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October 17, 2011
Dolphins at Jets 8:35 p.m., ESPN Line: Jets by 61/2 The skinny: Coach Rex Ryan and the 2-3 Jets want a win in the worst way. Three straight losses and rumblings about possible locker room disharmony have many fans and reporters speculating that the Jets could be on the verge of falling apart. It's just Week 6, but New York's game against the 0-4 Dolphins is being considered by many as a must win. Plus, Miami has won both road games between the teams in Ryan's first two seasons as New York's coach.
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April 26, 2003 | By Shannon Ryan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The names of Pennsylvania's top two high school football recruits have been side by side on various Web sites since the season ended. Yesterday, the juniors stood together on the same field. It was not a football field where mighty Strath Haven running back/linebacker Dan Connor and gifted Wilson West Lawn quarterback Chad Henne met. It was on a field for throwing the javelin, an event in which both competed at the Penn Relays. In two years, Connor and Henne could clash helmet-to-helmet at opposing Division I programs.
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August 8, 2003 | By Rick O'Brien INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
The Penn State coaching staff was thrilled when Dan Connor, Strath Haven's star linebacker, informed the Nittany Lions on Tuesday that he will play for them. The mood in Happy Valley was much different yesterday. Chad Henne, a strong-armed and agile quarterback from Wilson High in West Lawn, Pa., selected Michigan over Penn State and Miami. One recruiting service has the 6-foot-3, 215-pounder ranked among the top 15 high school prospects in the nation. "It was very hard," Henne said of the decision.
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October 7, 2011
Are you ready for some football? Hank Williams Jr. isn't anymore. The country singer and ESPN each took credit for the decision Thursday morning to ax his classic intro to Monday Night Football . The network had pulled the song from the game earlier this week after Williams made an analogy to Adolf Hitler while discussing President Obama on Fox News on Monday morning. "After reading hundreds of e-mails, I have made MY decision," Williams said in a statement to the Associated Press.
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July 23, 2004 | By Shannon Ryan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Everywhere Penn Hills quarterback Anthony Morelli went in his hometown near Pittsburgh, he was greeted as if he had just won the big game with a Hail Mary pass. People asked for his autograph, yelled his name as if he were a boy-band member, and heartily congratulated his decision to play college football at Pittsburgh. Then he changed his mind. And some people changed their minds about him. Morelli, considered one of the best high school quarterbacks in the nation, was engulfed in controversy when he decided to play for Penn State instead of fulfilling his oral agreement to attend Pitt.
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August 28, 2003 | By Rick O'Brien INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Chad Henne was supposed to be Penn State's quarterback of the future. In the spring, Henne, from Wilson High in West Lawn, Pa., was strongly leaning toward spending the next four or five years in Happy Valley. He changed directions in the summer, leaving the Nittany Lions at the altar and opting for Michigan. That did not sit well with the avid Penn State supporters in Berks County. They saw the strong-armed Henne as the heir to Zack Mills, who has one more year of eligibility after this season.
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January 3, 2004 | By Shannon Ryan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Rose Bowl was in Pasadena, Calif. The Sugar Bowl is in New Orleans. But the most important bowl to a couple of football players from the Philadelphia region is the fourth annual U.S. Army All-American Bowl. The East-West game, which features some of the nation's elite high school players, is scheduled for today at the Alamodome. Strath Haven linebacker Dan Connor and Millville defensive end Dwayne Hendricks will represent the Philadelphia area on the East team. Neshaminy's Mark Schmidt will coach the offensive linemen for the East, assisting Bob Palko of West Allegheny (Pa.)
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December 9, 2011 | Associated Press
MIAMI - For the Eagles, a 4-8 record stinks. For the Miami Dolphins, 4-8 represents a huge improvement. The Dolphins lost their first seven games before staging a dramatic turnaround and outscoring opponents by 85 points over the last five weeks. They remain last in the AFC East and will sit out the playoffs for the ninth time in 10 years, but their locker room's a happy place, and Las Vegas oddsmakers now give coach Tony Sparano better than a 50-50 chance to return next season.
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March 21, 2014 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
There was finally some movement on the Michael Vick front and it will be up the New Jersey Turnpike on Friday when the free-agent quarterback visits the New York Jets, according to NFL sources. Vick had remained relatively quiet during the first week of free agency as several teams signed starting-caliber quarterbacks off the market. But he will meet with a team that many thought had the best chance to land him and one that has a former offensive coordinator of his in Marty Mornhinweg.
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September 11, 2007 | The Inquirer Staff
Michigan quarterback Chad Henne will not play against Notre Dame, Wolverines coach Lloyd Carr said yesterday. Carr, who declined to discuss the nature of the injury, did not provide a timetable for Henne's return. Henne, a senior, is from Wilson High in West Lawn, Pa. Elsewhere: Robert Mitchell , who led Duquesne's basketball team in scoring as a freshman last season, has transferred to Seton Hall. . . . Antonio Taylor , Utah State's leading tackler, was suspended for the season for a violation of team rules.
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September 18, 2014 | By Mike Sielski, Inquirer Columnist
Later, some 11 hours after the Eagles had completed their 30-27 victory Monday night over the Colts, after he and Malcolm Jenkins had been at the center of the play that had swung everything in the Eagles' direction, Brandon Boykin took to Twitter to send a crude and caustic message to his critics. With 5 minutes, 15 seconds left in the fourth quarter, with the Colts leading by seven points and positioned on the Eagles' 22-yard line, Boykin laid his hands on wide receiver T.Y. Hilton as quarterback Andrew Luck threw in their direction.
