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August 22, 2012 | BY PAUL DOMOWITCH, Daily News Staff Writer
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Don't look for a change at left tackle Wednesday when the Eagles return to practice at the NovaCare Complex. King Dunlap, who replaced Demetress Bell as the starter there last week after the Eagles' first preseason game against the Steelers, turned in a solid performance in his two quarters of work Monday night against the Patriots. Offensive-line coach Howard Mudd often can be a hard guy to please. But it will be difficult for him to find much fault with the way Dunlap played when he reviews the tape.
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October 24, 2012
EAGLES PRACTICE was closed Monday and the members of Howard Mudd's beleaguered offensive line weren't forthcoming afterward, but it eventually trickled out that King Dunlap has replaced Demetress Bell at left tackle. CSNPhilly.com's Reuben Frank reported the switch, which was reflected Monday night in the depth chart posted on the team website. The Eagles signed Bell to start at left tackle in March for $3.25 million this year, after Jason Peters' first of two Achilles' tears.
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October 26, 2012 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
The increasing number of questions about Jason Peters' return is all one needs to know about the state of the Eagles' left tackle situation and the offensive line in general. On the day he officially announced King Dunlap's return to the starting lineup, Eagles coach Andy Reid fielded as many questions about Peters as he did his current left tackle. "There's a chance," Reid said of the injured Peters' playing this season. The fact is that Reid won't have to worry about a Peters return if Dunlap or the rest of the offensive line can't improve enough for the Eagles to have a realistic shot at the playoffs by the time Peters is eligible to play.
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October 24, 2012
This is a post from Les Bowen on the Daily News' Eagles blog, Eagletarian. SO, DESPITE WHAT we were led to believe after the Monday practice, King Dunlap is back in at left tackle for the Eagles and Demetress Bell is out. If Bell is to be measured by his Oct. 14 performance against the Lions, this is good news - Dunlap can't possibly do worse than that. But as we've said before in this space, Dunlap has been around here since 2008, the rookie season he spent on IR. He served three seasons on the active roster before this one, without ever earning more than a brief stint as a starter.
BUSINESS
September 7, 1995 | by Rose DeWolf, Daily News Staff Writer
Could it be that Scott Paper Co.'s Albert J. Dunlap is using his company's new "quilted, thicker" baby wipes to polish up his image? Oh, nooooo. Dunlap - from Scott's new headquarters in Boca Raton, Fla. - yesterday announced an "aggressive new worldwide advertising campaign" for new Scott products. While he was at it, he also alluded to his own leadership success: "I believe the last 16 months represents the greatest period of success in Scott's 116-year-history," Dunlap said in a release about the new campaign.
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May 16, 1995 | By Andrea Knox, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Scott Paper Co.'s Albert J. Dunlap may be the chief executive Philadelphia loves to hate, but he's a saint to Wall Street. Dunlap's slash-and-burn turnaround tactics, which have cost this area both jobs and the Scott corporate headquarters, have worked a near-miracle for Scott's stockholders. In the 13 months of Dunlap's rule, the company's share price and market value have more than doubled. The stock closed Friday at $91.88, up from $37.75 when Dunlap joined the company April 19, 1994.
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August 26, 2012 | By Jeff McLane and Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writers
CLEVELAND - King Dunlap started for the second straight preseason game, but apparently the competition for the first-team left tackle spot is still up in the air. Demetress Bell, who opened camp as the starter, was inserted during the second drive of the Eagles-Browns game Friday night. Dunlap then took over for Bell on the offense's third series. Bell was exclusively the left tackle with the second team. Coach Andy Reid said earlier this week that Dunlap and Bell were still vying for Jason Peters' old spot.
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October 2, 2012 | By Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writer
Left tackle King Dunlap is expected to return to practice on Wednesday. Demetress Bell has filled in for Dunlap the last two weeks with uneven results while Dunlap recovered from a hamstring injury. Dunlap beat Bell for the job out of training camp. Eagles coach Andy Reid would not commit on Monday when asked if Dunlap will be the starter on his return. "He's getting better, so we'll just see how he is," Reid said. "I want to see him out there, see what he can do, first. " The Eagles escaped Sunday's 19-17 win over the New York Giants without any major injuries.
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July 18, 1995 | by Rose DeWolf, Daily News Staff Writer
When Albert J. Dunlap came to Philadelphia 15 months ago, it was to "save" a troubled Scott Paper Co. Yesterday, Dunlap said Scott was about to disappear, swallowed up by a rival, Dallas-based Kimberly-Clark Corp. But Dunlap said he's been a great success: He's walking off almost $100 million richer than when he came. Since being named chairman and chief executive of the venerable Scott in April 1994, Dunlap laid off 11,000 employees - a third of the worldwide work force - sold $2.2 billion in assets, put another $1 billion's worth on the market, and abandoned the company's headquarters near Philadelphia International Airport in Tinicum Township, Delaware County.
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July 10, 1995 | By Jordana Horn, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
An infant just hours old was found abandoned yesterday morning under a bench near an entrance to Doylestown Hospital. Doylestown Township Police Lt. Frank Dunlap said the infant was spotted by a hospital worker about 9:30 a.m. The baby boy was wrapped in a green-and- white-striped bedsheet. The child was immediately taken to the hospital's emergency room, where he was found to be in good health. Authorities said the baby apparently was delivered after a full term. "In my 21 years as a police officer in Doylestown, this is the first time in the township that anything like this has happened," Dunlap said at a news conference in the hospital's lobby.
