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January 16, 2015 | BY FRANK SERAVALLI, Daily News Staff Writer seravaf@phillynews.com
WASHINGTON - Matt Read laid on the trainer's table outside the Flyers' dressing room after yesterday's morning skate at Verizon Center as a steady stream of teammates passed by in suits. His teammates were on their way to the bus, ready to head back to the team's hotel for lunch and a pregame nap. Read wasn't going anywhere. The season is but 44 games old, but it's already been a long year for Read. He has spent much more time with the Flyers' medical staff than he could count.
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January 11, 2014
Zac Rinaldo scored his first goal of the season Wednesday in the Flyers' 3-1 win over Montreal, but the feisty winger also suffered a left high-ankle sprain. He will miss about six weeks, the club announced Thursday. Rinaldo, who has been seeing time on the penalty-killing unit lately, notched the first game-winning goal of his career on Wednesday. General manager Paul Holmgren said the injury did not occur during Rinaldo's second-period fight with Montreal's Brandon Prust. The Flyers, who are also without winger Matt Read (concussion)
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June 10, 2009 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Andy Reid said he knows what can happen to star NFL running backs when they reach age 30 and their catalog of injuries starts to match the length of an 8-year-old's wish list at Christmas. The decline can be swift and cruel, but Reid said he did not believe that would occur with Brian Westbrook. "Brian was on a mission this year to come back, and he still is," Reid said. "When I mention that he was in phenomenal shape, I mean he really was in incredible shape, and that will help him get through this.
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March 29, 2003 | By Joe Juliano INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Keith Bogans, the player with the most scrutinized body part at the NCAA Midwest Regional, wore a protective boot around his left ankle and a glum look on his face as he boarded a motorized cart back to the Kentucky locker room yesterday. The top-seeded Wildcats (32-3) take on Marquette (26-5) today at the Metrodome for a berth in the Final Four, and may have to do it without Bogans, the 6-foot-5 senior guard who is their leader on and off the court. Bogans suffered a high ankle sprain late in the first half of Thursday night's regional semifinal victory over Wisconsin, the Wildcats' 26th consecutive win. He sat out the final 22 minutes of the game, received treatment overnight, and watched yesterday's practice from the sideline.
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August 30, 2008 | Les Bowen on Daily News' Eagletarian blog www.philly.com/philly/blogs/dneagles
There were no surprises among the eight roster cuts the Eagles announced yesterday, which brings them from 75 to 67 players. They must get to the regular-season limit of 53 by 6 p.m. today. Released were: wide receivers Bam Childress and Jamal Jones, cornerbacks Therrian Fontenot and Nick Graham, running back Ryan Moats (waived/injured), safety Marcus Paschal, offensive lineman Stefan Rodgers and linebacker Pago Tagofau. Once Moats gets over the high ankle sprain he suffered at the end of the Patriots' preseason game, it will be interesting to see if someone takes a shot with the 2005 third-round pick.
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November 18, 2010 | By Keith Pompey, Inquirer Staff Writer
Villanova wideout Matt Szczur is leaning toward playing in Saturday's regular-season finale at Delaware. But the injured all-American said he may not make up his mind until Friday or Saturday morning. Szczur has been sidelined for the last six games with a left high-ankle sprain. "It's still not 100 percent," he said of his ankle. "It's the coaching staff and myself who want to make sure that I'm 100 percent to go out there. " The 5-foot-10, 205-pounder sprained his ankle on his first touch of the Sept.
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April 18, 2013 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Flyers agreed on Wednesday to two-year contract extensions with forwards Zac Rinaldo and Jay Rosehill. No financial terms were immediately released. The 22-year-old Rinaldo is not expected to return in the regular season due to a high-ankle sprain. He was paid $544,444 this year. "I am really honored to be part of the organizaton for another two years," Rinaldo said. Rosehill, 27, is an enforcer who has played seven games with the Flyers since being acquired from Anaheim.
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October 27, 2005 | Daily News Wire Services
Tedy Bruschi handled the hits his teammates dished out in practice. Whether he'll get a chance for more contact in Sunday night's home game with Buffalo remains uncertain. The energetic catalyst of the New England's defense who had a mild stroke 8 1/2 months ago must await coach Bill Belichick's decision whether he'll play. "I'd like to get out there and see," Bruschi said before yesterday's practice, his second with contact. "But it's out of my control now. I'm back. I'm a player.
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September 28, 2000 | by Mike Kern, Daily News Sports Writer
For the last five years, and nine of the last 10, Penn had opened the season against Dartmouth. In eight games, neither side scored more than 24 points. And six times, the winning margin was eight points or fewer. Quakers coach Al Bagnoli thinks at least the first part of that tradition is about to change, now that the teams are meeting in Week 3 in the Ivy League opener for each. "I'm not sure what they've done, but we've taken all of the preseason to go over everything we're going to see with Dartmouth," Bagnoli said.
