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August 12, 2010
Raheem Brock, a Dobbins and Temple product, was one of three defensive ends who worked out yesterday for the Houston Texans. The team also worked out Dewayne White and James Wyche. The Texans are in need of a veteran to replace backup Tim Bulman, who is sidelined with a shoulder injury. Brock was released by the Colts in March after eight seasons. His agent, Andy Simms, did not return messages from the Daily News .
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July 28, 2009
RE DAN GROSS' July 9 item on me: It's unfortunate that my ex-wife has chosen to discuss such a private matter in a public forum, especially when the actions that have been attributed to me are both unfounded and untrue. I recently suffered a personal loss (my 12-year-old sister was killed in an auto accident in which additional family members were critically injured). This has accounted for most of my time since June 29, and I have not been in a position to respond to Deziree Williams' allegations until now. All outstanding legal issues concerning Ms. Williams and me will be addressed privately through counsel.
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June 17, 2011 | By Peter Mucha, Inquirer Staff Writer
Raheem Brock, a Temple grad the Eagles let get away, was arrested Thursday and charged with theft of services and resisting arrest. The 33-year-old defense end, an NFL free agent, was accused of walking out on a bill at the Copabanana bar on South Street, according to police. Apparently, Brock, another man and a woman were asked to leave because she brought in food from another restaurant, so they left without paying for already-served drinks, police said. A scuffle followed when Brock was questioned soon afterward by police at another South Street eatery, Iskabibble's, police said.
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October 10, 2014 | BY MIKE KERN, Daily News Staff Writer kernm@phillynews.com
RAHEEM BROCK (Dobbins Tech) and Dan Klecko were teammates on the defensive line at Temple for a couple of seasons at the turn of the century, and then again with an Indianapolis Colts team in 2006 that won the Super Bowl. So now maybe it's only right that they're part of the six-person class being inducted into the university's Athletics Hall of Fame, a group that also includes the late football coach Ray Morrison (1940-48). They'll be introduced - along with field hockey's Michelle Murawski (1997-2000)
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April 27, 2012 | By Mensah M. Dean, Daily News Staff Writer
Raheem Brock, the Temple University and NFL defensive standout, has been found not guilty of skipping out on a $27 South Street bar bill last spring. Brock, 33, who was charged with theft and resisting arrest shortly after leaving Copabanana with his cousin and a friend on June 16, was found not guilty Thursday of the theft charge following a two-day trial at the Criminal Justice Center. He was cleared of the resisting arrest charge at a previous trial. "It feels great," Brock said Friday.
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April 26, 2010
No players from Temple were selected in the 3-day NFL draft, but five Owls already have signed free-agent contracts. Defensive back Dominique Harris (Buffalo), tight end Steve Maneri (Houston), linebacker Alex Joseph (Green Bay), offensive tackle Devin Tyler (Arizona) and nose tackle Andre Neblett (Carolina) will all get their chance to make it at the next level. Last season, there were four former Owls on NFL rosters: defensive lineman Raheem Brock (Indianapolis), defensive tackle Antwon Burton (Carolina)
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August 13, 2010 | Staff and Wire Reports
Raheem Brock will remain in the AFC South after eight seasons with the Colts, just not with the Texans. Brock, who worked out for Houston on Wednesday, signed with the Tennessee Titans yesterday to help bolster an injury-plagued defensive line. Brock, a product of Dobbins and Temple, had been a free agent since he was released by the Colts in March. Tennessee lost end William Hayes to a sprained right medial collateral ligament in his knee Tuesday, and he will miss at least 2 weeks.
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June 17, 2011
The Legends of the Pub football camp, for 300 rising juniors and seniors at Public League schools, is scheduled for Friday and Saturday in Hunting Park. The free event, which will offer an SAT/ACT prep course and a "life panel Q-and-A" on Friday, will include appearances by several NFL players. Jahri Evans, Raheem Brock, Dominique Curry, Jameel McClain, and Curtis Brinkley are among those expected to be on hand. The camps are scheduled for 4 to 8 p.m. on Friday, and from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday.
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September 19, 1996 | by Ted Silary, Daily News Sports Writer
The pertinent question before each Public League football season these days is not, Who's going to win the title? It's this: Can anyone prevent George Washington from winning the title? Coach Ron Cohen's Eagles have captured the last two and five of the last seven and we hope you don't think they're going away. "I know what people think about us, but it's not that easy," said Cohen, who averaged 8.8 wins through his first 11 seasons and needs just three for 100. "If people want to concede us the championship, we'll take it. Then we won't have to play the games.
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April 24, 2013 | By Peter Mucha, Philly.com
The Eagles announced their new cheerleading squad this morning, following Monday night's audition finale at the Kimmel Center. Hundreds attended the sold-out event, hosted by 94 WIP's Spike Eskin, at the Perelman Theater, to see 60 young women perform dance routines, demonstrate their poise and fitness, and field personalized questions about everything from bullying to running a business. Just 38 were chosen, including 30 returnees, by a panel of 10 judges that included former Eagles running back Ricky Watters, co-owner Christina Weiss Lurie, and defensive end Raheem Brock, who went to Temple.
