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            2012 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS                                                MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2012
PRESEASON (4-0)
Thursday August 9             Pittsburgh              W, 24-23
Monday   August 20            at New England          W, 27-17
Friday   August 24            at Cleveland            W, 27-10
Thursday August 30            NY Jets                 W, 28-10

REGULAR SEASON (3-4)
Sunday   September 9          at Cleveland            W, 17-16
Sunday   September 16         Baltimore               W, 24-23
Sunday   September 23         at Arizona              L, 6-27                    EAGLES (3-4)              at        SAINTS (2-5)
Sunday   September 30         NY Giants               W, 19-17
Sunday   October 7            at Pittsburgh           L, 14-16
                                                                              MERCEDES-BENZ SUPERDOME, 8:30 PM
Sunday   October 14           Detroit                 L, 23-26 (OT)
Sunday   October 21           BYE                                         The Philadelphia Eagles travel to Louisiana to take on the New
Sunday   October 28           Atlanta                 L, 17-30            Orleans Saints in a primetime tilt on Monday, November 5. The
Monday   November 5           at New Orleans          8:30 pm (ESPN)      Eagles lead all-time series between the two teams, 16-11, which
Sunday   November 11          Dallas                  4:25 pm (FOX)       includes an 8-4 mark at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The
Sunday   November 18          at Washington           1:00 pm (FOX)       Birds will face two former Eagles this week in Saints interim head
Monday   November 26          Carolina                8:30 pm (ESPN)      coach Joe Vitt and defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo. Last
Sunday   December 2           at Dallas               8:20 pm (NBC)       time out, the Birds fell to the Atlanta Falcons in Philadelphia, 30-
Sunday   December 9           at Tampa Bay            1:00 pm (FOX)       17. Next week, the Eagles face the Dallas Cowboys in their second
Thursday December 13          Cincinnati              8:20 pm (NFL)       NFC East matchup of the season.
Sunday   December 23          Washington              1:00 pm (FOX)
Sunday   December 30          at NY Giants            1:00 pm (FOX)         BROADCAST INFO/MULTIMEDIA COVERAGE
POSTSEASON                                                                This week’s game will be broadcast to a nationally televised au-
Wild Card Playoffs (NBC/CBS/FOX)                         January 5-6      dience on ESPN as well as PHL17 locally as Mike Tirico will call
Divisional Playoffs (CBS/FOX)                          January 12-13      the play-by-play, and Jon Gruden will provide color commentary.
AFC/NFC Championship Games (CBS/FOX)                      January 20      Lisa Salters will report from the sidelines.
Pro Bowl (Honolulu, HI) (NBC)                             January 27      ESPN International will air the game in three different languages
Super Bowl 47 (New Orleans, LA) (CBS)                     February 3      to over 180 countries.
                                                                          WIP (94.1 FM) will provide radio play-by-play with Merrill Reese,
                     TRENDING...                                          the voice of the Eagles since 1977, and former All-Pro receiver
• The @Eagles will travel to New Orleans as they face                     Mike Quick. Howard Eskin will report from the sidelines.
  @drewbrees and the @Saints at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome               Dial Global Sports will broadcast this week’s contest on radio sta-
  on @ESPNMondayNight. Under Andy Reid, the #Birds are 5-3 on             tions across the country with Kevin Harlan (play-by-play), Dan
  #ESPNMNF, 13-8 on Monday nights, and have won three of their
                                                                          Fouts (color), and Mark Malone (sidelines) calling the contest.
  past four Monday night games
• #MarqueeMatchup: The #Birds defense has excelled in pre-                For the first time this year, all Eagles will games will be broadcast
  venting opponents from finding pay dirt when in the red zone,           in Spanish on WTTM (1680 AM) in Philadelphia and WGPA (1100
  ranking fourth in @NFL in red zone touchdown percentage                 AM) in Allentown with Rickie Ricardo (play-by-play) and Felix De-
• #Familiarfaces: Interim head coach Joe Vitt (1995-98) and de-           Jesus (color) on the call. Univision Radio will broadcast the game
  fensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo (1999-06) have coached on           nationally in Spanish.
  the defensive side of the ball for the Birds #WelcomeBack               Dave Spadaro and the PhiladelphiaEagles.com staff host the
• With @fcoxx_91 and @DennisKelly receiving their first career            Kickoff Show 30 minutes prior to the opening kick, update the site
  starts vs. Atlanta, Philadelphia has started six different first-year   with the latest scores, news, notes and photos throughout the
  players through the first eight weeks of the season, including          game, and cap the day with a halftime show and an hour-plus
  @BrandonBoykin2, @SHavili, @MychalKendricks and C Dallas                Postgame Show that features live interviews, press conferences
  Reynolds                                                                and fan interaction.
• #ShadyScores: @CutonDime25 has found the end zone via re-
  ception in each of the last three contests and is the last Eagles
  running back to do so since @36westbrook in 2005. In Week 8,                            COACHING COMPARISON
  McCoy found the end zone twice with both a receiving and rush-          Andy Reid                                             Joe Vitt
  ing TD, his ninth multi-TD outing of his career #punchingitin           129-85-1 (.602) Regular Season Record (pct.)       6-12 (.333)
• @BrentCelek (251 catches) needs five receptions to move into a          10-9                    Playoff Record                     0-0
  tie with former Eagles TE John Spagnola (256) for second all-           14th         Seasons as head coach of current team        2nd
  time in receptions by a Philadelphia tight end #MilestoneWatch
                                                                          14th               Years as NFL head coach                2nd
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                NOTABLE CONNECTIONS                                          SAINTS INTERIM HEAD COACH JOE VITT
Eagles                                                                  • Since being named interim head coach of the
• Special teams coordinator Bobby April held the same position with       New Orleans Saints on April 12, 2012, Joe Vitt
  the Saints from 1996-99 and is a New Orleans native. He attended        has compiled a 2-5 record in his first seven
  Chalmette HS and played linebacker at Nicholls State. He also           games (2-4 while Vitt was serving a suspension
  spent one year as the tight end coach at Tulane in 1979                 and offensive line coach Aaron Kromer handled
• Matt Tennant was selected by the Saints in the fifth round of the       head coaching duties). In all, Vitt has compiled
  2010 draft and played in 28 games for New Orleans
                                                                          a 6-12 regular season record as an interim
Saints                                                                    head coach between stints with the Saints and
• Sean Payton began his NFL coaching career as the quarterbacks           the St. Louis Rams (2005)
  coach in Philadelphia from 1997-98
• Interim head coach Joe Vitt also coached the Eagles during the 90s,   • Now in his seventh season as a member of the Saints coaching
  tutoring the Philadelphia linebackers from 1995-98                      staff, Vitt served as the team’s assistant head coach/linebackers
• Defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo spent eight years coaching        coach prior to being named to his current post. Vitt was a mem-
  in Philadelphia as a defensive assistant/quality control coach          ber of the coaching staff during the team’s Super Bowl XLIV vic-
  (1999-2000), DBs (2001-03) and LBs (2004-06)                            tory campaign
• DT Brodrick Bunkley was originally a first round selection of the     • Under Vitt, LB Jonathan Vilma has consistently been one of the
  Eagles in 2006 and played with the Birds for five seasons before        NFL’s highest-performing linebackers. As linebackers coach, Vitt
  being traded to the Broncos on 8/1/11
                                                                          has helped Vilma lead the Saints in tackles three of the last four
• FB Jed Collins was signed as an undrafted free agent with the Ea-       seasons and has been selected to the Pro Bowl twice.
  gles in 2008 and spent time on the practice squad that season
• Mark Ingram, Sr., father of Saints RB Mark Ingram, played in          • Since 2006, Vitt has also helped LB Scott Shanle rack up 646 tack-
  Philadelphia in 1996                                                    les, the most of any Saints player during that time period
Area                                                                    • Prior joining the Saints, Vitt was the interim head coach of the St.
• T Demetress Bell played football and basketball at Northwestern         Louis Rams for the final 11 games on the 2005 season. Vitt pre-
  State and hails from Summerfield, LA                                    viously served as the team’s assistant head coach/linebackers
• Defensive coordinator Todd Bowles spent two years as the defen-         coach during his two-year tenure, and in 2005, helped LB Pisa
  sive coordinator/defensive backs coach at Grambling State from          Tinoisamoa first on the team in tackles and second in pass de-
  1998-99                                                                 flections
• Quarterbacks coach Doug Pederson played his college ball at           • Prior NFL coaching experience: St. Louis Rams (Assistant Head
  Northeast Louisiana University from 1987-90
                                                                          Coach/Linebackers, 2004-05), Kansas City Chiefs (Linebackers
• Senior offensive assistant/wide receivers David Culley was the
  quarterbacks coach at Southwest Louisiana from 1985-88                  Coach, 2000-03), Green Bay Packers (Defensive Backs Coach,
                                                                          1999), Philadelphia Eagles (Linebackers Coach, 1995-98), Los An-
• Steve Spagnuolo spent time coaching the defensive line and spe-
  cial teams at Lafayette College from 1984-86                            geles Rams (Defensive Backs Coach, 1992-94), Seattle Seahawks
• Monroe, LA native and Eagles strength and conditioning coach            (SS/FS Coach, 1988-91, Assistant Linebackers Coach, 1983-87,
  Barry Rubin played and coached at both LSU and Northeast                and Strength/Quality Control Coach, 1982), and Baltimore Colts
  Louisiana University                                                    (Strength/Quality Control Coach, 1979-81)
• Saints G Jahri Evans attended Frankford HS in Philadelphia and
  played collegiately at Bloomsburg University if Bloomsburg, PA
• New Orleans WR Marques Colston hails from Harrisburg, PA and
  attended Susquehanna Township HS
College
• Eagles G Evan Mathis (2001-04), LB DeMeco Ryans (2002-05) and
  Saints S Roman Harper (2002-05) were all teammates at Alabama
• Eagles WR Jeremy Maclin and Saints QB Chase Daniel both re-
  ceived All-America honors with Missouri Tigers to Big 12 North ti-
  tles in 2007-08

              New Orleans Saints                  Overall: 16-11-0       Home: 8-3-0           Away: 8-8-0                Playoffs: 1-1

Date        Site      Result          Score      Date      Site         Result     Score       Date           Site         Result         Score
N-05-67     NO          L             24-31      N-09-80   NO             W        34-21       O-01-95        NO             W            15-10
N-19-67     Phila       W             48-21      O-11-81   NO             W        31-14       S-24-00        NO             W            21-7
D-08-68     Phila       W             29-17      D-11-83   Phila          L (OT)   17-20       N-23-03        Phila          W            33-20
O-26-69     Phila       W             13-10      O-06-85   NO             L        21-23       O-16-06        NO             L            24-27
N-30-69     NO          L             17-26      S-20-87   Phila          W        27-17       J-13-07      d NO             L            24-27
O-29-72     NO          L              3-21      D-18-89   NO             L        20-30       D-23-07        NO             W            38-23
O-27-74     NO          L             10-14      O-13-91   Phila          L         6-13       S-20-09        Phila          L            22-48
N-06-77     Phila       W             28-7       S-06-92   Phila          W        15-13
S-17-78     NO          W             24-17      J-03-93 w NO             W        36-20
S-16-79     NO          W             26-14      D-26-93   Phila          W        37-26

At Lincoln Financial Field: (1-1-0)           At Mercedes-Benz Superdome: (8-4-0)              w - NFC Wild Card Game; d - NFC Divisional Playoff
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                   THE LAST MEETING...                                                HOW THEY STACK UP IN 2012
                          Saints 48 - Eagles 22                                    Saints                                           Eagles
                Sept. 20, 2009 - Lincoln Financial Field                        27.1 (6th)       Points Per Game                 17.1 (t-28th)
The Eagles and Saints were tied, 10-10, heading into the final min-            388.6 (5th)         Total Offense                 363.4 (14th)
utes of the first half. But Saints QB Drew Brees connected with Mar-           72.6 (32nd)       Rushing Offense                 117.7 (10th)
ques Colston for his 2nd touchdown of the game with 43 seconds to              316.0 (1st)       Passing Offense                 245.7 (15th)
play, giving the Saints the lead for good at 17-10. The Eagles did re-
                                                                               30.9 (30th)   Points Allowed Per Game              22.1 (16th)
spond with a 32-yard field goal by David Akers as time expired in
the half to cut the lead to 17-13, but the game went downhill quickly         474.7 (32nd)         Total Defense                 339.6 (12th)
from there for the home squad. First, Ellis Hobbs fumbled the 2nd             170.1 (31st)       Rushing Defense                 110.4 (17th)
half kickoff and the Saints turned that into an 11-yard TD pass from          304.6 (30th)       Passing Defense                 229.1 (14th)
Brees to FB Heath Evans. On the ensuing possession, Kevin Kolb,                 43.3 (8th)     3rd Down Offense %                 42.0 (11th)
making his first NFL start in place of an injured Donovan McNabb               37.8 (13th)     3rd Down Defense %                  32.6 (4th)
(fractured rib), was intercepted by LB Scott Shanle. Four plays later,          0 (t-15th)        Turnover Ratio                   -9 (29th)
Saints RB Mike Bell scored on a 7-yard TD run, giving the Saints a
commanding 31-13 lead. New Orleans upped their lead to 21 points              THIS WEEK’S MATCHUP                      REID’S RECORDS
after a field goal by John Carney before Eagles WR Jason Avant
grabbed a 3-yard scoring pass from Kolb on a fourth down play late        • Overall Meeting: 28th             •    Road: 64-42-1
in the third stanza. But New Orleans scored on a 19-yard run by           • Eagles vs. Saints: 16-11          •    vs. Saints: 3-2
Reggie Bush early in the fourth quarter to seal the victory for the
                                                                          • Road: 8-8                         •    vs. Saints on road: 1-2
Saints, who also scored on a 97-yard interception return by Darren
Sharper in the final minutes of the contest. Kolb started quickly for     • vs. Vitt: 1st meeting             •    vs. Vitt: 1st meeting
the Eagles as he found Jackson for a 71-yard scoring play on just         • Biggest margin of victory: 27     •    vs. NFC: 98-62
the fourth play from scrimmage. That touchdown tied the game at             pts, W 48-21, N-19-67             •    vs. NFC on road: 47-33
7 after Brees connected with Colston for a 15-yard TD on the game’s       • Closest game: 2 pts. twice,       •    vs. NFC South: 16-9
opening possession.                                                         most recent 15-13 W, S-6-92       •    vs. NFC South on road: 7-5


                                            NOTABLE CAREER STATS VS. SAINTS
QB Michael Vick (5-2 record as a starter with Atlanta)                   WR DeSean Jackson
Passing                                                                  Date      P/S No.        Yds.      Avg.     Lg     TD
Date       W/L Att Cmp Pct.            Yds. TD INT            Rating     9/20/09   1/1   4        101       25.3     71t    1
10/27/02 W        24    16     66.7 195        0    0           91.5
11/17/02 W        23    11     47.8 160        2    1           81.8     DE Trent Cole
11/28/04 W        29    16     55.2 212        2    1           87.1     Date      P/S   S   A   T    Sac    Hur     Int   Yds   Lg    KD   FF FR
10/16/05 W        23    11     47.8 112        1    1           58.6     10/15/06 1/1    1   3   4    0.0    1       0     0     0     0    0   0
12/12/05 W        23    12     52.2 231        1    1           83.8     12/23/07 1/1    2   3   5    0.0    2       0     0     0     0    0   0
9/25/06    L      31    12     38.7 137        0    0           52.8     9/20/09 1/1     2   2   4    1.0    1       0     0     0     0    0   0
11/26/06 L        24    9      37.5 84         0    0           47.9     TOTALS 3/3      5   8   13   1.0    4       0     0     0     0    0   0
Totals     5-2    177 87       49.2 1131 6          4           71.6
                                                                         LB Akeem Jordan
                                                                         Date     P/S S      A   T    Sac    Hur     Int   Yds   Lg    KD   FF FR
Rushing                                                                  12/23/07 1/1 6      0   6    0.0    0       0     0     0     0    0   0
Date        W/L     P/S    Att.    Yds.   Avg.   Lg      TD              9/20/09 1/1 7       4   11   0.0    0       1     3     3     0    0   0
10/27/02    W       1/1    10      91     9.1    32t     2               TOTALS 2/2 13       4   17   0.0    0       1     3     3     0    0   0
11/17/02    W       1/1    7       55     7.9    32      1
11/28/04    W       1/1    10      69     6.9    16t     1               CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie
10/16/05    W       1/1    8       51     6.4    12      0               Date      P/S S A T     Sac Hur             Int   Yds   Lg    KD   FF FR
12/12/05    W       1/1    6       38     6.3    17t     2               1/16/09* 1/1 2 0 2      0.0 -               0     0     0     0    0   0
09/25/06    L       1/1    6       57     9.5    30      0               10/10/10 1/1 1 0 1      0.0 -               1     28    28t   2    0   0
11/26/06    L       1/1    12      166    13.8   51      0               TOTALS 2/2 3 0 3        0.0 -               1     28    28t   2    0   0
TOTALS              6/6    59      527    8.9    32      6               *Playoff game
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Date                    Opponent                 Result   Network   Date                    Opponent                 Result   Network
Mon., Nov. 23, 1970     NY Giants             W, 23-20    ABC       Sat., Jan. 11, 2003     Atlanta (NFCD)          W, 20-6   FOX
Mon., Oct. 2, 1972      NY Giants              L, 12-27   ABC       Mon., Sept. 8, 2003     Tampa Bay               L, 0-17   ABC
Mon., Sept. 23, 1974    Dallas                W, 13-10    ABC       Mon., Nov. 10, 2003     at Green Bay           W, 17-14   ABC
Mon., Nov. 3, 1975      LA Rams                 L, 3-42   ABC       Mon., Dec. 15, 2003     at Miami               W, 34-27   ABC
Mon., Sept. 27, 1976    Washington        L, 17-20 (OT)   ABC       Sat., Dec. 27, 2003     at Washington           W, 31-7   ESPN
Mon., Sept 10, 1979     Atlanta                L, 10-14   ABC       Mon., Sept. 20, 2004    Minnesota              W, 27-16   ABC
Mon., Nov. 12, 1979     at Dallas             W, 31-21    ABC       Mon., Nov. 15, 2004     at Dallas              W, 49-21   ABC
Mon., Sept. 22, 1980    NY Giants              W, 35-3    ABC       Sun., Dec. 12, 2004     at Washington          W, 17-14   ESPN
Thurs., Sept 17, 1981   at Buffalo            W, 20-14    ABC       Mon., Dec. 27, 2004     at St. Louis            L, 7-20   ABC
Mon., Oct. 5, 1981      Atlanta               W, 16-13    ABC       Mon., Sept. 12, 2005    at Atlanta             L, 10-14   ABC
Mon., Nov 30, 1981      at Miami               L, 10-13   ABC       Sun., Nov. 6, 2005      at Washington          L, 10-17   ESPN
Mon., Oct. 10, 1988     NY Giants             W, 24-13    ABC       Mon., Nov. 14, 2005     Dallas                 L, 20-21   ABC
Mon., Oct 2, 1989       at Chicago             L, 13-27   ABC       Mon., Dec. 5, 2005      Seattle                 L, 0-42   ABC
Mon., Dec. 18, 1989     at New Orleans         L, 20-30   ABC       Mon., Oct. 2, 2006      Green Bay               W, 31-9   ESPN
Sun., Sept. 9, 1990     at NY Giants           L, 20-27   TNT       Sun., Nov. 26, 2006     at Indianapolis        L, 21-45   NBC
Mon., Oct. 15, 1990     Minnesota             W, 32-24    ABC       Mon., Dec. 4, 2006      Carolina               W, 27-24   ESPN
Mon., Nov. 12, 1990     Washington            W, 28-14    ABC       Sat., Jan. 13, 2007     at N. Orleans (NFCD)   L, 24-27   FOX
Sun., Dec. 9, 1990      at Miami               L, 20-23   ESPN      Mon., Sept. 17, 2007    Washington             L, 12-20   ESPN
Mon., Sept. 30, 1991    at Washington           L, 0-23   ABC       Sun., Sept. 30, 2007    at NY Giants            L, 3-16   NBC
Mon., Nov. 4, 1991      NY Giants              W, 30-7    ABC       Sun., Nov. 4, 2007      Dallas                 L, 17-38   NBC
Mon., Dec. 2, 1991      at Houston Oilers      W, 13-6    ABC       Sun., Nov. 25, 2007     at New England         L, 28-31   NBC
Sun., Sept. 13, 1992    at Phoenix            W, 31-14    TNT       Mon., Sept. 15, 2008    at Dallas              L, 37-41   ESPN
Mon., Oct. 5, 1992      Dallas                 W, 31-7    ABC       Sun., Sept. 28, 2008    at Chicago             L, 20-24   NBC
Mon., Dec. 6, 1993      at Dallas              L, 17-23   ABC       Sun., Nov. 9, 2008      NY Giants              L, 31-36   NBC
Sun., Dec. 19, 1993     at Indianapolis       W, 20-10    ESPN      Thurs., Nov. 27, 2008   Arizona                W, 48-20   NFLN
Mon., Jan. 3, 1994      at San Fran.     W, 37-34 (OT)    ABC       Mon., Dec. 15, 2008     Cleveland              W, 30-10   ESPN
Mon., Sept. 12, 1994    Chicago               W, 30-22    ABC       Mon., Oct.26, 2009      at Washington          W, 27-17   ESPN
Sun., Oct. 9, 1994      Washington            W, 21-17    TNT       Sun., Nov. 8, 2009      Dallas                 L, 16-20   NBC
Mon., Oct. 24, 1994     Houston Oilers         W, 21-6    ABC       Sun., Nov. 22, 2009     at Chicago             W, 24-20   NBC
Sun., Sept. 10, 1995    at Arizona            W, 31-19    TNT       Sun., Dec. 13, 2009     at NY Giants           W, 45-38   NBC
Mon., Nov. 6, 1995      at Dallas              L, 12-34   ABC       Sat., Jan. 9, 2010      at Dallas (NFCW)       L, 14-34   NBC
Sun., Nov. 12, 1995     Denver                W, 31-13    ESPN      Sun., Oct. 10, 2010     at San Francisco       W, 27-24   NBC
Mon., Sept. 9, 1996     at Green Bay           L, 13-39   ABC       Mon., Nov. 15, 2010     at Washington          W, 59-28   ESPN
Sun., Sept. 22, 1996    at Atlanta            W, 33-18    TNT       Sun., Nov. 21, 2010     NY Giants              W, 27-17   NBC
Mon., Sept. 30, 1996    Dallas                 L, 19-23   ABC       Thurs., Dec. 2, 2010    Houston                W, 34-24   NFLN
Thurs., Dec. 5, 1996    at Indianapolis        L, 10-37   ESPN      Sun., Dec. 12, 2010     at Dallas              W, 30-27   NBC
Mon., Sept. 15, 1997    at Dallas              L, 20-21   ABC       Tues., Dec. 28, 2010    Minnesota              L, 14-24   NBC
Sun., Sept. 28, 1997    at Min                 L, 19-28   TNT       Sun., Sep. 18, 2011     at Atlanta             L, 31-35   NBC
Mon., Nov. 10, 1997     San Francisco          L, 12-24   ABC       Sun., Oct. 30, 2011     Dallas                  W, 34-7   NBC
Sun., Sept. 20, 1998    at Arizona              L, 3-17   ESPN      Mon., Nov. 7, 2011      Chicago                L, 24-30   ESPN
Mon., Nov. 2, 1998      Dallas                  L, 0-34   ABC       Sun., Nov. 20, 2011     at NY Giants           W, 17-10   NBC
Thurs., Dec. 3, 1998    St. Louis Rams        W, 17-14    ESPN      Thu., Dec. 1, 2011      at Seattle             L, 14-31   NFLN
Sun., Oct. 1, 2000      Atlanta               W, 38-10    ESPN      Sun., Sep. 30, 2012     vs. NY Giants          W, 19-17   NBC
Sun., Sept. 30, 2001    Dallas                W, 40-18    ESPN
Mon., Oct. 22, 2001     at NY Giants           W, 10-9    ABC       Regular Season: 52-38 , Playoffs: 1-2
Thurs., Nov. 29, 2001   at Kansas City        W, 23-10    ESPN      (NFCD) - NFC Divisional Playoff game
Sun., Jan. 6, 2002      at Tampa Bay          W, 17-13    ESPN      (NFCW) - NFC Wild Card Playoff game
Mon., Sept. 16, 2002    at Washington          W, 37-7    ABC
Mon., Oct. 28, 2002     NY Giants              W, 17-3    ABC       Record By Network: ABC 23-20 , ESPN 15-7, TNT 4-2, FOX 1-1,
Mon., Nov. 25, 2002     at San Francisco      W, 38-17    ABC       NBC 8-10, NFL Network 2-1
Sat., Dec. 21, 2002     at Dallas              W, 27-3    ESPN      Record on Monday: 28-24 (.538)
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ANDY REID                                                                      ANGRY BIRDS TAKING OVER PHILLY
Head Coach/Executive VP of Football Operations
14th year in Philadelphia
Overall Record: 139-94-1 (.596)

One of the longest-tenured and most successful coaches in profes-
sional sports, Andy Reid utilizes a passionate, yet workmanlike ap-
proach as the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. A former
offensive lineman at BYU, Reid still lives and works with those hum-
ble principles he learned during his time in the trenches.
    His vision, dedication, and organizational skills have been im-
peccable during his time in Philadelphia. For those reasons, he was
promoted to head coach/executive VP of football operations in 2001.
    Reid appreciates his time working for this city’s beloved football     The Eagles and Rovio Enterntainment, the creators of the worldwide
team, “I love Philadelphia. The fans, there is nothing like them. I was    phenomenon “Angry Birds,” announced a partnership in 2012 that
on the other side of that when I was at Green Bay coming in as an op-      was revealed by a virtual press conference with Andy Reid. This is
ponent. I always said, ‘boy you’d love to play for that crew there.’ The   Rovio’s first team sports partnership globally.
fans here are unbelievable. They’re fair. If we stink they let us know
we stink, if we’re doing okay they let us know we’re doing okay, but
they’re always there. My hat is off to them and that support is phe-         BEHIND THE SCENES WITH BIG RED...
nomenal, absolutely phenomenal.”                                           Favorite team growing up: Los Angeles Rams
    The results of Reid’s labor have been very tangible and quite re-      Favorite athlete growing up: Merlin Olsen and Deacon Jones
markable since taking over a 3-13 club on January 11, 1999. With           Biggest influence on your career: My brother and the coaches I’ve
139 wins during his Eagles tenure (including playoffs), Reid is 22nd           worked for and with
on the league’s all-time list. Along the way, he has earned NFL coach      On your iPod: Billy Price and Creedence Clearwater Revival
of the year honors three times, and compiled the best win total, win-      Favorite TV show of all-time: Happy Days and Welcome Back, Kot-
ning percentage, and playoff victory total (10) in team history. He has        ter
captured six division titles and five trips to the NFC Championship        Favorite Book: The Bible/Book of Mormon
game.                                                                      Favorite Movie: The Sting
                                                                           Favorite Web Site: PhiladelphiaEagles.com
   LONGEST TENURED COACHES IN THE PROS                                     If I was not in football, I’d be: In the medical field/teacher
Coach               Team (League)                    First season
Gregg Popovich      San Antonio Spurs (NBA)          1996-97               BIG RED’S BULLET POINTS:
Lindy Ruff          Buffalo Sabres (NHL)             1997-98               • Has the highest win total of any coach in club history
Barry Trotz         Nashville Predators (NHL)        1998-99
Andy Reid           Philadelphia Eagles (NFL)        1999                  • Became the 37th coach in NFL history to reach the 100-win
Mike Scioscia       Los Angeles Angels (MLB)         2000                    plateau, the 22nd coach to win 100 games with one franchise and
Bill Belichick      New England Patriots (NFL)       2000                    the 17th coach to reach 100 victories in first stint as a head coach
Ron Gardenhire      Minnesota Twins (MLB)            2002                  • Is just the fourth head coach to lead a team to 100-plus wins in a
                                                                             decade, joining Bill Belichick, Tom Landry and Don Shula
                  BACK TO HIS ROOTS ...                                    • His 10 playoff wins are most in team history and tied for 11th in
                                                                             league history
In 2012, Andy Reid was inducted into the                                   • Reached the 50-win milestone faster than any coach in team his-
John Marshall High School Athletic Hall of                                   tory (81 games). Dick Vermeil did so in 88 games
Fame in a ceremony that also included Pro
Football Hall of Fame defensive back Mike                                  • In his 20-year NFL coaching career, his teams have made the play-
Haynes. Marshall High School, located in the                                 offs 15 times (19-14 record). He has coached in the Super Bowl
              Los Feliz section of Los Ange-                                 three times and in the NFC Championship game eight times
              les was used as one of the                                   • Earned NFL coach of the year honors in 2000, 2002 and 2010
              backdrops for the legendary                                  • Is a member of the NFL's Coaches Subcommittee chaired by John
              movie “Grease.” It also is the                                 Madden
              alma mater of actor Leonardo                                 • Joined NFL coaches Marvin Lewis, John Fox and Brad Childress
              DiCaprio, will.i.am of the                                     on a USO tour of Germany and Afghanistan in July 2010. "I wish
              Black Eyed Peas, and Judge Lance Ito, who over-                everyone could experience this," said Reid, whose father served
              saw the O.J. Simpson trial. Each year, Marshall’s              in the Navy during World War II
              lineman of the year on their football team receives
              the “Andy Reid Trophy”.
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          REID’S COACHING TIMELINE                                                               COACHING TREE
1979-81     BYU                      *Tackle/Guard                             Over the years, Andy Reid has done a tremendous job of
1982        BYU                      Graduate Assistant                        putting together his coaching staff, understanding that having ef-
1983-85     San Francisco State      Offensive Coordinator                     fective assistant coaches is integral to the success of a football
                                     Offensive Line                            team. Here’s a list of former Reid assistants who are currently
1986        Northern Arizona         Offensive Line                            head coaches in the NFL:
1987-88     Texas-El Paso            Offensive Line                            Coach           Current Team Years                      Position
1989-91     Missouri                 Offensive Line                            John Harbaugh       Baltimore 2008-pres.            Head Coach
1992-96     Green Bay Packers        Tight Ends/Asst O-Line                    Leslie Frazier      Minnesota 2010-pres.            Head Coach
1997-98     Green Bay Packers        Quarterbacks                              Ron Rivera            Carolina 2011-pres.           Head Coach
1999-       Philadelphia             Head Coach                                Pat Shurmur         Cleveland 2011-pres.            Head Coach

      PRO BOWL SELECTIONS UNDER REID                                                          DISTINGUISHED COMPANY
During his tenure in Philadelphia, Andy Reid has coached                       Below is a list of the 11 instances in NFL history when a first-
29 different players to a total of 66 Pro Bowl berths, including 15            time head coach lasted 12-or-more seasons with the same club.
players with multiple selections: FS Brian Dawkins (7), QB Donovan             Head Coach        Tenure                Team     Overall Record
McNabb (6), K David Akers (5), CB Troy Vincent (5), LB Jeremiah                Curly Lambeau 29 yrs. (1921-49)         Green Bay 212-106-21
Trotter (4), TE Chad Lewis (3), T Tra Thomas (3), DE Hugh Douglas              Tom Landry        29 yrs. (1960-88)     Dallas       270-178-6
(3), CB Asante Samuel (3), T Jason Peters (3), RB Brian Westbrook              Chuck Noll        23 yrs. (1969-91)     Pittsburgh 209-156-1
(2), G Shawn Andrews (2), DE Trent Cole (2), CB Lito Sheppard (2),             Steve Owen        23 yrs. (1931-53)     NY Giants 153-108-17
and WR DeSean Jackson (2)                                                      Bud Grant         17 yrs. (1967-83)     Minnesota     161-99-5
                                                                               Jeff Fisher       17 yrs. (1994- 2010) Hou./Tenn.      147-126
                                               REID’S RECORD ...               Bill Cowher       15 yrs. (1992-2006) Pittsburgh      161-99-1
MOST WINS IN NFL                                                               Andy Reid         14 yrs. (1999-pres.) Philadelphia 139-94-1
                                        vs. NFC East        52-33 (.612)       Paul Brown        13 yrs. (1950-62)     Cleveland     115-49-5
1.    Don Shula            347
                                        vs. NFC             98-62 (.613)       Dan Reeves        12 yrs. (1981-92)     Denver        117-79-1
2.    George Halas         324
                                        vs. AFC           31-23-1 (.573)       Joe Gibbs         12 yrs. (1981-92)     Washington 140-65-0
3.    Tom Landry           270
                                        at Home             65-43 (.602)       bold – active coach
4.    Curly Lambeau        229
                                        on Road           64-42-1 (.603)
5.    Chuck Noll           209
6.    M. Schottenheimer    205
7.    Dan Reeves           201                          REID’S YEAR-BY-YEAR HEAD COACHING RECORD
8.    Bill Belichick       197
9.    Chuck Knox           193          Year      Regular Season      Playoffs   Overall Result
10.   Bill Parcells        183          1999      5-11 (.313)         0-0        5-11    5th in NFC East
11.   Mike Holmgren        174          2000      11-5 (.688)         1-1        12-6    2nd in NFC East; reached divisional playoffs
12.   Joe Gibbs            171          2001      11-5 (.688)         2-1        13-6    1st in NFC East; reached NFC Championship game
13.   Paul Brown           170          2002      12-4 (.750)         1-1        13-5    1st in NFC East; reached NFC Championship game
14.   Bud Grant            168
      Mike Shanahan        168          2003      12-4 (.750)         1-1        13-5    1st in NFC East; reached NFC Championship game
16.   Bill Cowher          161          2004      13-3 (.813)         2-1        15-4    1st in NFC East; reached Super Bowl 39
17.   Tom Coughlin         159          2005      6-10 (.375)         0-0        6-10    4th in NFC East
18.   Marv Levy            154          2006      10-6 (.625)         1-1        11-7    1st in NFC East; reached divisional playoffs
19.   Steve Owen           153          2007      8-8 (.500)          0-0        8-8     4th in NFC East
20.   Jeff Fisher          149
21.   Tony Dungy           148          2008      9-6-1 (.594)        2-1        11-7-1 2nd in NFC East; reached NFC Championship game
22.   Andy Reid            139          2009      11-5 (.688)         0-1        11-6    2nd in NFC East; reached wild card round
23.   Hank Stram           136          2010      10-6 (.625)         0-1        10-7    1st in NFC East; reached wild card round
24.   Weeb Ewbank          134          2011      8-8 (.500)          0-0        8-8     2nd in NFC East
25.   Mike Ditka           127          2012      3-4 (.429)                     3-4
bold – active coach                     TOTAL     129-85-1 (.602)     10-9       139-94-1 (.596)
note: includes playoff games

RECORD BY MONTH           September 26-21 (.553) ... October 29-24 (.547) ... November 33-21-1 (.609) ... December 38-15 (.717) ... January 3-5 (.375)
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             EAGLES RECORD WHEN ...                                          GETTING TO THE TOURNEY
TEAM                      UNDER REID (215 GAMES)    IN 2012   Reid’s tenure in Philadelphia has been one of the best in NFL his-
• At home                                   65-43       2-2   tory, and the numbers show that he puts his teams in position to
• On the road                             64-42-1       1-2   contend year in and year out
• Against NFC                               98-62       1-3   • Reid has led his team         PLAYOFF APPEARANCE PCT.
• Against AFC                             31-23-1       2-1     to the playoffs in nine
• Against NFC East                          52-33       1-0     out of his 13 seasons Coach                Yrs-Made        Pct.
• Scoring on opening drive                  56-14       0-0     (69%) while at the Tony Dungy              11-13          85%
• Scoring first                             81-22       2-0     helm of the Eagles, John Madden            8-10           80%
• Leading at half                          104-18       1-1     the fourth-best per- Bill Walsh            7-10           70%
• Leading after three quarters             100-21       2-1     centage all-time out Andy Reid             9-13           69%
• Winning time of possession              84-22-1       3-1     of coaches with five or Bud Grant          12-18          67%
• Winning turnover battle                   74-17       1-0     more playoff berths
• Out-rushing opponent                    82-31-1       3-1
• Out-passing opponent                    83-34-1       2-0                   WINNING CONSISTENTLY
• Out-gaining opponent                    95-29-1       3-1
                                                              With 11 out of his 13 seasons with Philadelphia ending with a .500-
OFFENSE                             UNDER REID      IN 2012
                                                              or-better winning percentage, Reid has shown his ability to keep
• 40%+ 3rd down conversions                 68-25       2-3
                                                              his team competitive regardless of the circumstances during the
• 50%+ 3rd down conversions                  37-7       0-0
                                                              season
• Not throwing an INT                       60-27       1-3
                                                              • Having been at-or-above .500 84.6% of the time, only seven
• Having a 300-yard passer                30-12-1       2-1
                                                                coaches in the history of the NFL with as many seasons have had
• Having a 100+ yard rusher                 41-12       2-0
                                                                a better percentage: George Allen (12-12, 100%), Vince Lombardi
• Having a 100+ yard receiver               47-17       1-1
                                                                (10-10, 100%), John Madden (10-10, 100%), Don Shula (31-33,
• Having two 100+ yard receivers              7-1       1-0
                                                                93.9%), Tony Dungy (12-13, 92.3%), Paul Brown (11-12, 91.6%),
• Having no turnovers                       26-13       1-1
                                                                and Curly Lambeau (26-29, 89.7%)
• Scoring 20+ points                       104-30       1-1
                                                              • Of the nine head coaches who have lasted 13-or-more seasons at
• Scoring 30+ points                         57-3       0-0
                                                                their first head coaching job, only Curly Lambeau has had a
• Rushing for 150+ yards                     41-9       2-0
                                                                higher percentage of non-losing seasons (89.7%) than Reid
• Having 20+ first downs                    74-28       3-2
• Not allowing a sack                        14-6       0-0
• Allowing two or fewer sacks             80-38-1       3-0
                                                                                 STAYING EVEN KEEL
DEFENSE                             UNDER REID      IN 2012   Reid’s Philadelphia squads have been known for staying even keel,
• Having 2+ INTs                            53-13       1-0   not getting too high after wins or too low after losses. As a result,
• Having 3+ turnovers                       55-10       1-0   his teams have been able to ignite winning streaks and avoid
• Opponents less than 40% on 3rd down     99-37-1       3-1   slumps.
• Opponents less than 30% on 3rd down     68-14-1       3-1   • The Eagles have posted a 67-39        RECORDS AFTER A LOSS
• Scoring a defensive TD                     29-7       0-0     record (.632) the week after                SINCE 2000
• Returning an INT for a TD                  19-4       0-0     wins. Their ability to capitalize Team               Record Pct.
• Returning a fumble for a TD                10-3       0-0     on a win the week before has al- New England          38-15 .717
• Recording 3+ sacks                      75-24-1       0-1     lowed the Eagles to string to- Pittsburgh             44-21 .677
• Recording 5+ sacks                       26-4-1       0-0     gether 19 winning streaks of Philadelphia           43-24-1 .640
• Allowing 17 or fewer points             90-20-1       2-1     three or more games during Baltimore                  48-27 .640
• Allowing 10 or fewer points                49-3       0-0     Reid’s tenure
• Allowing a 100-yard rusher                26-24       0-0   • Philadelphia is also strong coming off of a loss. Since 2000, Reid
• Not allowing a 100-yard rusher         102-62-1       3-4     has effectively rallied his troops to a 43-24-1 (.640) mark when
• Allowing a 100-yard receiver            41-25-1       1-3     losing the game before
• Not allowing a 100-yard receiver          89-59       2-1
• Allowing a 300-yard passer                13-15       1-1
• Not allowing a 300-yard passer         115-70-1       2-3
• Not allowing a rushing TD               88-28-1       2-2
• Not allowing a passing TD                 45-16       1-1
• Not allowing an offensive TD               28-3       1-0
SPECIAL TEAMS                       UNDER REID      IN 2012
• Having a KR or PR TD                        8-3       0-0
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       2012 WEEK-BY-WEEK NFL RANKINGS                                                   STRONG ON BOTH SIDES
                    OFFENSE                          DEFENSE            The Philadelphia Eagles under Andy Reid have been historically
           Total      Rush  Pass           Total       Rush  Pass       strong on both sides of the ball and are off to another strong start
Week 1       2          6     6              1          17     1        in this category in 2012.
Week 2       1          8     2              4          15     4        • Since 2006, the Birds are first in the NFC and second in the
Week 3       5          8     8              5          16     3           league with a 55.9 yards per game differential. They average
                                                                           372.1 yards/game on offense and give up an average of 316.2
Week 4       5          7    10              6          12     7
                                                                           yards/game on defense
Week 5      11         10    13              8          12     9
Week 6      11         11    13             12          15    15                     YARDS/GAME DIFFERENTIAL SINCE 2006
Week 7       7         10    13             12          14    15                     Team             Gained    Allowed    Diff
Week 8      14         10    15             12          17    14                     Pittsburgh       349.2     276.1      73.1
                                                                                     Philadelphia     372.1     316.2      55.9
                                                                                     New England      388       334.5      53.5
                   BETTER AFTER THE BYE                                              New Orleans      400.3     347.2      53.1
After the bye week, the            REID’S CAREER BEFORE AND                          Dallas           369.4     320.5      48.9
Philadelphia Eagles under               AFTER BYE WEEK
Reid have shown a knack for                                             • In 2012, the Eagles rank fourth in the NFC in yards per game dif-
posting impressive results.      Year    Before (pct.)   After (pct.)     ferential (23.8) after averaging 363.4 yards of offense and allow-
                                 1999     4-11 (.267) 1-0-0 (1.000)       ing 339.6 yards per game defensively
• Philadelphia is 84-40-1
                                 2000     10-5 (.667) 1-0-0 (1.000)
  after the bye week under                                                           NFC YARDS/GAME DIFFERENTIAL IN 2012
                                 2001      2-2 (.500)   9-3-0 (.750)
  Reid, one of the best marks                                                        Team              Gained    Allowed    Diff
                                 2002      3-2 (.600)   9-2-0 (.818)
  in the league                                                                      San Francisco     369       271.4      97.6
                                 2003      0-2 (.000) 12-2-0 (.857)
• Since 2008, the Eagles are     2004     4-0 (1.000)   9-3-0 (.750)                 Dallas            383.3     292.4      90.9
  27-15-1 (.640) after the bye   2005      3-2 (.600)   3-8-0 (.273)                 Detroit           407.6     326.4      81.2
                                 2006      4-4 (.500)   6-2-0 (.750)                 Philadelphia      363.4     339.6      23.8
                                 2007      1-3 (.250)   7-5-0 (.583)                 Atlanta           365.7     353.3      12.4
                                 2008      3-3 (.500)   6-3-1 (.650)
                                 2009      2-1 (.667)   9-4-0 (.692)
                                 2010      4-3 (.571)   6-3-0 (.667)
                                 2011      2-4 (.250)     6-4 (.600)
                                 2012      3-3 (.500)     0-1 (.000)
                                 Overall 45-45 (.500) 84-40-1 (.676)



                                   YEAR-BY-YEAR NFL RANKINGS UNDER ANDY REID
                        OFFENSE                                         DEFENSE                                   POINTS/GAME
          Total (Rk)    Rush (Rk)       Pass (Rk)         Total (Rk)    Rush (Rk)      Pass (Rk)         For (Rk) Against (Rk) Diff (Rk)
1999      239.4 (30)    109.1 (17)      130.3 (31)        341.4 (24)    125.1 (28)     216.3 (15)       17.0 (25)   22.3 (22) -5.3 (25)
2000      312.9 (17)    117.6 (15)      195.3 (20)        301.1 (10)    114.4 (20)      186.9 (7)       21.9 (12)    15.3 (4)   6.6 (6)
2001      307.7 (17)    111.1 (14)      196.6 (20)         293.8 (7)    114.8 (18)      179.0 (2)       21.4 (10)    13.0 (2)   8.4 (3)
2002      350.3 (10)     138.8 (7)      211.5 (19)         297.1 (4)     103.8 (9)      193.4 (7)        25.9 (4)    15.1 (2)  10.9 (1)
2003      314.7 (18)     125.9 (9)      188.8 (20)        331.7 (20)    129.4 (22)     202.3 (16)       23.4 (11)    17.9 (7)   5.4 (8)
2004       351.1 (9)    102.4 (24)       248.7 (7)        319.7 (10)    118.9 (16)     200.8 (12)        24.1 (8)    16.2 (2)   7.9 (4)
2005      319.3 (19)     89.5 (28)       229.8 (8)        325.4 (23)    117.7 (21)     207.7 (21)       19.4 (18)   24.2 (27) -4.9 (24)
2006       381.4 (2)    124.0 (11)       247.6 (3)        328.1 (15)    136.4 (26)      191.7 (9)        24.9 (6)   20.5 (15)   4.4 (8)
2007       358.1 (6)     123.4 (8)      234.7 (10)        311.4 (10)      95.8 (7)     215.6 (18)       21.0 (17)    18.8 (9)  2.2 (11)
2008       350.5 (9)    106.1 (22)       244.4 (6)         274.3 (3)      92.3 (4)      182.1 (3)        26.0 (6)    18.1 (4)   7.9 (4)
2009      357.9 (11)    102.3 (22)      255.6 (10)        321.1 (12)    104.7 (14)     216.4 (17)        26.8 (5)   21.0 (19)  5.7 (10)
2010      389.4 (2)     145.4 (5)       243.9 (9)         327.2 (12)    110.4 (15)     216.8 (t14)       27.4 (3)   23.6 (t21)  3.9 (9)
2011      399.1 (4)     142.3 (5)       256.9 (9)          324.9 (8)    112.6 (16)     212.3 (10)        24.8 (8)   20.5 (10)   4.3 (9)
2012      363.4 (14)    117.7 (10)      245.7 (15)        339.6 (12)    110.4 (17)     229.1 (14)       17.1 (t28) 22.1 (16)    -5 (25)
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MARTY MORNHINWEG                                 BOBBY APRIL                                    DAVID CULLEY
Asst. Head Coach/Off Coord.                      Special Teams Coordinator                      Sr. Offensive Asst/Receivers
10th year in Philadelphia                        3rd year in Philadelphia                       14th year in Philadelphia

Known as one of the top offensive minds in       One of the most highly-regarded special        • Under his direction, DeSean Jackson
the league, Mornhinweg has put together          teams coaches in the NFL, April spent six        became the first player in NFL history to
record-setting performances for two differ-      seasons with Buffalo (2004-09) and guided        earn a Pro Bowl berth as both a receiver
ent franchises (San Francisco and Philadel-      their special teams to the #1 ranking in the     and a return man in 2009. Jackson
phia) in the role of offensive coordinator. In   NFL 3 times, according to the intricate          garnered his 2nd Pro Bowl in 2010
2011, the Eagles offense set franchise           system compiled annually by esteemed           • Jeremy Maclin caught more passes (189)
records in total net yards (6,386)               Dallas Morning News columnist Rick               in his first 3 seasons as an Eagle than any
• In 2010, the Eagles set a franchise record     Gosselin.                                        one besides TE Keith Jackson (194)
  in points for the 3rd consecutive year and     • Integrated a rookie kicker and punter in     • Coached in six conference championship
  earned NFL assistant coach of the year           2011. K Alex Henery set a team and NFL         games as an NFL assistant
  honors from Pro Football Weekly                  rookie record with a 88.9 FG %
                                                                                                • As QBs coach at Southwestern Louisiana,
• Five QBs have earned Pro Bowl status           • Was twice named special teams coach of         tutored former Eagle Brian Mitchell as he
  working under him: Michael Vick,                 the year by his peers in 2004 and 2008         became the first player in NCAA history
  Donovan McNabb, Steve Young, Jeff
                                                 • Helped the Steelers earn a trip to the         to pass for over 5,000 yards and rush for
  Garcia and Brett Favre
                                                   Super Bowl in 1995 as their special teams      over 3,000 yards in a career
• Served as head coach of the Detroit Lions        coordinator
  from 2001-02
                                                 • Son, Bobby April, III, was named Eagles
                                                                                                TOM MELVIN
• In 1996, tutored Packers quarterbacks as         defensive quality control coach in 2011      Tight Ends
  Favre captured MVP honors in leading his                                                      14th year in Philadelphia
  team to a Super Bowl 31 championship           BOBBY APRIL, III
• Also coached with Andy Reid at Green           Defensive Quality Control                      • Was recruited by Bill Parcells as a
  Bay, Texas-El Paso and Missouri                2nd year in Philadelphia                         quarterback at Vanderbilt
• Was elected to the Grizzly Sports Hall of                                                     • Played a key role in the development of
  Fame at the University of Montana and          • The son of the Eagles special teams            Brent Celek, who has caught 223 passes
  the Oak Grove HS Hall of Fame                    coordinator, he previously coached at          and 19 TDs in his five-year career
                                                   Nicholls State and Portland State            • Was an o-lineman at San Francisco State
• Earned Northern California HS player of
  the year honors at Oak Grove, where Mike       • Was believed to be the youngest                and his position coach was Andy Reid
  Holmgren served as an assistant coach            coordinator in college football while at     • His cousin, Bob Melvin, a former MLB
                                                   Portland State (25 years old)                  catcher, is the manager of Oakland A’s
TODD BOWLES
Defensive Coordinator                            MIKE CALDWELL
                                                                                                HOWARD MUDD
                                                 Linebackers
1st year in Philadelphia                                                                        Offensive Line
                                                 5th year in Philadelphia
                                                                                                2nd year in Philadelphia
Named defensive coordinator on 10/16/12
after serving as the Eagles secondary coach      • Enjoyed an 11-year NFL career as a           • One of the most revered O-line coaches
for the first six games. He was the assistant      linebacker with Cleveland, Baltimore,          in NFL history, Mudd joined the Eagles in
head coach/secondary coach for 4 seasons           Arizona,   Philadelphia  (1998-2001),          2011 after a one-year retirement
with the Dolphins (2008-11) prior to being         Chicago, and Carolina
                                                                                                • Mudd’s revamped line in 2011 (4 new
named interim head coach for the team’s          • Voted by his teammates as the Eagles           starters) helped Eagles post team-record
final 3 games in 2011, posting a 2-1 record.       special teams MVP in 1998                      6,386 total net yards and an All-Pro
• Also worked with Dallas (2005-07),             • Served as an intern coach during the           campaign for RB LeSean McCoy
  Cleveland (2001-04) and NY Jets (2000).          Eagles 2007 training camp, working with      • In 12-year stint in Indy (1998-2009),
  Coached 3 Pro Bowlers in Dallas: Roy             the team's linebackers                         helped Colts earn Super Bowl crown in
  Williams, Ken Hamlim, Terence Newman
                                                 • Niece, Nikki, is the head women’s              2006 and post the most regular season
• Played 8 seasons as a DB in the NFL with         basketball coach at LSU                        wins in a decade (115) in NFL history
  Washington and San Francisco and was a
                                                                                                • His troops helped protect 4-time league
  member of the Redskins Super Bowl XXII
                                                                                                  MVP Peyton Manning and paved the way
  championship team
                                                                                                  for two rushing titles by Edgerrin James
• Worked under legendary coach Eddie
                                                                                                • Was a three-time Pro Bowl starting guard
  Robinson at Grambling State (1998-99)
                                                                                                  (1966-68) and was named to the NFL’s
• A native of Elizabeth, NJ, played                                                               All-Decade team of the 1960’s. Played for
  collegiately at Temple                                                                          the 49ers (1964-69) and Bears (1969-71)
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 MATT NAGY                                     JIM WASHBURN                                        MICHAEL ZORDICH
 Offensive Quality Control                     Defensive Line                                      Secondary/Safeties
 2nd year in Philadelphia                      2nd year in Philadelphia                            3rd year in Philadelphia

• A native of Lancaster, PA, set over 20       • Regarded by many observers as the best            • Prior to joining the Eagles as a coaching
  records as a QB at the University of           D-line coach in the league, joined Eagles           intern in 2009, was hired by Youngstown
  Delaware, including career yards and TDs       in 2011 after 12-year tenure in Tennessee           State as a safeties coach early in 2009.
• Played six seasons in the Arena Football     • In his first year in Philly, the Eagles led the     Also worked as a defensive assistant at
  League from 2002-08                            NFL with 50 sacks, 46 of which came from            Cardinal Mooney HS in Youngstown from
                                                 the defensive line. DE Jason Babin                  2003-08
 DOUG PEDERSON                                   notched a career-high 18 and earned his           • A 9th round draft choice of the San Diego
 Quarterbacks                                    second trip to the Pro Bowl                         Chargers in 1986, Zordich played in 185
 4th year in Philadelphia                      • During his time with the Titans, they               games for the New York Jets, Phoenix
                                                 ranked 7th in the NFL in sacks and 5th in           Cardinals and the Eagles (1994-98) and
• Promoted to his current post in 2011 after     rushing yards allowed, while helping                recorded 810 tackles, 20 interceptions,
  spending first two seasons as offensive        them earn six playoff berths, three divi-           five sacks and four touchdowns
  quality control coach                          sion titles and one AFC championship              • Earned All-America honors at Penn State,
• In first year as QBs coach in 2011, the      • Tutored five D-linemen to 11 Pro Bowls:             where he was part of their 1982 National
  Eagles set franchise record in yards           Babin, Kyle Vanden Bosch, Kevin Carter,             Championship squad
  (6,386) while Michael Vick posted career       Albert Haynesworth, Jevon Kearse
                                                                                                   • His son, Michael, is a fullback at Penn
  highs in passing yards (3,303), attempts     • His son, Brady, was a D-lineman at Clem-            State, and his son, Alex is a quarterback
  (423) and completions (253)                    son and his other son, Jeremiah, was an             at the University of Buffalo
                                                 O-lineman at Arkansas and is an assistant
• Compiled 40-11 record as head coach and
                                                 O-line coach with the Detroit Lions               BARRY RUBIN
  asst. athletic director of Calvary Baptist
                                                                                                   Head Strength & Conditioning
  Academy in Shreveport, LA (2005-08)           TED WILLIAMS
• During his NFL career, backed up Dan          Running Backs                                      5th year in Philadelphia
  Marino, Brett Favre and Donovan McNabb        18th year in Philadelphia                          • Spent his first 2 seasons in Philadelphia
• A 12-year NFL veteran, signed as a rookie                                                          as a strength and conditioning assistant
  free agent with the Dolphins in 1991 and     • Under his tutelage, LeSean McCoy
  played with Miami, Green Bay,                  developed into an All-Pro player in 2011          • Previously served as the head strength
  Philadelphia (1999), and Cleveland             with 1,309 rushing yards and team-record            and conditioning coach of the Green Bay
                                                 20 total touchdowns (17 on the ground)              Packers from 1999-2005
 DUCE STALEY                                                                                       • In 2003, was inducted into the USA
                                               • In addition, McCoy ranked 4th in the NFL
 Special Teams Quality Control                                                                       Strength and Conditioning Coaches Hall
                                                 with 1,672 total yards from scrimmage in
 2nd year in Philadelphia                        2010 and broke the Eagles rookie rushing            of Fame for his contributions to the field
                                                 record with 637 yards in 2009                     RICK BURKHOLDER
• Gained 5,785 yards during his 10-year        • Tutored a 1,000-yard rusher eight times           Head Athletic Trainer
  NFL career with Philadelphia (1997-2003)       during his tenure in Philadelphia (three by
  and Pittsburgh (2004-06)                                                                         14th year in Philadelphia
                                                 Staley, two by Brian Westbrook and
• A 3rd round draft pick of Eagles in 1997,      McCoy and one by Ricky Watters)
  ranks 4th on team’s all-time rushing list.                                                       • Joined Eagles in 1999 after six seasons as
                                               • In 2009, Leonard Weaver became 2nd                  assistant athletic trainer with the Steelers
  Is one of two Eagles to top the 200-yard
                                                 Eagle FB ever to earn Pro Bowl honors
  rushing mark in a game (Steve Van Buren)                                                         • Burkholder and his staff were voted by
• Earned a Super Bowl championship ring        • A basketball and baseball star at                   their NFL peers as the Athletic Training
  with the Steelers in 2005                      Centennial High School in Compton, CA,              Staff of the Year in 2010
                                                 earned a place in the Cal Poly-Pomona
• His Eagle teammates voted him offensive                                                          • A Carlisle, PA, native, was influenced by
                                                 University baseball Hall of Fame
  MVP three times (1998, ‘99, and 2002)                                                              his father, Richard, a long-time athletic
                                                                                                     trainer at Carlisle HS, and his mother,
                                                                                                     Nancy, a registered nurse
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JEFFREY LURIE                                                                BEHIND THE SCENES WITH LURIE ...
Chairman/Chief Executive Officer
                                                                          Favorite Philadelphia restaurants: Osteria, Tinto and
16th year in Philadelphia                                                    Blackfish
Overall Record: 169-130-2 (.564)                                          Favorite Philadelphia breakfast spot: Honey's Sit N Eat
                                                                          On your iPod: ranges from The Doors to Bob Marley to Shakira
Driven by a tireless pursuit of a Super Bowl championship for the         First concert attended: Beach Boys
city of Philadelphia, Jeffrey Lurie has shaped the Eagles into one of     Favorite team growing up: Red Sox, Celtics
the most successful organizations in professional sports on and off       Favorite player growing up: Bobby Orr
the field. Along the way he has fueled energy, optimism, and pride        Favorite TV shows of all time: Hogan’s Heroes, The Fugitive, 24
throughout the entire organization, and has provided first-class          Favorite books: The Kite Runner, Book of Daniel
working facilities along with a family atmosphere.                        Favorite all-time movies:The Great Escape, The Godfather Part II
    Taking over a franchise that made the playoffs just 14 times in a     Favorite recent movie: The Ghost Writer, Slumdog Millionaire
62-year span (23%), the Eagles have been a perennial Super Bowl           Favorite dog breeds: Bernese Mountain Dog, Wheaten Terrier
contender under Lurie, earning playoff berths in 11 of his 17 years
as owner (65%). In fact, only three teams have made more playoff                     EAGLES RECORDS UNDER LURIE
appearances than the Eagles since 1995, Lurie’s first full season as
owner. The Eagles have a greater overall winning percentage and           Since 1995           W-L-T     PCT    Since 2000           W-L-T     PCT
appeared in more playoff games (22) and won more (11) than any            New England       207-101-0    .672   New England        160-62-0    .721
other ownership group in team history.                                    Green Bay         195-109-0    .641   Pittsburgh         143-73-1    .661
    Along the way, the Eagles have captured six NFC East division         Pittsburgh        192-111-1    .633   Indianapolis       140-77-0    .645
                                                                          Indianapolis      179-123-0    .593   Philadelphia       134-83-1    .617
crowns in a span of 11 years. From 2000-09, the Eagles won an
                                                                          Denver            171-123-0    .582   Green Bay          132-82-0    .617
NFC-best 103 regular season games and 10 playoff contests, while          Philadelphia      169-130-2    .566   Baltimore          131-85-0    .606
capturing five division titles (trailing only New England's 6). As such   Baltimore         155-124-1    .555   NY Giants          123-92-0    .572
the Eagles became just the 13th team to top the century mark in           * including playoffs                  * including playoffs
wins over the course of one decade.
                                                                                HISTORY OF EAGLES OWNERS ...
LURIE’S LANDMARKS:
• He and Christina Weiss Lurie served as executive producers of           Under Lurie, the Eagles have a greater overall winning
  the 2010 documentary film Inside Job which earned the Academy           percentage and appeared in more playoff games and won more
  Award for Best Documentary                                              than any other ownership group in team history
• The Eagles, based on the work of EYP, Tackling Breast Cancer,           Owners              Years    Playoffs   Reg. Season
  and Go Green! initiatives, earned the coveted 2011 Sport Team of        Jeffrey Lurie     1995-pres. 11-11 158-119-2 (.570)
  the Year award by Beyond Sport, a global organization that pro-         Norman Braman      1985-94     1-4     86-72-1 (.544)
  motes, develops and funds the use of sport to create positive so-       Alexis Thompson    1941-48     2-1     38-36-5 (.513)
                                                                          James P. Clark     1949-63     2-0     87-91-6 (.489)
  cial change across the world. They were a finalist for that award
                                                                          Leonard Tose       1969-84     3-4    96-129-6 (.429)
  in 2010
                                                                          Jerry Wolman       1964-68     0-0     28-41-1 (.407)
• Under his direction, the Eagles Go Green! program was a ground-         Bert Bell/Lud Wray 1933-40     0-0     19-65-3 (.236)
  breaking initiative to better the environment by creating and sus-
  taining programs that improve the quality of life in the                                       DECADE OF SUCCESS
  Philadelphia region, green the environment and reduce the team’s
  impact on the planet                                                    In the decade of the 2000s, the Eagles were one of the most suc-
• Lurie is a director of the NLM Family Foundation, which devotes         cessful teams in the NFL, owning the 3rd-best regular season
  much of their resources to autism research and education. NLM           mark (103-56-1, .647) and 4th best overall mark (113-63-1, .641).
  co-funded a short documentary film entitled Autism Is A World           • Only six teams in the history of the NFL won more regular sea-
  that received nomination for a 2005 Academy Award                         son games in a single decade than Philadelphia’s 103
• The Lurie Family Foundation was also established by Jeffrey and         • The Eagles advanced to the playoffs eight times in the 2000s,
  Christina Weiss Lurie with an emphasis on health issues, espe-            becoming one of 10 teams in NFL history to do so. Only the
  cially in the areas of autism and cancer research                         Colts (9 in 2000s) and the Cowboys (9 in 1970s) made more
• Serves as chairman of the Los Angeles Stadium Working Group               playoff appearances in any decade
  Committee, in addition to sitting on the NFL's Finance Committee,                 MOST REGULAR SEASON WINS IN A DECADE
  Broadcast Committee, International Committee, and the Super
  Bowl Advisory Committee                                                  Indianapolis          2000s    115   San Francisco          1980s   104
• Was named NFL owner of the year by The Sporting News in 1995             San Francisco         1990s    113   Philadelphia*          2000s   103
  and by Pro Football Insider in 2000                                      New England*          2000s    112   Buffalo                1990s   103
                                                                           Dallas*               1970s    105   *all with same head coach
                                                                           Miami*                1970s    104
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DON SMOLENSKI                                                            HOWIE ROSEMAN
President                                                                General Manager
15th year in Philadelphia                                                13th year in Philadelphia

