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The Philadelphia Eagles went through practice Wednesday without quarterback Donovan McNabb and running back Brian Westbrook. The team's top offensive players continue to recover from injuries -- McNabb a broken rib and Westbrook a slightly sprained ankle. McNabb was hurt in Philadelphia's season-opening 38-10 win over Carolina on Sept.
Philadelphia quarterback Donovan McNabb, who fractured a rib a week ago, was listed as inactive Sunday for the Eagles' game against the New Orleans Saints. Backup Kevin Kolb made his first NFL start in place of McNabb, who was hurt in a 38-10 win over Carolina Sept. 13.
Philadelphia Eagles Coach Andy Reid says the health of injured quarterback Donovan McNabb is improving, but his status for Sunday's game is unknown.
Drew Brees threw two touchdown passes Saturday when the New Orleans Saints trounced the Oakland Raiders, 45-7, in pre-season play. Brees was 14-for-17 with 179 yards and P.J. Hill rushed for 83 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries for the Saints, who have won all three of their preseason games.
Michael Bush ran for 177 yards and two touchdowns for Oakland, which wrecked Tampa Bay's playoff hopes Sunday with a 31-24 win over the Buccaneers. JaMarcus Russell passed for two more touchdowns for the Raiders (5-11). Johnnie Lee Higgins caught six passes for 52 yards and Chaz Schilens hauled in another
Irving, TX (Sports Network) - Roy Williams scored his first touchdown as a Cowboy, and the Dallas defense made a crucial stop in the last minute to give the Cowboys a 13-9 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Texas Stadium.
Tampa, FL (Sports Network) - Jeff Garcia threw for 310 yards and one touchdown, as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers bested the struggling Seattle Seahawks, 20-10, at Raymond James Stadium. Garcia completed 27-of-36 passes and Earnest Graham added a rushing touchdown for Tampa Bay (5-2).
By Roy Cummings, Tampa Tribune, Fla. Jul. 27--UPDATED: LAKE BUENA VISTA -- By the time you read this, Brett Favre might already be a Buccaneer. Even if he's not, the speculation that he soon will be should still be gaining strength.
Comedy Central said it plans to start airing its first unscripted competition series this month with U.S. actor/comedian Michael Ian Black as its host.