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October 10, 2014 | BY MIKE KERN, Daily News Staff Writer kernm@phillynews.com
RAHEEM BROCK (Dobbins Tech) and Dan Klecko were teammates on the defensive line at Temple for a couple of seasons at the turn of the century, and then again with an Indianapolis Colts team in 2006 that won the Super Bowl. So now maybe it's only right that they're part of the six-person class being inducted into the university's Athletics Hall of Fame, a group that also includes the late football coach Ray Morrison (1940-48). They'll be introduced - along with field hockey's Michelle Murawski (1997-2000)
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October 10, 2014
WORD HAS IT that the ever-so-talented Terrence Howard was being considered to star in the movie version of the life of the late Philadelphia civil-rights leader Cecil B. Moore . But that was before the powers that be in Hollywood backed away amid concerns about Howard's messy personal life. Two of his ex-wives have alleged that Howard, who co-starred in films such as "The Butler" and "Iron Man," physically abused them. In light of heightened sensitivities stemming from the headlines surrounding the NFL's Ray Rice domestic-abuse scandal, some involved with the project were nervous about moving forward with Howard.
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April 24, 2013 | By Peter Mucha, Philly.com
The Eagles announced their new cheerleading squad this morning, following Monday night's audition finale at the Kimmel Center. Hundreds attended the sold-out event, hosted by 94 WIP's Spike Eskin, at the Perelman Theater, to see 60 young women perform dance routines, demonstrate their poise and fitness, and field personalized questions about everything from bullying to running a business. Just 38 were chosen, including 30 returnees, by a panel of 10 judges that included former Eagles running back Ricky Watters, co-owner Christina Weiss Lurie, and defensive end Raheem Brock, who went to Temple.
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April 29, 2012 | By Mensah M. Dean, Daily News Staff Writer
Raheem Brock, the Temple University and NFL defensive standout, has been acquitted of skipping out on a $27 bill from a South Street bar last spring. Brock, 33, who was charged with theft and resisting arrest shortly after leaving Copabanana with his cousin and a friend on June 16, was found not guilty of the theft charge Thursday after a two-day trial at the Criminal Justice Center. He had been cleared of the resisting-arrest charge at a previous trial. "It feels great," Brock said Friday.
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April 28, 2012 | By Mensah M. Dean, Daily News Staff Writer
Raheem Brock, the Temple University and NFL defensive standout, has been acquitted of skipping out on a $27 bill from a South Street bar last spring. Brock, 33, who was charged with theft and resisting arrest shortly after leaving Copabanana with his cousin and a friend on June 16, was found not guilty of the theft charge Thursday after a two-day trial at the Criminal Justice Center. He had been cleared of the resisting-arrest charge at a previous trial. "It feels great," Brock said Friday.
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April 27, 2012 | By Mensah M. Dean, Daily News Staff Writer
Raheem Brock, the Temple University and NFL defensive standout, has been found not guilty of skipping out on a $27 South Street bar bill last spring. Brock, 33, who was charged with theft and resisting arrest shortly after leaving Copabanana with his cousin and a friend on June 16, was found not guilty Thursday of the theft charge following a two-day trial at the Criminal Justice Center. He was cleared of the resisting arrest charge at a previous trial. "It feels great," Brock said Friday.
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June 21, 2011 | By MENSAH M. DEAN, deanm@phillynews.com
Raheem Brock, 33, a former Dobbins High School and Temple University football player, was in court Tuesday to face theft charges after he allegedly skipped out on a $27 restaurant bill last week on South Street. During the brief hearing before Municipal Judge Patrick Dugan, Brock's attorney, Sonte Anthony Reavis, asked for a trial. The judge set the next court date - a status hearing - for July 20. A date for the nonjury trial could be given then. "At this point, we have no comment to the press other than to say that he's not guilty and he wants to go to trial," Reavis said.
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June 18, 2011 | By PHILLIP LUCAS, lucasp@phillynews.com 215-854-5914
Raheem Brock had a rough night on South Street Thursday - allegations of skipping out on a $27 check, a resisting-arrest charge - but that didn't keep the NFL free agent from giving back to city high school students yesterday. Brock, a Dobbins High School and Temple University grad and defensive lineman for the Seattle Seahawks last season, spoke with about 300 juniors and seniors at the Legends of the Pub two-day football clinic that started last night in Nicetown. Organizers said that the camp was focused on positivity and that Brock, 33, was there to help the teens - not to discuss his personal business.
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June 18, 2011 | By Peter Mucha, Inquirer Staff Writer
Raheem Brock, a Temple graduate the Eagles let get away, was arrested Thursday and charged with theft of services and resisting arrest. The 33-year-old defensive end, an NFL free agent, was accused of walking out on a bill at the Copabanana bar on South Street, according to police. Apparently, Brock, another man, and a woman were asked to leave because she brought in food from another restaurant, so they left without paying for already served drinks, police said. A scuffle followed when Brock was questioned soon afterward by police at another South Street eatery, Iskabibble's, police said.
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June 17, 2011 | By Peter Mucha, Inquirer Staff Writer
Raheem Brock, a Temple grad the Eagles let get away, was arrested Thursday and charged with theft of services and resisting arrest. The 33-year-old defense end, an NFL free agent, was accused of walking out on a bill at the Copabanana bar on South Street, according to police. Apparently, Brock, another man and a woman were asked to leave because she brought in food from another restaurant, so they left without paying for already-served drinks, police said. A scuffle followed when Brock was questioned soon afterward by police at another South Street eatery, Iskabibble's, police said.
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