A longtime leader in the Eagles front office and a                       The youngest, but one of the most aggressive gen-
veteran sports executive, Smolenski was named the club’s presi-          eral managers in the league, Roseman is in his 13th season in
dent in June, 2012. His promotion capped a steady rise through the       Philadelphia and his 3rd as the Eagles GM. His tenacity, creativity
executive ranks of one of the NFL’s premier franchises.                  and ability to develop and nurture positive relationships in every part
    Smolenski directs the club’s business and strategic efforts, in-     of his job has played a significant role in Roseman’s ascent within
cluding sales, marketing, communications and operations. He is           the Eagles organization.
known for his collaborative, easygoing style, financial acumen and           The Brooklyn, NY, native relentlessly pursued jobs in the front
long-term view and for playing a key role in significant projects from   office of an NFL team and finally got his foot in the door with the
the construction of Lincoln Financial Field to the club’s interna-       Eagles in 2000 as salary cap/staff counsel, and eventually worked
tionally recognized environmental and philanthropic programs.            his way up to his dream job. Roseman was elevated to director of
    He joined the Eagles in 1998 as the club’s Chief Financial Officer   football administration in 2003 and to vice president of football ad-
and was later promoted to Senior Vice President/Chief Financial Of-      ministration in 2006.
ficer. In 2010 he was named the club’s Chief Operating Officer.          SCOUTING UP ROSEMAN:
    Smolenski is also a driving force in the team’s environmental ini-   • His aggressive nature has fueled a whopping 31 trades since 2010.
tiatives. Through its Go Green! program, the Eagles have emerged           In addition, the Eagles have drafted a league-high 33 players over
as a leader in environmental stewardship. The team has become a            that time frame. Nineteen of those players are on the team’s cur-
green leader in the sports industry through its conservation efforts,      rent roster
recycling programs, and use of renewable energy.                         • Since Roseman became the team’s vice president of player per-
                                                                           sonnel in 2009, the Eagles have added several key players to their
 “This guy has an air mattress in his office and it’s been used            arsenal, including Pro Bowlers Jason Peters, Michael Vick,
 every time we’ve had a crisis at the stadium. He’s a ‘one of              LeSean McCoy, and Jason Babin. Several other prominent
 us’ kind of guy and a team player extraordinaire. He’s                    starters - DeMeco Ryans, Nnamdi Asomugha and Dominique
 smart, nice, of very sound judgement, and savvy, I just think             Rodgers-Cromartie and Evan Mathis - have been acquired under
 he’s going to do a wonderful job.”                                        his guidance
                        - Eagles Chairman/CEO Jeffrey Lurie              • In the 2012 offseason, the Eagles made it a priority to retain the
 “I’m fired up for Don Smolenski for having a dream come                   services of many of their own players and he aggressively nego-
 true. What a great opportunity to happen to a great person                tiated and inked long-term deals for DeSean Jackson, McCoy,
 that cares about the city of Philadelphia and cares about the             Trent Cole, Todd Herremans, Mathis and Cullen Jenkins. He also
 Philadelphia Eagles. The sky is the limit for him.”                       engineered a blockbuster trade for Ryans, a two-time All-Pro
                                                                           linebacker, and signed free agent LT Demetress Bell just days
                               - Eagles Head Coach Andy Reid
                                                                           after learning of the Achilles injury suffered by the All-Pro Peters
                                                                         • From 2010-11, his drafts produced 126 overall starts entering
                 FLY EAGLES FLY                                            2012, the 6th highest total in the entire league during that span
                                                                         • Also active in the community, he donates tickets to the Federation
This summer, Smolenski and
                                                                           Allied Jewish Appeal as well as to soldiers from the McGuire and
Roseman embarked on a four-
                                                                           Dover Air Force bases. For his continued efforts with the military,
hour, mid-air refueling mission
                                                                           he was named Honorary Commander for the Joint Base McGuire-
over the Atlantic Ocean with pilots
                                                                           Dix-Lakehurst. He also delivers toys several times per year to pa-
from the Joint Base, McGuire-
                                                                           tients at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Dix-Lakehurst. Traveling at a
speed of 350 mph and at an alti-
tude of 25,000 feet, their KC-10                                          “He’s one of the brightest young guys in the league. I’m very
jet refueled two F-16 fighter jets                                        excited about what he brings to the table.”
with 5,000 pounds of fuel as well                                                                - Eagles Chairman/CEO Jeffrey Lurie
as another KC-10.                                                         “Howie and I get along well, we have a great relationship.
                                                                          Howie is obviously sharp, and he puts in tremendous hours
                                                                          and effort to do his job to the best of his ability. Howie and
                                                                          I have already started things off over the last few years
                                                                          here working together and he’s done a phenomenal job.
                                                                          You’ve seen that in this last draft here and in most recent
                                                                          work as far as signing some of our players.”
                                                                                                        - Eagles Head Coach Andy Reid
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                        CLOSE CALLS                                                    SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY
Over the last few years, the Eagles have been able to hang tough in    The Eagles own a 16-9 (.640) record against teams in the current
close games to pull out a victory, showing their flare for the dra-    NFC South during Reid’s tenure, the best winning percentage
matic in 2012 by engineering three wins of two points or less.         against any of the NFC divisions.     REID VS. NFC DIVISIONS
• Since 2009, the Eagles are 9-4 in GAMES DECIDED BY 3 PTS OR          • Reid has engineered a prolific
  games that are decided by a field        LESS SINCE 2009               98-62 (.613) record against the Division               Record
  goal or less, which is tied for                                        NFC, giving the Eagles the sec-   NFC South         16-9 (.640)
  third in the league. The Eagles Team                Record Pct.        ond-best mark for an NFC team NFC North             15-9 (.625)
  nine wins are tied for the most Seattle                5-2 .714        against the conference during NFC East             52-33 (.612)
  during that span                   NY Giants           7-3 .700        that span                         NFC West         19-14 (.576)
• Overall, the Eagles have posted Phi., 3 others         9-4 .692      • Since 2007, the Eagles own a 6-3 record against the NFC South
  a 46-42-1 record in games de-
  cided by seven points or less since 2000
                                                                                 DOWN THE STRETCH THEY COME
• The last time the Eagles had three wins of two points or less in a
  season was in 1997. They have never had four wins of two points      With a 74-42 record in regular season contests in November, De-
  or less in a season. Prior to this season, the most two-point wins   cember, and January under Andy Reid since 1999, the third-best
  the Eagles ever had in a season under Andy Reid was one              mark in the league over that time, the Eagles have proven to be a
                                                                       difficult team to beat down the clos-
                                                                                                               RECORD IN NOV, DEC, JAN
                     ROAD WARRIORS                                     ing stretch of the season.
                                                                                                                      SINCE 1999
                                                                       • Since 2009, the Birds have tallied
Already having established a propensity to win away from home, the
                                                                          a 18-10 (.643) record during the Team                  Record
Eagles look to improve their 2012 road record to 2-2.                                                         NY Jets        82-31 (.725)
                                                                          season’s final months
• Since 1999, the Eagles hold the       NFL ROAD RECORDS
                                                                       • Since 1999, the Eagles posted a Chicago             78-40 (.661)
  best road record in the NFC                SINCE 1999                                                       Philadelphia   74-42 (.648)
                                                                          33-21-1 mark in November,
  with a 64-42-1 (.603) regular
                                   Team           Record    Pct.          which is tied for third-best in the Tennessee    74-41-1 (.637)
  season mark                                                                                                 Washington     74-43 (.632)
                                   New England 69-40        .633          league over that timeframe
• The Eagles average 22.3 points Indianapolis 66-41         .617
  per game on the road since Philadelphia 64-42-1 .603
  1999, the third-highest total in Pittsburgh
                                                                                            SPECIAL FORCES
                                                  63-45     .583
  the NFC and sixth in the league NY Giants       61-47     .565       The 2012 edition of the Eagles special
                                                                       teams unit, led by coordinator Bobby April,
                                                                       looks forward to the challenge of building
   NEWCOMERS CONTRIBUTING RIGHT AWAY                                   off of a successful 2011 campaign.
Armed with a core group of young players (an av-                       • K Alex Henery has made 11 field goals
erage age of 26.1) the Philadelphia Eagles will rely                     in a row, which includes a 33-yard boot
heavily on their youth, specifically the 14 rookies                      vs. Atlanta (10/28). Henery’s longest
and first-year players on the active roster, to make                     streak is 17, which is tied for the franchise’s longest streak of
valuable contributions.                                                  field goals made with former Birds K David Akers (2x, 2009 and
• Six different first-year players have made starts                      2001)
  for the Eagles this season: LB Mychal Kendricks,                     • With 36 career field goals, Henery is tied with former Eagles
                                                         KELLY
  G Dennis Kelly, DT Fletcher Cox, C Dallas                              kicker Chris Boniol for ninth on the team’s all-time list
  Reynolds, CB Brandon Boykin, and FB Stanley Havili                   • The Eagles are sixth in the league with a gross punting average
• Rookie Dennis Kelly made his first career start at right guard in      of 48.8 so far this season
  place of the injured Danny Watkins (ankle) vs. Atlanta (10/28)       • Mat McBriar posted the best single game gross punting average
• 2012 first round draft selection DT Fletcher Cox made his first        (56.6) in Eagles history vs. Detroit (10/14). He beat out the mark
  NFL start vs. Atlanta (10/28). The Mississippi State product has       that Chas Henry set earlier this season when he grossed a 55.0-
  logged 32 tackles, including three tackles for loss, along with a      yard average at Cleveland
  sack so far this season
• First-year C Dallas Reynolds has started the past five games at
  center for the Eagles, taking the place of Jason Kelce (IR - knee)
• In addition to being the team’s primary slot cornerback, CB Bran-
  don Boykin has served as the team’s kick returner in 2012. He
  also logged his first career punt returns against the Falcons
  (10/28)
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                    TWO-MINUTE DRILL                                                      LONG SUNDAY DRIVES
Philadelphia has scored five offensive touchdowns (tied for second      Proving its propensity to put together long, sustained scoring drives,
in the NFL) and 38 points (fourth) during the closing minutes of each   the Eagles have been able to drive down the field and score points
half so far this year. This is a trend that dates back to 2011 when     regardless of field position.
                                                                                                                      2012 SCORING DRIVE
they were able to put points on TWO-MINUTE OFFENSE SINCE 2011           • On their 24 scoring drives in 2012,              AVERAGES
the board when it counted the                                             the Eagles average 10.08 plays (first
most.                               Team                 TDs Pts
                                                                          in the league) and 65.0 yards per Team                Plays Yards
                                    Philadelphia           14 113                                                 Philadelphia 10.08     65.0
• Since the start of the 2011                                             drive (fourth)
                                    Detroit                13 115                                                 Indianapolis 9.69      63.8
   season, the Eagles have                                              • Philadelphia has posted 15 drives of
                                    New Orleans            12 105                                                 Pittsburgh     9.61    60.0
   scored a league-leading 14                                             10+ plays this season, and have
                                    NY Giants              12 116
   TDs in the closing minutes of
                                    Oakland                12 113         scored on 12 of those drives. Five of Dallas           9.04    59.3
   each half. Their 113 total
                                    NY Jets                11 104         those sustained drives have come in Kansas City 8.92           59.2
   points is tied for third                                               the fourth quarter, and three produced game-winning points

                    SCORING MACHINE                                                         ON THE OFFENSIVE
A fourth-year pro, Eagles RB LeSean McCoy                               Under offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg tutelage, the Ea-
finds a way to get in the end zone both as a                            gles have been one of the most prolific offensive attacks in the
rusher or as a receiver.                                                league.                                SCRIMMAGE YARDS/GAME
• McCoy scored two touchdowns (one rushing,                             • Since Mornhinweg took over as of-
   one receiving) against the Falcons (10/28) to                          fensive coordinator in 2004, Philly Years        Yards Rank
   increase his season total to five scores. He                           is third in the NFL averaging 377.5 Since 2004   377.5     3rd
   has scored via a receiving TD in each of the                           scrimmage yards/game. The Ea- Since 2006         386.3     3rd
   Eagles last three games                            MCCOY               gles are also fifth during that time Since 2008  387.5     4th
• Since the start of 2011, McCoy has 2011-12 TOTAL TDS                    with 246.4 passing yards/game        Since 2010  403.5     3rd
   scored 25 touchdowns, more than any                                  • Each of the franchise’s top five
   other NFL running back. This is also Player               TDs          yardage outputs have come under Mornhinweg’s guidance over
   tied for the league-lead with New Eng-  McCoy, Phi         25          the past six seasons (2006-11)
   land TE Rob Gronkowski                  Gronkowski, NE     25
                                           Foster, Hou        22
• The Pittsburgh product is second
                                           Nelson, GB         20
                                                                                           MOVING THE CHAINS
   among tailbacks since the start of 2011
                                           Rice, Bal          20        So far in 2012, the Eagles are having success on third-down and
   with six TD receptions
                                                                        have posted a 42% conversion rate (42-of-100). The Birds have also
• Shady’s 30 career rushing TDs rank sixth in franchise history         posted a 41.6% clip over the past two      2012 3RD DOWN QB
                                                                        seasons, which ranks fourth in the                RATING
                        DUAL THREAT                                     NFC.
                                                                                                                Player             Rating
McCoy has grown into a dominant offensive weapon since tranisi-         • With a 106.4 passer rating on third-
                                                                                                                Roethlisberger, Pit 117.1
tioning to starting role in 2010.                                         down, QB Michael Vick is second in
                                                                                                                Rodgers, GB         111.3
• Since 2010, McCoy has posted 2,893       RUSHES OF 10+ YDS              the conference and fifth in the
                                                                                                                Brady, NE           110.2
   rushing yards, third-most among              SINCE 2010                league. He has also thrown for six
                                                                                                                Manning, Den        106.8
   NFC running backs                                                      TDs on third-down (tied for second in
                                        Player            Rushes                                                Vick, Phi           106.4
                                                                          the NFL)
• In 2012, McCoy’s 39 first downs is McCoy, Phi              108
   tied for second in the NFC and Foster, Hou                 87                              THIRD-AND-RUN
   fourth in the league                 Jones-Drew, Jac       87        Since 2010, the Eagles lead the league in third-down rushing with
• Armed with a knack for producing Peterson, Min              84        865 rushing yards on 143 carries (6.0 yards/per carry) with five TDs.
   big plays, no running back has Johnson, Ten                79
   posted more big plays rushing since                                  • QB Michael Vick has posted 60 rushing attempts for an NFC-high
   2010 than McCoy with 108                                               485 yards on third-down during that span, tops in the conference
                                                                          and second in the league. RB LeSean McCoy is second among
• The Harrisburg, PA native is fourth in the league among running         NFC running backs and sixth in the NFC with 226 yards on 48 car-
   backs with 3,934 scrimmage yards since becoming a starter. He          ries along with 27 first downs and 2 TDs
   has compiled 638 yards from scrimmage this season
                                                                                      2010-12 NFC THIRD-DOWN RUSHING
           YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE SINCE 2010, RBS
                                                                                     Player          Att.-Yds.   Avg.   1st   TD
Player                        Rushing     Receiving     Scrimmage                    Vick, Phi       60-485      8.1    28    2
Arian Foster, Hou                3499         1298           4797                    Newton, Car     61-399      6.5    31    5
Ray Rice, Bal                    3108         1505           4613                    Freeman, TB     50-290      5.8    34    2
Maurice Jones-Drew, Jax          3344           777          4121                    Rodgers, GB     43-267      6.2    23    2
LeSean McCoy, Phi                2893         1041           3934                    Jackson, StL    64-262      4.1    21    1
Chris Johnson, Ten               3006           791          3797                    McCoy, Phi      48-226      4.7    27    2
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                         MAGNUM TE                                                               SLICK VICK
A stalwart at TE for the Eagles, the durable and                       Known for his prowess as both a passer and
well-utilized Brent Celek is fifth among tight                         rusher, QB Michael Vick looks to return to form
ends with 389 yards on 28 receptions, and his                          as one of the dynamic players in this league.
13.9 yards per catch is second at the position.                        • The 11th year pro has accumulated 8,230
• Over his last 16 games, Celek has accumulated                          passing yards with the Eagles, seventh on the
  70 receptions for 991 yards and four touch-                            franchise’s all-time list
  downs, second-most for TEs during that span                          • Over his three-year tenure as the starting sig-
• With 20 career receiving scores, Celek is third      CELEK             nal caller, Vick has helped guide the Eagles to    VICK
  all-time among Eagles tight ends                                       seven wins in games they trailed at
                                                                         some point in the fourth quarter, ALL-TIME QB RUSHING
ALL-TIME EAGLES TES - TDS             2012 TIGHT END RECEIVING
                                                                         which is the fourth-most in Eagles
                                                                                                               Player          Att-Yds
Player                  TDs         Player            #-Yards   Avg.     history
                                                                                                               Michael Vick  777-5466
Retzlaff, 1956-66       47          Gronkowski, NE    43-580    13.5   • In addition to his passing prowess, R. Cunningham 775-4928
Lewis, 1997-05          23          Witten, Dal       51-487     9.5     Vick has posted more rushing yards Steve Young      722-4239
Celek 2007-12           20          Gonzalez, Atl     46-459    10.0     (5,466) than any other quarterback Fran Tarkenton 675-3674
Jackson, 1988-91        20          Daniels, Hou      33-416    12.6     in NFL history. Since 2010, the New-
                                    Celek, Phi        28-389    13.9     port News, VA, native has registered more yards on the ground
                                                                         than any other QB (1,512)
                        DYNAMIC DUO                                                       QB RUSHING STATS SINCE 2010
Philadelphia boasts one of the most well-rounded and dynamic
                                                                                     Player              Att.-Yds    TDs   Avg.
wide receiver groups, headlined by fifth-year playmaker DeSean
                                                                                     Vick, Phi           224-1512    11     6.8
Jackson and four-year pro Jeremy Maclin.
                                                                                     Newton, Car         177-1016    17     5.7
• Jackson ranks second in both catches (264) and yards (4,620) in                    Tebow, Den/NYJ      188-965     12     5.1
  franchise history among fifth-year receivers. His 22 career TDs                    Rodgers, GB         151-742     7      4.9
  are tied for eighth in that category.                                              Freeman, TB         140-641     4      4.6
• Maclin is currently third in franchise history in receptions (215)
  and receiving yards (2,924), and sixth in touchdowns (22) during
  the first four seasons of his career                                                 SPREADING THE WEALTH
       EAGLES RECEIVER PRODUCTION THROUGH CAREER
                                                                       Having one of the most talented groups of re-
      Player             Rec. (Rank)     Yds. (Rk)   TDs (Rk)          ceivers in the NFL, the Eagles have been able
      Maclin (4th year) 215 (3rd)        2,924 (3rd) 22 (6th)          to rely on many different targets.
      Jackson (5th year) 264 (2nd)       4,620 (2nd) 22 (t-8th)        • In 2012, the Eagles have had five different
                                                                          players lead the team in catches:
                        BIG PLAY BIRDS                                    - WR Jeremy Maclin (at Cle. 9/9, at Pit 10/7)
                                                                          - TE Brent Celek (vs. Bal 9/16)
Under Mornhinweg and Reid, the Eagles have de-
                                                                          - WR Damaris Johnson (at Arz 9/23)                  JACKSON
veloped a reputation for being one of the most ex-
plosive offenses in the league, specifically when                         - WR DeSean Jackson (vs. NYG 9/30, vs. Atl 10/28)
it comes to big plays                                                     - RB LeSean McCoy (vs. Det 10/14)
• The Eagles have tallied 26 plays of 20+ yards                        • The Eagles finished 2011 with four receivers who tallied 50+ re-
   so far in 2012                                                         ceptions: Maclin (63), Celek (62), WR DeSean Jackson (58), and
• Since 2000, no team has completed more plays                            WR Jason Avant (52). Jackson (961), Maclin (859) and Celek (811)
   of 20+ yards than Philadelphia with 820. They      MACLIN              became the first trio in team history to rack up 800+ yards in one
   have also finished among the top three teams                           season
   in all of Reid’s 13 previous seasons

    20-PLUS YARD PLAYS                  20-PLUS SINCE 2010
Years           Plays     Rank     Team                     Plays
Since 2000        820       1st    Philadelphia               190
Since 2002        708       1st    NY Giants                  188
Since 2004        583       1st    Oakland                    185
Since 2006        459       1st    San Diego                  183
Since 2008        325       1st    New England                176
Since 2010        190       1st
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             BOWLES TAKES THE REIGNS                                                          NO THROW ZONE
The Philadelphia Eagles named secondary coach                           Philadelphia’s pass defense has been stellar in
Todd Bowles defensive coordinator on 10/16/12.                          2012, limiting opposing quarterbacks to the
Bowles, a 13-year NFL assistant, has been lauded                        third-lowest completion percentage in the
for helping tutor secondaries throughout his                            league (55.3%) as well as a 77.1 opponent
coaching career.                                                        passer rating, fifth in the NFC.
• Prior to his time with the Eagles, Bowles spent                       • The Birds have defended the pass well since
  four seasons as the assistant head coach/sec-                           Reid took over in 1999, as they are second in
                                                       BOWLES                                                                COLEMAN
  ondary coach with the Miami Dolphins                                    the NFC and sixth in the league after allow-
• Tabbed as the interim head          KEY BOWLES STATISTICS               ing 202.5 yards in the air during that           2012 OPP.
  coach for Miami’s final three                                           time frame                                   COMPLETION PCT.
                                  Secondary Coach, Miami: 2008-11
  games in 2011, Bowles led the                                         • Since 1999, the Eagles have held op-
                                  Third-down pct.: 35.9% (4th in NFL)
  team to a 2-1 finish                                                    posing quarterbacks to a 76.2 passer Team               Comp. %
                                  Opp. completion rate: 58.1% (7th)
• Prior to his tenure with the Secondary Coach, Dallas: 2005-07           rating, the third-lowest total in the NFC Houston          52.8
                                                                          and the sixth-lowest in the league        Philadelphia     55.3
  Dolphins, Bowles served as a INTs for TDs: 7 (t-3rd)
                                                                                                                    NY Jets          56.0
  position coach with Dallas Opp. completion rate: 57.6% (6th)
                                                                                                                    Arizona          56.5
  (2005-07), Cleveland (2001- Opp. QB rating: 77.7 (7th)
                                                                                                                    Miami            56.5
  04), and the New York Jets Interceptions: 52 (t-8th)
  (2000)
                                                                                             THIRD-AND-NONE
 “[Bowles] has a good understanding of the game, not only
                                                                        Forcing opposing offenses off the field is one of the key areas that
 the secondary but the whole picture. He gets it and he un-             can make or break a defense, and the Eagles have proven their abil-
 derstands how to tie it all together. He’s detailed with his           ity to attack the oppponent and limit third-down opportunities.
 techniques. He relates well with the players. He’s a smart
                                                                        • Philadelphia’s defensive unit has 2012 OPP. THIRD DOWN
 guy and he works hard.”
                                                                           limited foes to a 32.6% third-down
 - Eagles Head Coach Andy Reid, 10/16/12                                   conversion rate (30-92) on the
                                                                                                                 Team             Con-Att (%)
                                                                                                                 Miami           28-106 (26.4)
                                                                           season, which ranks second in the
                                                                                                                 Houston          25-91 (27.5)
                     RED MEANS STOP                                        conference and fourth in the NFL San Francisco 34-107 (31.8)
                                                                        • The Eagles have limited oppo- Philadelphia              30-92 (32.6)
So far in 2012, Philadelphia is fourth in the league having allowed
                                                                           nents to under 30% on third-down Arizona              36-110 (32.7)
opponents to score touchdowns on just nine of 24 opportunities in-
                                                                           in all three of the team’s victories:
side the red zone, a 37.5% clip.
                                         2012 RED ZONE DEFENSE             at Cle (15.4%, 9/9), vs. Bal (28.6%, 9/16), and vs. NYG (20%, 9/30)
• The Eagles ability to create stops in
  the red zone marks a major im- Team                   TD-Pos (%)
  provement over the past several        Detroit         5-15 (33.3)
                                                                                             KEEPING IT SHORT
  years, as the Birds finished 30th in Miami             9-25 (36.0)
  2011 (59.6%), 32nd in 2010 (76.7%),    Chicago         7-19 (36.8)    Limiting opponents on both third-and-short and third-and-one has
  and 26th in 2009 (56.9%)               Philadelphia    9-24 (37.5)    kept opposing offenses off the field.
                                         Tampa Bay       8-21 (38.1)    • The Birds D has also stepped it up on third-and-short, as it holds
• The Birds D has caused two
  turnovers in the red zone this year, which is tied for third in the     its opponents to a league-best rate of 40.0% (10-of-25) on third
  league: a Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie INT vs. NYG (9/30) and            and less than 4 yards to go          2012 OPP. 3RD-&-SHORT
  a Kurt Coleman INT against the Browns (9/9)                           • On third-and-one conversions, the
                                                                                                              Team            Con-Att (%)
                                                                          Eagles have allowed only three-of-
            EAGLES RED ZONE COMPARISON: 2009-12                                                               Philadelphia   10-25 (40.0)
                                                                          nine (33.3%) in 2012. They are one Miami             9-22 (40.9)
            Year         Poss.     TDs    TD Pct. (Rank)                  of two teams (Kansas City) to only Arizona         13-29 (44.8)
            2009           51       29       56.9% (26)                   allow under a 35% conversion clip Denver           14-31 (45.2)
            2010           43       33       76.7% (32)                                                       San Francisco 14-30 (46.7)
            2011           47       28       59.6% (30)
            2012           24        7        37.5% (3)
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                     LIMITING THE RUN                                                          DYNAMIC DUO
The Eagles have been able to limit opposing rushing attacks so far       Defensive ends Jason Babin and Trent
in 2012.                                                                 Cole combined to be one of the most
• Philadelphia has not allowed a 100-          2012 OPPONENT             dominant pass-rushing forces in
                                             RUSHING 1ST DOWNS           Philadelphia Eagles history last sea-
   yard rusher since Week 17 of 2011,
   which is the third-longest active Team              1st downs         son. The pair of pass rushers accu-
   streak in the NFL                       Miami              21         mulated 29 sacks in 2011, which is
• The Eagles have allowed only 32 rush- San Diego             25         tied for second-most in Eagles annals
   ing first downs to opponents during Chi/SF                 30         behind Reggie White and Clyde Sim-          2010-12 NFL SACKS
   the 2012 campaign, which is tied for Phi/TB                32         mons combined for 33 in 1992.
                                                                         BABIN THE BEAST                          Player           Sacks
   second in the NFC and tied for fifth in
   the NFL                                                               • Babin, who put up his finest season Ware, Dal             42.5
                                                                            as a pro in 2011, is currently lead-  Allen, Min         40.0
                NOT ALLOWING A 100-YD RUSHER                                ing the team with 2.5 sacks in 2012   Babin, Phi         33.0
                                                                                                                  Hali, KC           30.5
        Team                 Date Started      Streak Length             • Babin has 33 sacks since 2010,
        Miami                     9/18/11      22 games                     which is third behind DeMarcus Ware (41) and Jared Allen (39)
        Chicago                 10/10/11       18 games                  • The ninth-year pro’s 21.5 sacks as an Eagle rank 17th in team
        Philadelphia               1/1/12      7 games                      history
                                                                         SACK COLE-LITION
                                                                                                                   EAGLES CAREER SACKS
                                                                         • A seventh year pro out of Cincinnati,
          REVAMPED LINEBACKING CORPS                                        Cole is third all-time in Eagles his- Player           Sacks
                                                                            tory with 69.5 career quarterback White                 124.0
The Eagles have solidified the linebacker position                                                                Simmons            76.0
                                                                            takedowns
in 2012 thanks to experienced veterans and an in-                                                                 Cole               69.5
flux of new talent.                                                      • Since 2006, Cole has tallied 64.5
                                                                                                                  Douglas            54.5
                                                                            sacks, which is fifth in the league.
• LB DeMeco Ryans has established himself as
                                                                            He was a Pro Bowler in 2007 (103 tackles, 12.5 sacks) and 2009
   Philadelphia’s man in the middle. Acquired
                                                                            (93, 12.5 sacks)
   from the Houston Texans via trade this offsea-
   son, Ryans leads the team with 74 total tackles
   while also collecting a sack and an INT so far in      RYANS                         HISTORICALLY SACKING
   2012
                                                                         Over the long haul, the Eagles have been able to
• Ryans has registered 10 tackles for loss this season. The most         get after opposing quarterbacks.
   since the Eagles coaching staff began keeping track in 1999 was
   LB Jeremiah Trotter, who racked up 13 in 2005                         • Since 1982 when sacks became an official sta-
                                                                           tistic, the Eagles have compiled the most in the
• Rookie LB Mychal Kendricks has recorded 36 tackles, with two             league with 1,368
   tackle for loss, in his first NFL season. The 2011 Pac-12 defensive
   player of the year, the Eagles selected the California product with   • Since 1999, the Eagles are first in the NFC and
   the 46th overall pick in this year’s draft                              second in the league with 569 sacks in that time WASHBURN
                                                                         • During that same span, Wash- EAGLES SACK RANKINGS
                                                                           burn’s squads have had 534 sacks,
                  FIRST TO MAKE A STOP                                     including 474 collected by Ten- Years            Sacks Rank
The Eagles have been able to limit first downs                             nessee’s defense from 1999-2010 Since 1982       1,368   1st
and prevent opposing offenses from moving                                  while he was the Titans defensive Since 1999       569  2nd
down the field                                                             line coach                           Since 2008    190  4th
• Philadelphia has allowed 136 total first downs
  in 2012, which is tied for the fourth-fewest in
  the NFC
• No NFC team has allowed fewer first
                                                  2012 NFC OPP.
  downs since 2007 than Philadelphia,               1ST DOWNS
  which is also the third-lowest total in
  the league during that time (1,556)       Team                  1st
                                            Dallas                113
                                            San Francisco         128
                                            Chicago               131
                                            Atl/Phi               136
                                            Ari/Det               138
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In 2012, three of the most memorable players to ever put on an Eagles uniform were welcomed back with open arms to officially end
their careers. The tradition of welcoming back alumni will continue into the regular season as the Eagles honor some of the great-
est men in team history by showing their support and appreciation for what they gave the city of Philadelphia, both on and off the field.

                                WEAPON X IS BACK                                                          WILD, WILD WEST
                        After signing a one-day contract to retire as                            Longtime Eagles RB Brian Westbrook re-
                        an Eagle at an emotional press conference                                turned to retire as an Eagle on August 28,
                        on April 28th, S Brian Dawkins was hon-                                  and will be honored with a ceremony at
                        ored with the retirement of his no. 20 jer-                              halftime of the Eagles vs. Redskins game
                        sey during halftime of the Eagles 19-17                                   on December 23. One of the most well-
                         win over the NY Giants on September 30.                                  rounded players in Eagles history, West-
                         Tied for the team’s all-time lead with 34                                brook finished his career as the all-time
                         interceptions, Dawkins was tabbed to four                                leader with 9,785 scrimmage yards en
                         All-Pro teams and seven Pro Bowls dur-                                   route to two Pro Bowls.
                         ing his 13 seasons in Philadelphia.
                                                                         “When you go somewhere else, you actually see that this is the
 “This is a blessing to be able to come here and retire as an            best organization in the NFL and the best coaching staff. I’m
 Eagle, back where I started ... I’ve been able to come in contact       not just saying it...just the way that Coach Reid, Mr. Lurie, Mrs.
 with a lot of great people and a lot of great coaches who’ve al-        Lurie handle things here, provide for the players, is special.
 lowed me to become the player that I am and the person and              I’m just really appreciative and humbled by the experience
 man that I have become.”                                                here.”

                            HOMEGROWN CORNER                                                            THOMAS THANKFUL
                     A passionate leader on the field and in the                                One of the most accomplished offensive
                     community, Mercer County, NJ native CB                                     lineman in team history, T Tra Thomas
                     Troy Vincent will be inducted into the Eagles                              was honored in an emotional retirement
                     Hall of Fame during halftime of the Ea-                                    press conference on August 16. Named to
                     gles/Panthers game on Monday, November                                      the Eagles 75th anniversary team, the
                      26. Vincent finished his Eagles tenure                                     three-time Pro Bowler started more
                      ranked seventh in team history with 28 in-                                 games than any other offensive lineman
                      terceptions, making five Pro Bowl appear-                                   in team history (165) and missed only
                      ances.                                                                      eight games during an 11-year tenure in
  “I want to thank Jeffrey [Lurie]. Last night when I got a call                                  Philadelphia.
  from him, it was the last thing that I expected to hear...Liter-      “I tell everybody the happiest day of my football career was
  ally, what do you say? To be acknowledged by the owner, and           being drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles. The saddest day was
  for him to say that I am an example of the way they want the          when I left; when I had to leave. That has been erased by this
  players to represent themselves on and off the field. You             right here; being able to retire a Philadelphia Eagle. All I’ve
  think about the short list of individuals that have been hon-         ever wanted to be is a Philadelphia Eagle and that’s all I ever
  ored. There was a lot of emotions.”                                   wanted to do and to be able to retire as an Eagle just means so
                                                                        much to me and my family.”

                          5 DECADES OF DEDICATION                                      IN MEMORIAM
                        Longtime Eagles Director of Ticket Client       We were saddened to lose members of the Eagles
                        Services Leo Carlin will also be inducted       family in 2012:
                        into the Eagles Hall of Fame during half-       • T George Savitsky (September 4, age 88) played on
                        time on Monday, November 26. A 52-year            both the Eagles 1948-49 NFL championship
                        employee of the organization, Carlin led          squads
                         the team’s effort in transitioning ticket      • RB Steve Van Buren (August 23, age 91) became
                         operations into three different stadiums.        the first Eagles player to be elected into the Pro
                         He was appointed to represent the Eagles         Football Hall of Fame after an eight-year tenure VAN BU
                                                                                                                                         REN
                          on the city of Philadelphia’s committee         in Philadelphia (1944-51)
                          for the construction of Veterans Stadium.     • Jimmy Carr (August 13, age 79), a cornerback for five seasons (1959-
                                                                          63) and later the team’s defensive coordinator (1970-71)
 “First of all, the anticipation was overwhelming. Finally, I got
                                                                        • Garrett Reid (August 5, age 29), son of head coach Andy Reid
 the call from Jeffrey [Lurie], who was so unbelievably nice,
                                                                        • King Hill (July 14, age 75) was a punter and signal caller (1961-68) as
 warm, humorous, and kind. I don’t have enough expressions
                                                                          well as an area scout (1986-92)
 to say what Jeffrey did over that phone call. I just loved it. What
                                                                        • Dedicated fan “Eagle” Joe Brown (May 29, age 62)
 more could you ask for from an owner. That’s one of the great-
                                                                        • Bill Walsh (May 12, age 84) ended his 32-year NFL coaching career
 est honors I could possibly have in my 53 years here.”
                                                                          as the Eagles offensive line coach (1987-91)
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QUARTERBACKS                                      VICK                  WIDE RECEIVERS                                  JACKSON
A multi-dimensional threat from the                                     Armed with a unique combination of
quarterback position, Michael Vick made                                 speed, skill, and a relentless, competitive
the most of his first full offseason in                                 desire, DeSean Jackson is one of the
Philadelphia in 2012 and, as a whole, is                                NFL’s most dangerous weapons. The
enjoying the second phase of his NFL ca-                                team’s 2nd round draft pick in 2008,
reer. In 2011, Vick helped engineer a                                   Jackson earned Pro Bowl berths in 2009
franchise-record 6,386 yards of offense,                                and 2010. In fact, he became the first
while setting career marks in attempts                                  player in league history to earn a Pro
(423), completions (253), and yards                                     Bowl berth at two positions in 2009. A na-
(3,303). Vick is the NFL’s all-time rushing leader among quarter-       tive of Los Angeles, CA, Jackson became the first player in NFL his-
backs and become just the 2nd player in NFL history to surpass the      tory to accumulate 3,500 receiving yards and 1,000 punt returns
3,000-yard passing mark and the 500-yard rushing mark in con-           yards in his first four seasons. He was rewarded for his effort with
secutive seasons. Vick was selected with the first overall pick in      a five-year contract extension in 2012 that will keep him in an Ea-
2001 draft by Atlanta, signed with Philadelphia in 2009 and inked a     gles uniform through 2016. Jackson leads the team with 34 catches
six-year contract extension with the Eagles in 2011.                    for 524 yards thus far in 2012.
                                                                        A 1st round pick in 2009, Jeremy Maclin          MACLIN
In 2012, Vick has already led the Eagles to three 4th quarter come-
backs, all in the final minutes. He is Philadelphia’s all-time leader   proved his toughness in 2011 by posting
in quarterback rating (88.7) and completion percentage (60.4%)          a team-high 63 catches for 859 yards de-
                                                                        spite spending a offseason ruling out
Rookie 3rd round pick Nick Foles finished his career at Arizona as
                                                                        cancer as an ailment that zapped a good
the school’s all-time leading passer in terms of yards (10,011), TDs
                                                                        deal of his strength and stamina. The
(67), attempts (1,369) and completions (933) en route to earning
                                                                        Missouri product caught a team-leading
three consecutive All-Pac 10 honorable mention honors (2009-11).
                                                                        189 passes over his first three NFL cam-
Trent Edwards signed as a free agent during the 2012 offseason. A       paigns. Only one other Eagle has ever
former third round selection of the Bills in 2007, Edwards has com-     caught more in their first three seasons
pleted 60.5% of his career passes with Buffalo and Jacksonville         (TE Keith Jackson)
from 2007-10.
                                                                        One of the most sure-handed receivers in the league, Jason Avant
RUNNING BACKS                                    McCOY                  set new career benchmarks with 52 catches and 679 yards in 2011.
One of the most dynamic backs in the                                    In fact, the 7th-year pro from Michigan increased his reception total
game, LeSean McCoy rushed his way into                                  during each of his first six campaigns. Avant, who overcame a rough
the Eagles record book during a breakout                                childhood in Chicago, IL, is one of the most respected players in the
season in 2011. His 20 total touchdowns                                 confines of the Eagles locker room.
and league-leading 17 rushing scores                                    A 5th round draft choice in 2010, Riley Cooper provides size to the
shattered franchise records set by Hall of                              wide receivers ranks while proving to be an accomplished per-
Famer Steve Van Buren in 1945. The Har-                                 former on special teams.
risburg, PA, native gained 1,309 rushing
                                                                        Rookie free agent Damaris Johnson (Tulsa) finished his three-year
yards (5th in Eagles history) and garnered
                                                                        career as the NCAA’s all-time leader in all-purpose yardage (7,796)
first team All-Pro and FedEx Ground
Player of the Year honors as well as his                                Mardy Gilyard re-joined the Eagles on September 11 after spending
first Pro Bowl berth. The Eagles second round pick in 2009 out of       entire offseason and preseason in Philadelphia. Originally a 4th
Pittsburgh, McCoy, nicknamed “Shady,” has also proved his worth         round selection of St. Louis in 2010, he played in 11 games for the
as a receiver out of the backfield. McCoy signed a five-year contract   Rams in 2010
extension during the 2012 offseason that will keep him in Philadel-     TIGHT ENDS                                       CELEK
phia through 2017.
                                                                        Recognized for his ability both as a re-
Dion Lewis, a speedy and shifty 5th round draft pick from Pittsburgh    ceiver and as a blocker, Brent Celek is in
in 2011, spent his rookie season as both a reserve running back and     his 6th NFL season after joining the team
kick returner.                                                          as a 5th round pick in 2007. Celek has
Depth at running back is also provided by rookies Bryce Brown (D7-      hauled in 251 passes during his career,
12) and Chris Polk, a rookie free agent from Washington.                3rd most ever by an Eagles tight end. He
                                                                        ranks second on the team with 28
Brown took a circuitous route to the NFL after being tabbed as the
                                                                        catches for 389 yards in 2012.
nation’s number one recruit coming out of high school in Wichita,
KS in 2008. He only played 13 games at the collegiate level with Ten-   The back-up tight end is 2010 4th round
nessee and Kansas State. Polk finished as the Huskies 2nd all-time      draft pick Clay Harbor. Harbor earned a
leading rusher with 4,049 yards.                                        roster spot in 2012 and caught the last minute, game-winning TD
                                                                        pass from Vick in the season-opening day win at Cleveland.
Fullback Stanley Havili (D7b-11 from USC) spent his rookie season
of 2011 on the Eagles practice squad.
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OFFENSIVE LINE                                                           DEFENSIVE LINE
Manning the right tackle spot for the 2nd year is eight-year vet Todd    A fifth round draft selection from Cincin-         COLE
Herremans. The team’s 5th round draft pick in 2005, he served pri-       nati in 2005, two-time Pro Bowl selection
marily as the Eagles left guard from 2006-10. Herremans, who             Trent Cole is a proven commodity at rush-
earned All-Joe honors from the USA Today in 2008 and 2011, also          ing the passer and stopping the run. Now
has two career touchdown receptions. He inked a contract exten-          in his 8th season in Philadelphia, Cole
sion in 2012 that will keep him in Philly through 2016.                  has the third most sacks in Eagles his-
Now in his 2nd season in Philadelphia, Evan Mathis flourished in         tory, trailing only Reggie White and Clyde
his first year in Mudd’s system in 2011 and started 15 games. In         Simmons. Cole was rewarded with a
fact, the former 3rd round draft choice of Carolina was tabbed as        four-year contract extension in 2012 that
the 18th best player in the NFL by Pro Football Focus. He previously     will keep him in Philadelphia through
played with Carolina, Miami and Cincinnati.                              2017.
A first round pick in 2011, Danny Watkins started 12 games at right      Cole’s running mate at defensive end is            BABIN
guard last season. Watkins combined with Kelce to become the first       Jason Babin, a two-time Pro Bowl selec-
Eagles rookie duo to start 10-or-more games in the same season.          tion himself. Since the start of the 2010
A native of Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, he was named to           season, Babin ranks third in the NFL with
the PFW/PFWA All-Rookie team.                                            31.5 sacks after registering a career-high
                                                                         18 sacks in 2011. He is one of just three
King Dunlap, a towering (6-9, 330 pound) presence along the line,        players, along with DeMarcus Ware and
has experience at both tackle and guard for the Eagles since being       Tamba Hali, to log 12+ sacks in each of
drafted in the 7th round in 2008. He earned the starting left tackle     the last two seasons. A former first round
spot after an impressive training camp in 2012.                          draft choice of Houston in 2004, Babin
2nd-year center Jason Kelce started all 16 games for the Eagles a        spent the 2009 season in Philadelphia be-
year ago after being drafted in the 6th round from Cincinnati.           fore returning to the Eagles in 2011.
Kelce’s 2012 season, though, was halted during a week 2 win vs.          DT Cullen Jenkins provides a strong pass rush inside. A Super Bowl
Baltimore when he partially tore his ACL and tore his MCL in his         champion with the Packers in 2010, Jenkins entered the season
right knee. He was replaced by Dallas Reynolds. The first-year pro       with 34.5 career sacks, including 5.5 in his first season with
spent the majority of the last three seasons on the Eagles practice      Philadelphia in 2011.
squad.
                                                                         DE Darryl Tapp provides valuable depth at the defensive end posi-
Demetress Bell was signed during the 2012 offseason to help off-         tion and is in his third season in Philadelphia after being acquired
set the Achilles injury suffered by Pro Bowl LT Jason Peters. Bell,      from a trade with Seattle in 2010.. A seven-year vet, Tapp has ac-
who served as an understudy to Peters in Buffalo, started 30 games       cumulated 24 sacks and nine forced fumbles in his career.
for the Bills at left tackle from 2009-11. He was originally recruited
to Northwestern State in basketball before making the change to          DE Brandon Graham, a first round draft selection in 2010 out of
football. He was drafted in the 7th round by Buffalo in 2008.            Michigan, battled back from a torn ACL suffered late in his rookie
                                                                         campaign to return to the field in a limited role in the latter half of
Matt Tennant, a 5th-round pick of New Orleans in 2010, signed with       the 2011 season.
the Eagles on 10/23/12 after being with New England earlier this
season. He appeared in 28 games over the past two seasons with           DT Derek Landri is a high-motor presence in the middle of the de-
the Saints after being a three-year starting center for Boston Col-      fense. He led the Eagles with eight tackles for loss last year, de-
lege.                                                                    spite playing in only 12 games. He previously played for Jacksonville
                                                                         (2007-09) and Carolina (2009-10) and started all 16 games for the
Rookies Dennis Kelly, a 5th round pick from Purdue, and Nate             Panthers in 2010 (three sacks).
Menkin, claimed off waivers from Houston on September 1, provide
depth at tackle and at guard.                                            Signed in 2011 fresh off a successful stint in the CFL, DE Phillip
                                                                         Hunt provided quality depth on the defensive line in his first season
NFI: In 2000, he was a redshirt defensive lineman in college, labor-     with the team. Prior to his arrival in Philadelphia, Hunt notched 19
ing on Arkansas’ scout team. In 2004, he was a rookie free agent         sacks from 2009-10 for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, including a
tight end just looking for playing time in Buffalo. Now, he is a five-   league-leading 16 sacks in 2010.
time Pro Bowl offensive tackle who is building his resume for a spot
in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In between is the remarkable story     The Eagles also added a pair of high draft picks to the mix in 2012
of Jason Peters, who is regarded by many experts as the best left        in DT Fletcher Cox (12th overall pick) and DE Vinny Curry (2nd
tackle in the game, and who has anchored the Eagles offensive line       round). They moved up three spots in the draft to select Cox, who
since being acquired in a trade from Buffalo in 2009. Peters, who is     was named first-team All-SEC as a junior after collecting 56 tack-
signed through 2014, will be slowed at the start of the 2012 season      les and five sacks in his final season at Mississippi State.
after rupturing his Achilles tendon during the offseason.                Curry finished his four-year career at Marshall with 26 sacks, 49
                                                                         tackles for a loss and 10 forced fumbles.
                                                                         First-year pro DT Cedric Thornton from Southern Arkansas earned
                                                                         a roster spot in 2012 after spending the majority of his rookie sea-
                                                                         son on the Eagles practice squad.
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NFI: DT Mike Patterson, a first round pick in 2005 from USC, is one     A 3rd round draft pick in 2011, Curtis Marsh spent most of his rookie
of the toughest and most dependable players on the squad. Patter-       season learning the Eagles scheme, while seeing action in the
son missed just two games over his eight-year career, including         team’s final seven contests. Marsh provides depth at the corner-
just one game in 2011 after being diagnosed with a rare brain con-      back position and should compete for playing time.
dition called arteriovenous malformation (AVM) that caused him to       Brandon Hughes has been a key contributor on special teams since
have a seizure during a training camp practice in August.               joining the team in 2010 off the Giants practice squad. A 5th round
LINEBACKERS                                                             pick of the Chargers in 2009, Hughes spent his rookie campaign on
                                                                        Injured Reserve before landing on the Giants practice squad.
A two-time All-Pro and Pro Bowl mid-           RYANS
dle linebacker, DeMeco Ryans was ac-                                    Brandon Boykin, a fourth round selection out of Georgia in 2012,
quired by the Eagles in 2012 in a trade                                 provides ability as an inside cover man and as a returner.
with Houston. A 2nd round pick of the                                   Entering his third year with the Eagles, 2010 second round pick
Texans in 2006, Ryans was the Texans                                    Nate Allen re-established himself as the starting free safety for the
all-time leader with 637 tackles. A team                                Eagles after being hampered by a knee injury that required season-
captain as well, he rebounded from an                                   ending surgery in 2010.
Achilles injury that shortened his 2010
season to play in all 16 games in a newly                               A third-year safety from Ohio State, hard-hitting safety Kurt Cole-
implemented 3-4 defensive scheme in                                     man battled his way back from losing a starting job to lead the Ea-
Houston.                                                                gles in interceptions (4) and ranked second in tackles (96) in 2011.
                                                                        He was drafted by Philadelphia in the 7th round in 2010. Coleman
The Eagles added speedy LB Mychal Kendricks in the 2nd round in         posted two INTs in the 2012 season opener at Cleveland.
the 2012 draft from California. He appeared in all 51 games during
his four-year career at Cal and was named the Pac-12’s Defensive        Safety David Sims, originally signed by the Giants as a rookie free
Player of the Year following his senior season.                         agent from Iowa State in 2011, spent time on the Browns practice
                                                                        squad in 2011 before being acquired in a trade with Cleveland on
A six-year vet out of Division 1-AA James Madison, Akeem Jordan         August 31, 2012.
started seven of the final eight games of the year at the SAM line-
backer last year, while also contributing on special teams. He          Special teams MVP Colt Anderson will look to rebound in 2012 after
opened the season as the team’s starting WILL linebacker.               tearing his ACL during the 2011 campaign. Plucked from Min-
                                                                        nesota’s practice squad by the Eagles in 2010, Anderson has be-
The team’s leading tackler in 2011, Jamar Chaney was a full-time        come a staple on the special teams unit.
starter a year ago, working mostly at the MLB position. A 7th round
draft choice from Mississippi St. in 2010, he notched three INTs in     SPECIAL TEAMS
2011, the most by an Eagles LB since William Thomas had 3 in 1996.      Second-year placekicker Alex Henery set a franchise record and
Second-year pro Casey Matthews became the first Eagles rookie to        rookie NFL mark with an 88.9% field goal percentage in his first
start at linebacker on opening day since Alonzo Johnson in 1986.        season with the Eagles. Selected in the fourth round of the 2011
Matthews was a 4th round draft pick from Oregon in 2011.                draft, Henery finished 5th in the league in field goal percentage and
                                                                        connected on his final 16 kicks of his rookie year, marking the third-
Jason Williams, a fourth-year pro, was signed by the Eagles on          longest streak in team history. He has connected on 12 of his first
10/9/12 after splitting time with Carolina (2010-12) and Dallas         13 kicks in 2012 to give him a career .900 FG percentage.
(2009-10). Williams was originally a third-round draft choice of the
Cowboys in 2009.                                                        The Eagles re-signed punter Mat McBriar on 9/25/12, who was with
                                             ASOMUGHA                   the team during this year’s training camp. A two-time Pro Bowler
DEFENSIVE BACKS                                                         and All-Pro selection, the Melbourne, Aust. native spent the previ-
A three-time Pro Bowler and four-time                                   ous eight seasons as a member of the Dallas Cowboys. McBriar en-
All Pro selection, Nnamdi Asomugha is                                   tered the year with a 45.3 punting average, which ranked fifth in
in his second season with the Eagles                                    NFL history. He will look to rebound from a foot injury that resulted
after signing a five-year contract on the                               in his placement on Injured Reserve in 2011.
first day of free agency in 2011. Origi-                                Jon Dorenbos is one of the league’s most reliable long snappers
nally a first round pick of the Raiders in                              and, as a result, earned Pro Bowl honors in 2009. The UTEP alum
2003, Asomugha ranked 2nd on the                                        is in his 10th NFL season and his seventh in Philadelphia.
team with 3 INTs in his inaugural sea-
son in Philadelphia.                                                    The return duties are handled by a pair of rookies in Brandon Boykin
                                                                        (kickoff returns) and Damaris Johnson (punt returns). Boykin tied
After serving as the Eagles nickel cornerback for the majority of       an SEC record with four career kickoff returns for a TD. Johnson
the 2011 season, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie will transition into       had four returns for scores in college and finished his three-year
a starting role on the outside. Acquired by the Eagles via trade with   career as the NCAA’s all-time leader in all-purpose yards. DeSean
Arizona in exchange for Kevin Kolb on July 28, 2011, Rodgers-Cro-       Jackson, the club’s all-time leader in punt return TDs (4), and Mardy
martie has tallied 19 INTs over his four-year career, including four    Gilyard have also handled punt returns in 2012.
career INT returns for TDs. DRC notched a pair of INTs in an open-
ing day win at Cleveland and leads the team with three in 2012.
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WR DeSean Jackson                      EAGLES 100-YARD GAMES             TE Brent Celek          EAGLES CAREER RECORDS • TIGHT ENDS
• With 14 career 100-yard receiving Player                   Games       • Celek is tied with Player              TDs Player           Rec.
  games, Jackson needs one more 4. Tommy McDonald                 17       Keith Jackson for Pete Retzlaff         47 Pete Retzlaff     452
  to tie Fred Barnett for the fifth- 5. Fred Barnett              15       third on the list of Chad Lewis         23 John Spagnola 256
  most in team history                  6. DeSean Jackson         14       Eagles tight ends Brent Celek           20 Brent Celek       251
• He also needs just one 150-yard          Pete Pihos             14       with 20 TDs and Keith Jackson           20 Keith Jackson 242
  receiving performance to tie                                             three from tying
  Tommy McDonald (5) for the team record                                   Chad Lewis for second with 23
• Jackson (263) trails Mike Quick (273) for the most receptions by an    • With 251 receptions, Celek needs 6 to pass John Spagnola for sec-
  Eagle in his first five seasons                                          ond all-time among Eagles tight ends
• Jackson (4,609) also trails Quick (4,803) for the most yards by an     WR Jeremy Maclin
  Eagle in his first five seasons                                        • With 215 career receptions, Maclin trails DeSean Jackson (229)
• With 117 career punt returns, he is tied with Brian Mitchell and         and Keith Jackson (242) for the most ever by an Eagle in his first
  John Sciarra for second place all-time among Eagles players.             four seasons
  Wally Henry (148) holds the record                                     • With 2,924 career receiving yards, Maclin trails DeSean Jackson
• Jackson has racked up 1,223 career punt return yards, trailing           (4,096) and Mike Quick (3,864) for the most by an Eagle in his first
  Brian Mitchell (1,369) and Wally Henry (1,231) for the team record       four seasons
• Jackson can become just the third player in NFL history to have        • Maclin can become just the seventh wide receiver ever to have at
  900 or more receiving yards in each of his first five seasons (Randy     least 55 catches and 750 yards in each of his first four seasons,
  Moss, Jerry Rice)                                                        joining Gary Clark, Larry Fitzgerald, Joey Galloway, Marvin Har-
                                      EAGLES SCRIMMAGE YARDS
• With 4,951 career scrimmage                                              rison, Keyshawn Johnson and Randy Moss
  yards, Jackson is currently 14th Player                     Yards
                                                                         QB Michael Vick
  on the team’s all-time list, trail- 13. Ricky Watters       5,112
  ing Ricky Watters by 161 yards 14. DeSean Jackson 4,951                • Vick (8,230) currently ranks 7th on the team’s all-time passing
  for 13th                            15. LeSean McCoy        4,879        yards list, needing 1,410 more yards to pass Sonny Jurgensen
                                                                           (9,639) for 6th
RB LeSean McCoy                                                          • Vick has 34 career rushing          EAGLES ALL-TIME SACKS
• McCoy currently ranks 15th on the team’s all-time scrimmage              touchdowns, needing one to tie Player                      Sacks
  yards list, trailing Jacksosn by 72 yards                                Randall Cunningham and Steve 1. Reggie White               124.0
• McCoy has 11 career 100-yard rushing games, needing one more             Grogan for the 8th-highest total 2. Clyde Simmons            76.0
  to tie Ricky Watters for the fifth-highest total in team annals          in NFL history by a quarterback 3. Trent Cole                69.5
• With 3,530 career rushing yards, McCoy trails only Wilbert Mont-       DE Trent Cole                        ------------------------------
  gomery (3,693) for the most yards ever by an Eagle in his first four                                        13. Mike Mamula           31.5
                                                                         • With 69.5 career sacks, Cole cur-
  seasons                                                                                                         Juqua Parker          31.5
                                                                           rently trails Clyde Simmons
• WIth 30 rushing touchdowns, he trails Steve Van Buren (38) for                                              15. Jerome Brown          29.5
                                                                           (76.0) for second all-time among
  the most by an Eagle in his first four seasons                                                              16. Darwin Walker         27.5
                                                                           Eagles
                                                                                                              17. Jason Babin           23.0
       EAGLES PRODUCTION IN FIRST FOUR SEASONS                           DE Jason Babin
       RUSHING YARDS              SCRIMMAGE YARDS                        • Babin can also climb up on the team’s all-time sack list. With 23.0,
Player                 Yds. Players                Yds.                    he trails Darwin Walker (27.5) for 16th place
1. Wilbert Montgomery 3,693 1. LeSean McCoy       4,879                  Winning Close Games
2. LeSean McCoy       3,530 2. Wilbert Montgomery 4,807
                                                                         • The Eagles have never had more than two one-point wins in a sea-
                                                                           son. They’ve never had more than three two-point wins
                                     EAGLES ALL-TIME SCORING
• McCoy is currently in 18th place                                       • In 2010, the Eagles had four three-point wins and in 1997 they had
                                     Player                Points          five three-point wins
  on the team’s all-time scoring
                                     17. Cliff Patton        244
  list. He trails Cliff Patton (244)
                                     18. LeSean McCoy        230    Team Streaks
  for 17th
                                     19. Gary Anderson       213    • Philadelphia has not allowed a punt or kickoff return for a touch-
• McCoy looks to become the                                           down since Felix Jones’ 98-yard kickoff return on 9/15/08 at Dal-
  second Eagles running back to                                       las. No other team has a longer streak
  have three straight 1,000-yard rushing seasons joining Ricky Wat-
                                                                    • The Eagles defense has not allowed back-to-back 300-yard
  ters (1995-97)
                                                                      passers since 1990 (Jim Kelly - 334 on 12/2/90 and Dan Marino -
                                                                      365 on 12/9/90), which is the longest streak in the NFL
                                                                    • The Eagles defense has yet to allow a 100-yard rusher in 2012,
                                                                      which is the third-longest streak in the NFL (Miami - Week 2 of
                                                                      2011; Chicago - Week 5 of 2011)
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OFFENSE
WR       18      Jeremy Maclin                          13       Damaris Johnson            14      Riley Cooper
LT       65      King Dunlap                            77       Demetress Bell
LG       69      Evan Mathis                            74       Nate Menkin
C        66      Dallas Reynolds                        68       Matt Tennant
RG       63      Danny Watkins                          67       Dennis Kelly
RT       79      Todd Herremans                         67       Dennis Kelly
TE       87      Brent Celek                            82       Clay Harbor
WR       10      DeSean Jackson                         81       Jason Avant                19      Mardy Gilyard
FB       39      Stanley Havili
RB       25      LeSean McCoy                           34       Bryce Brown                28      Dion Lewis                        32     Chris Polk
QB        7      Michael Vick                            9       Nick Foles                 11      Trent Edwards

DEFENSE
LDE      93      Jason Babin                            54       Brandon Graham             76      Phillip Hunt
LDT      97      Cullen Jenkins                         94       Derek Landri
RDT      91      Fletcher Cox                           72       Cedric Thornton
RDE      58      Trent Cole                             55       Darryl Tapp                75      Vinny Curry
WILL     56      Akeem Jordan                           57       Jason Williams
MLB      59      DeMeco Ryans                           50       Casey Matthews
SAM      95      Mychal Kendricks                       51       Jamar Chaney
LCB      23      D. Rodgers-Cromartie                   31       Curtis Marsh               22      Brandon Boykin
RCB      24      Nnamdi Asomugha                        27       Brandon Hughes
SS       29      Nate Allen                             30       Colt Anderson
FS       42      Kurt Coleman                           21       David Sims
Nickel   22      Brandon Boykin                         27       Brandon Hughes

SPECIAL TEAMS
P        1     Mat McBriar
K        6     Alex Henery
H        1     Mat McBriar
PR      13     Damaris Johnson                          10       DeSean Jackson             19      Mardy Gilyard
KOR     22     Brandon Boykin                           13       Damaris Johnson            34      Bryce Brown
LS      46     Jon Dorenbos
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                     PRONUNCIATION GUIDE                                                                    COACHING STAFF
         Nnamdi Asomugha . . . . . .NOM-dee AH-sum-wuh                                Andy Reid . .Exec. VP of football operations/head coach
         Jason Babin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BAB-in        Marty Mornhinweg . . .asst. head coach/off. coordinator
         Demetress Bell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .duh-MEE-triss                Todd Bowles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .defensive coordinator
         Brent Celek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SELL-ick        Bobby April . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .special teams coordinator
         Jon Dorenbos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DORN-boss              Bobby April III . . . . . . . . . . . . . .defensive quality control
         Stanley Havili . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ha-VEE-lee         Mike Caldwell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .linebackers
         Emil Igwenagu . . . . . . . . .eh-MEAL ig-wen-AH-goo                         David Culley . . . . . . . . . . . . . .senior asst/wide receivers
         Damaris Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .duh-MARR-us                   Tom Melvin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .tight ends
         Alex Henery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .HEN-ry        Howard Mudd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .offensive line
         Todd Herremans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .HARE-uh-mens                     Matt Nagy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .offensive quality control
         Jason Kelce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .KELL-see          Doug Pederson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .quarterbacks
         Ryan Rau . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .rhymes with NOW                Barry Rubin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .strength and conditioning
                                                                                      Duce Staley . . . . . . . . . . . . .special teams quality control
                                                                                      Jim Washburn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .defensive line
                                                                                      Ted Williams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .running backs
                                                                                      Michael Zordich . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .secondary/safeties
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    NO NAME                     POS      HT     WT         DOB AGE EXP    COLLEGE            HOMETOWN                How Acq.
    29 Allen, Nate              S        6-1    210   11/30/87    24  3   South Florida      Cape Coral, Fl.         D2-10
    30 Anderson, Colt           S        5-10   194   10/25/85    27  3   Montana            Butte, Mt.              FA-Min-10
    24 Asomugha, Nnamdi         CB       6-2    210    7/06/81    31 10   California         Los Angeles, Ca.        FA-Oak-11
    81 Avant, Jason             WR       6-0    212    4/20/83    29  7   Michigan           Chicago, Il.            D4b-06
    93 Babin, Jason             DE       6-3    267    5/24/80    32  9   Western Michigan Paw Paw, Mi.              FA-Ten-11
    77 Bell, Demetress          T        6-5    311    5/03/84    28  5   Northwestern State Summerfield, LA         FA-Buf-12
    22 Boykin, Brandon          CB       5-9    182    7/13/90    22  R   Georgia            Fayetteville, Ga.       D4-12
    34 Brown, Bryce             RB       6-0    223    5/14/91    21  R   Kansas State       Wichita, Ks.            D7-12
    87 Celek, Brent             TE       6-4    255    1/25/85    27  6   Cincinnati         Cincinnati, Oh.         D5b-07
    51 Chaney, Jamar            LB       6-0    242   10/11/86    26  3   Mississippi State  St. Lucie, Fl.          D7a-10
    58 Cole, Trent              DE       6-3    270   10/05/82    30  8   Cincinnati         Xenia, Oh.              D5a-05
    42 Coleman, Kurt            S        5-11   195    7/01/88    24  3   Ohio State         Clayton, Oh.            D7c-10
    14 Cooper, Riley            WR       6-3    222    9/09/87    25  3   Florida            Clearwater, Fl.         D5b-10
    91 Cox, Fletcher            DT       6-4    298   12/13/90    21  R   Mississippi State  Yazoo City, Ms.         D1-12
    75 Curry, Vinny             DE       6-3    266    6/30/88    24  R   Marshall           Neptune, NJ             D2b-12
    46 Dorenbos, Jon            LS       6-0    250    7/21/80    32 10   Texas-El Paso      Garden Grove, Ca.       FA-06
    65 Dunlap, King             T        6-9    330    9/14/85    27  5   Auburn             Brentwood, Tn.          D7-08
    11 Edwards, Trent           QB       6-4    230   10/30/83    29  5   Stanford           Los Gatos, Ca.          FA-12
      9 Foles, Nick             QB       6-6    243    1/20/89    23  R   Arizona            Austin, Tx.             D3-12
    19 Gilyard, Mardy           WR       6-1    187   12/02/86    25  2   Cincinnati         Bunnell, Fl.            FA-12
    54 Graham, Brandon          DE       6-2    268    4/03/88    24  3   Michigan           Detroit, Mi.            D1-10
    82 Harbor, Clay             TE       6-3    252    7/02/87    25  3   Missouri State     Dwight, Il.             D4d-10
    39 Havili, Stanley          FB       6-0    245   11/14/87    24  1   USC                Salt Lake City, Ut.     D7b-11
      6 Henery, Alex            K/P      6-1    177    8/18/87    25  2   Nebraska           Omaha, Ne.              D4b-11
    79 Herremans, Todd          T        6-6    321   10/13/82    30  8   Saginaw Valley St. Ravenna, Mi.            D4b-05
    27 Hughes, Brandon          CB       5-11   185    5/23/86    26  4   Oregon State       Bloomington, IL         FA-NYG-10
    76 Hunt, Phillip            DE       6-0    248    1/10/86    26  2   Houston            Fort Worth, Tx.         FA-11
    10 Jackson, DeSean          WR       5-10   175   12/01/86    25  5   California         Long Beach, Ca.         D2b-08
    97 Jenkins, Cullen          DT       6-2    305    1/20/81    31  9   Central Michigan Belleville, Mi.           FA-GB-11
    13 Johnson, Damaris         WR       5-8    170   11/22/89    22  R   Tulsa              Destrehan, La.          FA-12
    56 Jordan, Akeem            LB       6-1    230    8/17/85    27  6   James Madison      Harrisonburg, Va.       FA-07
    67 Kelly, Dennis            T        6-8    321    1/16/90    22  R   Purdue             Chicago Heights, Il.    D5-12
    95 Kendricks, Mychal        LB       5-11   239    9/28/90    22  R   California         Fresno, Ca.             D2a-12
    94 Landri, Derek            DT       6-2    290    9/21/83    29  6   Notre Dame         Concord, Ca.            FA-Car-11
    28 Lewis, Dion              RB       5-8    195    9/27/90    22  2   Pittsburgh         Blairstown, NJ          D5a-11
    18 Maclin, Jeremy           WR       6-0    198    5/11/88    24  4   Missouri           Kirkwood, Mo.           D1-09
    31 Marsh, Curtis            CB       6-1    197    3/01/88    24  2   Utah State         Simi Valley, Ca.        D3-11
    69 Mathis, Evan             G        6-5    302   11/01/81    31  8   Alabama            Homewood, Ala.          FA-Cin-11
    50 Matthews, Casey          LB       6-1    245    1/16/89    23  2   Oregon             Westlake Village, Ca.   D4a-11
      1 McBriar, Mat            P        6-0    227    7/08/79    33  9   Hawaii             Melbourne, Australia    FA-12
    25 McCoy, LeSean            RB       5-11   208    7/12/88    24  4   Pittsburgh         Harrisburg, Pa.         D2-09
    74 Menkin, Nate             T/G      6-4    296   10/04/88    24  R   Mary Hardin-Baylor Lago Vista, Tx.         W-Hou-12
    32 Polk, Chris              RB       5-11   222   12/16/89    22  R   Washington         Redlands, Ca.           FA-12
    66 Reynolds, Dallas         G/C      6-4    320    4/23/84    28  1   BYU                Provo, Ut.              FA-09
    23 Rodgers-Cromartie, D.    CB       6-2    182    4/07/86    26  5   Tennessee State    Bradenton, Fl.          T-Arz-11
    59 Ryans, DeMeco            LB       6-1    247    7/28/84    28  7   Alabama            Bessemer, Al.           T-Hou-12
    21 Sims, David              S        5-9    204   10/20/86    26  1   Iowa State         Gainesville, Fl.        T-Cle-12
    55 Tapp, Darryl             DE       6-1    270    9/13/84    28  7   Virginia Tech      Chesapeake, VA          T-Sea-10
    68 Tennant, Matt            C        6-4    300    3/19/87    25  3   Boston College     Cincinnati, Oh.         FA-12
    72 Thornton, Cedric         DT       6-4    309    6/21/88    24  1   Southern Arkansas Star City, Ark.          FA-11
      7 Vick, Michael           QB       6-0    215    6/26/80    32 11   Virginia Tech      Newport News, Va.       FA-09
    63 Watkins, Danny           G        6-3    310   11/06/84    27  2   Baylor             Kelowna, BC             D1-11
    57 Williams, Jason          LB       6-1    245    4/23/86    26  4   Western Illinois   Chicago, Il.            FA-12
                                                      Avg. Age: 26.1
      Reserve/Non-Football Injury List
   98 Patterson, Mike          DT        6-1    300    9/01/83   29   8   USC                Los Alamitos, Ca.       D1-05
   71 Peters, Jason            T         6-4    340    1/22/82   30   9   Arkansas           Queen City, Tx.         T-Buf-09
      Injured Reserve
   80 Johnson, Ron              WR       5-10 185      8/03/88   24   1   USC                Muskegon, Mi.           FA-11
   62 Kelce, Jason              C        6-3 295      11/05/87   24   2   Cincinnati         Cleveland, Oh.          D6a-11
        Practice Squad
   89   Carrier, Derek          TE       6-4    238    7/25/90   22   R   Beloit             Edgerton, Wi.           FA-12
   88   Cunningham, B.J.        WR       6-2    215    5/29/89   23   R   Michigan State     Westerville, Oh.        FA-12
   41   Igwenagu, Emil          FB       6-2    245    3/27/89   23   R   Massachussetts     Boylston, Ma.           FA-12
   83   McNutt, Marvin          WR       6-2    216    7/04/89   23   R   Iowa               St. Louis, Mo.          D6a-12
   53   Rau, Ryan               LB       6-1    230    7/30/90   22   R   Portland State     Folsom, Ca.             FA-12
   73   Reynolds, Matt          T        6-4    310    5/31/86   26   R   BYU                Provo, Ut.              FA-12
   78   Trotter, Frank          DT       6-2    275    1/17/90   22   R   Memphis            Mobile, Al.             FA-12
   61   Vandervelde, Julian     G        6-2    300    10/7/87   24   2   Iowa               Davenport, Ia.          D5b-11
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    NO NAME                   POS   HT     WT        DOB AGE    EXP   COLLEGE             HOMETOWN              How Acq. ‘12 GP/GS/IA
      1 Mat McBriar           P     6-0    227    7/08/79 33      9   Hawaii              Melbourne, Australia FA-12              4/0
      6 Alex Henery           K/P   6-1    177    8/18/87 25      2   Nebraska            Omaha, Ne.            D4b-11            7/0
      7 Michael Vick          QB    6-0    215    6/26/80 32     11   Virginia Tech       Newport News, Va. FA-09                 7/7
      9 Nick Foles            QB    6-6    243    1/20/89 23      R   Arizona             Austin, Tx.           D3-12             0/0
    10 DeSean Jackson         WR    5-10   175   12/01/86 25      5   California          Long Beach, Ca.       D2b-08            7/7
    11 Trent Edwards          QB    6-4    230   10/30/83 29      5   Stanford            Los Gatos, Ca.        FA-12           0/0/5
    13 Damaris Johnson        WR    5-8    170   11/22/89 22      R   Tulsa               Destrehan, La.        FA-12           5/0/2
    14 Riley Cooper           WR    6-3    222    9/09/87 25      3   Florida             Clearwater, Fl.       D5b-10          2/0/5
    18 Jeremy Maclin          WR    6-0    198    5/11/88 24      4   Missouri            Kirkwood, Mo.         D1-09           6/6/1
    19 Mardy Gilyard          WR    6-1    187   12/02/86 25      2   Cincinnati          Bunnell, Fl.          FA-12             6/0
    21 David Sims             S     5-9    204   10/20/86 26      1   Iowa State          Gainesville, Fl.      T-Cle-12        6/0/1
    22 Brandon Boykin         CB    5-9    182    7/13/90 22      R   Georgia             Fayetteville, Ga.     D4-12             7/3
    23 D. Rodgers-Cromartie   CB    6-2    182    4/07/86 26      5   Tennessee State     Bradenton, Fl.        T-Arz-11          7/7
    24 Nnamdi Asomugha        CB    6-2    210    7/06/81 31     10   California          Los Angeles, Ca.      FA-Oak-11         7/7
    25 LeSean McCoy           RB    5-11   208    7/12/88 24      4   Pittsburgh          Harrisburg, Pa.       D2-09             7/7
    27 Brandon Hughes         CB    5-11   185    5/23/86 26      4   Oregon State        Bloomington, IL       FA-NYG-10         7/0
    28 Dion Lewis             RB    5-8    195    9/27/90 22      2   Pittsburgh          Blairstown, NJ        D5a-11          1/0/6
    29 Nate Allen             S     6-1    210   11/30/87 24      3   South Florida       Cape Coral, Fl.       D2-10             7/7
    30 Colt Anderson          S     5-10   194   10/25/85 27      3   Montana             Butte, Mt.            FA-Min-10       5/0/2
    31 Curtis Marsh           CB    6-1    197    3/01/88 24      2   Utah State          Simi Valley, Ca.      D3-11           6/0/1
    32 Chris Polk             RB    5-11   222   12/16/89 22      R   Washington          Redlands, Ca.         FA-12           6/0/1
    34 Bryce Brown            RB    6-0    223    5/14/91 21      R   Kansas State        Wichita, Ks.          D7-12             7/0
    39 Stanley Havili         FB    6-0    245   11/14/87 24      1   USC                 Salt Lake City, Ut.   D7b-11            7/1
    42 Kurt Coleman           S     5-11   195    7/01/88 24      3   Ohio State          Clayton, Oh.          D7c-10            7/7
    46 Jon Dorenbos           LS    6-0    250    7/21/80 32     10   Texas-El Paso       Garden Grove, Ca.     FA-06             7/0
    50 Casey Matthews         LB    6-1    245    1/16/89 23      2   Oregon              Westlake Village, Ca. D4a-11            7/1
    51 Jamar Chaney           LB    6-0    242   10/11/86 26      3   Mississippi State   St. Lucie, Fl.        D7a-10          5/2/2
    54 Brandon Graham         DE    6-2    268    4/03/88 24      3   Michigan            Detroit, Mi.          D1-10             7/0
    55 Darryl Tapp            DE    6-1    270    9/13/84 28      7   Virginia Tech       Chesapeake, Va.       T-Sea-10          7/0
    56 Akeem Jordan           LB    6-1    230    8/17/85 27      6   James Madison       Harrisonburg, Va.     FA-07           5/2/2
    57 Jason Williams         LB    6-1    245    4/23/86 26      4   Western Illinois    Chicago, Il.          FA-12             2/0
    58 Trent Cole             DE    6-3    270   10/05/82 30      8   Cincinnati          Xenia, Oh.            D5a-05            7/7
    59 DeMeco Ryans           LB    6-1    247    7/28/84 28      7   Alabama             Bessemer, Al.         T-Hou-12          7/7
    63 Danny Watkins          G     6-3    310   11/06/84 27      2   Baylor              Kelowna, BC           D1-11           6/6/1
    65 King Dunlap            T     6-9    330    9/14/85 27      5   Auburn              Brentwood, Tn.        D7-08           5/3/2
    66 Dallas Reynolds        G/C   6-4    320    4/23/84 28      1   BYU                 Provo, Ut.            FA-09             7/5
    67 Dennis Kelly           T     6-8    321    1/16/90 22      R   Purdue              Chicago Heights, Il. D5-12            3/1/1
    68 Matt Tennant           C     6-4    300    3/19/87 25      3   Boston College      Cincinnati, Oh.       FA-12             0/0
    69 Evan Mathis            G     6-5    302   11/01/81 31      8   Alabama             Homewood, Ala.        FA-Cin-11         7/7
    72 Cedric Thornton        DT    6-4    309    6/21/88 24      1   Southern Arkansas Star City, Ark.         FA-11             7/0
    74 Nate Menkin            T/G   6-4    296   10/04/88 24      R   Mary Hardin-Baylor Lago Vista, Tx.        W-Hou-12        0/0/7
    75 Vinny Curry            DE    6-3    266    6/30/88 24      R   Marshall            Neptune, NJ           D2b-12          0/0/7
    76 Phillip Hunt           DE    6-0    248    1/10/86 26      2   Houston             Fort Worth, Tx.       FA-11             7/0
    77 Demetress Bell         T     6-5    311    5/03/84 28      5   Northwestern State Summerfield, LA        FA-Buf-12       6/4/1
    79 Todd Herremans         T     6-6    321   10/13/82 30      8   Saginaw Valley StateRavenna, Mi.          D4b-05            7/7
    81 Jason Avant            WR    6-0    212    4/20/83 29      7   Michigan            Chicago, Il.          D4b-06            7/2
    82 Clay Harbor            TE    6-3    252    7/02/87 25      3   Missouri State      Dwight, Il.           D4d-10            7/5
    87 Brent Celek            TE    6-4    255    1/25/85 27      6   Cincinnati          Cincinnati, Oh.       D5b-07            7/7
    91 Fletcher Cox           DT    6-4    298   12/13/90 21      R   Mississippi State   Yazoo City, Ms.       D1-12             7/1
    93 Jason Babin            DE    6-3    267    5/24/80 32      9   Western Michigan Paw Paw, Mi.             FA-Ten-11         7/7
    94 Derek Landri           DT    6-2    290    9/21/83 29      6   Notre Dame          Concord, Ca.          FA-Car-11         7/6
    95 Mychal Kendricks       LB    5-11   239    9/28/90 22      R   California          Fresno, Ca.           D2a-12            7/6
    97 Cullen Jenkins         DT    6-2    305    1/20/81 31      9   Central Michigan    Belleville, Mi.       FA-GB-11          7/7
      Reserve/Non-Football Injury List
   98 Mike Patterson        DT 6-1         300   9/01/83   29    8 USC                    Los Alamitos, Ca.   D1-05              0/0
   71 Jason Peters          T     6-4      340   1/22/82   30    9 Arkansas               Queen City, Tx.     T-Buf-09           0/0
      Injured Reserve
   62 Jason Kelce             C     6-3 295 11/05/87       24    2 Cincinnati             Cleveland, Oh.      D6a-11             2/2
   80 Ron Johnson             WR    5-10 185 8/03/88       24    1 USC                    Muskegon, Mi.       FA-11              0/0
        Practice Squad
   41   Emil Igwenagu         FB    6-2    245   3/27/89   23    R Massachussetts         Boylston, Ma.       FA-12              0/0
   53   Ryan Rau              LB    6-1    230   7/30/90   22    R Portland State         Folsom, Ca.         FA-12              0/0
   61   Julian Vandervelde    G     6-2    300   10/7/87   24    2 Iowa                   Davenport, Ia.      D5b-11             0/0
   73   Matt Reynolds         T     6-4    310   5/31/86   26    R BYU                    Provo, Ut.          FA-12              0/0
   78   Frank Trotter         DT    6-2    275   1/17/90   22    R Memphis                Mobile, Al.         FA-12              0/0
   83   Marvin McNutt         WR    6-2    216   7/04/89   23    R Iowa                   St. Louis, Mo.      D6a-12             0/0
   88   B.J. Cunningham       WR    6-2    215   5/29/89   23    R Michigan State         Westerville, Oh.    FA-12              0/0
   89   Derek Carrier         TE    6-4    238   7/25/90   22    R Beloit                 Edgerton, Wi.       FA-12              0/0
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HOW THEY WERE ACQUIRED                          EAGLES BY DRAFT ROUND                             BY EXPERIENCE AND GAMES

