Garrett Reid, the troubled 29-year-old son of Eagles coach Andy Reid, was found dead Sunday in a dorm room at the club’s Lehigh University training camp, where he spent many summers hanging out with his father’s team.
After Craig pointed out that Usain Bolt is fast, Jerry Recco was on hand to deliver his well prepared update.
Plaxico Burress wouldn’t mind flying high next season. But does he want to soar with the Jets or Eagles?
Has Burress seen enough of New York? After spending time hauling in catches for the Giants and Jets, the free-agent-to-be appears to have his sights set on Philadelphia.
“I’m expecting to see his best,” said Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis.
If I so much as hear a Jets fan mention the Giants on Christmas Eve at MetLife Stadium before next Sunday at around 7:30 p.m., I’ll turn your home into a coal mine.
Last year, the Eagles destroyed the Giants’ season with a 28-point onslaught in the final seven minutes. This time, Andy Reid’s team used a slow and excruciating method to hurt Big Blue once again.
“We’ll just see how the week goes,” Andy Reid said of Vick on Thursday. Well, the Eagles have reportedly made up their mind.
Who will it be under center for the Eagles against the Giants? Michael Vick? Vince Young? Mike Kafka?
Eagles coach Andy Reid says a CT scan Monday shows the star quarterback bruised his hand in Philadelphia’s 29-16 loss to the New York Giants on Sunday.
The storyline this week for the Giants’ trip to Philadelphia is not about their recent woes against the Eagles, but whether Michael Vick will be starting.
Eagles quarterback Michael Vick took part in a morning walkthrough on Wednesday, and there is a chance he will play against the Giants on Sunday.
The Eagles are rumored to be a potential home for former Giants star Plaxico Burress, and were even listed on one betting website as the favorites to land him at 3-2 odds. But according to an AP report, “a person familiar with the team’s thinking … (said) Burress isn’t in their plans.”
Jailed ex-Giants receiver Plaxico Burress is scheduled to be released from Oneida Correctional Facility on June 6 — two weeks from today. According to a weekend report from The Daily News’ Gary Myers, Burress could make a run straight for Philadelphia.
As if NFL coaches needed something else to worry about. When the playoffs begin this weekend, they will feature a new rule for overtime.