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November 25, 2006 | By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Not much has gone right the last few weeks for the Eagles, but the special-teams play of Reno Mahe has been a positive development. Before this season, Mahe had returned four kickoffs in his first three years, but in the last two weeks he has averaged 29 yards on six kickoff returns and 11 yards on five punt returns. For the season he is averaging 12.4 yards on punt returns and 24.3 on kickoffs. Earlier this week, he talked about his role with the team. Question: Are you getting more of a comfort level returning kickoffs?
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September 11, 2007 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
So now we know that "not necessarily" means "probably" in the most recent version of Andy Reid's conceal-my-thoughts dictionary. Asked yesterday if the reports were true that the Eagles planned to bring back Reno Mahe in an effort to avoid a repeat of Sunday's punt-return disasters, the head coach said, "Not necessarily. " By late afternoon, the Eagles had contacted Mahe in Utah and asked him to get on an airplane bound for Philadelphia. "I just got the call about a half-hour ago," Mahe said from his cell phone around 5 p.m. "All they said was we're flying you out here and we'll see you soon.
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September 1, 2003 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
At the start of any NFL training camp, it's a given that a few unknown and undrafted rookies will come out of nowhere to make the team. This year, the number grew to more than a few for the Eagles. A remarkable half-dozen undrafted rookies survived the final cut. Wide receiver Greg Lewis, center Alonzo Ephraim, cornerback Roderick Hood, running back Reno Mahe, defensive tackle Sam Rayburn, and safety Quintin Mikell remained after the Eagles trimmed their roster to 53 players yesterday.
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September 8, 2008 | Paul Domowitch
What we're talking about following the Eagles' 38-3 victory over St. Louis: --Improving their red-zone offense was high on the Eagles' to-do list heading into this season. Against the Rams, they converted three of four red-zone trips into touchdowns before Andy Reid rested most of his regulars in the fourth quarter. --Middle linebacker Stewart Bradley turned in an impressive performance in just his second NFL start. He had nine tackles, including two for losses, and also had one of the Eagles' four sacks of Marc Bulger.
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September 11, 2007
Odds on various potential Eagles punt returners Monday night against Washington: 1 RENO MAHE (even money): Didn't think Andy Reid would hold out even this long. Come home to papa! 2GREG LEWIS (1,000-1): You figure he fielded five punts Sunday, and made bad decisions on three of them. That's not an encouraging ratio. 3J.R. REED (20-1): He's never been a punt returner, and he had to become one late in a regular-season game. He made one bad decision. You could argue that Reed, tough and fearless, deserves another chance at some point.
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September 10, 2007
WE KNOW EAGLES fans take losses about as hard as a death in the family. But don't worry, J.R. Reed, we don't think they're as bad as Italian soccer fans. Gianluca Falsini, a defender for the Italian soccer team Catania, filed a complaint with authorities saying he received a death threat on Saturday. Falsini said two people approached him at his team's training center and said they would whack him if he didn't leave the club. The reason for the fans' ire might have happened because a newspaper article suggested Falsini and a former goalie on the team were involved in a soccer betting ring.
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September 24, 2007 | By PAUL DOMOWITCH
Here are our grades for the Eagles' 56-21 win over Detroit yesterday: Brian Westbrook and Correll Buckhalter combined for 153 yards and averaged 7.3 yards per carry. Seven of Westbrook's 14 carries went for at least 11 yards. Grade: A-plus Donovan McNabb shed his knee brace and turned in one of the best performances of his career. His 158.3 passer rating and .808 completion percentage vs. the Lions both were career highs. Grade: A-plus The Eagles didn't have to put much effort into stopping the run since Lions running backs lugged the ball just 10 times and only four times in the first half.
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November 18, 2004 | By Shannon Ryan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Michele Lewis is not just Chad Lewis' wife. She was also his quarterback. When the Eagles tight end was on the waiver wire - with Philadelphia and St. Louis in 1998 and 1999 - he and his wife set their two infant daughters, Emily and Sarah, on the football field at Brigham Young as Michele fired passes at her husband. "Back then, she could throw it 40 yards easy," he said. "Spiral. " Now Chad is a three-time Pro Bowl selection in his seventh season with the Eagles and hauls in passes from quarterback Donovan McNabb.
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September 22, 2004 | By Shannon Ryan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Since wide receiver Terrell Owens arrived in town in the off-season, the Eagles have talked about their many other offensive weapons. Two of them have been on target the season's first two games. Tight ends Chad Lewis and L.J. Smith are the Eagles' third- and fourth-leading receivers, respectively, behind Owens and Brian Westbrook. They have combined for 158 yards on 14 catches. Smith has a touchdown catch in each game. Smith caught an 11-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter of the Eagles' 27-16 win over the Minnesota Vikings on Monday.
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September 1, 2011 | by Les Bowen, bowenl@phillynews.com
Who: Eagles vs. New York Jets. What: Fourth exhibition game When: Tonight, 7:30 Where: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J. TV: 6ABC Radio: WYSP (94.1-FM), WIP (610-AM), ESPN (97.3-FM) Five things to watch in tonight's game: 1. Vince Young/Mike Kafka: Not really a roster battle; both will make the team. A battle to see who is No. 2. Unless Young, tonight's starter, really looks lost, it's almost certainly his job. His NFL experience, stronger arm and superior athleticism trump Kafka's hard work during the lockout.
