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September 23, 2012 | By Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writer
Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals, a major blow to the team's offense. Maclin has dealt with a hip injury the last two weeks. Maclin's absence leaves the Eagles with only four healthy receivers in Arizona because Riley Cooper is still out with a broken collarbone. DeSean Jackson, Jason Avant, Damaris Johnson, and Mardy Gilyard are the Eagles' options on Sunday; they also have tight ends Brent Celek and Clay Harbor figuring into the game plan.
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October 31, 2011 | By Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
Throughout the season's first six weeks, Brent Celek reached over, slapped the snooze button on the sounding alarm and fell back to sleep. Once a cornerstone of the Eagles offense, Celek had appeared to fall out of favor and his production continued to sag. The tight end woke up Sunday night, erased those ringing doldrums and returned to form as a cog in the Eagles offense. In the 34-7 rout of the visiting Dallas Cowboys, Celek hauled in seven passes for 94 yards and set the tone for the rushing game with several key blocks.
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October 29, 2011 | By Jonathan Tamari, Inquirer Staff Writer
The pass-happy Eagles find themselves in an unusual position: They lead the NFL in rushing. Behind LeSean McCoy and Michael Vick, the Eagles have rushed for 170 yards per game and 5.7 per carry, both highs during the Andy Reid era. Their quality on the ground, though, will be tested Sunday against the Cowboys' defense, which ranks first in the league in yards per game (allowing just 69.7 yards per contest) and second in yards per carry (3.3). "They're big, strong, physical guys up front.
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December 22, 2010 | By LES BOWEN, bowenl@phillynews.com
DeSean Jackson said it was "almost unbelievable still, to realize that we came back from being down three to 24," speaking 2 days after his 65-yard game-ending punt return gave the Eagles a 38-31 victory over the host New York Giants. Jackson, appearing on ESPN's SportsCenter, was asked about fumbling the ball and having to pick it up to start his return. "I think it froze a lot of people," Jackson said. "Everybody was coming down so fast and just trying make a big play . . . when I dropped the ball and tried to go right, I couldn't go right, and I just looked back left and there was a huge crease.
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November 5, 2011 | By Jonathan Tamari, Inquirer Staff Writer
In his second season in Philadelphia, tight end Clay Harbor has just six catches. But that doesn't mean he isn't contributing. Harbor, 24, played roughly half of the Eagles' snaps Sunday against Dallas, often blocking disruptive defensive end DeMarcus Ware, and often winning the battle as the offense rolled. "Clay was killing Ware," running back LeSean McCoy said. "He was killing him, cutting him, standing him up. " Harbor and starting tight end Brent Celek have been significant parts of the Eagles' blocking scheme, in pass protection and in helping spark McCoy to his white-hot start.
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August 1, 2012 | By Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writer
BETHLEHEM, Pa. - Mike Thomas met Andy Reid for the first time before Monday's practice, when the Eagles coach told the former Army sergeant that he looked like a movie star and could be on the field. Thomas, wearing a green Eagles muscle shirt that revealed his Eagles tattoos, told Reid to go win a Super Bowl. It was their first face-to-face encounter, but not the first time they had connected. In 2010, Thomas was badly wounded while serving in Iraq, outside Baghdad. He was in a coma for 20 days in a North Carolina hospital when his family shared his story with the Eagles.
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January 26, 2013 | By Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writer
The news of Mike Kafka's signing a futures contract with the New England Patriots on Thursday makes this a good time to revisit the Eagles' 2010 draft class - and specifically the fourth round. That's when Kafka went. He was one of four fourth-round picks for the Eagles. A fourth-round pick in the NFL has value - but not significant value. There's rougly a 10 percent chance of finding a starter in that round. Of course, based on those odds, the Eagles had a realistic statistical chance of finding a starter in that round.
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October 3, 2011 | By Paul Domowitch, pdomo@aol.com
* The defense's problems covering tight ends and running backs continued. One hundred fifty-four of the Niners' 291 receiving yards were by tight ends and backs. In the first four games, tight ends and running backs have caught 40 passes for 478 yards and six touchdowns against the Eagles. * For the fourth straight game, the Eagles failed to score on their opening drive. Last year, they did it seven times and were 7-0 in those games. * Jason Babin's three sacks were a career-high.
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March 12, 2012
Here is a listing of positions, each with analysis of how likely it might be that the Birds will add a free agent, on a 1-to-10 scale: Quarterback: No chance. Peyton Manning apparently doesn't want to play in the NFC East and the Eagles are smart enough not to damage Michael Vick's status in the locker room by making some sort of harebrained play for Manning. They might draft a QB in April. On the free-agency scale, that's a zero. Scale: 0 Running back: The Eagles need a backup/complement to Shady McCoy.
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December 12, 2012 | By Jeff McLane, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
As the legend of Nick Foles grows - the Eagles QB apparently drew the game-winning play up in the dirt for coach Andy Reid - it's important to note that, while Foles played splendidly and was sharp under pressure, his fourth start was not without its flaws. That being said, Foles once again showed improvement over the previous week and in Sunday's 23-21 thrilling win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers he took his biggest step yet. What impressed most was how he moved in and out of the pocket when protection broke down and threw the ball on the run. Some of Foles' best passes actually came when he had to escape the pass rush and improvise on the run. Two throws stood out: The 39-yard heave to wide receiver Jason Avant in the second quarter and the 11-yard touchdown pass to tight end Clay Harbor that started the Eagles' comeback.
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