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September 16, 2014 | By Les Bowen, Daily News Staff Writer
INDIANAPOLIS - One of the brightest spots of the Eagles' Week 1 win over Jacksonville was the pressure the Birds managed to bring on Jaguars quarterback Chad Henne. Henne was sacked only three times, but he was under duress a lot more than that. Passes were tipped, passes were hurried, timing was disrupted a lot more than has been common lately for the Eagles' defense, which ranked 32nd against the pass in 2013. Henne completed 12 of his final 27 passes, for 99 yards. Getting that kind of result tonight at Lucas Oil Stadium figures to be a lot tougher.
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September 11, 2014 | By Marcus Hayes, Daily News Staff Writer
JUST WAIT until next time. Fletcher Cox promised that, when he next scores a touchdown off a turnover, fans will witness 300 pounds of acrobatic, gyrating, choreographed joy. "It's like, once in a lifetime for a d-lineman to get a fumble and have the open field and the end zone is right there," Cox said. Cox didn't dare celebrate too much after his 17-yard touchdown romp iced Sunday's season-opening win against Jacksonville. For one thing, he feared that a celebration would further tire him, and he expected to have to return to action immediately.
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March 21, 2014 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
There was finally some movement on the Michael Vick front and it will be up the New Jersey Turnpike on Friday when the free-agent quarterback visits the New York Jets, according to NFL sources. Vick had remained relatively quiet during the first week of free agency as several teams signed starting-caliber quarterbacks off the market. But he will meet with a team that many thought had the best chance to land him and one that has a former offensive coordinator of his in Marty Mornhinweg.
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December 18, 2012 | Associated Press
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. - Muhammad Wilkerson is a quiet guy, appearing almost shy during interviews and deflecting praise. The New York Jets' big defensive lineman is anything but timid on the field. Wilkerson, a first-round pick out of Temple last year, is developing into a dominating force in his second NFL season, and while he's not yet a household name, he's a big reason the Jets' once-struggling defense was ranked eighth in the league going into Sunday's games. "It's really encouraging just how professional he's been and how coachable he's been," defensive coordinator Mike Pettine said Friday.
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November 30, 2012 | BY VEGAS VIC, For the Daily News
COWBOYS (-10) over Eagles: Double V is not a fan of double digits, but jeez, how can anyone in their right mind turn toward the battered Birds? As if the seven-game losing streak ain't enough, the Eagles now have their top three offensive weapons on the bench: Michael Vick is still recovering from a concussion, as is LeSean McCoy, while DeSean Jackson busted up his ribs/collarbone and is gone until 2013. Then you have Nick Foles at QB - and no offense intended, well maybe a little - who has thrown for 542 yards (180.7 per game)
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November 30, 2012 | Eagles have too few big weapons to beat Cowboys BY VEGAS VIC, BY1] For the Daily News For the Daily News
COWBOYS (-10) over Eagles: Double V is not a fan of double digits, but jeez, how can anyone in their right mind turn toward the battered Birds? As if the seven-game losing streak ain't enough, the Eagles now have their top three offensive weapons on the bench: Michael Vick is still recovering from a concussion, as is LeSean McCoy, while DeSean Jackson busted up his ribs/collarbone and is gone until 2013. Then you have Nick Foles at QB - and no offense intended, well maybe a little - who has thrown for 542 yards (180.7 per game)
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November 20, 2012 | Daily News Wire Reports
THE LOCKERS of the running backs who might take Willis McGahee's spot in the Broncos lineup are conveniently lined up, four in a row. Lance Ball. Knowshon Moreno. Jeremiah Johnson. Ronnie Hillman. Barring an unlikely free-agent signing, some combination of those four will be asked to fill in for the foreseeable future for Denver's leading rusher, McGahee, who tore a ligament in his right knee and will be out for what's expected to be a 6-to-8-week stint. Coach John Fox said McGahee's injury, suffered in the second quarter of Denver's 30-23 victory over San Diego on Sunday, will not require surgery and that the Broncos had no immediate plans to put the 10th-year veteran on injured reserve.
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December 9, 2011 | Associated Press
MIAMI - For the Eagles, a 4-8 record stinks. For the Miami Dolphins, 4-8 represents a huge improvement. The Dolphins lost their first seven games before staging a dramatic turnaround and outscoring opponents by 85 points over the last five weeks. They remain last in the AFC East and will sit out the playoffs for the ninth time in 10 years, but their locker room's a happy place, and Las Vegas oddsmakers now give coach Tony Sparano better than a 50-50 chance to return next season.
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October 17, 2011
Dolphins at Jets 8:35 p.m., ESPN Line: Jets by 61/2 The skinny: Coach Rex Ryan and the 2-3 Jets want a win in the worst way. Three straight losses and rumblings about possible locker room disharmony have many fans and reporters speculating that the Jets could be on the verge of falling apart. It's just Week 6, but New York's game against the 0-4 Dolphins is being considered by many as a must win. Plus, Miami has won both road games between the teams in Ryan's first two seasons as New York's coach.
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