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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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May 15, 2007 | By LES BOWEN, bowenl@phillynews.com
Dead men walking? Even if they are, there isn't much Ryan Moats and Jerome McDougle can do about it, except work their hardest and hope for the best. Moats and McDougle don't seem to figure into the Eagles' 2007 plans, unless other players are injured or they are able to produce some sort of miraculous, 11th-hour revival of their faded promise. Moats is a running back the Birds drafted in the third round out of Louisiana Tech in 2005. At the time, the team was going through a contentious contract negotiation with Brian Westbrook and it seemed that Moats might be groomed to replace Westbrook, as early as 2006.
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April 29, 2007 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Eagles closed out the first day of the NFL draft yesterday by selecting Penn State running back Tony Hunt in the third round with the draft's 90th pick. "He's a little bit different than Brian [Westbrook] and a little bit different than [Correll Buckhalter] and a little bit different than Ryan Moats," Eagles coach Andy Reid said. "That gives us a nice blend of football players in there. " At 6-foot-1 and 233 pounds, Hunt gives the Eagles a true big back, the kind of runner a lot of people think they have needed for a while.
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April 28, 2007 | By Phil Sheridan, Inquirer Columnist
Maybe the biggest compliment you can pay to the Eagles is that, for the last decade, they have made the NFL draft really boring. That doesn't mean the team has always been right about its first-day choices - Quinton Caver, meet Jerome McDougle - only that the Eagles no longer deliver the kind of howlers that leave you unsure whether to laugh or cry. When they miss on a pick, it's usually a player who was rated in the neighborhood of where the Eagles...
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April 26, 2007 | By LES BOWEN, bowenl@phillynews.com
JEVON KEARSE even taped his wrists when he suited up in the new blue-and-yellow "throwback" uniform for the news conference announcing the Eagles' plans for their 75th anniversary season. "I wanted to wear [football] gloves, but none of the gloves matched. I gotta coordinate," said Kearse, who entered the gathering exclaiming that, "it feels good to be back in a uniform. " Kearse, who hadn't pulled on pads since suffering a season-ending knee injury in overtime of Game 2 last Sept.
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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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November 9, 2006 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Jerome McDougle said it was just a coincidence. It was a strange and horrible coincidence that Bryan Pata, the University of Miami player shot in the head and killed outside his apartment complex Tuesday night, played defensive end and wore No. 95 for the Hurricanes' storied football program. McDougle also wore No. 95 when he played at Miami, and he wears it today with the Eagles. That, of course, is not the entire coincidence. McDougle was also a recent victim of gunfire, although he was fortunate that the bullet that entered his stomach did not cost him anything more than a football season.
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November 2, 2006 | By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Sometimes what a person doesn't say, or the way he says it, tells more about a situation than the simple answer. That occurred during Monday's news conference when Eagles coach Andy Reid was asked whether the defensive tackles were good enough to stop the run. After a brief deliberation, Reid responded, "Yes. " It wasn't the most overwhelming vote of confidence, nor should it have been. The play of the entire defensive line, which was among the strengths of the Eagles early in the season, has once again become a concern.
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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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October 21, 2006 | By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
With about a half hour to go in yesterday's workout at the NovaCare Complex's indoor facility, Eagles defensive end Darren Howard left practice. Howard suffered a strained groin in last week's 27-24 loss at New Orleans. He was unavailable for comment after practice, and hadn't practiced this week until yesterday. "Darren Howard only took a few reps," Eagles coach Andy Reid said. "We're just being conservative with his groin [to] make sure that he is ready to go on Sunday. " Howard is listed as questionable for tomorrow's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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