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August 16, 2007 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Eagles coach Andy Reid addressed an assortment of injuries in a statement released by the team before practice yesterday. Some of the news was awful: Defensive end Jerome McDougle's season was apparently over before it started for the second time in his star-crossed, five-year NFL career. Reid said McDougle "suffered a significant right-triceps injury and looks like he's out for the year. " Some of the news was expected: Reid reiterated that running back Ryan Moats fractured his left ankle in Monday night's preseason loss to the Baltimore Ravens, and said that "surgery on that ankle is pending.
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December 7, 2004 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The wheel of misfortune has landed on Derrick Burgess once again. A separated sternum will keep the Eagles' starting right defensive end sidelined for at least the remainder of the regular season and possibly through the playoffs. Burgess suffered a rib injury during the Eagles' Nov. 28 victory over the New York Giants at the Meadowlands when he collided with cornerback Lito Sheppard. Despite Burgess' missing a couple of days of practice last week, he and the Eagles felt he was ready to return Sunday against the Green Bay Packers after tests revealed no serious problem.
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May 15, 2007 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Time flies even when you're not always having fun. Proof of that could be found on the practice fields at the NovaCare Complex during the Eagles' three-day, post-draft minicamp that came to a close yesterday. Wasn't it just yesterday that Matt McCoy moved into the starting lineup at weakside linebacker? Wasn't it just last week that Ryan Moats looked like the young running back who gave the Eagles an explosive outside threat? Wasn't it just last month that Jerome McDougle showed up as the celebrated first-round draft pick who would replace Hugh Douglas at defensive end?
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April 26, 2012 | BY ED BARKOWITZ, Daily News Staff Writer
As long as they pick a guy with better luck than Jerome McDougle, the Eagles should land a decent player Thursday night if they hold on to the 15th pick. Looking back at that spot, not every guy has been a gem, but most have at least been serviceable. Here are some of the recent No. 15s: 2011, Mike Pouncey, C, Dolphins: Started all 16 games for Miami and was arguably their best lineman. Grade: A. 2010, Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, Giants: The guy Eagles fans always think of whenever Brandon Graham's name comes up. Not good.
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May 30, 2003 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Jamaal Green, the Eagles' fourth-round pick out of Woodrow Wilson High in Camden, agreed to a four-year deal yesterday that includes a $325,000 signing bonus. The 6-foot-2, 272-pound defensive end could make slightly more than $2 million if he achieves all the incentives in his contract. The deal includes an escalator clause for the fourth season based on various incentives in the first three years. Green, who will turn 23 next week, was one of two defensive ends the Eagles drafted out of the University of Miami.
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October 28, 2006 | By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Eagles reserve defensive end Jerome McDougle was looking forward to a family reunion during tomorrow's game at Lincoln Financial Field against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The reunion has been postponed. Stockar McDougle, Jerome's older brother and an offensive lineman for the Jaguars, is out for the second straight week with an ankle injury. Stockar McDougle played in the first five games for the 3-3 Jaguars, mainly on special teams. "I am disappointed because it's always good to have the opportunity to play against your brother," Jerome McDougle said yesterday after practice at the NovaCare Complex.
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April 23, 2007 | By Paul Domowitch
Next weekend's draft will be the Eagles' sixth since Tom Heckert replaced Tom Modrak as the team's top scout in May 2001. Daily News sports writer Paul Domowitch looks at the first 5: 2002 Grade: A+ Picks: 8 Starters: 5 (CB Lito Sheppard, S Michael Lewis , CB Sheldon Brown, RB Brian Westbrook, DL Raheem Brock. ) Backups still with team: 0 2003 Grade: F Picks: 6 Starters: 1 (TE L.J. Smith) Backups still with team: 1 (DE Jerome McDougle) 2004 Grade: D Picks: 10 Starters: 2 (G Shawn Andrews, FB Thomas Tapeh)
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July 28, 2004 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Jerome McDougle will not be on the practice field at the start of training camp for the second straight year. A year ago, after the Eagles made the defensive end the 15th overall pick out of the University of Miami, McDougle missed the first seven days of camp while his agent haggled over a contract with the team. Now, McDougle will miss the start of his second camp while recovering from shoulder surgery he underwent last month. "He will not be ready to practice when the veterans get here [Friday]
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November 20, 2004 | By Shannon Ryan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Eagles' linebacker picture still isn't clear for tomorrow's game against the visiting Redskins. Neither Mark Simoneau (concussion) nor Nate Wayne (hamstring) practiced yesterday. Both are considered game-day decisions. Wayne is listed as doubtful; Simoneau is questionable. Linebacker Keith Adams practiced for the first time this week, after sitting out with an ankle injury. He is listed as probable. Simoneau may be the biggest question mark. "We'll see how he feels," coach Andy Reid said.
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August 1, 2005 | By Shannon Ryan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Eagles defensive end Jerome McDougle remained hospitalized in good condition yesterday, recovering from a gunshot wound to the abdomen. McDougle, 26, was the victim of armed robbery in Southwest Miami on Thursday night, when three teenagers approached him in his silver Mercedes-Benz coupe, stole his watch and fired three shots. He underwent surgery and is recuperating in Jackson Memorial Hospital, near where he attended the University of Miami and won a national title. Neither McDougle, the Eagles' first-round draft pick in 2003, nor his family released a statement or granted interviews yesterday.
