never a shortage of articles on Michael Vick. He is a quarterback with a twist; he can run and he can throw, and there is no denying he can play football...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about almost 5 years ago 631 reads 7 comments

  17. Philadelphia Eagles News: Injuries Already Tearing a Fairytale Season Apart?

    First Brian Westbrook's ankle starts acting up again, which wasn't completely unexpected for the ageing star. Then during training camp, Shawn Andrews and Jason Peters are sidelined with two injuries which don't look all that serious...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about almost 5 years ago 420 reads 11 comments

  18. Hall of Shame: The Pete Rose Story

    Mr. Hustle, Mr. Hustle. Why should you be in the Hall of Shame? As a player, you were extraordinary. You played in 17 All Star games, with three World Series tucked under your belt...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about almost 6 years ago 1,770 reads 18 comments

  19. Life Without Johnson: Can The Eagles Continue Their Top 3 "D" in '09?

    Jim Johnson left the team a few months back indefinitely due to his cancer treatment. It now looks like he has hung up the defensive coordinator hat for good. We all wish him the best of luck with his ongoing treatment and hope for the best...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about 5 years ago 320 reads 21 comments

  20. A Legend's Legacy: The NFL Without John Madden in 2009

    Boom! John Earl Madden. The last time he graced our homes with his presence was Super Bowl XLIII. He is a legend of the NFL, though never playing a game in it...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about 5 years ago 225 reads 2 comments

  21. Running Out the Clock: How Much Time Does Brian Westbrook Have Left?

    2003: Tricep 2005: Foot 2008: Rib/Ankle 2009: Ankle Plagues. Over history there have seemed to be many plagues. Black plague, bubonic plague, pneumonic plague... But the plagues that seem to stand out now are injuries to professional athletes...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about 5 years ago 397 reads 12 comments

  22. What Has Happened? A Letter to My Once Beloved 49ers

    My Dearest Childhood Team, You have been quiet as of late, not bullying the your peers like you once did. And to be honest, I cannot stand it...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about 5 years ago 347 reads 9 comments

  23. Tony Romo and Jason Garret: Gone in 2010?

    That's what the word on the street is. That's what Washington Redskins, Philadelphia Eagles, and New York Giants fans are praying for. It is completely possible...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about 5 years ago 1,627 reads 29 comments

  24. Your Salary Is Capped: Why Professional Sports Players Are Overpaid

    Long gone are the days of being a plumber by day, baller by night. Whether that 'baller' be basket, foot, golf, or otherwise related, the players are paid too much...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about 5 years ago 950 reads 23 comments

  25. That's Not a Five, That's an "S": A Look into Donovan McNabb's Past

    Before the Eagles. Before the NFC Championship games. Before the NFL. McNabb was clutch. Can you remember? Syracuse and Virginia Tech? 1998. McNabb was in orange before the green he wears today...

    Jamie  Brown Written by Jamie Brown about 5 years ago 631 reads 12 comments