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December 1, 2010
"Justice for all," the weekly column by Eagles tackle Winston Justice will appear in tomorrow's Daily News.
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October 15, 2011 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
Winston Justice said playing right tackle is like riding a bicycle. Since he last played there, though, the Eagles have replaced a mountain bike with a racing model. And with a knee that's still less than 100 percent, it's unclear whether Justice can even get back on the bike. Questions about Justice's ability to return to tackle were prompted by King Dunlap's recent spate of back spasms. Dunlap started at left tackle last week for the injured Jason Peters and was slated to fill that spot again Sunday at Washington.
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October 20, 2010
Eagles right tackle Winston Justice is writing a column for the Daily News again this season. His columns appear Wednesdays.   HITS LIKE THE ONE DeSean Jackson suffered on Sunday really scare you. Being on the field when something serious like that happens, your first instinct is to hope they will just stand up and shake it off. But when you see their motionless body on the ground, you know they will not get back up anytime soon....
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April 24, 2011
For years, the Eagles had a reputation for selecting too many offensive linemen early in the draft. The problem was it wasn't true. Only once in his dozen years drafting has Reid selected an offensive lineman in the first round - Shawn Andrews, 2004. And the Eagles haven't addressed that position earlier than the fourth round since they took Winston Justice in the second round of the 2006 draft. Reid and company prefer to load up on linemen lower in the draft or via undrafted free agency in the hopes of finding a few gems they can develop.
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December 19, 2010
While all three remain questionable for Sunday's game against the New York Giants, Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson, cornerback Asante Samuel, and tackle Winston Justice made the bus trip to the Meadowlands on Saturday. In light of the amount of work they put in during Friday's practice, Jackson and Samuel appear to have a better shot of playing than Justice. A final decision on each of the starers is expected to be made during pregame warm-ups. Jackson has a foot sprain and was officially listed as a nonparticipant in Wednesday's and Thursday's practices.
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February 23, 2011 | By Jonathan Tamari, Inquirer Staff Writer
Eagles right tackle Winston Justice had his left knee "cleaned out" Tuesday by surgeon James Andrews in Birmingham, Ala., and is expected to be fine for the 2011 season, the team said. No further surgery is expected to be necessary, according to a team spokesman. Justice, 26, hurt his left knee in Week 13 against the Houston Texans and missed two games. He struggled when he returned to the lineup but said at the time that he had no structural damage. Hobbs undecided. Cornerback Ellis Hobbs has not made a decision on his football future, he said.
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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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November 25, 2009 | By LES BOWEN, bowenl@phillynews.com
In one of those strange little coincidences of NFL life, on the day the Eagles signed a right tackle to a new contract, Jon Runyan signed one as well, agent Ben Dogra confirmed last night. Runyan's deal was for 1 year with the San Diego Chargers, who placed right tackle Jeromey Clary on injured reserve yesterday. Clary injured his left ankle in Sunday's victory over Denver. The Eagles thought Shawn Andrews was going to replace Runyan on the right side of their offensive line when they let Runyan walk into free agency, right after he underwent microfracture knee surgery.
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April 12, 2006 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Winston Justice thinks he'll be a top-10 pick in the April 29 NFL draft. If he's right, the Eagles would have to move up from the 14th spot to get him. All that's known for sure is that the Eagles are interested enough in the giant offensive tackle from Southern California that they brought him in for a visit yesterday at the NovaCare Complex. Justice said he was one of seven draft-eligible players to visit. He will be back today for another meeting with offensive-line coach Juan Castillo.
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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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January 31, 2014 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
NEWARK, N.J. - Winston Justice wasn't traded unknowingly to the Colts two years ago. He said that the Eagles called him one March day and asked him if he wanted to play elsewhere. "They called and asked, 'Do you want to be traded?' It wasn't like they traded me," Justice, now a Broncos tackle, said this week. "They were like, 'Do you want to do this, like, before we do this? Are you sure?' So it was like they gave me a choice to do it or not. " He said yes and was dealt to Indianapolis for an exchange of sixth-round draft picks that jumped the Eagles ahead 15 spots.