2005   Mike Patterson (NFI)       D1            1st round (9)                                     Player              Exp        GP    GS   W/Phi
                                                Michael Vick             Atl    2001 (1st)
       Todd Herremans            D4b            Nnamdi Asomugha          Oak   2003 (31st)        Nnamdi Asomugha 10            145   121   23/22
       Trent Cole                D5a            Jason Babin              Hou   2004 (27th)        Jon Dorenbos         10       131     0    92/0
2006   Jason Avant               D4b            Mike Patterson (NFI)     Phi   2005 (31st)        Mat McBriar           9       120     0     4/0
                                                D.Rodgers-Cromartie      Arz   2008 (16th)        Michael Vick         11       118   100   44/33
       Jon Dorenbos               FA            Jeremy Maclin            Phi   2009 (19th)
2007   Brent Celek               D5b            Brandon Graham           Phi   2010 (13th)        Cullen Jenkins        9       116    89   23/23
       Akeem Jordan             RFA             Danny Watkins            Phi   2011 (23rd)        Trent Cole            8       115   105
2008   DeSean Jackson            D2b            Fletcher Cox             Phi   2012 (12th)        Mike Patterson (NFI) 8        110    99
       King Dunlap                D7                                                              Jason Peters (NFI)    9       107    97   42/42
                                                2nd round (7)
2009   Jason Peters (NFI)      T-Buf            DeMeco Ryans             Hou           2006       Jason Babin           9       105    65   35/23
       Jeremy Maclin              D1            Darryl Tapp              Sea           2006       Todd Herremans        8       102    99
       LeSean McCoy               D2            DeSean Jackson           Phi           2008       Darryl Tapp           7        97    35    33/3
                                                LeSean McCoy             Phi           2009       DeMeco Ryans          7        93    93     7/7
       Dallas Reynolds            FA            Nate Allen               Phi           2010
       Michael Vick               FA            Mychal Kendricks         Phi           2012       Jason Avant           7        93    35
2010   Darryl Tapp            T-Sea             Vinny Curry              Phi           2012       Brent Celek           6        87    64
       Brandon Graham             D1                                                              Evan Mathis           8        79    44   22/22
                                                3rd round (5)                                     Akeem Jordan          6        73    28
       Nate Allen                 D2            Evan Mathis              Car           2005       Derek Landri          6        70    22    19/6
       Clay Harbor               D4d            Trent Edwards            Buf           2007
                                                Jason Williams           Dal           2009       D. Rodgers-Cromartie 5         68    53   20/10
       Riley Cooper              D5b
                                                Curtis Marsh             Phi           2011       DeSean Jackson        5        67    66
       Jamar Chaney              D7a            Nick Foles               Phi           2012       LeSean McCoy          4        53    39
       Kurt Coleman              D7c
                                                                                                  Jeremy Maclin         4        50    48
       Colt Anderson        FA-Min              4th round (7)
                                                Todd Herremans           Phi           2005       King Dunlap           5        43    10
       Brandon Hughes       FA-NYG
                                                Jason Avant              Phi           2006       Demetress Bell        5        37    34     6/4
2011   Philip Hunt                FA            Clay Harbor              Phi           2010       Trent Edwards         5        37    33     0/0
       Danny Watkins              D1            Mardy Gilyard            StL           2010       Kurt Coleman          3        37    22
       Curtis Marsh               D3            Casey Matthews           Phi           2011
                                                Alex Henery              Phi           2011       Nate Allen            3        35    32
       Casey Matthews            D4a                                                              Jamar Chaney          3        35    20
                                                Brandon Boykin           Phi           2012
       Alex Henery               D4b                                                              Clay Harbor           3        32    14
       Dion Lewis                D5a            5th round (8)                                     Riley Cooper          3        31     5
       Jason Kelce (IR)          D6a            Trent Cole               Phi           2005       Jason Williams        4        30     4     2/0
       Stanley Havili            D7b            Brent Celek              Phi           2007
                                                Derek Landri             Jax           2007       Matt Tennant          3        28     0     0/0
       Cedric Thornton          RFA             Brandon Hughes           SD            2009       Colt Anderson         3        25     2
       D. Rodgers-Cromartie T-Arz               Riley Cooper             Phi           2010       Brandon Graham        3        23     6
       Nnamdi Asomugha FA-Oak                   Matt Tennant             NO            2010       Casey Matthews        2        23     4
       Jason Babin           FA-Ten             Dion Lewis               Phi           2011
                                                Dennis Kelly             Phi           2012       Alex Henery           2        23     0
       Cullen Jenkins         FA-GB                                                               Brandon Hughes        4        21     1
       Evan Mathis           FA-Cin             6th round (2)                                     Jason Kelce (IR)      2        18    18
       Derek Landri          FA-Car             Jason Kelce (IR)         Phi           2011       Danny Watkins         2        18    18
                                                Ron Johnson (IR)         SF            2011
       Ron Johnson (IR)           FA                                                              Mardy Gilyard         2        17     2     6/0
2012   Trent Edwards              FA            7th Round (5)                                     Dion Lewis            2        16     0
       DeMeco Ryans           T-Hou             King Dunlap              Phi           2008       Phillip Hunt          2        16     0
       Demetress Bell        FA-Buf             Jamar Chaney             Phi           2010       Curtis Marsh          2        13     0
                                                Kurt Coleman             Phi           2010
       Fletcher Cox               D1            Stanley Havili           Phi           2011       Mychal Kendricks      R         7     6
       Mychal Kendricks          D2a            Bryce Brown              Phi           2012       Dallas Reynolds       1         7     5
       Vinny Curry               D2b                                                              Brandon Boykin        R         7     3
       Nick Foles                 D3            Undrafted (14)                                    Stanley Havili        1         7     1
                                                Jon Dorenbos             Buf           2003       Fletcher Cox          R         7     1
       Brandon Boykin             D4            Cullen Jenkins           GB            2003
       Dennis Kelly               D5            Mat McBriar              Den           2003       Cedric Thornton       1         7     0
       Bryce Brown                D7            Jason Peters (NFI)       Buf           2004       Bryce Brown           R         7     0
       Damaris Johnson          RFA             Akeem Jordan             Phi           2007       Chris Polk            R         6     0
                                                Demetress Bell           Buf           2008       David Sims            1         6     0
       Chris Polk               RFA             Dallas Reynolds          Phi           2009
       David Sims              T-Cle            Colt Anderson            Min           2009       Damaris Johnson       R         5     0
       Nate Menkin           W-Hou              Phillip Hunt             Cle           2009       Dennis Kelly          R         3     1
                                                David Sims               NYG           2011       Ron Johnson (IR)      1         0     0
       Mardy Gilyard              FA            Cedric Thornton          Phi           2011
       Mat McBriar                FA                                                              Vinny Curry           R         0     0
                                                Damaris Johnson          Phi           2012
       Jason Williams             FA            Chris Polk               Phi           2012       Nick Foles            R         0     0
       Matt Tennant               FA            Nate Menkin              Hou           2012       Nate Menkin           R         0     0

       RFA-rookie free agent; T- trade; W- claimed off waivers; (IR) - Injured Reserve list, Reserve/Non-Football Injury List
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Game                  1   2     3    4        5      6     7   8     9   10   11    12   13   14     15  16
Date                 S9 S16    S23 S30        O7    O14   O28 N5    N11 N18 N26     D2   D9   D13   D23 D30
Opponent            @Cle BAL   @Arz NYG      @Pit   DET   ATL @NO   DAL @Was CAR   @Dal @TB   CIN   WAS @NYG   GP   GS   IA DNP
Allen, Nate          SS  SS     SS     SS     SS     SS    SS                                                   7    7   0    0
Anderson, Colt       IA   P      P     IA      P      P     P                                                   5    0   2    0
Asomugha, Nnamdi    RCB RCB    RCB    RCB    RCB    RCB   RCB                                                   7    7   0    0
Avant, Jason          P   P    WR       P      P      P   WR                                                    7    2   0    0
Babin, Jason        LDE LDE    LDE    LDE    LDE    LDE   LDE                                                   7    7   0    0
Beeler, Chase        PS   X      X      X      X      X     X                                                   0    0   0    0
Bell, Demetress      IA   P     LT     LT     LT     LT     P                                                   6    4   1    0
Boykin, Brandon      CB  CB      P      P      P     CB     P                                                   7    3   0    0
Brown, Bryce          P   P      P      P      P      P     P                                                   7    0   0    0
Carrier, Derek        X  PS     PS     PS     PS     PS    PS                                                   0    0   0    0
Celek, Brent         TE  TE     TE     TE     TE     TE    TE                                                   7    7   0    0
Chaney, Jamar         P   P      P    WILL   WILL    IA    IA                                                   5    2   2    0
Cole, Trent         RDE RDE    RDE    RDE    RDE    RDE   RDE                                                   7    7   0    0
Coleman, Kurt        FS  FS     FS     FS     FS     FS    FS                                                   7    7   0    0
Cooper, Riley        IA  IA     IA     IA     IA      P     P                                                   2    0   5    0
Cox, Fletcher         P   P      P      P      P      P   RDT                                                   7    1   0    0
Cunningham, B.J.     PS  PS     PS     PS     PS     PS    PS                                                   0    0   0    0
Curry, Vinny         IA  IA     IA     IA     IA     IA    IA                                                   0    0   7    0
Dorenbos, Jon         P   P      P      P      P      P     P                                                   7    0   0    0
Dunlap, King         LT  LT     IA     IA      P      P    LT                                                   5    3   2    0
Ebert, Jeremy         X  PS     PS      X      X      X     X                                                   0    0   0    0
Edwards, Trent      DNP IA      IA    DNP     IA     IA    IA                                                   0    0   5    2
Foles, Nick         DNP DNP    DNP    DNP    DNP    DNP   DNP                                                   0    0   0    7
Ford, Chase          PS   X      X      X      X      X     X                                                   0    0   0    0
Gilyard, Mardy        X   P      P      P      P      P     P                                                   6    0   0    0
Graham, Brandon       P   P      P      P      P      P     P                                                   7    0   0    0
Harbor, Clay          P  TE     TE     TE     TE     TE     P                                                   7    5   0    0
Havili, Stanley      FB   P      P      P      P      P     P                                                   7    1   0    0
Henery, Alex          P   P      P      P      P      P     P                                                   7    0   0    0
Henry, Chas           P   P      P      X      X      X     X                                                   3    0   0    0
Herremans, Todd      RT  RT     RT     RT     RT     RT    RT                                                   7    7   0    0
Hughes, Brandon       P   P      P      P      P      P     P                                                   7    0   0    0
Hunt, Phillip         P   P      P      P      P      P     P                                                   7    0   0    0
Igwenagu, Emil       PS  PS     PS     PS     PS     PS    PS                                                   0    0   0    0
Jackson, DeSean     WR WR      WR     WR     WR     WR    WR                                                    7    7   0    0
Jarrett, Jaiquawn     P   X      X      X      X      X     X                                                   1    0   0    0
Jenkins, Cullen     LDT LDT    LDT    LDT    LDT    LDT   LDT                                                   7    7   0    0
Johnson, Damaris      P   P      P      P      P     IA    IA                                                   5    0   2    0
Johnson, Ron         IR  IR     IR     IR     IR     IR    IR                                                   0    0   0    0
Jordan, Akeem         P   P    WILL    IA     IA      P   WILL                                                  5    2   2    0
Kelce, Jason          C   C     IR     IR     IR     IR    IR                                                   2    2   0    0
Kelly, Dennis       DNP IA       P      P    DNP    DNP    RG                                                   3    1   1    3
Kendricks, Mychal   SAM SAM    SAM    SAM    SAM    SAM     P                                                   7    6   0    0
Landri, Derek       RDT RDT    RDT    RDT    RDT    RDT     P                                                   7    6   0    0
Lewis, Dion          IA  IA     IA     IA      P     IA    IA                                                   1    0   6    0
Maclin, Jeremy      WR WR       IA    WR     WR     WR    WR                                                    6    6   1    0
Marsh, Curtis         P  IA      P      P      P      P     P                                                   6    0   1    0
Mathis, Evan         LG  LG     LG     LG     LG     LG    LG                                                   7    7   0    0
Matthews, Casey       P   P      P      P      P      P   SAM                                                   7    1   0    0
McBriar, Mat          X   X      X      P      P      P     P                                                   4    0   0    0
McCoy, LeSean        RB  RB     RB     RB     RB     RB    RB                                                   7    7   0    0
McNutt, Marvin       PS  PS     PS     PS     PS     PS    PS                                                   0    0   0    0
Menkin, Nate         IA  IA     IA     IA     IA     IA    IA                                                   0    0   7    0
Moten, Adrian         X   X      X      X      P      X     X                                                   1    0   0    0
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Game                      1   2        3    4            5        6        7   8            9   10   11                12   13          14        15  16
Date                     S9 S16       S23 S30            O7      O14      O28 N5           N11 N18 N26                 D2   D9          D13      D23 D30
Opponent                @Cle BAL      @Arz NYG          @Pit     DET      ATL @NO          DAL @Was CAR               @Dal @TB          CIN      WAS @NYG                GP   GS   IA DNP
Nelson, Kyle              X   X         X       PS        X        X       X                                                                                              0    0   0    0
Patterson, Mike         NFI NFI       NFI      NFI      NFI      NFI     NFI                                                                                              0    0   0    0
Peters, Jason           NFI NFI       NFI      NFI      NFI      NFI     NFI                                                                                              0    0   0    0
Polk, Chris              P   P         P        P        IA       P        P                                                                                              6    0   1    0
Rau, Ryan                PS  PS        PS       PS       PS       PS      PS                                                                                              0    0   0    0
Reynolds, Dallas         P   P         C        C        C        C        C                                                                                              7    5   0    0
Reynolds, Matt           PS  PS        PS       PS       PS       PS      PS                                                                                              0    0   0    0
Rodgers-Cromartie, D.   LCB LCB       LCB      LCB      LCB      LCB     LCB                                                                                              7    7   0    0
Rolle, Brian             P   P         P        P         X        X       X                                                                                              4    0   0    0
Ryans, DeMeco           MLB MLB       MLB      MLB      MLB      MLB     MLB                                                                                              7    7   0    0
Sims, David              IA  P         P        P        P        P        P                                                                                              6    0   1    0
Tapp, Darryl             P   P         P        P        P        P        P                                                                                              7    0   0    0
Tennant, Matt             X   X         X        X        X        X     DNP                                                                                              0    0   0    1
Thornton, Cedric         P   P         P        P        P        P        P                                                                                              7    0   0    0
Trotter, Frank           PS  PS        PS       PS       PS       PS      PS                                                                                              0    0   0    0
Vallos, Steve             X   X        P        P        IA       IA       X                                                                                              2    0   2    0
Vandervelde, Julian       X   X         X        X       PS       PS      PS                                                                                              0    0   0    0
Vick, Michael           QB  QB        QB       QB       QB       QB       QB                                                                                              7    7   0    0
Watkins, Danny          RG  RG        RG       RG       RG       RG       IA                                                                                              6    6   1    0
Williams, Jason           X   X         X        X        X       P        P                                                                                              2    0   0    0

                          KEY: POSITION - start, P - played (did not start), IA - inactive, IR - injured reserve, DNP - dressed but did not play, DND - did not dress,
                               PS - practice squad member, NFI - reserve/non-football injury, SUSP - suspended, X - not with team, EX - roster exemption
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                                                             OFFENSE
                                                           REGULAR SEASON
OPP      WR       LT        LG       C           RG        RT        TE         WR          FB          RB           QB      Other
at Cle   Maclin   Dunlap    Mathis   Kelce       Watkins   Herremans Celek      D.Jackson   Havili      McCoy        Vick
BAL      Maclin   Dunlap    Mathis   Kelce       Watkins   Herremans Celek      D.Jackson   ---         McCoy        Vick    Harbor (TE)
at Arz   Avant    Bell      Mathis   Reynolds    Watkins   Herremans Celek      D.Jackson   ---         McCoy        Vick    Avant (WR)
NYG      Maclin   Bell      Mathis   Reynolds    Watkins   Herremans Celek      D.Jackson   ---         McCoy        Vick    Harbor (TE)
at Pit   Maclin   Bell      Mathis   Reynolds    Watkins   Herremans Celek      D.Jackson   ---         McCoy        Vick    Harbor (TE)
DET      Maclin   Bell      Mathis   Reynolds    Watkins   Herremans Celek      D.Jackson   ---         McCoy        Vick    Harbor (TE)
ATL      Maclin   Dunlap    Mathis   Reynolds    Kelly     Herremans Celek      D.Jackson   ---         McCoy        Vick    Avant (WR)

                                                            DEFENSE

OPP      LDE      LDT       RDT      RDE        WILL       MLB      SAM         LCB     RCB          SS          FS         Other
at Cle   Babin    Jenkins   Landri   Cole       ---        Ryans    Kendricks   DRC*    Asomugha     Allen       Coleman    Boykin (CB)
BAL      Babin    Jenkins   Landri   Cole       ---        Ryans    Kendricks   DRC*    Asomugha     Allen       Coleman    Boykin (CB)
at Arz   Babin    Jenkins   Landri   Cole       Jordan     Ryans    Kendricks   DRC*    Asomugha     Allen       Coleman
NYG      Babin    Jenkins   Landri   Cole       Chaney     Ryans    Kendricks   DRC*    Asomugha     Allen       Coleman
at Pit   Babin    Jenkins   Landri   Cole       Chaney     Ryans    Kendricks   DRC*    Asomugha     Allen       Coleman
DET      Babin    Jenkins   Landri   Cole       ---        Ryans    Kendricks   DRC*    Asomugha     Allen       Coleman    Boykin (CB)
ATL      Babin    Jenkins   Cox      Cole       Jordan     Ryans    Matthews    DRC*    Asomugha     Allen       Coleman

                                                                                                             *Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie
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• Monday, January 2 - Agreed to terms with TE Brett Brackett, FB • Wednesday, April 4 - Agreed to terms with T Demetress Bell on a
  Stanley Havili, C Zane Taylor, CB D.J. Johnson, DE Maurice       5-year contract
  Fountain and WR Jamel Hamler                                   • Monday, April 9 - Agreed to terms with DT Derek Landri on a 1-
• Wednesday, January 4 - Signed RB Graig Cooper to a three-year    year contract
  deal and CB Trevard Lindley to a two-year deal                 • Thursday, April 12 - DT Trevor Laws signed with the St. Louis
• Thursday, January 5 - Signed OL Dallas Reynolds                          Rams
• Friday, January 6 - Signed WR Mardy Gilyard to a two-year • Wednesday, April 25 - Traded CB Asante Samuel to the Atlanta
  contract                                                    Falcons for a 2012 7th round draft choice
• Saturday, January 7 - Released secondary coach Johnnie Lynn       • Thursday, April 26 - Traded a first round draft choice (15th
• Wednesday, January 11 - Director of Player Personnel Ryan           overall), a 4th round draft choice (114th overall) and a 6th round
  Grigson was named General Manager of the Indianapolis Colts         draft choice (172nd overall) to the Seattle Seahawks for a first
                                                                      round draft choice (12th overall) ... Selected DT Fletcher Cox
•   Friday, January 27 - Promoted Anthony Patch to Director of        (Mississippi State) with the 12th overall pick in the first round
    College Scouting and named Rick Mueller as Player Personnel
    Executive                                                       • Friday, April 27 - Selected LB Mychal Kendricks (California) in the
                                                                      second round (46th overall) ... Traded a second round draft choice
•   Monday, January 30 - Named Todd Bowles secondary coach            (51st overall) to the Green Bay Packers for a second round draft
•   Friday, February 3 - Assistant strength and conditioning coach    choice (59th overall) and a fourth round draft choice (123rd
    Roger Marandino was named head strength and conditioning          overall) ... Selected DE Vinny Curry (Marshall) in the second round
    coach of the Indianapolis Colts                                   (59th overall) ... Selected QB Nick Foles (Arizona) in the third
•   Tuesday, February 7 - Claimed T D.J. Jones off waivers from the   round (88th overall)
    Baltimore Ravens and named Keith Gray assistant strength and • Saturday, April 28 - Selected CB Brandon Boykin (Georgia) in the
    conditioning coach                                                     fourth round (123rd overall) ... Selected T Dennis Kelly (Purdue) in
•   Tuesday, February 21 - Agreed to terms with DT Cullen Jenkins on       the fifth round (153rd overall) ... Selected WR Marvin McNutt
    a restructured contract                                                (Iowa) in the sixth round (194th overall) ... Selected G Brandon
                                                                           Washington in the sixth round (200th overall) ... Selected RB Bryce
•   Thursday, February 23 - Agreed to terms with QB Trent Edwards          Brown (Kansas State) in the seventh round (229th overall)
    on a one-year contract
                                                                         • Sunday, April 29 - Agreed to terms with 13 rookie free agents: WR
•   Thursday, March 1 - Placed the franchise tag on WR DeSean              Elvis Akpla (Montana State), LS Matt Camilli (UTEP), TE Chase
    Jackson                                                                Ford (Miami, FL), CB Cliff Harris (Oregon), FB Emil Igwenagu
•   Monday, March 5 - Signed LB Monte Simmons                              (Massachussetts), WR McKay Jacobson (BYU), WR Damaris
•   Monday, March 12 - Tendered restricted free agent DT Antonio           Johnson (Tulsa), WR Aaron Pflugrad (BYU), RB Chris Polk
    Dixon a one-year qualifying offer                                      (Washington), FB Jeremy Stewart (Stanford), S Phillip Thomas
                                                                           (Syracuse), P Ryan Tydlacka (Kentucky), WR Darnell Williams
•   Tuesday, March 13 - Signed T Todd Herremans to a three-year
    contract extension through 2016                                      • Friday, May 4 - Claimed T Thomas Welch off of waivers from the
                                                                           Saint Louis Rams
•   Wednesday, March 14 - Signed DE Trent Cole to a four-year
    contract extension through 2017 ... Traded T Winston Justice and • Tuesday, May 8 - Agreed to terms with LB Mychal Kendricks on a
    a 6th round draft choice (17th pick) to the Indianapolis Colts for a   four-year contract
  6th round draft choice (2nd pick) ... Signed DT Antonio Dixon to a • Wednesday, May 9 - Agreed to terms with DE Vinny Curry, T
  one-year contract ... Released C Jamaal Jackson ... Agreed to        Dennis Kelly, and WR Marvin McNutt, each to four-year deals
  terms with WR DeSean Jackson on a five-year contract extension • Friday, May 11 - Signed rookie free agent QB Jacory Harris
  through 2016 ... Signed G/C Mike Gibson to a two-year deal           (Miami, FL) ... signed CB Brandon Boykin, G Brandon Washington
• Thursday, March 15 - DE Juqua Parker signed with the Cleveland       and RB Bryce Brown, each to four-year deals
  Browns                                                             • Thursday, May 17 - Signed rookie free agent G Alfred McCullough
• Saturday, March 17 - Signed G Evan Mathis to a five-year contract        (Alabama) and released C Zane Taylor ... Agreed to terms with RB
• Monday, March 19 - Signed C/G Steve Vallos to a one-year                 LeSean McCoy on a five-year contract extension through 2017
  contract                                                     • Monday, May 21 - Agreed to terms with QB Nick Foles on a four-
• Tuesday, March 20 - Acquired LB DeMeco Ryans in a trade with   year deal ... Released QB Jacory Harris
  the Houston Texans in exchange for a 2012 fourth round draft • Thursday, May 24 - Named Tom Donahoe senior football advisor,
  choice. The Eagles and Texans also swapped picks in the 3rd    Ed Marynowitz assistant director of pro scouting, Jake Hallum
  round (Eagles get 89th overall pick, Texans get 77th overall)  senior scout, John Middlekauf west coast area scout, Dan Hatman
• Monday, March 26 - WR Steve Smith signed with the St. Louis    pro scout, Alec Halaby special assistant to the general manager,
  Rams                                                           and Jake Rosenberg manager of football administration

• Friday, March 30 - Agreed to terms with T King Dunlap on a one- • Wednesday, May 30 - Released RB Graig Cooper and WR Aaron
  year deal                                                         Pflugrad
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• Thursday, June 7 - Named Don Smolenski president and Joe • Friday, August 31 - Released the following 23 players: S
  Banner strategic advisor to the owner                             Oshiomogho Atogwe, TE Brett Brackett, LB Keenan Clayton, DT
• Thursday, June 14 - Signed rookie free agent LB Ryan Rau          Landon Cohen, DT Antonio Dixon, TE Chase Ford, WR Mardy
  (Portland State) and rookie free agent DE Frank Trotter (Memphis) Gilyard, WR Chad Hall, CB Joselio Hanson, FB Emil Igwenagu, T
                                                                    D.J. Jones, QB Mike Kafka, P Mat McBriar, WR Marvin McNutt,
• Monday, June 18 - Signed DT Fletcher Cox to a one-year deal ...   LB Adrian Moten, DT Ollie Ogbu, LB Ryan Rau, DE Monte Taylor,
  claimed DE Monte Taylor off waivers from the Seattle Seahawks     S Phillip Thomas, DT Frank Trotter, G/C Steve Vallos, G Julian
• Wednesday, June 20 - Agreed to terms with S Oshiomogho            Vandervelde and G Brandon Washington ... Acquired S David Sims
  Atogwe ... Released LS Matt Camilli ... Named Greg Gabriel as a   in a trade with the Cleveland Browns for a 2013 conditional draft
  senior college scout and Roger Pollard as a NFS scout             choice ... Reached injury settlements with G Mike Gibson and S
• Friday, June 22 - Signed DT Tevita Finau and waived/injury        Tom Nelson
    settlement DE Maurice Fountain                                    • Saturday, September 1 - Claimed T/G Nate Menkin off waivers
• Friday, July 20 - Released DT Tevita Finau and P Ryan Tydlacka        from the Houston Texans ... Released CB Trevard Lindley ... Signed
                                                                        the following five players to the practice squad: C Chase Beeler,
•   Sunday, July 22 - Acquired DT Ollie Ogbu from the Indianapolis      TE Chase Ford, FB Emil Igwenagu, WR Marvin McNutt and LB
    Colts in exchange for CB D.J. Johnson...signed free agents WR       Ryan Rau
    Tiger Jones and CB Kee-ayre Griffin
                                                                      • Sunday, September 2 - Signed WR B.J. Cunningham and DT Frank
•   Wednesday, July 25 - Agreed to terms with P Mat McBriar on a        Trotter to the practice squad
    one-year deal ... Released CB Kee-ayre Griffin
                                                                      • Monday, September 3 - Signed T Matt Reynolds to the practice
•   Tuesday, July 31 - Signed WR Andrew Brewer and waived/injured       squad
    WR Ron Johnson
                                                                      • Wednesday, September 5 - Agreed to terms on a contract
•   Thursday, August 2 - Acquired CB Kevin Thomas and a conditional     extension with QB Trent Edwards through 2013
    seventh round pick from the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for LB
    Moise Fokou and LB Greg Lloyd                                     • Tuesday, September 11 - Signed WR Mardy Gilyard and released
                                                                        S Jaiquawn Jarrett ... Signed TE Derek Carrier to the practice
•   Saturday, August 4 - Signed DE Xavier Brown ... WR Ron Johnson      squad and released TE Chase Ford from the practice squad
    was placed on the Injured Reserve list (ankle)
                                                                      • Thursday, September 13 - Signed WR Jeremy Ebert to the
•   Monday, August 6 - Signed LB Adrian Moten and released WR           practice squad and released C Chase Beeler from the practice
    Andrew Brewer                                                       squad
•   Wednesday, August 8 - Signed DT John Gill and released FB • Tuesday, September 18 - Signed C Steve Vallos and placed C
    Jeremy Stewart                                                      Jason Kelce on the Injured Reserve list (knee)
• Saturday, August 11 - Signed WR Brian Hernandez and released • Tuesday, September 25 - Signed P Mat McBriar and released P
  DT John Gill                                                         Chas Henry ... Signed LS Kyle Nelson to the practice squad and
• Saturday, August 25 - Waived the following players: WR Elvis         released WR Jeremy Ebert from the practice squad
  Akpla, DB Wade Bonner, DE Xavier Brown, WR Brian Hernandez • Tuesday, October 2 - Signed LB Adrian Moten and released LB
  (injured), WR McKay Jacobson, WR Tiger Jones, G Alfred               Brian Rolle ... Signed G Julian Vandervelde to the practice squad
  McCullough, S Tom Nelson (injured), CB Kevin Thomas, T Thomas        and released LS Kyle Nelson from the practice squad
  Welch
                                                                     • Tuesday, October 9 - Signed LB Jason Williams and released LB
• Sunday, August 26 - Released CB Cliff Harris                         Adrian Moten
• Monday, August 27 - Released WR Jamel Hamler ... Placed T • Tuesday, October 16 - Dismissed defensive coordinator Juan
  Jason Peters on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury list ... Placed DT   Castillo and named secondary coach Todd Bowles as defensive
  Mike Patterson on the Reserve/Non-Football Illness list ... Placed   coordinator
  G Mike Gibson on the Injured Reserve list with a minor injury (hip
  flexor)                                                            • Tuesday, October 23 - Signed C Matt Tennant and released C
                                                                       Steve Vallos
• Thursday, August 30 - Signed DT Landon Cohen and released LB
  Monte Simmons
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Nate Allen                                                            Kurt Coleman
2010       Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (37th overall) ... signed 4-   2010      Drafted by PHI in 7th round ... signed 4-year contract
           year contract                                              12/28/11 Placed on Injured Reserve (bicep)
12/21/10 Placed on the Injured Reserve list (knee)
                                                                      Riley Cooper
Colt Anderson                                                         2010      Drafted by PHI in 5th round ... signed 4-year contract
2009      Signed by MIN as a rookie free agent
9/6/09    Released by MIN                                             Fletcher Cox
9/7/09    Signed by MIN to the practice squad                         2012      Drafted by PHI in 1st round (12th overall) ... signed 4-
1/25/10 Re-signed by MIN                                                        year contract
9/5/10    Released by MIN
9/6/10    Signed by MIN to the practice squad                         Vinny Curry
11/10/10 Signed by PHI from MIN practice squad                        2012      Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (59th overall) ... signed 4-
12/5/11 Placed on Injured Reserve (knee)                                        year contract

Nnamdi Asomugha                                                       Jon Dorenbos
2003     Drafted by OAK in 1st round (31st overall) … signed 5-       5/2/03    Signed by BUF as a rookie free agent
         year contract                                                12/21/04 Placed on Injured Reserve (knee)
2/20/08 Designated by OAK as franchise player                         9/6/05    Released by BUF
2/21/08 Signed by OAK to a 1-year contract as franchise player        10/26/05 Signed by TEN to a 1-year contract
2/19/09 Signed by OAK to a 3-year contract extension thru 2011        10/13/06 Signed by TEN to a 1-year contract
1/9/10   Contract voided by OAK                                       10/24/06 Released by TEN
7/29/11 Signed by PHI to a 5-year contract                            11/29/06 Signed by PHI to a 2-year contract
                                                                      12/29/07 Signed by PHI to a 5-year contract extension thru 2012
Jason Avant
2006      Drafted by PHI in 4th round … signed 4-year contract        King Dunlap
3/8/10    Signed by PHI to a 5-year contract                          2008      Drafted by PHI in 7th round … signed 4-year contract
                                                                      8/30/08 Placed on Injured Reserve (ankle)
Jason Babin                                                           3/30/12 Signed by PHI to a 1-year contract
2004      Drafted by HOU in 1st round (31st overall) … signed 5-
          year contract                                               Trent Edwards
9/1/07    Traded from HOU to SEA for Michael Boulware                 2007      Drafted by BUF in 3rd round
9/17/08 Released by SEA                                               9/27/10 Waived by BUF
11/12/08 Claimed by KC off waivers from SEA                           9/28/10 Claimed by JAC off waivers from BUF
8/4/09    Signed by PHI to a 1-year contract                          7/30/11 Signed by OAK
3/19/10 Signed by TEN to a 1-year contract                            9/3/11    Released by OAK
7/29/11 Signed by PHI to a 5-year contract                            2/23/12 Signed by PHI to a 1-year contract
                                                                      9/5/12    Signed by PHI to a contract extension thru 2013
Demetress Bell
2008     Drafted by BUF in 7th round ... signed 4-year contract       Nick Foles
12/11/09 Placed on Injured Reserve (knee)                             2012       Drafted by PHI in 3rd round (88th overall) ... signed 4-
4/4/12   Signed by PHI to a 5-year contract                                      year contract

Brandon Boykin                                                        Mardy Gilyard
2012     Drafted by PHI in 4th round ... signed 4-year contract       2010      Drafted by STL in 4th round ... signed 4-year contract
                                                                      9/3/11    Waived by STL
Bryce Brown                                                           9/4/11    Claimed by NYJ off waivers from STL
2012      Drafted by PHI in 7th round ... signed 4-year contract      9/9/11    Released by NYJ
                                                                      1/6/12    Signed by PHI to a two-year contract
Brent Celek                                                           8/31/12 Released by PHI
2007      Drafted by PHI in 5th round … signed 4-year contract        9/11/12 Signed by PHI
12/1/09 Signed by PHI to a 6-year contract extension thru 2016
                                                                      Brandon Graham
Jamar Chaney                                                          2010     Drafted by PHI in 1st round (13th overall) ... signed 5-
2010     Drafted by PHI in 7th round ... signed 4-year contract                year contract
                                                                      12/14/10 Placed on Injured Reserve (knee)
Trent Cole                                                            9/3/11   Placed on Reserve/PUP (knee)
2005       Drafted by PHI in 5th round … signed 4-year contract       11/5/11 Activated from Reserve/PUP (knee)
11/6/06 Signed by PHI to a 5-year contract extension thru 2013
3/14/12 Signed by PHI to a 4-year contract extension thru 2017        Clay Harbor
                                                                      2010      Drafted by PHI in 4th round ... signed 4-year contract
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Stanley Havili                                                      3/22/10   Signed by PHI to a 1-year contract
2011      Drafted by PHI in 7th round ... signed 4-year contract    7/30/11   Signed by PHI to a 1-year contract
9/2/11    Released by PHI                                           9/6/11    Signed by PHI to a 2-year contract
9/4/11    Signed by PHI to the practice squad
1/2/12    Re-signed by PHI                                          Jason Kelce
                                                                    2011      Drafted by PHI in 6th round ... signed 4-year contract
Alex Henery                                                         9/18/12 Placed on Injured Reserve (knee)
2011      Drafted by PHI in 4th round ... signed 4-year contract
                                                                    Dennis Kelly
Todd Herremans                                                      2012      Drafted by PHI in 5th round ... signed 4-year contract
2005      Drafted by PHI in 4th round … signed 4-year contract
12/20/05 Placed on Injured Reserve (ankle)                          Mychal Kendricks
12/30/06 Signed by PHI to a 5-year contract extension thru 2013     2012     Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (46th overall) ... signed 4-
3/13/12 Signed by PHI to a 3-year contract extension thru 2016               year contract

Brandon Hughes                                                      Derek Landri
2009     Drafted by SD in 5th round ... signed 4-year contract      2007     Drafted by JAX in 5th round ... signed 4-year contract
9/1/09   Placed on Injured Reserve (knee)                           10/3/09 Waived by JAX
9/7/10   Waived by SD                                               10/4/09 Claimed by CAR off waivers from JAX
9/9/10   Signed by NYG to the practice squad                        8/3/11   Signed by PHI to a 1-year contract
11/23/10 Signed by PHI from NYG practice squad                      9/3/11   Released by PHI
                                                                    10/4/11 Re-signed by PHI to a 1-year contract
Phillip Hunt                                                        4/9/12   Signed by PHI to a 1-year contract
2009       Signed by CLE as a rookie free agent
8/18/09 Released by CLE                                             Dion Lewis
9/16/09 Signed by Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL)                       2011      Drafted by PHI in 5th round ... signed 4-year contract
2/11/11 Signed by PHI
                                                                    Jeremy Maclin
DeSean Jackson                                                      2009     Drafted by PHI in 1st round (19th overall) ... signed 5-
2008     Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (49th overall) … signed 4-              year contract
         year contract
3/1/12   Designated by PHI as franchise player                      Curtis Marsh
3/14/12 Agreed to terms on a 5-year contract thru 2016              2011      Drafted by PHI in 3rd round ... signed 4-year contract

Cullen Jenkins                                                      Evan Mathis
2003      Signed by GB as a rookie free agent                       2005      Drafted by CAR in 3rd round ... signed 4-year contract
8/26/03 Waived by GB                                                8/30/08 Waived by CAR
1/29/04 Re-signed by GB                                             9/9/08    Signed by MIA
2/26/07 Signed by GB to a 4-year contract                           11/7/08 Waived by MIA
10/1/08 Placed on Injured Reserve (chest)                           11/24/09 Signed by CIN
7/30/11 Signed by PHI to a 5-year contract                          4/20/10 Re-signed by CIN
2/21/12 Signed by PHI to a restructured contract                    7/29/11 Signed by PHI to a 1-year contract
                                                                    3/17/12 Signed by PHI to a 5-year contract
Damaris Johnson
2012      Signed by PHI as a rookie free agent                      Casey Matthews
                                                                    2011      Drafted by PHI in 4th round ... signed 4-year contract
Ron Johnson
2011     Drafted by SF in 6th round ... signed 4-year contract      Mat McBriar
9/3/11   Released by SF                                             2003     Signed by DEN as a rookie free agent
9/5/11   Signed by PHI to the practice squad                        8/22/03 Traded to SEA for a 2004 conditional draft pick
12/31/11 Signed by PHI from the practice squad to the active ros-   9/1/03   Released by SEA
         ter                                                        1/5/04   Signed by DAL
7/31/12 Waived/injured by PHI                                       2/13/06 Re-signed by DAL
8/4/12   Placed on Injured Reserve (ankle)                          3/1/07   Agreed to terms on a contract extension thru 2011
                                                                    10/15/08 Placed on Injured Reserve (foot)
Akeem Jordan                                                        12/31/11 Placed on Injured Reserve (foot)
2007     Signed by PHI as a rookie free agent                       7/25/12 Signed by PHI to a 1-year contract
9/2/07   Released by PHI                                            8/31/12 Released by PHI
9/3/07   Signed by PHI to the practice squad                        9/25/12 Signed by PHI to a 1-year contract
10/29/07 Signed by PHI from the practice squad to active roster
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LeSean McCoy                                                        David Sims
2009     Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (53rd overall) ... signed 4-   2011      Signed by NYG as a rookie free agent
         year contract                                              9/3/11    Released by NYG
5/17/12 Agreed to terms on a 5-year contract extension thru         11/1/11 Signed by TB
         2017                                                       11/4/11 Released by TB
                                                                    11/29/11 Signed by CLE to the practice squad
Nate Menkin                                                         1/3/12    Signed by CLE
2012     Signed by HOU as a rookie free agent                       8/31/12 Traded from CLE to PHI for a 2013 conditional draft
8/31/12 Waived by HOU                                                         choice
9/1/12   Claimed by PHI off waivers from HOU
                                                                    Darryl Tapp
Mike Patterson                                                      2006      Drafted by SEA in 2nd round ... signed 4-year contract
2005      Drafted by PHI in 1st round (31st overall) … signed 5-    3/15/10 Signed by SEA to a 1-year contract
          year contract                                             3/16/10 Traded from SEA to PHI for DE Chris Clemons and a 4th
11/2/06 Signed by PHI to a 7-year contract extension thru 2016                round draft pick in 2010
8/27/12 Placed on the Reserve/Non-Football Illness list (head)      3/18/10 Signed by PHI to a 3-year contract

Jason Peters                                                        Matt Tennant
2004      Signed by BUF as a rookie free agent                      2010      Drafted by NO in 5th round ... signed 4-year contract
9/1/04    Released by BUF                                           8/31/12 Waived by NO
9/7/04    Signed by BUF to the practice squad                       9/29/12 Signed by NE
11/13/04 Signed by BUF from the practice squad to active roster     10/20/12 Released by NE
7/14/06 Signed by BUF to a 5-year contract extension thru 2010      10/23/12 Signed by PHI
4/17/09 Traded from BUF to PHI for a 1st round draft pick in
          2009, a 4th round pick in 2009 and a 6th round pick in    Cedric Thornton
          2010 ... signed by PHI to a 6-year contract thru 2014     2011      Signed by PHI as a rookie free agent
8/27/12 Placed on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury list (Achilles)   9/4/11    Released by PHI
                                                                    9/5/11    Signed by PHI to the practice squad
Chris Polk                                                          12/12/11 Signed by PHI from the practice squad to active roster
2012       Signed by PHI as a rookie free agent
                                                                    Michael Vick
Dallas Reynolds                                                     2001       Drafted by ATL in 1st round (1st overall)
2009      Signed by PHI as a rookie free agent                      12/24/04 Signed by ATL to a 10-year contract extension
9/5/09    Released by PHI                                           8/24/07 Suspended by NFL indefinitely
10/21/09 Signed by PHI to the practice squad                        6/12/09 Released by ATL
12/29/09 Signed by PHI from the practice squad to the active ros-   8/14/09 Signed by PHI to a 1-year contract (plus 1 option year)
          ter                                                       2/15/11 Designated by PHI as franchise player
9/4/10    Released by PHI                                           3/2/11     Signed by PHI to a 1-year contract as franchise player
9/5/10    Signed by PHI to the practice squad                       8/29/11 Signed by PHI to a 6-year contract
1/10/11 Re-signed by PHI
9/2/11    Released by PHI                                           Danny Watkins
9/4/11    Signed by PHI to the practice squad                       2011     Drafted by PHI in 1st round (23rd overall) ... signed 4-
1/5/12    Re-signed by PHI                                                   year contract

Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie                                         Jason Williams
2008     Drafted by ARZ in 1st round (16th overall) ... signed 5-   2009       Drafted by DAL in 3rd round ... signed 4-year contract
         year contract                                              11/2/10 Waived by DAL
7/28/11 Traded from ARZ to PHI along with a 2nd round pick in       11/3/10 Claimed by CAR off waivers by DAL
         2012 in exchange for QB Kevin Kolb                         12/14/10 Placed on Injured Reserve (knee)
                                                                    8/31/12 Released by CAR
DeMeco Ryans                                                        10/9/12 Signed by PHI
2006     Drafted by HOU in 2nd round (33rd overall) ... signed 4-
         year contract
3/30/10 Re-signed by HOU to a 6-year contract
10/25/10 Placed on Injured Reserve (Achilles)
3/20/10 Traded from HOU to PHI for a 2012 4th round draft
         choice. The Eagles and Texans also swapped picks in
         the 3rd round
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                                                    Rushing        No.    Yds    Avg     Lg       TD   Score By Periods     Q1    Q2 Q3 Q4 OT Pts
Record: 3-4                                         L.McCoy        127    504     4.0    34        2   Team                  7    31 38 44 0 120
Head Coach: Andy Reid                               M.Vick          48    247     5.1    20        1   Opponents            40    47 13 52 3 155
9/9     W   17-16   at Cleveland          68,693    B.Brown         20     56     2.8    17        0
9/16    W   24-23   Baltimore             69,144    S.Havili         5     21     4.2     8        0
                                                                                                       Scoring      TD Ru   Pa   Rt PAT      FG 2Pt Pts
9/23    L    6-27   at Arizona            60,436    D.Johnson        2      5     2.5     6        0
                                                                                                       A.Henery      0 0     0    0 12/12 12/13 0 48
9/30    W   19-17   New York Giants       69,144    D.Jackson        2     -9    -4.5     5        0
                                                                                                       L.McCoy       5 2     3    0 0/0     0/0 0 30
10/7    L   14-16   at Pittsburgh         64,737    Team           204    824     4.0    34        3
                                                                                                       J.Maclin      3 0     3    0 0/0     0/0 0 18
10/14   L   23-26   Detroit (OT)          69,144    Opponents      191    773     4.0    43        2
                                                                                                       C.Harbor      1 0     1    0 0/0     0/0 0 6
10/28   L   17-30   Atlanta               69,144                                                       M.Vick        1 1     0    0 0/0     0/0 0 6
11/5                at New Orleans                  Receiving       No.    Yds   Avg   Lg TD
                                                                                                       B.Celek       1 0     1    0 0/0     0/0 0 6
11/11               Dallas                          D.Jackson        34    524   15.4  49  1
                                                                                                       D.Jackson     1 0     1    0 0/0     0/0 0 6
11/18               at Washington                   B.Celek          28    389   13.9  34  1
                                                                                                       Team         12 3     9    0 12/12 12/13 0 120
11/26               Carolina                        L.McCoy          28    134    4.8  17  3
                                                                                                       Opponents    14 2    10    2 14/14 19/20 0 155
12/2                at Dallas                       J.Maclin         26    328   12.6 70t  3
12/9                at Tampa Bay                    J.Avant          20    228   11.4  23  0 2-Pt. Conversions: Team 0/ 0, Opponents: 0/0
12/13               Cincinnati                      D.Johnson         8    124   15.5  26  0
12/23               Washington                      C.Harbor          8     59    7.4  19  1
12/30               at New York Giants              R.Cooper          2     18    9.0  10  0 Field Goals 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
                                                    S.Havili          2     11    5.5   7  0 A.Henery       0/ 0    4/ 4      4/ 4   4/ 5 0/ 0
TEAM STATS             EAGLES                OPP    B.Brown           1      8    8.0   8  0 Opponents 1/ 1         5/ 5      4/ 4   7/ 7 2/ 3
Total First Downs            152              136   Team            157   1823   11.6 70t  9
  Rushing                     52               32   Opponents       141   1674   11.9 63t 10 Henery: (42G, 45N) (23G) (36G, 40G) (20G, 48G,
  Passing                     88               85                                            35G, 26G) (None) (46G, 34G, 19G, 45G) (33G)
  Penalty                     12               19
                                                    Punt Returns    Ret FC Yds Avg Lg TD Opps: (43G, 42G, 22G) (56G, 51G, 48G) (47G, 27G)
3rd Down: Made/Att       42/100            30/92
                                                    D.Johnson         8   9    48 6.0 13 0 (25G, 54N) (20G, 34G, 34G) (26G, 32G, 49G) (43G,
3rd Down Pct.             42.0%            32.6%
                                                    M.Gilyard         2   3    15 7.5 11 0 29G, 30G)
4th Down: Made/Att           5/8              1/6
                                                    B.Boykin          1   0     7 7.0    7 0
4th Down Pct.             62.5%            16.7%
                                                    D.Jackson         1   0    -3 -3.0 -3 0 INTs              No.    Yds      Avg      Lg TD
Possession Avg.            30:34            29:26
                                                    Team             12 12     67 5.6 13 0 D.Rodgers-Cromartie 3       14      4.7     14 0
Total Net Yards             2544             2377
                                                    Opponents        23   5 283 12.3 48 0 K.Coleman              2     13      6.5      7 0
  Avg. Per Game            363.4            339.6
                                                                                             N.Asomugha          1      0      0.0      0 0
  Total Plays                490              455
  Avg. Per Play              5.2              5.2   Kickoff Returns   No.   Yds Avg Lg TD D.Ryans                1      0      0.0      0 0
                                                    B.Boykin           22   486 22.1   31  0 Team                7     27      3.9     14 0
Net Yards Rushing            824              773
  Avg. Per Game            117.7            110.4   S.Havili            1    18 18.0   18  0 Opponents           8     97     12.1     50 1
  Total Rushes               204              191   A.Jordan            1     1 1.0     1  0
Net Yards Passing           1720             1604   C.Polk              1     0 0.0     0  0
  Avg. Per Game            245.7            229.1   Team               25   505 20.2   31  0 Sacks: J.Babin 2.5, T.Cole 1.5, D.Ryans 1.0,
  Sacked/Yards Lost      20/103              9/70   Opponents          20   540 27.0   53  0 C.Jenkins 1.0, F.Cox 1.0, C.Thornton 1.0, D.Tapp
                                                                                             0.5, B.Graham 0.5 Team: 9.0, Opponents: 20.0
  Gross Yards               1823             1674
  Attempts/Completions 266/157           255/141    Punting No Yds Avg      Net TB      In   Lg   B
  Completion Pct.         59.0%            55.3%    M.McBriar16 785 49.1    39.1 2       5   64   0
  Had Intercepted              8                7   C.Henry 16 776 48.5     38.3 0       2   62   0    Fumbles Lost: M.Vick 5, L.McCoy 2, D.Johnson 1,
Punts/Average           32/48.8          36/44.4    Team     32 1561 48.8   38.7 2       7   64   0    D.Reynolds 1 Total: 9
Net Punting Avg.            38.7             39.8   Opps     35 1600 44.4   39.8 5      11   60   1    Opponent Fumble Recoveries: C.Jenkins 1 Total: 1
Penalties/Yards          49/434           52/458
Fumbles/Ball Lost           17/9              9/1
                                                    Passing       Att Cmp Yds      Cmp% Yds/Att TD           TD% Int        Int% Lg     Sk/Lost    Rat
Touchdowns                    12               14
                                                    M.Vick       266 157 1823      59.0%    6.9 9            3.4% 8         3.0% 70t     20/103   78.6
  Rushing                      3                2
                                                    Team         266 157 1823      59.0%    6.9 9            3.4% 8         3.0% 70t     20/103   78.6
  Passing                      9               10
                                                    Opponents    255 141 1674      55.3%    6.6 10           3.9% 7         2.7% 63t       9/70   77.1
  Returns                      0                2
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                                     DEFENSIVE STATISTICS                                                    SPECIAL TEAMS
                          TACKLES    For Quarterback                                         PLAYER          Tkls    Blk    1st    FF     FR    PTS
PLAYER              Total Solo Asst Loss Sacks Hur INT                    KD      FF FR      Henery             2      0      0     0      0     76
Ryans, LB             74     56    8  10     1   2   1                     0       0 0       Anderson           2     17     11     0      0     63
Coleman, S            54     37   17   0     0   0   2                     2       1 0       Hughes             3     20     18     0      0     59
Allen, S              46     38    8   2     0   0   0                     5       0 0       Havili             6     12      4     0      0     49
Kendricks, LB         36     26   10   2     0   1   0                     6       0 0       Matthews           7     17      0     0      0     45
Cox, DT               34     21   13   2     1 14    0                     2       0 0       Sims               3     14      9     0      0     44
Asomugha, CB          26     22    4   0     0   0   1                     7       0 0       Jordan             7     14      9     0      0     41
Jenkins, DT           26     12   14   3     1 16    0                     0       0 1       Dorenbos           2      7      1     0      0     40
Thornton, DT          25     12   13   0     1   2   0                     0       0 0       Gilyard            5      3     10     0      0     35
Tapp, DE              23      9   14   1   0.5   7   0                     0       0 0       Hunt               4      8      6     0      0     34
Landri, DT            23     17    6   4     0   9   0                     0       0 0       McBriar            0      0      0     0      0     29
Cole, DE              22     11   11   2   1.5 24    0                     0       1 0       Marsh              6      8      1     0      0     28
Rodgers-Cromartie, CB 21     16    5   0     0   0   3                    10       0 0       Dunlap             0     10      0     0      0     27
Boykin, CB            19     19    0   0     0   0   0                     3       0 0       Mathis             0     16      0     0      0     25
Babin, DE             19     14    5   1   2.5 24    0                     1       1 0       Herremans          0     18      0     0      0     23
Jordan, LB            16     11    5   1     0   1   0                     0       0 0       Watkins            0     16      0     0      0     22
Graham, DE            15     11    4   3   0.5 15    0                     0       0 0       Chaney             5     11      2     0      0     21
Hughes, CB              6     6    0   0     0   0   0                     2       0 0       Coleman            3      0      7     0      0     21
Matthews, LB            6     3    3   1     0   0   0                     0       0 0       Reynolds           0     15      0     0      0     20
Chaney, LB              4     2    2   0     0   0   0                     0       0 0       Cooper             0      8      1     0      0     19
Hunt, DE                4     1    3   0     0   2   0                     0       0 0       Williams           0     12      3     0      0     18
Rolle, LB               2     2    0   0     0   0   0                     0       0 0       Boykin             3      3      4     0      0     17
Marsh, CB               1     1    0   0     0   0   0                     0       0 0       Tapp               0      7      0     0      0     17
Anderson, S             1     0    1   0     0   0   0                     0       0 0       Henry              0      0      0     0      0     15
TOTALS               503 347 146      32     9 117   7                    38       3 1       Landri             0      0      0     0      0     14
                                                                                             Avant              1      0      0     0      0     12
                                                                                             Allen              1      0      1     0      0     11
                                                                                             Vallos             0     10      0     0      0     11
                          SACKS (9)                                                          Celek              0      7      0     0      0     11
Babin . . . . . . . . . . . .2.5      Ryans . . . . . . . . . . . . .1                       Cox                0     11      0     0      0      9
Cole . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.5     Thornton . . . . . . . . . . .1                        Babin              0      0      0     0      0      9
Cox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1    Graham . . . . . . . . . .0.5                          Rolle              1      4      5     0      0      8
Jenkins . . . . . . . . . . . .1      Tapp . . . . . . . . . . . . .0.5                      Thornton           0      2      0     0      0      7
                                                                                             Harbor             2      6      1     0      0      6
                                                                                             Kelly              0      4      0     0      0      6
                                                                                             Lewis              0      3      0     0      0      5
                            INTS (7)
                                                                                             Bell               0      3      0     0      0      4
Rodgers-Cromartie .3                  Asomugha . . . . . . . . .1                            Jarrett            1      1      0     0      0      3
Coleman . . . . . . . . . .2          Ryans . . . . . . . . . . . . .1                       Cole               0      0      0     0      0      3
                                                                                             Kelce              0      3      0     0      0      3
                                                                                             Moten              0      4      0     0      0      2
                        SINGLE-GAME BESTS                                                    Jenkins            0      0      0     0      0      2
                                                                                             Brown              2      0      3     0      0      1
Tackles: 14 by Ryans vs. Det and vs. Atl
                                                                                             TOTALS            66    294     96     0      0    915
Tackles for Loss: 3 by Ryans at Cle and Graham at Arz
Sacks: 1.5 by Babin at Arz
Passes Defensed: 5 by Rodgers-Cromartie at Cle
                                                                                             Special Teams Key: tkls (total tackles), blk (blocks), 1st
Interceptions: 2 by Coleman and Rodgers-Cromartie at Cle                                     (first man downfield in coverage), ff (forced fumbles), fr
Forced Fumbles: 1 by three players                                                           (fumbles recovered), pts (production points as graded by
                                                                                             coaching staff)
Fumble Recoveries: 1 by Jenkins vs. Bal
Special Teams Tackles: 4 by Jordan at Cle
                                                                                                  BLOCKED PUNT (1)
                                                                               Casey Matthews blocked a Matt Bosher punt vs. Atl
                                                                             GAME-BY-GAME TEAM STATS
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9/9    at Cle     25     10     14      1      8    19 .421       1     1 35:58      88       456 5.2        30     150 5.0       306      2      11     317      56    29 .518       4    6 55.0 42.0 12       110      3   1   2   2   0   0    2    0
9/16   BAL        26       7    17      2      7    15 .467       1     1 34:21      75       486 6.5        41     129 3.1       357      2      14     371      32    23 .719       2    5 39.2 32.4      7     58     2   2   5   2   1   2    1    0
9/23   at Arz     16       4    12      0      5    14 .357       0     1 25:27      63       307 4.9        21     113 5.4       194      5      23     217      37    17 .459       0    5 50.0 38.8      5     65     3   3   2   0   1   0    0    0
9/30   NYG        22     10     11      1      4    12 .333       0     0 33:21      68       422 6.2        36     191 5.3       231      2      10     241      30    19 .633       0    4 45.5 38.3      5     49     1   0   4   1   3   0    1    0
10/7   at Pit     19       7      9     3      4    10 .400       2     2 26:29      56       246 4.4        23       78 3.4      168      3       7     175      30    20 .667       0    4 44.0 37.3      5     35     4   2   3   2   0   0    2    0
10/14 DET         24       5    15      4      8    17 .471       0     0 33:19      78       357 4.6        29       71 2.4      286      3      25     311      46    28 .609       2    5 56.6 38.2      9     60     2   1   3   1   2   0    2    0
10/28 ATL         20       9    10      1      6    13 .462       1     3 27:05      62       270 4.4        24       92 3.8      178      3      13     191      35    21 .600       0    3 48.0 44.3      6     57     2   0   3   2   1   1    1    0
11/5   at NO       0       0      0     0      0     0 ###        0     0 00:00       0            0 ##       0        0 ##         0      0       0        0      0      0 ###       0    0   0.0   0.0    0       0    0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0
11/11 DAL          0       0      0     0      0     0 ###        0     0 00:00       0            0 ##       0        0 ##         0      0       0        0      0      0 ###       0    0   0.0   0.0    0       0    0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0
11/18 at Wash      0       0      0     0      0     0 ###        0     0 00:00       0            0 ##       0        0 ##         0      0       0        0      0      0 ###       0    0   0.0   0.0    0       0    0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0
11/26 CAR          0       0      0     0      0     0 ###        0     0 00:00       0            0 ##       0        0 ##         0      0       0        0      0      0 ###       0    0   0.0   0.0    0       0    0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0
12/2   at Dal      0       0      0     0      0     0 ###        0     0 00:00       0            0 ##       0        0 ##         0      0       0        0      0      0 ###       0    0   0.0   0.0    0       0    0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0
12/9   at TB       0       0      0     0      0     0 ###        0     0 00:00       0            0 ##       0        0 ##         0      0       0        0      0      0 ###       0    0   0.0   0.0    0       0    0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0
12/13 CIN          0       0      0     0      0     0 ###        0     0 00:00       0            0 ##       0        0 ##         0      0       0        0      0      0 ###       0    0   0.0   0.0    0       0    0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0
12/23 WASH         0       0      0     0      0     0 ###        0     0 00:00       0            0 ##       0        0 ##         0      0       0        0      0      0 ###       0    0   0.0   0.0    0      0     0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0
12/30 at NYG       0       0      0     0      0     0 ###        0     0 00:00       0            0 ##       0        0 ##         0      0       0        0      0      0 ###       0    0   0.0   0.0    0      0     0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0
       Totals   152      52     88 12        42 100 .420          5     8 30:34     490 2,544 5.2           204     824 4.0 1,720 20 103 1,823                   266   157 .590       8   32 48.8 38.7 49       434 17       9 22 10     8   3    9    0
                                                                                           363.4                  117.7                                  245.7

