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October 10, 2011 | by Bob Vetrone Jr., vetronb@phillynews.com
What it was: Nick Barnett's fourth-quarter interception of a Michael Vick-to-Jason Avant pass at Bills' 26. The Set-Up: Trailing 34-17, the Eagles, who had scored on each of their two preceding drives, were facing a third-and-3 from the Bills' 25 at the 2-minute warning. The Play: Vick gets the ball to Avant on a quick out to the left just in front of the first-down marker. Bills' cornerback Drayton Florence gets his right hand on the ball as Avant is trying to secure it and jolts it loose.
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October 11, 2010
With the win, the Eagles are 16-6 against the NFC West under Andy Reid. The win was the Eagles' fifth in a row over the Niners. The Eagles improved their October record in the Reid era to 26-18. The Eagles have given up first-possession touchdowns in the last two games. Todd Herremans' holding penalty in the first quarter was the eighth against the Eagles' offensive line in the first five games. The Eagles committed a season-low five penalties. The Eagles scored a touchdown on their first possession for the first time this season.
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April 2, 2012
He came, he saw, he left without a contract. Demetrius Bell was still a free agent when he departed Philadelphia after visiting with the Eagles over the weekend. The left tackle has met with four teams, including the Pittsburgh Steelers, Arizona Cardinals, and Green Bay Packers, since the start of free agency last month. But he remains on the market even though the Eagles were scrambling to find a starting left tackle after Jason Peters suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon last week.
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August 17, 2012
THE FIRST current player to filter into the NovaCare auditorium to pay tribute to Tra Thomas, as the Eagles' all-time games-played leader among offensive linemen officially retired, was Todd Herremans. These days Herremans is the right tackle, but for four seasons he played next to left tackle Thomas at left guard, after arriving as a fourth-round draftee from Saginaw Valley State. Herremans posed for photos with Thomas and former offensive line coach Juan Castillo, now the defensive coordinator.
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September 8, 2011 | By Jonathan Tamari, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Eagles are making another change on the offensive line, this one just four days before the team's season opener Sunday in St. Louis. Guard Kyle DeVan, whose first practice with the Eagles was Monday, practiced with the starters Wednesday, ahead of rookie Danny Watkins, who has struggled at right guard. Neither coach Andy Reid, DeVan, nor Watkins would confirm the move, or say if it is permanent, but a team source said the change has been made. Wednesday practice lineups generally reflect Sunday's starters.
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October 26, 2011 | STAFF REPORT
EAGLES LEFT TACKLE Jason Peters said he is ready to return and expects to play Sunday night against Dallas. Peters missed the last two games with a hamstring injury. He was back on the practice field Monday for the Eagles' abbreviated session. "I'm going to rock," Peters said on the team website yesterday. "Sunday, I'll be out there. " Peters was not available Monday when reporters were allowed access to the locker room. Fellow linemen said Monday the first-team o-line was Peters, left guard Evan Mathis, center Jason Kelce, right guard Danny Watkins and right tackle Todd Herremans.
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October 11, 2010 | by Paul Domowitch
What we're talking about after the Eagles' 27-24 victory over the San Francisco 49ers last night: Who's the starting QB? Kevin Kolb turned in an impressive performance against the Niners, completing 21 of 31 passes for 253 yards. If Michael Vick can play next week, will he start? Another big day for Shady: Playing with a fractured rib, LeSean McCoy rushed for 92 yards and had a 29-yard touchdown run. He also had five catches for 46 yards. Better against the run: After giving up 169 rushing yards to the Redskins last week, Sean McDermott's defense did a much better job against the run last night, holding Frank Gore to 2.9 yards per carry.
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September 26, 2014 | By Les Bowen, Daily News Staff Writer
THIS COULD be one really strange game. Or not. If offensive averages from the first 3 weeks of the season hold, the Eagles will outscore the 49ers 25-1 in the second half, after falling behind 20-9 in the first half. Final score, Eagles 34, 49ers 21. Leaving aside for the moment that it's really, really hard to find a way to score one point by itself, there are all sorts of reasons why it won't happen this way. Foremost is the fact that 3 weeks of something happening doesn't set it in stone; there is no reason why the Birds are destined to be a second-half team all year, though they're outscoring opponents 74-24 in the second half so far, and they're being outscored 54-27 in the first half.
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September 14, 2009 | by Daily News Staff
UP NEXT   Who: New Orleans at Eagles When: 1 p.m. Sunday Where: Lincoln Financial Field TV: Fox Radio: WYSP (94.1-FM), WIP (610-AM) Series history: Eagles lead, 16-10 (8-2 in Philadelphia) Last meeting: Eagles won, 38-23, on Dec. 23, 2007, in New Orleans   INJURY REPORT   -- Donovan McNabb, cracked rib. Injured after he scored a third-quarter touchdown on what appeared to be a late hit. Andy Reid would not rule out McNabb being available for next Sunday's game.
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