Westbrook no longer third wheel in Eagles' attack
As I landed in Hartford, Conn., via a 90-minute flight from Cleveland, I knew something was amiss, though. As we pulled up to the gate I turned on my cellular phone and it abruptly read "6 new messages."
This is a rarity on a Saturday afternoon, so I thought something had happened at home with my family. Once I started checking the messages, one after one came in to inform me that Terrell Owens had been suspended by the Eagles. As I listened on, a smile crept across my face -- first, because I knew everything was fine at home; second, because the Eagles stepped up and did what they needed to do.