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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Bobby April
Andy Reid stood in the middle of the Eagles' locker room after his team barely survived against the New York Giants last weekend, and apologized.
Protecting Michael Vick is such a concern for the Philadelphia Eagles, they've overhauled their offensive line.
"Icing the kicker is like trick plays or fakes," April said. "You're brilliant if they work and you're something else if they don't."
"He always wants the ball in his hands," April said. "And certainly he's had so much success over high school, college, and the NFL returning kicks, you know, that's really just a part of his play."