Tragedy has overshadowed football for the Eagles . Let’s see how the media reacted to the sad news in the Other Views for this Monday, August 6 …
Garrett Reid, son of head coach Andy Reid, passed away at the age of 29.
Les Bowen wrote how the Eagles are in a state of shock.
“Amid tragedy, the Eagles cling to what they know,” wrote Rich Hoffman.
Garrett Reid’s friend remembers him fondly.
It certainly was a unique day here at Lehigh University.
For head coach Andy Reid, being a father has never been so difficult.
People all over the NFL offered their condolences.
Chairman/CEO Jeffrey Lurie weighed in on the emotional status of Coach Reid.
Grief has served as a unifier for the Eagles.
Ray Didinger wonders how Andy Reid will be able to move on.
The services for Garrett Reid will take place on Tuesday.
The Eagles took to the practice field despite the tragedy.
Fans weighed in on the tragedy.
Twitter erupted with thoughts and prayers for the Reid family.
Peter King reflected on Garrett Reid’s influence on the football side of Andy Reid’s life.
Andy Reid’s life will never be the same.
Clark Judge wrote about the importance of the players in this tragic time.
Andy Reid will return to football soon.
Family has always been first for Coach Reid.
A trio of players from the 2005 draft class have managed to stick around in Philadelphia.
The Eagles continue to recover from injuries as Thursday’s game approaches.
The Eagles have built a very strong roster.
After a disappointing 2011 season, the Eagles will have another go at it this year.
The defense for the Birds will have to step up.
“One NFL coach thinks Eagles have best team,” writes Sheil Kapadia.
Special teams coach Bobby April has tough decisions to make.
The starting cornerbacks threaten to be a powerful pair.
The tough Training Camp will benefit the team in the end.
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