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October 17, 2011 | by Daily News Staff, pdomo@aol.com
-- Is this the week they stop the run? Coming into yesterday's game, the Eagles had allowed a disturbing 140.2 rushing yards per game and given up 5.0 yards per carry. They clamped down against the Redskins and allowed just 42 yards on 14 carries (3.0 yards per carry). -- Short yardage: The Eagles continued to struggle in short-yardage situations going 6-for-16 in third-down efficiency. However, they did show progress. They made a first down on a fourth-and-2 that led to their first touchdown.
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June 3, 2009 | By Jeff McLane INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
In late April, when the cancer that had invaded Bill Jackson's pancreas spread, DeSean Jackson had his father relocated from Long Beach, Calif., to Philadelphia. From peewee football through DeSean's tenure at the University of California, Bill Jackson was a staple at his son's games. However, after DeSean, a wide receiver, was drafted by the Eagles last year, the bicoastal travel prevented the elder Jackson from attending most of the games during his son's breakout rookie season.
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December 23, 2011
Here are some things to look for when the Eagles visit the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday:   Coughing it up The Eagles' league-worst 35 turnovers are the most the team has had since the 39 they committed in 1999, Andy Reid's first season as head coach. They are on pace to finish with 40, which would be the most in franchise history since the Eagles coughed up 43 in 1991.   The Babinator Just three games ago, Jason Babin stood at a very respectable 10 sacks.
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June 1, 2011
As he follows Juan Castillo, Howard Mudd is careful not to disparage him. "I'm treading on the guy I'm succeeding, and I don't want to do that," Mudd said Still . . . Mudd's lines in Indianapolis allowed 18.5 sacks per season. Castillo's allowed 40.5 per season in the same time span. Of course, Mudd's Colts lines protected Peyton Manning, a predictable, immobile quarterback all too willing to throw balls away. Castillo's Eagles dealt mainly with Donovan McNabb and Michael Vick, the most electric scramblers in league history, who welcomed contact and who hated to waste a down.
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August 27, 2010 | by Les Bowen
Who: Eagles (1-1) at Kansas City Chiefs (0-2) When: Tonight, 8 o'clock Where: Arrowhead Stadium TV: 6ABC, with Don Tollefson, Charley Casserly, Hugh Douglas and Jamie Apody Radio: WYSP (94.1-FM), WIP (610-AM), with Merrill Reese and Mike Quick 5 THINGS TO WATCH 1. Todd Herremans: The left guard might be the most consistent member of the offensive line when he's healthy. He hasn't played this preseason. The Eagles say they have taken it slow with Herremans as a precautionary move, after he experienced soreness in his repaired left foot in the spring.
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February 1, 2013 | By PAUL DOMOWITCH, Daily News Staff Writer
NEW ORLEANS - If you go strictly by career starts, Bobbie Williams has the distinction of being the most successful offensive lineman the Eagles drafted during Andy Reid's 14 seasons as head coach. Williams, a 36-year-old backup guard for the AFC champion Ravens, who face the 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII, has made 136 NFL starts since the Eagles selected him in the second round of the 2000 draft. That's 36 more than Todd Herremans, 41 more than John Welbourn and 79 more than Shawn Andrews.
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September 10, 2012 | BY RICH HOFMANN, Daily News Sports Columnist
CLEVELAND - The way Eagles center Jason Kelce figures it, the identity of the referees does not matter because the process is the same. Every week, the refs' job is to call penalties and the offensive line's job is to adjust to whatever standard is being set that day. And so, on an afternoon when the Eagles were penalized 12 times for 110 yards by referees working in place of locked-out union members - a day when four of the five offensive linemen...
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June 6, 2014 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Eagles' signing of Allen Barbre to a three-year contract extension was done with an eye toward 2015, when Todd Herremans carries a $5.2 million salary-cap hit and Evan Mathis will turn 34. But could Barbre compete with Herremans, who is the most vulnerable on the offensive line, for the starting right guard spot this season? "I don't know. No one's ever even talked to me about it," Barbre said Wednesday. "I just go out and perform to the best of my ability. " Herremans doesn't appear to be in jeopardy of losing his job. Despite a slow start last season, he settled in and helped make up one of the better units in the NFL. But the Eagles certainly have enough confidence in Barbre, who is once again expected to be the first tackle or guard off the bench.
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September 5, 2012 | By Peter Mucha, Inquirer Staff Writer
An Eagles pep rally, scheduled to last till 2 p.m., took over Love Park late this morning, featuring players signing autographs, freebies, and a big slingshot that can launch Angry Birds. Perhaps 200 to 300 fans were on hand during the lunch hour, but by 1:15 rain returned, threatening to end the enthusiasm. Before the rain, cheerleaders and mascot Swoop were on hand, along with WIP (94 FM) hosts Ike Reese and Michael Barkann, who interviewed offensive tackle Todd Herremans, after his autographing stint was over.
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