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January 20, 2016 | By Jeff McLane, Staff Writer
UPDATE: After being introduced Tuesday as the Eagles' new head coach, Doug Pederson said that Jim Schwartz would be the team's new defensive coordinator. Schwartz arrived in Philadelphia on Monday and was to interview on Tuesday, an NFL source said. The Eagles officially announced Pederson, the former Chiefs' offensive coordinator, as their new head coach on Monday. Schwartz is a notable addition to offensive-minded Pederson's staff and one of the most important hires the first-time coach will make.
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February 4, 1995 | Daily News Wire Services
The Super Bowl champion San Francisco 49ers began rebuilding their depleted coaching staff, hiring Pete Carroll to succeed new Eagles head coach Ray Rhodes as the club's defensive coordinator. Carroll was fired last month as New York Jets' head coach - replaced, ironically, by fired Eagles coach Rich Kotite. The 49ers were continuing to seek a replacement offensive coordinator. Mike Shanahan held the position for the past three seasons before heading to Denver earlier this week to become the Broncos' head coach.
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October 5, 2000 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Carolina Panthers coach George Seifert yesterday named Richard Williamson offensive coordinator after Bill Musgrave's resignation. Musgrave, 33, had resigned as offensive coordinator on Tuesday, only four games into the season. The Panthers, who had the sixth-best offense in the NFL last season, are ranked 16th and have scored more than 20 points only once while dropping to 1-3. Musgrave, a former Eagles assistant, had been roundly criticized after Sunday's 16-13 overtime loss to Dallas.
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January 13, 2003 | Daily News Wire Services
Denver defensive coordinator Ray Rhodes resigned Saturday after the Broncos' second consecutive disappointing season. "Ray Rhodes has resigned as defensive coordinator because he felt like he wasn't getting the job done," the Broncos said in a statement. Rhodes was unavailable for comment. Rhodes met Friday with coach Mike Shanahan, who excused him from his contract, according to the Denver Post, which first reported the resignation. The report said Rhodes is a strong candidate to become the defensive coordinator with the Seattle Seahawks.
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January 12, 2007 | Daily News Wire Services
Tim Lewis was fired as the New York Giants' defensive coordinator yesterday, a move that will give embattled coach Tom Coughlin two new top assistants in a likely make-or-break season. The move came just a day after management gave the 60-year-old Coughlin a lukewarm 1-year contract extension through 2008. His charge: make the Giants, who were 8-8 in the regular season and lost to the Eagles in a wild-card game, more than simply a playoff team. Lewis, who interviewed for the vacant head-coaching job in Miami on Wednesday, was not immediately available for comment.
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February 7, 2010 | By Bob Brookover, Inquirer Staff Writer
MIAMI - Gregg Williams created a minor stir before he arrived here with the New Orleans Saints for the first Super Bowl in the team's history. As a guest on a Nashville radio station with Blaine Bishop, a former Eagles safety who played under Williams with the Tennessee Titans, the Saints' defensive coordinator talked about tagging Indianapolis quarterback Peyton Manning with some "remember-me" shots tonight at Sun Life Stadium. The Saints applied quite a few of those "remember-me" shots to Brett Favre in the NFC championship game two weeks ago. They seemed to work well because the Minnesota Vikings' quarterback forgot where to throw the football near the end of regulation, resulting in an interception that squashed the old man's hopes for a return to the Super Bowl.
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August 27, 1999 | by Leon Taylor, Daily News Staff Writer
Ella Mealing Williams knew how to keep a secret. She was active in the deaconess ministry at Harold O. Davis Memorial Baptist Church. She also served as a missionary and assistant superintendent of the Sunday school. Most recently, she was teaching the women's Bible class, which drew 50 to 75 women every Monday night. "She did it until the end," said Gwen Milteer, a close and trusted friend. "Nobody really knew how sick she was. That's why it was so much of a shock to the church.
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May 4, 1991 | By Edward Colimore, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Action Alliance of Senior Citizens of Greater Philadelphia yesterday asked the Commonwealth Court to restore the "quality and level of service" of the state's Shared Ride program for senior citizens, saying that the service had sharply declined since mid-April. The program provides the elderly with transportation for medical appointments and other needs. Judge James Gardner Colins denied the alliance's request for a temporary restraining order but did not rule out a further hearing on a preliminary injunction, according to an attorney for the alliance.
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March 12, 2001 | by Jim Nicholson Daily News Staff Writer
Carolyn Ann Conner, a conference coordinator for Temple University and a longtime member and volunteer for a community dance troupe, died March 5. She was 51 and lived in West Oak Lane. Known to most as "Carol," she had worked at Temple for the past 32 years, starting out as an administrative assistant to the director of admissions at Mitten Hall and in 1968 moving to the Center City campus and becoming campus coordinator. She left her job less than a month ago when she became ill. Family members said she loved her job and only left when forced to because of failing health.
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October 8, 2014
T HE PHILLIES announced the hiring of Rafael Chaves as the minor league pitching coordinator yesterday. Chaves, 46, was the Los Angeles Dodgers' minor league coordinator from 2009 to 2013 before spending the past season as a player personnel special assistant with the Dodgers. "We are extremely excited to add Rafael to our staff," Phillies director of player development Joe Jordan said. "He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience and is one of the most respected names in our business when it comes to developing pitchers.