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March 20, 2012
DURING MUCH of the Andy Reid era, the offensive line has been an orderly kind of place, excepting the occasional anomaly, such as the great Shawn and Stacy Andrews adventure of 2009. Then last year, Reid brought in Howard Mudd as his offensive-line coach, and training camp suddenly took on a different tone. Befuddled rookies and brand-new free agents milled about, crashing into one another and nearly getting Michael Vick killed a couple of times in the chaotic preseason. Solid vets such as Jamaal Jackson, Winston Justice and Mike McGlynn, once prized by o-line-coach-turned-defensive-coordinator Juan Castillo, weren't deemed capable of starting under Mudd.
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March 15, 2012 | BY LES BOWEN, Daily News Staff Writer
JAMAAL JACKSON, the longest-tenured Eagle, had one question for the panel that was about to bid him farewell by phone on Comcast SportsNet's Daily News Live: "Y'all sure you're interviewing the right Jackson?" Jamaal started 72 games at center for the Birds between 2005 and 2010, but he knew the big news yesterday evening was not his release at age 31, after a year in Howard Mudd purgatory. The big news was the 5-year contract agreed to by wideout DeSean Jackson. It was that kind of day, a frenzy of Eagles developments, one quickly topping another, all of them involving players who were on the 2011 roster.
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October 27, 2011 | BY MARCUS HAYES, hayesm@phillynews.com
AFTER RECEIVING laudatory reviews from his coaches after the win at Washington, Eagles right tackle Winston Justice, who underwent arthroscopic knee surgery in February, has been relegated to bench duty again. It sounds as if he is grateful for the chance to let his repaired left knee continue to recover. Justice started against the Redskins when substitute left tackle King Dunlap was unavailable, which left the Eagles in a lurch. Todd Herremans, a standout left guard, had been playing right tackle in place of Justice.
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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 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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October 17, 2011 | BY LES BOWEN, bowenl@phillynews.com
LANDOVER, Md. - They made it look easy, but it wasn't. You could infer it was a struggle from the glacial pace at which Winston Justice pulled on his suit after the game for the train ride home, Justice creaky and hesitant. He had just played in his first football game of 2011 (we're not counting lining up for extra points last week at Buffalo). Played every snap of a season-saving, 20-13 victory over the host Washington Redskins. Lived to tell the tale. More important, Michael Vick lived to tell the tale.
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October 15, 2011 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
Winston Justice said playing right tackle is like riding a bicycle. Since he last played there, though, the Eagles have replaced a mountain bike with a racing model. And with a knee that's still less than 100 percent, it's unclear whether Justice can even get back on the bike. Questions about Justice's ability to return to tackle were prompted by King Dunlap's recent spate of back spasms. Dunlap started at left tackle last week for the injured Jason Peters and was slated to fill that spot again Sunday at Washington.
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October 14, 2011 | By Jeff McLane, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Winston Justice said playing right tackle is like riding a bicycle. Since he last played there, though, the Eagles have replaced a mountain bike with a racing model. And with a knee that's still less than 100 percent, it's unclear whether Justice can even get back on the bike. Questions about Justice's ability to return to tackle were prompted by King Dunlap's recent spate of back spasms. Dunlap started at left tackle last week for the injured Jason Peters and was slated to fill that spot again Sunday at Washington.
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October 14, 2011 | By Jonathan Tamari and Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writers
Eagles left tackle King Dunlap , who has been filling in for an injured Jason Peters (hamstring), sat out practice Thursday with what the team described as lower-back spasms, forcing Winston Justice onto the first team for the first time all season. Justice worked at right tackle, the position he has played most of his career, and Todd Herremans - who had been there - moved to left tackle. The shuffle may not last long. The Eagles expect Dunlap to be ready for Sunday's game, but if he can't go, it would add another wrinkle to the offensive line.
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