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August 11, 2010
  BETHLEHEM - Yesterday might have been Kevin Kolb's sharpest day of training camp, but one throw, at least, didn't find its way to the intended target. Kolb's screen to tight end Brent Celek was picked off by exuberant rookie defensive end Brandon Graham, who pranced through the offensive players and high-stepped all the way to the end zone, though no one was actually in pursuit, and Graham could have just jogged to a halt and thrown the ball back. "That reminded me of my linebacker days" early on at Michigan, first-round pick Graham said.
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October 11, 2010 | By Jonathan Tamari, Inquirer Staff Writer
SAN FRANCISCO - The Eagles continued a run of bad luck with injuries, as left tackle Jason Peters , defensive tackle Brodrick Bunkley, and Trent Cole all left Sunday night's game against the San Francisco 49ers. The Eagles also played without their starting quarterback and one of their starting cornerbacks. Peters had a sprained knee and is expected to have an MRI on Monday, and Bunkley had a hyperextended left elbow. Cole had a hamstring injury. Joselio Hanson and Dimitri Patterson took on added responsibilities with Asante Samuel out with a concussion.
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September 11, 2010
2   David Akers    K   5-10   200    3   Mike Kafka   QB   6-3   225    4   Kevin Kolb    QB   6-3   218    6   Sav Rocca    P   6-5   265    7   Michael Vick    QB   6-0   215    10   DeSean Jackson    WR   5-10   175    14   Riley Cooper    WR   6-3   222    18   Jeremy Maclin    WR   6-0   198    ...
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August 17, 2010 | By LES BOWEN, bowenl@phillynews.com
BETHLEHEM - The great safety search has ended, with the signing yesterday afternoon of Anthony Scirrotto, formerly of Penn State and West Deptford (N.J.) High. Scirrotto was the lucky winner among four safeties who tried out over the past 2 days for the spot that opened up when Antoine Harris suffered a season-ending Lisfranc sprain Friday against Jacksonville. Of course, that's an 80-man roster spot, and Scirrotto now has to learn a new defense and climb over a whole bunch of bodies to make the 53-man group that faces the Green Bay Packers in the season opener, Sept.
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May 26, 2010 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
It happens fast in the NFL. One year you're a rookie. The next year you finally get a chance to play. By the third year you're playing for your professional life. That timeline essentially sums up Joe Mays' career to this point. Of course, the Eagles linebacker hasn't made it to Year Three just yet. "They say that the average life span of an NFL player is three years," Mays said Tuesday. (It's actually 3.5 years, according to the league's players association.) "I'm going into my third year.
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November 8, 2010 | By Jeff McLane and Jonathan Tamari, Inquirer Staff Writer
Here is a look at the good, the bad and the ugly from the Eagles-Colts game: So much for producing long, drawn-out drives to keep Peyton Manning and company off the field. The Eagles' offense wasted little time getting on the board. The Birds needed only three plays and 1 minute, 46 seconds to jump out to a 7-0 lead. LeSean McCoy did the bulk of the work, zig-zagging his way for a 62-yard run on the game's first play from scrimmage. Two plays later, Michael Vick hit DeSean Jackson on a slant for a 9-yard score and a perfect start.
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December 20, 2010 | By Jeff McLane and Jonathan Tamari, Inquirer Staff Writers
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Amid the euphoria of the Eagles' post-win locker room, Nate Allen quietly zipped up his suitcase, his rookie season almost certainly over. Allen ruptured a patella tendon in the second quarter, thrusting fellow rookie Kurt Coleman , a seventh-round pick, into the spotlight. Defensive coordinator Sean McDermott said Coleman would likely start in Allen's place. "It's unfortunate to see one of our starters go down like that," Coleman said after the game, "but I've been able to get enough reps throughout the season to feel comfortable when I was out there.
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April 30, 2010 | By Jonathan Tamari INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It looked so good, Brandon Graham had to take a picture. Seeing his first NFL locker, with three pairs of shoes, a No. 54 jersey and his nameplate, the Eagles' top draft pick snapped two photos with his cell phone. "That's going to be my screen saver," the defensive end said. He was one of more than two dozen Eagles rookies soaking in the anticipation, expectations and jitters - along with the warm reality of lifelong goals met - as they arrived at the team's NovaCare Complex on Thursday on the eve of their first practices as professionals.
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