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August 25, 2016 | By Harold Brubaker, STAFF WRITER
PMA Medical Specialists L.L.C., a group of 54 physicians with offices in Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties, has applied with a Maryland company to form an Accountable Care Organization with 7,800 Medicare beneficiaries, the group said Tuesday. Accountable Care Organizations, or ACOs, are designed to improve care and reduce costs by emphasizing coordination. Typically, Medicare and the ACO share the savings, if there are any. PMA's partner in Aledade Freedom ACO is Aledade, a Bethesda firm that in June announced the formation of a separate ACO with Gateway Medical Associates.
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August 2, 2016 | By Paul Domowitch, Daily News Columnist
To borrow Charles Dickens' famous line -- or was it Melania Trump's -- it's the best of times, it's the worst of times for Billy Davis. The former Eagles defensive coordinator is down in Naples, Fla., living a life of leisure on Jeff Lurie's dime, spending quality time with his wife, Sherry, and their five children, and waking up every morning to a spectacular view of the Gulf of Mexico. Sounds like the perfect life, and for the better part of the last six months, it was. But Davis is a football coach.
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July 16, 2016 | By Don Sapatkin, Staff Writer
Pennsylvania will open 20 centers around the state by fall to coordinate care for people addicted to opioids, the Wolf administration announced Thursday. The centers - six of them in Southeastern Pennsylvania - will not be new locations, but instead are existing organizations that will function as navigational hubs to coordinate a range of services for Medicaid patients. By integrating treatment for substance abuse, mental health, and physical health, their mission is to help ensure patients get all the types of care proven to promote recovery.
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June 6, 2016 | By Rita Giordano, Staff Writer
When Sheila O'Callaghan was growing up in the 1950s and '60s in North Jersey, the somewhat older members of the Crowther side of the family seized her imagination. They included admirable women, more than a couple of whom pursued higher education near Philadelphia, at Rosemont College on the well-to-do Main Line. One of them was O'Callaghan's aunt, Catherine "Nan" Holland, a 1951 Rosemont graduate who went on to marry the dashing Hugh Crowther. When it was time for O'Callaghan to go to college, she selected Rosemont.
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May 31, 2016 | By Bob Brookover, Inquirer Columnist
Brandon Graham wonders sometimes how his first six seasons with the Eagles might have been different if not for the revolving door that welcomed and discarded defensive coordinators. "Especially that last year when coach [Andy] Reid was here," Graham said last week after a practice session at the NovaCare Complex. "It was my first time starting after my injury and I ended up getting 51/2 sacks and I really felt like I was headed in the right direction. And then, bam, here comes the 3-4. " Few members of the Eagles have fond memories of that 2012 season, which was Reid's last in Philadelphia.
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May 26, 2016 | By Jeff McLane, STAFF WRITER
Jim Schwartz talks like a head coach. The Eagles defensive coordinator, of course, has been there and done that, and would likely want another shot at leading an NFL team. But Schwartz wasn't brought to Philadelphia to be the head coach. And that is something that he has been cognizant of since he was hired on the day the Eagles officially introduced Doug Pederson. He has mostly kept a low profile, and when he has spoken, he has been deferential to his boss. Schwartz entered some tricky terrain on Tuesday, though.
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March 18, 2016 | By Marcus Hayes, STAFF WRITER
YOU KNOW the old saying: You can never be too rich, or have too many capable quarterbacks. Howie Roseman opened the vault and gave rookie head coach Doug Pederson his two preferred passers. Sam Bradford agreed to a 2-year, $36 million contract. Chase Daniel, the backup in Kansas City when Pederson was the coordinator, signed for 3 years and $21 million. With that sort of investment in two healthy veterans, the Eagles should just sign, oh, Josh Freeman and be done with it. Right?
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January 27, 2016 | BY PAUL DOMOWITCH, Staff Writer
STEVE CARIC, the agent who negotiated tight end Zach Ertz's new five-year, $42.5 million contract extension, also happens to represent another Eagle - linebacker Kiko Alonso. Caric said Alonso is "very excited" about the prospect of playing for new defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz. Alonso, the NFL's defensive rookie of the year in 2013, was with the Bills in 2014 when Schwartz was hired as the team's defensive coordinator. But he never got a chance to play a snap for Schwartz, tearing his ACL before the start of training camp that year.
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January 22, 2016 | BY LES BOWEN, Staff Writer
THE EAGLES made official the hiring of offensive coordinator Frank Reich on Wednesday evening, a day after Jim Schwartz took charge of new coach Doug Pederson's defense. Pederson's staff is nearly complete. The announcement that Reich, who spent last season as the Chargers' offensive coordinator, was officially on board included the names of 14 other assistants. Pederson seems only to lack a quarterbacks coach - reports say former Browns offensive coordinator John DeFilippo will get that role - and a defensive line coach to replace Chip Kelly's righthand man, Jerry Azzinaro.
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January 21, 2016 | By Les Bowen, Staff Writer
JIM SCHWARTZ, introduced Tuesday as the Eagles' new defensive coordinator, said he doesn't want to be typecast as someone who requires a 4-3 setup or a Wide 9 alignment of his defensive ends, though he has used those elements to great success in Tennessee, Detroit and Buffalo. Schwartz said the biggest constant in his career has been that he has coached teams that were strong up front, and it all flows from that. "If you can generate rush without blitzing, it really gives you an advantage as a playcaller," said Schwartz, who turns 50 in June.
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