Thursday, August 11, 2005

It's just autographs, man.

Signing autographs for the fans is a really BIG deal for the Eagles. Today they sent out this release:
Last Man Standing…
When practice broke this morning at 10:40 am, defensive end Jevon Kearse had already made up his mind. He was going to sign every last autograph for the 300 members of the U.S. Military that were invited to practice as guests of the Eagles. At about 11:20 am he looked up after signing the last autograph, saw that he was the last player on the field and headed for the locker room, but he wasn't done yet. He still had to take care of his buddies in the media waiting patiently for him by the locker room. After 10 minutes with the media, he stopped for his second signing session, taking care of another 30 or so fans. It was now an hour since practice broke and he finally entered the locker room. When he was complimented on his extra efforts he simply said, "That's nothing man. They deserve it."


At 9:55 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am SO GLAD y’all have T.O. and not the Cowboys!

I just watched him on ESPN. The Poor Baby is SO UNDERPAID.

I cannot believe a Philly thug held a gun to his head and forced him to sign his current contract.

You guys should be ashamed that you mistreat him so badly.

Well, as I said, I am glad you have the BUM and not us. We had Barry Switzer but finally got rid of him.

Good Luck with T.O. You always need luck with a VIRUS!


At 2:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Freak is the Anti-TO!! and nice reply, anonymous.

At 2:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

DALLAS SUCKS, plain and simple. Fat Tuna is out of there next year, Bledsoe is WASHED UP, Keyshawn is a milder TO. The only thing you got going on is that running back, so fuck off!

At 10:26 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dallas fans are an embarrassment to pro football.....they make my skin crawl.

that said, I want to comment on Jevon Kearse....

the eagles have gotten where they are because of players like Jevon Kearse.

If they let TO play even one play without apologizing to McNabb first then Brad Childress, the organization, and the fans.

They will have forgotten who they are. If they let him play its like they are selling their soul to the devil. but for what? to get back to the super bowl? even if he is the key its not worth it...

and besides, we got to the NFC championship game without him for three years. We can do it again. As long as we have our coaching staff and we continue to draft the way we have, we'll always be contenders. And Champions


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