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May 26, 2007 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Eagles continued their rookie-signing spree yesterday when they agreed to terms with fifth-round draft pick C.J. Gaddis on a four-year deal. Gaddis, a safety from Clemson, became the third Eagles rookie to sign in two days, joining linebacker Stewart Bradley and running back Tony Hunt, both third-round picks. The Eagles still have five unsigned rookies, including second-round picks Kevin Kolb and Victor Abiamiri. Details of the deal were not disclosed, but rookies taken where Gaddis was selected generally get signing bonuses of about $150,000, with the total four-year deal worth around $1.5 million.
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September 8, 2008 | By Ray Parrillo INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
After Darren Howard and Mike Patterson met in the St. Louis Rams' backfield to make a sandwich out of quarterback Marc Bulger on the Eagles' first defensive series, Howard leaped off the ground and patted his heart, a gesture he learned by watching Fred Sanford on Sanford and Son reruns. "I like those golden-oldie TV shows," Howard said after the Eagles ripped St. Louis, 38-3. Howard and Patterson were given a half-sack each on a day in which the Eagles had four sacks, along with four hurries, in a dominating performance by the defense, which rarely gave Bulger time to breathe, let alone throw the ball.
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August 19, 2008 | By John Gonzalez INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
He isn't sure how it started. Sometime during the insufferable training-camp workouts at Lehigh, rookie middle linebacker Joe Mays picked up a nickname. For a first-year player who hasn't yet made the team, that normally would be cause for concern. You would expect it to be something wholly unflattering - a verbal extension of the hazing rituals that neophytes endure each season. Omar Gaither started it, Mays said. "Someone picked up on Omar saying it, and it's stuck with me ever since," the 23-year-old said.
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March 7, 2008 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
With Eagles fans awaiting another addition and anticipating the departure of cornerback Lito Sheppard, the team threw a curveball yesterday and released veteran linebacker Takeo Spikes. The move came as a mild surprise because defensive coordinator Jim Johnson had said late in the season that he wanted Spikes back in 2008. "Yes, we'd like to have Takeo back, no question about it," Johnson said then. "He wants to be back; he's a good player and he had a good year for us. " Those were Johnson's words three days before the Eagles played their final game of the season, against the Buffalo Bills.
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October 15, 2008 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Eagles did not make any big deal before yesterday's 4 p.m. trade deadline, but they did make a transaction in an effort to improve their struggling special teams. That move cost running back Tony Hunt his job on the 53-man roster one week after he lost his job as the starting fullback. Hunt, a third-round pick out of Penn State last season, was released to make room for linebacker Tracy White, who had been released by the Green Bay Packers a week ago yesterday. White, a six-year veteran originally signed by Seattle in 2003 as an undrafted rookie out of Howard University, has contributed mostly on?special teams.
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September 29, 2009 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Eagles' infatuation with Jeremiah Trotter continued yesterday when the team invited him in for a second workout at the NovaCare Complex. According to an ESPN report, Trotter was also given a physical and could be close to signing a contract, but a team spokesman said last night that coach Andy Reid was undecided on the matter. Attempts to reach Trotter last night were unsuccessful. Trotter also worked out for the Eagles Thursday, and Reid said the next day that the former Pro Bowl linebacker was moving well after not playing at all last season.
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October 23, 2009 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Brian Westbrook raised his hand yesterday and said he was ready for more work. "I think I can make some plays when I have the ball in my hands," Westbrook said before practice yesterday. "It's very hard to show people what you can do when you don't have the opportunities. I think as the season goes on, I will get those opportunities - and when I do, I think I will show people that I can still play. " He showed that Sunday against the Oakland Raiders when he ran six times for 50 yards and caught nine passes for 91 more.
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August 5, 2009 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Jeremy Maclin wasn't the only first-round pick to join the Eagles yesterday. The team made a flurry of roster moves, including the signing of defensive end Jason Babin, a former first-round pick by the Houston Texans. The Eagles also signed veteran middle linebacker Matt Wilhelm, who was recently released by the San Diego Chargers, creating more competition for Joe Mays and Omar Gaither. Both veterans received one-year deals. To make room for Maclin, Babin and Wilhelm, the Eagles released defensive tackle Jervonte Jackson, cornerback Courtney Robinson, and wide receiver Marcus Thigpen.
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November 23, 2009 | By Bob Brookover and Jeff McLane INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS
Eagles guard Stacy Andrews, one week after making just his second start of the season, was a healthy scratch against the Chicago Bears last night at Soldier Field. It was the first time this season that Andrews did not play, and it was an expensive decision: He's making $4.62 million this season when you add his $3 million signing bonus to his $1.62 million base salary. That means Andrews made $271,764 for a night off in the Windy City. Before last night, Andrews had been rotating at right guard with Nick Cole and Max Jean-Gilles, but offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg hinted during the practice week that the rotation system could be hurting the line's continuity.
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June 5, 2009 | By Jeff McLane INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
He will swoop in, break up a pass, and flap his gums like a hummingbird. If Brian Dawkins was Wolverine, Asante Samuel has become the Eagles' Joker. The all-pro cornerback has been the most vocal player during this spring's minicamps, and even though he and his coach say it's nothing new, it's certainly more conspicuous now that Dawkins has taken his superhero act to Denver. "I'm not really a vocal guy," Samuel said yesterday. "I let my play speak for itself. What I do out here in practice is I chatter to make it a competitive environment.
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