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SPORTS
January 22, 2010
Raheem Brock grew up in Germantown, rooting for the Eagles of Reggie White, Clyde Simmons and Randall Cunningham. And even after 8 years with the Indianapolis Colts - including a stretch of 72 consecutive starts at one point - and a Super Bowl ring, Brock's Philly ties still run deep. Brock, who attended Murrell Dobbins Tech and Temple, opened a national chicken-wing franchise store near the Temple campus last spring and he continues to return to the area to help build his Brock's Kids Foundation.
NEWS
September 19, 2014 | By Molly Eichel
FOR ALL the backlash surrounding the most-gabbed about celeb couple of our time, it's nice to hear Kim Kardashian and Kanye West using their powers for good, chatting with a Philly student in need of some positive vibes. Kardashian posted a photo of herself on Instagram that showed her chatting on FaceTime with an ailing Alyson Raywood , who identifies herself as a St. Joseph's University student, class of '17. St. Joe's confirmed Raywood, who hails from Rumson, N.J., is an active student at the university.
SPORTS
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)
ENTERTAINMENT
May 19, 2011 | By Dan Gross
ADULT FILM sensation Mary Carey believes Monday's revelation that Arnold Schwarzenegger fathered a child out of wedlock proves that California voters should have picked her in 2003. "I think it proves that I would have been a more honest governor than he was. I have no love children and don't plan on it," says Carey, who placed 10th in the recall election in which Schwarzenegger was the winner. "We're in such a fiscal crisis and if Arnold can't be honest to his wife of 25 years, how can we trust him to have been honest to the citizens of California?"
SPORTS
June 26, 2002 | By Phil Sheridan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Eagles yesterday signed safety Michael Lewis, the first of their two second-round draft picks, to a five-year contract worth $3,155,000. Lewis, the 58th player taken overall, received a $1.25 million signing bonus. His salaries for the next five years are scheduled to be $225,000 for this year, $300,000 for 2003, $380,000 for 2004, $455,000 for 2005, and $545,000 for the fifth and final year of the deal. Lewis' deal should make it simpler for the Eagles to sign cornerback Sheldon Brown, their other second-round pick.
SPORTS
September 4, 2001 | Daily News Wire Services
Larry Coker has more than just his first coaching victory at Miami. He has the No. 1 team in the nation. Following Saturday's dominating, 33-7 victory over Penn State, the Hurricanes replaced Florida at No. 1 in the Associated Press media poll yesterday. In this week's USA Today/ESPN coaches' poll, released Sunday, Florida remained No. 1 and Miami No. 2. Miami, winners of four national titles, returned to the top spot in the AP poll for the first time in nine years. Florida was second.
SPORTS
October 14, 1994 | by Ted Silary, Daily News Sports Writer
Many fathers and sons get the chance to play football together, but "play" usually is in quotes. Tumbling around on the living room floor doesn't count. Nor do games of catch in the back alley. Michael Gales, a productive junior tailback at Edward Bok Tech, really did play football with his father, David Gray. It happened when Michael was in the seventh and eighth grades and his dad placed him on his roster in a rough-touch league at Mill Creek Playground, 48th and Brown streets.
SPORTS
December 30, 2009 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
In the days leading to the EagleBank Bowl, Temple coach Al Golden was noncommittal when asked who would start at quarterback for the Owls. Yesterday, redshirt junior Vaughn Charlton was on the field when Temple took the first possession of the game. "He had a tremendous 15 practices," Golden said. "I was very pleased with the way he conducted the game, most particularly early on. " Charlton started the Owls' first eight games of the season as the team went 6-2. He was replaced by redshirt sophomore Chester Stewart for the team's last four games of the regular season after Golden decided the former needed to take better care of the football.
SPORTS
December 15, 2001 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Hispanic activists dropped a boycott of the Denver Nuggets, and team officials said yesterday they will make coach Dan Issel apologize publicly to Latinos for an insulting ethnic remark to a fan while walking off the court in Tuesday night's 99-96 loss to the Charlotte Hornets. The announcement was made after a group of about 25 Hispanic activists met with top officials of Kroenke Sports Enterprises, which owns the Nuggets. Issel apologized the next day to the team, the community and the fan. He was suspended by the team without pay for four games, costing him more than $112,000.
SPORTS
December 1, 2001 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Baseball's plan to eliminate two teams by next season was dealt a severe blow yesterday when the Minnesota Supreme Court put off until Dec. 27 an appeal of the injunction that forces the Twins to play at the Metrodome in 2002. Major League Baseball and the Twins had asked for the hearing to take place before Dec. 7, citing the need for teams to make key decisions before Dec. 20, the last day to offer contracts to unsigned players on rosters. Elsewhere: Houston signed Jose Vizcaino to a one-year contract.
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