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July 18, 2013 | Daily News Wire Reports
THE CINCINNATI Bengals have signed defensive end Carlos Dunlap to a 5-year contract extension worth $40 million. The Bengals announced the deal yesterday Dunlap's contract would have expired after this season, but it now runs through 2018. His agent, Drew Rosenhaus, says Dunlap gets $20 million over the first 2 years in a deal with incentives. The 6-6, 280-pound Dunlap is a fourth-year pro from Florida. He had 55 tackles and six sacks in 14 games last season. In a 20-13 victory over San Diego, he had two sacks and forced fumbles, and recovered one late in the game to preserve the victory.
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December 6, 2012
OFFENSIVE LINEMEN play in front of 70,000-plus spectators every week, with millions more watching on TV. But unless they're being flagged for a penalty or miss a block that allows their quarterback to get his brains scrambled, they rarely get noticed. That's especially true on a bad team like the Eagles. When our attention has turned to their injury-ravaged offensive line this season, it has usually been to check out the latest misadventures of King Dunlap or Demetress Bell or Danny Watkins.
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November 15, 2012 | BY LES BOWEN, Daily News Staff Writer bowenl@phillynews.com
CONTRARY to what analyst Troy Aikman said during the broadcast of Sunday's Cowboys-Eagles game, wide receiver Jeremy Maclin did not shy away from contact when an incomplete pass sailed past Maclin and Dallas safety Gerald Sensabaugh, Maclin said Wednesday. "I think it's funny, personally," said Maclin, who responded "LOL" on Twitter to a blog post piecing the Aikman observation together with the play on which Maclin was flipped, injuring his back, and another play from Sunday, to assert a pattern of avoiding contact by Maclin.
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November 13, 2012 | By Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writer
Eagles guard Danny Watkins might return this week after missing the last three games with an ankle injury. Coach Andy Reid said Watkins is "making progress" and "there's a chance" Watkins could practice this week. That is more encouraging than Reid's description of the injury during the last few weeks. If Watkins returns, Reid might shuffle a struggling offensive line. Dennis Kelly has started in place of Watkins, although Kelly is a natural tackle who could replace King Dunlap at right tackle.
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November 12, 2012
Up-Down Drill   Nick Foles It wouldn't be fair to grade the rookie quarterback under difficult circumstances. Foles had to jump in for Michael Vick with no first-team practice during the week and was stuck behind a ragtag line. But he did not look like the savior some thought he could be this season.   Michael Vick Vick had his best game of the season, completing 67 percent of his passes with a touchdown and no turnovers. OK, that was a joke. Still, the Eagles quarterback can go one week - possibly more - without shouldering the blame for another loss.
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November 12, 2012 | By ALEX LEE, Daily News Staff Writer leea@phillynews.com
FROM A physical standpoint, the Eagles' offensive line made some strides in Sunday's loss to the Cowboys. But mentally, this group still has a long way to go. With the Eagles threatening to go up two scores in the third quarter, the cerebral inadequacies of the line, and more specifically of King Dunlap, singlehandedly killed a drive. Over a four-play span that started at the Dallas 13 yard line, Dunlap tackled Jeremy Maclin, negated a first down with a penalty and cost the Eagles a timeout.
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October 26, 2012 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
The increasing number of questions about Jason Peters' return is all one needs to know about the state of the Eagles' left tackle situation and the offensive line in general. On the day he officially announced King Dunlap's return to the starting lineup, Eagles coach Andy Reid fielded as many questions about Peters as he did his current left tackle. "There's a chance," Reid said of the injured Peters' playing this season. The fact is that Reid won't have to worry about a Peters return if Dunlap or the rest of the offensive line can't improve enough for the Eagles to have a realistic shot at the playoffs by the time Peters is eligible to play.
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October 26, 2012 | BY LES BOWEN, Daily News Staff Writer
A MONTH from now, we ought to have a pretty good read on whether Jason Peters will play this season for the Eagles. In the meantime, the Eagles' offensive line will have to come together well enough to make that matter. The o-line is a huge focus this week, with the Eagles preparing to return from their bye against the equally rested, 6-0 Atlanta Falcons, whose defense shifts and stunts and tries to confuse blockers. Asked Wednesday whether he would describe the feeling in the locker room as one of tension or of urgency, right guard Danny Watkins said: "I think it's a little bit of both.
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October 24, 2012
This is a post from Les Bowen on the Daily News' Eagles blog, Eagletarian. SO, DESPITE WHAT we were led to believe after the Monday practice, King Dunlap is back in at left tackle for the Eagles and Demetress Bell is out. If Bell is to be measured by his Oct. 14 performance against the Lions, this is good news - Dunlap can't possibly do worse than that. But as we've said before in this space, Dunlap has been around here since 2008, the rookie season he spent on IR. He served three seasons on the active roster before this one, without ever earning more than a brief stint as a starter.
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October 24, 2012
EAGLES PRACTICE was closed Monday and the members of Howard Mudd's beleaguered offensive line weren't forthcoming afterward, but it eventually trickled out that King Dunlap has replaced Demetress Bell at left tackle. CSNPhilly.com's Reuben Frank reported the switch, which was reflected Monday night in the depth chart posted on the team website. The Eagles signed Bell to start at left tackle in March for $3.25 million this year, after Jason Peters' first of two Achilles' tears.
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