There hasn’t been much to like about the 2012 Eagles. It’s been frustrating, disappointing, teeth-gnashing nine-game miasma of recurring mistakes. It’s also turned into a countdown as to the final games of Andy Reid’s 14-year tenure in an exhaustive 3-6 march that can’t end fast enough.
For Josh Crompton, who suffered a stroke at the age of 31 this past April, it all could have ended with “Tiny Dancer.”
Eagles defensive tackle Mike Patterson is back at the team’s facility two days after suffering a seizure at practice.
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Mike Patterson has a tangling of blood vessels in his brain that will need treatment. Eagles team trainer Rick Burkholder says the Eagles are consulting with doctors at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.
Eagles Defensive Tackle Mike Patterson Diagnosed With Brain Condition Following Seizure At Training Camp
Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Mike Patterson will likely require further treatment following Wednesday’s seizure at training camp.