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March 16, 2013 | By Peter Mucha, Philly.com
The answer to the New York Jets' quarterback woes could be . . . ex-Eagle Kevin Kolb? Or could it be Geno Smith - if he slips past the Eagles, who have the fourth pick in the coming NFL draft? The speculation about Kolb has heated up for several reasons, according to several sources. The Arizona Cardinals owe Kolb a $2 million payment if he's still on their roster Saturday ("which is some pretty sweet St. Patty's Day drinking money," quips thescore.com) so he's expected to be cut. Also, his base salary is $9 million, with a cap number of $13.5 million, and Arizona just signed according to profootballtalk.com.
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March 11, 1993 | By S.A. Paolantonio, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
No team in the NFL has been more aggressive in pursuing free agents than the New York Jets. Now the Jets are going after their biggest prize: Reggie White. Dick Steinberg, the club's general manager, said yesterday that the Jets have already shown that they're serious about White, the Eagles defensive end who has become the league's most sought-after free agent. "I think Reggie will be able to see that we've already improved our defense so that it can rise to another level," Steinberg said in a telephone interview.
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October 26, 2015 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
After six games with the Eagles, Sam Bradford has nearly an identical passer rating (80.0) to the one he had after 49 games with the Rams (79.3). It would be simple to rationalize his struggles this season as just more of the same from the quarterback. But Bradford has actually been worse than he was during his first five years in the NFL. He is being intercepted at almost twice the rate (on 3.9 percent of his passes) as he was in St. Louis (2.2 percent). Theories for the disparity abound.
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November 23, 2012 | Associated Press
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Tom Brady threw three touchdown passes and ran for a score as the New England Patriots embarrassed the New York Jets with a 35-point second quarter in a 49-19 victory Thursday night. After a scoreless opening quarter, the Patriots (8-3) went on a touchdown spree while taking advantage of several mistakes by the hapless Jets (4-7), scoring four touchdowns in just over 6 minutes.  
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January 6, 2013 | Daily News Wire Services
With the ink not even dry on the New York Jets' dreadful season, Rex Ryan fled to the Bahamas only to be photographed lounging poolside at a resort hotel, book in hand, with an interesting tattoo gracing his right biceps. It showed his wife, Michelle, wearing an unmistakably green Jets jersey emblazoned with the unmistakable No. 6 of embattled quarterback Mark Sanchez. And nothing else. The * * * 
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September 4, 1991 | by Kevin Mulligan, Daily News Sports Writer
It was Aug. 5, a normally newsy Monday afternoon at Camp Holdout at West Chester University. Two nights before, No. 2 quarterback Jim McMahon had sustained a sprained knee and sprained ankle in the Eagles' preseason victory over the New York Jets. On his way back to the dormitory after dinner, coach Rich Kotite stopped to shoot the breeze for a few minutes before heading to meetings. Eventually, a question about his emergency quarterback list came up. "You know what?"
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July 11, 2015 | By Mike Sielski, Inquirer Columnist
This is not a column about Tim Tebow and the Eagles, really. This is not about whether he'll beat out Matt Barkley for the No. 3 quarterback spot or whether Chip Kelly will use him in short-yardage or special-teams situations or whether his throwing motion is quicker and tighter and no longer resembles Sandy Koufax working out of the stretch. This is not a column about the minutia of football we tend to focus on when we focus on the Eagles. Feel free to stop reading. No one will be offended.
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March 6, 2005 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Laveranues Coles finally got his wish. The disgruntled Redskins receiver is headed back to the New York Jets after asking out of Washington. In a swap of wideouts, Coles was traded yesterday for the speedy Santana Moss, a deal that was in the works for more than a week. Dolphins. Miami signed defensive end Vonnie Holliday to a two-year contract after the seven-year veteran was released by Kansas City on Feb. 22. Falcons. Atlanta re-signed Pro Bowl return specialist Allen Rossum and added kicker Todd Peterson.
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March 17, 2014 | By Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writer
There is little significant buzz about Michael Vick, although two quarterback-needy teams remain possibilities: the New York Jets and the Oakland Raiders. Neither team has addressed its quarterback situation this offseason, and both teams have head coaches who need to win in 2014 - Rex Ryan in New York and Dennis Allen with the Raiders. Vick would likely be welcomed back by the Eagles as a backup, but he wants to compete for a starting job. The No. 2 quarterback on the Eagles roster is slated to be Matt Barkley, but the team could bring in competition.
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March 20, 1999 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
The New York Jets traded backup quarterback Glenn Foley to the Seattle Seahawks yesterday for an undisclosed 1999 draft pick. Foley, 28, last season lost his starting job to Vinny Testaverde, who led the team to the AFC championship game and recently signed a three-year, $19.4 million contract. In Seattle, Foley will compete with Jon Kitna for the starting job. Kitna went 3-2 last season after taking over for Warren Moon. Foley, a graduate of Cherry Hill East, had been the starter until injuries prevented him from playing a full season.
