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LeSean McCoy Sort Of Confirms That He Says His Last Name While …

LeSean McCoy Sort Of Confirms That He Says His Last Name While Juking People

deadspin.com Updated Oct 3, 2012
On Monday, we brought you the story of Eagles running back LeSean McCoy's supposed catch phrase. Today, we received an email from Robert Edwards of the Gloucester County Times that adds a bit more credence to the story: More »
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  • NFL cleans up during “premiere week”

    NFL cleans up during “premiere week”

    profootballtalk.com Oct 3, 2012
    With a new season of TV shows debuting last week, the NFL continues to prove that nothing brings an audience together like the ultimate reality show:  Live professional football. A pair of NFL games got the highest ratings last week, with Giants-Eagles …
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  • Kicker Says Giants Considered a Fake in Final Seconds

    Kicker Says Giants Considered a Fake in Final Seconds

    nytimes.com Oct 3, 2012
    How would fans have reacted if the Giants had run a fake instead of kicking against the Eagles in the final seconds?
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  • Vick, Asomugha and McCoy all practice for Eagles

    Vick, Asomugha and McCoy all practice for Eagles

    profootballtalk.com Oct 3, 2012
    The Eagles came out of Sunday night with a few injury concerns, but they all seem to be well under control. Quarterback Michael Vick, running back LeSean McCoy and cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha all practiced on Wednesday. Vick suffered a knee contusion lat…
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  • Steelers getting healthy for Eagles

    Steelers getting healthy for Eagles

    ESPN.com Oct 3, 2012
    The Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday will be in Pittsburgh to face a Steelers team that's coming off its bye week and, it appears, getting several key players back from injury. Linebacker James Harrison, who has yet to play this year due to a knee injury, …
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  • Michael Vick would’ve been a Steeler if Mike Tomlin had his way

    Michael Vick would’ve been a Steeler if Mike Tomlin had his way

    yahoo.com philly.com Oct 3, 2012
    Ben Roethlisberger and Michael Vick are two of the most exciting quarterbacks in the National Football League, and they will square off on Sunday as the Pittsburgh Steelers and Philadelphia Eagles renew their cross-state rivalry. Had Mike Tomlin gotten …
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  • Eagles waive Brian Rolle

    Eagles waive Brian Rolle

    philly.com Oct 3, 2012
    For the second straight Tuesday, the Eagles addressed their subpar special teams by releasing a player whose roster spot appeared safe not all that long ago.
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  • Eagles' Hughes makes most of Giant opportunity

    Eagles' Hughes makes most of Giant opportunity

    philly.com Oct 3, 2012
    WITH ONLY seconds remaining in the first half, Brandon Hughes zeroed in on an Eli Manning pass headed for the back corner of the end zone. It seemed too good to be true.
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  • Absurdly premature 2012 playoff picture: Week 4

    Absurdly premature 2012 playoff picture: Week 4

    yahoo.com Oct 3, 2012
    Top AFC seeds: Houston Texans, Baltimore Ravens Other AFC division champs: Denver Broncos, New England Patriots AFC wild cards: Pittsburgh Steelers, San Diego Chargers Top NFC seeds: Atlanta Falcons, San Francisco 49ers Other NFC division champs: Philad…
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  • Video - 'Sound FX': Coleman soars high 04:29

    'Sound FX': Coleman soars high

    Oct 3
    Checks out the sights and sounds of Philadelphia Eagles safety Kurt Coleman, who tries to play his best for Brian Dawkins.
  • Video - Countdown Daily AccuScore: PHI-PIT 01:10

    Countdown Daily AccuScore: PHI-PIT

    Oct 3
    Prim Siripipat goes inside the numbers for the Eagles-Steelers

Sports Columnists

  • Young defensive backs have made their marks

    Oct 3
    At the 2012 draft, wide receivers were the rage, but it's been the rookie DBs who have made a difference, writes John Clayton