What're the odds Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie going to fire Andy Reid, this season?
"As this NFL season approaches, I want to wish the Big Guy the very best. There isn’t a pair of ear muffs thick enough in this world to keep out all the noise everybody is going to be making if he can not rein in his Dream Team this season..."
Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie puts Andy Reid on notice eventhough Reid's dealing with his son's recent death...cold!!!
UP to now I thought Lurie (owner) had a little bit of class but was I wrong.he's a cold hearted snake who like MOST owners only wants to win, regardless of team circumstances or personal hardships. I do believe the Eagles might go 9-7 this year but if Vick gets hurt seriously enough they will end up as a 500 team (8-8) or worse, and poor old 120+ victory coach Andy Reed will be looking for a new job!!
by Michael Willis 8 years ago
Can't say I am too surprised, but he was such a threat when healthy. He was due a large salary this year and was released.
by R.Edwards 8 years ago
I'm not so sure that the Philadelphia Eagles aren't the best team in the NFC right now. I know the Saints and their undefeated season have a lot to say about that, but when it comes to the playoff race, I wouldn't hesitate in saying the Saints probably wouldn't even put up a good game. Infact, I'm...
by Randy Godwin 4 months ago
After discovering some of the Eagles were not going to attend Spanky's WH meeting, he decided to disinvite the entire team. After meddling in one of our national pastimes by quelling the right to peacefully protest, apparently some of the players took that personally and refused to attend. No...
by alexandriaruthk 5 years ago
Do you think Andy Reid fits well with the Kansas City Chiefs? Is this a good team for him?After a dismal season with the Eagles, Reid was fired and he has a new coaching job with the Kansas City Chiefs. Do you think this is a good partnership?
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