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December 18, 2015 | By Les Bowen, Staff Writer
WE'RE GOING to find out a few things about how much the Eagles have really improved over the past few weeks, when they host the 11-2 Arizona Cardinals Sunday night. One of the questions to be answered is how Sam Bradford and the offense will stack up against a dominant, fourth-ranked defense that blitzes more than any other group in the NFL. "I think they're right at about 50 percent," Eagles coach Chip Kelly said this week. Actually, the figure is 46.9 percent, according to STATS.
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December 14, 2015 | By Mike Sielski, Inquirer Columnist
Chip Kelly and Rex Ryan were geniuses at different times for the same amount of time: two years. That's how long each of them had atop that pedestal before the rest of the NFL knocked them off. If you're a head coach and want to be a genius for more than two years, you'd better have Joe Montana or Tom Brady as your quarterback. Otherwise, there will be a reckoning, and it will be humbling. Kelly's reckoning, of course, began in the final four weeks of last season, his second with the Eagles, and has continued through the first 12 weeks of this one. His up-tempo, simplified-playbook approach to offense doesn't catch opponents off guard as often as it once did, and his reliance on a rigorous sports science program has at times inspired eye rolls from at least some of his players.
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December 5, 2015 | By Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writer
The New England Patriots have lost only six home games in the last six seasons, so there aren't many quarterbacks in the NFL who know what it's like to leave Gillette Stadium with a victory. Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez is one of them. Sanchez lost four regular-season games with the New York Jets in Foxborough, Mass., but he was the winning quarterback against the Patriots in the second round of the playoffs on Jan. 16, 2011. Sanchez is expected to be the Eagles' No. 2 quarterback Sunday when the Patriots host the Eagles.
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October 26, 2015 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
After six games with the Eagles, Sam Bradford has nearly an identical passer rating (80.0) to the one he had after 49 games with the Rams (79.3). It would be simple to rationalize his struggles this season as just more of the same from the quarterback. But Bradford has actually been worse than he was during his first five years in the NFL. He is being intercepted at almost twice the rate (on 3.9 percent of his passes) as he was in St. Louis (2.2 percent). Theories for the disparity abound.
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October 9, 2015 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
Sam Bradford's visits to the podium at the NovaCare Complex were cut in half after the first week of the season. Rather than answer questions on two days each week, the Eagles quarterback opted for just one day - as is his right - but for a longer period. Bradford may have regretted the decision after the first three weeks. As his struggles continued, the questions about the Eagles' inability to throw downfield began to mount over the 8-10-minute sessions. "Why aren't you taking more shots?"
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October 3, 2015 | By Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writer
DeMarco Murray watched from the sideline Sunday when the Eagles' running game had its most productive game of the season. Murray, who led the NFL in rushing yards in 2014 and was signed to be the Eagles' lead running back, might be able to keep another Sunday from going by without him. Murray was a full participant Thursday in practice. His injured hamstring is feeling better. He would not commit to playing Sunday against Washington, but his involvement in practice is a good indication.
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October 2, 2015 | BY LES BOWEN, Daily News Staff Writer bowenl@phillynews.com
DURING AN eight-minute chat with reporters after practice, Sam Bradford twice used this phrase: "The ball goes where it's supposed to go. " Bradford was being pressed yesterday on why the Eagles' passing game hasn't produced big plays or very much yardage, not to mention touchdowns, heading into the fourth game of the season, Sunday at Washington. People who rewatched last Sunday's 24-17 victory over the New York Jets, in which Bradford completed 14 for 28 for 118 yards, saw a quarterback standing in a clean pocket, usually, often facing receivers who seemed to be open deep - and then repeatedly throwing underneath.
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September 30, 2015 | By Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writer
Sam Bradford completed only 50 percent of his passes and passed for 118 yards in the Eagles' 24-17 win over the New York Jets on Sunday, but coach Chip Kelly continued to support his starting quarterback. "I think Sam's doing a good job," Kelly said. "There are some throws Sam probably wants back. There are a couple in there that he missed, but there are also some drops, too, that I think could have really extended some drives for us. But we are pleased with Sam right now. " There were two dropped passes that could have resulted in big plays.
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September 29, 2015 | By Bob Ford, Inquirer Columnist
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Chip Kelly is under no illusion that one ugly win against the New York Jets fixed anything for the Eagles, other than that pesky zero on the left side of the win-loss column. But he's not throwing it back. "We still have a lot of corrections to make, but it's easier on a Tuesday when you're talking to a team after a win than after a loss," Kelly said Sunday afternoon following the Eagles' 24-17 win over the Jets in a performance that looked a lot more impressive when the score was 24-0.
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September 29, 2015 | BY LES BOWEN, Daily News Staff Writer bowenl@phillynews.com
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - The Eagles' season did not come here to die, after all. "Gritty" was the word Chip Kelly used to describe his team's 24-17 victory over the host New York Jets. There is one rhyming word that might also apply, particularly to the second-half efforts of Kelly's offense, but let's be kind for a few more hours, what with the pope having barely left town and all. Also, the Eagles' defense doesn't deserve the derision. Missing its two touted young inside linebackers, Mychal Kendricks (hamstring)
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