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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Bradley Fletcher
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Drew Brees threw a 24-yard touchdown pass to Lance Moore, Mark Ingram ran in from the 4 and the New Orleans Saints took 20-14 lead over the Philadelphia Eagles after three quarters in an NFC wild-card playoff game Saturday night.
All that progress the Philadelphia Eagles' defense made over two months vanished in one day. It doesn't mean they're back to the beginning.
No more summer commutes for Eagles players to Bethlehem.
Receiver Danny Amendola and cornerback Bradley Fletcher will miss the rest of the season for the winless St. Louis Rams.
St. Louis Rams cornerback Bradley Fletcher and receiver Mike Sims-Walker were both hurt Wednesday in the final practice before the bye week.
Steven Jackson has not ruled himself out for the St. Louis Rams' Monday night game against the New York Giants. But he hasn't practiced yet this week and some of his comments made it appear he is already gearing up for Week 3.
Opening day was a beatdown for the St. Louis Rams. In more ways than one.
Of all weeks for the St. Louis Rams to be short-handed in the secondary, this could be the worst.
"With all the additions that are coming in, we'll all be able to come in here and gel," he said. "I think things are going to click real fast and we'll get things going in a hurry and be able to be all on the same page. So I'm really excited and we're all going to hit it hard."
Fletcher says he will get an MRI but the injury isn't a bad one.