As far as playing against old teams I used to play for, I feel like, shoot, they had the opportunity to keep me.
They didn't keep me. So any time I play them, I'm going to make them pay. The Eagles are excited to have Jackson back on their side, too.
Jackson carved out a unique NFL career during his time in Philadelphia. He made his name with big plays in big moments, and Sunday hearkened to those days. The Eagles are hoping Jackson can keep bringing this same energy and performance to the team in He was embraced by the city. The Eagles fans wanted him back. And he gave them what they wanted from here. He can be reached at dgallen pennlive. You can follow him on Twitter and Facebook.
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Jenkins said he felt like he would want to at least have a conversation after last season, and he let the Eagles know about his contract situation right when the season ended. It was the first time that Jenkins had missed OTAs in his year career, and he acknowledged that it felt weird to be away from the team. But he traveled, put energy into his off-the-field work and just took a much-needed break after his heavy workload last season.
There are different guys in, different guys out, different guys have different parts of their career. Some guys benefit from more rest; some from more work.
Every case is a little bit different. And a lot of other guys we're trying to find that out about, and that's what they're doing here at this time of year.
Malcolm has some of those credits already in his bank account. Why the time was right for Carson Wentz to sign extension with Philadelphia Eagles. Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles could have waited. But the two sides made the quarterback's contract extension official Monday. With Jenkins absent and fellow starting safety Rodney McLeod rehabbing a knee injury that ended his season in Week 3, other members of the Eagles secondary got opportunities to get more reps.
Free-agent signing Andrew Sendejo has remained with the first team after Jenkins returned, while Tre Sullivan got the chance to work with the first-team, too. The Eagles got the chance to see more from younger players. The once verdant grasslands become fields of gold. A welcomed sight, for me, is the return of a large majestic raptor. Soaring with intention, wings spread flat and wide, identity uncertain, until I see the flash of white on head and tail.
The Eagles fans wanted him back. The Philadelphian - Sun-soaked 1 bedroom with a private terrace boasting treetop views of Fairmount and a large, open floorplan. Later, Jackson struck again to put the Eagles up for good in the third quarter. Along with Fletcher Cox , he was the most indispensable player for the Philadelphia defense last season. Malcolm has some of those credits already in his bank account. Spence, who played for Eagles defensive assistant Matt Burke when he was the Dolphins defensive coordinator, started all 16 games for the Dolphins last season, finishing with 42 tackles, nine quarterback hits, two sacks and a fumble recovery. To do that at home, I know means a lot for him; and for this team, to get us going the way he did was huge for us.
Bald Eagles begin their return to the coastal Lowcountry in late August, having spent the summer months in and around the Chesapeake Bay. They are our earliest nesters. They re-establish their pair bonds, engage in courting behaviors and cooperatively refurbish their nest in late fall and early winter.
Typically, two eggs are laid in huge nests most often built in crags of dead or minimally foliated trees high above the ground. Both male and female care for the eggs, carefully folding their talons under their feet to prevent piercing the precious eggs. Incubation generally continues for a month. Chicks are nurtured by both parents and remain in the nest for another two more months or so. What a sight to see, in early spring, the stretching and flapping of the fledglings as they prepare to fly off on their own. Fledges, by the way, are adult-sized when they leave the nest. And, with the additional down and somewhat longer tail all the better for the first flying lessons they appear to be even bigger than the adults.
The distinctive white head and white tail are adult plumage; it will be several years before the juveniles acquire it. I was delighted to watch, on one occasion, a single bird circling perhaps 50 feet above the surface of the water.