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Seahawks' loss (Percy Harvin), may be Eagles' gain

philly.com — So Percy Harvin thought he was Biff Tannen and every other wide receiver on the Seattle Seahawks' roster was George McFly. On Friday, the Seahawks traded Harvin to the New York Jets, getting a conditional draft pick back for a Pro Bowl-caliber player with a volcanic personality.

A friend fights for ex-Phillie Dick Allen's Hall of Fame induction

philly.com — He gripped the computer mouse in his right hand, leaned forward in his chair, and searched for a few words to cool his fevered mind. The e-mails, stored in Microsoft Outlook, whirred down the screen as if the monitor were a slot machine, black script blur

A friend fights for ex-Phillie Dick Allen's Hall of Fame induction

inquirer.com — He gripped the computer mouse in his right hand, leaned forward in his chair, and searched for a few words to cool his fevered mind. The e-mails, stored in Microsoft Outlook, whirred down the screen as if the monitor were a slot machine, black script blur

Chip Kelly and the culture of success

Even in big win, Foles is nowhere near perfect

inquirer.com — It was just 11 months ago that Nick Foles had become a sensation, throwing seven touchdown passes in one game, coming out of nowhere to run Chip Kelly's offense with calmness and precision and such care for the football.

Even in big win, Foles is nowhere near perfect

An Eagles coach draws inspiration from Giants' Herzlich

articles.philly.com — Still, he and the trainers had been concerned enough about Herzlich's health that they told him to see a doctor. "I have good news and bad news," Sandy Herzlich said when McGovern called him back. "The good news is we've figured out what's wrong with Mark's back." "OK, great.

Despite changes, Coughlin and Manning are still faces of the Giants

philly.com — Posted: Sunday, October 12, 2014, 3:01 AM EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Throughout their Sunday night game against the Giants, the Eagles and their fans will see plenty of familiar faces along the New York sideline. Most of those faces will belong to two men: head coach Tom Coughlin and quarterback Eli Manning.

Despite changes, Coughlin and Manning are still faces of the Giants

inquirer.com — EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Throughout their Sunday night game against the Giants, the Eagles and their fans will see plenty of familiar faces along the New York sideline. Most of those faces will belong to two men: head coach Tom Coughlin and quarterback Eli Manning.

Hurting defense puts Hextall on the spot

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Oct 21, 2014

@esmitty29 They got lucky that Lincecum overvalued himself, yes. Maybe they knew he did. Dunno. The details are murky.

Oct 20, 2014

How long has Lanny McDonald been the Texans' quarterback? #TexansVSSteelers

Oct 20, 2014

The #SFGiants are on a path the #Phillies should've taken long ago. The #Royals are on 1 the Phils have to take now: po.st/EA5pPt

Oct 20, 2014

RT @phillysport: How to fix Phillies? Maybe it's time for patient Royals approach. @MikeSielski has more on the process: bit.ly/1vEyeJW

Oct 20, 2014

RT @IUsportscenter: Former Phillie Dick Allen's HoF campaign marches on, led by a friend named Frog. (via @MikeSielski) sportsjournalism.org/sports-media-n…

Oct 20, 2014

@benshpigel Panera. Or Starbucks. Sometimes, a Dunkin Donuts.

Oct 20, 2014

Idzik is right. Harvin is a "potential coup," if by "coup" you mean he could use force to assume control of the #NYJ's operations.

Oct 20, 2014

Rex Ryan: "Sunday, Percy Harvin will be delivering kicks ... uh, returning kicks. I meant to say 'returning.' I swear!" #NYJ #madeupquotes

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