According to the Philadelphia Daily News, there remains "mutual" interest between the Eagles and free agent Jeremy Shockey.
The Eagles still have not scheduled a meeting with free agent TE Jeremy Shockey.
The Charlotte Observer reports the Panthers "haven't ruled out" re-signing free agent Jeremy Shockey.
The Eagles have "put on hold" plans to host free agent TE Jeremy Shockey for a physical.
The Eagles will have in free agent Jeremy Shockey for a physical.
CSN Philadelphia's Reuben Frank reports the Eagles plan on giving free agent TE Jeremy Shockey a physical "at some point."
The player rep for free agent TE Jeremy Shockey says the "door's still open (with the Panthers)," but that it's "more likely" Shockey signs elsewhere.
The Panthers and free agent TE Jeremy Shockey are keeping an "open dialogue" regarding a potential re-signing.
Profootballtalk.com reports free agent TE Jeremy Shockey is "hell bent" on taking action against NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp for saying he was the "snitch" in the Saints' bounty case.
Free agent TE Jeremy Shockey would like to return to the Giants, according to the Daily News.
The Panthers are not expected to offer free agent Jeremy Shockey the $4 million he made in 2011.
Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports reports there is "no chance" free agent Jeremy Shockey retires this offseason.
Although free agent Jeremy Shockey has considered retirement, GM Marty Hurney expects him back with the Panthers in 2012.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera revealed at the Combine Thursday that free agent Jeremy Shockey spoke of retirement after the season.