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October 22, 2014 | By Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writer
Mychal Kendricks has missed the last four games, but the Eagles' starting inside linebacker could be back this Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals. The Eagles return to practice on Tuesday after a full week off. "I'll be in practice this week pushing forward to do what I set out to complete while not seeing this as a setback but as a way forward," Kendricks wrote on his personal website on Monday. Kendricks said after a Week 2 victory to the Indianapolis Colts that his calf had "spasms," but the injury was clearly more serious than spasms.
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October 15, 2014 | BY LES BOWEN, Daily News Staff Writer bowenl@phillynews.com
WHEN THE SEASON began, it seemed that one thing the Eagles lacked was a slam-dunk Pro Bowl performer on defense, a talent other teams would have to game plan around. There was a time when Trent Cole was that guy, and Cole is still playing well at 32, but Cole's most recent Pro Bowl appearance followed the 2009 season. Though it's early yet, if the squads were chosen today, you'd have to think Connor Barwin, the outside linebacker opposite Cole, might be that guy - maybe along with Malcolm Jenkins, the safety whose cover skills have freed Barwin to rush the passer to the tune of six sacks, tied for third in the NFL going into last night's action.
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August 8, 2010
1. Stewart Bradley          2. Brent Celek 3. Trent Cole                4. DeSean Jackson 5. Kevin Kolb                6. Quintin Mikell 7. Asante Samuel
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September 1, 2013
* Re: What Eagles' early cuts mean (Eagletarian blog, Aug. 30): [Linebacker Everette] Brown should have made this team. Trent Cole stinks; why they are keeping this guy around is nuts. Why they are switching to a 3-4 defense knowing half the guys on this team never played it is crazy, as well. Cole is taking a roster spot from a guy who I think had more sacks in this preseason then Cole had all of last year. We need youth, not age, here. Brown was a beast [Thursday] night even though was against ham and eggers . . . - william20, Philly.com  
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March 20, 2010 | Daily News Staff and Wire Reports
Jason Babin officially is no longer an Eagle. Tennessee acquired the defensive end after the Eagles declined to match the Titans' offer. Under a right-of-first refusal clause the Eagles put into Babin's contract, they had 1 week to match the offer sheet signed Wednesday. Without the clause, Babin would be an unrestricted free agent because of his 6 years of NFL service. The Titans announced that the Eagles notified the NFL yesterday they would not match the offer. Babin, a first-round draft pick in 2004 out of Western Michigan, has played for Houston, Seattle, Kansas City and, last season, the Eagles.
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October 3, 2011 | by Daily News Staff, pdomo@aol.com
UP NEXT: Who: Eagles at Buffalo When: Sunday, 1 p.m. Where: Ralph Wilson Stadium, Orchard Park, N.Y. TV: Fox Radio: WIP (610-AM, 94.1-FM) Series history: Eagles lead, 6-5 and are 3-3 in Western New York. Last meeting: Eagles won, 17-9, at the Linc in 2007. INJURY REPORT -- Trent Cole. Calf strain. MRI today. -- Antonio Dixon. Triceps strain. MRI today. -- Jason Peters. Hamstring strain. MRI today. -- Michael Vick. Finger on his left hand popped out, but it was popped back in and he stayed in the game.
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October 3, 2011 | by Paul Domowitch, pdomo@aol.com
THE DEPLETED DEFENSIVE LINE: Defensive tackle Antonio Dixon suffered a triceps injury that could keep him out for a while. Trent Cole was on crutches after the game with a calf strain. Ends Juqua Parker and Darryl Tapp still are out. Not a good situation. THOSE FOURTH-QUARTER BLUES: For the third straight week, the Eagles blew a fourth-quarter lead. They have been outscored 36-0 in the fourth quarter the last three games. DEFENDING THE BACKS AND TIGHT ENDS: A seasonlong problem continued as the Niners' running backs and tight ends accounted for 154 of 291 receiving yards.
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December 11, 2012 | By Les Bowen, Daily News Staff Writer
SOME INTREPID folks were trying to work the gee-despite-the-win-you-were-eliminated-from-playoff-contention angle in the locker room Monday. Of the handful of Eagles available after a brief practice, nobody seemed shocked they weren't going to the postseason. "It felt great to win, especially under the circumstances, with a lot of young guys in, a lot of key players out in key positions," tight end Clay Harbor said. Despite how the question was phrased, Harbor didn't even mention the playoffs.
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July 26, 2012 | By Zach Berman and Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writers
BETHLEHEM, Pa. - One player who won't be seen on the Lehigh University practice fields is Albert Haynesworth, the former Pro Bowler/malcontent who is now a free agent. Haynesworth often is linked to the Eagles because of his close relationship with defensive line coach Jim Washburn, who coached Haynesworth in Tennessee. Even with Mike Patterson sidelined, it didn't sound as if Washburn was pushing for a Haynesworth reunion. "I think he's finished," Washburn said. "His back's degenerative.
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