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May 11, 2012 | By Les Bowen, Daily News Staff Writer
For years, NFL teams have called what the Eagles are doing this weekend "rookie camp," but that title was always a bit misleading. This minicamp would indeed be the first gathering of the team's draftees and the undrafted rookies, but the whole team would assemble, for the first time since the end of the previous season; the rookies were just part of the show. The new collective bargaining agreement brought all kinds of changes to the offseason routine. One of them is that there will be no Michael Vick, DeSean Jackson or Trent Cole at the rookie camp that starts Saturday and extends through Monday.
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April 26, 2012 | BY ED BARKOWITZ, Daily News Staff Writer
As long as they pick a guy with better luck than Jerome McDougle, the Eagles should land a decent player Thursday night if they hold on to the 15th pick. Looking back at that spot, not every guy has been a gem, but most have at least been serviceable. Here are some of the recent No. 15s: 2011, Mike Pouncey, C, Dolphins: Started all 16 games for Miami and was arguably their best lineman. Grade: A. 2010, Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, Giants: The guy Eagles fans always think of whenever Brandon Graham's name comes up. Not good.
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April 23, 2012 | By Jonathan Tamari, Inquirer Staff Writer
Love them or hate them, the Eagles' draft picks on the defensive line usually have been memorable. They are rarely boring. They have been stars who set standards of Eagles excellence. They have been colorful. They have been busts of historic proportions. They have been hated and loved and have died tragically early. Start at the top, with Reggie White, who was taken in the 1984 supplemental draft and became one of the greatest defensive players in NFL history. He made seven Pro Bowls with the Eagles and six with the Green Bay Packers after leaving as perhaps the most sought-after free agent in NFL history.
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April 15, 2012
The Trevor Laws Eagles era ended last week without fanfare. At this point it has become commonplace: another high draft pick expended on a defensive lineman, another come and gone without making even a dent in the starting lineup. The Eagles' dubious history with drafting on defense has been well-documented, especially on the line, where Andy Reid has invested so many of his top selections over the last decade. Despite those missteps - or perhaps because of them - the Eagles are again poised to take a defensive lineman in the early stages of this year's draft.
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April 27, 2011 | By Jonathan Tamari, Inquirer Staff Writer
Eagles fans have heard it dozens of times: Andy Reid believes the game begins on the lines. And on defense, he loves having numerous pass-rushing "fastballs" to hurl at opposing quarterbacks. They heard it last year when the Eagles traded up to draft defensive end Brandon Graham. And they shouldn't be surprised if they hear another rendition of the familiar refrain early in the three-day draft beginning Thursday. "The defensive line is a really talented area in this draft," said Eagles general manager Howie Roseman, who engineered the leap to get Graham last year.
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April 26, 2011 | by the Daily News
In the last eight drafts, the Eagles have selected in their designated spot in the first round only twice, most recently in 2006. Here is a rundown of their deals involving first-round picks: 2003: The pick: 30th: What happened: Traded to San Diego to move up 15 slots to select Miami defensive end Jerome McDougle at No. 15 in exchange for a first (cornerback Sammy Davis) and a second (free safety Terrence Kiel). 2004: The pick: 28th: What happened: Traded to San Francisco to move up 12 spots to select Arkansas guard/tackle Shawn Andrews at No. 16 in exchange for a first and a second.
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August 6, 2010 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
BETHLEHEM, Pa. - You hear it at the start of every training camp. So-and-so rededicated himself to football in the off-season and is finally going to put it all together this season. This year at Eagles camp, Trevor Laws is that guy. And thus far, the third-year defensive tackle appears to be backing up the talk. "Trevor is one of the guys that's had a very good camp so far," Eagles coach Andy Reid said Thursday. "His quickness and balance seem very, very good. He really bought into [strength and conditioning trainer Barry Rubin's]
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April 29, 2010 | By Jonathan Tamari INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Within minutes of being selected with the Eagles' top draft pick, speed-rusher Brandon Graham told reporters he hopes to have an immediate impact this year. The team clearly hopes so. With the Eagles using three of their 13 draft choices on defensive ends, they sent an obvious message: bolstering the pass rush is key to revamping a defense that slumped through a subpar 2009. "In the National Football League, you have to be able to put pressure on the quarterback. You put pressure on the quarterback, it makes everybody better," coach Andy Reid said after the draft.
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April 23, 2010 | by the Daily News
In the last eight drafts, the Eagles have selected in their designated spot in the first round only twice, most recently in 2006. Here is a rundown of their deals involving first-rounders:   2003   The pick: 30th What happened: Traded to San Diego to move up 15 slots to select defensive end Jerome McDougle at No. 15 in exchange for a first (cornerback Sammy Davis) and a second (free safety Terrence Kiel).   2004   The pick: 28th What happened: Traded to San Francisco to move up 12 spots to select guard/tackle Shawn Andrews at No. 16 in exchange for a first and a second.
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December 13, 2009 | By Jeff McLane INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Despite a face that appears frozen in puberty, Eli Manning has grown into what six seasons in the NFL make him: a veteran quarterback. It seems like only yesterday when Manning was sacked for the first time in his career - by an Eagles defensive end, no less. The first career sack of first-round bust Jerome McDougle would be the first of many the Giants quarterback would suffer at the hands of the Eagles. In 13 career games against the Eagles, including two playoff meetings, Manning has been sacked 28 times.
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