 DEFENSE           First Downs                3rd Down         4th Dn. Time        Total Net Yds              Rushing                                   Passing                            Punting         Penalty Fumble Red Zone               TDs
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9/9    at Cle     12       3      7     2      2    13 .154       0     0 24:02      59       210 3.6        22       99 4.5      111      2       7     118      35    12 .343       4    7 44.0 40.3      3     35     2   0   2   0   1   0    0    1
9/16   BAL        17       5      9     3      4    14 .286       0     2 25:39      65       325 5.0        21     111 5.3       214      2      18     232      42    22 .524       1    5 50.2 44.2      6     45     1   1   2   1   1   1    1    0
9/23   at Arz     16       3    12      1      6    15 .400       0     1 34:33      61       292 4.8        34       99 2.9      193      3      29     222      24    17 .708       0    6 47.2 41.2      5     45     0   0   4   1   2   0    2    1
9/30   NYG        20       2    14      4      2    10 .200       1     1 26:39      61       366 6.0        19       57 3.0      309      0       0     309      42    24 .571       1    5 44.4 35.8      7     55     1   0   4   2   1   0    2    0
10/7   at Pit     22       6    14      2      6    14 .429       0     1 33:31      68       343 5.0        30     123 4.1       220      0       0     220      38    22 .579       0    4 46.3 43.0      9   106      3   0   4   1   3   0    1    0
10/14 DET         25       7    15      3      3    13 .231       0     0 30:41      73       449 6.2        28     138 4.9       311      0       0     311      45    22 .489       1    7 42.7 41.0 16       132      1   0   4   2   2   1    1    0
10/28 ATL         24       6    14      4      7    13 .538       0     1 32:55      68       392 5.8        37     146 3.9       246      2      16     262      29    22 .759       0    2 26.0 22.5      6     40     1   0   4   2   2   0    3    0
11/5   at NO       0       0      0     0      0     0 ###        0     0 00:00       0            0 ##       0        0 ##         0      0       0        0      0      0 ###       0    0   0.0   0.0    0       0    0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0
11/11 DAL          0       0      0     0      0     0 ###        0     0 00:00       0            0 ##       0        0 ##         0      0       0        0      0      0 ###       0    0   0.0   0.0    0       0    0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0
11/18 at Wash      0       0      0     0      0     0 ###        0     0 00:00       0            0 ##       0        0 ##         0      0       0        0      0      0 ###       0    0   0.0   0.0    0       0    0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0
11/26 CAR          0       0      0     0      0     0 ###        0     0 00:00       0            0 ##       0        0 ##         0      0       0        0      0      0 ###       0    0   0.0   0.0    0       0    0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0
12/2   at Dal      0       0      0     0      0     0 ###        0     0 00:00       0            0 ##       0        0 ##         0      0       0        0      0      0 ###       0    0   0.0   0.0    0       0    0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0
12/9   at TB       0       0      0     0      0     0 ###        0     0 00:00       0            0 ##       0        0 ##         0      0       0        0      0      0 ###       0    0   0.0   0.0    0       0    0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0
12/13 CIN          0       0      0     0      0     0 ###        0     0 00:00       0            0 ##       0        0 ##         0      0       0        0      0      0 ###       0    0   0.0   0.0    0       0    0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0
12/23 WASH         0       0      0     0      0     0 ###        0     0 00:00       0            0 ##       0        0 ##         0      0       0        0      0      0 ###       0    0   0.0   0.0    0      0     0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0
12/30 at NYG       0       0      0     0      0     0 ###        0     0 00:00       0            0 ##       0        0 ##         0      0       0        0      0      0 ###       0    0   0.0   0.0    0      0     0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0
       Totals   136      32     85 19        30     92 .326       1     6 29:26     455 2,377 5.2           191     773 4.0 1,604          9      70 1,674       255   141 .553       7   36 44.4 39.8 52       458      9   1 24    9 12    2 10      2
                                                                                           339.6                  110.4                                  229.1
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RED ZONE                                                                       2012 LONGEST DRIVES
Team        Total TD FG MFG Dwn Fbl INT Clk TD% Scor%
                                                                                  EAGLES          OPPS.
PHILADELPHIA 22 10 8      0   0 3     1 0 45.4    81.8
                                                                  Most Plays:     17              16
Opponents     24 9 12     0   1 0     2 0 37.5    87.5
                                                                                  at Pit., 10/7   vs. Atl., 10/28
                                                                                  17-79-8:18      16-80-8:44
                                                                                  TD              TD
GOAL-TO-GO                                                        Most Yards:     91              81
Team        Total TD FG MFG Dwn Fbl INT Clk TD% Scor%                             at Cle., 9/9    vs. NYG, 9/30
PHILADELPHIA 14 7 5       0   0 2     0 0 50.0    85.7                            16-91-5:07      10-81-1:42
Opponents       9 3 5     0   0 0     1 0 33.3    88.9                            TD              FG
                                                                  Most Time:      8:18            8:44
                                                                                  at Pit., 10/7   vs. Atl., 10/28
PENALTY BREAKDOWN                                                                 17-79-8:18      16-80-8:44
                                             Phila.        Opp.                   TD              TD
Total Penalties (Yards Lost)               49 (434)    52 (458)
Offensive Penalties (Yards Lost)           20 (173)    27 (220)
Defensive Penalties (Yards Lost)           24 (211)    21 (208)           2012 LONGEST TD DRIVES
Special Teams Penalties (Yards Lost)         5 (50)      4 (30)                   EAGLES          OPPS.
1st Downs Given Up by Penalty                    19          12   Most Plays:     17              16
                                                                                  at Pit., 10/7   vs. Atl., 10/28
                                                                                  17-79-8:18      16-80-8:44
                                                                  Most Yards:     91              83
TIME SPENT IN THE LEAD                                                            at Cle., 9/9    vs. NYG, 9/30
                                       Phila.     Opp.   Tied                     16-91-5:07      5-83-2:40
Through 7 games (424:00 minutes)       84:19    214:15 125:26     Most Time:      8:18            8:44
Percentage of time in the lead          19.9      50.5   29.6                     at Pit., 10/7   vs. Atl., 10/28
                                                                                  17-79-8:18      16-80-8:44

REPLAY CHALLENGES
                      Total
                    Chlg Ovtn
By Eagles              4    1
By Opponent            5    2

TOP 10 FIRST DOWNS EARNED
Player              Rush Rec. Total
LeSean McCoy          32   7    39
DeSean Jackson         -  26    26
Brent Celek            -  16    16
Jeremy Maclin          -  15    15
Michael Vick          14    -   14
Jason Avant            -  12    12
Damaris Johnson        1   8      9
Bryce Brown            5   1      6
Clay Harbor            -   2      2
Riley Cooper           -   1      1
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EAGLES THIRD-AND...
Date    Opp              1      2      3      4      5      6      7      8      9      10     10+    Totals
9/9     at Cle.          2-2    1-1    0-0    1-1    0-1    1-1    0-0    0-2    0-1    1-4    2-6    8-19
9/16    vs. Bal.         1-3    1-1    1-1    1-2    0-0    1-1    1-3    0-0    0-0    1-1    0-3    7-15
9/23    at Arz.          0-1    0-0    1-1    0-0    0-1    3-3    0-1    0-0    0-2    0-1    1-4    5-14
9/30    vs. NYG          0-1    1-3    0-0    1-1    0-0    0-1    0-0    0-0    1-2    0-1    1-3    4-12
10/7    at Pit.          0-0    2-2    0-1    0-1    0-1    0-0    0-0    0-0    0-0    2-3    0-2    4-10
10/14   vs. Det.         3-4    0-0    0-0    1-2    1-1    1-1    0-1    0-1    1-1    1-3    0-3    8-17
10/28   vs. Atl.         0-0    2-3    2-2    1-1    0-0    0-1    1-1    0-0    0-1    0-1    0-3    6-13
11/5    at NO
11/11   vs. Dal.
11/18   at Was.
11/26   vs. Car.
12/2    at Dal.
12/9    at TB
12/13   vs. Cin.
12/23   vs. Was.
12/30   at NYG
Regular Season Totals:   6-11   7-10   4-5    5-8    1-4    6-8    2-6    0-3    2-7    5-14   4-24   42-100
                         54.5   70.0   80.0   62.5   25.0   75.0   33.3   0.0    28.6   35.7   16.7   42.0




OPPONENTS THIRD-AND...
Date    Opp              1      2      3      4      5      6      7      8      9      10     10+    Totals
9/9     at Cle.          1-2    0-1    0-0    1-3    0-1    0-0    0-0    0-0    0-2    0-2    0-2    2-13
9/16    vs. Bal.         0-2    0-3    0-0    1-2    0-0    0-0    1-2    1-1    0-0    1-2    0-2    4-14
9/23    at Arz.          0-1    1-1    1-1    0-0    1-1    0-0    1-2    1-1    0-0    0-1    1-7    6-15
9/30    vs. NYG          0-1    0-0    1-3    0-1    0-0    0-0    0-1    0-0    0-0    1-3    0-1    2-10
10/7    at Pit.          1-1    0-1    0-0    2-3    0-0    1-2    1-2    0-1    0-0    0-1    1-3    6-14
10/14   vs. Det.         0-1    2-3    0-1    0-2    0-1    0-0    0-1    0-1    0-0    0-1    1-2    3-13
10/28   vs. Atl.         1-1    1-1    1-1    2-3    0-1    0-0    1-2    1-2    0-1    0-0    0-1    7-13
11/5    at NO
11/11   vs. Dal.
11/18   at Was.
11/26   vs. Car.
12/2    at Dal.
12/9    at TB
12/13   vs. Cin.
12/23   vs. Was.
12/30   at NYG
Regular Season Totals:   3-9    4-10   3-6    6-14   1-4    1-2    4-10   3-6    0-3    2-10   3-18   30-92
                         33.3   40.0   50.0   42.9   25.0   50.0   40.0   50.0   0.0    20.0   16.7   32.6
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TAKEAWAYS
                                                          Starting   Point of   Resulting
Date    Opponent Turnover                                 L.O.S.     Turnover   L.O.S.       Qtr.   Result (pts)
9/9     at Cle.   *K.Coleman INT (QB B.Weeden)            PHI13      PHI1       PHI7          2     Punt (0)
                  D.Rodgers-Cromartie INT (QB B.Weeden) CLE35        PHI26      PHI26         2     Punt (0)
                  D.Rodgers-Cromartie INT (QB B.Weeden) CLE39        PHI34      PHI34         3     Interception (0)
                  K.Coleman INT (QB B.Weeden)             CLE30      CLE47      CLE40         4     End of game (0)
9/16    vs. Bal.  C.Jenkins FR (T.Cole FF of QB J.Flacco) BAL20      BAL15      BAL15         1     Touchdown (7)
                  D.Ryans INT (QB J.Flacco)               BAL47      PHI43      PHI43         3     Touchdown (7)
9/23    at Arz.   NONE
9/30    vs. NYG   *D.Rodgers-Cromartie INT (QB E.Manning) PHI10      Endzone    PHI9          4     Field Goal (3)
10/7    at Pit.   NONE
10/14   vs. Det.  N.Asomugha INT (M.Stafford)             PHI38      Endzone    PHI20 (TB)    2     Punt (0)
10/28   vs. Atl.  NONE
11/5    at NO
11/11   vs. Dal.
11/18   at Was.
11/26   vs. Car.
12/2    at Dal.
12/9    at TB
12/13   vs. Cin.
12/23   vs. Was.
12/30   at NYG

Regular Season Totals: 8 Takeaways resulted in 17 points

L.O.S. - Line of scrimmage
* - Red zone play
ST - Special teams play
(TB) - Touch back
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GIVEAWAYS
                                                     Starting   Point of   Resulting
Date    Opponent Turnover                            L.O.S.     Turnover   L.O.S.       Qtr.   Result (pts)
9/9     at Cle.   L.McCoy FUMBLE (D.Jackson FR)      CLE43      CLE48      CLE49         1     Field Goal (3)
                  M.Vick INT (C.Robertson)           CLE49      CLE39      CLE40         1     Punt (0)
                  M.Vick INT (L.Fort)                PHI39      CLE47      PHI43         3     Field Goal (3)
                  M.Vick INT (J.Haden)               CLE36      CLE28      PHI22         3     Field Goal (3)
                  M.Vick INT (D.Jackson)             PHI18      PHI27      Endzone       4     Touchdown (7)
9/16    vs. Bal.  *M.Vick INT (B.Pollard)            BAL12      Endzone    BAL20 (TB)    1     Fumble (0)
                  M.Vick FUMBLE (A.McClellan FR)     BAL20      BAL25      BAL30         2     Touchdown (7)
                  *L.McCoy FUMBLE (R.Lewis FR)       BAL9       BAL11      BAL9          2     Punt (0)
                  M.Vick INT (E.Reed)                BAL44      BAL27      BAL36         3     Field Goal (3)
9/23    at Arz.   ST-D.Johnson FUMBLE (M.Leach FR)   ARZ16      PHI38      PHI38         1     Touchdown (7)
                  M.Vick FUMBLE (D.Williams FR)      ARZ36      ARZ35      ARZ35         2     Punt (0)
                  *M.Vick FUMBLE (J.Sanders FR)      ARZ1       ARZ7       Endzone       2     Touchdown (7)
9/30    vs. NYG   NONE
10/7    at Pit.   *M.Vick FUMBLE (L.Foote FR)        PIT3       Endzone    PIT20 (TB)    1     Punt (0)
                  M.Vick FUMBLE (L.Foote FR)         PHI26      PHI27      PHI34         1     Downs (0)
10/14   vs. Det.  D.Reynolds FUMBLE (S.Tulloch FR)   DET29      DET34      DET45         1     Interception (0)
                  M.Vick INT (L.Delmas)              PHI48      DET14      DET14         2     Punt (0)
                  M.Vick INT (C.Houston)             PHI20      DET34      DET34         4     Punt (0)
10/28   vs. Atl.  NONE
11/5    at NO
11/11   vs. Dal.
11/18   at Was.
11/26   vs. Car.
12/2    at Dal.
12/9    at TB
12/13   vs. Cin.
12/23   vs. Was.
12/30   at NYG

Regular Season Totals: 17 Giveaways resulted in 40 points


L.O.S. - Line of scrimmage
* - Red zone play
ST - Special teams play
(TB) - Touch back
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EAGLES GAME-BY-GAME DRIVES
                                                  Drives Ended By                      Points    Pts./
DATE             QB         Drives    TD FG MFG Punt Down INT Fum Sfty Clock           Yielded   Drive   Drive Efficiency
9/9 at Cle.      M.Vick      16        2  1  1   6       0     4  1 0    1                17     1.06                18.8
9/16 vs. Bal.    M.Vick      14        3  1  0   5       0     2  2 0    1                24     1.71                28.6
9/23 at Arz.     M.Vick      11        0  2  0   5       1     0  2 0    1                 6     0.55                18.2
9/30 vs. NYG     M.Vick      11        1  4  0   4       0     0  0 0    2                19     1.73                45.5
10/7 at Pit.     M.Vick       8        2  0  0   4       0     0  2 0    0                14     1.75                25.0
10/14 vs. Det.   M.Vick      14        2  3  0   5       0     2  1 0    1                23     1.64                35.7
10/28 vs. Atl.   M.Vick      10        2  1  0   3       2     0  0 0    2                17     1.70                30.0
11/5 at NO
11/11 vs. Dal.
11/18 at Was.
11/26 vs. Car.
12/2 at Dal.
12/9 at TB
12/13 vs. Cin.
12/23 vs. Was.
12/30 at NYG
TOTALS:          M.Vick       84      12   12    1    32      3      8     8   0   8    120      1.43               28.6
                 TEAM         84      12   12    1    32      3      8     8   0   8    120      1.43               28.6

Note: Drive Efficiency measures the percentage of drives resulting in points
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OPPONENTS GAME-BY-GAME DRIVES
                                                    Drives Ended By                    Points    Pts./
DATE             QB            Drives   TD FG MFG Punt Down INT Fum Sfty Clock         Yielded   Drive   Drive Efficiency
9/9 at Cle.      B.Weeden        15      0  3  0   7       0     4  0 0    1               9     0.60                20.0
9/16 vs. Bal.    J.Flacco        14      2  3  0   5       2     1  1 0    0              23     1.64                35.7
9/23 at Arz.     K.Kolb          11      2  2  0   6       1     0  0 0    0              20     1.82                36.4
9/30 vs. NYG     E.Manning       10      2  1  1   5       0     1  0 0    0              17     1.70                30.0
10/7 at Pit.     B.Roethlisberger 9      1  3  0   4       1     0  0 0    0              16     1.78                44.4
10/14 vs. Det.   M.Stafford      14      2  4  0   7       0     1  0 0    0              26     1.86                42.9
10/28 vs. Atl.   M.Ryan           9      3  3  0   2       1     0  0 0    0              30     3.33                66.7
11/5 at NO
11/11 vs. Dal.
11/18 at Was.
11/26 vs. Car.
12/2 at Dal.
12/9 at TB
12/13 vs. Cin.
12/23 vs. Was.
12/30 at NYG
TOTALS:          TEAM           82      12   19   1   36      5      7     1   0   1    141      1.72               37.8

Note: Drive Efficiency measures the percentage of drives resulting in points
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EAGLES SEASON TOTALS: 26 - 21 pass, 5 rush          EAGLES vs. Giants - 9/30/12
OPPONENTS SEASON TOTALS: 26 - 20 pass, 6 rush       EAGLES: 3 pass, 2 rush
                                                    Run Pass       Description
                                                    34             LeSean McCoy run
EAGLES at Browns - 9/9/12                                 32       Michael Vick to DeSean Jackson
EAGLES: 3 pass, 1 rush                                    27       Michael Vick to Brent Celek
Run Pass      Description                                 23       Michael Vick to Jason Avant
      46      Michael Vick to Jeremy Maclin         22             LeSean McCoy run
      35      Michael Vick to DeSean Jackson        GIANTS: 5 pass, 0 rush
      28      Michael Vick to Brent Celek           Run Pass       Description
22            LeSean McCoy run                            41       Eli Manning to Domenik Hixon
BROWNS: 2 pass, 2 rush                                    32       Eli Manning to Domenik Hixon
Run Pass      Description                                 31       Eli Manning to Ramses Barden
35            Travis Benjamin run                         30       Eli Manning to Victor Cruz
25            Brandon Weeden run                          20       Eli Manning to Ahmad Bradshaw
      24      Brandon Weeden to Mohamed Massaquoi
      20      Brandon Weeden to Josh Gordon
                                                    EAGLES at Steelers - 10/7/12
                                                    EAGLES: 2 pass, 0 rush
EAGLES vs. Ravens - 9/16/12                         Run Pass      Description
EAGLES: 7 pass, 1 rush                                    24      Michael Vick to DeSean Jackson
Run Pass      Description                                 23      Michael Vick to DeSean Jackson
      49      Michael Vick to DeSean Jackson        STEELERS: 1 pass, 0 rush
      28      Michael Vick to Brent Celek           Run Pass      Description
      24      Michael Vick to Brent Celek                 20      Ben Roethlisberger to Antonio Brown
      24      Michael Vick to Brent Celek
      23      Michael Vick to Brent Celek
     23T      Michael Vick to Jeremy Maclin
                                                    EAGLES vs. Lions - 10/14/12
      21      Michael Vick to Brent Celek           EAGLES: 2 pass, 0 rush
20            LeSean McCoy run                      Run Pass        Description
RAVENS: 4 pass, 1 rush                                    70T       Michael Vick to Jeremy Maclin
Run Pass      Description                                  30       Michael Vick to DeSean Jackson
43            Ray Rice run                          LIONS: 4 pass, 0 rush
      40      Joe Flacco to Torrey Smith            Run Pass        Description
      37      Joe Flacco to Ray Rice                       57       Matthew Stafford to Tony Scheffler
      23      Joe Flacco to Ed Dickson                     37       Matthew Stafford to Calvin Johnson
      21      Joe Flacco to Jacoby Jones                   28       Matthew Stafford to Calvin Johnson
                                                           20       Matthew Stafford to Calvin Johnson
EAGLES at Cardinals - 9/23/12
EAGLES: 3 pass, 1 rush
                                                    EAGLES vs. Falcons - 10/28/12
Run Pass      Description                           EAGLES: 1 pass, 0 rush
      34      Michael Vick to Brent Celek           Run Pass      Description
      26      Michael Vick to Damaris Johnson             32      Michael Vick to DeSean Jackson
      20      Michael Vick to Damaris Johnson       FALCONS: 2 pass, 1 rush
20            Michael Vick run                      Run Pass      Description
CARDINALS: 2 pass, 2 rush                                63T      Matt Ryan to Julio Jones
Run Pass      Description                           43            Jacquizz Rodgers run
     37T      Kevin Kolb to Larry Fitzgerald              37      Matt Ryan to Julio Jones
25            Ryan Williams run
      22      Kevin Kolb to Larry Fitzgerald
20            Ryan Williams run
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Won in Overtime
By Eagles:     10/24/04   Eagles win at Cleveland, 34-31
By Opponent:   10/14/12   Eagles loss vs. Detroit, 23-26

Won by Scoring in the Last Two Minutes of Regulation
By Eagles:     9/30/12    Eagles win vs. NY Giants, 19-17 (last score at 1:49)
By Opponent:   10/7/12    Eagles loss at Pittsburgh, 14-16 (last score at 0:00)

Tied Game by Scoring in the Last Two Minutes of Regulation
By Eagles:     12/19/10   Eagles win at NY Giants, 38-31 (tied game at 1:45)
By Opponent:   10/14/12   Eagles loss vs. Detroit, 23-26 ot (tied game at 0:03)

Won on National Television
By Eagles:     9/30/12    Eagles win vs. NY Giants, 19-17
By Opponent:   12/1/11    Eagles loss at Seattle, 14-31

Won in Prime Time
By Eagles:     9/30/12    Eagles win vs. NY Giants, 19-17
By Opponent:   12/1/11    Eagles loss at Seattle, 14-31

Shutout
By Eagles:     12/1/96    Win vs. Giants at Philadephia, 24-0
By Opponent:   1/3/10     Eagles loss at Dallas, 24-0

Won by 20-or-more Points
By Eagles:     1/1/12     Eagles win vs. Washington, 34-10
By Opponent:   9/23/12    Eagles loss at Arizona, 6-27

Won After Trailing by 20-or-More Points
By Eagles:     12/19/10   Eagles win at NY Giants, 38-31 (Giants ahead 31-10 in 4th quarter)
By Opponent:   10/2/11    Eagles loss vs. San Francisco, 23-24 (Eagles ahead 23-3 in 3rd quarter)

Held a 28-or-More Point Lead
By Eagles:     12/18/11   Eagles win vs. NY Jets, 45-19 (32 when winning 45-13)
By Opponent:   9/20/09    Philadelphia loss vs. New Orleans, 48-22 (28 when winning 48-20)

Held a 21-or-More Point Lead
By Eagles:     1/1/12     Eagles win vs. Washington, 34-10
By Opponent:   9/23/12    Eagles loss at Arizona, 6-27 (24 when winning 24-0)

Held a 14-or-More Point Lead
By Eagles:     1/1/12     Eagles win vs. Washington, 34-10
By Opponent:   10/28/12   Eagles loss vs. Atlanta, 17-30 (20 when losing 30-10)
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Scored 20-or-More Points in a Quarter
By Eagles:     1/1/12     Eagles win vs. Washington, 34-10 (21 points, 4th Q)
By Opponent:   10/24/10   Eagles loss at Tennessee, 19-37 (27 points, 4th Q)

Scored 20-or-More Points in a Half
By Eagles:     1/1/12     Eagles win vs. Washington, 34-10 (24 points, 2nd half)
By Opponent:   10/28/12   Eagles loss vs. Atlanta, 17-30 (24 points, 1st half)

Held Opponent without a Touchdown
By Eagles:     9/26/10    Eagles win at Jacksonville, 28-3 (1 FG)
By Opponent:   9/23/12    Eagles loss at Arizona, 6-27 (2 FGs)

Touchdowns Scored by Offense and Defense
By Eagles:     12/18/11   Eagles win vs. NY Jets, 45-19 (5 offense, 1 defense)
By Opponent:   9/23/12    Eagles loss at Arizona, 6-27 (2 offense, 1 defense)

Touchdowns Scored by Offense, Defense and Special Teams
By Eagles:     12/13/09   Eagles win at NY Giants, 45-38 (4 offense, 1 defense, 1 special teams)
By Opponent:   11/19/06   Titans win at Philadelphia, 31-13 (2 offense, 1 defense, 1 special teams)

Touchdown Scored on First Drive
By Eagles:     12/24/11   Eagles win at Dallas, 20-7
By Opponent:   10/28/12   Eagles loss vs. Atlanta, 17-30

Safety Scored
By Eagles:     12/11/11   J.P. Losman sacked in end zone by Phillip Hunt
By Opponent:   11/23/08   Sav Rocca punt blocked by Jameel McClain out of bounds in end zone
               1/11/09    Intentional grounding penalty enforced on QB Donovan McNabb in end zone (NFC-D)

Successful Two Point Conversion
By Eagles:     11/21/10   Jason Avant pass from Michael Vick vs. NY Giants
By Opponent:   9/25/11    Brandon Jacobs run vs. NY Giants

Failed Two Point Conversion Attempt
By Eagles:     10/3/10    Pass failed from Kevin Kolb to Jason Avant
               1/9/11     Pass failed from Michael Vick to LeSean McCoy (NFC-W)
By Opponent:   12/18/11   Pass failed from Mark Sanchez to Jeremy Kerley
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Fumble Recovered for Touchdown
By Eagles:     12/18/11       Juqua Parker recovered a Santonio Holmes fumble and returned it 47 yards vs. NY Jets
By Opponent:   9/23/12        James Sanders recovered a Michael Vick fumble and returned it 93 yards at Arizona

Touchdown off of Fake Field Goal
By Eagles:     12/24/1989     Cris Carter 22-yard pass from Roger Ruzek vs. Phoenix
By Opponent:   12/20/1998     Holder Eric Bjornson 7-yard run at Dallas

Touchdown off of Fake Punt
By Eagles:     9/29/02          Brian Dawkins 57 yard pass from Brian Mitchell vs. Houston
By Opponent:   (could not find an instance when it occurred)

No Turnovers
By Eagles:     10/28/12       Eagles loss vs. Atlanta, 17-30
By Opponent:   10/28/12       Eagles loss vs. Atlanta, 17-30

Touchdown Drive of 10-or-More Plays
By Eagles:     10/28/12       Eagles loss vs. Atlanta, 17-30 (16 plays; LeSean McCoy 7-yd. pass from Michael Vick)
                                                             (13 plays; LeSean McCoy 2-yd. run)
By Opponent:   10/28/12       Eagles loss vs. Atlanta, 17-30 (16 plays; Drew Davis 15-yd. pass from Matt Ryan)

Touchdown Drive of 80-or-More Yards
By Eagles:     10/28/12       Eagles loss vs. Atlanta, 17-30 (80 yards; LeSean McCoy 7-yd. pass from Michael Vick)
By Opponent:   10/28/12       Eagles loss vs. Atlanta, 17-30 (80 yards; Drew Davis 15-yd. pass from Matt Ryan)

Touchdown Drive of Five-or-More Minutes
By Eagles:     10/28/12       Eagles loss vs. Atlanta, 17-30 (7:39; LeSean McCoy 7-yd. pass from Michael Vick)
                                                             (7:14; LeSean McCoy 2-yd. run)
By Opponent:   10/28/12       Eagles loss vs. Atlanta, 17-30 (8:44; Drew Davis 15-yd. pass from Matt Ryan)
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500-or-More Total Net Yards of Offense
By Eagles:     10/2/11       Eagles loss vs. San Francisco, 23-24 (513; 108 rushing, 405 passing)
By Opponent:   12/13/09      Eagles win at NY Giants, 45-38 (512; 133 rushing, 379 passing)

400-or-More Total Net Yards of Offense
By Eagles:     9/30/12       Eagles win vs. NY Giants, 19-17 (422; 191 rushing, 231 passing)
By Opponent:   10/14/12      Eagles loss vs. Detroit, 23-26 (449; 138 rushing, 311 passing)

300-or More Net Yards Rushing by Team
By Eagles:     9/3/00        Eagles win at Dallas, 41-14 (306)
By Opponent:   9/25/60       Browns win at Philadephia, 41-24 (329)

200-or-More Net Yards Rushing by Team
By Eagles:     10/30/11      Eagles win vs. Dallas, 34-7 (239)
By Opponent:   11/9/08       Eagles loss vs. New York Giants, 31-36 (219)

Individual 200-Yard Rushing Game
By Eagles:     9/3/00        Duce Staley (26-201-1TD) at Dallas
By Opponent:   12/28/02      Tiki Barber (32-203-0TDs) at New York

Individual 150-Yard Rushing Game
By Eagles:     10/30/11      LeSean McCoy (30-185-2TDs) vs. Dallas
By Opponent:   12/10/06      Ladell Betts (33-171-0TDs) at Washington

Individual 100-Yard Rushing Game
By Eagles:     9/30/12       LeSean McCoy (23-123-0TDs) vs. NY Giants
By Opponent:   1/1/12        Evan Royster (20-113-0TDs) vs. Washington

Two 100-Yard Rushers in the Same Game
By Eagles:     10/28/02      Duce Staley (24-126-0TDs) & Donovan McNabb (8-107-1TD) vs. NY Giants
By Opponent:   10/30/05      Mike Anderson (21-126-1TD) and Tatum Bell (14-107-2TDs) at Denver

Consecutive 100-Yard Rushing Games
By Eagles:     10/16/11-10/30/11        LeSean McCoy (28-126-1TD) at Washington and (30-185-2TDs) vs. Dallas
By Opponent:   12/1/11-12/11/11         Marshawn Lynch (22-148-2TDs) at Seattle; Reggie Bush (14-103-0TDs) at Miami

Combined 200-Yard Rushing by Two Players
By Eagles:     10/30/11      235 by LeSean McCoy (30-185-2TDs) & Michael Vick (7-50-0TDs) vs. Dallas
By Opponent:   12/10/06      209 by Ladell Betts (33-171-0TDs) & Jason campbell (4-38-0TDs) at Washington

Individual with 30-or-More Carries
By Eagles:     10/30/11      LeSean McCoy (30-185-2TDs) vs. Dallas
By Opponent:   11/11/07      Clinton Portis (30-137-0TDs) at Washington

Individual with 25-or-More Carries
By Eagles:     9/16/12       LeSean McCoy (25-81-1TD) vs. Baltimore
By Opponent:   10/9/11       Fred Jackson (26-111-1TD) at Buffalo
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Rushing Play of 80-or-More Yards
By Eagles:     10/1/00    85t by Brian Mitchell vs. Atlanta
By Opponent:   9/30/01    80 by Troy Hambrick vs. Dallas

Rushing Play of 60-or-More Yards
By Eagles:     11/20/11   60 by LeSean McCoy at NY Giants
By Opponent:   9/18/11    61 by Michael Turner at Atlanta

Rushing Play of 40-or-More Yards
By Eagles:     11/20/11   60 by LeSean McCoy at NY Giants
By Opponent:   10/28/12   43 by Jacquizz Rodgers vs. Atlanta

Individual with Three-or-More Rushing Touchdowns
By Eagles:     12/18/11   LeSean McCoy (18-102-3TDs) vs. NY Jets
By Opponent:   11/26/06   Joseph Addai (24-171-4TDs) at Indianapolis

Individual with Two-or-More Rushing Touchdowns
By Eagles:     12/18/11   LeSean McCoy (18-102-3TDs) vs. NY Jets
By Opponent:   12/1/11    Marshawn Lynch (22-148-2TDs) at Seattle

400 Net Yards Passing by Team
By Eagles:     10/2/11    Eagles loss vs. San Francisco, 23-24 (405)
By Opponent:   11/4/07    Cowboys win at Philadelphia, 38-17 (434)

300 Net Yards Passing by Team
By Eagles:     9/16/12    Eagles win vs. Baltimore, 24-23 (357)
By Opponent:   10/14/12   Eagles loss vs. Detroit, 23-26 (311)

Individual with 50-or-More Pass Attempts
By Eagles:     9/9/12     Michael Vick (56-29-317-4-2TDs) at Cleveland
By Opponent:   11/7/10    Peyton Manning (52-31-294-2-1TD) vs. Indianapolis

Individual with 40-or-More Pass Attempts
By Eagles:     10/14/12   Michael Vick (46-28-311-2-2TDs) vs. Detroit
By Opponent:   10/14/12   Matthew Stafford (45-22-311-1-1TD) vs. Detroit

Individual with 30-or-More Pass Completions
By Eagles:     10/2/11    Michael Vick (46-30-416-1-2TDs) vs. San Francisco
By Opponent:   11/7/10    Peyton Manning (51-31-294-2-1TD) vs. Indianapolis

Individual with 25-or-More Pass Completions
By Eagles:     10/14/12   Michael Vick (46-28-311-2-2TDs) vs. Detroit
By Opponent:   11/7/10    Peyton Manning (51-31-294-2-1TD) vs. Indianapolis

No Sacks Allowed
By Eagles:     10/9/11    Eagles loss at Buffalo, 24-31 (40 attempts - Michael Vick)
By Opponent:   10/14/12   Eagles loss vs. Detroit, 23-26 (45 attempts - Matthew Stafford)
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Individual 300-Yard Passing Game
By Eagles:     10/14/12       Michael Vick (46-28-311-2-2TDs) vs. Detroit
By Opponent:   10/14/12       Matthew Stafford (45-22-311-1-1TD) vs. Detroit

Consecutive 300-Yard Passing Games
By Eagles:     9/9/12 - 9/16/12    Michael Vick (56-29-317-4-2TDs) at Cleveland and (32-23-371-2-1TD) vs. Baltimore
By Opponent:   12/2/90 - 12/9/90   Jim Kelly (32-19-334-1-3TDs) at Buffalo; Dan Marino (54-27-365-0-2TDs) at Miami

Individual with Four-or-More Touchdown Passes
By Eagles:     11/15/10       Michael Vick (28-20-333-0-4TDs) at Washington
By Opponent:   9/25/11        Eli Manning (23-16-254-0-4TDs) vs. NY Giants

Individual with Three-or-More Touchdown Passes
By Eagles:     1/1/12         Michael Vick (39-24-335-1-3TDs) vs. Washington
By Opponent:   10/28/12       Matt Ryan (29-22-262-0-3TDs) vs. Atlanta

Individual with 10-or-more Receptions
By Eagles:     9/18/11        Jeremy Maclin (13-171-2TDs) at Atlanta
By Opponent:   11/7/10        Jacob Tamme (11-108-1TD) and Reggie Wayne (11-83-0TDs) vs. Indianapolis

Individual with 150-Yard Receiving Game
By Eagles:     9/16/12        Brent Celek (8-157-0TDs) vs. Baltimore
By Opponent:   10/24/10       Kenny Britt (7-225-3TDs) at Tennessee

Individual with 100-Yard Receiving Game
By Eagles:     10/14/12       Jeremy Maclin (6-130-1TD) vs. Detroit
By Opponent:   10/28/12       Julio Jones (5-123-1TD) vs. Atlanta

Two 100-Yard Receivers in the Same Game
By Eagles:     9/16/12        Brent Celek (8-157-0TDs) and DeSean Jackson (7-114-0TDs) vs. Baltimore
By Opponent:   9/30/12        Victor Cruz (9-109-1TD) and Domenik Hixon (6-114-0TDs) vs. NY Giants

Consecutive 100-Yard Receiving Games
By Eagles:     9/19/10 - 9/26/10           DeSean Jackson; (4-135-1TD) at Detroit and (5-153-1TD) at Jacksonville
By Opponent:   10/14/12-10/28/12           Calvin Johnson (6-135-0TDs) vs. Detroit and Julio Jones (5-123-1TD) vs. Atlanta
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Pass Play of 80-or-More Yards
By Eagles:     12/12/10   91t, Michael Vick to DeSean Jackson at Dallas
By Opponent:   10/24/10   80t, Kerry Collins to Kenny Britt at Tennessee

Pass Play of 60-or-More Yards
By Eagles:     10/14/12   70t, Michael Vick to Jeremy Maclin vs. Detroit
By Opponent:   10/28/12   63t, Matt Ryan to Julio Jones vs. Atlanta

Pass Play of 40-or-More Yards
By Eagles:     10/14/12   70t, Michael Vick to Jeremy Maclin vs. Detroit
By Opponent:   10/28/12   63t, Matt Ryan to Julio Jones vs. Atlanta

Individual with Three-or-More Touchdown Receptions
By Eagles:     9/23/07    Kevin Curtis (11-221-3TDs) vs. Detroit
By Opponent:   10/24/10   Kenny Britt (7-225-3TDs) at Tennessee

Individual with Two-or-More Touchdown Receptions
By Eagles:     9/18/11    Jeremy Maclin (13-171-2TDs) at Atlanta
By Opponent:   11/27/11   Wes Welker (8-115-2TDs) vs. New England

Led Team in Both Rushing and Receiving Yards in the Same Game
By Eagles:     10/3/10    LeSean McCoy (16-64-0TD rushing, 12-110-0TD receiving) vs. Washington
By Opponent:   1/1/12     Evan Royster (20-113-0TDs rushing, 4-44-0TDs receiving) vs. Washington

100-Yard Rusher & Receiver in the Same Game
By Eagles:     12/18/11   LeSean McCoy (18-102-3TDs rus.) & Brent Celek (5-156-1TD rec.) vs. NY Jets
By Opponent:   12/28/10   Adrian Peterson (22-118-1TD) & Percy Harvin (7-100-0TDs) vs. Minnesota

100-Yard Rusher, 100-Yard Receiver & 300-Yard Passer in the Same Game
By Eagles:     9/23/07    Brian Westbrook (14-110-2TDs rush. & 5-111-1TD rec.) & Kevin Curtis (11-221-3TDs rec.) vs. Detroit
                          Donovan McNabb (26-21-381-0-4TDs) vs. Detroit
By Opponent:   12/11/05   Tiki Barber (32-124-0TDs), Jeremy Shockey (10-107-0TDs) &
                          Eli Manning (44-28-312-3-1TD) vs. NY Giants

Individual with at Least One Rushing and One Receiving Touchdown in the Same Game
By Eagles:     10/28/12   LeSean McCoy (16-45-1TD rushing, 3-22-1TD receiving) vs. Atlanta
By Opponent:   12/2/10    Arian Foster (22-83-1TD rushing, 2-26-1TD receiving) vs. Houston

Individual with at Least One Rushing Touchdown and One Touchdown Pass in the Same Game
By Eagles:     9/16/12    Michael Vick (32-23-371-2-1TD passing, 10-34-1TD rushing) vs. Baltimore
By Opponent:   10/14/12   Matthew Stafford (45-22-311-1-1TD passing, 3-7-1TD rushing) vs. Detroit
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Held Opponent Under 200 Yards Total Offense
By Eagles:     9/26/10    Eagles win at Jacksonville, 28-3 (191; 139 rushing, 52 passing)
By Opponent:   9/30/07    Giants win at New York, 16-3 (190; 114 rushing, 76 passing)

Held Opponent Under 300 Yards Total Offense
By Eagles:     9/23/12    Eagles loss at Arizona, 6-27 (292; 99 rushing, 193 passing)
By Opponent:   10/28/12   Eagles loss vs. Atlanta, 17-30 (270; 92 rushing, 178 passing)

Held Opponent Under 50 Yards Rushing
By Eagles:     11/20/11   Eagles win at NY Giants, 17-10 (29)
By Opponent:   1/3/10     Eagles loss at Dallas, 24-0 (37)

Held Opponent Under 75 Yards Rushing
By Eagles:     9/30/12    Eagles win vs. NY Giants, 19-17 (57)
By Opponent:   10/7/12    Eagles loss at Pittsburgh, 14-16 (56)

Held Opponent Under 100 Yards Rushing
By Eagles:     9/30/12    Eagles win vs. NY Giants, 19-17 (57)
By Opponent:   10/28/12   Eagles loss vs. Atlanta, 17-30 (92)

Held Opponent Under 100 Net Yards Passing
By Eagles:     12/11/11   Eagles win at Miami, 26-10 (95)
By Opponent:   9/13/09    Eagles win at Carolina, 38-10 (82)

Held Opponent Under 150 Net Yards Passing
By Eagles:     9/9/12     Eagles win at Cleveland, 17-16 (111)
By Opponent:   11/13/11   Eagles loss vs. Arizona, 17-21 (123)
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Interception Return for a Touchdown
By Eagles:     11/13/11   Asante Samuel, 20 yards (QB John Skelton) vs. Arizona
By Opponent:   9/9/12     D’Qwell Jackson, 27 yards (QB Michael Vick) at Cleveland

Individual with Three-or-More Interceptions
By Eagles:     10/16/11   Kurt Coleman (3 - Rex Grossman) at Washington
By Opponent:   12/2/07    Lofa Tatupu (3-A.J. Feeley) vs. Seattle

Individual with Two-or-More Interceptions
By Eagles:     9/9/12     Kurt Coleman (2) and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (2) at Washington (QB Brandon Weeden)
By Opponent:   12/1/11    Brandon Browner (2 - Vince Young) at Seattle

Seven-or-More Sacks by Team
By Eagles:     12/11/11   Eagles win at Miami, 26-10 (9)
By Opponent:   9/30/07    Giants win at New York, 3-16 (12)

Six-or-More Sacks by Team
By Eagles:     12/11/11   Eagles win at Miami, 26-10 (9)
By Opponent:   12/28/10   Eagles loss vs. Minnesota, 14-24 (6)

Five-or-More Sacks by Team
By Eagles:     12/11/11   Eagles win at Miami, 26-10 (9)
By Opponent:   9/23/12    Eagles loss vs. Arizona, 6-27 (5)

Individual with Three-or More Sacks
By Eagles:     12/18/11   Jason Babin (3.0 of Mark Sanchez) vs. NY Jets
By Opponent:   10/30/11   DeMarcus Ware (4.0 sacks of Michael Vick) vs. Dallas

Individual with Two-or More Sacks
By Eagles:     12/18/11   Jason Babin (3.0 of Mark Sanchez) vs. NY Jets
By Opponent:   10/14/12   Cliff Avril (2.0 sacks of Michael Vick) vs. Detroit
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Kickoff Return for a Touchdown
By Eagles:     11/23/08    Quintin Demps, 100 yards at Baltimore
By Opponent:   9/15/08     Felix Jones, 98 yards at Dallas

Kickoff Return for a Touchdown to Start a Game
By Eagles:     11/4/01     Brian Mitchell, 94 yards at Arizona
By Opponent:   10/12/03    Randal Williams, 37 yards at Dallas

Punt Return for a Touchdown
By Eagles:     12/19/10    DeSean Jackson, 65 yards at NY Giants
By Opponent:   11/18/07    Ted Ginn Jr., 87 yards vs. Miami

Blocked Punt Recovered for Touchdown
By Eagles:     11/22/92    Ken Rose returned Sean Landeta's blocked punt (blocked by Rose) 3 yards at NY Giants
By Opponent:   11/10/96    Gabe Northern returned Tom Hutton's blocked punt (blocked by Northern) 18 yards vs. Buffalo

Blocked Punt
By Eagles:     10/28/12    Casey Matthews blocked Matt Bosher's punt vs. Atlanta
By Opponent:   12/24/11    Bruce Carter blocked Chas Henry's punt at Dallas

Blocked PAT
By Eagles:     10/30/88    Reggie White blocked a PAT attempt by Greg Davis vs. Atlanta
By Opponent:   12/13/09    Fred Robbins blocked a PAT attempt by David Akers vs. NY Giants

Missed (not blocked) PAT
By Eagles:     9/25/05     Mark Simoneau vs. Oakland
               1/18/09     David Akers at Arizona (NFC-C)
By Opponent:   11/11/07    Shaun Suisham at Washington

Blocked Field Goal
By Eagles:     1/1/12      Derek Landri blocked a 36-yard attempt by Graham Gano vs. Washington
By Opponent:   11/21/10    Terrell Thomas blocked a 42-yard attempt by David Akers vs. NY Giants

Blocked Field Goal returned for a TD
By Eagles:     10/23/05    Matt Ware, 65-yd. return after Quintin Mikell blocked a 40-yd. att. by Nate Kaeding vs. San Diego
By Opponent:   12/7/08     Kevin Dockery, 71-yd. return after Justin Tuck blocked a 32-yd. att. by D.Akers at New York Giants

Individual with Five-or More Field Goals
By Eagles:     11/18/01    David Akers (5-5) at Dallas
By Opponent:   12/3/00     Al Del Greco (5-5) vs. Tennessee

Individual with Four-or More Field Goals
By Eagles:     10/14/12    Alex Henery (4-4) vs. Detroit
By Opponent:   11/22/09    Robbie Gould (4-5) at Chicago

Successful Onsides Kick
By Eagles:     12/19/10    David Akers kick recovered by Eagles Riley Cooper (4th Q)
By Opponent:   9/19/10     Jason Hanson kick recovered by Lions Randy Phillips (4th Q)

Failed Onsides Kick Attempt
By Eagles:     11/28/10    David Akers kick recovered by Bears Johnny Knox at Chicago (4th Q)
By Opponent:   12/13/09    Lawrence Tynes kick recovered by Eagles Moise Fokou (4th Q)
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                   6-1, 210                Born 11/30/87 in Fort Myers, FL
                   South Florida           Cape Coral HS, Cape Coral, FL
                   3rd year                Acquired - D2-10 (37th overall)



An intelligent and athletic safety, Nate Allen is in his third season • Most underrated attrib-               THREE-STEP DROP
with the team after being drafted in the second round in 2010. Allen     ute of being a safety:               Nickname: Pop, because he popped
starred at South Florida in his college career, compiling nine career    “The mental aspects of                 around in his crib when he was
interceptions and three touchdowns at South Florida en route to          the position. You have to              younger
second-team All-Big East honors during his senior season.                be able to think quick on            Hobbies: Fishing, Golf, Boating
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                          your feet because you                Talent he’d most like to have: Singing
                                                                         are the quarterback of               Trade places with for a day: President
• Ranks third on the team with 46 tackles                                the defense and have to                Obama
• Recorded a game-high 11 tackles vs. Bal (9/16)                         help everyone line up.               Dinner guest: Martin Luther King, Jr.
                                                                         We rely on reads both be-            Bucket list: Go on an African safari
BIRDSEED                                                                                                      Favorite athletes growing up: Barry
                                                                         fore and during the play
• Credits his father Jackie, with having the greatest influence on       to decode what the of-                 Sanders, Emmitt Smith, Allen Iver-
  his life and career. Jackie played professional basketball in Eu-                                             son
                                                                         fense is doing.”
  rope and now coaches at Ft. Myers Middle School, where he also                                              Athlete to watch now: Kobe Bryant
                                                                       • Favorite part of playing in          Music: Drake, John Legend, Kenny
  works security. ”He’s always been my role model, and he enstilled
                                                                         Philadelphia: “The fans.               Chesney, Marvin Sapp
  in me the value of working hard and putting the Lord first in every-
                                                                         They’re so passionate,               Philly restaraunt: Fogo de Chao
  thing you do.”
                                                                         and you know they’ll al-             Cheesesteak spot: Tony Luke’s
• Played every position while in Pop Warner football, and said peo-      ways be there. They’re               Movies: Scarface, Something About
  ple began to notice him because he was always in the mix on every      honest and will let you                Mary, Any Given Sunday, Above the
  play: “People tell me that when I started playing, I would be the      know how they feel, but                Rim
  kicker on a kickoff and I would beat everyone down the field by a      they’re die-hard and very            Place to visit: Caribbean
  long stretch to make a tackle.”                                        supportive.”                         Bible verse: Philippians 4:13 - “I can do
                                                                                                                all things through Christ who
                                                                                 PERSONAL                       strengthens me.”
            2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS                                         • Son of Jackie and Dar-
                                                                                   lene Allen. Darlene teaches business and typing classes at Cape
Date        Opp   W/L   P/S        S   A    T    Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR       Coral HS
Sep 9    at Cle   W     1/1        4   1    5    0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0               • Also an accomplished basketball player, averaged 16.3 points, 6.6
Sep 16      Bal   W     1/1       10   1   11    0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0                 rebounds and 2.9 steals in 2005-06. Went on to score more than
Sep 23   at Ari   L     1/1        3   4    7    0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                 1,000 points during his career
Sep 30      NYG   W     1/1        3   1    4    0.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
                                                                                 • An honor roll student, graduated with a 3.6 grade point average
Oct 7    at Pit   L     1/1        7   0    7    0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
                                                                                   and was a member of the National Honor Society
Oct 14      Det   L     1/1        3   0    3    0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 28      Atl   L     1/1        8   1    9    0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0               • Majored in communications at USF , and hopes to pursue a ca-
Nov 5    at NO                                                                     reer in broadcasting or marketing after his career is over
Nov 11      Dal                                                                  • Has a younger sister, Kelsey, and an older brother, Marcel
Nov 18   at Was                                                                  • Two-time Class 5A All-State honorable mention. Rated the state’s
Nov 26      Car                                                                    67th-best prospect by the Orlando Sentinel and earned All-Area
Dec 2    at Dal                                                                    honors three times
Dec 9    at TB                                                                   • Attended Cape Coral (FL) High School
Dec 13      Cin
                                                                                 • Threw for more than 5,000 career yards and broke all of the
Dec 23      Was
                                                                                   school’s passing records
Dec 30   at NYG
Totals                  7/7       38   8   46    0.0   0   0   0   0   5   0 0   • Resides in Cape Coral, Florida
                                                                                 INJURY REPORT
                                                                                 • Sustained a hamstring strain in the 4th quarter vs. Det. (10/14)

                                  ALLEN’S CAREER STATISTICS                                                            CAREER HIGHS
                                 TACKLES             INTERCEPTIONS                                       Tackles    13    (10/9/11 at Buf)
Year Team         GP/GS   Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT                          Sacks      1.0   (2x - 12/2/10 vs. Hou)
2010 Phil.        13/13    59 43 16      2.0 17    3 27 16      0 7 1 0   7   0                          INTs       1     (5x - 1/1/12 at Was)
2011 Phil.        15/12    76 52 24      0.0 0.0   2 44 31      0 6 0 0   0   5                          INT Lg     31    (1/1/12 vs. Was)
2012 Phil.        7/7      46 38     8   0.0 0.0   0    0  0    0 5 0 0   0   1
Totals            35/32   181 133 48     2.0 17    5 71 16      0 18 1 0  0   6

PLAYOFFS
2010 Phil.        0/0                           INJURED RESERVE/KNEE
Totals            0/0         0        0    0      0.0  0   0  0   0         0    0   0    0    0    0
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                  5-10, 194     Born 10/25/85 in Butte, MT
                  Montana       Butte (MT) HS, Butte, MT
                  3rd year      Acquired - FA [Min] 2010


   Whether it is a key block on a long punt return or a clutch open-field PERSONAL                       THREE-STEP DROP
   tackle on a kickoff return, Colt Anderson does it all for the Eagles
                                                                            • He and his wife, Keelie, First job: Mowing lawns for $5 apiece
   special teams units. He is in his third season in Philadelphia after
                                                                              have two sons, Cage Favorite Meal: My mom’s chicken en-
   being plucked off Minnesota’s practice squad midway through the
                                                                              (born 10/25/11) and         chiladas
   2010 season. This undrafted defensive back from Montana was
                                                                              Krew (born 10/18/12), Movies: Varsity Blues, The Goonies
   named the Eagles special teams MVP by a vote of his teammates in
                                                                              and reside in Philadel- TV Show: Gold Rush
   2011 even after missing the final four games of the season with a
                                                                              phia                      Philadelphia restaurant: El Vez
   knee injury. He was also voted by his peers as the team’s playoff                                    Musicians: Brad Paisley, George Strait,
   captain in 2010. Anderson was a two-time MVP as a safety at Mon- • His father Mike, is a               and Keith Urban
   tana. He was originally signed by Minnesota as a rookie free agent         school teacher while his
                                                                                                        Apps: TMZ, Pandora
   in 2009. The Butte, MT native returned to action in Week 2 after           mother, Michele is a
                                                                                                        Quote: “Whether you think you can or
   missing the preseason and Week 1 while recovering from offseason           dance teacher in Butte,
                                                                                                          you think you can’t, you’re right.” -
   ACL surgery.                                                               MT. Has two older broth-    Henry Ford
                                                                              ers, Beau and Luke, and Vacation: Family’s cabins in Canyon
   2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                            a younger sister, Bri-      Ferry and Seeley Lake in Montana
   • Ranks second on the team with 63 special teams production                anna                      On bucket list: Skydiving
     points                                                                 • His     uncles,     Dave Favorite teams growing up: Miami Dol-
   QUOTES                                                                     Manovich (1971-73) and      phins and Chicago Bulls
                                                                              Pat Sullivan (1976-79), Favorite athlete to watch right now:
   • Eagles special teams coordinator Bobby April on Anderson: “In                                        Troy Polamalu
                                                                              both played football at
     my mind, he’s got the greatest power any player could have. He’s
                                                                              the University of Mon- Funniest Eagle: Jon Dorenbos
     grateful. He’s got the power of gratitude. I think that’s true for any
                                                                              tana
     person, not just player. He takes advantage of every single thing
     that goes on. I think that sets him apart, really, from his skill.”    • Follow Colt on twitter: @AndersonColt
   • More April on Anderson’s play: “He plays with great intensity,                        2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
     great judgment, great confidence, and he has a knack, because
     people do game plan him. That was a great, great pickup for us.           Date        Opp   W/L   P/S       S   A   T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
     We were very fortunate that he was available, because when we             Sep 9    at Cle   W     0/0                INACTIVE/ KNEE
     picked him up he was certainly able to play for any of the 32 teams       Sep 16      Bal   W     1/0       0   0   0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
     in this league”                                                           Sep 23   at Ari   L     1/0       0   0   0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                                                               Sep 30      NYG   W     0/0                INACTIVE/ KNEE
                                                                               Oct 7    at Pit   L     1/0       0   0   0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                                                               Oct 14      Det   L     1/0       0   1   1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                               UPTOP WITH HIS CLOTHING LINE                    Oct 28      Atl   L     1/0       0   0   0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                              Colt and his brother,                            Nov 5    at NO
                              Luke, and their                                  Nov 11      Dal
 friends founded a clothing line, UPTOP Clothing                               Nov 18   at Was
LLC, in 2011. Based in Missoula, MT, they sell hats,                           Nov 26      Car
shirts and sweatshirts with the UPTOP logo. An-                                Dec 2    at Dal
derson describes UPTOP as “the celebratory jump                                Dec 9    at TB
between two athletes.” They market their com-                                  Dec 13      Cin
pany on various social media platforms. For more                               Dec 23      Was
info, log on to www.teamuptop.com                                              Dec 30   at NYG
                                                                               Totals                  5/0       0   1   1       0.0       0       0       0   0   0   0 0

             MIRROR IMAGE                                              ANDERSON’S CAREER STATISTICS
      Colt Anderson is walking in                                              TACKLES         INTERCEPTIONS
      the footsteps of another Montana          Year Team    GP/GS    Tot Solo Ast Sack Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds                                                 STT
      alum and former Eagles safety -           2010 Phil.   8/2        8    5    3   0.0 0 0     0  0    0 0 0 0    0                                                  12
      Tim Hauck. Hauck was his position         2011 Phil.   12/0       0    0    0   0.0 0 0     0  0    0 0 0 1    0                                                  12
      coach at Montana and, just like his       2012 Phil.   5/0        1    0    1   0.0 0 0     0  0    0 0 0 0    0                                                   2
      mentor, Anderson was a walk-on            TOTALS       25/2       9    5    4   0.0 0 0     0  0    0 0 0 1    0                                                  26
      for the Grizzlies. “He was a big in-
      fluence on me,” says Anderson.            PLAYOFFS
      “He was a former Montana walk-on          2010 Phil. 1/0             0       0      0      0.0         0   0   0       0         0       0       0       0   0     0
      and he taught me that size doesn’t        TOTALS     1/0             0       0      0      0.0         0   0   0       0         0       0       0       0   0     0
      matter.”
                                                ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
                                                BLOCKED FIELD GOAL RECOVERIES: (1) - 2011 [vs.SF 10/2/11 (David Akers)]
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               6-2, 210      Born 7/6/1981 in Lafayette, LA
               California    Narbonne HS, Los Angeles, CA
               10th year     Acquired - FA (Oak) 2011                                                                 Pro Bowls: 2008, 2009, 2010


A three-time Pro Bowler and four-time All Pro selection, and widely BIRDSEED                           THREE-STEP DROP
regarded as one of the elite cornerbacks in the NFL, Nnamdi Aso-
                                                                         • Nickname: Deuce - First job: Cashier at a pharmacy
mugha is now in his second season in Philadelphia after signing a
                                                                           “People have been call- Favorite meal: Lasagna
five-year contract on the first day of free agency in 2011. One of the
                                                                           ing me that for a long Most memorable concerts: Coldplay
most dedicated athletes in the community, Asomugha has been
                                                                           time because my first        and Kanye West
heavily involved in many different community initiatives in his time
                                                                           name begins with two Movies: Goodfellas, Coming to America
in the NFL, including his own foundation, which was formally es-
                                                                           N’s,” says Nnamdi            and The Pianist
tablished in 2005. Originally a first-round pick of the Raiders in 2003,
Asomugha has collected 15 interceptions and two sacks in his ten-        • His Nigerian name Funniest Eagle: “Brian Rolle’s impres-
                                                                           means “Jesus Lives”          sion of Juan Castillo is hilarious.”
year career.                                                                                          Apps: Yelp, Soundhound and HBO Go
                                                                         • Was raised by his Favorite part about Philadelphia: “I like
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                          mother, Lilian, and his      visiting all the historic parts of the
• Earned Pro Bowl honors in three consecutive seasons from 2008-           late father, Godfrey,        city. The history and the culture is
   10 and was an alternate in both 2006 and 2007                           who met in Nigeria.          awesome here.”
• Garnered All-Pro selections in four of the last six seasons (2006,       Both also attended Person he’d want to trade places with
   2008-10)                                                                Texas University. Lilian     for a day on the Eagles: “Andy Reid
• Collected 11 career interceptions and two sacks during his eight-        is a pharmacist and          because I’d love to see him
   year career in Oakland                                                  Godfrey was a petro-         backpedal.”
                                                                           leum engineer              Musician: Michael Jackson
• Served as the cornerstone of a defense that allowed a league-low
                                                                                                      TV Shows: The Cosby Show and Martin
   2,177 completions during his eight years in Oakland. In fact, the • Says if he wasn’t play- Quote: “Patience is a virtue.”
   Raiders finished either first or second in each of the last five sea-   ing football he would be
                                                                                                      Places to visit: Capetown, South Africa
   sons in that category                                                   an actor and has al-
                                                                                                        and Paris, France
                                                                           ready appeared in sev- Athlete to watch right now: Novak
               THE ASOMUGHA FOUNDATION                                     eral television shows        Djokovic
                       Formally established in 2005,                       including The Game,
                       Nnamdi Asomugha and his family formed               Friday Night Lights and
                       the Asomugha Foundation to have a posi-             Leverage. Would also like to work to become the general man-
                       tive impact on disadvantaged youth in the           ager of an NFL team
                       United States and the underpriveleged or-         • Claims the reason that he started playing football was because
phans and widows in Africa through education and empower-                  his older brother, Chijoke, loved it and he wanted to be like him.
ment. The foundation comprises two primary programs:                       Chijoke played cornerback at Stanford
Asomugha College Tour for Scholars (ACTS) is an annual col-              • On his bucket list: “Winning the Super Bowl and visiting all 7 won-
lege tour and mentoring program that provides high-achieve-                ders of the world.”
ing      high      school                                                2012 HIGHLIGHTS
students of color with
                                                                         • Hauled in an interception of QB Matthew Stafford in the endzone,
the opportunity to visit
                                                                           thwarting a Lions drive vs. Det. (10/14)
college        campuses
across the country. In
2012, Nnamdi included                                                                                     METICULOUS PREPARATION
four high school stu-                                                                               A former college safety, the transition
dents from Philadelphia                                                                             to All-Pro NFL cornerback was far from
and took the group on college visits throughout the Chicago                                         easy for Asomugha. Every spring, when
area. Said Nnamdi of the program: “Each tour is something dif-                                      he begins his footwork drills, he does
ferent for me. I’ve come to realize that the students who finish                                    so in a crouch that makes him three
the tour are completely different from the ones who start it. It                                    inches shorter. His thighs burn in March
feels like so much becomes opened up to them. A lot of them                                         and April so that he can move effort-
have never been outside of their area or on a plane before. But                                     lessly by training camp. "No one knows
then they get over their shyness and uneasiness. I start to see                                     the work that goes into making it look
them transform, and that is one of the greatest joys for me.”                like that," Asomugha says. "Every offseason, because of my
Orphans and Widows in Need (OWIN) provides aid to a growing                  6-3 frame and long legs, I have to go above and beyond as far
population of widows and orphans in Africa and positions them                as drills to maintain quickness, to be able to drop."
for economic success and independence through education,                     Asomugha also keeps a notebook with nuggets on every re-
spiritual guidance and vocational training.                                  ceiver, quarterback and offensive coordinator he’s ever faced,
For more information on the Asomugha Foundation please                       which is something he learned from former teammate and
visit www.buildingtoday.org or follow them on twitter:                       mentor Rod Woodson.
@AsomughaFNDN
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PERSONAL                                                                               OFF THE FIELD ACHIEVEMENTS
• Attended Narbonne High School in Los Angeles, where he was                                       Received the inaugural Role Model of
  one of the nation’s most highly recruited defensive backs as a sen-                           the Year award from the National Con-
  ior after earning first team all-state honors                                                 ference on Citizenship, which was given
• Finished his senior year with 86 tackles and seven interceptions,                             to recognize the individual who uses
  returning one 98 yards for a school record. Also caused eight fum-                            their public presence to give back to
  bles and recovered six others, while returning two kickoffs and                               their community
  one punt for touchdowns. Added 23 receptions for 408 yards and         Was the male recipient of the 2012 Henry P.
  six touchdowns on offense, and saw action at QB, completing 14         Iba Citizen Athlete Award, which is given
  of 22 passes for 192 yards and two scores                              every year to a male and female athlete who
• Also a standout basketball player who earned all-league honors         has excelled in their sport and demonstrates
  as a junior and senior guard                                           an extreme desire to help others
• Distributes backpacks to the incoming freshmen each year at                              Was named one of 12 Creative Ambassador’s
  Narbonne. He also outfits the football and basketball team with                          for Philly in 2012 by the Greater Philadelphia
  shoes                                                                                    Tourism Marketing Corporation. The Creative
• Earned his degree in corporate finance                                                   Ambassadors are known internationally for
                                                                                           their work and community involvement and
                         MAGIC LESSONS                                                     are picked as influencers for building buzz
            A huge fan of the Los Angeles Lakers, Nnamdi’s fa-                             about Philly
            vorite athlete growing up was Magic Johnson. “My fa-         One of three finalists for the 2012 Bart Starr Award,
            vorite piece of clothing as a kid was his jersey. I wore     which is given out each year to the NFL player that
            that jersey every day until it didn’t fit any longer,” re-   best exemplifies outstanding character and leader-
             calls Nnamdi.                                               ship in the home, on the field and in the community
             Nnamdi’s parents instilled in him at a very young age                   One of three finalists for the 2011 Walter Payton
             the notion of helping others in need. On one of his                     Man of the Year Award, which is given out annually
             first visits to Nigeria with his family, Nnamdi remem-                  by the NFL and honors the player’s volunteer and
bers seeing that same jersey he once wore on another boy. “I                         charity work and excellence on the field
could tell by looking at it that it had been mine. When I saw the                         Presented with the 2010 Byron
jersey, I never said a word. I was taught at a very young age that       “Whizzer” White Award, which is given out annu-
giving to others is what we’re supposed to do. My parents were           ally by the NFLPA and honors the NFL player who
among the first families from their area to leave Nigeria and come       best served his team, community and country
to America. Once they got here, whatever they earned, they made                            Became an Ambassador for the
sure to send some of it back. And they made sure that their chil-                          United Way of the Bay Area in 2010
dren understood the importance of giving back, too.”

