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September 30, 2012
Former Eagles safety Brian Dawkins will have his No. 20 retired by the team at halftime of Sunday night's game against the visiting New York Giants. Dawkins is expected to address the fans from the field. Dawkins, who ended his career with 37 interceptions and eight Pro Bowl selections , is in his first year of retirement after playing for the Eagles from 1996 to 2008 and the last three seasons with the Denver Broncos. "It's going to be electric," Dawkins said of the ceremony.
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May 13, 2010
After visiting with the Washington Redskins, former Eagles running back Brian Westbrook is scheduled to visit the Denver Broncos, according to reports. In Washington, Westbrook would join former teammate Donovan McNabb and his brother, Byron. In Denver, he would reunite with Correll Buckhalter and Brian Dawkins. The Broncos already have Knowshon Moreno, Buckhalter and J.J. Arrington on the roster. According to ESPN.com, Westbrook met with Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan and offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan as well as others.
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April 17, 2009 | Daily News Staff and Wire Reports
New Denver Broncos safety Brian Dawkins has won the 43rd annual Byron "Whizzer" White award honoring the 13-year veteran's community work while with the Eagles. Dawkins received the award as the NFL player who best served his team, community and country in the spirit of White, who was a Supreme Court justice, pro football player and humanitarian. Dawkins, who joined the Broncos this spring as a free agent, served as regional spokesman for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation while in Philadelphia.
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January 25, 2004 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
For the second time in two days, the NFC East champion Eagles watched a rebuilding Chicago Bears team raid Andy Reid's coaching staff. The latest foray landed the Bears a special-teams coach in Dave Toub, who had been an assistant to Eagles special-teams coach John Harbaugh the last three seasons. Toub, 41, also helped coach the Eagles' defensive line and assisted with quality control. Toub's hiring came one day after Eagles linebackers coach Ron Rivera was named the Bears' defensive coordinator.
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September 17, 2007
David Aldridge The Eagles own the Redskins. The back of Washington's jerseys should read "Property of Lurie". Bob Brookover The Eagles know they gave away a game on opening day in Green Bay. Bob Ford Reno Mahe doesn't break a punt return for a score, but everything else goes better. Ashley Fox Brian Dawkins said he's "jacked up" for this one. Let's hope so. Ray Parrillo McNabb continues his pattern of rebounding after poor performances in season openers.
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September 28, 2007
I'M THINKING the Eagles are a better team than the Giants, even though you have to wonder which Eagles offense you'll see this week, and what Eli Manning and Plaxico Burress will be able to do to an Eagles secondary that looked pretty vulnerable when sitting on a huge lead against Detroit. (Brian Dawkins, who seems more likely to play this week, might be able to change that at least a little.) The fact that Andy Reid's teams have lost five of their last six going into the bye definitely is a concern.
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January 9, 2009
The Eagles are hosting a "Believe in Green" playoff party tonight beginning at 6 o'clock at Chickie's and Pete's on Packer Avenue. Running back Correll Buckhalter, cornerback Sheldon Brown, linebacker Akeem Jordan, cornerback Joselio Hanson, defensive tackle Trevor Laws and quarterback A.J. Feeley will greet fans and sign autographs. A limited number of autograph tickets will be given to fans on a first-come, first-served basis. Brown and Hanson will sign from 6 to 7, with Jordan and Buckhalter from 7 to 8, and Laws and Feeley from 8 to 9. The Eagles cheerleaders, Swoop and the Eagles Pep Band also will be in attendance.
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June 2, 2014 | By Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writer
PISCATAWAY, N.J. - When the Eagles started defensive meetings in April, Earl Wolff sat behind new Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins. Wolff glanced over Jenkins' shoulder at Jenkins' notebook and was astounded at the level of detail. So Wolff started sitting next to Jenkins, and he has shadowed the Eagles' top defensive addition since. It's the same notebook former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel remembers Jenkins carrying around when Jenkins was an all-American for the Buckeyes. The Eagles' dogged pursuit of Jenkins had much to do with the way he plays safety, but it was also because of the intangibles they wanted from the player they expect to lead their secondary.
SPORTS
March 5, 2009
SHAWN SPRINGS wants to make one thing clear. If he does sign on with the Eagles as a free agent, it will not be to fill the void left by the recent departure of respected safety Brian Dawkins. It's not a role he relishes. It is not a role he wants to be put in. And frankly, it's not a role he feels he could accomplish. "First off, the guy you are talking about, Brian Dawkins, he's a guy who I know Philly fans really appreciate," said Springs, the veteran cornerback who visited the Eagles yesterday, "but he's a guy around the league that's well-respected.
NEWS
March 5, 2009
AS A YOUNG Eagles fan, I was taught to bleed green, realizing that football may be my true religion. To this day, my passion has only intensified. But "faith" is about to be tested. I'm stunned by how the team could let the greatest safety in franchise history just walk away. Someone who was the heart and soul of the Eagles. After all that will be said, in the end, the face of our team and an all-out good guy will never again burst out of the tunnel. While fans get some generic excuse, there can be no logical rationale behind letting Brian Dawkins put on another NFL jersey.
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