Philadelphia Eagles

From the NY Times: Even Michael Vick did not see this happening. Vick, the Eagles’ starting quarterback, is one of the N.F.L.’s most electrifying talents and possibly its most valuable player in 2010. The fact that he is a convicted felon just more than a year out of prison simply makes him this season’s most […]

From Philly.com: As a morality play, Monday night’s football game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Washington Washington Football Team might have come up a moral or two short, but as theater, there couldn’t be many complaints. At least not in Philadelphia. The Eagles revisited former quarterback Donovan McNabb in his new home, and on […]

Donovan McNabb was given a hero's welcome in Philadelphia when he returned for the first time wearing a rival Washington Washington Football Team uniform. But the much hyped showdown between the former Eagles QB and Michael Vick was cut short.

In his first start since 2006 Michael Vick overcame a high-scoring performance by the Detroit Lions to notch the Eagles first win of 2010.

Michael Vick may be almost a year out of the big house, but for many sports fans he's still in the dog house. For the second year in a row, Vick was rated the most hated man in sports, according to an annual Forbes magazine poll.

Ending weeks of speculation, veteran NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb has been traded by the Philadelphia Eagles to the Washington Washington Football Team. The Eagles will receive a second-round pick (37th overall) in this month’s NFL draft and either a third- or fourth-round pick next year.

Darlene McCoy of Praise 102.5 interviewed Micheal Vick before his first game against the Atlanta Falcons. He gave all due respect to teammate Donovan McNabb and said he is learning a lot from the veteran, but admitted that he wants to be a starting quarterback again.