                                                                         Joined former President Bill Clinton at the
                                                                         2009 Meeting of Clinton Global Initiative Uni-
                                                                         versity (CGI U) hosted by The University of
                                                                         Texas at Austin to discuss the importance of
                                                                         global service and student activism. Has
                                                                         been an invited guest and has participated in
                                                                         the Clinton Global Initiative every year since
                                                                         then
                                                                                        Was named to the “Dream Team for Public Serv-
                                                                                        ice” by the Jefferson Awards for Public Service
                                                                                        in 2009
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                                                          ASOMUGHA’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                 TACKLES                 INTERCEPTIONS
                                   Year Team     GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sks Yds          Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds
                                   2003 Oak.     15/1     28  20    8 0.0 0.0          0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0
                                   2004 Oak.     16/7     45  37    8 1.0 8.0          0    0   0 0 3 0 0 0
                                   2005 Oak.     16/16    60  55    5 0.0 0.0          0    0   0 0 14 0 0 0
                                   2006 Oak.     15/15    50  48    2 1.0 11.0         8 59 24t 1 19 1 0 0
                                   2007 Oak.     15/15    34  32    2 0.0 0.0          1 10 10 0 7 0 0 0
                                   2008 Oak.     15/15    40  33    7 0.0 0.0          1    0   0 0 9 1 0 0
                                   2009 Oak.     16/16    34  30    4 0.0 0.0          1    0   0 0 4 0 0 0
                                   2010 Oak.     14/14    19  17    2 0.0 0.0          0    0   0 0 6 0 0 0
                                   2011 Phil.    16/15    48  35 13 0.0 0.0            3    6   6 0 8 0 0 0
                                   2012 Phil.    7/7      26  22    4 0.0 0.0          1    0   0 0 7 0 0 0
                                   TOTALS        145/121 384 329 55 2.0 19.0         15 75 24t 1 77 2 0 0

                                   ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
                                   SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: (7) - 2003 (3), 2004 (4)
                                   SPECIAL TEAMS FUMBLE RECOVERIES: (1) - 2003 (1)
                                   BLOCKED PUNT: (1) - 2004 (11/7 at Car. by P Todd Sauerbrun)


            2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS                                                   CAREER HIGHS
Date        Opp   W/L   P/S   S       A   T    Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR       Tackles    11    (12/19/04 vs. Ten.)
Sep 9    at Cle   W     1/1   1       2   3    0.0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0                 INTs       2     (2x - 12/10/06 at Cin.)
Sep 16      Bal   W     1/1   1       0   1    0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                 INT Lg     24T   (10/29/06 vs. Pit.)
Sep 23   at Ari   L     1/1   3       1   4    0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                 Sacks      1.0   (11/19/06 at KC)
Sep 30      NYG   W     1/1   3       0   3    0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Oct 7    at Pit   L     1/1   6       1   7    0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 14      Det   L     1/1   5       0   5    0.0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0
Oct 28      Atl   L     1/1   3       0   3    0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 5    at NO
Nov 11      Dal
Nov 18   at Was
Nov 26      Car
Dec 2    at Dal
Dec 9    at TB
Dec 13      Cin
Dec 23      Was
Dec 30   at NYG
Totals                  7/7   22      4   26    0.0   0    1   0   0   7   0 0
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              WIDE RECEIVER
                                                         UN
                6-0, 212      Born 4/20/83 in Chicago, IL
                Michigan      Carver HS, Chicago, IL
                7th year      Acquired - D4b-06 (109th overall)


A physical and sure-handed receiver, Jason Avant is a reliable • Most underrated aspect THREE-STEP DROP
weapon for the Eagles with most of his work coming inside the un-           of his position: Aware-
friendly confines of the hashmarks. He posted a career-high 52              ness “It’s highly under- Favorite Apps: Scrabble and Scramble
catches in 2011 and, in fact, has increased his reception total in each     rated. A lot of times,          with Friends
of his first six seasons since joining the team as fourth round draft       there’s a clock that goes     Musician: Marvin Winans, Sr.
choice in 2006. Avant was awarded with a five-year contract exten-          off in your head and the Love most about Philadelphia: The grit
                                                                                                            and personality of the city
sion in 2010.                                                               ball has been released
                                                                                                          Favorite TV stations: ESPN, HGTV, TBN
BIRDSEED                                                                    already. It’s timing. It’s
                                                                                                            and CNN
                                                                            just a feeling. It’s a talent
• One of the most humble and determined players in the sport of                                           Website: Yahoo.com
                                                                            that you work on with Book: The Bible
   football, Avant is proud to have devoted his life to Jesus Christ on     your quarterbacks but Quote: 1 Corinthians 10:12 “Therefore
   May 4, 2003 (during his sophomore year at Michigan) at the True          it’s something that you         let him that thinks he stands take
   Worship Church in Detroit. He was inspired that day by Pastor            must have inside you.”          heed lest he fall”
   Lovell Cannon. He credits his late grandmother, Lillie, for trying
                                                                          • Best advice to aspiring Collects: Autgraphed memorabilia of
   to instill those values in                                                                               his favorite teammates and athletes
                                             PIANO MAN                      athletes: “It doesn’t cost
   him at an early age. "Grow-
                                                                            anything      to      listen. Movies: The Passion of the Christ and
   ing up with her amongst all Avant owns and plays an 88-                                                  Braveheart
                                                                            There’s no replacement
   the gangs, violence and key digital piano at his home. "I can
                                                                            for hard work. Don’t de- Talent Most Like to Have: Singing
   shootings at our house, play about 12 gospel songs start to
                                                                            pend on talent alone,
   she constantly prayed for finish. I’m not a pro by any means,
                                                                            depend on hard work to improve your talent. And finally, recognize
   me to live life the right way. just still trying to perfect my skills.
                                                                            that you are beneath God and be humble.”
   It's now in my heart. It's my I just want to worship God in every
   life." He refers to May 4 as way I can. I hear things at church CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
   his Christian birthday         and then I go and try to play them • Including playoffs, Avant has converted 65 of his 74 career 3rd-down
• Has become very involved at home."                                        catches for 1st downs. “It’s called taxing,” said Avant about playing
   in "freelance" social work                                               in the slot. “You go over the middle, you're going to have to pay a
   through his church, and hopes to stay involved after his football        tax. You can do business there, but you're going to get taxed. And
   playing days are over. His main focus is on child and teen devel-        that tax is getting hit. You get used to it."
   opment                                                                                        MENTORS OF THE MENTOR
• Lives by this quote from his college position coach, Erik “Soup”
                                                                             Avant overcame a rough childhood to become a fine football
   Campbell: “Don’t count your catches, count your wins”
                                                                             player and an even better human being, who now finds him-
• Still finds time to work out with his personal trainer, Will Franklin,     self mentoring other young teammates during quiet moments
   a body builder based in Chicago. Franklin, who also trained for-          in the locker room. Three influential people early in his life
   mer Patriots safety and Chicago native Rodney Harrison, uses a            were his trainer, Will Franklin, his wide receivers coach in
   lot of motivational tools to work his athletes like competitive           college, Erik “Soup” Campbell, and former NFL safety and
   workout sessions among his athletes and late night or early               Chicago native Rodney Harrison.
   morning phone calls with a lot of good-natured trash talking. Said
                                                                             Campbell, Iowa’s wide receivers coach: “I consider Jason one of
   Avant, “His intensity is crazy and he has us competing against
                                                                             my sons. He certainly wasn’t born with a silver spoon in his
   each other during each rep of each exercise.”
                                                                             mouth. He’s one of the hardest working receivers I have ever
• Is an avid player of Scrabble, his favorite board game. "It makes          been around. I still use him as an example to my young guys in
   you think and it keeps your mind active. It also helps me commu-          college of how a guy like Jason, who wasn’t the biggest, fastest,
   nicate with all the words I've learned from playing."                     or most talented guy, can work hard to succeed and master his
• Teammate you have had the most respect for: Brian Dawkins. “I              craft.”
   like the way he carried himself in the locker room, what he stood         Harrison, who met him during Avant’s sophomore year of high
   for and how he played. It’s rare to find guys that practice what they     school: “”He’s like a little brother that I never had ... He did it
   preach. And he did it.”                                                   the right way. He didn't complain. He didn't cry to anyone. He's
                                                                            always positive. I saw a young guy who kept fighting, kept push-
                                                                            ing back and thought 'this little cat has got some heart.’ Jason
                                                                            has toughness and pride, but not arrogance, and that's the
                                                                            thing that really attracted me to Jason. He was a very humble
                                                                            kid, very soft-spoken, but very determined not to let anyone
                                                                            push him around."
                                                                            Harrison on Franklin’s influence: “Will did a terrific job of just
                                                                            bringing the inner beast out of Jason. I think he made him re-
                                                                            alize his potential. Jason got bigger, he got stronger, he got
                                                                            faster and he became more confident.”
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        AVANT’S CAREER STATISTICS                                         2012 GAME-BY-GAME                                   CAREER HIGHS
Year Team      GP/GS       No    Yds    Avg     Lg   TD STT      Date         Opp.   W/L   P/S No Yds Avg Lg TD       Rec.     9     (10/9/11 at Buf)
2006 Phil.     8/3          7     68     9.7    18    1   6      Sep 9    at Cle     W     1/0  4 27 6.8 8 0          Yards    156   (11/15/09 at SD)
2007 Phil.     15/5        23    267    11.6    31    2 13       Sep 16       Bal    W     1/0  2 33 16.5 17 0        Long     58    (11/15/09 at SD)
2008 Phil.     15/6        32    377    11.8    31    2   3      Sep 23   at Ari     L     1/1  3 38 12.7 17 0        TDs      1     (last 11/27/11 at NE)
2009 Phil.     16/9        41    587    14.3    58    3   2      Sep 30       NYG    W     1/0  2 30 15.0 23 0
2010 Phil.     16/3        51    573    11.2    34    1   2      Oct 7    at Pit     L     1/0  3 34 11.3 12 0        100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES (4)
2011 Phil.     16/7        52    679    13.1    35    1   1      Oct 14       Det    L     1/0  2 21 10.5 17 0        Yds.    Date       Opp.       Rec.
2012 Phil.     7/2         20    228    11.4    23    0   1      Oct 28       Atl    L     1/1  4 45 11.3 14 0        156     11/15/09   at SD (L)    8
TOTALS         93/35      226   2779    12.3    58   10 28       Nov 5    at NO                                       139     10/9/11    at Buf (L)   9
                                                                 Nov 11       Dal                                     110     11/27/11   vs. NE (L)   8
PLAYOFFS                                                         Nov 18   at Was                                      101     12/15/08   vs Cle (W)   5
2006 Phil.     2/0          0       0    0.0   0       0     2   Nov 26       Car
2008 Phil.     3/2         11     113   10.3 21        0     0   Dec 2    at Dal
2009 Phil.     1/1          2      32   16.0 20        0     0   Dec 9    at TB
2010 Phil.     1/0          7      93   13.3 24t       1     0   Dec 13       Cin
TOTALS         7/3         20     238   11.9 24t       1     2   Dec 23       Was
                                                                 Dec 30   at NYG
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS                                     Totals                    7/2   20 228 11.4 23   0
RUSHING: 1-1 (2007)
FUMBLES/LOST: (4/3) - 2006 (1/1), 2009 (1/0), 2011 (2/2)
TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS: (2) - 2009 (pass from McNabb),
2010 (pass from Vick)


 PERSONAL                                                                    • In 2010, voted by his teammates as the Ed Block
                                                                               Courage Award recipient for the adversity he over-
 • He and his wife, Stacy, have two daughters, Jala and Amaya ...
                                                                               came as a youngster. Avant believes his climb
   Jason likes to use the acronym of Jala: “Jason Avant’s Little
                                                                               from a troubled childhood to established NFL
   Angel”
                                                                               player can positively influence youths who are
 • Is the son of the late Jerry Avant and Claudette Patrick ... also has       going through what he did at their age. "Defi-
   a special aunt, Shirley, who he said, “took me in after my grand-           nitely," he said. "I think that the biggest thing is to let them know
   mother got up there in age. She ended up taking care of both of             they have a way out through Jesus Christ and through hard work
   us.”                                                                        and dedication and through belief. I definitely know that me telling
 • His older brother, Edwon Simmons, was a prolific baseball player,           the story to kids who are coming from a neighborhood like I came
   who was drafted by Baltimore, and was a safety at San Diego                 from, wherever it is, we can all identify with hard times, no mat-
   State. He now is a teacher for after-school programs for young              ter who you are. [I want to let people know] that you can overcome
   men in Chicago and is a football coach at Leo High School                   and I think kids can understand that"
 • Earned All-America honors as a receiver and safety at Carver HS           • Is a high-scoring member of the Eagles offseason basketball
   in Chicago, IL, where he set school records for catches (148),              team
   yards (2,150), TDs (37), and INTs (18). Did not play football until       • Earned a degree in sociology. Twice earned academic All-Big Ten
   his sophomore year and played WR for the first time as a junior             honors and three-time UM Athletic Academic Achievement ac-
 • Also excelled in basketball and helped lead his team to the Elite           colodes
   8 of the Chicago public school playoffs. Was recruited to play bas-       • Full name: Jason Raye Avant
   ketball at UCLA, TCU, and Illinois
 • Avant hosts an annual Christ First Football Camp that alternates
   between his hometown of Chicago and Philadelphia. The camp
   feature lessons in football and Christianity.
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              DEFENSIVE END
                                                        VP
               6-3, 267               Born 5/24/80 in Paw Paw, MI
               Western Michigan       Paw Paw HS, Paw Paw, MI
               9th year               Acquired - FA 2011                                                                 Pro Bowls: 2010, 2011


Now in his second stint in Philadelphia, Jason Babin is a ferocious BIRDSEED
defensive end who has flourished over the last few seasons and
                                                                     • Babin often takes to
                                                                                                      THREE-STEP DROP
emerged as one of the NFL’s top pass rushers. Babin re-signed with
                                                                        Twitter as a way to in- Favorite Movie: Caddy Shack
the Eagles as a free agent prior to the 2011 season and earned his
                                                                        teract with the Eagles TV show: Gold Rush Alaska
second consecutive Pro Bowl selection after registering a career-
                                                                        faithful. In fact, @Ja- Meal: Steak
high 18 sacks. A former first round draft choice (27th overall) of
                                                                        sonBabin93 held a con- Music: All types
Houston in 2004, Babin has spent time with the Texans (2004-06),
                                                                        test each week during Actor who would play him in a movie:
Seahawks (2007-08), Chiefs (2008), Eagles (2009) and Titans (2010).                                    “Sylvester Stallone circa 1991.”
                                                                        the season, finding cre-
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                        MOST SACKS SINCE 2010          ative ways to determine      Hidden talent: “I can hold breath under
                                                                                                       water for obscene amount of time.”
• Since the start of the 2010 season,                                   which fans are deserv-
                                         Player               Sacks                                  First job: Working for dad doing elec-
   Babin ranks third in the NFL with                                    ing of a free pair of tick-
                                         DeMarcus Ware          42.5                                   trical work
   33.0 sacks                                                           ets from the Pro Bowler
                                         Jared Allen            40.0                                 Favorite part about Philly: The fans
• Was one of just three players (De- Jason Babin                        #FindBabinsTickets           Best restaurant in Philly: Del Frisco’s
                                                                33.0
   Marcus Ware, Tamba Hali) with at Tamba Hali                  30.5 • An avid hunter for as Funniest Eagle: Jon Dorenbos
   least 12 sacks in 2010 and 2011                                      long as he can remem-
• Earned Associated Press second-team All-Pro honors in 2011            ber, Jason owns and operates Babin Ranch, a cattle ranch that is
• Garnered Pro Bowl honors following the 2010 and 2011 seasons          situated on 435 heavily wooded acres in Center, Texas.
   after amassing 12.5 and 18.5 sacks, respectively                  • Jason has been training for an opportunity to play in the NFL since
                                                                        his teenage years in Paw Paw, MI, where the police used to get
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                         complaints from people in his neighborhood about someone run-
• Recorded 1.5 sacks of Kevin Kolb at Arz. (9/23), marking his 13th     ning down the street with a stolen tire. However, they soon found
   career multi-sack outing                                             out that it was just Jason doing his nightly run, dragging a truck
• Sacked Brandon Weeden to go along with six hurries and a forced       tire attached to his waist with a logging chain. “I did all that stuff.
   fumble in the season opener at Cle. (9/9)                            Still do.”
                                                                     • Has been very involved in the Paw Paw Rocket Football League
           2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS                                 over the course of his career. PPRF is a non-profit football organ-
Date      Opp W/L P/S      S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR            ization located in Paw Paw, MI, that provides children with the op-
Sep 9 at Cle W 1/1         4   0 4 1.0 6 0 0 0 0 1 0                    portunity to become involved in community football. Despite the
Sep 16    Bal W 1/1        1   0 1 0.0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0                    fact that Jason resides in Texas during the offseason, he and his
Sep 23 at Ari L     1/1    3   2 5 1.5 3 0 0 0 0 0 0                    father continue to help raise money for the organization and are
Sep 30    NYG W 1/1        1   0 1 0.0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0                    still involved in many projects
Oct 7 at Pit L      1/1    3   1 4 0.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 • When Babin was younger, he had aspirations of following in the
Oct 14    Det L     1/1    2   2 4 0.0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0                    footsteps of his uncle and one day becoming a Navy Seal. In fact,
Oct 28    Atl L     1/1    0   0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0                    he had taken many steps to do exactly that, before learning that
Nov 5 at NO                                                             his asthma would prevent him from being able to apply. He says
Nov 11    Dal                                                           he can still hold his breath underwater for roughly two minutes
Nov 18 at Was
Nov 26    Car
Dec 2 at Dal
Dec 9 at TB
                                                                                                    ON THE HUNT
Dec 13    Cin
Dec 23    Was                                                         Much like his defensive line mate Trent Cole, Jason Babin is an avid
Dec 30 at NYG                                                         hunter both off and on the field. The two Pro Bowlers have fero-
Totals              7/7   14   5 19 2.5 24 0 0 0 1 1 0                ciously attacked quarterbacks since Babin’s return to the Eagles,
                                                                      and rank among the league’s top pass-rushers. In fact, Babin en-
                         BABINING                                     joyed one of the finest seasons in franchise and NFL history when
                                                                      it comes to bagging opposing signalcallers, ranking third in team
                           “Forget #Planking... it’s all
                                                                      history with 18.0 sacks in 2011.
                           about #Babining.” That’s the motto of
                           the website originally created by a fan        SINGLE-SEASON SACKS - EAGLES HISTORY
                           and now operated by Babin, where fans                      Player (year)                     Sacks
                           can send in pictures of themselves                         Reggie White (1987)                21.0
                           doing his famous sack pose and have
                                                                                      Clyde Simmons (1992)               19.0
                           them posted on the site www.babin-
                           ing.com. Babin also has a fan site at                      Jason Babin (2011)                 18.0
                           www.babinfanclub.com, where he                             Reggie White (1988)                18.0
                           sells original merchandise and holds                       Reggie White (1986)                18.0
                           various contests for Eagles fans. Log on
                           for more information.
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                       BABIN’S CAREER STATISTICS                                                  CAREER HIGHS
                                TACKLES          INTERCEPTIONS                          Tackles   13    (1/1/06 at SF)
Year Team     GP/GS    Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds                Sacks     3.0   (3x - 12/18/11 vs. NYJ)
2004 Hou.     16/16     76 51 25      4.0 19.0 0    0  0    0 1 0 2 22                  FFs       1     (8x- 9/9/12 at Cle.)
2005 Hou.     12/3      45 29 16      4.0 27.0 0    0  0    0 1 2 0    0                FRs       1     (2x - 12/26/04 at Jax.)
2006 Hou.     15/3      25 19      6  5.0 39.0 0    0  0    0 0 0 0    0
2007 Sea.     2/0        0    0    0  0.0  0.0 0    0  0    0 0 0 0    0                     MULTI-SACK GAMES (13)
2008 Sea.     2/0        1    1    0  0.0  0.0 0    0  0    0 0 0 0    0
     KC       7/4       30 29      1  2.0  6.0 0    0  0    0 0 0 0    0                Sacks     Date       Opponent
     Totals   9/4       31 30      1 2.0   6.0 0    0  0    0 0 0 0    0                3.0       12/18/11   vs. NYJ
2009 Phil.    12/0      20 13      7  2.5 19.0 0    0  0    0 0 0 0    0                3.0       10/2/11    vs. SF
2010 Ten.     16/16     93 56 37 12.5 69.5 0        0  0    0 0 2 0    0                3.0       12/11/11   at Mia.
2011 Phil.    16/16     63 37 26 18.0 107.0 0       0  0    0 0 3 0    0                2.0       12/1/11    at Sea.
2012 Phil.    7/7       19 14      5  2.5 18.0 0    0  0    0 1 1 0    0                2.0       10/30/11   vs. Dal.
TOTALS        104/64   372 249 123 50.5 305.5 0     0  0    0 3 8 2 22                  2.0       9/11/11    at StL
                                                                                        2.0       12/19/10   vs. Hou.
PLAYOFFS                                                                                2.0       10/10/10   at Dal.
2007 Sea.     0/0       0     0    0    0.0     0   0    0    0     0   0   0   0   0   2.0       11/12/06   at Jax.
2009 Phil.    1/0       1     0    1    0.0     0   0    0    0     0   0   0   0   0   2.0       1/1/06     at SF
TOTALS        1/0       1     0    1    0.0     0   0    0    0     0   0   0   0   0   2.0       12/18/05   vs. Arz.
                                                                                        1.5       9/23/12    at Arz.
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS                                                            1.5       9/19/10    vs. Den.
SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: (3) - 2009 (1), 2006 (1) , 2004 (1)
FUMBLES/LOST: (1/1) - 2009 (1/1)

PERSONAL
• Plans to concentrate on real estate development when his playing
  days are over
• Jason and his wife, Sara, have two sons, Maddux Bo and Talan
  Davis
• Was the first player in Western Michigan history to go in the first
  round of the NFL draft
• Was a first-team All-Kalamazoo Valley Association selection as a
  senior at Paw Paw HS. Also was a two-time defensive MVP.
• Missed his senior season with a broken leg
• Also lettered in wrestling and won a state title
• Majored in criminal justice
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              TACKLE
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               6-5, 311           Born 5/03/84 in Summerfield, LA
               Northwestern State Summerfield HS, Summerfield, LA
               5th year           Acquired - FA-Buf-2012


An athletic left tackle, Demetress Bell (formerly spelled Demetrius)    • Favorite thing about Philadel-     THREE-STEP DROP
signed a five-year deal with the Eagles on 4/4/12. Bell started 30        phia: “The great people that I’m
games over three seasons at left tackle for Buffalo, including every      surrounded by every day here,      Nickname: Mechie
game of the 2010 campaign, after being selected in the seventh            whether it’s my teammates,         Greatest love besides football: Fishing
round by the Bills in the 2008 draft. A two-year starter at North-        coaches, staff, or strength          and hunting of all kinds, basketball
western State, Bell was named an AP All-American as well as a first       coaches. Everybody has wel-        Job if not playing football: Something
team All-Southland Conference and first team All-Louisiana per-           comed me into the Eagles fam-        involving the outdoors
former in 2007 his senior season after not playing organized football     ily with open arms.”               Pets: Three pitbulls- Mojo, Boss Lady,
                                                                                                               and Simon
at any level until 2005.                                                PERSONAL                             Favorite meal: Soul food
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                       •   Graduated from Northwestern        TV show: Martin
• Started his first game as an Eagle at left tackle at Ari. (9/23)        State with a kinesology degree     Movie: I Might Need Security (Jamie
                                                                          in 2008                              Foxx stand-up comedy routine)
• Saw his first action as an Eagle after replacing an injured King                                           Athletes growing up: Shaq, Kevin Gar-
  Dunlap at left tackle in the third quarter in a win vs. Bal. (9/16) •   Son of Gloria Bell, Demetress        nett, Chris Webber
                  HUMBLE BEGINNINGS                                       has an older brother, Chauncey,    Athletes to watch now: Blake Griffin,
                                                                          and two younger sisters,             Kevin Durant, Jason Peters, Michael
Demetress reached the NFL from a very unlikely set of                     Chastity and Monisha                 Vick
circumstances. He was raised along with three other children by                                              Car in his collection: 1969 Kelly Green
                                                                        • Enjoys interacting with friends
a single mother, Gloria, in Summerfield, a small town in rural                                                 CTN Chevy Truck
                                                                          and fans on his Twitter,
northern Louisiana. The five of them shared a two bedroom                                                    Musicians: Young Jeezy, Lil Wayne,
                                                                          @DBell77. His favorite person to
trailer, and Gloria would work the overnight shift while also get-                                             Future, Rick Ross
                                                                          follow is his sister, Monisha
ting the kids ready for school in the morning and making the                                                 Website: Amazon.com
family dinner at night before work. When he turned 16 years old,        • Favorite personal moment in        Place to visit: Alaska
Demetress began working on a shrimp boat in order to help                 sports: “When I received my        Cell phone app: Twitter and weather
make ends meet. He often went out on the Gulf of Mexico for days          basketball scholarship from        Philly restaurant: Del Frisco’s
at a time until the boat was full. “It was a tough experience, but        Northwestern State.”
I’m glad I came up the way I did,” Demetress said. “It made me
the way I am today - it kept me humble and down to earth.”                              FROM LOW POST TO LEFT TACKLE
                                                                                    Demetress shined as a member of the Summerfield
BIRDSEED                                                                             High School basketball team, where he was recog-
• Credits his grandmother as the biggest influence on his life and                   nized with all-state honors and All-America honor-
  career. “She was always working hard to help my mother provide                     able mention accolades his senior year. As a result,
  for me, and she helped keep me out of trouble while growing up.                    he received a scholarship offer to play on the hard-
  She’s also the one who encouraged me to become a hunter and                         wood at Northwestern State. Although Bell had
  fisherman.”                                                                         never played football and his high school did not
• Heavily involved in the community, Bell enjoys helping underpriv-                   even field a team, the football coaches began to in-
  iledged children and single mothers. He holds an annual football      sist he try out once he arrived on campus. As soon as he red-
  camp every year and invites kids from all different types of back-    shirted, the football coach came back again and asked him just
  grounds. Last year during the holidays, he assisted needy families    to come out and watch practice to see if Bell thought he could
  by purchasing 30 playstations for presents. Bell participated in      play. “That’s what I did for my first year, to just come
  several community events while with Buffalo, including Big Broth-     out to sidelines and look. I was always around working
  ers/Big Sisters of Erie County holiday shopping events and the        out and getting bigger.”
  “Kids In The Kitchen” events which he spoke about the impor-          After he joined the team in 2006, he got his first op-
  tance of being healthy and exercising As a long term goal, he         portunity soon after. “The last game of the season, I
  would like to start a foundation that helps those in need on a reg-   was learning defensive end, and someone got hurt and
  ular basis                                                            I was the next guy up. I played and that was my first
• Favorite aspect of the game: “It’s the ultimate man’s game. You’re    game ever, I had 11 tackles and a sack that first game.
  able to go mano y mano against both one competitor and an en-         The next year, the left tackle got hurt and everyone voted for me,
  tire team to see who can survive the longest without surrender-       and that’s how I became a left tackle.”
  ing in one of brightest spotlights in the sports world.”

                                                         CAREER SERVICE
                                   YEAR       TEAM         GP/GS        First NFL game: 9/14/09 at NE
                                   2008       Buffalo         0/0       First NFL start: 9/14/09 at NE
                                   2009       Buffalo         8/8
                                   2010       Buffalo       16/16
                                   2011       Buffalo         7/6
                                   2012       Phil.           6/4
                                   Totals                   37/34
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                   CORNERBACK
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                     5-9, 182        Born 7/13/90 in Fayetteville, GA
                     Georgia         Fayetteville County HS, Fayetteville, GA
                     Rookie          Acquired - D4-2012 (123rd overall)


     A fourth round draft choice of the Eagles in 2012, Brandon Boykin • A journalism major in col-                  THREE-STEP DROP
     earned two key roles in his rookie campaign as the team’s primary     lege, Brandon hopes to
     kick returner and nickel corner. A unique multi-dimensional threat    be a sports broadcaster                   Favorite athlete growing up: Barry
     at Georgia, Boykin saw time at cornerback, kickoff returner, punt     after his football playing                  Sanders
                                                                                                                     Video game: NBA 2K
     returner, running back, “Wildcat” quarterback, a coverage man on      days are over
                                                                                                                     Talent he’d most like to have: “I have an
     both kickoff and punt teams, and at holder. He was the recipient of • Follow Brandon on Twit-
                                                                                                                       acoustic guitar, but I don’t know how
     the 2011 Paul Hornung Award as a senior, which is given out annu-     ter: @BrandonBoykin2                        to play it yet.”
     ally to the most versatile player in college football.                                                          Person he’d like to trade places with for
     BIRDSEED                                                                        PERSONAL                          a day: LeBron James
                                                                                     • Earned all-state and all-     Personal moment in sports growing up:
     • Has a prayer book that he reads from before every game. Said
                                                                                       region honors as a sen-         Winning the Super Bowl in pee wee
       Boykin: “My mom bought it for me when I was in 8th grade. A lot                                                 football as a member of the Faye
                                                                                       ior at Fayetteville County
       of the pages are torn, but it’s still holding up. There’s a prayer                                              County Sentinels. Scored 4 TDs in the
                                                                                       High School
       that’s applicable to pretty much any situation. I usually think about                                           game
       everything that went on that particular week to pick out the right            • Son of Alfred and Lisa.
                                                                                                                     On his bucket list: Flying a plane
       prayer and go from there.”                                                      Alfred owns a small
                                                                                                                     Collects: Shoes - over 100 pairs
                                                                                       trucking company and          Meal: Grilled tilapia with rice
     • Also a star basketball player in high school, Boykin was recruited
                                                                                       Lisa is a registered          Car: BMW M6
       and got offers to play at South Florida, Louisville and Georgia Tech
                                                                                       nurse. Has one brother,       Movie: Next Friday
     • Claims the biggest influence on his life and career are his parents,            Alfred Jr, who played         Quote: “Failing to prepare is preparing
       who have both attended every single one of Brandon’s games                      basketball at Enderson          to fail.”
       since he was a child                                                            College                       App: Voxer
                          “BAM” BOYKIN                                               • Majored in journalism
                 Brandon’s nickname “Bam”
                 has stuck with him ever since high                                                          CAREER HIGHS
                 school when Cindy Morely, a local                                              Tackles       5           (10/7/12 at Pit.)
                 sportswriter for the Fayette Daily                                             KO ret.       5           (10/14/12 vs. Det.)
                 News, wrote an article about one of                                            Yards         122         (10/14/12 vs. Det.)
                 Brandon’s great games and used                                                 Average*      24.4        (10/14/12 vs. Det.)
                 the word “Bam!” repeatedly when                                                Long          31          (10/14/12 vs. Det.)
                 describing his explosive plays.                                                *min. 3 returns

                                                          2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
                                                                      DEFENSE                KICKOFF RETURNS               PUNT RETURNS
                 Date          Opp   W/L   P/S   S    A   T    Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR No Yds Avg Lg             TD No FC Yds Avg Lg TD
                 Sep 9    at   Cle   W     1/1   1    0   1    0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 46 23.0 29                         0  0 0 0 0.0 0 0
                 Sep 16        Bal   W     1/1   1    0   1    0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 48 24.0 27                         0  0 0 0 0.0 0 0
                 Sep 23   at   Ari   L     1/0   3    0   3    0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 66 22.0 24                         0  0 0 0 0.0 0 0
                 Sep 30        NYG   W     1/0   4    0   4    0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 50 16.7 21                         0  0 0 0 0.0 0 0
                 Oct 7    at   Pit   L     1/0   5    0   5    0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 65 21.7 25                         0  0 0 0 0.0 0 0
                 Oct 14        Det   L     1/1   4    0   4    0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 122 24.4 31                        0  0 0 0 0.0 0 0
                 Oct 28        Atl   L     1/0   1    0   1    0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 89 22.3 28                         0  1 0 7 7.0 7 0
                 Nov 5    at   NO
                 Nov 11        Dal
                 Nov 18   at   Was
                 Nov 26        Car
                 Dec 2    at   Dal
                 Dec 9    at   TB
                 Dec 13        Cin
                 Dec 23        Was
                 Dec 30   at   NYG
                 Totals                    7/3   19   0   19   0.0   0   0   0   0    3   0   0 22   486 22.1   31    0      1   0   0   7.0    7   0

                                                           BOYKIN’S CAREER STATISTICS
                        TACKLES            INTERCEPTIONS                                                  KICKOFF RETURNS                  PUNT RETURNS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR                                 Yds    No      Yds Avg Lg TD               No FC Yds Avg Lg TD STT
2012 Phil. 7/3   19 19     0   0.0 0.0   0    0  0    0 3 0 0                                   0    22      486 22.1 31  0               1 0 7 7.0 7 0 3
TOTALS     7/3   19 19     0   0.0 0.0   0    0  0    0 3 0 0                                   0    22      486 22.1 31  0               1 0 7 7.0 7 0 0
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              RUNNING BACK
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               6-0, 220         Born 5/14/91 in Wichita, KS
               Kansas State     Wichita East HS, Wichita, KS
               Rookie           Acquired - D7-2012 (229th overall)


Regarded as the number one recruit in the country in 2008, this for- • Reeled off 104 yards on THREE-STEP DROP
mer high school All-America selection took an unconventional route       11 carries in his first
                                                                                                      Favorite Movie: Wizard of Oz, I’ve seen
to the NFL. Brown played only 13 games on the collegiate level with      college game in the 2009
                                                                                                        it over 1,000 times, and Matilda
Tennessee and Kansas State, rushing 104 times for 476 yards and 3        opener against Western
                                                                                                      TV show: Anything on NatGeo
TDs. He left Tennessee following his freshman year in 2009 when          Kentucky                     Talent Most Like to Have: To play the
head coach Lane Kiffin took a job at USC. He transferred to Kansas PERSONAL                             saxophone
State and sat out the 2010 season, but suffered an ankle injury early                                 Favorite Hobby: Fishing
in 2011 and played in just one game before leaving the program. • Single and resides in Wi- Bucket List: Travel overseas to see pit-
After participating in the Wildcats Pro Day in 2012, he ended up         chita, KS                      bull dog shows
being drafted by the Eagles in the 7th round and is poised to put his • Is the son of Arthur and Favorite Athlete Growing Up: Reggie
college career behind him.                                               Lelonnie Brown. His            Bush because he was so versatile
                                    THE BUTLER DID IT
                                                                         brother, Arthur, is a Team Growing Up: Los Angeles Lakers
BIRDSEED                                                                 senior linebacker at Favorite App: DocuSign
                              Brown quickly points to his
• A self-proclaimed ani- trainer and life coach, Brian Butler,           Kansas State, and his Music: R&B and country
  mal lover, Brown owns a for the reason he became so suc-               uncle, Lawrence Pete, Favorite play: Lion King
  pitbull terrier that was cessful in high school football. “I           played five seasons as a
  shipped from Canada. started training Bryce in the 8th                 nose tackle for Detroit from 1989-93
  “It’s difficult to find a grade and his goal was to become           • Garnered All-America honors from USA Today and Parade Mag-
  pure, pure breed here, the number one player in the nation             azine as a senior at Wichita East HS in 2008. Also earned all-state
  so I did research for in football,” recalled Butler. “Under-           accolades that year. Also earned all-state and all-city honors as
  about eight months be- stand, he could have been the best              a junior in 2007
  fore getting Eilis. I have player in football, track, basketball
  a passion for all ani- or baseball. He was that talented.            • As a high school student, would often serve as a tutor to 2nd grade
  mals, especially dogs. He sacrificed a lot of accolades in             students in his school district
  I’m a hands-on trainer. those other sports. Believe it or not,       • Trained in boxing and tae kwon do as a youngster
  She climbs trees and is he wasn’t even a starter on his 8th          • Attended football camps headed by Hall of Fame RB Barry
  very athletic.”             grade football team.”                      Sanders, a fellow Wichita native
• His brother, Arthur, is a
  star linebacker at Kansas State and the Browns were the first                   2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
  brothers to be each ranked as five-star recruits in high school,                                   RUSHING                 RECEIVING
  according to Rivals.com                                              Date      Opp. W/L P/S     Att Yd Avg Lg TD No Yd Avg Lg TD TYS
• Although he left the Kansas St. program during the 2011 season, Sep 9 at Cle W 1/0               2     3 1.5 4 0 0        0 0.0 0 0        3
  he still participated in their Pro Day in 2012 after being granted Sep 16      Bal W 1/0         3     7 2.3 3 0 0        0 0.0 0 0        7
  permission by head coach Bill Snyder. Said Brown, “Coach Snyder Sep 23 at Ari L          1/0     4 28 7.0 17 0 1          8 8.0 8 0 36
  cares about all of us as people first. He wants to help every one of Sep 30    NYG W 1/0         4     5 1.3 4 0 0        0 0.0 0 0        5
  us, everyone that is part of his program. I’ve learned a lot from Oct 7 at Pit L         1/0     1     4 4.0 4 0 0        0 0.0 0 0        4
  him and I’m grateful for what he has done for me.”                   Oct 14    Det L     1/0     5     4 0.8 5 0 0        0 0.0 0 0        4
• Remains dedicated to giving back to the youth in his community. Oct 28         Atl L     1/0     1     5 5.0 5 0 0        0 0.0 0 0        5
  In fact, his trainer and mentor, Brian Butler, recounted Brown’s Nov 5 at NO
  draft day weekend. “I sponsor a 5th and 6th grade girls basketball Nov 11      Dal
  team and Bryce was at every practice and game during their sea- Nov 18 at Was
  son. And even though he was drafted, he was still there for our Nov 26         Car
  practice like clockwork on Sunday at 4:30 pm. He even went to Dec 2 at Dal
  the car wash supporting the team the day before. He’s serious Dec 9 at TB
  and he’s very loyal to our organization.”                            Dec 13    Cin
                                                                       Dec 23    Was
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS                                                     Dec 30 at NYG
• In his only game action for Kansas State, rushed for 16 yards in Totals                  7/0    20 56 2.8 17 0 1          8 8.0 8 0 64
  the 2011 opener vs. Eastern Kentucky
• Sat out the 2010 campaign after transferring from Tennessee          • Trains in Wichita, KS, with Brian Butler, who has Bryce and all of
                                                                         his athletes run hills, among many other routines, in Harrison
• Rushed for 460 yards on 101 carries as a freshman at Tennessee
                                                                         Park. “We sprint 20 yards up, forwards, backward, sideways, with
  in 2009. Also hauled in 10 passes for 137 yards and one score
                                                                               our hands behind our back,” said Brown. “But Brian is more
                  BROWN’S CAREER STATISTICS                                    than a physical trainer, he’s a life trainer who helps with
                                                                               spiritual advice and guidance with everything in life.”
                                    RUSHING               RECEIVING
                                                                               • Majored in communications
Year Team GP/GS Att              Yds Avg Lg TD No Yds Avg Lg TD
2012 Phil. 7/0            20      56 2.8 17 0           1    8 8.0 8 0 • Full name: Bryce Lee Brown
SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 2012 (2)
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                 TIGHT END
                                                            UT
                   6-4, 255      Born 1/25/85 in Cincinnati, OH
                   Cincinnati    LaSalle HS, Cincinnati, OH
                   6th year      Acquired - D5b-07 (162nd overall)


   A big, reliable target over the middle and one of the leaders on the       banging on the TV and       THREE-STEP DROP
   Eagles offense, Brent Celek is armed with a unique toughness and           making noise. My wife
   relentless work ethic. Originally a fifth round draft choice of the club   asked him what he was       Person he’d like to trade places with for
   in 2007, Celek has since molded himself into one of the best all-          doing and he said,            a day: Richard Branson
   around tight ends in the NFL and earned a six-year contract exten-         'Football.'                 Guilty pleasure: Chocolate chip ice
                                                                                                            cream
   sion in 2009 that will keep him in Philadelphia through 2016.              "She said, 'You want to     Favorite app: Spotify
   CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                          play football?' He said,    Person to follow on twitter: Evan
                                                                              'No, I want to play foot-     Mathis ... @EvanMathis69
   • Produced one of the most prolific seasons by an Eagles tight end
                                                                              ball on TV.' He never       Philly restaurant: Tequilas
      in 2009, setting career highs in
                                                 YAC’N IT UP                  deviated from that."        Funniest Eagle: Todd Herremans
      receptions (76), yards (971) and
                                                                          BIRDSEED                        Talent he’d most like to have: The abil-
      TDs (8). These numbers were
                                                                                                            ity to play the piano
      the second-highest, single-sea- YAC AMONG TEs SINCE 2009 • Celek, who was not in-
                                                                                                          On his bucket list: Driving in a NASCAR
      son totals in team history in all Brent Celek, PHI          1365
                                                                            vited to the NFL scout-         race
      three categories among tight       Jason Witten, DAL        1294
                                                                            ing combine as a senior       Most played artists on his iPod: Phoenix
      ends. In addition, his yards and Vernon Davis, SF           1271
                                                                            in 2007 and was then            and Passion Pit
      touchdown totals ranked fourth Note: This is updated every            drafted in the fifth          First job: A janitor in his uncle’s motor-
      among all NFL tight ends.          Wednesday by Stats Inc.
                                                                            round, admits that              cycle shop
   • Celek (24 years old), Jeremy                                           those snubs have been         Meal: Spaghetti and meatballs
      Maclin (21) and DeSean Jackson (23) became the first trio of          a huge motivating force       Car: Lexus
      teammates age 24-years-old-or-younger in NFL history to each          for him. Said Celek: “It      Movie: Shawshank Redemption
      post 50+ catches, 750+ yards and 4+ touchdowns in a season in         ticked me off, to be          TV Show: Lost
      2009. Additionally, he and Jackson became the first duo in team       honest. I thought I           Quote: “Setback is a setup for a come-
      history to compile 900+ receiving yards in the same season            would      be     drafted       back.”
                                                                                                          Place to visit: Torch Lake, MI
              EAGLES CAREER RECORDS • TIGHT ENDS                            higher, but it just lit a
                                                                            fire under me that I will
Player            Yards Player              TDs Player             Rec.     always carry.
Pete Retzlaff     7,412 Pete Retzlaff        47 Pete Retzlaff       452   • Had dinner with Jim Cramer, host of “Mad Money” on CNBC and
Brent Celek       3,178 Chad Lewis           23 John Spagnola       256     long-time Eagles fan, during the 2009 offseason. The two met to
John Spagnola 2,833 Brent Celek              20 Brent Celek         251     discuss finance and football. “We went to a barbeque place in New
Keith Jackson     2,756 Keith Jackson        20 Keith Jackson       242     York called Blue Smoke. We talked about finance and the market,
                                                                            then we talked about football. It was fun, he invited me back up
   • Set a franchise playoff record with 10 catches, (83 yards and two      there to sit in and watch the show.”
      TDs) in the NFC Championship game on 1/18/09 at Arz. His two 2012 HIGHLIGHTS
                                                                                                                 2012 NFL TIGHT ENDS
      TD receptions tied a team postseason record (Chad Lewis, Fred
      Barnett, Harold Carmichael)                                         • Capped off a 17-play, Player                      Receiving Yards
                                                                            79-yard drive in the 4th 1. Rob Gronkowski, NE                580
   QUOTES                                                                   quarter at Pit. (10/7) 2. Jason Witten, Dal                   487
   • NFL Analyst Brian Baldinger on Celek: “I think he’s the best all-      with a then-go-ahead 3. Tony Gonzalez, Atl                    459
      around tight end in the                                               touchdown on a 2-yard 4. Owen Daniels, Hou                    416
      NFL right now. When          BRENT AND “THE BUS”                      pass from Vick. With 3 5. Brent Celek, PHI                    389
      you combine his                                                       catches on the day,
      blocking, pass protec- Known for routinely taking on                  moved past Keith Jackson (244) and into third place all-time
      tion and pass-catch- multiple defenders to gain an extra              among Eagles TEs. Also tied Jackson for 4th place all-time in
      ing ability, he’s the yard, Celek says he tries to model that         touchdowns among TEs
      whole package. He particular part of his game after one of
      gets tons of yards the all-time great running backs. “I                                   With 157 receiving yards vs. Bal.
      after the catch, he’s grew up watching Jerome Bettis and                                  on 9/16/12, Celek recorded the
      tough and he does it loved the way he played. He was a                                    second-highest yardage output by
      all. Rob Gronkowski beast, the first guy never took him                                   a tight end in franchise history be-
      and Jimmy Graham down. When I have the ball in my hands,                                  hind Pete Retzlaff’s 204 yards
      may have the num- I try to be like him. That’s my mindset.”                               vs. Was. on 11/14/65
      bers, but they can’t
      block like Celek. I challenge you to try and name a tight end that • With 65 yards at Cle. (9/9), moved past John Spagnola and into
      blocks better than him. There isn’t one.”                             second on the Eagles all-time list among tight ends in receiving
   • Celek’s father, Steve, on seeing Brent’s drive and love for football   yards
      early in life: "He was probably around 2 years old and he was
      standing in front of the TV while my wife was doing dishes. He was
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              SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP                                       • Has two younger brothers, Garrett, who is a rookie tight end on
                                                                           the San Francisco 49ers, and Tyler. Also has two younger sisters,
Brent’s #1 fan is his grandfather, Ed, and vice versa.                     Stephanie and Mackenzie
"We've been very close from when he was little on up," Ed said.
                                                                         • Grew up a fan of the Cincinnati Bengals as his family owned 10
"Of all my 15 grandchildren, I don't know why we're the closest."
                                                                           season tickets. His favorite Bengal of all time is Boomer Esiason.
Brent gave his grandfather the ball from his first touchdown
                                                                           Also enjoyed watching Notre Dame football
catch in 2007 as well as many of his other awards and trophies.
In fact, Celek’s new business venture, a gourmet hot dog and             • Hobbies include reading murder mysteries and books regarding
sausage stand called Prime Stache, contains a photo of Ed with             the stock market, as well as playing tennis, golf and basketball
a mustache on the menu.                                                  • Favorite moment in sports: “The day I got drafted. I was at my par-
Said Celek of Ed: “Every single day, the fact he's 88 and the way          ents’ house and I got the call from Coach Reid. I just remember
he's living is amazing. No matter what happens in his life he has          jumping up and down and being so pumped up. It was a great feel-
a positive outlook. He's always been that way. Whenever I didn't           ing.”
want to go further he made me go further. I have a great family          • Follow Brent on Twitter: @BrentCelek
and it starts with Grandpa. He’s the chief.”                             • A two-time all-district and all-league selection at LaSalle HS.
                                                                           Also lettered in track (shotput and discus)

PERSONAL                                                                           FOR CELEK, THE ONLY WORK IS HARD WORK
• Acquired his desire to invest and research business ventures dur-      Known for his relentless work ethic, Brent Celek has the distinct
  ing his college classes at Cincinnati. “I would often get bored in     reputation of being the first one in to the NovaCare Complex
  class and sometimes just log onto the internet during class to re-     every day, and the last one to leave.
  search companies and learn as much as I could.”
                                                                         Mark Staten, who was Celek’s tight ends coach at Cincinnati and
• Works with his cousin, Josh Randell, to broker deals between           is currently coaching at Michigan State, claims that his former
  companies importing and exporting a variety of products from           player has always been that way. Said Staten: “He is one of the
  China, including bamboo flooring, plastics, molds, and chemicals.      hardest working, if not the hardest working player that I have en-
  “Every time we get a big deal done, it’s a big rush. Not as big as a   joyed coaching. From the time I met him as a freshman when he
  football game, but it’s up there. It’s a very competitive venture.”    got to Cincinnati, he wanted to be the best tight end. He wanted to
• His parents, Steve and Debbie, own three hair salon and spas in        play in the NFL and he wanted to be the best tight end in the NFL.
  Cincinnati named Paragon Salon                                         As a young 19-year-old, that was his goal.”
• Researches companies as a hobby in hopes of one day investing          When asked if there was a specific moment when he knew Celek
  in them. Reads the Wall Street Journal every day with an online        would turn into something special, Staten recalls a funny story.
  subscription, as well as many other websites. “I try to focus on       “When he took all my NFL tight end tape and I couldn’t find it any
  companies I know and use in everyday life.”                            more. I let him borrow it, he studied it on his own and I never got it
• Brent teamed up with the Miracle League of Northampton, a              back. We had some film with Shannon Sharpe doing some things.
  baseball/softball league for special needs children, in an effort to   I remember he really dove into that. That’s the thing about Brent -
  build Miracle Field, a safe, smooth baseball surface for kids in       he’s just a guy that wants to be the best. His work ethic, his intel-
  wheelchairs. For more information about Miracle Field, visit           ligence, the way he goes about the game of football. He wants the
  www.miracleleaguenhpa.org.                                             information.”
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         2012 GAME-BY-GAME                                  CELEK’S CAREER STATISTICS
Date        Opp.   W/L   P/S No Yds Avg Lg TD       Year Team      GP/GS       No    Yds    Avg Lg     TD
Sep 9    at Cle    W     1/1  4 65 16.3 28 0        2007 Phil.     16/4        16    178    11.1 29     1
Sep 16      Bal    W     1/1  8 157 19.6 28 0       2008 Phil.     16/7        27    318    11.8 44     1
Sep 23   at Ari    L     1/1  2 36 18.0 34 0        2009 Phil      16/15       76    971    12.8 47T    8
Sep 30      NYG    W     1/1  4 57 14.3 27 0        2010 Phil.     16/15       42    511    12.2 65T    4
Oct 7    at Pit    L     1/1  3 9 3.0 5 1           2011 Phil.     16/16       62    811    13.1 73     5
Oct 14      Det    L     1/1  4 33 8.3 11 0         2012 Phil.     7/7         28    389    13.9 34     1
Oct 28      Atl    L     1/1  3 32 10.7 16 0        TOTALS         87/64      251   3178    12.7 73    20
Nov 5    at NO
Nov 11      Dal                                     PLAYOFFS
Nov 18   at Was                                     2008 Phil.     3/3         19    151     7.9 31T     3
Nov 26      Car                                     2009 Phil.     1/1          3     59    19.7 26      0
Dec 2    at Dal                                     2010 Phil.     1/1          2     25    12.5 16      0
Dec 9    at TB                                      TOTALS         5/5         24    235     9.8 31T     3
Dec 13      Cin
Dec 23      Was                                                                                          100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES (6)
Dec 30   at NYG
                                                                 CAREER HIGHS
Totals                   7/7   28 389 13.9 34   1   Receptions    10     (12/28/10 vs. Min.)         Yards   Date       Opponent Rec. TDs
                                                                  10     (1/18/09 at Arz., NFC-C)    157     9/16/12    vs. Bal (W) 8   0
                                                    Yards         157    (9/16/12 vs. Bal.)          156     12/18/11   vs. NYJ (W) 5   1
                                                    Long          73     (12/18/11 vs. NYJ)          131     11/2/08    at Sea (W)  6   0
                                                    TDs           2      (1/18/09 at Arz., NFC-C)    121     12/27/09   vs. Den (W) 4   1
                                                                  1      (20x - 10/7/12 at Pit.)     104     9/27/09    vs. KC (W)  8   1
                                                                                                     104     9/20/09    vs. NO (L)  8   0


                         THAT’S TIGHT                         TAKE FLIGHT FOUNDATION
Brent and his younger brother, Garrett, now a                Celek founded his Take Flight
rookie tight end on the San Francisco 49ers, are             Foundation in the 2010 offseason.
the only active brothers to both play tight end in           The organization’s mission is to pro-
the NFL. In fact, Brent and Garrett form the sev-            vide opportunities, support and re-
enth brother/tight end duo in NFL history.                   sources to children and families in
Here are the others:                                         need throughout Greater Philadel-
Cash              Keith (1991-96)                            phia. For more information on Celek’s
                                                             Take Flight Foundation, please log on
                  Kerry (1991-96)
                                                             to www.brentcelek.org
Griggs            Billy (1985-89)
                  David (1989-93)
Gronkowski        Dan (2009-11)
                  Rob (2010-pres.)
Lewis             Darryl (1984)
                  Gary (1981-84)
Smith             Irv (1993-99)
                  Ed (1997-99)
Tice              John (1983-92)
                  Mike (1981-95)
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              LINEBACKER
                                                         RN
               6-0, 242             Born 10/11/86 in Fort Pierce, FL
               Mississippi St.      St. Lucie West Centennial HS, St. Lucie West, FL
               3rd year             Acquired - D7a-10 (220th overall)


The versatile and speedy Jamar Chaney has seen action at all three PERSONAL                           THREE-STEP DROP
linebacker positions during his career, while also being a key mem-
                                                                       • He and his fiancee, Favorite App: Temple Run
ber on the Eagles special teams units. Chaney was a full-time
                                                                         Shamira Thompson, re- Philadelphia restaurant: Del Frisco’s
starter a year ago, working mostly as a middle linebacker after he
                                                                         side in Philadelphia. First job: Burger King for $5.75/hour
earned significant playing time as a rookie in 2010, replacing injured
                                                                         They have blue pitbull Funniest Eagle: LeSean McCoy
starter Stewart Bradley. A 7th round draft choice of the Eagles in
                                                                         named Duke                  Favorite athlete to watch now: LeBron
2010 out of Mississippi State, Chaney was a two-time, second-team
                                                                       • Is the son of Gary and         James
All-SEC recipient.
                                                                         Alice Chaney. Has two Meal: Ox tails
BIRDSEED                                                                 brothers, Gary and Dary, Guilty Pleasure: Fried food
• Says the biggest influence on his life growing up was his mother,      and four sisters, Ten- Movies: Uncommon and Quiet Strength
                                                                                                        by Tony Dungy
   Alice. “She worked two to three jobs at a time while taking care of   nille, Jalisa, Breanna
                                                                                                     Motivational Quote: “You’re either get-
   her kids. I know things were tough on her, but just seeing her not    and Shaquita
                                                                                                        ting better or worse every day, so
   give up made me go after my dreams.”                                • Finished his high school       make sure you are getting better.”
• Considers former Eagles Pro Bowl linebacker Jeremiah Trotter a         career as the all-time Favorite Musicians: Rick Ross, Meek
   mentor. “We talk a lot. He’ll watch our games and point out some      leader in sacks in with        Mill, and William McDowell
   plays to me to watch again on tape. He was such a great line-         31 at West Centennial
   backer here and I’m happy to call him a mentor.”                      High School in St. Lucie West, FL
                                                                       • Had his senior season abbreviated by two destructive hurricanes
            2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS                                 that left his school and many homes without power for nearly a
Date       Opp W/L P/S     S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR             month
Sep 9 at Cle W 1/0         0    0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 • Earned Class AAAA 3rd-team, all-state honors as a senior. Also
Sep 16     Bal W 1/0       0    0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                    excelled as a tight end, with three career touchdown receptions
Sep 23 at Ari L     1/0    0    0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 • Credits his high school defensive coordinator, Ron Parker, now
Sep 30     NYG W 1/1       2    2 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                    the head coach at West Centennial. as a major influence. “He used
Oct 7 at Pit L      1/1    0    0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                    to say, ‘Don’t believe the hype and hard work pays off.’”
Oct 14     Det L    0/0                    INACTIVE
Oct 28     Atl L    0/0                    INACTIVE                    • Also lettered in basketball
Nov 5 at NO                                                            • Earned a degree in fitness management
Nov 11     Dal                                                         • Would be coaching high school football if he was not playing pro-
Nov 18 at Was                                                            fessionally. “I would just like to get the kids while they’re young
Nov 26     Car                                                           and help those who grow up in single-parent homes.”
Dec 2 at Dal                                                           • Started playing football at the age of 10 as a wide receiver and de-
Dec 9 at TB                                                              fensive back for the Fort Pierce Little Dolphins
Dec 13     Cin                                                         • Best character trait: “My leadership. I don’t want to follow behind
Dec 23     Was                                                           anyone. I want to do something because I want to do it. I would
Dec 30 at NYG                                                            like to be known as a leader on and off the field.”
Totals              5/2    2    2 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                                                       • Grew up a fan of the Miami Hurricanes, Ray Lewis and Warren
                                                                         Sapp. Used to attend Hurricanes games at the Orange Bowl
                         CAREER HIGHS                                  • Favorite moment in sports: “Breaking up a 3rd down pass in a
                                                                         comeback win vs. our rivals, Ole Miss, in 2007. After that play, we
                Tackles 16 (12/19/10 at NYG)                             returned a punt 75 yards for a touchdown.”
                INTs      1      (3x - 12/18/11 vs. NYJ)               • On his bucket list: “Get married, have a Godly family and raise my
                Sacks     1.0 (11/13/11 vs. Ari.)                        children the way they’re supposed to be raised.”


                                                CHANEY’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                      TACKLES           INTERCEPTIONS
                       Year Team     GP/GS   Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds                    STT
                       2010 Phil.    14/2     36 26 10       0.0 0.0  0    0  0    0 1 1 0   0                     11
                       2011 Phil.    16/16   104 84 20       1.0   9  3 25 14      0 10 0 0  0                      3
                       2012 Phil.    5/2       4    2    2   0.0 0.0  0    0  0    0 0 0 0   0                      5
                       TOTALS        35/20   144 112 32      1.0   9  3 25 14      0 11 1 0  0                     19

                       PLAYOFFS
                       2010 Phil.    1/1      11     9     2    0.0 0.0     0    0    0    0    0   1   0     0     0
                       TOTALS        1/1      11     9     2    0.0 0.0     0    0    0    0    0   1   0     0     0
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              DEFENSIVE END
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                6-3, 270      Born 10/5/82 in Xenia, OH
                Cincinnati    Xenia HS, Xenia, OH
                8th year      Acquired - D5a-05 (146th overall)                                                               Pro Bowls: 2007, 2009


An avid hunter off the field, Trent Cole tracks down QBs with as QUOTES                                   THREE-STEP DROP
much skill and determination as he takes to the woods. A two-time
                                                                          • Head coach Andy Reid: Nickname: T-Love
Pro Bowler, Cole ranks third in team history with 69.5 career sacks
                                                                            “Trent plays the game Actor that would play him in a movie:
and while he receives a great deal of attention from opposing of-
                                                                            with a level of tenacity       Denzel Washington
fenses for his pass-rushing skills, he is just as effective in stuffing
                                                                            that’s hard to replicate. Funniest Eagle: LeSean McCoy
the run. He was rewarded with a four-year contract extension on
                                                                            He’s one of the premier Favorite Philly restaurant: Del Frisco’s
3/14/12 that will keep him in Philadelphia through 2017.
                                                                            defensive ends in the App: Cleartune
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                      EAGLES ALL-TIME SACK LIST league. We have always Favorite thing about playing football:
• Earned Pro Bowl honors follow- Player                                     said that when you             Dancing after a sack
                                                        Seasons Sacks
  ing the 2007 and 2009 seasons. 1. Reggie White                8 124.0     watch the tape of him, Unique pregame ritual: “I have to shave
                                                                            it’s hard to tell the dif-     all the hair off my head the night be-
  Also garnered Associated Press 2. Clyde Simmons 8 76.5
                                                                            ference between his            fore a game.”
  second-team All Pro honors in 3. Trent Cole                   8 69.5
                                                                            first play and his last     Meal: Anything from Subbies, a sand-
  2009                                 4. Hugh Douglas          6 54.5                                     wich shop in Ohio
• Has posted double-digits in 5. Greg Brown                     5 50.5      play. He has an unbe-
                                                                                                        Car: Chevy 3500 truck
  sacks in all 3 seasons from 2009-                                         lievable motor that
                                                                                                        Movie: Sniper
  11 and four over his career. The only player with more double-digit       does not stop. And as Favorite team growing up: Cincinnati
  sack seasons in Eagles history is Reggie White (8)                        good as he is rushing          Bengals
                                                                            the passer, he is Most played artists on his iPod: Two
• His 16 career                                                             equally as good against
  multi-sack                            SACK LEADERS SINCE 2006                                            Chains and Justin Moore
                                                                            the run. His energy is
  games rank 3rd                      DeMarcus Ware, DAL            99.0    contagious on the field.”
  place in Eagles                      Jared Allen, MIN             92.0 • Cole on why he plays with such a high motor: “That’s the only way
  history     behind                   John Abraham, ATL            65.5
  Reggie White (38)                                                         I know how to play, I can’t see doing it any other way. If I know I can
                                        Julius Peppers, CHI         65.0    get to the quarterback, I’m going to try and find a way to do it. I
  and Clyde Sim-                        Trent Cole, PHI             64.5
  mons (21)                                                                 don’t care what it takes, I’m going to get there.”
                                        Robert Mathis, IND          63.0
• Was named to
  USA Today’s All-                                                                                           COLE OUTDOOR PRODUCTIONS
  Joe team in three consecutive seasons from 2006-2008, which
                                                                                                       Trent owns and operates Cole Outdoor
  honors the NFL players whose work doesn't necessarily garner
                                                                                                       Productions, a hunting video production
  headlines, but is integral to the success of their football team
                                                                                                       company that he formed with some of his
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                                 closest hunting buddies. The videos are geared towards hunt-
• Notched a half sack of Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb at Arz. (9/23)                 ing enthusiasts and work to bring the reality back into the hunt-
                                                                                ing video world. Cole also hosts a show called Blitz TV with
• Sacked and forced a fumble of QB Joe Flacco deep in Ravens ter-
                                                                                several of his friends. Said Cole: “The purpose of this show is
  ritory vs. Bal. (9/16). The turnover led to an Eagles touchdown on
                                                                                to display the passion for the outdoors and bring the reality of
  the ensuing drive
                                                                                the outdoors into people’s homes. It’s also a good opportunity
BIRDSEED                                                                        to see a professional athlete’s life with friends and family both
• Trent enjoys spending time on his farm in Ohio and says it’s his fa-          on and off the field.” Blitz TV airs on Thursdays at 9:30 pm, Fri-
  vorite place to vacation every year. “I have it all there. I can relax,       days at 6:00 pm and Saturdays at 8:30 am on the Pursuit Chan-
  farm and fish. I can’t think of any other place I’d rather be in my           nel on DirecTV (608) and Dish Network (204).
  free time.”                                                                   Please log onto ColeOutdoors.com for more info about Trent’s
• Is the cousin of Miami Heat point guard Norris Cole                           life, show and company.
• Loves being in Philadelphia because of the fans and the fact that
  there are so many things to do: "The fans are who I play for. They
  make it fun for me. I love when the city gets hyped up for a big
  game all week long. I look forward to those games. As for Philly,
  there's always something to do, seven days a week. People like
  to have a good time. You can be at a mall in minutes or at the
  beach in an hour."
• Follow Trent on Twitter: @Pro_Hunt58
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PERSONAL                                                                                     SICKENING EXPERIENCE
• Has enjoyed hunting ever since he was a 4th grader. "I know that                          After a successful college career at Cincinnati,
  some people look down on hunters and think that it's a barbaric                           Cole expected to be drafted some time in the
  hobby, but I pride myself on doing everything within the proper                           first three rounds of the 2005 NFL draft. But he
  rules and regulations. Hunting is a tradition where I am from, and                        caught pneumonia twice as he was training
  as a kid you don't know any different. Hunting also serves the                            after his senior season and saw his draft stock
  community by controlling the animal population and keeping cer-                           plummet. “I remember catching it, trying to re-
  tain diseases from running rampant throughout the community."                             cover from it, and then I got put in the hospi-
• Says his favorite trophy would be harvest, Boone and Crocket a                            tal,” said Cole. “The doctor told me that I was
  white-tail deer. Cole says if you don’t know what that means,                             going to get it again in a week or so, and I got it
  please log on to ColeOutdoors.com and find out!                        again. It really hurt me, and I went from 260 pounds to 230. I
• Is the son of Angela Wilson, a health inspector, and Trent Cole,       couldn’t perform at the combine. I remember going into the
  Sr., a pastor. Has two brothers, David Lee and Travis, and three       meetings and answering a couple of questions before the
  sisters, Britney, Erin, and Ariel. His stepfather, David Lee Wilson,   coaches would excuse me to go back to the room because I was
  Sr., is a government housing supervisor                                so sick. I couldn’t even look at them, it was bad.”
• Starred at Xenia (OH) HS, earning league and area defensive POY
  honors after posting 121 tackles and eight sacks as a senior. Also
  rushed for 1,241 yards and 10 TDs on his way to earning all-state
                                                                              THE HUNTED - 71.0 Sacks, 41 Victims
  honors. Played in the Ohio North-South all-star game                     8     Eli Manning
• Also lettered in basketball, track and baseball                          4     Jason Campbell
• Sees himself as a hands-on guy. "My family is a bunch of hard            3.5   Jon Kitna
  workers who are gifted with their ideas and their hands. I think         3     Drew Bledsoe, Jay Cutler, J.P. Losman, Tony Romo, Matt
  that helps me a little on the                                                  Ryan, Alex Smith
  field."                                                                  2.5 David Garrard
                                                                           2     David Carr, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Joe Flacco, Kyle Orton
• While in Hawaii for his first
                                                                           1.5 Drew Brees, Brett Favre, Vince Young
  Pro Bowl appearance in
                                                                           1     Brooks Bollinger, Sam Bradford, Mark Brunell, Kerry
  2008, went wild boar hunting
                                                                                 Collins, Jake Delhomme, Ken Dorsey, Brian Griese, Rex
  with Patriots offensive line-
                                                                                 Grossman, Kelly Holcomb, Tarvaris Jackson, Josh John
  men Logan Mankins and
                                                                                 son, Peyton Manning, Stephen McGee, J.T. O’Sullivan,
  Matt Light in the mountains
                                                                                 Chad Pennington, Aaron Rodgers, Ben Roethlisberger,
  of Waikiki. Trent emerged
                                                                                 JaMarcus Russell, John Skelton, Kurt Warner, Joe Webb
  from the trip with a boar in
                                                                           0.5 Matt Cassel, Matt Hasselbeck, Kevin Kolb
  excess of 250 pounds
                                                                           *Includes Playoffs
• Says most people in Penn-
  sylvania don't really know
  that their state is currently
  the Fair Chase Hunting Mecca of the United States
• Majored in criminal justice
• Full name: Trent James Cole Jr.
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                                    COLE’S CAREER STATISTICS                                                                            CAREER HIGHS
                                       TACKLES              INTERCEPTIONS                                                     Tackles   13    (10/28/07 at Min.)
Year Team GP/GS                Tot Solo Ast Sacks   Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds                                            Sacks     3.5   (9/23/07 vs. Det.)
2005 Phil. 15/7                 55   42 13     5.0 27.0   0    0    0  0 2 1 0 0                                              INTs      1     (12/17/06 at NYG)
2006 Phil. 16/14                84   48 36     8.0 61.5   1 19 19T     1 1 1 1 1                                              INT Lg    19T   (12/17/06 at NYG)
2007 Phil. 16/16               103   61 42 12.5 99.5      0    0    0  0 1 4 1 0
2008 Phil. 16/16                98   59 39     9.0 59.0   0    0    0  0 1 3 0 0
2009 Phil. 16/16                93   58 35 12.5 116.5     0    0    0  0 0 2 0 0
2010 Phil. 15/15                81   53 28 10.0 65.0      0    0    0  0 2 1 0 0
2011 Phil. 14/14                75   47 28 11.0 81.0      0    0    0  0 1 1 0 0
2012 Phil. 7/7                  22   11 11     1.5  9.0   0    0    0  0 0 1 0 0
TOTALS     115/105             613 379 234 69.5 518.5     1 19 19T     1 8 14 2 1

PLAYOFFS
2006 Phil.        2/2          12       10     2         0.5        3.5       0       0         0   0      0   0   0   0
2008 Phil.        3/3          19       11     8         1.0          7       0       0         0   0      1   0   0   0
2009 Phil.        1/1           4        3     1         0.0          0       0       0         0   0      0   0   0   0
2010 Phil.        1/1           6        3     3         0.0          0       0       0         0   0      0   0   0   0
TOTALS            7/7          41       27    14         1.5       10.5       0       0         0   0      1   0   0   0

ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: (7) - 2006 (1), 2005 (6)
TOUCHDOWNS: (1) - 2006 [19-yd INT return at NYG 12/17/06 (QB Eli Manning)]
BLOCKED FIELD GOALS: (1) - 2008 [47-yd. attempt at NYG 12/7/08 (K John Carney)]


            2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS                                                                       MULTI-SACK GAMES (16)

Date        Opp    W/L   P/S        S   A    T     Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR                      Sack   Opponent           Sack   Opponent
Sep 9    at Cle    W     1/1        0   2    2     0.0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0                                3.5    9/23/07 vs Det     2.0    12/9/07 vs NYG
Sep 16      Bal    W     1/1        2   1    3     1.0 6 0 0 0 0 1 0                                3.0    12/11/11 at Mia    2.0    10/28/07 at Min
Sep 23   at Ari    L     1/1        2   2    4     0.5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0                                2.0    11/28/10 at Chi    2.0    9/17/06 vs NYG
Sep 30      NYG    W     1/1        1   1    2     0.0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0                                2.0    10/17/10 vs. Atl   2.0    9/10/06 at Hou
Oct 7    at Pit    L     1/1        2   1    3     0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0                                2.0    9/26/10 at Jac     2.0    11/20/05 at NYG
Oct 14      Det    L     1/1        3   2    5     0.0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0                                2.0    12/20/09 vs. SF    2.0    11/14/05 vs Dal
Oct 28      Atl    L     1/1        1   2    3     0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0                                2.0    10/26/09 at Was    1.5    9/9/07 at GB
Nov 5    at NO                                                                                      2.0    11/16/08 at Cin    1.5    11/19/06 vs Ten
Nov 11      Dal
Nov 18   at Was
Nov 26      Car
Dec 2    at Dal
Dec 9    at TB
Dec 13      Cin
Dec 23      Was
Dec 30   at NYG
Totals                   7/7     11     11   22    1.5    25   0     0    0       0       1 0
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              SAFETY
                                                       QO
               5-11, 195 Born 7/1/88 in Clayton, OH
               Ohio State Northmont HS, Clayton, OH
               3rd year   Acquired - D7c-10 (244th overall)


A savvy and hard-hitting defensive back who has never been slowed BIRDSEED
by adversity throughout his football career, Kurt Coleman provides                                   THREE-STEP DROP
                                                                      • “I really believe in pay-
leadership and stability in the secondary. Coleman led the Eagles in
                                                                        ing it forward,” said Hobbies: Movies, music
interceptions (4) and ranked 2nd with 96 tackles last season. Pro-                                  Favorite movie: Man on Fire
                                                                        Coleman, who has do-
cured by the team in the 7th round in 2010 from Ohio State, Coleman                                 TV show: Curb Your Enthusiasm
                                                                        nated a lot of time and
was a three-year starter and team captain for the Buckeyes.                                         Musical artist: Michael Jackson, any-
                                                                        resources to several          thing R&B and rap
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                       charities during his ca-
                                                                                                    Quote: “Have a bad day tomorrow.”
• Secured a career-high three interceptions of Rex Grossman at          reer. In fact, he was First jobs: Watching kids at an elemen-
   Was. (10/16/11), marking the 11th time in team history and the       president of the Ohio         tary school, making $10 an hour
   first time since 1966 that an Eagle had 3-or-more picks in a game    State chapter of Uplift- Bucket list: “See a couple wonders of
• Returned two fumbles for a touchdown in the preseason finale vs.      ing Athletes, an organi-      the world, like the Pyramids in Egypt
   NYJ (9/2/10), a feat that has been accomplished just one time in     zation geared toward          and the Great Wall of China.”
   NFL regular season history. Fred “Dippy” Evans of the Chicago        fundraising efforts for Talent he’d most like to have: Singing
   Bears scored twice vs. Washington on November 28, 1948               rare diseases. His fa- Favorite teams/athletes growing up:
                                                                        ther’s bout with breast       Chicago Bulls, Michael Jordan, At-
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                         cancer really piqued his      lanta Braves, Brian Dawkins, Ed Reed
• Ranks second on the team with 54 tackles and two interceptions        interest in that organiza- Favorite football moment: “Beating
                                                                        tion. “During my fresh-       Michigan four times and walking off
• Amassed 13 tackles and a forced fumble vs. Atl. (10/28)
                                                                        man year of college, my       the field as Rose Bowl champs.”
• Posted 10 tackles vs. Det. (10/14)
                                                                        father       held      off
• Recorded a game-high nine tackles at Ari. (9/23)                      chemotherapy treat-
• Opened the season by intercepting Browns rookie Brandon Wee-          ments just so he could            GAME CHANGERS
   den twice, once in the red zone, in a 17-16 victory at Cle. (9/9),   attend our National Coleman overcame quite a bit
   marking his second-career multi-interception game. It marked         Championship game of adversity on and off the field. In fact,
   the first time since 12/21/75 that the Eagles had two players        against Florida. He he almost quit football for good fol-
   (Coleman and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie) each record two            never missed a day of lowing an April, 2006 practice in which
   interceptions in a game when Frank LeMaster and Artimus Parker       school or practice he tackled Tyson Gentry, a scout team
   did so at Washington                                                 while teaching physical receiver. Gentry was paralyzed and
                                                                        education and coaching Coleman was devastated. “I don’t think
                           CAREER HIGHS                                 basketball. He’s an in- I would have played again, but Tyson
                 Tackles 14 (2x - last 12/1/11 at Sea)                  spirational guy and has and his family were so supportive.
                 INTs      3     (10/16/11 at Was)                      been through a lot. I re- They told me it wasn’t my fault, that it
                 INT Lg 35 (12/11/11 at Mia)                            ally look up to him”       was an accident and part of the game.
                                                                      • Ron Coleman on fore- That meant so much.” The two remain
                    MULTI-INTERCEPTION GAMES (2)                        going breast cancer close to this day. Later that fall, Cole-
                INT Opponent                  Quaterback                treatments to attend man’s father, Ron, was diagnosed with
                3    at Was (10/16/11) (W) R. Grossman                  Kurt’s bowl game: “I breast cancer. The elder Coleman,
                2    at Cle (9/9/12) (W)      B. Weeden                 really needed to be however, is cancer-free after surgery
                                                                        around Kurt and the and extensive chemotherapy. “It was a
             2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS                               rest of my family during rough year,” recalled Coleman. “But I
                                                                        that time. I would hon- developed a skin that year that allowed
Date        Opp W/L P/S      S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR          estly say it helped me me to deal with any situation, and I
Sep 9 at Cle W 1/1           3    2 5 0.0 0 2 13 7 0 0 0                more than it helped or think it made me a stronger person.”
Sep 16      Bal W 1/1        5    1 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                 inspired them. [Being
Sep 23 at Ari L       1/1    6    3 9 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0                 at that game] was paramount in my recovery. I had made up my
Sep 30      NYG W 1/1        4    2 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                 mind right away that I was going to be at that game, no matter
Oct 7 at Pit L        1/1    3    2 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0                 what.”
Oct 14      Det L     1/1    8    2 10 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 28      Atl L     1/1    8    5 13 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0                                      PLAYING IT FORWARD
Nov 5 at NO                                                            “When someone asks me what I value most in life, I say faith,
Nov 11      Dal                                                        family, friends, education, and football - in that order. These are
Nov 18 at Was                                                          the aspects of my life that are helping to shape me into the man
Nov 26      Car                                                        that I strive to be today.”
Dec 2 at Dal                                                           This is the inspiration behind Coleman’s documentary, “Playing it
Dec 9 at TB                                                            Forward” which chronicles his journey as a man and a football
Dec 13      Cin                                                        player. To view the powerful videos and to learn more about his
Dec 23      Was                                                        story, visit www.kurt-coleman.com
Dec 30 at NYG
Totals                7/7   37 17 54 0.0 0 2 13 7 2 1 0
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PERSONAL                                                                    • Attended Northmont HS, where he was a two-time All-Ohio se-
                                                                              lection, adding All-Midwest honors as a senior. Played both safety
• Son of Heidi Williams and Ron Coleman, who was a pitcher at
                                                                              and wide receiver. Also lettered in baseball as a centerfielder and
  Wilmington College in Ohio. Ron is currently an assistant princi-
                                                                              shortstop and earned all-conference honors as a junior. Gradu-
  pal of Stebbins HS in Dayton, OH. His stepmother, Joanne, is a
                                                                              ated high school one semester early so he could begin college in
  Philadelphia native. “She and her family are die-hard Eagles fans”
                                                                              the spring semester
• Began playing football as a 6th grader for the Pee Wee Bolts in
                                                                            • Most underrated part of playing safety: “Communication. Good
  Clayton, OH, as a running back and safety. “I wore #45, Michael
                                                                              communication with the linebackers and the cornerbacks is cru-
  Jordan’s jersey number during his comeback to the NBA”
                                                                              cial. And you have to have knowledge of the entire defense and be
• Developed the Coleman 4 A Cure foundation, which is dedicated to            the quarterback of the defense”
  bringing about a keener awareness and understanding for the
                                                                            • Coleman on the Michigan-Ohio State rivalry: “It’s every bit intense
  need of early detection of Breast Cancer, a higher level of con-
                                                                              as everyone says. At Ohio State, you just learn to dislike Michigan.
  sideration for risk factors as well as family history, and continued
                                                                              It’s really more than just a game”
  funding of research for a cure. Coleman has also played a large
  role in the Eagles “Tackling Breast Cancer” campaign                      • Follow Coleman on twitter at k4coleman and on Facebook at Kurt
                                                                              Coleman-Official Page
• Often posts daily scriptures and inspirational messages on his
  twitter account, and even has verses tattooed, one on each of his         • Earned a degree in sport and leisure studies
  arms. On his right tricep is Psalm 16:8, which says, “I keep my
                                                                                                                  EXTRA SPECIAL HAT TRICK
  eyes always on the Lord. With him at my right hand, I will not be
  shaken.” On his left tricep is a picture of the Cup of Christ with                                   Coleman regained his starting role
  Isaiah 43:2, which states, “When you pass through the waters, I                                      prior to a week 6 match-up with
  will be with you; and when you pass through the rivers, they will                                    Washington in 2011 and responded
  not sweep over you. When you walk through the fire, you will not                                     with a career-day as he tallied 3
  be burned; the flames will not set you ablaze.”                                                       INTs of Rex Grossman along with 6
• Biggest influence on his football career: “Besides my father, it                                      tackles. It was the 11th such occas-
  was my high school defensive backs coach, Collin Abels. During                                        sion that an Eagle had 3+ INTs in a
  my freshman year, I was a knucklehead and he just helped me                                           game and the first since 1966. Said
  get on the right path in life. We still talk once a week.” ... Abels is   Kurt, “It was a humbling experience [to be demoted] and God
  currently a social studies teacher and defensive coordinator at           taught me a lesson. Now that I got my opportunity, I want to
  Northmont High School                                                     make the best of it.”



