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Bleeding Green Nation Jun 30, 2014

Philadelphia Eagles rank near bottom of the NFL in arrests since 2000

The Philadelphia Eagles have been well-behaved. The only news that tends to happen during the NFL's dead zone, the period between the end of minicamp in June and beginning of training camp in July, tends to be bad news. It's a time where NFL players have 30+ days to freely spend their time as they wish. Sometimes that freedom brings trouble. A number of players are arrested during the NFL offseason. For example, Eagles left tackle Jason Peters was arrested last summer when he allegedly was involved in drag racing and resisting arrest. For the most part, however, the Eagles have had players...

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