Published: September 29th, 2011 | Tags: First and 10,
The Philadelphia Eagles defense from 1987-92 was one of the greatest in NFL history, and at the heart of it were Reggie White and Jerome Brown, two players whose legacy you can remember in a special documentarythat premieres on NFL Network Thursday at 10 p.m. ET.
Here’s what else is on tap for Thursday:
- Who would have thought a year ago that Buffalo and Detroit would be among the NFL’s elite? Tune into NFL Network’s “Total Access” today at 7 p.m. ET to hear the Lions’ Nate Burleson and the Bills’ Nick Barnett discuss some of the pressing issues of the week.
- Get a handle on this weekend’s slate of games with NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora‘s weekly Inside Slant.
- Is it possible that New England could lose two games in a row? NFL Network’s Albert Breer has the latest from Foxborough, where the Patriots are preparing to take on former teammate Richard Seymour in Oakland on Sunday.
- Who are the 10 most deserving candidates on Wednesday’s list of first-time nominees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame? NFL.com’s Elliot Harrison presents his choices.
- In honor of the Boston Red Sox and their epic collapse this season, Adam Rank offers six of the worst second-half chokes in NFL history.
- NFL.com national reporter Jeff Darlington takes a look inside the Miami Dolphins’ turbulent start to the 2011 season, and wonders whether things can still be salvaged in South Beach.
- Colt McCoy‘s arm and stature were questioned coming out of college, but he’s among a group of 10 that scouting legend Gil Brandt says have overcome any perceived weaknesses and are putting the league on notice.
- Police in Detroit are trying to shut down a mobile strip club operating outside Lions games that’s been giving a whole new meaning to the term tailgating.
- Come up with names for the week’s most exciting plays, and tweet your way into the NFL history books. We’ll pick our favorites, and let users pick the final winner each week.
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