                                                 COLEMAN’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                      TACKLES                    INTERCEPTIONS
                        Year Team      GP/GS   Tot Solo Ast Sacks        Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT
                        2010 Phil.     15/2     28 19     9   0.0        0.0   1    7  7    0 3 0 0   0 12
                        2011 Phil.     15/13    96 68 28      0.0        0.0   4 60 35      0 4 1 0   0   9
                        2012 Phil.     7/7      54 37 17      0.0        0.0   2 13    7    0 2 1 0   0   3
                        TOTALS         37/22   178 124 54     0.0        0.0   7 80 42      0 9 2 0   0 24

                        PLAYOFFS
                        2010 Phil.     1/1        8     8     0    0.0      0    0    0    0    0    0   0    0     0    0
             ofibv `llmbo
             WIDE RECEIVER
                                                        NQ
               6-3, 222    Born 9/9/87 in Oklahoma City, OK
               Florida     Central Catholic HS, Clearwater, FL
               3rd year    Acquired - D5b-10 (159th overall)

A 5th round draft choice of the Eagles in 2010 out of Florida, Riley • Most prized possessions               THREE-STEP DROP
Cooper adds quality depth to the receiving corps with a nice blend       are his two National
of size and athleticism. He is also an accomplished performer on         Championship           Guilty Pleasure: Eating a dozen Krispy
                                                                                            rings
the Eagles special teams units. Cooper suffered a broken collar-         from the University of    Kremes doughnuts
bone in training camp that caused him to miss the entire presea-         Florida and his BCS    Bucket List: Elk hunting in Wyoming
                                                                                                First job: Mucking stalls in the horse
son and the first four games of the regular season.                      bowl watches
                                                                                                   barns at his house in Clearwater
BIRDSEED                                                               • Favorite musical artists:
                                                                                                Most memorable concert: Brad Paisley
                                                                         Young Jeezy, Lil Wayne,   during Florida/LSU week. Ended up
• A two-sport athlete at Florida, Cooper was drafted twice by Major
                                                                         Drake, Trey Songz, Tim    having a great game vs. LSU
  League Baseball (in the 15th round by the Philadelphia Phillies in
                                                                         McGraw, Brad Paisley,  If not playing football: Border patrol
  2006 and in the 25th round by the Texas Rangers in 2009)
                                                                         Kenny Chesney, Zac        agent
• Aspires to participate in charitable events that benefit those suf-    Brown                  Favorite person to follow on Twitter:
  fering from atrial fibrillation. His father, Larry, suffers from the                             Will Ferrell
                                                                       • Earned degree in family,
  disease, an abnormality of heart rhythm                                                       TV Shows: Entourage, Jersey Shore,
                                                                         youth and community
• Was a roommate of Jets QB Tim Tebow in college                         sciences                  King of Queens
                                                                                                Quote: “All men die, not all men live”
PERSONAL                                                                 INJURY REPORT          App: Pandora
• Single and resides in Philadelphia during the season                   • Suffered a fractured Funniest Eagle: LeSean McCoy
• Is the son of Larry and Monica Cooper. Larry played baseball at         collarbone in training
  Oklahoma State. His younger sister, Lindsey, is a soccer player at      camp that caused him to miss the entire preseason. Was rendered
  the University of Florida. Quipped Riley, “She’s the real athlete of    inactive for the first four games of the regular season
  the family.”
• Attended Central Catholic HS in Clearwater, FL, lettering in foot-                        2012 GAME-BY-GAME
  ball and baseball. Earned first-team, all-state honors as a wide
  receiver and free safety during his junior and senior seasons                    Date         Opp.   W/L   P/S No Yds Avg Lg TD
                                                                                   Sep 9    at Cle     W     0/0 INACTIVE/COLLARBONE
• Began playing football in 6th grade as a quarterback for the Indian
                                                                                   Sep 16       Bal    W     0/0 INACTIVE/COLLARBONE
  Rocks Golden Eagles
                                                                                   Sep 23   at Ari     L     0/0 INACTIVE/COLLARBONE
• Enjoys outdoor activities including hunting and fishing. “My dad                 Sep 30       NYG    W     0/0 INACTIVE/COLLARBONE
  got me into fishing when I was real young. We had a small boat                   Oct 7    at Pit     L     0/0   INACTIVE
  and we would go out on weekends when I didn’t have any games.”                   Oct 14       Det    L     1/0  2 18 9.0 10 0
• Was a fan of John Lynch and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers growing                     Oct 28       Atl    L     1/0  0 0 0.0 0 0
  up. “I always looked up to John as a kid. I just liked the way he                Nov 5    at NO
  carried himself on and off the field. We had season tickets for                  Nov 11       Dal
  about 15 to 20 years, so I was always watching him play.” Also was               Nov 18   at Was
  a fan of the Tampa Bay Rays and the Tampa Bay Lightning                          Nov 26       Car
• Underrated attribute needed as a wide receiver: “Anticipation and                Dec 2    at Dal
  timing.”                                                                         Dec 9    at TB
• Talent he would most like to have: “Be able to play the piano.”                  Dec 13       Cin
                                                                                   Dec 23       Was
                                                                                   Dec 30   at NYG
            COOPER’S CAREER STATISTICS                                             Totals                    2/0   2   18   9.0 10   0
  Year Team        GP/GS      No     Yds    Avg    Lg   TD    STT
  2010 Phil.       13/2        7     116    16.6   37    1      5                                CAREER HIGHS
  2011 Phil.       16/3       16     315    19.7   58    1      6
  2012 Phil.       2/0         2      18     9.0   10    0      0                  Recepts             5       (2x - 12/1/11 at Sea.)
  TOTALS           31/5       25     449    18.0   58    2     11                  Yards               94      (12/1/11 at Sea.)
                                                                                   Long                58      (11/27/11 vs. NE)
  PLAYOFFS                                                                         TDs                 1       (2x - 11/20/11 at NYG)
  2010 Phil.       1/0          2     18     9.0   11     0     0
  TOTALS           1/0          2     18     9.0   11     0     0
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              DEFENSIVE TACKLE
                                                         VN
                6-4, 298           Born 12/13/90 in Yazoo City, MS
                Mississippi St.    Yazoo City HS, Yazoo, MS
                Rookie             Acquired - D1-12 (12th overall)


The Eagles moved up three spots in the 2012 NFL Draft to select PERSONAL
Fletcher Cox with the 12th overall selection. An athletic and versa-
                                                                       • Made 104 total tackles THREE-STEP DROP
tile defensive tackle, Cox was named first-team All-SEC as a junior
                                                                         during his senior sea-
after collecting 56 tackles and five sacks in his final season at Mis-                             Person he’d trade places with for a day:
                                                                         son, including 10 quar-
sissippi State. During his three-year career with the Bulldogs, he                                   LeBron James
                                                                         terback sacks while Actor that would play him in a movie:
amassed 114 tackles, 24.5 tackles for a loss and 8.5 sacks in 36
                                                                         playing for Tony Wool-      Cedric “The Entertainer”
games (27 starts).
                                                                         folk at Yazoo City High Favorite athlete growing up: Jeremiah
BIRDSEED                                 THE MECHANIC                    School (MS). Also had       Trotter
• One of his favorite hobbies One of Fletcher’s passions                 one interception and a On his bucket list: Giving back to the en-
   is horseback riding. In fact, off the field is fixing up old cars.    fumble recovery             tire community where I grew up
   he’s owned a horse named In fact, he believes he’d most • During his junior cam- Nickname: Bug Eye
   “Princess” for the past sev- likely work as a mechanic if he          paign, he had 103 total Most played artist on his iPod: Young
   eral years. Said Cox: “I take wasn’t playing football. “It runs in    tackles, including 11       Jeezy
   her around to different the family,”said Cox. “My mom                 quarterback sacks and     Meal: My mom’s baked beans, mac and
   trails in the area. It’s a great works at Nissan. My brother owns     two pass interceptions,     cheese, grilled chicken and pork
                                                                                                     chops
   way for me to relax and two race cars that I like to work on          one of which he re-
                                                                                                   Car: 1975 Caprice Classic Drop Top
   clear my head. She’s the sometimes. I love it, it’s great.”           turned for a touchdown
                                                                                                   Movie: Gone in 60 Seconds
   best.”                                                              • Son of Melissa Cox, who Funniest Eagle: LeSean McCoy
• Claims the biggest influence on his life and career is his older       works at a Nissan deal- Philly Restaurant: Del Friscos
   brother, Shaddrick. Said Fletcher: “I look up to him so much. He’s    ership. Also has a
   always taught me about doing the right things and being suc-          brother, Shaddrick, and two sisters, Fantasia and Nakeia
   cessful in life. I try to emulate him every day.”                   • Owns a pitbull named De-Bow
• Follow Fletcher on Twitter: @fcoxx_91
                                                                                       2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
2012 HIGHLIGHTS
                                                                          Date         Opp   W/L   P/S   S    A     T   Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
• Led the defensive line with a career-high 11 tackles in his first-ca-   Sep 9     at Cle   W     1/0   4    1     5   1.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
  reer start vs. Atl. (10/28)                                             Sep 16       Bal   W     1/0   5    1     6   0.0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0
• Registered his first-career sack (QB Brandon Weeden) in his first       Sep 23    at Ari   L     1/0   0    3     3   0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
  game at Cle (9/9)                                                       Sep 30       NYG   W     1/0   3    1     4   0.0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                                                          Oct 7     at Pit   L     1/0   3    1     4   0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
“He’s just such a good athlete. I told Coach Reid when I                  Oct 14       Det   L     1/0   0    1     1   0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
came back from working him out in Starkville, he’s the                    Oct 28       Atl   L     1/1   6    5    11   0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
biggest 298-pounder I’ve ever seen. He’s quick and he’s just              Nov 5     at NO
really athletic. His feet and hands work so well together.                Nov 11       Dal
He’s just a really good football player”                                  Nov 18    at Was
                      - Defensive Line Coach Jim Washburn                 Nov 26       Car
                                                                          Dec 2     at Dal
“We think that Fletcher Cox is a tremendous player. He has
                                                                          Dec 9     at TB
the speed and athletic ability where he could play outside if
                                                                          Dec 13       Cin
needed. He gives us a little flexibility. He’s a very intelligent         Dec 23       Was
kid and he’s young. He has the whole package.”                            Dec 30    at NYG
                              - Eagles Head Coach Andy Reid               Totals                   7/1   21   13   34   1.0   14   0   0   0   2   0 0


                                                                                   COX’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                            TACKLES                              INTERCEPTIONS
                                                    Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks                    Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds
                                                    2012 Phil. 7/1   34 21 13      1.0                    7.0 0     0  0    0 2 0 0    0
                                                    TOTALS     7/1   34 21 13      1.0                    7.0 0     0  0    0 2 0 0    0
              sfkkv `roov
              DEFENSIVE END
                                                         TR
                6-3, 266     Born 6/30/88 in Neptune, NJ
                Marshall     Neptune HS, Neptune, NJ
                Rookie       Acquired - D2b-12 (59th overall)


The Eagles selected Vinny Curry in the second round of the 2012 • His twitter handle is
NFL Draft. Curry finished his four-year career at Marshall with 26         @MrGetFlee99, which is THREE-STEP DROP
sacks, 49 tackles for a loss and 10 forced fumbles. He was named           based off of his nick-
                                                                                                       Person he’d like to trade places with for
the Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year as a senior in 2011.       name       “FLEE” which       a day: P-Diddy
BIRDSEED                                                                   stands for “Fly Like Talent he’d most like to have: Ability to
                                                                           Each and Every day.”          sing
• Spend a few minutes with Curry and you learn two things about            His favorite people to Actor who would play him in a movie:
  him. Number one, that he has always been a huge fan of the Ea-           follow on twitter are 50      50 Cent
  gles, and number two, that he loves professional wrestling. In fact,     Cent and P Diddy            Person he’d most like to have dinner
  he says that if he wasn’t playing in the NFL, he would have pur-                                       with: “My mom.”
                                                                         • Started playing football
  sued a career as a wrestler. “Those guys are incredible athletes.
                                                                           at the age of eight as a Favorite moment in sports growing up:
  I’ve gone to a bunch of the WWE events and I watch on TV too.”                                         “When Irving Fryar retired, I thought
                                                                           running back, but was
  He even lists competing at Wrestlemania as the only item on his                                        that was pretty cool.”
                                                                           quickly switched to the
  bucket list
                                                                           devensive side of the First jobs: Stocking milk in a grocery
• During his time in college, Curry made many visits to hospitals to                                     store at age 16 and washing dishes at
                                                                           ball. Says his favorite
  visit with cancer patients, particularly kids at children’s hospitals                                  a nursing home at age 17
                                                                           part about playing the
                                                                                                       Hobbies: Movies, bowling
PERSONAL                                                                   game is the excitement
                                                                                                       Favorite movie: Friday
                                                                           of making a big play in TV Show: Martin
• A standout performer at Neptune High who garnered first-team
                                                                           front of the crowd          Musician: 50 Cent, P Diddy
  All-State, All-Shore, All-County and All-Conference honors. Was
  named team MVP and team captain at Neptune                             • Underrated attritube Quote: “To be the man, you gotta beat
                                                                           needed to play defen-         the man” - Ric Flair
• Son of Vincent Curry and Linda Jackson, who passed away during
                                                                           sive end: “Toughness
  his senior year in college after a battle with liver cancer. His Aunt,
                                                                           and the ability to get off the ball fast.”
  Ginja, has been his primary caretaker since. “She has been so
  supportive of me through all the tough times, and has always • Graduated with a degree in general studies
  been there for me.”                                                    • His pregame ritual consists of watching youtube clips of great
• Has five siblings - Shawanda Johnson, Thomas Jackson, Amanda             players. “I used to watch Warren Sapp, Jevon Kearse, Hugh Dou-
  Johnson, Jillisa Curry and Renea Unverzaght                              glas, all those guys.”
• Grew up as a huge fan of the Eagles. “It all started with Ricky Wat-
  ters. I used to want to play running back and he was my favorite
  player. After that, I just loved rooting for them, I have pictures and
  jerseys all over my house. It was such a special moment for me                       2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
  to get drafted by the team I’ve rooted for all my life.”                 Date        Opp   W/L   P/S   S   A   T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
• A self-proclaimed shoe fanatic, Curry says he owns around 100            Sep 9    at Cle   W     0/0            INACTIVE
  pairs of sneakers, his favorites being any pair of Jordans and his       Sep 16      Bal   W     0/0            INACTIVE
  favorite website as www.sneakerhead.com                                  Sep 23   at Ari   L     0/0            INACTIVE
                                                                           Sep 30      NYG   W     0/0            INACTIVE
                RIGHT PLACE, RIGHT TIME                                    Oct 7    at Pit   L     0/0            INACTIVE
                                                                           Oct 14      Det   L     0/0            INACTIVE
Curry grew up as a die-hard fan of the Eagles and just so                  Oct 28      Atl   L     0/0            INACTIVE
happened to be drafted the day before one of his favorite players,         Nov 5    at NO
Brian Dawkins, retired as an Eagle. He could not have been more            Nov 11      Dal
excited about his first visit to the NovaCare Complex.                     Nov 18   at Was
“I know most people say that the draft is the best day of their life,      Nov 26      Car
but growing up an Eagles fan and being blessed to have the op-             Dec 2    at Dal
portunity and see Brian Dawkins retire and give a speech here,             Dec 9    at TB
this has to be the best day of my life here,” said Curry. “To see his      Dec 13      Cin
teammates back here and they way they embraced him, and then               Dec 23      Was
the way they embraced me, it was really something special. This            Dec 30   at NYG
is a moment I will never forget in my entire life.”                        Totals                  0/0   0   0   0   0.0   0   0   0   0   0   0 0


                                                   CURRY’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                    TACKLES                        INTERCEPTIONS
                           Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks               Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds
                           2012 Phil. 0/0    0    0    0  0.0                 0 0     0  0    0 0 0 0    0
                           TOTALS     0/0    0    0    0  0.0                 0 0     0  0    0 0 0 0    0
              glk alobk_lp
              LONG SNAPPER
                                                        QS
                6-0, 250     Born 7/21/80 in Garden Grove, CA
                UTEP         Pacifica HS, Garden Grove, CA
                                                                                                                              Pro Bowls: 2009
                10th year    Acquired - FA 2006


After battling a tremendous amount of personal adversity early in • In the offseason, serves as THREE-STEP DROP
life, Jon Dorenbos (pronounced DORN-boss) has worked hard and            a corporate motivational
stayed focused enough to carve out a successful career as an NFL         speaker and has spoken Nicknames: D-Boss, Magic Man, Hou-
long snapper and was named to his first Pro Bowl following the 2009      for companies such as            dini, Jonny D, J.D.
                                                                                                        Greatest love besides football: His wife,
season. Originally signed by Philadelphia in the latter half of the      Jackson Financial, ING Fi-
                                                                                                          Julie Dorenbos
2006 season, Dorenbos has played in every game for the Eagles            nancial, Pioneer and the
                                                                                                        Talent he’d most like to have: To be a
since then (including postseason) and inked a five-year contract ex-     National FFA Organization.
                                                                                                          rock star
tension on 12/29/07, which will keep him in Philadelphia through         Dorenbos also likes to mix Dinner guest: Dog whisperer
2012. Dorenbos, who endured the murder of his mother by his father       magic and comedy in with Bucket list: Cruise the Caribbean in his
at a young age, took up magic to help ease his mind throughout the       his routine. “I love it,” says   own 300’ yacht
tough times. Dorenbos, in fact, has become so good at his craft that     Dorenbos. “I get to tell my Hobbies: Magic, guitar, helping Julie
he has been hired for shows in Hollywood and Las Vegas                   story, I get to tell a lot of    out with her business Skin Palette
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                        NFL stories and I relate Collections: Sports memorabilia and
                                                                         them to corporate Amer-          signed playing cards of people he’s
• Earned his first Pro Bowl selection following the 2009 season. “On
                                                                         ica. If you have good re-        performed with
   an individual level, it was the coolest thing that ever happened to
                                                                         sponses and people enjoy Guilty pleasure: Chick flicks
   me,” said Dorenbos. “Being in a position that’s kind of a mono-
                                                                         what you do while chang- Favorite song: Steve Carlson’s “Rock-
   tone, monotonous job, not really in the spotlight - I’m cool with                                      ing Chair”
                                                                         ing lives, then it’s a win-
   that. It’s like being an offensive lineman. We do it because we love                                 Meal: Cheese lasagna
                                                                         win for everybody.” His
   it. To get that level of respect [from the coaches who voted] is re-
                                                                         speaking engagements Book: Theatrical Pickpocketing - Jim
   ally what it’s all about.”                                                                             Revel
                                                                         are arranged by Dave Cac-
BIRDSEED                                                                                                Movies: Anything with Adam Sandler
                                                                         ciatore (716-866-3844). For
                                                                                                        TV Show: Modern Family
• An accomplished professional magician, has performed at ven-           more information, log onto
                                                                                                        iPad app: Island Paradise
   ues in Las Vegas and Hollywood. His love for magic was born           www.JonDorenbos.com
                                                                                                        Philly restaurant: El Vez
   while he spent 1992 in foster care after personal tragedy struck • Recently finished work as
   his family. He met an older teenager who could do tricks and he       the executive producer of an album with best friend/singer Steve
   fell in love with magic. "It was a time for me to be by myself, a way Carlson. The acoustic collection, "Days Behind," can be found on
   for me to pass time. I was at peace and I enjoyed it. I loved the co- SteveCarlson.com, itunes and cdbaby.com. Dorenbos also execu-
   ordination, and being obsessed with the fundamentals of what I        tive produced Carlson’s work on his previous album “Stripped
   was doing. I loved getting involved in the psychology of magic and    Down”
   people and entertaining people. I've never been one to want peo- • Named the team's Ed Block Courage Award recipient of
   ple to think I have powers or I can fly or anything like that; I like 2008. The award honors those NFL players who exemplify
   getting a group of people together and having fun."                   commitment to the principles of sportsmanship and
• Has performed magic in front of many famous musicians and ath-         courage and is given by a vote of the team for effort as well
   letes. The long list includes stars like Magic Johnson, Joe Mon-      as individual performance
   tana, Dan Marino, Jim Kelly, Garth Brooks, Lindsay Lohan, Rascal • In 2008, Dorenbos captured a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award for host-
   Flatts and Dierks Bentley. Dorenbos collects the autographs of        ing Inside the Eagles, which aired on Comcast SportsNet in
   every famous person he has performed for on playing cards,            Philadelphia via the Eagles Television Network. The show featured
   which he hangs up in the game room of his home in Huntington          player interviews inside the locker room, as well as their work in
   Beach, CA. "It's like a museum in there with all the memorabilia.     the community
   Having the opportunity to meet the people I've met through some- • Thinks that Philadelphia fans are the best in sports: “They’re ab-
   thing I love doing, it's just an indescribable feeling."              solutely deserving of a Super Bowl championship. I love the fact
• Hopes to perform magic for Jay Leno in the future. “I never did        that they’re always right, even when they’re wrong. They relish in
   magic on The Jay Leno Show. I met him, hung out with him, but         everything sports-related.”
   that would be pretty sick.”

                      CAREER SERVICE                                               “TEAMING UP” WITH GARTH BROOKS

  YEAR     TEAM    GP/GS STT        Playoffs                              Remains active with the “Garth Brooks
  2003     Buf.    16/0    0        YEAR TEAM        GP/GS STT            Teammates for Kids Foundation.” The
  2004     Buf.    13/0    0        2006 Phil.       2/0     0            nonprofit corporation, which was co-
  2005     Tenn.   9/0     0        2008 Phil.       3/0     0            founded by Garth Brooks in 1999, devel-
  2006     Tenn.   1/0     0        2009 Phil.       1/0     0            ops and implements innovative concepts that generate funds for
  2006     Phil.   5/0     2        2010 Phil.       1/0     1            the benefit of children’s charities. “It’s the first foundation that
  2007     Phil.   16/0    6        Totals           7/0     1            I have been involved with where 100 percent of the money goes
  2008     Phil.   16/0    5                                              to the children,” says Dorenbos. “If you donate money, [the
  2009     Phil.   16/0    4        First NFL game: 9/7/03 vs. NE         foundation] matches it and if you have charities that you work
  2010     Phil.   16/0    4                                              with, they redispurse the money.” For more information, please
  2011     Phil.   16/0    4                                              visit www.teammatesforkids.com
  2012     Phil.   7/0     2
  Totals           131/0  27
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              TACKLE
                                                          SR
                6-9, 330      Born 9/14/85 in Nashville, TN
                Auburn        Brentwood Academy, Brentwood, TN
                5th year      Acquired - D7-08 (230th overall)

Having spent the majority of his career as a versatile reserve line- PERSONAL
man, King Dunlap provides experience at multiple positions along                                         THREE-STEP DROP
                                                                           • Best part of being a fa-
the team’s offensive line. With experience at both tackle and guard,
                                                                             ther: “Watching them Favorite movie: Ninja Assassin
he joins Jonathan Ogden and Ben Jefferson as one of the tallest
                                                                             get better at things and TV Shows: The Office, Curb Your Enthu-
players ever to play guard in the NFL, according to Stats Inc. A four-                                    siasm
                                                                             watching them grow so
year letterman at Auburn, Dunlap appeared in 48 career games (20                                        Musician: “Theo Townsend, my best
                                                                             fast. I love how I can see
starts) during his collegiate career.                                                                     friend from high school. He’s a rap-
                                                                             so much of me in them”
IN THE TRENCHES                                                            • Best influences early in
                                                                                                          per. I listen to all his stuff and I think
                                                                                                          he has a future in the business. He
• Position other than O-line you’d most like to play: "Middle line-          life: “My first football     has a different style.”
  backer, because I played there in little league. I loved the free-         coach, John Patton. I Bucket List: Tour the White House and
  dom of running sideline to sideline. But that was back when I              played football starting     meet the President
  could run all day long!”                                                   at the age of 5 and I re- First Job: “I worked for a moving com-
• Favorite O-lineman of all-time: "Bob Brown. I recently saw some            membered we worked           pany during high school.”
  film of him ... He was a beast. He was the first big, athletic offen-      hard at practice. We hit Favorite team/athletes growing up:
  sive tackle in the NFL. He set the standard.”                              everyday in practice and     Fred McGriff and the Atlanta Braves;
                                                                             worked on form tack-         Shaquille O’Neal
• How you decided to become an O-lineman: "I really didn’t have a
  choice. I was too tall for defense and too heavy to be a tight end.”       ling. Also, Patrick Aber- Gadget: Droid cell phone
                                                                             nathy, another coach in App: Music Paradise
• The best part of being an O-lineman: "Getting to knock somebody            middle school and high Best part about living in Philly: Variety
  around every play, all game long. I love the physicality of it.”           school. He was always        of restaurants
• Most challenging aspect of your job: "The preparation. There’s a           on my [butt] about get-    Best restaurant in Philly: Capital Grill
  lot of work involved that most people don’t see, especially all of         ting better everyday and     or Fogo De Chao
  the drills working on fundamentals.”                                                                  Funniest Eagle: Dallas Reynolds
                                                                             minimizing mistakes.
• Most underrated attribute of being an O-lineman: "I would say              He was hard on us, but
  athleticism, since everybody thinks we’re all fat and slow.”               he wanted us to be the best        PROUD BIG BROTHER
• Most memorable block: "I had a down block as senior in high                we can be.”
                                                                                                            King’s younger sister, Victo-
  school and I took out the defensive end, the nose guard and a line- • Now standing 6'-9", he was
                                                                                                            ria, is a member of the WNBA’s
  backer and the back, Theo Townsend, ran about 45 yards for a               once a 5'-11" linebacker in
                                                                                                            Seattle Storm after being named
  touchdown.”                                                                8th grade before sprouting
                                                                                                            the SEC Women’s BBall Player of
• Best player you’ve ever lined up against: "Dwight Freeney. I saw           six inches over the next
                                                                                                            the Year in 2009-10 at Kentucky.
  him for two plays in a preseason game in 2009. His spin move is            summer. His high school
                                                                                                            The 6-1 forward averaged 18.1
  definitely vicious . You know it’s coming, but you still can’t stop it.”   coaches decided to move
                                                                                                            points, 8.4 rebounds, 3.1 steals
• Your advice to aspiring O-lineman: "Stay active and work hard.”            him to defensive end
                                                                                                            and 1.9 blocks en route to All-
• Worst part of being 6-9, 330 pounds: "Not being able to ride roller INJURY REPORT                         American honors and an Elite
  coasters at Six Flags anymore. And I love roller coasters. And the • Rendered inactive at Ari. Eight berth in the NCAA Tourna-
  worst part is that I’ll wait in line forever but the shoulder harness      (9/23) and vs. NYG (9/30) ment. Said King, “I get more nerv-
  is never able to click down and lock because of my height.”                with a hamsting strain suf- ous watching her play than I do for
                                                                             ferd in the third quarter vs. our games. I actaully try to attend
                                                                             Bal (9/16)                     as many games of her’s as I can.
                                                                                                            She’s the real athlete in the fam-
                                                                                                            ily. She’s really good and I’m really
                                                        CAREER SERVICE                                      proud of her.”
                               YEAR       TEAM            GP/GS     Playoffs
                               2008       Phil.               IR    YEAR       TEAM            GP/GS
                               2009       Phil.             12/0    2008       Phil.               IR
                               2010       Phil.             14/5    2009       Phil.              0/0
                               2011       Phil.             12/2    2010       Phil.              1/0
                               2012       Phil.              5/3    Totals                        1/0
                               Totals                      43/10
                                                                 Starts by position: 2010: 2 at LT,
                               First NFL game: 9/13/09 at Car. 3 at RT, 2011: 1 at LT, 1 at LG,
                               First NFL start: 10/17/10 at Atl. 2012: 3 at LT

                                                  ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
                                BLOCKED FIELD GOALS: (1) - 2011 (45 yard attempt vs. SF 10/2/11
                                by K David Akers)
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              QUARTERBACK
                                                          NN
               6-4, 230           Born 10/30/83 in Los Gatos, CA
               Stanford           Los Gatos HS, Los Gatos, CA
               5th year           Acquired - FA 2012

After an impressive 2012 preseason performance (100.5 QB rating), • Has participated in the THREE-STEP DROP
Trent Edwards earned a berth on the Eagles 53-man roster this             “Play 60” Challenge, an
summer and a two-year contract to go along with it. He originally         initiative encouraging Greatest love besides football: Golf
signed a one-year deal with the team on February 23, 2012. The            physical activity among Unique pregame ritual: Texts his mom
Stanford product did not play in 2011 after a 3+ year tenure in Buf-      children for at least 60 Talent he’d most like to have: The abil-
                                                                                                     ity to play the acoustic guitar or piano
falo (2007-10). He was a third round draft choice of the Bills in 2007.   minutes     per     day.
                                                                                                   Actor that would play him in a movie:
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                         Through his efforts
                                                                                                     Matt LeBlanc
                                                                          with “Play 60” he
• Owns a 11-2 record (min. 20 attempts) when posting a QB rating                                   Favorite personal moment in sports
                                                                          helped to introduce the    growing up: Winning the football
  of 80.0 or higher and is 5-1 when his rating eclipses the 100.0         program for over 2,500     state championship as a high school
  mark (min. 20 attempts)                                                 students in Buffalo’s      senior
• Made nine starts, the most of any rookie in 2007, and earned Pro        Public Schools           Team: Los Angeles Dodgers
  Football Weekly/PFWA All-Rookie Team honors                           • In 2009 and 2010, Ed- Athletes: Matt Kemp and Kobe Bryant
BIRDSEED                                                                  wards and Bills safety First job: Little League Umpire
                             INSPIRATIONAL INFLUENCE                      George Wilson served On his bucket list: Playing Augusta Na-
• Claims his guilty                                                                                  tional and going to Europe
                           Trent draws inspiration from his               as the spokespeople for
  pleasure is fantasy
                           former position coach in freshman foot-        the Buffalo Bills & App: Rotoworld Fantasy Sports
  baseball. Says Ed-
                                                                          American Red Cross Meal: Chicken piccata from Gardinio’s
  wards: “I’m in a ball, Charlie Wedemeyer, who passed
                           away after battling ALS for many years.        Blood drive at Ralph Book: Into Thin Air by by Jon Krakauer
  league with ten of my                                                                            Movie: Dumb and Dumber and Good
                                                                          Wilson Stadium en-
  friends. I’m addicted. “I remember he would watch us during                                        Will Hunting
                                                                          couraging fans to do-
  It’s so frustrating our drills from his wheelchair, but we                                       TV Show: Modern Family
                                                                          nate blood by filming a
  sometimes, but I love couldn’t hear him and he couldn’t move
                           around at all,” said Edwards. “His wife        PSA, appearing in print
  it.”
                           would come to the practices and relay          materials promoting the the Blood Drive and volunteering at the
• His favorite athlete                                                    event. 2009 also marked the beginning of Trent’s Touchdowns for
                           what he was saying to all of us. It’s
  growing up was Orel                                                     ALS, a program created to help raise money for the Upstate New
                           amazing what he was still able to do.
  Hershiser of the Los                                                    York Chapter of the ALS Association and to raise awareness about
                           Every time I catch myself getting down
  Angeles Dodgers. “I                                                     the disease. He helped raise over $20,000 which went straight to
                           about something, I think of Charlie and
  think I dressed up as                                                   the ALS Association
                           how he fought through everything. It
  Orel for Halloween
                           puts everything in perspective.”             • Edwards also participated in the NFL’s “Take a Player to School”
  three years in a row as
                                                                          program in Toronto
  a kid,” said Edwards
PERSONAL                                                                                         CAREER HIGHS
• Parents are Andy and Fran. Andy is retired after working over 40
  years as an office manager for the FAA and Fran has worked as a                     Atts.         39     (9/21/08 vs. Oak)
  middle school PE teacher for the past 30 years. Also has two older                  Cmps.         25     (10/19/08 vs. SD)
  sisters, Megan and Shelby                                                           Yards         289    (11/2/08 vs. NYJ)
                                                                                      LG            70     (12/09/07 vs. Mia)
• Earned his degree in political science with a minor in sociology
                                                                                      TDs           4      (12/09/07 vs. Mia)
• During his rookie season in 2007, he became a member of the                         Rush Atts.    6      (11/23/08 at KC)
  Toyota Rookie Club, making visits to the Women & Children’s Hos-                    Yds.          40     (10/11/09 vs. Cle)
  pital of Buffalo, Sir Sanford Fleming Academy in Toronto, ON, the                   Rush TDs      2      (11/23/08 at KC)
  Northwest Buffalo Community Center and the Annual Bills Holi-                       LG Rush       20     (9/20/09 vs. TB)
  day Party for children at Ralph Wilson Stadium

                                                                EDWARDS’ CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                         PASSING                                            RUSHING
                                Year Team     GP/GS   Att Cmp Pct Yds Yd/At TD Int Lg Sk/Yd                   Rat    Att   Yds Avg Lg TD
                                2007 Buf.     10/9    269 151 56.1 1,630    6.1  7 8 70T 12/105              70.4    14     49 3.5 14 0
                                2008 Buf.     14/14   374 245 65.5 2,699    7.2 11 10 65 23/143              85.4    36    117 3.3 15T 3
                                2009 Buf.     8/7     183 110 60.1 1,169    6.4  6 7 46 23/139               73.8    14    106 7.6 20 0
                                2010 Buf.     2/2      52  29 55.8 241      4.6  1 2 31T 7/63                58.3     9     34 3.8 14 0
                                     Jax.     3/1      49  26 53.1 280      5.7  1 3 44    4/32              51.1     5     24 4.8 8 0
                                2012 Phil.    0/0       0   0 0.0      0    0.0  0 0 0      0/0               0.0     0      0 0.0 0 0
                                TOTALS        37/33   927 561 60.5 6,019    6.5 26 30 70 69/482              75.4    78    330 4.2 20 3

                                ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS:
                                FUMBLES/LOST: (14/5) - 2007 (4/0), 2008 (9/5), 2009 (1/0)
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              QUARTERBACK
                                                   V
                6-6, 243     Born 1/20/89 in Austin, TX
                Arizona      Westlake HS, Austin, TX
                Rookie       Acquired - D3-12 (88th overall)


Nick Foles, a 6-foot, 6-inch tall, strong-armed signal caller, earned • Became the highest Ari- THREE-STEP DROP
the back-up QB position with an impressive preseason perform-               zona QB to be drafted
ance. Foles completed 63.5% of his passes (40-63) for 553 yards, six        into the NFL since the Greatest love besides football: Family
                                                                                                           and Faith
TDs and a 110.1 QB rating. A third round pick of the club in 2012           Detroit Lions selected
                                                                                                         What he’d be doing if not in football: In
from Arizona, Foles finished his career as the Wildcats all-time            Eddie Wilson in the sec-
                                                                                                           the restaurant business or coaching
leading passer in terms of yards, TDs, attempts and completions.            ond round (24th overall) Talent he’d most like to have: “I’m
BIRDSEED                                                                    in 1962                        teaching myself guitar right now, so
                                        COMMUNITY QB
                                                                          • Starred at Westlake High       the ability to play that and sing.”
• Growing up in Austin, TX, As a senior in college, Foles
                                                                            School in Austin, TX, Favorite personal moment in sports:
  Foles claims he has been in served as a mentor to four broth-
                                                                            where he set school ca-        “Beating USC on my dad’s birthday
  a football-thirsty environ- ers from an underpriveleged                                                  when I was a sophomore at Arizona.”
                                                                            reer records for passing
  ment his whole life. Said home: Aaron, Jose, Chris and An-
                                                                            yards (5,658) and pass- Teams/Athletes growing up: Texas
  Foles: “High school football thony. Said Foles: “I’d spend time                                          Longhorns/Major Applewhite, John
                                                                            ing TDs (56), breaking
  was the big thing growing with them every weekend. It was                                                Elway and Troy Aikman
                                                                            marks previously held by
  up in Austin. Friday Night a great experience for me and we
                                                                            Drew Brees (New Or- Athlete right now: Kevin Durant
  Lights, the whole deal. I have a great relationship. I’m                                               Meal: Fried catfish
                                                                            leans Saints)
  was thrown right in it and going to bring them all out to a                                            Book: Where the Red Fern Grows
  loved it.” In fact, there is a game this season.”                       • Also was a three-year Movie: Scooby Doo (animated)
  baby picture of Foles a few                                               starter and two-time TV Show: NCIS, CSI, Smallville
  weeks after he was born with a football in his hands. “It’s actually      team MVP for Westlake’s App: Pandora
  pretty funny because in that picture I’m using the same grip on           basketball team, averag- Pregame ritual: Reading the Bible
  the ball as I do now.”                                                    ing 15 points and 11 re-
                                                                            bounds in 2005-06 while earning all-district honors, and leading
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS                                                          the district in rebounding as a sophomore
• Foles finished his career at Arizona as the Wildcats all-time lead- • Was a high school Academic All-District selection in football and
  ing passer in terms of yards (10,011), touchdowns (67), attempts          basketball
  (1,369) and completions (933)                                           • Earned his degree in communication
• As a senior in 2011, earned Honorable Mention All-Pac 12 honors • Follow Nick on Twitter: @NFoles8
  after throwing for a school single-season record 4,334 yards and
  28 touchdowns. Also broke the Arizona record for attempts (560)
  and completions (387)
• Was named Team Offensive co-MVP and Honorable mention All-
  Pac 10 as a junior in 2010, throwing for
  3,191 yards and 20 touchdowns                                         2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
• Earned All-Pac 10 Honorable Mention hon-                                                      PASSING                              RUSHING
  ors as a sophomore in 2008 after finishing Date          Opp W/L GP/GS Att Cmp Pct Yds TD Int Lg Sack/Yds Rat Att Yds Avg Lg TD
  the year with 2,486 yards and 19 touch- Sep 9 at Cle W              0/0                   DID NOT PLAY
  downs                                          Sep 16    Bal W      0/0                   DID NOT PLAY
• Garnered Honorable Mention Pac-10 All- Sep 23 at Ari L              0/0                   DID NOT PLAY
  Academic honors in 2009 and 2010               Sep 30    NYG W      0/0                   DID NOT PLAY
• Redshirted in 2008 after transferring from Oct 7 at Pit L           0/0                   DID NOT PLAY
  Michigan State                                 Oct 14    Det L      0/0                   DID NOT PLAY
                                                 Oct 28    Atl L      0/0                   DID NOT PLAY
PERSONAL                                         Nov 5 at NO
• Son of Larry and Melissa, who both are in Nov 11         Dal
  the restaurant business. Has two sisters, Nov 18 at Was
  Lacey and Katie                                Nov 26    Car
• Has two dogs, Wrigley and Bella, and a cat,    Dec 2 at Dal
  Tigger. Wrigley is a German Shepherd mix Dec 9 at TB
  and Bella is an Australian Shepherd/Lab Dec 13           Cin
  mix                                            Dec 23    Was
                                                 Dec 30 at NYG
• Was a roomate of Brent Celek’s brother,
                                                 Totals
  Garrett, as a freshman at Michigan State
                                                                     FOLES’ CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                PASSING                                         RUSHING
                                 Year Team GP/GS Att Cmp              Pct   Yds Yd/At TD Int Lg         Sk/Yd     Rat    Att   Yds Avg Lg TD
                                 2012 Phil. 0/0   0    0              0.0     0    0.0  0 0 0             0.0     0.0     0      0 0.0 0 0
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                     WIDE RECEIVER
                                                                     NV
                       6-1, 187          Born 12/2/86 in Daytona Beach, FL
                       Cincinnati        Flagler Palm Coast HS, Bunnell, FL
                       2nd year          Acquired - FA (2012)


       After living out of his car and working three jobs to make ends meet         PERSONAL                           THREE-STEP DROP
       in college, Mardy Gilyard has overcome many obstacles to realize
                                                                                    • Has a daughter, Ma’laya Greatest love besides football: “My
       his dream of playing in the NFL. A former top recruit at running back
                                                                                      Janaé                           daughter and entire family.”
       coming out of high school, Gilyard lost his scholarship at Cincinnati
       after seeing his grades slip. He was rewarded a second chance and            • Follow Mardy on Twitter: Favorite athlete growing up: Barry
                                                                                      @MardyGilyard                   Sanders
       turned that opportunity into an All-American career for the
                                                                                                                    Pregame ritual: “I drink at least a shot
       Bearcats. Originally a fourth round draft pick of St. Louis in 2010,         • Collects Vans sneakers and
                                                                                                                      of pickle juice before every game.”
       he appeared in 11 games (2 starts) for the Rams in his rookie cam-             claims to own over 100 pairs
                                                                                                                    Talent he’d most like to have: Ability to
       paign but was released the following year and spent 2011 out of                of them
                                                                                                                      play the piano, guitar and alto saxo-
       football. Gilyard latched on with the Eagles this offseason but was          • Owns a Staffordshire Bull       phone.”
       released as part of their final roster cutdown before re-signing with          Terrier named Kane’o          Actor that would play him in a movie:
       the team on 9/11/12.                                                         • First-team Class 5A all-state   Dave Chappelle
       BIRDSEED                                                                       selection as a senior at Fla- Guilty pleasure: Listening to Kenny G
       • Is the youngest of 13 children of Addison “BoMorgan” and Viola               gler Palm Coast HS, capping On his bucket list: “Taking my dad king
                                                                                      a stellar career where he       salmon fishing and seeing my daugh-
         Crudup. “It was really fun growing up,” said Gilyard. “We were all                                           ter graduate college.”
         really close and still are. It was kind of like the Brady Bunch.”            corraled over 2,500 yards and
                                                                                                                    Meal: Eggs and rice
                                                                                      30 touchdowns. He was also
       • Claims the two biggest influences on his career are his dad and                                            Movie: I’m Gonna Git You Sucka
                                                                                      named MVP of the Florida
         oldest brother, Greg, who were both star running backs growing                                             TV Show: Martin, Chappelle Show, and
                                                                                      Coast All-Star Game and was     In Living Color
         up. Said Gilyard: “They were always saying things like, ‘Oh your             a three-time all-league and App: AT&T Navigator
         brother set all these records and oh your dad would get 5 yards              all-area selection in track
         every time he touched the ball.’ That motivated me so much.”                 and field
       • Nicknamed “Tankhead” by his brothers growing up. “I was real               • Favorite moments in sports growing up: “Throwing my first touch-
         light when I was younger, but I had a big head so they used to say           down as a quarterback in high school, breaking my high school’s
         I was built like a lollipop.”                                                rushing record and winning the Big East Championship game
                                                                                      against Pittsburgh.”
                                                                                    • Majored in sociology
                                                                                    • Full name: Marshawn Gilyard
                   2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS                                     INJURY REPORT
                                         RECEIVING               PUNT RETURNS       • Suffered a hamstring injury in the first quarter vs. Atl. (10/28) and
         Date      Opp W/L GP/GS No Yds Avg Lg TD No FC Yds Avg Lg TD TYS             did not return
                           Signed to the Eagles 53-man roster on 9/11/12                             HUMBLING EXPERIENCE
         Sep 16 Bal W 1/0           0     0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0             0
         Sep 23 at Ari L 1/0        0     0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0             0     An all-state running back coming out of high school,
         Sep 30 NYG W 1/0           0     0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0             0     Gilyard went to Cincinnati on a full scholarship. But after seeing
         Oct 7 at Pit L 1/0         0     0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0             0     his grades slip as a freshman in 2006, then-coach Mark Dantonio
         Oct 14 Det L 1/0           0     0 0.0 0 0 2 3 15 7.5 11 0 15              promptly revoked that scholarship. Complicating matters, Gilyard
         Oct 28 Atl L 1/0           0     0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0             0     had already registered for classes. He owed the school $10,000
         Nov 5 at NO                                                                and didn’t have a dime. To pay it back, he lived out of his car and
         Nov 11 Dal                                                                 worked three jobs at once. He labored on a construction site dur-
         Nov 18 at Was                                                              ing the day, sold kitchen cutlery door-to-door when he was fin-
         Nov 26 Car                                                                 ished, and then delivered pizzas at night. A year later, new coach
         Dec 2 at Dal                                                               Brian Kelly came in and agreed to give Gilyard his scholarship
         Dec 9 at TB                                                                back if he kept his grades up.
         Dec 13 Cin                                                                 Said Gilyard: “I feel so blessed to be given that second chance. I
         Dec 23 Was                                                                 got myself into the mess and I had to find a way out of it. It made
         Dec 30 at NYG                                                              me a better person. I appreciate and relish every millisecond I
         Totals            6/0      0     0 0.0 0 0 2 3 15 7.5 11 0 15              have doing what I do. There’s no better feeling.”


             CAREER HIGHS                                                           GILYARD’S CAREER STATISTICS
Recepts       2       (2x - 10/10/10 at Det.)                                     RECEIVING        PUNT RETURNS        KICK RETURNS
Yards         22      (10/10/10 at Det.)          Year Team     GP/GS No          Yds Avg Lg TD No FC Yds Avg Lg TD No Yds Avg   Lg TD                        STT
Long          17      (10/10/10 at Det.)          2010 StL.     11/2   6           63 10.5 21 0  0  0    0 0.0 0  0 16 356 22.3  34 0                           2
Punt rets.    2       (10/14/12 vs. Det.)         2012 Phil.    6/0    0            0 0.0 0 0    2  3 15 7.5 11   0 0    0 0.0    0 0                           5
Yards         15      (10/14/12 vs. Det.)         TOTALS:       17/2   6           63 10.5 21 0  2  3 15 7.5 11   0 16 356 22.3  34 0                           7
Long          11      (10/14/12 vs. Det.)
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              DEFENSIVE END
                                                                   RQ
               6-2, 265      Born 4/3/88 in Detroit, MI
               Michigan      Crocket Vocation Technical HS, Detroit, MI
               3rd year      Acquired - D1-10 (13th overall)


The Eagles first round draft choice in 2010 out of Michigan, Brandon • Most underrated attrib- THREE-STEP DROP
Graham battled back from a gruesome knee injury late in his rookie        ute of a defensive line-
campaign to return to the field in a limited role in the latter half of   men: “The ability to Favorite App: Instagram
the 2011 season. The speedy defensive end has since regained his          react. There are plenty Favorite Player Growing Up: Ray Lewis
full strength in his knee over the past year and is a valuable con-       of fast people that can’t Most Memorable Concert: Birthday
                                                                                                        Bash in Atlanta, GA
tributor to the Eagles defensive line rotation.                           react.”
                                                                                                      Favorite Quote: “Those who stay will be
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                         • Was a four-year starter       champions” - Bo Schembechler
                                                                          at Crockett Vocation TV show: Fresh Prince of Bel Air
• Has accumulated 15 quarterback hurries in only 108 snaps, the
                                                                          Technical HS in Detroit Website: worldstarhiphop.com
   team’s highest percentage of snaps resulting in hurries (13.9%),
                                                                          and earned Parade, EA Bucket List: Skydiving
   as part of the defensive line rotation in 2012
                                                                          Sports and USA Today First Job: Working the grill at McDon-
• Notched a half sack of Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb and collared a ca-       first-team All-America        alds for $6/hour
   reer-high five tackles, including a team-high three tackles for loss   honors as a senior. That Talent Most Like to Have: To be able to
   at Ari. (9/23)                                                         year, was also selected       fly like a superhero
BIRDSEED                                                                  Michigan       Gatorade Favorite Philadelphia Restaurant: Ms.
                                                                          Player of the Year            Tootsie’s
• In the 2012 offseason, Graham teamed up with a boxing trainer in                                    Actor that would play you in a movie:
   Michigan. “I’m more cut up and in better shape and all that, but     • Recorded 307 tackles,
                                                                                                        Denzel Washington
   he really helped me most with my breathing. I wasn’t in the best       including 112 for loss
   shape of my life last year due to my knee injury. My breathing was     and 56 sacks during his high school career. Also collected 16 fum-
   out of control. Now when I feel tired, I get back to proper breath-    ble recoveries, forced six more and grabbed two interceptions.
   ing techniques and it has helped a lot.”                               Also averaged more than 40 yards per attempt as a punter
• Names his mother, Tasha Graham, for being the most influential        • Lettered in basketball while also throwing the shot put in track,
   person in his life. A cancer survivor, she was diagnosed with          logging a career-best toss of 50’0”. Also ran a 10.9 in the 100 me-
   luekemia at a young age. She spent most of her life working at a       ters along with a 23.5 in the 200
  Chrysler auto plant to support Brandon and his three sisters. Re-
  called Tasha, “The doctors told me I would never be able to have
  kids, so I cherish them because of that. When I was working at                      2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
  Chrysler, working hard, trying to make ends meet, it was for them       Date        Opp   W/L    P/S   S    A   T    Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
  and Brandon saw that.”                                                  Sep 9    at Cle   W      1/0   0    0   0    0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
• Rod Oden, an assistant coach at Crocket while Graham was in             Sep 16      Bal   W      1/0   1    0   1    0.0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
  high school is now the head coach there and fondly remembers            Sep 23   at Ari   L      1/0   3    2   5    0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Graham’s work ethic and impact he has made on the program.              Sep 30      NYG   W      1/0   1    0   1    0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  “He was an absolute leader. The entire school would follow Bran-        Oct 7    at Pit   L      1/0   0    1   1    0.0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0
  don. He's a leader in demonstration. We say, 'Leadership is             Oct 14      Det   L      1/0   1    0   1    0.0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
  demonstrated, it's not announced.' And he walks in a room and           Oct 28      Atl   L      1/0   5    1   6    0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
  his presence commands respect. People see him put in the extra          Nov 5    at NO
  hours. They see him run the extra sprints, lift the extra weights,      Nov 11      Dal
  and they follow. Now we have kids who want to be the next Bran-         Nov 18   at Was
  don. They're still following."                                          Nov 26      Car
PERSONAL                                                                  Dec 2    at Dal
                                                                          Dec 9    at TB
• Single and resides in Philadelphia. Has a cocker spaniel, Midnight      Dec 13      Cin
• Parents are Tasha Graham and Derrick Walton. Has three younger          Dec 23      Was
  sisters, Brittany, Mikayla and Brianna                                  Dec 30   at NYG
• Began playing football at the age of seven as a linebacker, center,     Totals                   7/0   11   4   15   0.5   15   0   0   0       0       0 0
  and running back for the Detroit Giants
• Says his greatest love besides football is doing flips in gymnastics.
  “I started doing it when I was young and I just got
  better and better. It’s really fun. I can do about ten                     GRAHAM’S CAREER STATISTICS
  in a row now.”                                                                      TACKLES                     INTERCEPTIONS
• Favorite moment in sports growing up: “In my jun- Year Team GP/GS          Tot Solo Ast Sacks           Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds
  ior year in high school, I intercepted a pass in the 2010 Phil. 13/6        18 12      6   3.0         24.0   0    0  0    0 0 2 0   0
  state semifinals, took it to the house and we won 2011 Phil. 3/0             4    2    2   0.0          0.0   0    0  0    0 0 0 0   0
  the game. That was a great feeling.”                   2012 Phil. 7/0       15 11      4   0.5          3.5   0    0  0    0 0 0 0   0
                                                         TOTALS       23/6    37 25 12       3.5         27.5   0    0  0    0 0 2 0   0
                   CAREER HIGHS
                                                      PLAYOFFS
         Tackles   6      (10/28/12 vs. Atl.)         2010 Phil.    0/0                           Injured Reserve/ACL
         Sacks     1.0    (3x - 11/28/10 at Chi.)     TOTALS        0/0        0       0     0        0.0   0    0  0        0    0   0       0       0     0
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              TIGHT END
                                                                   UO
                   6-3, 252                 Born 7/2/87 in Libertyville, IL
                   Missouri State           Dwight HS, Dwight, IL
                   3rd year                 Acquired - D4b-10 (125th overall)


An athletic and multi-faceted tight end, Clay Harbor was a fourth        Started playing football THREE-STEP DROP
round draft choice of the Eagles in 2010. After receiving only one       in fourth grade, and
scholarship offer coming out of high school, Harbor became a Divi-       stuck with it despite First job: working at Wishing Well Cafe,
sion I-AA standout at Missouri State and was a three-time All Amer-      being a“below average”          his Aunt’s restaurant
ica selection, setting a school record with 150 career catches for       player. Once in high         Talent he’d most like to have: Speak
1,906 yards and 10 TDs. Harbor was a three-sport standout at             school, he knew he was          different languages
                                                                                                      Favorite Meal: Chicken Breast, Sweet
Dwight High School, playing basketball and running track in addition     getting better because
                                                                                                         Potatoes and Spinach
to football.                                                             he started beating older
                                                                                                      Teams/athletes growing up: Chicago
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                          players at camps. “I
                                                                                                         Bears, Bulls, Cubs, and Blackhawks/
                                                                         went to a camp at the           Michael Jordan and Jerry Rice
• Caught a game-winning 4-yard touchdown pass from Michael Vick          University of Illinois one Athletes to watch right now: LeBron
  with 1:18 remaining at Cle. (9/9), capping off a 16-play, 91-yard      summer and had a bet-           James, Dwayne Wade, Derrick Rose,
  drive                                                                  ter camp than some of           Tony Gonzalez
BIRDSEED                                                                 the best prospects going Thing to do in Philadelphia: Going to
                                                                         to top colleges.” He en-        restaurants in Olde City, Center City,
• One of five Missouri State players to be drafted since 1986. He is
                                                                         joyed a breakout sopho-         and Rittenhouse Square
  one of two Bears all-time to be selected higher than the fifth
                                                                         more       campaign       in Musicians: Drake, Zach Brown Band, Al
  round, the other being Dallas OL David Arkin, a fourth round pick
                                                                         college and realized he         Green, Jason Aldean, Lil Wayne
  in 2011
                                                                         had a chance to play in Musician in concert: Nelly, the only
• Enjoyed his collegiate tenure at Missouri State. “I really enjoyed     the NFL                         concert he’s ever been to
  playing with my brother, but I also liked going up against the other                                Shows: Game of Thrones, Entourage,
                                                                       • Credits his two tight
  teams in the conference that wouldn’t look at me coming out of                                         Walking Dead, True Blood
                                                                         ends coaches - Sean
  high school.” Due to budgetary constraints, the team could not fly                                  Movies: Martin Scorsese films
                                                                         Coughlin and Bob Mont- Cell phone app: Draw Something
  to a road game and stay in a hotel during the same trip. They
                                                                         gomery - at Missouri
  would either bus and stay in a hotel or fly in and out on the same
                                                                         State for his develop-
  day
                                                                         ment into an NFL player. “After converting from wide receiver, I
                                                                   •
          HARBOR’S CAREER STATISTICS                                     struggled with the small details of being a tight end and Coach
                                                                         Coughlin really worked with and believed in me. He was the first
Year Team GP/GS            No      Yds Avg Lg TD STT                     person to tell me he thought I had the skills to make it to the NFL.
2010 Phil.      9/6         9       72     8.0 24      1       0         Coach Montgomery helped me become a better blocker. He was
2011 Phil.      16/3       13      163 12.5 27         1       2         a big-time center at Iowa State and his expertise was in that part
2012 Phil.      7/5         8       59     7.4 19      1       2         of the game. He helped me become a complete player.”
TOTALS          32/14      29      294 10.1 27         3       4
                                                                       • Most underrated attributes at TE position: “Being smart and the
                                                                         ability to think quickly. We’re one of the few position groups where
PLAYOFFS
                                                                         several different things are asked of us, whether it’s run block-
2010 Phil.      1/1         0        0     0.0     0   0       0
                                                                         ing, pass blocking, running a route or making a catch. It’s one of
TOTALS          1/1         0        0     0.0     0   0       0
                                                                         the toughest positions to play for that reason.”