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January 19, 2011 | By MIKE KERN, kernm@phillynews.com
Sources familiar with the situation have confirmed a Baseball America report that Villanova's two-sport standout, Matt Szczur, most likely will forgo the NFL to continue pursuing a baseball career with the Chicago Cubs. Szczur, who is in Florida training for what was supposed to be his appearance in the Jan. 29 Senior Bowl, was not available for comment. He will not be playing in that game now. Last June, he was taken in the fifth round of the major league draft and signed for $100,000, with another $500,000 due on Feb. 10 if he did not opt to play football.
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January 16, 2015 | BY FRANK SERAVALLI, Daily News Staff Writer seravaf@phillynews.com
WASHINGTON - Matt Read laid on the trainer's table outside the Flyers' dressing room after yesterday's morning skate at Verizon Center as a steady stream of teammates passed by in suits. His teammates were on their way to the bus, ready to head back to the team's hotel for lunch and a pregame nap. Read wasn't going anywhere. The season is but 44 games old, but it's already been a long year for Read. He has spent much more time with the Flyers' medical staff than he could count.
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October 4, 2014 | By John Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
Villanova coach Andy Talley is very clear about what Saturday's game at conference foe Maine represents. "It's a trap game," Talley said. "Without question, and that's exactly what I explained that we are up against. You are going to have to travel and play under adverse conditions against a team that is on the rise. There is going to be a lot of adversity. We'll have to show that we are able to handle it again. " On paper it might not appear that way. The Wildcats (3-1, 1-0 Colonial Athletic Association)
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September 27, 2014 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
As he went through the process of transforming the Temple offense that he inherited from Steve Addazio, coach Matt Rhule knew last season that his players would have difficulty grasping his pass-friendly attack. This was particularly true of P.J. Walker. Then a freshman, Walker probably thought he would spend most of the 2013 season doing little more than toting a clipboard. But Walker turned out to be the Owls' best option at quarterback last year. He finished with seven straight starts, throwing 20 touchdown passes - two shy of the school record - and his 2,084 passing yards tied him with Henry Burris for the fourth-highest single-season total in school history.
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September 11, 2014 | BY LES BOWEN, Daily News Staff Writer bowenl@phillynews.com
THE EAGLES, who didn't have to place anyone on injured reserve once the season started in 2013, definitely aren't going to be able to say that this time. One game into the 2014 slate, the team announced that right tackle Allen Barbre and reserve linebacker Najee Goode are going on injured reserve and will miss the remainder of the season. Pro Bowl left guard Evan Mathis is going on IR designated for return, with a torn left MCL, meaning he can practice again in 6 weeks and play in 8, presumably Nov. 10 against Carolina.
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September 11, 2014 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Eagles placed tackle Allen Barbre and reserve linebacker Najee Goode on season-ending injured reserve Tuesday. They also placed Pro Bowl guard Evan Mathis on injured reserve-designated to return. To fill their places on the 53-man roster, the Eagles signed veteran free-agent offensive lineman Wade Smith and signed linebacker Emmanuel Acho and tackle Kevin Graf off their practice squad. Barbre, Goode, and Mathis were injured in the Eagles' 34-17 win over the Jaguars on Sunday.
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September 10, 2014 | By Zach Berman and Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writers
One season after starting the same five offensive linemen in every game, the Eagles are likely to be without two starters when they visit Indianapolis on Monday night. Pro Bowl guard Evan Mathis left Sunday's 34-17 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars with a knee injury. He will miss an extended period after an MRI exam Monday revealed a medial collateral ligament sprain, according to league sources. The injury typically takes four to eight weeks for recovery, which means Mathis is likely to return this season.
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January 11, 2014
Zac Rinaldo scored his first goal of the season Wednesday in the Flyers' 3-1 win over Montreal, but the feisty winger also suffered a left high-ankle sprain. He will miss about six weeks, the club announced Thursday. Rinaldo, who has been seeing time on the penalty-killing unit lately, notched the first game-winning goal of his career on Wednesday. General manager Paul Holmgren said the injury did not occur during Rinaldo's second-period fight with Montreal's Brandon Prust. The Flyers, who are also without winger Matt Read (concussion)
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April 19, 2013
FLYERS GENERAL manager Paul Holmgren locked up two of his own on Wednesday, inking forwards Zac Rinaldo and Jay Rosehill to 2-year contract extensions. Rinaldo, 22, was due to become a restricted free agent in July. Though he's on the shelf for the season with a high ankle sprain, Rinaldo was consistently reliable-and responsible-as a pest for opponents. Rinaldo led the NHL in hits per 60 minutes (14.64) with 143 checks in just 258:06. "I'm just really honored to be a part of the organization for another 2 years," Rinaldo said.
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January 18, 2013 | By Frank Seravalli, seravaf@phillynews.com
1. Can Ilya Bryzgalov rebound? After a rough start to his first season with the Flyers, Bryzgalov was one of the NHL's hottest goaltenders last year, nearly breaking the modern-day shutout streak record from March 1-15, 2012. A high-ankle sprain sidelined Bryzgalov just before the postseason, when he was lit up by the Penguins in one of the most high-scoring series in Stanley Cup playoff history. Bryzgalov, 32, says he knows more about Philadelphia, the franchise, the city, the media and the fans this time around.
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