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Bill Campbell

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Time For Eagles Brass To Speak Up

By Bill Campbell: The Philadelphia area contains thousands of the most loyal football fans ever. Their sense of loyalty to the Eagles uniform and logo is almost incomparable.


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Sports: The Winners & Losers Of Last Weekend

It was almost a make-believe weekend, probably because it was mixed up with so many winners and losers.


New England Patriots v Philadelphia Eagles

High Hopes Dashed For ‘Dream Team’

By Bill Campbell: I’ll bet you can’t wait until Thursday night when the 4 and 7 Eagles meet the 4 and 7 Seattle Seahawks in what should be an NFL Classic.


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No 4th Quarter Collapse – This Time!

By Bill Campbell: The Eagles’ unexpected victory over the Giants last Sunday night was not a classic, by any means. But it was a win and it gave the Birds some playoff breathing room, however shallow.


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New Era Begins At Penn State

By Bill Campbell: In any other time the deactivation of DeSean Jackson, if only for one game, would have been big news.


A Weekend Best Forgotten

By Bill Campbell: I frequently find myself talking and writing about weekends to remember. We have just finished a weekend that is best forgotten.


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Eagles Clicking On Both Sides Of The Ball

By Bill Campbell: How do you find the correct words to describe the Eagles?


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Kurt Coleman – Shady McCoy – Nelson Cruz – David Freese – Tony LaRussa

The Eagles’ trip to Washington produced a few smiles which, in itself, was refreshing. The Birds defended the run better, forcing the Redskins to the air which, when your quarterback is Rex Grossman, is always challenging.


(An injured Ryan Howard is helped off the field after the final out of the NLDS game five. The Phillies lost the series, three games to two.)

Sizing Up The Phillies’ Challenging Future

By Bill Campbell: Not only did the Phillies’ scintillating season end miserably, but the future could be full of problems as well.


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Cliff Lee – Andy Reid – Steve Addazio

Will any baseball fan anywhere ever forget that Wednesday night in late September 2011, when another baseball regular schedule was racing to its irregular close?


Ahmad Bradshaw #44 of the Giants jumps over Nate Allen #29 and Nnamdi Asomugha #24 of the Eagles for a touchdown in the fourth quarter at Lincoln Financial Field. The Giants defeated the Eagles 29-16. (credit: Rob Carr/Getty Images)

BLOG: ‘Giveaway Game’ By The Birds

By Bill Campbell: When you’ve reported on as many games as I have, you use the term “giveaway game” sparingly.


New York Giants v Philadelphia Eagles

BLOG: Andy Reid – Bernard Pierce – Temple – Philadelphia Eagles

When you’ve reported on as many games as I have, you use the term “giveaway game” sparingly. The Phillies had more than their share during their eight-game losing streak. Injuries to Ryan Howard, Hunter Pence. And they had players recovering from injuries — Jimmy Rollins, Chase Utley and others.


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BLOG: Joe Paterno – Todd Herremans – Michael Vick – Danny Watkins – Lexi Thompson

Until Todd Herremans and Michael Vick banged helmets on Sunday night in Atlanta, it looked like college football around here.


DeSean Jackson

BLOG: Michael Vick And DeSean Jackson

There’s nothing to contemplate this week except the Eagles’ performance in St. Louis. Even the Phillies’ winning 3 out of 4 in Milwaukee should take second place – at least for this week, or until the baseball post-season.


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Andy Reid – David Herndon – Skip Holtz – Joe Paterno

The 2011 NFL season is now just hours away. And on the attitude scale the Eagles seem to be more than ready. They’ve spent a lot this off-season to acquire new players and new coaches and their stamp of approval seems to be justified in the locker room.