                    2012 GAME-BY-GAME                                                             BROTHERLY LOVE

          Date           Opp.   W/L   P/S No Yds Avg Lg TD                      Separated by just one year in age, Clay and Cory Har-
          Sep 9     at   Cle    W     1/0  3 16 5.3 10 1                        bor grew up in their hometown of Dwight, IL, competing against
          Sep 16         Bal    W     1/1  1 19 19.0 19 0                       each other in every aspect of life, whether it was on the playing
          Sep 23    at   Ari    L     1/1  0 0 0.0 0 0                          field or in the classroom. Said Clay, “We were so competitive
          Sep 30         NYG    W     1/1  1 7 7.0 7 0                          against one another and it helped bring the best out of me.” But
          Oct 7     at   Pit    L     1/1  1 8 8.0 7 0                          Cory is credited with another important aspect of Clay’s life - a
          Oct 14         Det    L     1/1  2 9 4.5 6 0                          college scholarship. Despite a prolific high school career and pro-
          Oct 28         Atl    L     1/0  0 0 0.0 0 0                          ductive offseason camps, Clay was without an offer to play at the
          Nov 5     at   NO                                                     next level until Cory, a standout LB/DE, kept bugging his coaches
          Nov 11         Dal                                                    to give his little brother a shot. Despite being so competitive, Clay
          Nov 18    at   Was                                                    also credits his brother for getting him where he is today. “He was
          Nov 26         Car                                                    the one who kept me in line and focused. He’s the one person who
          Dec 2     at   Dal                                                    I would call should I ever need anything.”
          Dec 9     at   TB
          Dec 13         Cin                                                                           CAREER HIGHS
          Dec 23         Was
          Dec 30    at   NYG                                                                 Recepts       4      (1/2/11 vs. Dal.)
          Totals                      7/5    8   59   7.4 19   1                             Yards         55     (10/2/11 vs. SF)
                                                                                             Long          27     (10/2/11 vs. SF)
                                                                                             TDs           1      (3x - 9/9/12 at Cle.)
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              FULLBACK
                                                        PV
               6-0, 245         Born 11/14/87 in Salt Lake City, UT
               USC              Cottonwood HS, Salt Lake City, UT
               1st year         Acquired - D7b-11 (240th overall)


Stanley Havili earned his role as the team’s starting fullback fol- PERSONAL
lowing a strong training camp and preseason performance in 2012.                                    THREE-STEP DROP
                                                                     • His parents, Tevita and
A seventh round draft choice of the Eagles in 2011, Havili spent his
                                                                       Elva, were Tongan im-       Hidden talent: Beatboxing, singing
entire rookie season on the team’s practice squad.
                                                                       migrants. His father, Actor who would play him in a movie:
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS                                                     Tevita, worked as a bus       Cuba Gooding Jr.
                                                                       driver in Salt Lake City    Person he’d most like to have dinner
• Played in 52 career games (48 starts), totaling 1799 scrimmage
                                                                                                     with: Grandfather and parents
   yards (1290 receiving, 509 rushing) and 15 total touchdowns (12 • His wife, Jocelyn, gave
                                                                                                   Favorite team/player growing up: Utah
   receiving, three rushing)                                           birth to their first child,   Jazz, Bryon Russell
• Earned All-Pac 10 honorable mention accollades as a senior in        Holiday, during the Favorite movie: Gladiator
   2010. A team captain, started in all 13 games and ranked third on   2012 season                 TV show: Game of Thrones
   the team with 32 receptions for 296 yards and two touchdowns • One of eight children, Type of music: Reggae
   while rushing for 166 yards and one touchdown                       Havili considers family Meal: Wife’s Chicken Pillows
• Was named USC’s Most Inspirational Player as a senior and            to be the most impor- Activity in Philly: Eating
   shared the team’s Co-Lifters Award with defensive tackle Chris-     tant thing in his life      Restaurant in Philly: Zento
   tian Tupou                                                        • Also is the cousin of Favorite app: Pandora
• Started in 10 of 11 games in 2009, posting 24 receptions for 298     former Eagles RB and Quote: “Nothing is more powerful than
   yards and two scores and adding 138 yards on the ground             return man Reno Mahe.         a made up mind.”
• Played in 12 games (11 starts) in 2008, catching 24 passes for 324   “Reno and I have been
   yards and three touchdowns while rushing for 71 yards               close for as long as I can remember. He’s always given me great
                                                                       advice both on and off the football field and I respect him a lot.”
• Started in all 13 games and notched 34 receptions for 248 yards
   and five scores, adding 134 rushing yards                         • Credits his dad and older brothers as having the biggest influence
                                                                       on his career. “My dad is the one who was always signing me up
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                        for sports and taking me to all my games, and my brother was al-
• Made his first-career start in his first NFL game at Cle. (9/9)      ways pushing me and making me a better player.”
                                                                     • Started playing football at the age of eight. “All my brothers played
                                                                       so by the time I was able to play little league I was ready to go.
                                                                       Now it’s a blessing to be able to play the game I love as a profes-
                                                                       sion.”
                                                                     • Says the most important skills needed to play fullback are tech-
           2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS                                nique and mindset
                             RUSHING               RECEIVING         • Enjoys playing video games, especially Call of Duty, and is con-
Date      Opp. W/L P/S    Att Yd Avg Lg TD No Yd Avg Lg TD TYS         firmed by many teammates to be the best on the squad
Sep 9 at Cle W 1/1         0     0 0.0 0 0 0      0 0.0 0 0        0 • Graduated with a degree in public policy, management and plan-
Sep 16    Bal W 1/0        2     1 0.5 1 0 1      4 4.0 4 0        5   ning from USC and hopes to pursue a career in commercial real
Sep 23 at Ari L      1/0   0     0 0.0 0 0 0      0 0.0 0 0        0   estate when his playing days are over
Sep 30    NYG W 1/0        2 15 7.5 8 0 1         7 7.0 7 0 22 • Earned All-America honors as a senior at Cottonwood High
Oct 7 at Pit L       1/0   1     5 5.0 5 0 0      0 0.0 0 0        5   School after accumulating 2,652 all-purpose yards, including over
Oct 14    Det L      1/0   0     0 0.0 0 0 0      0 0.0 0 0        0   1,500 yards rushing and 1,000 yards receiving, and 32 total touch-
Oct 28    Atl L      1/0   0     0 0.0 0 0 0      0 0.0 0 0        0   downs
Nov 5 at NO
Nov 11    Dal                                                          “Wow, I’ll be honest with you, the guy is just blowing peo-
Nov 18    Was                                                          ple up this year. He’s making my life easier, he’s opening
Nov 26    Car                                                          up big holes, and he’s bringing the energy every play...He’s
Dec 2 at Dal                                                           got the will to want to block, the will to want to blow guys up
Dec 9 at TB
                                                                       and be successful. He's blocking well. He's having an ex-
Dec 13    Cin
                                                                       cellent season. He should definitely get a chance to go to
Dec 23 at Was
Dec 30 at NYG
                                                                       the Pro Bowl, for sure. I mean that.”
Totals               7/1   5 21 4.2 8 0 2 11 5.5 7 0 32                                                 - Running Back LeSean McCoy

                          HAVILI’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                   RUSHING                      RECEIVING
Year Team GP/GS           Att     Yds Avg Lg TD         No    Yds Avg    Lg      TD    STT
2012 Phil. 7/1             5       21 4.2  8  0          2     11  5.5    7       0      6
TOTALS     7/1             5       21 4.2  8  0          2     11  5.5    7       0      6
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              KICKER
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               6-1, 177      Born 8/18/87 in Omaha, NE
               Nebraska      Burke HS, Omaha, NE
               2nd year      Acquired - D4b-11 (120th overall)


Alex Henery (pronounced HEN-ry) set a team record and rookie NFL BIRDSEED
benchmark with a 88.9% field goal percentage in his first season                                         THREE-STEP DROP
                                                                          • Influenced by his high
with the Eagles after being selected in the fourth round of the 2011
                                                                            school soccer coach, First Job: Pool boy at the country club
draft. A first-team All-America selection in 2010, Henery handled                                          next to his house
                                                                            Mike Bailey, to become
the kicking and punting duties at the University of Nebraska, and
                                                                            the high school football Hobbies: Boating, golf
finished his career as the most accurate kicker in NCAA history.                                        Dinner guest: President Obama
                                                                            team’s place kicker
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                         • Thrives on the pressure
                                                                                                        Trade places for a day: Eagles GM
                                                                                                           Howie Roseman
• Connected on 88.9 per-           BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE               of going out and per- Favorite Meal: Wife’s meatloaf
   cent of his field goal                   EAGLES HISTORY                  forming in front of a big Place to visit: Riviera Maya, Mexico
   chances in 2011, setting Player (year)            FGM-FGA Pct.           crowd, which drew him Teams/athletes growing up: Argentina
   the franchise single-sea- Alex Henery (2011)         24-27 88.9          to football                    national soccer club/Gabriel Batis-
   son accuracy record and David Akers (2002)           30-34 88.2        • Finds the mental as-           tuta
   ranking fifth in the NFL       David Akers (2000)    29-33 87.9          pect of kicking to be the Current athlete to watch: Lionel Messi
• According to the Elias                                                    most underrated attrib- TV Show: Sportscenter
   Sports Bureau, Henery           BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE               ute. “It’s more chal- Musician: Keith Urban
   finished the season as               ROOKIES - NFL HISTORY               lenging than it looks Movie: Patch Adams
   the most accurate rookie                                                 because of the dra- Philadelphia restaurant: Davio’s
   kicker in NFL history          Player (year)      FGM-FGA Pct.           matic highs and lows, Cheesesteak spot: Jim’s
                                  Alex Henery (2011)    24-27 88.9          so it is important to be
• Connected on 17 consec-
                                  Dan Bailey (2011)     32-37 86.5          even keeled.”
   utive kicks from 2011-12,
                                  Ryan Succop (2009)    25-29 86.2
   tying the longest streak                                               • Compares his routines of being a kicker to being a pitcher: “It’s
                                  Kris Brown (1999)     25-29 86.2
   in team history                                                          very important to rest and rebuild, like pitchers do. During the
• Set an Eagles rookie record with 118 kicking points                       season, it’s also important to go out there and kick as much as
                                                                            possible.”
2012 HIGHLIGHTS
                                                                          • Serves as an instructor at the Midwest Kicking Camp, run by San
• Has connected on his last 11 field goal attempts and is 12-13             Diego kicker Nate Kaeding. Other instructors include Hall of
   (92.3%) on the season                                                    Famer Jan Stenerud, Mac Percival, and Mike Eischeid. He at-
• Went 3-3, including a season-long 49-yarder vs. Det. (10/14)              tended the camp when he was younger and said he benefitted
• Set a career high by connecting on four field goal attempts, in-          from it greatly. More information about the camp can be found at
   cluding a then-season-long 48 yarder and a game-winning 26               www.midwestkicking.com
   yarder with 1:49 remaining. Also had a career-high 13 points           • Compares Philadelphia’s fanbase to the following of Nebraska
                                                                            football: “They’re a lot like Husker fans. They’re passionate, know
           2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS                                     a lot about the game, and love everything relating to the team.”
Date      Opp. G FG-FGA Pct Lg Blk XP-XPA Pct Blk Pts       Kick By Kick • Uses tips from his favorite book, 10 Minute Toughness By Dr.
Sep 9 at Cle 1         1-2 50.0 42 0       2-2 100 0  5          42, 45N    Jason Selk, to prepare for practice and games. The book details
Sep 16    Bal 1        1-1 100 23 0        3-3 100 0  6                23   routines for pressure situations that could be applicable to kick-
Sep 23 at Arz 1        2-2 100 40 0        0-0 0 0    6            36, 40   ing and football
Sep 30    NYG 1        4-4 100 48 0        1-1 100 0 13    20, 48, 35, 26
Oct 7 at Pit 1         0-0 0 0 0           2-2 100 0  2
Oct 14    Det 1        3-3 100 49 0        2-2 100 0 11        26, 32, 49
Oct 28    Atl 1        1-1 100 33 0        2-2 100 0  5                33
Nov 5 at NO
Nov 11    Dal
Nov 18 at Was
Nov 26    Car
Dec 2 at Dal
Dec 9 at TB
Dec 13    Cin
Dec 23    Was
Dec 30 at NYG
Totals          7    12-13 92.3 49 0 12-12 100 0 48
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PERSONAL                                                                HENERY’S CAREER STATISTICS
• Earned first team All-Nebraska honors as a Year Team GP FG-FGA Pct Lg Blk XP-XPA                             Pct Blk Pts        KO TB
  punter at Burke High School. Also earned first- 2011 Phil. 16            24-27 88.9 51       0     46-46     100     0 118       85 32
  team all-state honors as a junior, averaging 2012 Phil. 7                12-13 92.3 49       0     12-12     100     0     48    31 11
  41.7 yards per punt                                TOTALS         23     36-40 90.0 51       0     58-58     100     0 166 116 43
• Excelled on the soccer field, playing forward and
  leading Burke to a 14-3 overall record and a
  state playoff appearance as a junior. He was of-               HENERY’S CAREER FIELD GOAL BREAKDOWN
  fered a soccer scholarship to play collegiately at Year Team 1-19         Pct 20-29    Pct 30-39 Pct 40-49 Pct                50+   Pct
  Creighton University.                              2011 Phil.       0-0    0.0 10-10 100       9-11 81.8       4-4 100        1-2 50.0
• Attained his degree in Construction Manage- 2012 Phil.              0-0    0.0    4-4 100       4-4 100        4-5 80.0       0-0   0.0
  ment and was recognized with second-team Ac- TOTALS                 0-0    0.0 14-14 100 13-15 86.7            8-9 88.9       1-2 50.0
  ademic All-Big Twelve Conference honors in
  2010                                                       CAREER HIGHS                     HENERY IN THE REGULAR SEASON ...
• Says if he wasn’t playing football, he would
                                                                                                                    FG/FGA      Pct. Lg
  probably be doing something with his degree. FGs              4    (9/30/12 vs NYG)
                                                                                          vs. NFC East                16/16 100.0     51
  “I’ve always been interested in the process of     FG atts. 5      (10/2/11 vs SF)
                                                     Long       51 (12/24/11 at Dal.)     vs. NFC                     29/32     90.6  51
  building things and how it gets from the plan-                                          vs. AFC                        7/8    87.5  42
  ning stage to the finished product.”               Lg. att. 63 (9/18/11 at Atl.)
                                                     PATs       5    (12/18/11 vs. NYJ)   at Lincoln Financial Field 24/26      92.3  49
• Named to Nebraska’s 2010 Brook Berringer Points               13 (9/30/12 vs NYG)       on the road                 12/14     85.7  51
  Citizenship Team for his community outreach                                             on turf                        6/7    85.7  51
  work, and was an Allstate AFCA Good Works Team nominee (for                             on grass                    30/33     90.9  49
  volunteerism). He has volunteered his time with hospital visits,                        indoors                        6/7    85.7  51
  both in his hometown of Omaha and in Philadelphia, including the                        outdoors                    30/33     90.9  49
  Omaha Heart Walk, School is Cool and other elementary school                            in September                13/15     86.7  48
  events. In the future, he hopes to establish his own foundation                         in October                  12/14     85.7  49
• Son of Guy and Mary Henery. His father is now retired after work-                       in November                    5/5 100.0    47
  ing in the computer business in Omaha and mother works in the                           in December                    4/4 100.0    51
                                                                                          in January                     2/2 100.0    35
  medical field at Creighton
                                                                                          when tied                      5/5 100.0    48
• Held only one job prior to being a professional football player, and                    before bye week             22/26     84.6  49
  that was being a pool boy at the golf course next to his house. It                      after bye week              14/14 100.0     51
  was there that he met his wife, who was responsible for setting up
  catered events at the country club
• Has two siblings. His older brother, Eric, worked in environmen-                         ADDITIONAL CAREER STATS
  tal engineering in Philadelphia prior to Alex being drafted
                                                                                     SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: (5) - 2012 (2), 2011 (3)
  here.”He was excited and helped me find a place to live. I got a
  ton of phone calls on draft night, and he was one of them.” His
  younger sister, Andrea, is working on her bachelor’s degree in In-
  dustrial Engineering at Nebraska
• Favorite sports moment growing up: “We were down 0-2 in a re-
  gional championship soccer game when I was 15. I scored three
  goals in 10 minutes to put us up 3-2, the eventual final score.”
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              GUARD/TACKLE
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               6-6, 321                  Born 10/13/82 in Grand Rapids, MI
               Saginaw Valley State      Ravenna HS, Ravenna, MI
               8th year                  Acquired - D4b-05 (126th overall)


Todd Herremans is in his second season as the team’s starting right • Herremans on being in
tackle and provides a veteran presence in the offensive huddle. A       Philadelphia long-term:
                                                                                                     THREE-STEP DROP
versatile and dependable force on the offensive line, Herremans         “I would love to finish my Nickname: Toddfather
(pronounced HARE-uh-mens) had been the team’s starting left             career in Philadelphia. First job: Maintenance man at Swanson
                                                                                                      Pickle Factory, bailing hay
guard since 2006 before successfully transitioning to tackle in 2011.   The city has been awe- Career if not in football: Architecture
In the offseason, Herremans signed a three-year contract extension      some to me, and I don’t Hobbies: Fishing, golfing, water sports
on 3/13/12 that will keep him in Philadelphia through 2016.             get a lot of negativity Talent you’d most like to have: Musical
                                                                                                      instrument
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                       from anybody really. It’s Trade places for a day: Richard Branson
                                                                        just fun to be here and I Actor who would play him: Jon Hamm
• Played in his 100th career game at Pit. (10/7/12), which ranks 12th   really want to be on the Guilty pleasure: TMZ and US Weekly
   in Eagles history for games played by an offensive lineman                                         magazines
                                                                        team that brings a Super Favorite sports moment: Getting
• A key contributer to an offensive line that helped engineer the       Bowl to Philadelphia.”        drafted by the Eagles
   highest scoring offense in team history in 2010 (439 points) and a                               Teams/athletes growing up: Chicago
   team record 6,386 total net yards in 2011
                                                                      BIRDSEED                        Bulls, Michael Jordan, Emmitt Smith
                                                                                                    Song: “Simple Man” - Lynyrd Skynyrd
• A two-time member of USA Today’s All-Joe team (2008, 2011),         • Took up chess as a hobby Meal: Mom’s chicken pot pie
   which honors the NFL players whose work doesn't necessarily          in college and became Book: Mind Techniques and Methods of
   garner headlines, but is integral to the success of their football
                                                                                                      the Modern
                                                                        addicted. Has been in- Movies: Big Day Ninja , Boondock
                                                                                                                     Lebowski
   team                                                                 volved in Eagles Youth        Saints, Anchorman, Hot Rod
                                                                        Partnership's       annual  Place to visit: West Coast
• Scored the first TD of his career on a one-yard pass from QB          chess tournament for the App: StumbleUpon, Idcapthat
   Donovan McNabb, while playing as an eligible receiver on a goal-                                 TV: History , Discovery, or HBO
                                                                        past three years. "When I Philly restaurant: Barclay Prime
   line play at Sea. (11/2/08). Became just the 2nd offensive lineman   was in college, one of my
   in team history to catch a TD pass and the first since Bob Gonya     buddy's parents brought us a chess set and three or four of us
   did so on 10/7/34 vs. Pit.                                           ended up sitting around playing chess all the time. I got into the
• Caught his second career TD on a two-yard pass from QB Michael        strategy of the game and liked how you always had to think three
   Vick, while playing as an eligible receiver on a goal-line play at   or four steps ahead all the time. Then I got to see how good the
   Dal. (12/12/10). His two career TD receptions are the most ever      kids were with the EYP event, and was amazed."
   for an Eagles offensive lineman                                    • Aspires to become an actor one day and enjoys going to live the-
                                                                        atre. Was a member of the drama club in high school and played
                       TODDFATHER GIVES BACK
                                                                        the lead role in the play Tom Jones during his junior year
 Herremans believes that one of the most important facets of
 being an NFL player is to give back to the community you came                               CAREER SERVICE
 from, and he has proven this throughout his career. He started         YEAR      TEAM           GP/GS Playoffs
 the Herremans Scholar Athlete Scholarship, given to three-sport        2005      Phil.             4/4 YEAR         TEAM         GP/GS
 athletes who maintain a 3.0 GPA. He has also continuously              2006      Phil.           16/16 2006         Phil.           2/2
 pledged money and equipment to both the Saginaw Valley State           2007      Phil.           16/15 2008         Phil.           3/3
 Football program (most of his donations were used to build a new       2008      Phil.           16/15 2009         Phil.           1/1
 weight room facility) and the Ravenna High School athletics pro-       2009      Phil.           11/11 2010         Phil.           1/1
 gram. In addition to local community work, he continues to fund        2010      Phil.           16/15 Totals                       7/7
 and be an advocate of cancer, Alzheimer’s, and Autism research         2011      Phil.           16/16
 as well as anti-bullying.                                              2012      Phil.             7/7 Starts by position: 2005: 4 at
                                                                         Totals                102/99    LT, 2006: 16 at LG (2 at LG in
IN THE TRENCHES                                                                                          playoffs), 2007: 15 at LG, 2008:
                                                                         First NFL game and start:       15 at LG (3 at LG in playoffs),
• His definition of an O-lineman: “The ultimate team player. They        vs. GB (11/27/05)               2009: 10 at LG, 1 at LT (1 at LG
  never touch the ball or score points or get highlights on Sports-                                      in playoffs), 2010: 15 at LG (1 at
  Center. But no one else is going to get that done unless we do our                                     LG in playoffs), 2011: 15 at RT,
  job.”                                                                                                  1 at LT, 2012: 7 at RT
• Favorite O-lineman: Russ Grimm. “I like his style, he was nasty.
  He wasn't super gifted, but he was relentless on the field. I really
  enjoy watching his highlight tapes.”                                                 ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
QUOTES                                                                            TOUCHDOWNS: 2008 (1 at Sea. 11/2/08), 2010
• Head coach Andy Reid on Herreman’s extension: “Todd’s intelli-                  (1 at Dal. 12/12/10)
  gence, toughness, durability, and leadership are second to none.                RECEIVING: 2-3-2lg-2TD – 2008, 2010
  Very few players in the NFL can play at an extremely high level at
  both the guard and tackle positions and Todd has done that for us.
  He has been a big part of the success of our offense over the last
  several years.”
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              CORNERBACK
                                                                 OT
               5-11, 185         Born 5/23/86 in Bloomington, IL
               Oregon State      Bloomington HS, Bloomington, IL
               4th year          Acquired - FA-NYG-2010


Brandon Hughes has been a key contributor on special teams and • Claims that having confi-                    THREE-STEP DROP
a solid reserve cornerback since joining the Eagles on 11/23/10.      dence is one of the most
Originally a fifth-round selection of the Chargers in 2009, Hughes    underrated attributes                   Person he’d most like to have dinner
spent his rookie campaign on the Injured Reserve list with a knee in- needed in the sport of                    with: Jesus. “I would ask him about
jury before landing on the New York Giants practice squad for the     football. “I like to think                the things that he did or said that
                                                                                                                weren’t documented in the Bible.”
first ten games of the 2010 season.                                   that football is 80 per-
                                                                                                              What actor would play you in a movie
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                       cent confidence and 20
                                                                                                                and why? “Derek Luke because peo-
                                                                      percent skill,” says
• Ranks third on the team with 59 special teams production points                                               ple say I look just like him.”
                                                                      Hughes. “A guy may not                  Favorite Movie: Any Denzel Washington
BIRDSEED                                                              be the most athletic or                   movie
                                                                      the biggest, but if he car-             TV Show: Law & Order
• Says his greatest love be-
                                 A BROTHER’S WORTH                    ries himself with confi-                Place to visit: New York City
   sides football is writing.
                                                                      dence, he can’t be                      Meal: Calamari
   Hughes, who was a staff Considers his older brother,
                                                                      stopped.”                               Book: Danger on Panther Peak by Bill
   member on Oregon Keybrooks, as one of the biggest in-
                                                                                                                Wallace
   State’s student newspa- fluences on his life and career. “He • Pregame ritual includes
                                                                      listening to Gospel music               Musicians: R. Kelly, Carl Thomas, Joe
   per, The Daily Barome- was a father figure to my siblings
                                                                      15-20 minutes prior to                  Websites: Google, Netflix
   ter, is intrigued by the and me,” remembers Hughes.                                                        Apps: TuneIn, Fruit Ninja
   journalistic aspect of “Even though he was my brother, I           taking the field
                                                                                                              What do you love most about Philly?
  writing - most specifi- used to call him ‘pops.’ As a                                                         “People are real; you can be yourself”
  cally the media side. “If I teenager, he had to sometimes                                                   Best restaurant in Philly: Raw
  wasn’t playing football, make adult decisions just to provide
  I’d probably be studying for the family. I admire him and he
  the communication field helped put me on the right track.”
  in a much broader                                                                     2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
  sense,” says Hughes.
                                                                            Date        Opp   W/L   P/S   S    A    T       Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
• Would like to be a skilled pianist one day. Hughes actually took a        Sep 9    at Cle   W     1/0   0    0    0       0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  class for one term in college, but it did not cater to his football       Sep 16      Bal   W     1/0   0    0    0       0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  schedule. “I had some free time for the class, but it was not             Sep 23   at Ari   L     1/0   1    0    1       0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  enough to meet my teacher’s expectations. I’m still working on it,        Sep 30      NYG   W     1/0   3    0    3       0.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
  though.”                                                                  Oct 7    at Pit   L     1/0   0    0    0       0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
PERSONAL                                                                    Oct 14      Det   L     1/0   2    0    2       0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                                                            Oct 28      Atl   L     1/0   0    0    0       0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
• A three-year letterman and two-year starter at Bloomington (IL)
                                                                            Nov 5    at NO
  HS, finished his career with 34 receptions for 1,008 receiving yards
                                                                            Nov 11      Dal
  and 16 touchdowns. Also played defensive back
                                                                            Nov 18   at Was
• Earned first-team All-Big 12 Conference honors as a senior and            Nov 26      Car
  was a member of a team that went 13-1 and was the state’s 6A              Dec 2    at Dal
  state runner-up. Says his favorite moment in his sports career is         Dec 9    at TB
  the back-to-back runs his high school team made to the state fi-          Dec 13      Cin
  nals                                                                      Dec 23      Was
• Also competed in track & field, where he was a two-time Intercity         Dec 30   at NYG
  Meet champion and a school record-holder in the 400-meter                 Totals      7/0 6   0 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 2                                  0 0
  event
• What he loves most about the game of
  football: “I love the team aspect. You can                             HUGHES’ CAREER STATISTICS
  always find yourself being around a dif-
  ferent group of characters. In my eyes,                                    TACKLES          INTERCEPTIONS
  that’s what makes football so fun.”         Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sack Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds                                     STT
                                              2010 Phil. 1/0           3   2    1   0.0 0.0 0    0  0    0 0 0 0 0                                   1
            CAREER HIGHS                      2011 Phil. 13/1          6   5    1   0.0 0.0 0    0  0    0 0 0 0 0                                   5
                                              2012 Phil. 7/0           6   6    0   0.0 0.0 0    0  0    0 2 0 0 0                                   3
    Tackles 4         (11/27/11 vs. NE)       TOTALS       21/1      15 13      2   0.0 0.0 0    0  0    0 2 0 0 0                                   9

                                             PLAYOFFS
                                             2010 Phil. 0/0             0       0      0      0.0   0.0   0     0       0     0    0   0   0   0      0
                                             TOTALS     0/0             0       0      0      0.0   0.0   0     0       0     0    0   0   0   0      0
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                DEFENSIVE END
                                                        TS
                 6-0, 248     Born 1/10/86 in Fort Worth, TX
                 Houston      Dunbar HS, Fort Worth, TX
                 2nd year     Acquired - FA-11


 A former sack artist for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the CFL, • First job: Worked in                    THREE-STEP DROP
 Phillip Hunt is a versatile contributor to the Eagles special teams     park services at Hurri-
 units and provides depth to the defensive line rotation. Prior to his   cane Harbor, a water             Favorite moment in sports growing up:
 arrival in Philadelphia, Hunt amassed 19 sacks from 2009-10 for         park                                “Before games when I would get one-
 Winnipeg, including a league-leading 16 in 2010. Originally a rookie • Was a two-time first-                on-one time with my dad and he’d
                                                                                                             give me pep talks.”
 free agent signing of the Cleveland Browns in 2009, Hunt played col-    team all-district selec-         Actor most likely to play him in a movie:
 legiately at Houston and finished his career as the school’s all-time   tion at Dunbar High                 Maurice Chestnut
 leader in sacks with 34.                                                School                           If not in football, he’d be: A firefighter
 CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                     • Majored in kinesiology           What he loves most about Philly: “How
                                                                         and sports administra-              serious the football fans are.”
 • Amassed 19 sacks in two seasons for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers
                                                                         tion                             Hobbies off the field: “Going to the park
   of the CFL, including a league-leading 16 in 2010
                                                                                                             with my son, shopping and travel-
                                                                       • Has a son, Cameron
 PERSONAL                                                                                                    ing.”
                                                                       • Full name: Phillip               Funniest player on the Eagles: “LeSean
 • On his bucket list: “I want to establish a youth program for kids     Wayne Hunt, Jr.                     McCoy because he’s always saying
   who grow up in poverty and show them that there’s a way out.
                                                                                                             crazy stuff every time you see him.”
   Going through what I went through in life, I want other kids to
                                                                                                          Restaurant in Philly: Miss Tootsie’s
   know what’s out there.”                                                                                   Soul Food
 • Favorite musician: Young Jeezy; Place to visit: Paris; Teams/ath-                                      Athletes to watch right now: Michael
   letes growing up: Dallas Mavericks, Texas Rangers, Michael Jor-                                           Vick and LeBron James
   dan, Scottie Pippen and Vince Carter; App: Pandora; Movie: The                                         Meal: Nachos with chicken
   Wood; Car: Dodge Challenger; TV show: The Game                                                         Greatest love besides football: “My
                                                                                                             family.”
                                                                                                          Quote: “Keep your friends close, but
                THE LONG ROAD TO THE NFL
                                                                                                             your enemies closer.”
 Phillip Hunt has been through a great deal in his journey
 to the NFL. After enduring a rough upbringing in Fort
 Worth, TX, Hunt said he very easily could have gone down the
 wrong path. “Where I grew up, it was either play sports or fall
 under negative influences. I played sports,” says Hunt.                            2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
 His mother, Noni Roberts, raised Phillip and his two siblings, his
                                                                        Date        Opp   W/L   P/S   S     A    T   Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
 sister Shaunte and his brother Calvin. She worked as a beauti-
                                                                        Sep 9    at Cle   W     1/0   1     0    1   0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
 cian and styled customers’ hair in her own home. “My mom is the
                                                                        Sep 16      Bal   W     1/0   0     0    0   0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
 biggest inspiration to me to make something out of my life. She
                                                                        Sep 23   at Ari   L     1/0   0     2    2   0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
 sacrificed everything to make ends meet, was on her feet all day
                                                                        Sep 30      NYG   W     1/0   0     0    0   0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
 doing hair. I owe everything to her.”
                                                                        Oct 7    at Pit   L     1/0   0     1    1   0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
 After being urged to play football at an early age by his grand-       Oct 14      Det   L     1/0   0     0    0   0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
 mother, Lula, Phillip saw immediate success and was a star             Oct 28      Atl   L     1/0   0     0    0   0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
 player at Dunbar High School. He then went on to play four sea-        Nov 5    at NO
 sons at Houston, finishing his career as the school’s all-time         Nov 11      Dal
 leader in sacks with 34.                                               Nov 18   at Was
 Despite his success in college, Hunt went undrafted in 2009 and        Nov 26      Car
 didn’t make an NFL roster after being released as a rookie free        Dec 2    at Dal
                 agent with the Cleveland Browns. From there, he        Dec 9    at TB
                 chose to sign with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of        Dec 13      Cin
                 the CFL, where he flourished, leading the league       Dec 23      Was
                  with 16 sacks in 2010 before battling his way onto    Dec 30   at NYG
                  the Eagles roster in 2011.                            Totals                  7/0   1      3   4    0.0   2   0   0    0   0    0 0


                                                                       HUNT’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                      TACKLES                      INTERCEPTIONS
                                          Year Team    GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks            Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR                   Yd       STT
          CAREER HIGHS                    2011 Phil.   9/0    11    8    3   2.0          14.0   0    0  0    0 0 0 0                    0        0
Tackles   5     (12/18/11 vs. NYJ)        2012 Phil.   7/0     4    1    3   0.0           0.0   0    0  0    0 0 0 0                    0        4
Sacks     1.0   (2x - 12/18/11 vs. NYJ)   TOTALS       16/0   15    9    6   2.0          14.0   0    0  0    0 0 0 0                    0        4
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              WIDE RECEIVER
                                                              NM
                5-10, 175     Born 12/1/86 in Los Angeles, CA
                California    Long Beach Poly, Long Beach, CA
                5th year      Acquired - D2b-08 (49th overall)                                                       Pro Bowls: 2009, 2010



Armed with a unique combination of speed, skill and a relentless, • Set           Eagles     rookie THREE-STEP DROP
competitive nature, DeSean Jackson has become arguably the most          records in receiving
dynamic weapon in the NFL, and was rewarded with a five-year deal        yards (912) and total Favorite App: Instagram
on March 14, 2012, that will keep him with Philadelphia through          yards from scrimmage Favorite Athlete to Watch Now: Kobe
2016. The team’s 2nd round draft pick in 2008 out of California, Jack-   (1,008) in 2008                Bryant
son followed up a record-setting rookie campaign with two Pro Bowl • Set Eagles record for Love most about Philadelphia: That it’s
                                                                                                        a blue collar, all-business city. It’s all
campaigns in 2009 and 2010. In fact, he became the first player in       rookie WRs (2nd among          about hard work here
league history to earn a Pro Bowl berth at two positions in 2009.        all rookies) with 62 re- Favorite Person to follow on Twitter:
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                        ceptions in 2008, sur-         Kevin Hart
• Became the first player in NFL history to earn Pro Bowl honors at      passing Don Looney's First job: Washing cars and cutting
  two positions (kick returner and wide receiver) in 2009. Also re-      total of 58 (1940). Also       lawns at 12 years old
  ceived The Sporting News first-team All-Pro honors and Associ-         became the first Eagles Talent I’d Most Like to Have: To fly
  ated Press second-team All Pro                                         rookie to lead team in Bucket List: Travel overseas to Sydney,
                                       D-JAC ON THE ATTACK               catches since Keith            Australia
  honors at punt returner
                                                                         Jackson (81 in 1988)         Actor That Would Play You in a Movie:
• Registered 8 TDs of 50+ yards in Since entering NFL as a
                                                                                                        Mike Epps
  2009, tying Elroy “Crazy Legs” 2nd round draft choice in 2008, 2012 HIGHLIGHTS
                                                                                                      Favorite teams and athletes growing
  Hirsch (1951) and Devin Hester      Jackson is first in the NFL in • Snagged 7 catches for
                                                                                                        up: Atlanta Braves, Los Angeles Lak-
  (2007) for the NFL record           yds/catch (17.5) among players     114 yards, including a         ers and Michael Jordan
• His average of 52.8 yards per with 250+ receptions                     49-yard grab from Vick,
  score in 2009 was the highest in                                       vs. Bal (9/16)
  NFL history among players with at least 10 TDs scored in a sea- • Hauled in 6 passes for 99 yards vs. NYG (9/30), including a 19-yard
  son. Chicago’s Harlon Hill previously held the record with a 50.6      TD catch from Vick
  average in 1956
                                                                       BIRDSEED                              ON THE FAST TRACK
• Is one of five players in NFL history to have eclipsed the 900-yard
  mark in each of their first four NFL seasons and became the 4th • In honor of his father, Bill, Jackson became the fastest
  Eagles to top the 1,000-yard mark in consecutive seasons, joining      who passed away from pan- player in Eagles history to reach
  Irving Fryar (1996-97), Mike Quick (1983-85), and Tommy McDon-         creatic cancer in 2009, De- 250 career receptions in a week
  ald (1961-62)                                                          Sean and his family created five contest at Pittsburgh in 2012.
                                                                         a family foundation, The De- Only four others have reached that
• Holds the Eagles record for most receiving yards in his first four
                                                                         Sean Jackson Foundation plateau after their first five seasons
  NFL seasons, surpassing the total set by Mike Quick (3,864)
                                                                         for Pancreatic Cancer. The in Philly: Mike Quick, Fred Barnett,
• Is the Eagles all-time leader in punt return touchdowns (4) and        foundation raises money Brian Westbroook and Keith Byars
  playoff punt return yards (145). Ranks 3rd with 1,223 punt return      and awareness for this
  yards in the regular season record book, trailing Brian Mitchell       deadly disease and also works to improve the quality of life for
  (1,369) and Wally Henry (1,231)                                        patients and their immediate family members who seek informa-
• Became the 2nd player in NFL history to score TDs via receiving,       tion and assistance during this vulnerable time. For more infor-
  rushing and punt return during each of his first three seasons,        mation on these efforts, please log on to foundation10.com
  joining Washington’s Dick Todd (1939-41)                             • Is the founder and CEO of Jaccpot Records, and so far, has five
• Has averaged 44.5 yards per score on 31 career TDs (including          artists in that record label company. “Music is a place where I can
  postseason). Additionally, 22 of his TDs traveled 30+ yards (in-       find peace in my life, especially growing up in a rough neighbor-
  cluding 15 TDs of 50+ yards)                                           hood. Music motivates and inspires me through life’s challenges.
• In 2009, Jackson (23 years old), Jeremy Maclin (21) and Brent          I also love being able to give young musicians a chance to fulfill
  Celek (24), became the first trio of teammates aged 24-years-or-       their dreams.” One of his artists is a 14-year old from Philadelphia
  younger in NFL history to each post 50+ catches, 750+ yards and        named Young Retro
  4+ TDs. Additionally, he and Celek became the first duo in team
  history to each compile 900+ receiving yards in the same season                                       DESEAN’S TRUE HEROES
• In 2011, Jackson, Maclin and Celek became the first trio of team-
                                                                                              Inspired by his cousin, Jimmy Jackson, a
  mates to each post 800+ yards in team history.
                                                                                              Vietnam War veteran who earned two purple
• In 2009, became the first player in NFL history to record a 60+                             hearts and two bronze stars during his
  yard TD in each of the first three games of a season. The last NFL                          tenure as a Sergeant E5 in the US Army,
  player to do so in any three consecutive games was KC’s Dante                                DeSean wanted to give back to the true he-
  Hall in 2003, and the last Eagle to do so was Jack Ferrante in 1945                          roes of our country. On September 11, 2012,
                                                                          he donated $50,000 to the Wounded Warrior Project during a visit
            Jackson became the first player in NFL history to             to the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey. Said
            post 3,500 receiving yards and 1,000 punt return              Jackson, “After seeing what Jimmy dealt with throughout his life,
            yards in his first four seasons in the league                 this is a cause that really hits home for me. The people in the mil-
                                                                          itary put their lives on the line for us every day.”
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                                                                                            PLAYER OF THE WEEK/MONTH AWARDS
                Jackson ranks 2nd in team history with four 150-
                yard receiving games behind Tommy McDonald,                              NFC Offensive POW            Dec. 12, 2010 at DAL
                (5). Fred Barnett and Ben Hawkins each have four                         NFC Special Teams POM            December, 2009
                                                                                         NFC Special Teams POW        Dec. 13, 2009 at NYG
PERSONAL                                                                                 NFC Offensive POW            Oct. 26, 2009 at WAS
                                                                                         NFC Offensive POM               September, 2009
• Resides in Los Angeles and Philadelphia. Son of Gayle, a proud
                                                                                         NFC Special Teams POW       Sept. 13, 2009 at CAR
  member of Delta Sigma Theta sorority, and the late Bill Jackson.
  Has four older brothers, who all played football in college
                                                                           • In 2011, Jackson took part in a Nike and Foot Locker TV ad along
• Credits all of his four older brothers for making him the athlete he        with NBA stars Amar’e Stoudemire and Chris Bosh ... also ap-
  is today. They would have their little brother up on Sunday morn-           peared with Ray Lewis, Shawne Merriman, and Tony Gonzalez on
  ings the day after his high school games working on his skills.             a Funny or Die web show entitled “Field of Dreams2: NFL Lock-
  "When other kids were still in bed on Sundays, my brothers had              out with Taylor Lautner”
  me up working. They made me tough. They wouldn't let me be a
                                                                           • In 2010, Jackson was joined by Dwight Howard, Chris Johnson,
  punk.” All four brothers played collegiate football: Byron (San
                                                                              Tyson Gay, Maureece Greene, and Shaquille O’Neal in a relay race
  Jose St.), Derrick (Idaho St.), Travis (Utah St.) and Jay (Santa Mon-
                                                                              on an episode of ABC’s Shaq Vs.
  ica Junior College). Also has an older sister, Adreea
                                                                           • DeSean has become a spokesperson for the Eagles Play 60 cam-
• An All-America selection as a senior at Long Beach Polytechnic
                                                                              paign. This initiative promotes physical fitness to help combat the
  HS, was the recipient of the 2004 Glenn Davis Award by the Los
                                                                              youth obesity epidemic
  Angeles Times as Southern California's POY. Posted 60 receptions
  for 1,075 yards and 15 TDs (two for punt returns), and led his team • Has become involved with the United Way, participating in a PSA
  to the CIF Southern Section championship. In the CIF title game,            for the United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania
  he was a last-minute replacement on defense and responded with           • In December of 2008, hosted a birthday party for senior citizens at
  two INTs, one of which he returned 68 yards for a TD. Earned All-           the Stapeley Nursing Home where his aunt resides. DeSean
  State accolades as a junior                                                 passed out gifts and birthday cake to the residents
• Also starred in baseball and was ranked by Baseball America as • Graced the cover of EA Sports NCAA Football 2009
  the third-best all-around athlete in the MLB draft prospect pool in • Played basketball in high school and is a high-scoring player on
  2005 after hitting .380 with 20 stolen bases in his senior season.          the Eagles offseason basketball squad
  Also set the state 4x100 record in track                                 • For more info, log on to DeSeanJackson10.com, his authentic
• Credits his parents for doing a great job of keeping him out of all         twitter account at DeseanJackson10, or by facebook at www.face-
  the trouble that he could have gotten into living in the Crenshaw           book.com/DeSeanJackson10 ... Snoop Dogg created a track in
  section of Los Angeles. "I had friends who've been shot, paralyzed          honor of Jackson that introduces his web site
  and put in jail. It was unfortunate to see people I considered • Majored in social welfare
  friends involved in things that could get them killed. If I was-
  n't involved in sports and didn't have my father to keep me                   BIG PLAY D.J.
  out of those things, I could have ended up the same way."
                                                                    Of Jackson’s 31 career touchdowns, 22
• Jackson’s brother, Byron, who spent two seasons in the NFL
                                                                    have covered 30+ yards:
  on the Chiefs practice squad (1992-93), began taping De-
  Sean's football games at a very young age in order to help 10/5/08            vs. Was    68-yd. punt return
  him hone his skills. Eventually he hopes to use that footage 1/18/09          at Arz*    62-yd. pass from McNabb
                                                                    9/13/09     at Car     85-yd. punt return
  in a documentary some day
                                                                  9/20/09      vs. NO      71-yd. pass from Kolb
                                                                  9/27/09      vs. KC      64-yd. pass from Kolb
                            ANTI-BULLYING CAMPAIGN                10/26/09     at Was      67-yd. run
                       When Jackson learned of Nadin              10/26/09     at Was      57-yd. pass from McNabb
                                                                  11/1/09      vs. NYG     54-yd. pass from McNabb
                        Khoury’s nightmarish day at school
                                                                  11/22/09     at Chi      48-yd. pass from McNabb
                        in suburban Philadelphia in 2011,         11/29/09     vs. Was     35-yd. pass from McNabb
                        he wanted to help. When the 13-           12/13/09     at NYG      72-yd. punt return
                        year-old Khoury made a brave ap-          12/13/09     at NYG      60-yd. pass from McNabb
                        pearance on “The View” to tell his        9/19/10      at Det      45-yd. pass from Vick
                         story of being beaten by six older       9/26/10      at Jax      61-yd. pass from Vick
                         students to a national TV audi-          10/17/10     vs. Atl     31-yd. run
                         ence, Jackson made it a point to         10/17/10     vs. Atl     34-yd. pass from Kolb
                                                                  11/15/10     at Was      88-yd. pass from Vick
visit him that on set that day to uplift his spirits. Since
                                                                  12/12/10     at Dal      91-yd. pass from Vick
then, Jackson regularly speaks with Nadin, took him to            12/19/10     at NYG      65-yd. punt return
the ESPYs as a special guest, and has made it a point to          10/9/11      at Buf      31-yd. pass from Vick
speak to schools in Philadelphia and California in an effort      12/11/11     at Mia      34-yd. pass from Vick
to put bullying to an end.                                        1/1/12       vs. Was     62-yd. pass from Vick
                                                                  * Playoffs
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                       2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS                                                    100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES (14)

                                  RECEIVING         RUSHING           PUNT RETURNS                    Yds   Date       Opp         Rec TD
Date      Opp   W/L   GP/GS   No Yds Avg Lg TD Att Yds Avg Lg TD No FC Yds Avg Lg          TD TYS     210   12/12/10   at Dal (W)    4 1
Sep 9 at Cle    W     1/1      4 77 19.3 35 0 1 5 5.0 5 0 0 0 0 0.0 0                       0 82      178   12/13/09   at NYG (W) 6 1
Sep 16 Bal      W     1/1      7 114 16.3 49 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0                      0 114     171   10/2/11    vs. SF (L)    6 0
Sep 23 at Ari   L     1/1      3 43 14.3 16 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0                       0 43      153   9/26/10    at Jax (W)    5 1
Sep 30 NYG      W     1/1      6 99 16.5 32 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0                       0 99      149   9/27/09    vs. KC (W)    6 1
Oct 7 at Pit    L     1/1      4 58 14.5 24 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0                       0 58      140   12/20/09   vs. SF (W)    6 1
Oct 14 Det      L     1/1      5 74 14.8 30 0 1 -14-14.0 -14 0 1 0 -3 -3.0 -3               0 60      135   9/19/10    at Det (W)    4 1
Oct 28 Atl      L     1/1      5 59 11.8 32 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0                       0 59      114   9/16/12    vs. Bal (W) 7 0
Nov 5 at NO                                                                                           110   9/15/08    at Dal (L)    6 0
Nov 11 Dal                                                                                            109   11/7/10    vs. Ind (W)   7 1
Nov 18 at Was                                                                                         107   11/22/09   at Chi. (W)   8 1
Nov 26 Car                                                                                            106   9/7/08     vs. StL (W) 6 0
Dec 2 at Dal                                                                                          102   9/11/11    at StL (W)    6 1
Dec 9 at TB                                                                                           101   9/20/09    vs. NO (L)    4 1
Dec 13 Cin
Dec 23 Was
Dec 30 at NYG
Totals                7/7     34 524 15.4 49 1       2 -9 -4.5 5 0    1 0    -3 -3.0 -3 0 515


                                    JACKSON’S CAREER STATISTICS
                            RECEIVING            RUSHING                                        PUNT RETURNS
Year Team        GP/GS No Yds Avg Lg TD Att Yds Avg Lg TD No                               FC     Yds Avg  Lg TD
2008 Phil.       16/15  62 912 14.7 60 2 17 96 4.6 21 1 50                                 16     440 8.8 68t 1
2009 Phil.       15/15  62 1156 18.6 71t 9 11 137 12.5 67t 1 29                            15     441 15.2 85t 2
2010 Phil.       14/14  47 1056 22.5 91t 6 16 104 6.5 31t 1 20                              8     231 11.6 65t 1
2011 Phil.       15/15  58 961 16.6 62t 4    7 41 5.9 18 0 17                              12     114 6.8   51 0
2012 Phil.       7/7    34 524 15.4 49 1     2 -9 -4.5 5 0     1                            0      -3 -3.0  -3 0
TOTALS:          67/66 263 4609 17.5 91t 22 53 369 7.0 67t 3 117                           51    1223 10.5 85t 4

PLAYOFFS
2008 Phil.       3/3           11   207   18.8 62t    1    1    2    2.0    2     0    7    2 122 17.4      62   0
2009 Phil.       1/1            3    14    4.7 6      1    0    0    0.0    0     0    2    2   9 4.5        8   0
2010 Phil.       1/1            2    47   23.5 28     0    0    0    0.0    0     0    1    1 14 14.0       14   0
TOTALS           5/5           16   268   16.8 62t    2    1    2    2.0    2     0   10    5 145 14.5      62   0

ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
FUMBLES/LOST: (13/5) - 2008 (4/2), 2009 (3/1), 2010 (4/1), 2011 (1/1), 2012 (1/0)
PASSING: 2008 (1-0-0-1INT-0TDs)
KICKOFF RETURNS: 2-12-12lg; 1-0-0lg vs. TB 10/11/09, 1-12-12lg vs. Pit. 9/21/08



                                               CAREER HIGHS
Recepts          8            (2x - 11/22/09 at Chi.)       Punt rets.      8         (9/7/08 vs. StL)
Yards            210          (12/12/10 at Dal)             Yards           109       (1/4/09 at Min., NFC-WC)
Long             91t          (12/12/10 at Dal)                             106       (9/13/09 at Car.)
TDs              1            (22x - 9/30/12 vs. NYG)       Long            85t       (9/13/09 at Car.)
Rush atts.       3            (3x - 11/7/10 vs. Ind)
Yards            67           (10/26/09 at Was)
Long             67t          (10/26/09 at Was)
TDs              1            (3x - 10/17/10 vs. Atl)
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                                                                     VT
               6-2, 305              Born 1/20/81 in Detroit, MI
               Central Michigan      Belleville HS, Belleville, MI
               9th year              Acquired - FA (GB) 2011


An imposing and versatile presence along the defensive line, Jenk- BIRDSEED
ins signed a five-year contract with the Eagles on 7/30/11 after                                    THREE-STEP DROP
                                                                      • His older brother, Kris,
spending his first seven seasons with the Green Bay Packers. Orig-
                                                                        was a former All-Pro Greatest love outside of football: Fam-
inally an undrafted free agent signing of the Packers in 2003, Jenk-                                 ily, fishing
                                                                        DT with the Carolina
ins has experience at both defensive tackle and defensive end, and
                                                                        Panthers and New York Actor who would play him in a movie:
is the younger brother of former All-Pro DT Kris Jenkins.                                            Delroy Lindo
                                                                        Jets
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                      SACKS BY UNDRAFTED
                                                                      • Has aspirations of fol-
                                                                                                   Person he’d most like to have dinner
                                         PLAYERS SINCE 2004                                          with: Barack Obama
• Since entering the league in                                          lowing in his father’s Favorite movie: Step Brothers
   2004, ranks fifth among all un- Player                    Sacks      footsteps and becoming TV shows: House, Family Guy
   drafted players with 35.5 sacks James Harrison              59.0     an elementary school Musician: Jay Z
• Led the NFL in 2005 with three James Hall                    51.5     teacher after his play- Favorite activity in Philly: Eating
   blocked kicks, joining Chicago’s  Chris Clemons             49.0     ing days are over          Best restaurant in Philly: Morimoto
   Alfonso Boone (2) as one of just Adewale Ogunleye           42.0   • Enjoys fishing, espe- Pregame ritual: “Relax and try to envi-
   two players with multiple blocks Cullen Jenkins             35.5     cially in Florida. His       sion the game in my head.”
   that year                         Cameron Wake              35.5     best catch was either a
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                         62-inch golden amberjack or a 9’1” hammerhead shark. In fact,
                                                                        once took an offseason fishing trip to Key West and estimates he
• Recorded a sack and four hurries of Matt Ryan vs. Atl. (10/28)        caught 60 pounds of tuna, wahoo, snapper and mackerel
• Tied a career high with seven tackles vs. NYG (9/30), including one • His father, Darome Jenkins was an elementary school teacher
   for a loss while adding two quarterback hurries                      after playing college football at Eastern Michigan. He was Cullen’s
• Recovered a fumble vs. Bal (9/16) deep in Ravens territory, which     little-league football coach growing up. “He has definitely been a
   led to an Eagles touchdown                                           major influence on my career as far as teaching me the game and
                                                                        motivating my brother and me to be the best we can be as play-
                                                                        ers.”
            2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS                              • Recently took up boxing as an alternative offseason training
Date       Opp W/L P/S     S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR            method. “It really helps you with hand-eye coordination and
Sep 9 at Cle W 1/1         2    2 4 0.0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0                   core/hip mobility. I can already see it has allowed me to become
Sep 16     Bal W 1/1       1    1 2 0.0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1                   a better overall athlete.”
Sep 23 at Ari L      1/1   0    0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 • Says that quickness, balance and intelligence are underrated
Sep 30     NYG W 1/1       5    2 7 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0                   skills needed to excel as a defensive lineman. “Everyone always
Oct 7 at Pit L       1/1   0    3 3 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0                   told me I was too small to play defensive tackle and not fast
Oct 14     Det L     1/1   1    3 4 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0                   enough to play defensive end, but I think the reason that I’ve been
Oct 28     Atl L     1/1   3    3 6 1.0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0                   able to have success at both positions is becuase of having good
Nov 5 at NO                                                             balance, good short-area quickness, and really working to un-
Nov 11     Dal                                                          derstand the game and what my opponents are trying to do.”
Nov 18 at Was
Nov 26     Car                                                                              PAYING HIS DUES
Dec 2 at Dal                                                           Now one of the league’s most consistent and versatile
Dec 9 at TB                                                            pass-rushing defensive tackles, Jenkins endured a challenging
Dec 13     Cin                                                         road to NFL stardom. A collegiate standout at Central Michigan,
Dec 23     Was                                                         Jenkins slipped under the NFL’s radar during the draft was finally
Dec 30 at NYG                                                          picked up as a rookie free agent by the Green Bay Packers in 2003.
Totals               7/7  12 14 26 1.0 18 0 0 0 0 0 1                  He was released as part of the team’s final roster cut down, and
                                                                       ended up taking a job in landscaping in his hometown in Michigan.
                                                                       He wondered if he would ever play football again. Jenkins then
                                                                       committed to the arena football league, before re-signing with the
                                                                       Packers and being allocated to NFL Europe’s Cologne Centurions.
                                                                       He then went on to have seven successful seasons with Green Bay,
                                                                       including a Super Bowl in 2010, prior to signing with the Eagles in
                                                                       2011.
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PERSONAL                                                                • Assisted in the Campbell’s Chunky Soup “Click For Cans” com-
                                                                          petition, helping unload soup from a truck to give to participating
• Married to his high school sweetheart, Pashun. The couple has
                                                                          pantries
  two children, Jasmin and Ashanti
                                                                        • Also served breakfast at a Hardee’s in Green Bay to raise money
• Earned all-conference honors as a senior at Belleville High School
                                                                          for multiple sclerosis
• Garnered all-conference accolades in track, competing in the 100-
                                                                        • In 2007, received the ‘Nice Guy Award’ at the annual Doug
  meter dash and 300-meter hurdles
                                                                          Jirschele Sports Awards Banquet in Clintonville, WI, and taped a
• Also earned two letters in basketball                                   PSA for the Red Cross, encouraging blood donation
• Is an active supporter of ‘Reaching the Stars’, which raises money    • In 2006, was a guest at a Swan House auction, a house built with
  for cystic fibrosis                                                     donated time and materials designated for single-parent college
• Other volunteer work includes reading books to school children          students
  and speaking to Pop Warner football teams about sportsmanship         • Majored in elementary education and plans to earn his degree
  and what it takes to become a professional athlete                      after his playing days are over
• Participated in a panel discussion in honor of Black History Month
  at the Packers Hall of Fame in 2009
• Served as a celebrity tasting judge for the Exceptional Equestrians
  Celebrity Booyah Bash in 2009 in Green Bay, raising money to pro-
  vide educational and therapeutic horseback riding instruction for
  people with special needs


                      JENKINS’ CAREER STATISTICS                                                         CAREER HIGHS
                           TACKLES            INTERCEPTIONS                                 Sacks     3.0   (12/17/06 vs Det)
Year Team    GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yards Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds                      Tackles   7     (4x - 9/30/12 vs NYG)
2004 GB      16/6    28  18 10     4.5 29.5 0 0 0 0 2 1 1            0                      INTs      1     (10/18/09 vs Det)
2005 GB      16/12   49  28 21     3.0 20.5 0 0 0 0 7 0 1 -2
2006 GB      14/5    48  28 20     6.5 62.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2            0                        MULTI-SACK GAMES (5)
2007 GB      16/15   49  31 18     1.0  2.0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0            0
                                                                                            Sk    Opponent
2008 GB      4/4     18  13   5    2.5 25.5 0 0 0 0 1 1 0            0
                                                                                            3.0   12/17/06 vs. Det.
2009 GB      16/16   50  33 17     4.5 40.5 1 4 4 0 1 3 0            0
                                                                                            2.0   9/18/11 at Atl.
2010 GB      11/8    29  20   9    7.0 44.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0            0
                                                                                            2.0   12/5/10 vs. SF
2011 Phil.   16/16   61  40 21     5.5 24.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 1            3
                                                                                            1.5   9/21/08 vs. Dal.
2012 Phil.   7/7     26  12 14     1.0 11.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1            0
                                                                                            1.5   1/12/08 vs. Sea., NFC-D
TOTALS       116/89 358 223 135 35.5 259.5 1 4 4 0 23 5 6            1

PLAYOFFS
2004 GB      1/0        1     0    1     0.0    0.0   0    0   0    0    0    0   0    0
2007 GB      2/2       10     7    3     1.5   16.0   0    0   0    0    1    0   0    0
2009 GB      1/1        2     1    1     0.0    0.0   0    0   0    0    0    0   0    0
2010 GB      4/0        7     6    1     0.5    2.5   0    0   0    0    0    0   0    0
TOTALS       8/3       20    14    6     2.0   18.5   0    0   0    0    1    0   0    0

ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
BLOCKED PAT: (2) - Blocked P.Dawson attempt vs. Cle (9/18/05); blocked J.Kasay at-
tempt at Car. (10/3/05)
BLOCKED FG: (1) - Blocked J.Reed attempt vs. Pit. (11/6/05)
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              WIDE RECEIVER
                                                               NP
               5-8, 175     Born 11/22/89 in Norco, LA
               Tulsa        Destrehan HS, Destrehan, LA
               Rookie       Acquired - Rookie FA (2012)


One of the most explosive players in NCAA history, Damaris (da- • Also played baseball as THREE-STEP DROP
MAHR-is) Johnson signed a rookie free agent contract with the Ea-      a 7-year old and even
gles in 2012. Despite only playing three seasons at Tulsa (2008-10),   made the 8-year old Favorite TV show: Law & Order SVU
he finished his career as the NCAA’s all-time leader in all-purpose    all-star team that year Favorite teams growing up: NY Yankees
yardage (7,796) and kickoff return yardage (3,417). The speedy re-     as a shortstop               and Indianapolis Colts
ceiver and return man registered a whopping 150 plays of 20-plus • A three-year starter at Most Memorable Concert: Lyfe Jen-
yards along the way for the Golden Hurricanes.                                                      nings and Anthony Hamilton at the
                                                                       Destrehan (LA) HS            The Pontchartrain Center
BIRDSEED                          THE YARD MASTER
                                                                       (suburb of New Or- Favorite Book: The Outsiders
                                                                       leans), finished his ca- Favorite athletes to watch growing up:
• Became the first Eagle
                            Johnson accumulated the equiv-             reer as the school’s         Derek Jeter and Peyton Manning
  to don jersey number
                            alent of 4.4 miles during his THREE        all-time leading re- Most memorable moment in sports
  13 in a regular season
                                                                       ceiver with 154 catches      growing up: Winning the Hawaii Bowl
  game since punter years of college football (7,796 yards),
                            more than any other player in NCAA         for 2,620 yards and 30       as a senior in college and breaking
  Rick Engles did so in
                                                                       touchdowns. Was a            the NCAA all-time record in yards
  1978. Ironically, En- history. Here’s a breakdown:
                                                                       two-time all-state per- Favorite App: Pandora
  gles also played at                           Yards Att. Avg.                                   First Job: At Children’s Place for
                                                                       former
  Tulsa                     Kickoff returns     3,417 134 25.5                                      $40/week
                                                                     • As a senior, caught 81
• Grew up in the same Receiving yards           2,746 188 14.6
                                                                       passes for 1,228 yards Favorite part about playing football: “I
  neighborhood as NFL Rushing yards             1,062 122 8.7                                       love to compete, period. And I try to
                                                                       and 12 TDs while lead-
  defensive        backs Punt returns             571 47 12.1                                       do everything on the field like it’s my
                                                                       ing his team to a 14-0
  LaRon and Dawan Total yards per touch:                     15.9                                   last day doing it.”
                                                                       record and a state Talent I’d Most Like to Have: Artistic
  Landry and attended
                                                                       championship. In fact,       skills
  the same high school as Ravens All-Pro safety Ed Reed
                                                                       was named MVP of the
• Recruited by TCU, Illinois, Memphis and Louisiana-Lafayette, but     state title game
  settled on Tulsa after being recruited by renowned offensive co-
                                                                     • Also played basketball for three years as a point guard and base-
  ordinator Gus Malzahn the head coach at Arkansas State
                                                                       ball for one year as his team lost in the state championship final
• Credits his older brother, Joshua, and his older cousin, Mark        game
  Young, for helping him develop most as a football player. “We al-
                                                                     • Majored in organizational studies
  ways played sports together growing up. They were both great
  high school athletes and they showed me the ropes.”
                                                                           2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
2012 HIGHLIGHTS
                                                                                       RECEIVING         RUSHING           PUNT RETURNS
• Posted 5 catches for 84 yds at Arz (9/23) while seeing Date        Opp W/L GP/GS No Yds Avg Lg TD Att Yds Avg Lg TD No FC Yds Avg Lg TD    TYS
  significant playing time for an injured Jeremy Maclin Sep 9 at Cle W 1/0          1 10 10.0 10 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 3 6 6.0 6 0                  10
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS                                         Sep 16 Bal W 1/0         1 13 13.0 13 0 1 6 6.0 6 0 3 1 10 3.3 4 0                 19
• A three-year starter at Tulsa, posted 2,746 career re- Sep 23 at Ari L 1/0        5 84 16.8 26 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2 3 16 8.0 12 0                84
  ceiving yards and 1,062 rushing yards. Also finished     Sep 30 NYG W 1/0         1 17 17.0 17 0 1 -1 -1.0 -1 0 1 1 3 3.0 3 0               16
  his career with 29 touchdowns (17 receiving, 8 rush-     Oct 7 at Pit L 1/0       0   0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 1 13 13.0 13 0                 0
  ing, two kickoff returns and two punt returns            Oct 14 Det                                  INACTIVE
                                                           Oct 28 Atl                                  INACTIVE
• Earned second-team All-America honors in 2010 and Nov 5 at NO
  was named the Conference USA special teams Nov 11 Dal
  player of the year. Led team with 872 rec. yards, 904 Nov 18 at Was
  KOR yards and 292 PR yards, while ranking second Nov 26 Car
  with 560 rushing yards                                   Dec 2 at Dal
• Scored 29 total touchdowns in his career, including Dec 9 at TB
  13 in 2010 (7 rushing, 4 receiving, 1 kickoff return and Dec 13 Cin
  1 punt return)                                           Dec 23 Was
PERSONAL                                                   Dec 30 at NYG
                                                           Totals            5/0    8 124 15.5 26 0 2 5 2.5 6 0 8 9 48 6.0 13 0              129
• Single and resides in Destrehan, LA, with his girl-
  firend, Chamon Jones, and their
  son, Skylar. His mother, Lori,                                      JOHNSON’S CAREER STATISTICS
  works at a hospital and with elder                                   RECEIVING                 RUSHING                 PUNT RETURNS
  care patients. Has an older Year Team GP/GS No Yds Avg Lg TD Att Yds Avg Lg TD No FC Yds Avg                                          Lg   TD
  brother, Joshua                        2012 Phil. 5/0           8 124 15.5 26 0           2    5 2.5 6 0          8 9 48 6.0 `13            0
• Started playing football as a 7-year TOTALS:         5/0        8 124 15.5 26 0           2    5 2.5 6 0          8 9 48 6.0          13    0
  old RB and DB for the Hahnville
  Tigers                                 FUMBLES: 2012 (1/1)
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              WIDE RECEIVER
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               5-10,185 Born 8/3/88 in Muskegon, MI
               USC      Muskegon HS, Muskegon, MI
               1st year Acquired - WA (2011)


After spending a majority of the 2011 campaign on the Eagles prac- PERSONAL
tice squad, Ron Johnson signed a reserve/futures contract with the
                                                                         • Enjoys       community
                                                                                                           THREE-STEP DROP
Eagles in 2012. He was placed on Injured Reserve on 8/4 after suf-
                                                                           service work. In the Nicknames: Ron Jon, Ro-Jo, Ro-Ro
fering an ankle injury during training camp. Originally a sixth round
                                                                           past, he has given mo- Hobbies: Basketball, video games (esp.
draft choice of San Francisco, Johnson played in 47 games at South-                                         Black Ops)
                                                                           tivational talks to ele-
ern California, racking up 3,501 all-purpose yards for the Trojans.
                                                                           mentary school kids. Dinner guest: Michael Jordan
Johnson is one of several athletes in his family, as his wife is a bas-
                                                                           “Giving back is some- Talent he’d most like to have: To be
ketball player at Temple University and his brother is a member of                                          able to roll his tongue
                                                                           thing that I want and
the Troy University football team.                                                                       Guilty Pleasure: Being kind
                                                                           can always do.”
BIRDSEED                                                                                                 Favorite song: “Look What You’ve
                                                                         • Recently married to              Done” - Drake
• Credits his family as being the biggest influence on his life and        Da’Kiya Johnson, a Meal: Steak
   career.“They’ve always been very supportive of me. They were            women’s       basketball TV Show: King of Queens
   willing to give me a way out. It’s nice to have so many people in my    player at Temple Uni- Movie: 300
   life who enjoy what I’m doing as much as I do.”                         versity who is working Teams/athletes growing up: Lions,
• Loves football because it has helped him realize what is important       toward a degree in ed-           Barry Sanders, Chad Johnson,
   in his life. “Football is a great game, and it’s helped me learn more   ucation                          Michael Jordan
   about life and it helps me handle problems that come up in life • Has            two       sisters, Athlete to watch now: Kobe Bryant
   better.”                                                                Dashae and Shamika. Website: YouTube
• Began playing football at the age of five because he was hyperac-        His younger brother, Place to visit: Hawaii
                                                                                                         Philly restaurant: Uncle Oogie's
   tive and his mother wanted him to put all of his extra energy to        Corey, plays wide re-
                                                                                                         Cell phone app: Tango
   good use. Grew up playing center before switching to wide re-           ceiver at Troy University
                                                                                                         Quote: “Treat others the way you want
   ceiver in high school                                                 • Son of Ronald Johnson,           to be treated.”
• Most underrated attribute at wide receiver: “Agility. You need to        Jr., a health care pro-
   be shifty rather than just running straight lines. You need to be       fessional, and Miranda Lebarge, a nurse
   able to do both, but the more tools that you have, the more dan- • Primary residence is in Muskegon, MI, but also resides in San
   gerous you become.”                                                     Francisco, CA and Philadelphia
• Favorite thing about Philadelphia: “Honestly, it’s the players and • Majored in sociology
   coaches in this building. They’re a great group and they’re all very INJURY HISTORY
   supportive.”
                                                                         • Was placed on Injured Reserve on 8/4/12 after suffering an ankle
• Enjoys running hills in California as part of his offseason training
                                                                           injury during training camp
   regimen
• Would trade places for a day with Eagles general manager Howie
   Roseman. “I’d love to know what he expects out of young players
   coming into the NFL from college.”                                                           2011 GAME-BY-GAME
• Favorite sports moment: “When Reggie Bush pushed Matt Leinart                        Date        Opp. W/L P/S No Yds Avg Lg TD
   into the end zone to cap off an 80+ yard drive and comeback                                 Spent Weeks 1-16 on Eagles practice squad
   against Notre Dame [10/16/05]”                                                      Jan 1       Was W        INACTIVE
• Pre-game rituals: Praying and listening to jazz music                                Totals                   0/0     0 0         0 0 0
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS
• Played in 47 games, racking up 3,501 all-purpose yards at USC                     JOHNSON’S CAREER STATISTICS
• As a senior, was an All-Pac 10 second-team selection as a punt           Year Team        GP/GS      No   Yds Avg Lg TD              STT
  returner and an honorable mention choice as a receiver. Played in        2011 Phil.       0/0         0     0   0.0  0   0             0
  13 games (12 starts), registering 64 receptions for 692 yards and        2012 Phil.       0/0        INJURED RESERVE/ANKLE
  8 touchdowns to go along with 22 punt returns for 312 yards (14.2        TOTALS           0/0         0     0   0.0  0   0              0
  avg) and a TD
• As a sophomore, played in 13 games (2 starts) and totaled 33 re-
  ceptions for 570 yards and 8 TDs. Also added 14 kickoff returns for
  380 yards (27.1 avg)
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                   6-1, 230                  Born 8/17/86 in Harrisonburg, VA
                   James Madison             Harrisonburg HS, Harrisonburg, VA
                   6th year                  Acquired - Rookie FA (2007)


Akeem Jordan is the team’s starting weakside linebacker and has • Biggest influence on his
seen action at all three linebacker positions during his career, while   career: His high school THREE-STEP DROP
also playing a key role on special teams. Originally an undrafted free   football coach. ‘Coach First job: Working at a thrift store
agent out of Division I-AA James Madison in 2007, Jordan signed a        Hook started me on the           called the Old Shop
two-year contract with the Eagles prior to the start of the 2011 sea-    right track. He believed in Talent he’d most like to have: Musical
                                                                                                          Instrument
son.                                                                     me and saw something in Bucket list: Skydiving
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                        me. He made me focus on Hobbies: Sudoku and Kakoru puzzles,
                                                                         my grades and taught me          online chess
• Notched two interceptions in 2009, becoming the first Eagles line-                                    Collections: glass figurines of extinct
                                                                         the importance of doing          animals
  backer with two picks in the same season since Ike Reese in 2004       well in school - I never re- Role model: Michael Jordan
• Snagged an interception off Saints QB Drew Brees vs. NO (9/20),                                                             mom’s spaghetti
                                                                         ally had that before Coach Favorite meal: Hisapple sauce and
                                                                                                          with cinnamon
  becoming the first Eagle linebacker with interceptions in consec-      Hook came around. He             garlic bread
  utive games since William Thomas in 1995                               wanted me to be the com- Car: 1997 Chevy Malibu that he used
                                                                         plete package.”                  to own
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                                                         Movies: Gladiator, Tristan and Isolde,
                                                                       • While in college, made fre-      and The Notebook
• Tied for team lead with seven special teams tackles
                                                                         quent trips to a nearby ju- TV show: Martin only one speed, and
                                                                                                        Quote: “There is
• Collected a team-high four special teams tackles at Cle. (9/9)         venile detention center to       that’s full speed.”
BIRDSEED                                                                 talk to kids. Plans to con-
• Enjoys listening to a variety of different music on his iPod, rang-    tinue working with children after his football playing days are over.
  ing from gospel and instrumental music to Lil Wayne                    "It was something I really wanted to do, to let the kids know that
                                                                         it doesn't have to be like that and there is hope for them to have a
• Enjoys watching all types of sports including basketball, baseball,    good life. I definitely want to work with kids after I'm done play-
  golf, tennis and even synchronized swimming                            ing football, maybe working with juvenile delinquents to help
           2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS                                  them live a better life."

