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Eagles CB Sheldon Brown expected to start

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Veteran Eagles cornerback Sheldon Brown has not missed a game in his eight-year career, and he's not going to miss one tonight.

Brown was questionable with a pulled hamstring, and was limited in practice all week, but he's active for the game and is expected to start. That was good news for Philadelphia.

Tight end Desmond Clark is out with a neck injury, the third game he will miss this season. Clark missed only two games in the previous six seasons.

There were not any surprises for the Bears when it came to inactives. Not dressed are:

WR Juaquin Iglesias
S Kevin Payne
LB Pisa Tinoisamoa
TE Desmond Clark
DT Matt Toeaina
DL Jarron Gilbert
CB D.J. Moore
G Lance Louis

The Eagles inactives are:

3rd QB Kevin Kolb
RB P.J. Hill
RB Brian Westbrook
FS Quintin Demps
LB Akeem Jordan
G/T Stacy Andrews
G Mike McGlynn
WR Kevin Curtis

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Thats Great!!!

They look as crappy as they have the last 4 weeks.

Still no Gilbert or Iglesias - these guys are either really bad or superstars in disguise. :-)

I'm F***ing done with this coaching staff!!! If something does not get done this offseason, I hope this whole team and everything and everybody associated with it goes straight to help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!You all know what I mean!!

Congrats to Bear ownership, management, and coaching staff. The Bears have now officially ruined one of the best quarterbacks in the league. When he came to the Bears, one of Jay Cutler's main strengths was his ability to hit receivers downfield. Now, he constantly misses receivers who are wide open for touchdowns.

An football team that not only can't win with, but ruins a top quarterback is an abject failure from top to bottom and has no chance of succeeding. The only chances to get better are either ownership gets a major attitude adjustment -- in the Bears' case, this means spending whatever it takes to win, starting with hiring top management -- or sells the team to someone who places winning above all else. As things are right now, the Bears are dead.

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