This is the March 11, 2013 news archive. View today's Eagles rumors and news.
Eagles quarterback Michael Vick has canceled plans to appear at several book signings in the next week after organizers received death threats. Vick had been planning to sign his autobiography, Finally Free, at bookstores in Atlanta and Philadelphia, bu…
Eagles re-sign long snapper Jon Dorenbos and safety Colt AndersonUpdated Mar 11 Share TweetThe Eagles announced that they signed long snapper Jon Dorenbos to a four-year contract and safety Colt Anderson to a one-year deal on Monday.Share TweetThe Eagles were in Morgantown on Monday working out West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith, an NFL source confirmed.Share TweetGary Horton and Field Yates are doing Offseason Playbook features on every team, and if you have the Insider access, I recommend them thoroughly. If you don't have the Insider access, I recommend getting it. Anyway, today Gary and Field take a look at t…Source: ESPN.comShare TweetThe Philadelphia Eagles have not yet reached out to veteran linebacker James Harrison, who was cut last week by the Pittsburgh Steelers. And they may not. But it appears clear from Harrison's end that he would take the call if they did. This is from Tim…Source: ESPN.com
Eagles cheerleaders scouting Michael Jackson's daughterUpdated Mar 11 Share TweetWhile the Eagles search for what will presumably amount to an entire team's worth of better players, their cheerleaders have been doing some scouting of their own.Share TweetThe Eagles are looking at St. Louis Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola as a potential free agent signing.
Eagles hunting for defensive linemenUpdated Mar 11 Share TweetThe changes on the Eagles defensive line started two weeks ago when Mike Patterson and Cullen Jenkins were released. Which defensive scheme the Eagles will use has not been disclosed, but the cuts were the first steps of a transition.
Brian Westbrook talks Chip Kelly and Andy ReidMar 11Brian Westbrook joins "NFL AM" to talk about how Chip Kelly will do with the Philadelphia Eagles and how his old coach Andy Reid will be able to work with Alex Smith and turn the Kansas City Chiefs into a winner.
Jim Trotter: Harvin may be a headache, but that doesn't make him a lost ca…Mar 11The narrative when a talented but troubled player gets traded is always fascinating to me. The discourse goes something like this: I don't care how talented he is, he's not worth the headache.
Don Banks: With Harvin trade, fortune likely to favor bold Seahawks againMar 11For a franchise that has rapidly become known for its fearless, unconventional thinking on personnel matters, Seattle's trade for disgruntled Vikings receiver-return man Percy Harvin on Monday is another bold step. And one that again reinforces the perc…
Minnesota Vikings to trade Percy Harvin to Seattle Seahawks -- sourceMar 11The Minnesota Vikings have agreed to trade wide receiver Percy Harvin to the Seattle Seahawks, a source confirmed to ESPN.com's John Clayton.
Peter King: Some things to expect as free agency gets set to openMar 11All's quiet on the free-agency front, one day from the opening of the market, Tuesday at 4 p.m. Some of the front office guys I speak to regularly were on lockdown over the weekend, not allowed to spill anything for risk of alienating a player or agent,…