Philadelphia Eagles News

Other Views: May 26

Well, second-round draft pick Jaiquawn Jarrett is from Brooklyn's Bedford-Stuyvesant section and is out to prove that his devotion to football instead of hoops was worth the hard work. Jeff McLane from the Philadelphia Inquirer does a great job of explaining Jarrett's background and how he got turned away from the hardwood to the gridiron.

Another day, another Kevin Kolb story. This one, however, comes from Rich Hofmann of the Philadelphia Daily News who looks at how the veteran quarterback has become the face of the NFL's work stoppage. Of course, there has to be a football-related story involving Kolb and ESPN's John Clayton continues to sound the horn that Arizona should step up and acquire Kolb when trades are allowed to happen.

Nick Fierro of the Easton Express-Times updates the situation regarding the Eagles and training camp at Lehigh University.

How is looking at the informal workouts being held by the Eagles? Jeff Offord from PhillyBurbs.com offers some insight.

Could it be easier for some players to get roster spots once the work stoppage ends? Jarrett Bell of USA Today looks at how the NFL is considering changes to the roster size limits for next season.

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