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September 1, 2010 | By Jonathan Tamari, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Eagles' main components are getting healthy just in time for the regular season. Guard Todd Herremans (ankle), linebacker Ernie Sims (forearm), and defensive end Trent Cole (ankle) were all back on the practice field Tuesday, along with center Jamaal Jackson, who delivered snaps for the first-team offense and showed no ill effects from battling defensive linemen in one-on-one drills Monday. All four are projected starters, when fit. Wide receiver DeSean Jackson was the only big piece of the picture missing, although head coach Andy Reid said that was because he had his wisdom teeth removed Monday.
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August 7, 2011 | By Tim Rohan, Inquirer Staff Writer
BETHLEHEM, Pa. - Sometimes during meetings Howard Mudd feels the need to impart his wisdom on the latest group of linemen he is trying to mold. He came out of a one-year retirement to coach these guys. This group needs to be a brick wall to protect Michael Vick; that is, an athletic brick wall with quick feet, as Mudd prefers. So Mudd interrupts his meetings to tell stories. Later, rookie center Jason Kelce and his teammates will joke about it. Mudd's almost 70, and he doesn't realize his stories tend to drag on, but his intentions aren't dismissed.
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December 2, 2009 | By Winston Justice, For the Daily News
Eagles starting right tackle Winston Justice writes a weekly column for the Daily News to provide his insights into the team. His columns appear Wednesdays. Have a question for Winston? Send your question along with your name and hometown to . Winston will answer the best of those submitted in future columns.   THE LAST two games have been nail-biters, right down to the fourth quarter. But the thing about the Eagles, it never changes the dynamics of our team.
NEWS
August 5, 2011 | By Tim Rohan, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
BETHLEHEM, Pa. - Sometimes during meetings Howard Mudd feels the need to impart his wisdom on the latest group of linemen he is trying to mold. He came out of a one-year retirement to coach these guys. This group needs to be a brick wall to protect Michael Vick; that is, an athletic brick wall with quick feet, as Mudd prefers. So Mudd interrupts his meetings to tell stories. Later, rookie center Jason Kelce and his teammates will joke about it. Mudd's almost 70, and he doesn't realize his stories tend to drag on, but his intentions aren't dismissed.
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September 28, 2009 | By Jeff McLane INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Like a shot of adrenaline, DeSean Jackson has injected the Eagles with big-play gusto, and in the process he has emerged among the league's elite wide receivers. Although he was listed as questionable with a groin injury (relieved in part by a pregame cortisone shot), Jackson had his best game receiving as the Eagles throttled the Chiefs, 34-14, yesterday at Lincoln Financial Field. The second-year player finished with six catches for a career-high 149 yards and scored on an electrifying 64-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter.
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September 8, 2011 | By Jonathan Tamari, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Eagles are making another change on the offensive line, this one just four days before the team's season opener Sunday in St. Louis. Guard Kyle DeVan, whose first practice with the Eagles was Monday, practiced with the starters Wednesday, ahead of rookie Danny Watkins, who has struggled at right guard. Neither coach Andy Reid, DeVan, nor Watkins would confirm the move, or say if it is permanent, but a team source said the change has been made. Wednesday practice lineups generally reflect Sunday's starters.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 1, 2011 | By Dan Gross
METS SHORTSTOP Jose Reyes , now a free agent, was spotted at the Continental (2nd & Market) Tuesday, which fueled rumors that he was meeting with the Phillies. The team says it is not interested in Reyes, despite several sources telling us that there was some type of meeting between them. But we can tell you that the married Reyes visited his daughter and baby mama, a Daily News Sexy Single, while in town. Ay. Dios mio! Bam 'Unstable'? "Jackass" star Bam Margera slept through most of US Airways Flight 797 from PHL to LAX yesterday, but while awake he read a script called "Unstable," a possible TV pilot by "The Mighty Macs" director Tim Chambers and producer Vince Curran . Pinup party Overbrook-based pinup photographer Celeste Giuliano was the guest editor of a new special edition of Retro Lovely magazine that features only photos by her. The 88-page magazine features 40 models, many locals, whom Giuliano has shot in her studio.
NEWS
March 29, 2012 | By Ronnie Polaneczky, Daily News Columnist
IT'S BEEN a little over a year since Upper Darby teen Nadin Khoury was wedged into a tree, dragged on the ground and hung by his coat on a 7-foot-high metal fence by seven teens who videotaped the assault and posted it on YouTube. After the video went viral, the bullies were caught and Khoury, then 13, was invited on "The View," where he got the surprise of his life: an on-air show of support from his hero, Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson, accompanied by guard Todd Herremans and (then)
SPORTS
October 12, 2011
Two years ago, DeSean Jackson took a pass over the middle, turned on his jets and zoomed 64 yards for an electrifying touchdown against the Kansas City Chiefs. To mark his arrival in the end zone, the Eagles wide receiver flipped over the goal line and landed as if he had slid safely, feet first, into second base. It was acrobatic and breathtaking, but it was foolish. Jackson was questionable that day because of a groin injury and needed a cortisone shot to even play. When he ran to the sideline after his celebration he vomited.
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