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September 21, 2013 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
Donovan McNabb had his ups and downs with the fans during his 11 seasons as the Eagles quarterback. But there was only adulation when his jersey number was retired at halftime of the Eagles game with the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday night at Lincoln Financial Field. The speculation by local and national pundits that McNabb would hear boos never materialized. On this night, it was a true lovefest. The crowd gave McNabb an extended standing ovation when he was introduced by former teammate Brian Dawkins.
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September 1, 2011 | by Les Bowen, bowenl@phillynews.com
Who: Eagles vs. New York Jets. What: Fourth exhibition game When: Tonight, 7:30 Where: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J. TV: 6ABC Radio: WYSP (94.1-FM), WIP (610-AM), ESPN (97.3-FM) Five things to watch in tonight's game: 1. Vince Young/Mike Kafka: Not really a roster battle; both will make the team. A battle to see who is No. 2. Unless Young, tonight's starter, really looks lost, it's almost certainly his job. His NFL experience, stronger arm and superior athleticism trump Kafka's hard work during the lockout.
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September 8, 2008 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The third phase deserved plenty of praise, too. On an afternoon when scoring came easy for the Eagles' offense and the defense nearly pitched a shutout, the special teams also played a vital role in a 38-3 rout of the St. Louis Rams yesterday at Lincoln Financial Field. The anticipated special-teams debuts of rookies DeSean Jackson and Quintin Demps didn't disappoint even though the lightning-quick punt returner wasn't always going forward and the ultra-confident kick returner made more of an impact with the way he covered punts.
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September 8, 2008 | Paul Domowitch
What we're talking about following the Eagles' 38-3 victory over St. Louis: --Improving their red-zone offense was high on the Eagles' to-do list heading into this season. Against the Rams, they converted three of four red-zone trips into touchdowns before Andy Reid rested most of his regulars in the fourth quarter. --Middle linebacker Stewart Bradley turned in an impressive performance in just his second NFL start. He had nine tackles, including two for losses, and also had one of the Eagles' four sacks of Marc Bulger.
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December 13, 2007 | By Joe Juliano INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Terrell Owens is in his second season playing for the Dallas Cowboys, a team that sports a 12-1 record, has clinched the NFC East title and is the favorite to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. He is two years removed from playing for the Eagles, a team that lies far below the Cowboys in the division, saddled with a 5-8 record and not likely to get a whiff of the playoffs. But reporters who crowded around a speaker phone yesterday at the Eagles' NovaCare Complex expecting the loquacious wide receiver to boast or gloat about his own good fortune and the problems of the team that dumped him had to be a little disappointed.
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September 24, 2007 | By PAUL DOMOWITCH
Here are our grades for the Eagles' 56-21 win over Detroit yesterday: Brian Westbrook and Correll Buckhalter combined for 153 yards and averaged 7.3 yards per carry. Seven of Westbrook's 14 carries went for at least 11 yards. Grade: A-plus Donovan McNabb shed his knee brace and turned in one of the best performances of his career. His 158.3 passer rating and .808 completion percentage vs. the Lions both were career highs. Grade: A-plus The Eagles didn't have to put much effort into stopping the run since Lions running backs lugged the ball just 10 times and only four times in the first half.
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September 23, 2007 | By Hunter Thomson FOR THE INQUIRER
It's week number two and Monday night, Lincoln Financial Field, what a sight. A Week 1 loss to the Packers in Green Bay, Special teams were to blame, the fans would say. J.R. Reed is gone, Reno Mahe is in, Another close loss would be a sin. The Washington Redskins have come to town, A seven-point underdog, they're going down. The Redskins got the ball to open the game, Today the special teams would not take the blame. The Redskins converted on third and long, The defense stiffened and held strong.
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September 23, 2007 | By Bob Brookover, Inquirer Staff Writer
Today at 1 p.m. Lincoln Financial Field TV: Fox29 Radio:WYSP-FM (94.1) Line: Eagles by 5 1/2 How They Match Up Lions defense vs. Eagles offense As poorly as the Eagles' offense has played so far, Donovan McNabb and Co. still provide the toughest test the Lions will have faced this season. With defensive end Kalimba Edwards hobbled by an ankle injury, McNabb should get ample time to throw. This could be the first time all season the Eagles have some consistent success throwing downfield to wide receivers Kevin Curtis and Reggie Brown.
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September 13, 2007 | By Phil Sheridan INQUIRER COLUMNIST
Reno Mahe's description pretty much explained everything you need to know about the thankless task of returning punts in the National Football League. "Picture being on the freeway, looking up, trying to catch something with cars coming at you," Mahe said after returning to work at the Eagles' complex yesterday. "It's something not everyone wants to do. It's a scary thing to do. If you don't make the right choice, you can really get hit. " That is the task the Eagles brought Mahe back to handle in the aftermath of Sunday's muffed game in Green Bay. Two misjudgments led to 10 Packers points, including the game-winning field goal in the final seconds.
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September 12, 2007 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Reno Mahe was attending church in Utah as the Eagles' punt-return game unraveled Sunday in Green Bay. "Honestly, I wasn't watching," Mahe said yesterday after signing a one-year contract to rejoin the team. The Eagles hope Mahe can restore some reliability to their return game when they play their home opener Monday night against the Washington Redskins at Lincoln Financial Field. To make room for Mahe on the roster, the Eagles released J.R. Reed, who had just signed with the team 10 days ago after Jeremy Bloom, who handled the bulk of returns during the preseason, was cut. Mahe was the Eagles' primary punt returner and kick returner last season, and he led the NFL in punt-return average in 2005.
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