Sep 092010
 
Victorino's on-field contributions catching up to his charitable works

September 9 Philadelphia Daily News columnist Paul Hagen “BEFORE THE GAME, he was recognized for his charitable works and his new foundation and his nomination as the Phillies’ representative for the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award, which recognizes outstanding community service. And you just know the Phillies were so proud of Shane Victorino that their buttons were [More…]

Sep 092010
 
Phillies reliever Baez says he's ready to contribute

September 9 Philadelphia Daily News: “Danys Baez has been something of a forgotten man lately. When the Phillies signed him to a 2-year, $5.25 million contract in the offseason, they envisioned a versatile reliever who could pitch multiple innings while also providing some depth in the back end of the bullpen, where closer Brad Lidge [More…]

Eagles’ Jackson hopes knee holds up

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Sep 092010
 
Eagles' Jackson hopes knee holds up

Eagles C Jamaal Jackson September 9 Camden Courier-Post: “The question to Eagles center Jamaal Jackson was whether he felt confident that he could make it through the entire game Sunday against the Green Bay Packers on his surgically repaired left knee. The Delaware State product, who plays center for the Eagles, hesitated for a few [More…]

Sep 092010
 
Rookie starters not interested in Eagles' past

September 9 Philadelphia Inquirer columnist Bob Ford “Brandon Graham doesn’t feel your pain. How could he? Graham, the starting defensive end for the Eagles, was 10 years old when Andy Reid was hired as head coach here. He was in seventh grade, playing youth football, when the Eagles went to the conference championship game for the [More…]

Eagles face a big test in Packers

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Sep 092010
 
Eagles face a big test in Packers

September 9 Philadelphia Inquirer “Andy Reid opened training camp saying he was “curious” to see how all the changes to his Eagles team would play out. He is just days away from getting his first real answers, and they will come against a Green Bay Packers team that finished third in scoring offense and seventh [More…]

Sep 092010
 
Sims looks for a new start with Eagles

September 9 Philadelphia Inquirer “Ernie Sims isn’t used to losing. At Florida State, playing for one of college football’s most high-profile teams, he had a winning record every year. His Seminoles teams won 10, nine, eight and seven games in his college years and won two bowl games. In his first four years in the [More…]