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Dolphins Show, Fish Go in South Jersey
Make no mistake about it: when Flipper appears, fish vamoose, be they weakfish, small stripers and blues, sea bass, croakers, triggerfish...they know they are doomed if they hang around.
Report: Eagles to Make a Play for Kenny Stills
We all no the Eagles issues at the wide receiver position the past two season, but they could be focused on trying to fix that during the free agency period this offseason. According to Eliot Shorr-Parks of NJ Advance Media the Eagles will pursue Kenny Stills if the Dolphins allow the receiver to hit free agency...
Could Brandon Boykin Be the Next to Go?
Could Brandon Boykin be the next Eagle to fly the coup? According to a report in the Miami Herald the Eagles are "willing to trade" just about anybody, but one name that is most likely to be available is the Eagles nickel corner. The former fourth-round pick is just 24, but is lack of size (5'10/185) and versatility is something the Chip Kelly values in a player...
Eagles Trying to Trade Mathis
The Eagles signed a new running back today, signing former Cowboys back DeMarco Murray. One questions is whether or not a lot of Murray's success could be attributed to the mammoth Cowboys offensive line.  The Eagles line is a much more athletic, smaller line then the Cowboys...
Eagles Sticking with Fletcher
The last couple of weeks have not been pretty for Eagles starting cornerback Bradley Fletcher. The Cowboys went after him with regularity, leading to three Dez Bryant touchdowns. Fletcher got burnt to a crisp by Aaron Rodgers a few weeks ago and he was targeted with regularity by Seattle last week, but defensive coordinator Billy Davis and head coach Chip Kelly are not ready to make a change... Re
Sproles to Eagles
Running back Darren Sproles, who Wednesday expressed a desire to be released by the New Orleans Saints, will be traded to the Philadelphia Eagles, a league source tells ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. The Saints will receive a fifth-round draft pick from the Eagles in return, the source said Thursday...

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