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(Asante Samuel tackles Marion Barber of the Dallas Cowboys on Nov. 8, 2009.  Credit:  Al Bello/ Getty Images)

Eagles Will Be Without Samuel vs. Cowboys

As the Eagles departed for Texas and Saturday’s game with the Cowboys, they announced that they will be a bit shorthanded on defense for this one.


(Coach Andy Reid.  File photo from AP)

Healthy, Rested Eagles Back to Practice

After a bye week and a day off on Monday, the Philadelphia Eagles were back on the practice field as they get ready to host Dallas on Sunday night.


(Andy Reid walks off the field after last Sunday's loss to the Buffalo Bills.  Credit:  Brody Wheeler/ Getty Images)

Eagles: Cole and Peters Out, Dunlap Questionable for Sunday

The Eagles will try to start the long road back from a 1-4 start on Sunday as they visit the Washington Redskins.


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Coach Reid: Eagles, 1-3, Dealing With More Injuries and Looking Within

After repeatedly blowing fourth-quarter leads, Reid says, it is time for his players to look in the mirror.


(Joselio Hanson in action in a Dec. 28, 2010 game against the Vikings.  Credit: Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

Eagles Re-Sign Hanson, Cut Lindley

The team announced they have re-signed cornerback Joselio Hanson to a two-year deal.



NFL: Eagles Cut Four More Players

WR Gerald Jones, TE Martell Webb, T Spencer Johnson, and DB Jamar Wall were all let go.


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Once NFL Returns, What Will Eagles Do? Ray Didinger Looks Ahead

KYW Newsradio’s Matt Leon caught up with Ray Didinger to talk with him about what moves the Eagles might make once the NFL lockout ends.


(Billy "White Shoes" Johnson celebrates a touchdown for the Houston Oilers.)

NFL: Catching Up With Former Widener U. Star Billy “White Shoes” Johnson

One of the most electric kick returners in the history of the NFL has been seen again recently in the Delaware Valley, where he served as an instructor at Football University, a camp for elite scholastic athletes that was held in Downingtown.


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Poll: 53 Percent In New Jersey Favor Legalized Sports Betting

Though a public vote is still seven months away and the National Football League is in a deep labor freeze, a new poll finds that 53 percent of New Jersey voters support allowing legal sports betting at Atlantic City’s casinos and at the state’s horse tracks.