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SPORTS
January 15, 2005 | By Shannon Ryan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Eagles learned in the second game of the season that against the Vikings, time must be used wisely. The Eagles-Vikings game tomorrow has the potential to be a high-scoring shoot-out. The Vikings' offense had one of its least productive games of the season in that 27-16 loss in Week 2, but is sixth in the NFL, averaging 25.3 points per game. The Vikings also control the ball for an average of 30 minutes, 17 seconds a game. "Because of how they play offense, you get very few series," said offensive coordinator Brad Childress.
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October 25, 2002 | By Phil Sheridan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
In his first public comments about the release of former second-round pick Quinton Caver, Eagles coach Andy Reid managed to speak volumes in a few curt words. Reid was asked why he did not allow such a high draft pick time to develop. "Those are things we look at, and it's one of the reasons he was here until this late date," Reid said. "We gave him a little time to see what he could do. " In other words, in 18 months with the team, Caver got extra time to prove himself.
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September 25, 2004 | By Shannon Ryan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
When Keith Adams was 6 years old, he watched his father, New England Patriots defensive end Julius Adams, play in the Super Bowl against the Chicago Bears. It's little wonder the younger Adams was hooked on the game. Like his father, who played for the Patriots from 1971 to '87 and represented the team in the 1980 Pro Bowl, Keith Adams is known for his ferocity and fearlessness on the field. After proving himself with hard-hitting play on special teams and earning the nickname "The Bullet," Adams, in his fourth season, also is earning more playing time at linebacker this season.
SPORTS
March 19, 2005 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The day after the Eagles' Super Bowl loss to the New England Patriots, reporters stopped middle linebacker Jeremiah Trotter in the team hotel in Jacksonville, Fla., to ask him about his pending free agency. Trotter said he would be back with the Eagles and promised that "The Bullet" would be back, too. "The Bullet" is the nickname for linebacker Keith Adams, who also explored free agency this winter. As predicted by his closest teammate, Adams landed back with the Eagles when he signed a one-year contract yesterday.
SPORTS
January 11, 2005 | By Shannon Ryan and Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS
Keith Adams has played more than he hoped this season. Nate Wayne has played less than he imagined. With weakside linebacker Mark Simoneau sitting out practice again yesterday, one of those linebackers could see the time he longs for Sunday, when the Eagles face the Minnesota Vikings in the divisional playoffs at Lincoln Financial Field. Wayne and Adams have split time in practice. "You prepare yourself like you're going to start and whatever happens happens," Adams said.
SPORTS
November 23, 2002 | By Phil Sheridan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
So that's why they call them contact lenses. Keith Adams, the linebacker who has helped the Eagles' special teams recover from their early troubles, has a strange way of measuring a big hit: If one contact lens pops out, it was a good one. If he loses both, it was really special. "Against Chicago," Adams said, "I busted the wedge and then made the tackle. I lost both of my lenses, so I couldn't see a thing. I almost ran to the wrong sideline. But that was a good one. " Adams said that he loses a half-dozen lenses a game.
SPORTS
October 6, 2005 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It's premature to start any sort of campaign for an NFL award. Keith Adams, like an anxious presidential campaign manager three years before an election, decided to start one anyway. In the midst of talking about the play of the Eagles' linebackers yesterday, Adams narrowed the subject matter to one of his defensive teammates. "Trott is so special and so valuable," the Eagles' weakside linebacker said. "It's amazing the things that he does for this defense. " "Trott," of course, is middle linebacker Jeremiah Trotter.
NEWS
February 17, 2001 | by Dave Racher, Daily News Staff Writer
Carlos Ortiz walked over to the car parked at 6th and Clearfield streets, shoved a gun inside and pumped six bullets into the driver. Then, when he and reputed drug boss Sotero Sanchez were sure the driver was dead, they drove the car to a parking lot and torched it. But the killers made two fateful blunders that day in November 1997. The fire fizzled out before destroying the evidence. And they killed the wrong man. Prosecutors say the two men killed Keith Adams, 34, because they wrongly believed he was going to rob them or hold up their drug corner.
SPORTS
January 10, 2001 | Daily News Wire Services
Quarterback Michael Vick will forgo his final two seasons of eligibility at Virginia Tech to make himself available for April's NFL Draft, sources told the Daily Press, of Newport News, Va. Vick will announce his decision tomorrow afternoon in his hometown of Newport News, said the sources, who included a longtime mentor and who requested anonymity. Vick has until the close of business Friday to file paperwork with the NFL declaring his availability for the draft. It was not known yesterday whether he has submitted the forms.
NEWS
April 6, 2015 | By Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Writer
It's a largely untapped market Realtors can only dream about: more than 80 million Americans ages 20 to 34, prime time for starting families and moving into their first homes. The youthful answer to the industry's prayers in a home-sale market recovering too slowly. Though Realtors and builders have their money riding on a bounce in 2015, they are acknowledging that most so-called millennials can neither afford houses nor want to buy them. Many millennials look at a house as "something you can get underwater on debt with and burn your fingers on if its value goes south," said Kevin Gillen, chief economist of Meyers Research and senior research fellow at Drexel's Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation, who tracks the Philadelphia region's real estate market.
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