Date        Opp   W/L   P/S        S    A   T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR                   INJURY REPORT
Sep 9    at Cle   W     1/0        0    2   2 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0                             • Rendered inactive vs. NYG (9/30) and at Pit. (10/7) with a ham-
Sep 16      Bal   W     1/0        2    0   2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                               string strain suffered in the second quarter at Ari. (9/23)
Sep 23   at Ari   L     1/1        1    1   2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                                                SPECIAL TEAM-MATE
Sep 30      NYG   W     0/0                  INACTIVE/HAMSTRING
Oct 7    at Pit   L     0/0                  INACTIVE/HAMSTRING                             Originally an undrafted free agent signing out of
Oct 14      Det   L     1/0        3    1   4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                             JMU in 2007, Jordan has been an impact member on special
Oct 28      Atl   L     1/1        5    1   6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                             teams since his arrival to the Eagles. In 2007, he led the team in
Nov 5    at NO                                                                              special teams tackles and in 2010 led the team in special teams
Nov 11      Dal                                                                             production points. His relentless style of play has not gone un-
Nov 18   at Was                                                                             noticed by special teams coordinator Bobby April, “He’s a quality
Nov 26      Car                                                                             player, he’s a quality person. He keeps the order and the conti-
Dec 2    at Dal                                                                             nuity of things really well...He hasn’t made a lot of flashy plays
Dec 9    at TB                                                                              that you’d go, ‘Wow, who’s that guy?’ But he’s consistently doing
Dec 13      Cin                                                                             the right things and he brings a lot to what we do on [special]
Dec 23      Was                                                                             teams.” April’s high praise for Jordan has been well-deserved as
Dec 30   at NYG                                                                             he was rewarded with a two-year contract prior to the start of the
Totals                  5/2     11      5   16   0.0     1    0   0   0       0       0 0   2011 season.

                                JORDAN’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                      TACKLES                        INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team         GP/GS       Tot Solo Ast Sacks             Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds                   STT
2007 Phil.        9/1          20 15     5   0.0             0.0   0    0  0    0 0 0 0   0                    19
2008 Phil.        16/6         52 40 12      0.0             0.0   0    0  0    0 2 0 1   0                    21
2009 Phil.        12/10        82 47 35      1.0             6.0   2 14 11      0 6 0 0   0                    15
                                                                                                                              CAREER HIGHS
2010 Phil.        16/3         27 19     8   0.0             0.0   0    0  0    0 1 0 0   0                    17
2011 Phil.        15/7         32 26     6   0.0             0.0   0    0  0    0 0 0 0   0                    14      Tackles   14    (12/30/07 vs. Buf.)
2012 Phil.        5/2          16 11     5   0.0             0.0   0    0  0    0 0 0 0   0                     7      Sacks     1.0   (9/13/09 at Car.)
TOTALS            73/29       229 158 71     1.0             6.0   2 14 11      0 9 0 1   0                    93      INTs      1     (2x - 9/20/09 vs NO)

PLAYOFFS
2008 Phil.        3/3         21       12    9     0.0        0   0       0       0     0    0   0   0    0      0
2009 Phil.        1/0          0        0    0     0.0        0   0       0       0     0    0   0   0    0      0
2010 Phil.        1/0          0        0    0     0.0        0   0       0       0     0    0   0   0    0      0
TOTALS            5/3         21       12    9     0.0        0   0       0       0     0    0   0   0    0      0
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              CENTER
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               6-3, 295      Born 11/5/87 in Cleveland Heights, OH
               Cincinnati    Cleveland Heights HS, Cleveland, OH
               2nd year      Acquired - D6a-11 (191st overall)

After sustaining a torn MCL and partially torn ACL against Balti-          “One of the biggest
more (9/16/12), Jason Kelce was placed on season-ending injured            things I learned from         THREE-STEP DROP
reserve on 9/18. In only his second season, Jason Kelce emerged            him is really that it’s not   Pregame ritual: Listens to Christmas
as a leader on the offensive line. An athletic and intelligent player,     only a physical battle          music
Kelce was an immediate starter at center for the Eagles after being        between you and the           Person he’d most like to have dinner
selected in the sixth round of the 2011 NFL Draft. A second-team           defensive linemen, but          with: Martin Luther King, Jr.
All-Big East performer out of Cincinnati, Kelce started his final 38       it’s also a mental battle.    What actor would play you in a movie
games at center and guard during his 47-game career.                       You need to constantly          and why? “Zach Galifianakis for obvi-
                                                                           be studying their ten-          ous reasons.”
IN THE TRENCHES                                                                                          Favorite Movie: The Big Lebowski
                                                                           dencies, and at the
• Position other than o-line you’d most like to play: Kicker               same time realize that        TV Show: Legends of the Hidden Temple
• Favorite offensive lineman of all time: Cleveland’s Lou Groza            they are doing the same       Place to visit: Cleveland/Cincinnati
                                                                                                         Meal: Bagel Bites
• Best part about playing offensive line: “Every play is a battle          things      to   prepare
                                                                                                         Musician: Zac Brown Band
  where there is a winner and a loser.”                                    against you.”
                                                                                                         Website: Google
• Most underrated attribute of playing o-line: Intelligence            PERSONAL                          App: Pandora
• Most memorable block: “I was a junior at Cincinnati and there • Attended                               What do you love most about Philly?
                                                                                       Cleveland
  was an outside zone play. I broke off of a double team and pushed                                        “The culture of the city.”
                                                                         Heights High School,
  the linebacker back into the safety. I basically blocked 3 different                                   Favorite activity in Philly: “Eating at
                                                                         performing as a line-
  guys on the play and it was a 60-yard touchdown run.”                                                    new restaurants.”
                                                                         backer and running              Best restaurant in Philly: Barclay Prime
• Best player he’s ever lined up against: Jay Ratliff                    back for head coach             Funniest Eagle: Howard Mudd
• Advice to aspiring young offensive linemen: “Use your brain.”          Mike Jones. Was a two-
• Best/worst part about being 6-3, 295: “The best part is I can see      time All Lake Erie-Lake
                                                                         League selection         A CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK
  everything in a crowded place. The worst is that I can never find
  clothes that fit.”                                                   • Graduated from Cincin- “This kid could be, like,
                                                                         nati with a degree in Howard's son. Not only do they look
                    HAIRY SITUATION                                      marketing               alike and act alike, their playing styles
When Jason Kelce first arrived on the scene in 2011,                   • Favorite teams/players are the same. He's a phenomenal ath-
he was a freshly shaven rookie entering his first NFL season.            growing up: “I was a lete, to start with...and on top of that,
Upon returning in 2012, teammates and fans noticed a change on           huge fan of all the he’s a smart kid."
               the team’s center. Kelce started growing a beard          Cleveland        sports -Eagles Head Coach Andy Reid
               in the offseason and has vowed to keep it through-        teams. I was also a fan
               out the entire season and maybe beyond. Started           of the star players like Michael Jordan, Wayne Gretzky and
               on February 19, 2012, the beard has taken on a life       Jerome Bettis.”
              of its own. A spoof Twitter account was even cre-          INJURY REPORT
              ated to chronicle the musings and observations of          • Placed on season-ending injured reserved after suffering a par-
the beard itself. The beard has a humorous take on life just like          tially-torn ACL and a torn MCL during the third quarter vs. Bal
its owner. Check it out: @JKelceBeard                                      (9/16/12).
                                                                                                   SWITCHING SIDES
BIRDSEED
                                                                         A former running back and linebacker in high school, Kelce walked
• Grew up playing a variety of different sports including hockey,
                                                                         on to Cincinnati’s football program to play linebacker, but a head
  lacrosse, soccer, and baseball. He eventually focused on football
                                                                         coaching change altered his career path. Following his freshman
  because of his fondness for contact.
                                                                         season, new coach Brian Kelly and strength coach Paul Longo
  “Playing all of those sports has helped me be able to adapt to any     switched the 240-pound Kelce to center in the spring. Kelce made
  circumstances that are thrown my way.”                                 the permanent switch the following season and was finally offered
• One of the Eagles most active and humorous tweeters, Kelce suc-        a scholarship. He went on to start his final 38 games as a center
  cessfully undertook the venture of following all of his followers,     and guard during his 47-game career.
  which at the time was over 10,000. You can follow him @Jkelce.         “Playing linebacker has definitely helped me as an offensive line-
  “It’s just a really fun way to interact with the fans. I love it.”     man. If you can get in the head of the players you are going up
• Pundits have described Kelce as the stereotype of a “Howard            against, that’s a huge advantage, like a quarterback who knows
  Mudd player.” In fact, many compare him to former Colts center         what the safeties are thinking. Playing running back, linebacker,
  and Mudd protege Jeff Saturday, both in looks and in style of play.    guard and now center, I’ve seen a little bit of everything.”
  Andy Reid went as far as to say that Kelce could be Mudd’s son. A
  student of the game, Kelce visited with Saturday following his                                  CAREER SERVICE
  rookie season to see if there was anything he could learn from the                    YEAR     TEAM          GP/GS
  former Colts center.                                                                  2011     Phi            16/16
                                                                                        2012     Phi               2/2
                                                                                        Totals                  18/18
                                                                                        First NFL game and start: at StL (9/11/11)
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              TACKLE
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               6-8, 321    Born 1/16/90 in Chicago Heights, IL
               Purdue      Marian Catholic HS, Chicago Heights, IL
               Rookie      Acquired - D5-2012 (153rd overall)


The Eagles selected Dennis Kelly in the 5th round of the 2012 NFL PERSONAL
draft. A four-year letterman at Purdue, Kelly was named a team co-                                    THREE-STEP DROP
                                                                        • Enjoyed working in the
captain as a senior after being voted as the team’s offensive MVP
                                                                          community during his Nickname: DK
following his junior season.
                                                                          time at Purdue. Kelly Pet: Dog named Nick
                                                                                                     Hobbies: Watching movies and profes-
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                           would volunteer at the       sional wrestling
• Made his first career start, filling in for an injured Danny Watkins    Boys & Girls Club Greatest love besides football: Family
  at RG vs. Atl. (10/28)                                                  spending time with kids, Dinner guest: The wrestler “Under-
                                                                                                       taker”
                                                                          and he would also work First job growing up: Golf caddy
BIRDSEED                                                                  the PALs football camp Career if not in football: Sports man-
• Claims that the biggest influence on his life and career is his en-                                  agement
                                                                          every summer               Bucket list: Take a trip to Ireland
  tire family. “We’re a Southside [Chicago] Irish family, so we share • A three-year starter at Favorite meal: Dad’s spaghetti
  a really tight bond and they’ve inspired me to get to where I am        tight end at Marian Book: To Kill A Mockingbird
                                                                                                     Movie: Boondock Saints
  today.”                                                                 Catholic HS for coach TV show: How I Met Your Mother
• Best part about playing football: “The family feeling that a foot-      Dave Mattio                Music: Killswitch Engage, Breaking
                                                                                                       Benjamin
  ball team provides. Even though there is a competitive nature in • Was an all-area selec- Website: Facebook
  every aspect of the sport, it’s great to bond with your teammates.”     tion and team captain as App: Funny joke apps
• Most underrated attribute at tackle: “The one-on-one aspect of                                     Place to visit: Chicago
                                                                          a senior and earned all- Philly restaurant: Chickie’s & Pete’s
  the game. Although you’re competing as an offensive and as a line       area honorable mention
  to accomplish certain goals, tackles are the only offensive position    honors as a junior
  who are put out on an island or out in space and have a protection • Also played basketball
  assignment.”
                                                                        • Currently working towards a degree in organizational leadership
• Pregame rituals: “I have a playlist that changes every year, and        and supervision
  I’ll listen to that before every game. I also make it a point to read
                                                                        • Son of Michael, a retired engineer, and Geralyn, a retired school
  the game program.”
                                                                          principal and special ed teacher
• Favorite thing about the city of Philadelphia: “It’s close to every-
                                                                        • Brother, Tim, played football at Eastern Illinois
  thing. I love how the sports stadiums and facilities are so close to
  one another. The city is also close to the beach, and it’s only an • Full name: Dennis Andrew Kelly
  hour or so to New York also.”
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS                                                                           CAREER SERVICE
• Voted a team co-captain as a senior in 2011                          YEAR       TEAM        GP/GS       First NFL game: 9/23/12 at Ari.
• Named the team MVP on offense as a junior in 2010. Started in all    2012       Phi            3/1      First NFL start: 10/28/12 vs. Atl.
  12 games and helped anchor an offensive line that blocked for a      Totals                    3/1
  school-record five consecutive games with 200+ rushing yards
• Earned All-Big Ten honorable mention honors and Academic All-
  Big Ten accolades as a junior
• Started at left tackle in all 12 games as a sophomore in 2009 and
  garnered Academic All-Big Ten honors
• Appeared in five games as a reserve during his freshman cam-
  paign in 2008
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                LINEBACKER
                                                               VR
                5-11, 239     Born 9/28/90 in Fresno, CA
                California    Hoover HS, Fresno, CA
                Rookie        Acquired - D2a-12 (46th overall)


The Eagles selected Mychal (pronounced Michael) Kendricks in the • Most under-rated at- THREE-STEP DROP
second round of the 2012 NFL Draft (46th overall). Immediately in-      tribute of playing line-
serted as the Eagles starting SAM linebacker to begin the season,       backer: “You need to be Talent he’d most like to have: Ability to
                                                                                                      sing
the speedy, playmaking linebacker appeared in all 51 games during       a little crazy. All good
                                                                                                    Person he’d trade places with for a day:
his four-year career at Cal, and was named as the Pac-12’s Defen-       linebackers either have
                                                                                                      Oprah
sive Player of the Year following his senior season in 2011.            a few screws loose or a
                                                                                                    First job: Worked the concession stands
Kendricks finished his collegiate career with 258 tackles, 13.5 sacks   few screws wound too          for several local semi-pro teams
and four interceptions.                                                 tight. It’s a high-contact Collects: Hats and shoes
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                         position and you need Nickname: Caveman Kendricks
                                                                        to not only not be afraid Meals: Mom’s chicken fettucine alfredo
• Notched a career-best seven tackles, including one tackle for         to constantly hit people,     and tacos, stepmom Joanne’s ribs
  loss, at Ari. (9/23)                                                  you need to love it. Only     and dad’s fried potatoes
• Started his first career NFL game at Cle. (9/9), and deflected a      crazy people can do Hobby: Photography
  pass that was intercepted by S Kurt Coleman on the team’s one-        that.”                      Athletes growing up: Michael Jordan,
  yard line. Also, added five tackles including one tackle for loss   • A huge fan of former          Terrell Davis, Charles Woodson
BIRDSEED                  A MAN OF MANY TALENTS                         Broncos running back
                                                                        Terrell Davis growing up, Kendricks donned #30 in college in
• Mychal’s father, While he was always known for his
                                                                        honor of him
  Marvin, was on athletic talents on the field growing up,
  the       Eagles Kendricks’ passion off the field is in the fine    PERSONAL                                 ALL-PRO PRAISE
  training camp arts. In fact, Kendricks attended Bullard Tal- • Starred at Hoover HS in
  roster in 1972 ent, a private school that specializes in the                                           "He's dedicated to studying
                                                                        Fresno, CA, leading his club
  after     playing fine arts from kindergarten thru 8th grade.                                          and knowing everything about his
                                                                        with 175 tackles and 4.0
  college football While there, Kendricks acted in plays like                                            position. He doesn't mind asking
                                                                        sacks as a senior, while also
  at UCLA, where Robin Hood, Aladdin and the Lion King. He                                               questions. A lot of young guys are
                                                                        registering a team-best 742
  he led the Bru- also learned to dance in hip-hop, urban, tapp                                          afraid to ask questions, but My-
                                                                        rushing yards on 103 carries
  ins in rushing and jazz styles. Said Kendricks: “I really have                                         chal; he's very inquisitive about
                                                                        and six touchdowns as well
  twice in 1970 an appreciation for all kinds of art and going                                           what he should be doing on cer-
                                                                        as 1,035 all purpose yards
  and 1971. Said there really instilled that in me at a young                                            tain plays, alignment. He wants to
                                                                      • Full name is Marvin Mychal- know every intricate detail of his
  Mychal:       “He age. I would go there during the day and then
                                                                        Christopher Kendricks            job and that makes a difference."
  was so happy play sports for other schools. I remember
  the day I got you’d have to win a raffle to get your kids in,       • Follow Mychal on Twitter: -All-Pro LB DeMeco Ryans
  drafted here be- so my mom did that for me and I got lucky.”          @MychalKendricks
  cause the Ea-
  gles were his team. I remember being so excited, but he may have                 2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
  even been more excited. He followed them all the time when I was Date           Opp W/L P/S     S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
  growing up. It was a dream come true for the both of us.”           Sep 9 at Cle W 1/1          4    1 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
• His three brothers all played or currently play college football: Sep 16        Bal W 1/1       5    1 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0
  Chad (graduated Sacramento State), Terence (graduated Fresno Sep 23 at Ari L              1/1   6    1 7 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  State) and Eric (sophomore at UCLA)                                 Sep 30      NYG W 1/1       1    1 2 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                                                      Oct 7 at Pit L        1/1   2    3 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
  “The one thing that really interests me there is we’re get-         Oct 14      Det L     1/1   6    1 7 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  ting a phenomenal pass rusher on that side. We’re getting           Oct 28      Atl L     1/0   2    2 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
                                                                      Nov 5 at NO
  someone who can really cover the tight end, and his pass
                                                                      Nov 11      Dal
  cover skills are a strong part of his game. When you see the
                                                                      Nov 18 at Was
  way he’s built, you’ll understand. He plays a very physical
                                                                      Nov 26      Car
  game ... You’re also getting a team captain and a tenacious         Dec 2 at Dal
  football player. He’s one of those guys who loves to play the       Dec 9 at TB
  game.”                                                              Dec 13      Cin
                               - Eagles Head Coach Andy Reid          Dec 23      Was
                                                                      Dec 30 at NYG
                                                                      Totals                7/6  26 10 36 0.0 1 0 0 0 6 0 0

           CAREER HIGHS                                             KENDRICKS’ CAREER STATISTICS
 Tackles    7     (2x - 10/14/12 vs Det.)                           TACKLES            INTERCEPTIONS
                                            Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR                        Yds STT
                                            2012 Phil. 7/6   36 26 10      0.0   0   0    0  0    0 6 0 0                         0    0
                                            TOTALS     7/6   36 26 10      0.0   0   0    0  0    0 6 0 0                         0    0
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                DEFENSIVE TACKLE
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                6-2, 290         Born 9/21/83 in Newport Beach, CA
                Notre Dame       De La Salle HS, Concord, CA
                6th year         Acquired - FA (Car) 2011


A hard-working player with a relentless motor, Derek Landri re- BIRDSEED
signed with the Eagles on 4/9/12 after a successfull 2011 campaign                                   THREE-STEP DROP
                                                                      • In his first visit to
with the club, in which he led the team with 8 tackles for a loss de-
                                                                        Philadelphia as a mem- Greatest love besides football: My kids
spite only playing in 12 games. A former fifth-round pick of Jack-
                                                                        ber of the Panthers for a Talent he’d most like to have: “The abil-
sonville in 2007, Landri spent his first three seasons with the                                        ity to shoot laserbeams out of my
                                                                        preseason game in 2010,
Jaguars before playing for the Carolina Panthers in 2010, where he                                     eyeballs.”
                                                                        Landri claims that he
started in all 16 games and recorded a career-high three sacks.
                                                                        went to Pat’s, Geno’s and First job: “My dad is a carpenter so he
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                                                      would take me on some of his jobs.”
                                                                        Jim’s the day of the game
                                                                                                    Hobbies: Hunting, fishing and golfing
• Led the Eagles with eight tackles for a loss in 2011, despite play-   and ate three cheeses-
                                                                                                    Nickname: Land-o - “Babin or Wash-
   ing in just 12 games                                                 teaks. Said Landri: “I did-
                                                                                                       burn started that one and it stuck.”
• Sacked Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger for a three-yard       n’t know if I’d ever be Favorite part about playing football:
   loss during the second quarter of the 2007 AFC Wild Card game        back, so I had to try          “The brutality of it. How many other
   at Pit. (1/5/08). Also intercepted Roethlisberger with 57 seconds    everything. I didn’t know      arenas in life can you kick the crap
   left in the first half and recovered a fumble by Roethlisberger on   if I’d make it through the     out of somebody and not get arrested
   the Steelers’ final offensive play to seal a 31-29 victory           game after that.”              for it?”
                                                                      • If he wasn’t in football, Quote: “When the going gets tough, the
             2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS                               Landri thinks he’d be          tough gets going.”
                                                                        working for CytoSport, a Meal: Steak and pasta
Date        Opp W/L P/S      S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
                                                                        company that makes Book: Gates of Fire by Steven Press-
Sep 9 at Cle W 1/1           1    0 1 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0                                                field
                                                                        athletic performance-
Sep 16      Bal W 1/1        2    1 3 0.0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0                                             Favorie cheesesteak spot: Tony Luke’s
                                                                        enhancing supplements
Sep 23 at Ari L       1/1    2    1 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                                                        and products. In fact,
Sep 30      NYG W 1/1        4    2 6 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                                                        Landri did an internship with the company while he was in high
Oct 7 at Pit L        1/1    3    0 3 0.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0
                                                                        school
Oct 14      Det L     1/1    2    0 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 28      Atl L     1/0    3    2 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0               • Does work with the Terrance Kelly Youth Foundation. Terrance
Nov 5 at NO                                                             went to the same high school as Landri and received a full schol-
Nov 11      Dal                                                         arship to Oregon to play football. Before he ever made it there,
Nov 18 at Was                                                           Kelly was tragically shot and killed in the community by his house.
Nov 26      Car                                                         Terrance’s family started the foundation in his honor to motivate
Dec 2 at Dal                                                            youth from impoverished communities to gain a broader view of
Dec 9 at TB                                                             the world, enabling them to rise above the negative circum-
Dec 13      Cin                                                         stances prevalent in both the community and their lives. For more
Dec 23      Was                                                         information please log on to www.tkyf28.org
Dec 30 at NYG
Totals              7/6   17    6   23   0.0   11   0   0   0   1    0 0
                                                                                                              CAREER HIGHS
                                                                                                    Sacks     1.0   (7x - 11/13/11 vs. Arz.)
                                                                                                    Tackles   9     (9/19/10 vs TB)
                                                                                                    INTs      1     (1/5/08 at Pit., AFC-WC)

                OLD SCHOOL                                                    LANDRI’S CAREER STATISTICS
     A history major in college, Derek                                                TACKLES               INTERCEPTIONS
     Landri applies that interest into his              Year Team     GP/GS   Tot Solo Ast Sacks    Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds
     everyday life. “I really am an old soul,”          2007 Jac.     13/0     14 12 2       0.0    0.0   0    0  0    0 0 0 0   0
     said Landri. “I don’t own an iPhone or             2008 Jac.     15/0     23 12 11      2.0   11.0   0    0  0    0 1 0 0   0
     anything like that. I never would. I don’t         2009 Jac.     7/0      15    8 7     1.0    5.0   0    0  0    0 0 0 0   0
     like flashy stuff. If it’s ‘old school,’ I’m       2010 Car.     16/16    63 32 31      3.0   14.0   0    0  0    0 1 0 1   0
     usually a fan of it.”                              2011 Phil.    12/0     43 25 18      2.0   14.0   0    0  0    0 1 0 1   0
     As evidence of that ... one of his favorite        2012 Phil.    7/6      23 17 6       0.0    0.0   0    0  0    0 1 0 0   0
     hobbies is collecting old coins and                TOTALS:       70/22   181 106 75     8.0   44.0   0    0  0    0 4 0 2   0
     paper money. His favorite musician is
     Johnny Cash. In addition, his favorite             PLAYOFFS
     athlete growing up was legendary                   2007 Jac.     2/0       4    2   2   1.0     3   1 3.0      0    0   0   0    1    0
     Bears linebacker Dick Butkus. “I just              TOTALS        2/0       4    2   2   1.0   3.0   1 3.0      0    0   0   0    1    0
     loved his nasty attitude. He didn’t give
     a crap about anything. That’s how I kind           ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS:
     of like to envision myself on the field.”          BLOCKED FIELD GOALS: (1) Blocked a 36-yard FG attempt by Graham Gano vs. Was.
                                                        (1/1/12)
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             RUNNING BACK
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               5-8, 195         Born 9/27/90 in Albany, NY
               Pittsburgh       Albany Academy HS, Albany, NY
               2nd year         Acquired - D5a-11 (149th overall)

A fifth-round draft choice in 2011, Dion Lewis is in his second sea- PERSONAL
son in Philadelphia after serving as a reserve tailback and kick re-
                                                                                                           THREE-STEP DROP
                                                                       • Was named the New Jersey
turner in his rookie campaign. Lewis played two seasons at
                                                                         Prep Offensive Player of the Favorite hobby: Playing video games,
Pittsburgh and finished his collegiate career ranked fourth all-time                                        especially Madden
                                                                         Year as a senior at Blair Acad-
on the Panthers rushing list. Lewis also compiled more 100+ yard                                          Musicians: Lil Wayne, Juelz Santana,
                                                                         emy after averaging an as-
rushing performances than any other freshman running back in                                                Fabolous
                                                                         tounding 14.1 yards per carry, Movie: Soul Plane
program history.
                                                                         rushing for 1,243 yards on 88 TV Show: SportsCenter
BIRDSEED                                                                 attempts                         Team/athlete growing up: Los Angeles
• Ever since he first stepped on the football field, Lewis had aspi- • Rushed for over 250 yards four       Lakers/Kobe Bryant and Deion
  rations of being a professional football player. “I was good at a      times as a senior and scored       Sanders
  young age,” Lewis said. “The NFL was my lifelong dream. I knew         26 total touchdowns (23 rush- Philadelphia restaurant: Fogo de Chao
  that if I worked hard, the chances of getting to the NFL were          ing, two punt return, one re- Cheesesteak spot: Geno’s
  higher.”                                                               ceiving)                         Place to visit: Miami
                                                                                                          Talent he’d most like to have: Playing
• Favorite sports moment of his life: When he tied Pittsburgh’s • Lettered three years in track
                                                                                                            an instrument like the guitar
  record for most 100+ yard outings set by Tony Dorsett. “At first, it • Credits his parents, Leroy (for- Who would play him in a movie on his
  was a little bittersweet because I wound up fumbling on the same       mer construction worker) and       life: Kevin Hart
  play, and I think I could have kept going for a touchdown,” Lewis      Linda (social worker) as the Career if not in football: Broadcaster or
  said. “When they told me after the game that’s when I had the          biggest influences on his ca-      news anchor
  record, I was happy to have accomplished that.”                        reer. “Growing up, they were First job growing up: Washing dishes at
• Lewis respects the passion of the Philadelphia fans. “They’re ab-      hard on me and they made           a bakery
  solutely die-hard. They might let you know when they’re upset,         sure I stayed out of trouble,” Funniest Eagles player: RB LeSean
  but they’ll always come out and support the Eagles at games no         Lewis said. “That helped me        McCoy because, “he always has the
  matter what.”                                                          out a lot later on in life.”       same funny personality, regardless
                                                                                                            of where we are.”
• Would meet with former NBA star Michael Jordan to have dinner • Has two brothers, Lamar and
  if he had the opportunity: “I would ask about his career and what      Deavonn, as well as a sister, Shaquana
  motivated him to become one of the greatest players of all-time.” • Majored in communications
• Enjoys interacting with fans and his friends on his Twitter page, • Full name: Dion John Lewis
  @DionLewis28. Twitter is also his favorite app on his iPhone
                                                                                     2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
                 RUNNING BACK HOME TO HELP                                                                 RUSHING                  RECEIVING
                                                                      Date           Opp.   W/L   P/S   Att   Yd Avg Lg TD No     Yd Avg Lg TD TYS
    Lewis was touched by the story of Louis Perkinson, a 16-
                                                                      Sep 9     at   Cle    W     0/0           INACTIVE
    year old high school student from Colonie, NY who was in
                                                                      Sep 16         Bal    W     0/0           INACTIVE
    a coma due to complications from an operation to remove
                                                                      Sep 23    at   Ari    L     0/0           INACTIVE
    a brain tumor. “We had the same pop warner coaches
                                                                      Sep 30         NYG    W     0/0           INACTIVE
    who I still keep in contact with, and they talked about
                                                                      Oct 7     at   Pit    L     1/0    0     0 0.0 0 0 0        0     0    0   0   0
    what a great kid he was,” Lewis said. During a high
                                                                      Oct 14         Det    L                   INACTIVE
    school basketball game between Ballston Spa and
                                                                      Oct 28         Atl    L                   INACTIVE
    Colonie Central in 2011, Lewis helped raise funds for the
                                                                      Nov 5     at   NO
    Perkinson family who was struggling to pay rising hos-
                                                                      Nov 11         Dal
    pital bills due to Louis’ four-week hospital stay. “I felt the
                                                                      Nov 18         Was
    need to do something and give back to a great cause in
                                                                      Nov 26         Car
    my home town,” Lewis said. “Everyone is not as fortu-
                                                                      Dec 2     at   Dal
    nate as we are, especially in that area, and it’s great to
                                                                      Dec 9     at   TB
    give back whenever you get the chance.”
                                                                      Dec 13         Cin
                                                                      Dec 23    at   Was
                                                                      Dec 30    at   NYG
                                                                      Totals                      1/0    0    0   0     0 0   0   0     0    0   0   0

                               LEWIS’ CAREER STATISTICS
                             RUSHING                  RECEIVING                KICKOFF RETURNS                                CAREER HIGHS
Year Team    GP/GS     No   Yds Avg     Lg TD Att    Yds Avg Lg TD      No      Yds Avg    Lg            TD           Rush atts    12       (1/1/12 vs. Was.)
2011 Phil.   15/0      23   102 4.4     20 1   1      -3 -3.0 -3 0      31      669 21.6   33            0            Rush yds     58       (1/1/12 vs. Was.)
2012 Phil.   1/0        0     0   0      0 0   0       0    0   0 0      0        0    0   0             0            Rush Lg      20       (1/1/12 vs. Was.)
TOTALS:      16/0      23   102 4.4     20 1   1      -3 -3.0 -3 0      31      669 21.6   33            0            TDs          1        (1/1/12 vs. Was.)

ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS:
CAREER SPECIAL TEAMS FUMBLES/LOST: 2011 (1/1)
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                 WIDE RECEIVER
                                                            NU
                 6-0, 198      Born 5/11/88 in St. Louis, MO
                 Missouri      Kirkwood HS, Kirkwood, MO
                 4th year      Acquired - D1-09 (19th overall)


 Regarded by many as one of the toughest players in the Eagles • Maclin (21 years old), Brent Celek THREE-STEP DROP
 locker room, Maclin has successfully battled through adversity on        (24), and DeSean Jackson (23) be-
                                                                                                               Hobbies: Xbox, Call of Duty,
 and off the field throughout his life and now symbolizes a productive,   came the first trio of teammates       juggling
 reliable and explosive player on an elite offense. Since joining the     age 24-years-old-or-younger in First job: Cutting lawns in his
 squad as a first round draft pick in 2009, Maclin has collected a        NFL history to each post 50+           neighborhood
                                                                                                               College major: Sociology
 team-high 215 receptions.                                                catches, 750+ yards and 4+ touch- Aspires to meet: President
                                                                          downs in a season in 2009              Barack Obama
 BIRDSEED                                                                                                      Favorite game: Dominos
                                                                        • Became the first Eagles rookie to Athletes growing up: Torry Holt,
 • After enduring a difficult childhood in which he was abandoned                                                Isaac Bruce, Ozzie Smith, Ray
                                                                          ever post two 40+ yard TD recep-
   by his father, Maclin was primarily raised by Jeff Parres and his
                                                                          tions in the same game (51 and 40 TVLankford, and Wllie McGee
                                                                                                                  show: American Idol
   wife, Cindy. Jeff, a urologist, was Maclin’s little league football
                                                                          yards vs. TB on 10/11/09)            Food: His mom’s sweet potatoes
   coach when he was nine years old. Maclin spent a lot of time with                                             and sweet potato pie
   the Parres family growing up and by the time he was a sophomore • Set an Eagles postseason record
   in high school, he was living with them full-time. Jeremy also re-     with 146 receiving yards at Dal.
   mains close with his biological mother, Cleo, and his two older        (1/9/10). His 146 yards were the most ever by a rookie in the post-
   brothers, Roshon and Andre. “There are a lot of people in my life      season. He also became the youngest player (21 years old) in NFL
   who have influenced me to get to this point. Obviously, the family     history with a postseason TD catch on a career-long 76 yarder
   I lived with. They definitely played a big part in why I’m here. I     from QB Michael Vick
   learned a lot of things from my real family, too ... I feel like I've 2012 HIGHLIGHTS
   gone through a lot of stuff in my life, throughout my childhood. I • Registered a team-best and season-high 130 receiving yards on
   feel like there's not much that can really faze me. That's why I feel    six catches, including a 70-yard TD reception, the third-longest of
   like I'm fine with anything that's thrown out there against me.”         his career, late in the fourth quarter vs. Det. (10/14)
                                                                         • Reeled in a 23-yard touchdown reception in a 24-23 victory vs. Bal.
        MACLIN’S COMMITMENT TO YOUTH FOOTBALL                               (9/16)
                                                                         • Posted team highs with seven receptions and 96 yards, including
 One of Jeremy’s favorite charitable intiatives is the promo-
                                                                            an 18-yard touchdown catch with 17 seconds remaining in the first
 tion of youth football. In addition to donating time, money,
                                                                            half, in the Eagles 17-16 win at Cle. (9/9)
 and equipment to both the West Deptford and Kirkwood
 youth football league, Maclin also holds annual football                INJURY REPORT
 camps in both locations. “It brings excitement,” Maclin                 • Rendered inactive with a hip injury at Arz. (9/23)
 said. “We learn as much from them as they do from us.
 That’s what this is all about. These
                                                                                       HAPPY TO BE BACK IN THE GAME
 kids never forget to have fun. They
 want to get better but these kids are                                    After undergoing several tests to rule out cancer in the
 out here to have fun. That’s important                                   2011 season, Maclin enters the 2012 season after fully
 to never forget.”                                                        participating in the team’s OTAs and training camp. "Some days,
                                                                          I sit back and think about it," Maclin said. "I'm blessed to have
                                                                          everything be OK with me. I'm just ready to look forward, get
 CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                        things rolling."
 • Maclin is currently third in franchise history in receptions (215)
   and receiving yards (2,924), and sixth in touchdowns (22) during
   the first four seasons of his career
                                                                                             2012 GAME-BY-GAME
                                                                                    Date         Opp.   W/L   P/S No Yds Avg Lg TD
 EAGLES RECEIVER PRODUCTION THROUGH FIRST FOUR YEARS                                Sep 9    at Cle     W     1/1  7 96 13.7 46 1
Player           Rec.   Player            Yds   Player             TD               Sep 16       Bal    W     1/1  1 23 23.0 23 1
Keith Jackson     242   DeSean Jackson   4096   Mike Quick         34               Sep 23   at Ari     L     0/0   INACTIVE/HIP
DeSean Jackson    230   Mike Quick       3864   Calvin Williams    29               Sep 30       NYG    W     1/1  1 7 7.0 7 0
Jeremy Maclin    215    Jeremy Maclin    2924   Pete Pihos         28               Oct 7    at Pit     L     1/1  5 39 7.8 11 0
Mike Quick        213   Fred Barnett     2922   Bobby Walston      27               Oct 14       Det    L     1/1  6 130 21.7 70t 1
Charle Young      197   Ben Hawkins      2876   Ben Hawkins        23               Oct 28       Atl    L     1/1  6 33 5.5 12 0
Fred Barnett      182   Keith Jackson    2756   Jeremy Maclin      22               Nov 5    at NO
                                                                                    Nov 11       Dal
                                                                                    Nov 18   at Was
 • Of Maclin’s 22 career touchdown receptions, 13 have come in the                  Nov 26       Car
   red zone                                                                         Dec 2    at Dal
                                                                                    Dec 9    at TB
 • In 2011, Maclin, Jackson and Celek became the first trio of team-
                                                                                    Dec 13       Cin
   mates to each post 800+ yards in team history
                                                                                    Dec 23       Was
                                                                                    Dec 30   at NYG
                                                                                    Totals                    6/6   26 328 12.6 70t   3
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PERSONAL                                                                                     J-MAC GIVES BACK
• Resides in Kirkwood, MO, and South Jersey                              Jeremy has decided that one of the most important aspects of
• Favorite aspects of Philadelphia: “I really enjoy the historical       his football life off-the-field is to give back as much as he possi-
  monuments. My personal favorites are the Liberty Bell and the          bly can. He has given back in a big way so far and looks forward
  Betsy Ross House.”                                                     to continuing to do so in the coming years.
• Most underrated aspect of being a wide receiver: “Toughness.           NATIONAL ADOPTION CENTER
  Blocking, taking hits, and going across the middle are all a big       Jeremy has partnered with the Delaware Valley chapter of the
  part of the game.”                                                     National Adoption Center to bring children in foster care out to
• Began playing football at the age of nine as a running back, de-       Eagles games in 2012. The child and their caretakers will receive
  fensive end and linebacker for the Kirkwood (MO) Cowboys.              sideline passes and tickets to a game, and will have a meet and
  Scored 32 touchdowns in his first season of football and helped        greet with Jeremy afterwards. The cause is very close to Maclin’s
  his team to a 72-3 record over four seasons, including a national      heart, as he was taken in by the Parres family after his mother
  championship at the age of 11 when they beat a team from Tucker,       could not provide for him and his brothers.
  GA, in Florida                                                         SCHOLARSHIP CONTRIBUTIONS
• Attended Kirkwood HS, where he was considered the top wide re-         Recognizing the importance of education, Jeremy has created
  ceiver and one of the top overall prospects to come out of the state   two scholarships to which he contributes annually: the Jeremy
  of Missouri in 2006. Maclin scored 55 career touchdowns in HS as       Maclin Football Endowment at the University of Missouri as well
  a receiver, defensive back and return specialist                       as the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Je-
                                                                         remy Maclin Scholarship.
• Also starred in basketball at Kirkwood, earning honorable-men-         JMAC’S BACK TO SCHOOL PACKS
  tion All-State and first-team All-Conference as a junior guard, av-    On an annual basis, Maclin provides kids in the Kirkwood-
  eraging 13.3 points, 5.2 assists and 4.1 steals per game. Chose to     Meacham Park Area with a back pack full of school year essen-
  pursue football in college because of his love for the game. “Foot-    tials. In 2012, J-Mac’s Back To School Packs provided 200
  ball was the sport that I loved. I woke up every day and couldn’t      underprivileged families with school supplies back in his home-
  imagine not playing football.”                                         town.
• Majored in sociology                                                   PLAY 60! INITIATIVE
                                                                         Maclin will serve as one of the Eagles representatives for the
                                                                         team’s Play 60! Initiative in 2012 along with fellow WR DeSean
           MACLIN’S CAREER STATISTICS                                    Jackson. As part of the NFL-driven program that encourages
    Year Team        GP/GS      No     Yds    Avg Lg      TD             children to have 60 minutes of physical activity a day, Jeremy will
    2009 Phil.       15/13      56     773    13.8 56      4             visit schools and talk about the importance of fitness and being
    2010 Phil.       16/16      70     964    13.8 83t    10             healthy.
    2011 Phil.       13/13      63     859    13.6 59      5
    2012 Phil.       6/6        26     328    12.6 70t     3
                                                                                       100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES (8)
    TOTALS           50/48     215    2924    13.6 83t    22
                                                                                  Yards Date           Opponent Rec. TDs
    PLAYOFFS                                                                      171      9/18/11     at Atl (L)  13  2
    2009 Phil.       1/1         7     146    20.9 76t      1                     159      10/17/10    vs. Atl (W)  7  2
    2010 Phil.       1/1         3      73    24.3 44       0                     146      1/09/10     at Dal (L)*  7  1
    TOTALS           2/2        10     219    21.9 76t      1                     142      10/11/09    vs. TB (W)   6  2
                                                                                  130      10/14/12    vs. Det (L)  6  1
    ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS                                                  120      11/21/10    vs. NYG (W)  9  0
    KICKOFF RETURNS: 2009 (7-124-28LG), 2010 (1-22)                               105      1/01/12     vs. Was (W)  8  0
    PLAYOFF KICKOFF RETURNS: 2009 (2-41-21LG)                                     101      10/16/11    at Was (W)   5  0
    PUNT RETURNS: 2009 (6-30-27LG), 2010 (3-17-9LG),                              * Playoffs
    2011 (4-29-11LG)
    RUSHING: 2009 [2-(-7)], 2010 (3-36), 2011 (1-1)
                                                                                        MULTI TOUCHDOWN GAMES (5)

                     CAREER HIGHS                                                 Yards    Date        Opponent Rec. TDs
                                                                                  171      9/18/11     at Atl (L)  13  2
          Recepts     13     (9/18/11 at Atl)                                     59       12/19/10    at NYG (W)   7  2
          Yards       171    (9/18/11 at Atl)                                     159      10/17/10    vs. Atl (W)  7  2
          Long        83t    (10/17/10 vs. Atl)                                   83       9/26/10     at Jac (W)   4  2
          TDs         2      (5x - 9/18/11 at Atl)                                142      10/11/09    vs. TB (W)   6  2
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              CORNERBACK
                                                          PN
                6-1, 197   Born 3/1/88 in West Hills, CA
                Utah State Royal HS, Simi Valley, CA
                2nd year   Acquired - D3-11 (90th overall)


A converted running back during his collegiate career at Utah State, • Has three brothers and THREE-STEP DROP
Curtis Marsh was selected in the third round in 2011 and spent most          one sister, including his
of his rookie season learning the Eagles scheme, while seeing ac-            younger brother, Cas- Most Memorable Concert: Wiz Khalifa
tion in the team’s final seven contests. Marsh played two seasons at         sius, a defensive line-         in Salt Lake City for a cost of $15
cornerback for Utah State after converting from running back fol-            man at UCLA                  Funniest Eagle: Cullen Jenkins
lowing his sophomore campaign. He earned second-team All-WAC • Committed to play foot- Collects: Football cards, including
                                                                                                             rookie cards of Peyton Manning,
honors after his senior season. His collegiate accomplishments               ball for the US Naval           Randy Moss and Charles Woodson
along with a third round draft status symbolize the hard work and            Academy out of high Favorite App: Angry Birds
perseverance of a player that did not receive a scholarship offer            school and spent the Hobbies: Being a fan of the L.A. Lakers
coming out of high school.                                                   2006 season at the              and buying new shoes
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                              Naval Academy Prep Book: Terrell Davis’ autobiography, TD:
                                                                             School in Newport, RI.          Dreams in Motion
• Tied for second on the team in special teams tackles with six
                                                                             Signed with Utah St. in Philadelphia restaurant: Chart House
BIRDSEED                                                                     December, 2006               Sports Moment Growing Up: Rushing
• Credits his college defensive backs coach, Cory Raymond (now • Played running back and                     for 337 yards vs. rival Simi Valley HS,
                                                                             cornerback at Royal HS          a school record
   with LSU), as the biggest influence on his career. “He taught me
                                                                                                          Movie: Gladiator
   everything I know about playing cornerback. I woke up every               in Simi Valley, CA, and
                                                                                                          TV Show: Two and a Half Men
   morning at 6 am to work on technique with him in the summer               earned all-county and
                                                                                                          If I weren’t playing football: I’d be an
   after I moved to cornerback.” Raymond also introduced boxing to           all-league honors after         engineer and entrepreneur
   Marsh to supplement his training regimen. “I worked out at a              leading the county with
   Rulon Gardner gym in Logan, Utah and it really helped my bal-             1,608 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior. Also added
   ance and hand-eye coordination. I also found a gym in Philadel-           55 tackles and two INTs
   phia.”                                                                  • Also starred on Royal’s track and field squad, finishing third in the
• Captured the Pop               BOOT CAMP TO THE FIELD                      state with a 23’-10” long jump and second in the county with a
   Warner Super Bowl                                                         10.6 time in the 100-meter dash
                            After receiving no scholarship of-
   as a 12-year old run-                                                   • Donated money to his former Pop Warner football team in Simi
                            fers coming out of high school in Cali-
   ning back and cor-                                                        Valley for those players in need of equipment and plans to make
                            fornia, Marsh enrolled at the Naval
   nerback for the Simi                                                      that donation every year
                            Academy and was sent to Newport, RI,
   Valley Vikings. Op-
                            to the Naval Academy Prep School for
   posing Simi Valley in
   that championship
                            the 2006 season. He endured boot camp                      2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
                            while attending school and playing foot-
   game       was      the                                                 Date       Opp W/L P/S     S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
                            ball. Along the way, he gained a valuable
   Agoura Chargers, led                                                    Sep 10 at Cle W 1/0        0      0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                            life lesson. “I’m self sufficient now. I got
   by current Eagles                                                       Sep 16     Bal W 0/0                   INACTIVE/HAMSTRING
                            over homesickness really fast. Boot
   teammate        Casey                                                   Sep 23 at Ari L     1/0    0      0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                            camp was very intense, mentally,” re-
   Matthews. “I still talk                                                 Sep 30     NYG W 1/0       0      0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                            called Marsh.
   trash to him all the                                                    Oct 7 at Pit L      1/0    0      0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
   time about that                                                         Oct 14     Det L    1/0    1      0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
   game,” laughed Marsh                                                    Oct 28     Atl L    1/0    0      0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
• Following his one season of football at the Naval Academy Prep Nov 5 at NO
   School in 2006, Marsh quickly began calling and e-mailing Nov 11                   Dal
   coaches looking for a Division I football scholarships. Utah State Nov 18 at Was
   obliged and Marsh is forever thankful despite his family’s wishes Nov 26           Car
   for him to remain in the Naval Academy                                  Dec 2 at Dal
                                                                           Dec 9 at TB
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• Names his mother, Trayci, as the biggest hero in his life. “She was Dec 23          Was
   a single mom, worked two to three jobs, and struggled to keep it Dec 30 at NYG
   together for us. She sacrificed a lot and I just bought her a house Totals                  6/0    1      0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
   in Simi Valley,” said Marsh
• His father, Curtis Marsh, Sr., was a wide
   receiver for Jacksonville (1995-96) and                                 MARSH’S CAREER STATISTICS
   Pittsburgh (1997). He played collegiately
   at Utah                                                                         TACKLES               INTERCEPTIONS
                                                Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT
                                                2011 Phil. 7/0           0       0    0    0.0 0.0     0      0    0     0 1 0 0             0    2
                                                2012 Phil. 6/0           1       1    0    0.0 0.0     0      0    0     0 0 0 0             0    6
                                                TOTALS         13/0      1       1    0    0.0 0.0     0      0    0     0 1 0 0             0    8
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              GUARD
                                                      SV
               6-5, 302       Born 11/1/81 in Birmingham, AL
               Alabama        Homewood HS, Homewood, AL
               8th year       Acquired - FA (2011)


A veteran offensive lineman who flourished as the team’s starting PERSONAL
left guard under the guidance of Howard Mudd in 2011, Evan Mathis                                       THREE-STEP DROP
                                                                          • Son of Deb Baumhower
signed a five-year contract with the Eagles prior to the 2012 season
                                                                            and Ed “The Legend” Favorite meal: Sushi
that will keep him in Philadelphia through 2016. Mathis has experi-
                                                                            Mathis. His mother Book: Mad Libs
ence at both guard positions over the course of his eight-year ca-                                     Car: Mercedes Sprinter Van
                                                                            owns a massage busi-
reer. Originally a third round draft choice of the Carolina Panthers                                   Movies: American Beauty, Rain Man,
                                                                            ness in Alabama, Deb
in 2005, Mathis has also spent time with the Cincinnati Bengals                                          Requiem for a Dream, The Neverend-
                                                                            Baumhower & Associ-          ing Story, Labyrinth
(2008-10), Miami Dolphins (2008) and Panthers (2005-07).
                                                                            ates. His father is the TV Shows: Dexter, The Wire
BIRDSEED                                                                    Director of Engineering Band: The Rock-afire Explosion
• A self-proclaimed twitter addict, Mathis lists his favorite off-field     at EWTN and is married Website: www.ZoneAP.com
   activities as “Twitter, eating while on Twitter, and working out         to DeeDee Mathis, Person to follow on twitter:
   while on Twitter.” He is also a self-proclaimed “sit-down come-          Sales     Director     at    @EvanMathis69
   dian” so it’s a perfect medium for his dry and witty sense of            AL.com                     Best part about living in Philly: “The
   humor. He also enjoys it as a way to interact with Eagles fans. You • His girlfriend, Katelynn        food and the fans.”
   can follow him @EvanMathis69                                             is a design artist and Best Restaurant in Philly: “Your restau-
                                                                            his daughter, Lee Ila        rant here! $5, see Evan Mathis”
• Mathis was a big-time fan of professional wresting growing up. In
                                                                            (prounounced EYE-la),      Funniest Eagle: “Jason Babin. He’s the
   fact, he says that if he wasn’t playing football, he would be in the                                  missing cast member of Jersey
   WWE. “My name would be Rage and I would be the champion.”                who was born during
                                                                                                         Shore.”
   Prior to the 2012 season, Mathis got a chance to work out with           the 2012 offseason, “is
                                                                                                       Bucket list: Eating a hot dog stuffed-
   one of his favorite wrestlers, The Rock, prior to sitting front row at   unemployed“                  crust pizza
   a WWE Smackdown event in Philadelphia                                  • Greatest love outside of
IN THE TRENCHES                                                             football: “Family. Aww.”
                                                                          • Has a pet chihuahua named Thor the God of Thunder
• Position other than o-line you’d most like to play: “Team owner.”
                                                                          • Earned a degree in marketing from Alabama
• Favorite o-lineman of all time:
   “Evan Mathis.”                                                         • Says it was his childhood dream to play in the NFL, but wasn’t
                                                                            very good until his senior year in high school. “I was always work-
• How you decided to play offensive
                                                                            ing to improve every day and that’s how I made it to where I am
   line: “They wouldn’t let me play
                                                                            now.”
   defensive line.”
                                                                          • Does not have any pregame rituals. “I’m not too big on voodoo.”
• Best part of being an o-lineman:
   Buffets                                                                • Underrated attribute needed to play your position: “Levitation.”
                                                                          • Talent you have that people may not know: “Private Investigator.”
                   ZONE ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE                              • What actor would play you in a movie and why? “Chris Hemsworth
 A fitness fanatic, Mathis founded Zone Athletic                            (from Thor and The Avengers). He has the ability to grow his hair
 Performance, a training facility in Scottsdale,                            out and hit people with a giant hammer.”
 AZ, in 2010. “I’ve always had a strong interest in                       • Person he’d most like to have dinner with: Kobayashi
 the fitness and performance industry. It’s in-                           • Favorite athletes growing up: Frank Thomas, Bo Jackson, Bob
 credible what focus on diet and training can do                            Baumhower, Ken Griffey Jr., Anfernee Hardaway, Dennis Rodman,
 to sculpt the human body.” Zone AP features                                Rusty Kuntz and Michael Jordan
 state-of-the art training equipment and an elite staff designed to • First job growing up: “Busboy, cook, waiter, CD bootlegger.”
 help clients achieve their fitness goals.
                                                                          • Attended Homewood High School in Homewood, AL
 For more information, and to see a video of Mathis’ incredible
 eight-week body transformation, log on to www.ZoneAP.com
• Most challenging aspect of your job: Staying healthy                                         CAREER SERVICE
• Best player you’ve ever lined up against: Justin Smith                  YEAR     TEAM           GP/GS      Playoffs
• Advice to aspiring offensive linemen: “Work, focus, dominate.”          2005     Car.              9/0     YEAR     TEAM           GP/GS
• Best/worst parts about being your size: “The best part is that          2006     Car.            15/15     2005     Car.              0/0
  chicks dig ogres. The worst part is it’s hard to fit in a Prius.”       2007     Car.              1/0     2009     Cin.              1/0
• Biggest influence on his career: “I’m Above the Influence™”             2008     Mia.              7/0     Totals                     1/0
                                                                                   Cin.              1/0
                                                                          2009     Cin.             13/7
                                                                          2010     Cin.             12/0
                                                                          2011     Phil.           15/15
                                                                          2012     Phil.             7/7
                                                                          Totals                   80/44
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                  6-1, 245   Born 1/16/89 in Northridge, CA
                  Oregon     Oaks Christian HS, Westlake Village, CA
                  2nd year   Acquired - D4a-11 (116th overall)


A fourth round draft choice of the Eagles in 2011, Casey Matthews • Garnered second-team                 THREE-STEP DROP
continued his family’s long tradition of football as he became the      All-Pac 10 Conference
sixth member of the Matthews clan to play in the NFL. A four-year       accollades as a junior in        Greatest love besides football: Fishing
letterman at Oregon, Matthews was a two-time All-Pac 10 Confer-         2009. Finished second            Talent he’d most like to have: Ability to
ence selection in both his junior and senior seasons. A high-motor      on the team with 81                play the guitar and piano
                                                                                                         Actor that would play him in a movie:
player, Matthews is an important contributor on the Eagles special      tackles, while register-
                                                                                                           Bradley Cooper
teams units.                                                            ing three sacks and one
                                                                                                         Favorite personal moment in sports
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                         interception                       growing up: Getting a scholarship to
                                                                      • Played in all 13 games in          college
• Tied for the team lead with seven special teams tackles
                                                                        2008, starting the final         Teams/athletes growing up: Cleveland
• Blocked a punt by Matt Bosher vs. Atl. (10/28) while making his       seven            contests.         Browns/Eric Metcalf
  first start of the season at SAM linebacker                           Recorded 67 tackles, two         On his bucket list: Read the whole Bible
BIRDSEED                                                                sacks and 13 tackles for         Collects: Shot glasses from each state
                                                                        a loss                           Nicknames: C-Mat and Boogie (pro-
• One of five children of Leslie and Clay Matthews. Claims the                                             nounced buh-jee)
  biggest influence on his life and career is his father. Said Casey: • Registered 18 tackles,
                                                                                                         Most played artist on his iPod: Drake
  “I’ve learned so much from him, the way he carries himself, the       one sack, and one tackle
                                                                                                         Meal: Filet mignon
  work ethic he puts into everything he does. He’s a great role         for a loss in 11 games in
                                                                                                         Book: Game of Thrones
  model for me and the rest of my family.”                              2007                             TV Show: Entourage
• In addition to his five family members that have played in the NFL, PERSONAL                           Movie: American Psycho
  brother Kyle Matthews was a safety for the 2003 USC National • A two-time all-league                   Quote: “Don’t let the good things in life
  Championship team and his cousin, Jake Matthews, is currently                                            rob you of the best things.”
                                                                        and all-county selection
  a starting right tackle at Texas A&M                                                                   Person to follow on Twitter: Jim Rome
                                                                        at Oaks Ridge HS.                  - @jimrome
• During the offseason, does a boxing training regimen with his         Helped lead his team to          Philly restaurant: Chima
  brother, Clay, at a local gym where he grew up in California          a 13-0 record as a junior
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS                                                    • Has a fianceé, Alyssa
• Started in 33 of 50 games, recording 245 tackles, 30.5 tackles for • Earned his degree in sociology
  a loss, nine sacks, four interceptions and one forced fumble        • Follow Casey on Twitter: @CaseyMatthews50
• Earned first-team All-Pac 10 Conference honors as a senior in
  2010 and finished as a finalist for the Ronnie Lott Impact Award,                2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
  given annually to the top college defender. Led the team that year   Date        Opp   W/L   P/S   S    A    T   Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
  to an appearance in the National Championship game, amassing         Sep 10   at Cle   W     1/0   0    0    0   0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  79 tackes, three sacks and nine tackles for a loss                   Sep 16      Bal   W     1/0   0    0    0   0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
           ENTERING THE FAMILY BUSINESS                                Sep 23   at Ari   L     1/0   0    0    0   0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                                                       Sep 30      NYG   W     1/0   0    0    0   0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
After being drafted by the Eagles in the fourth round                  Oct 7    at Pit   L     1/0   2    0    2   0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
in 2011, Casey Matthews looks to add to the long tradition of foot-    Oct 14      Det   L     1/0   0    0    0   0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
ball excellence his family has found in the NFL. His grandfather,      Oct 28      Atl   L     1/1   1    3    4   0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Clay Matthews Sr., played four seasons as a linebacker and of-         Nov 5    at NO
fensive tackle for the San Francisco 49ers (1950, 1953-55). His        Nov 11      Dal
father, Clay Matthews Jr., played a whopping 19 years at line-         Nov 18   at Was
backer for the Cleveland Browns (1978-93) and Atlanta Falcons          Nov 26      Car
(1994-96), earning four Pro Bowl berths along the way. His uncle,      Dec 2    at Dal
Bruce Matthews, is a Hall of Fame offensive lineman, playing 19        Dec 9    at TB
seasons for the Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans (1983-2001).           Dec 13      Cin
His older brother, Clay Matthews III, is a three-time Pro Bowl         Dec 23      Was
linebacker for the Green Bay Packers. Finally, his cousin Kevin        Dec 30   at NYG
Matthews is a center for the Tennessee Titans (2010-present).          Totals                  7/1   3    3    6   0.0   0   0   0   0   0   0 0


           CAREER HIGHS                                               MATTHEWS’ CAREER STATISTICS
 Tackles    7      (9/18/11 at Atl.)                                     TACKLES                       INTERCEPTIONS
 Sacks      1.0    (12/11/11 at Mia.)       Year Team     GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks             Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT
                                            2011 Phil.    16/3   37 28      9   1.0            7.0   0    0  0    0 0 0 0   0  11
                                            2012 Phil.    7/1     6    3    3   0.0            0.0   0    0  0    0 0 0 0   0   7
                                            TOTALS        23/4   43 31 12       1.0            7.0   0    0  0    0 0 0 0   0  18

                                            ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
                                            BLOCKED PUNT: (1) - 2012 [vs. Atl. 10/28/12 (Matt Bosher)]
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                 6-0, 227     Born 7/8/79 in Melbourne, Aust.
                 Hawaii       Brighton School, Melbourne, Aust.
                 9th year     Acquired - FA 2012                                                                        Pro Bowls: 2006, 2010


A two-time Pro Bowler and All-Pro selection, Mat McBriar signed BIRDSEED
with the Eagles on 9/25/12 after spending the 2012 preseason in                                       THREE-STEP DROP
                                                                      • Credits former Charg-
Philadelphia and being released as part of the team’s final roster
                                                                        ers and Vikings punter Nicknames: “Mate,” “Outback”
cut down. Originally signed as a rookie free agent by Denver in 2003,
                                                                        Darren Bennett as the Favorite team growing up: The Sydney
McBriar spent the previous eight seasons as a member of the Dal-                                        Swans of the Australian Football
                                                                        biggest influence on his
las Cowboys, where he booted 494 punts for 22,369 yards.                                                League
                                                                        career. A fellow Aus-
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                       tralian, Bennett’s suc- Actor that would play him in a movie:
                                                                        cess in the NFL helped          Liam Neeson
• Earned All-Pro and Pro Bowl honors with the Cowboys following                                      Person he’d most like to trade places
  the 2006 and 2010 campaigns, becoming just the second native of       spark interest in pro-
                                                                                                        with: Daniel Craig in James Bond.
  Australia to earn that distinction (Darren Bennett was the other)     fessional football in the
                                                                                                        “He’s got it pretty good.”
• Is the Cowboys all-time career leader in both gross (45.3) and net    Melbourne area and
                                                                                                     Collects: Game day programs from
  average (38.1) and owns six of the club’s top-10 single-game highs    caught the attention of         every game he’s played in since col-
  for gross average and the second-best single-game net average         a young McBriar                 lege
• Holds the Cowboys record for most kicks downed inside the 20-       • Continues to kick with First job: Delivering newspapers
  yard line (175)                                                       the same cleats he re- Favorite quote: “If it is to be, it’s up to
                                                                        ceived when he first en-        me.”
• Averages 45.4 yards per kick in his career, which currently ranks     tered       the    league: Favorite movie: Braveheart
  fifth in NFL annals                                                   “They’re starting to TV show: Criminal Minds in the U.S.,
• Led the league in punting average (47.9) and net punting average      wear out a little bit now.      Rake in Australia
  (41.7) in 2010                                                        Obviously, I’ve had Restaurant: Bob’s Steakhouse in Dallas
• In 2006, his league-leading 48.2-yard average was the first 48+       them fixed up a little Artists: Time and Power, Tallest Man on
  yard average by an NFL punter since 1961                              bit, but they stopped           Earth

2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                         making these in 2003.”
                                                                      • Learned to stand-up paddleboard in the offseason as a form of
• Set an Eagles record with a 56.6-yard gross average on five punts
                                                                        leisurely training: “I’m getting a little bit older and I used to like to
  vs. Det. (10/14)
                                                                        run a little bit more, but I figured I should probably try to lay off of
          CAREER HIGHS                                                  the knee impact. So, I took up paddling this offseason. I’m better
                                                                        on flat water than I am out in the ocean, but it’s a good workout.
Punts       9    (4x - 12/24/11 vs Phi.)                                It’s taxing; you burn out afterwards but you’re not sore. I like that
Yards       388 (11/25/04 vs Chi.)                                      a lot. It’s a great core workout.”
Long        75 (10/15/06 vs Hou.)
                                                                      • Grew up playing Aussie rules football in Melbourne, Australia, and
In20        5    (3x - 12/24/11 vs Phi.)
                                                                        credits his proficiency in punting to playing the kicking-oriented
Gross       56.8 (10/15/06 vs Hou.)
                                                                        game as a child: “Aussie rules football is the number one game in
Net         55.0 (11/25/10 vs NO)
                                                                        Melbourne and in most of the country. We pick the ball up and un-
  ADDITIONAL CAREER STATS                                               like soccer, which is just kicking it randomly, we punted it to each
                                                                        other. That’s what I grew up with. You guys grow up throwing the
PASSING: 2004 (1-0-0)                                                   ball and we grow up kicking it.”
SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 2004 (2-0-2),
2005 (0-1-1), 2009 (2-0-2), 2011 (1-0-1)

                    MCBRIAR’S CAREER STATISTICS                                                   2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
Year Team    GP No     Yds        Avg OpRt Yds TB NtYds NtAvg In20              Lg Blk     Date          Opp W/L No Yds Avg Net TB In20 Lg Blk
2004 Dal.    16   75 3182         42.4  39 410 7 2632 35.1 22                   68 0                           Signed by Philadelphia on 9/25
2005 Dal.    16   81 3439         42.5  33 250 9 3009 37.1 28                   63 0       Sep 30        NYG W      4 182 45.5 38.3 0 2 56 0
2006 Dal.    16   56 2697         48.2  31 334 10 2163 38.6 22                  75 0       Oct 7    at   Pit L      4 176 44.0 37.3 1 1 56 0
2007 Dal.    16   63 2970         47.1  35 406 7 2424 38.5 17                   64 0       Oct 14        Det L      5 283 56.6 38.2 1 0 64 0
2008 Dal.    6    24 1175         49.0  16 144 3     971 38.8    5              66 1       Oct 28        Atl L      3 144 48.0 44.3 0 2 56 0
2009 Dal.    16   72 3249         45.1  38 314 3 2875 39.9 38                   63 0       Nov 5    at   NO
2010 Dal.    16   65 3115         47.9  33 205 8 2750 41.7 22                   65 1       Nov 11        Dal
2011 Dal.    14   58 2542         43.8  26 272 7 2130 36.1 21                   68 1       Nov 18   at   Was
2012 Phil.   4    16   785        49.1   9 119 2     626 39.1    5              64 0       Nov 26        Car
TOTALS       120 510 23154        45.4 260 2454 56 19580 38.4 180               75 3       Dec 2    at   Dal
                                                                                           Dec 9    at   TB
PLAYOFFS                                                                                   Dec 13        Cin
2006 Dal.    1       5      242   48.4     3     13    1    209    41.8     0 62      0    Dec 23        Was
2007 Dal.    1       4      189   47.3     1     25    0    164    41.0     3 58      0    Dec 30   at   NYG
2009 Dal.    2       9      366   40.7     2      9    1    337    37.4     7 0       0    Totals                  16 785 49.1 39.1 2 5 64 0
TOTALS       4      18      797   44.3     6     47    2    710    39.4    10 62      0
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              RUNNING BACK
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                5-11, 208      Born 7/12/88 in Harrisburg, PA
                Pittsburgh     Bishop McDevitt, Harrisburg, PA
                4th year       Acquired - D2-09 (53rd overall)                                                                Pro Bowls: 2011


A shifty running back with excellent vision and big-play ability, BIRDSEED
LeSean McCoy has emerged as one of the most explosive and ver-                                         THREE-STEP DROP
                                                                         • Nicknamed “Shady” by
satile offensive weapons in the NFL, earning first-team All Pro hon-
                                                                           his mother. “My Mom Favorite movie: The Dark Knight
ors and his first trip to the Pro Bowl in 2011. McCoy was rewarded
                                                                           said I was a shady baby. TV Show: 106 and Park
with a five-year contract extension on 5/17/12 that will keep him
                                                                           One minute I’d be smil- Singers: Keyshia Cole, Beyonce
with the Eagles through the 2017 season. Originally a second-round
                                                                           ing, the next I’d be shy. Actors: Will Smith, Denzel Washington
draft choice out of Pittsburgh, McCoy made an immediate impact
                                                                           She gave me the nick- Food: Everything
during his rookie season in 2009 and seamlessly transitioned to his
                                                                           name and it just kind of Skill he’d like to develop: Swimming
role as the team’s starting running back in his second year.                                           Hidden talent: Can play the piano and
                                                                           stuck.”
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                                                        has been able to since he was 12
                                                                         • Remains involved in the Pregame ritual: Talk to family, pray, do
• Since becoming the                                                       Harrisburg community          100 pushups and situps
                                 McCOY’S RANKINGS SINCE 2010
  team’s starting running                                                  and donates uniforms Best part about living in Philly: Fans
  back in 2010, ranks Total Touchdowns                      34    3rd      to the Harrisburg Bron- Nickname: Shady
  among the league’s top Rushing Touchdowns                 26    3rd      cos, the youth football Funniest Eagle: Dominique Rodgers-
  running backs in many of Scrimmage Yards                3,934 4th        team he grew up play-         Cromartie
  the major offensive cate- Rushing Yards                 2,893 7th        ing on
  gories                                                                 • Also has embraced the          SHADES OF GREATNESS
• Was named FedEx Ground POY, and earned AP first-team All-Pro             Philadelphia commu-
  honors and his first trip to the Pro Bowl in 2011 as the NFC’s start-    nity, participating in Organized the “Shades of
  ing RB after leading the NFL and setting team records with 17            many local charity Greatness” foundation, dedicated to
  rushing and 20 total TDs, while finishing as the fourth-leading          events, including a hol- raising money for the fight against
  rusher (1,309 yards)                                                     iday shopping spree ALS. Has organized many charity
• Holds the team record for rushing yards and scrimmage yards in           with Kisses for Kyle events, including community days,
  his first three seasons, while boasting the best rushing average         and a Thanksgiving football camps, and basketball tour-
  (4.7) in team history                                                    turkey giveaway in naments in his hometown of Harris-
                                                                           2011. “I’m just trying to burg. “My Grandmom, Mary Branch,
         EAGLES PRODUCTION IN FIRST FOUR SEASONS                           do my best to give passed away from the disease,” said
        RUSHING YARDS                      SCRIMMAGE YARDS                 back. I’ve been so McCoy. “She’s an inspiration because
Player                        Yds. Players                       Yds.      blessed in my life, and of how hard she fought. It’s a terrible
1. Wilbert Montgomery 3,693 1. LeSean McCoy                     4,879      it’s also a blessing to disease and we need to do everything
2. LeSean McCoy              3,530 2. Wilbert Montgomery 4,807             be able to help out peo- we can to raise money to fight it.”
                                                                           ple in need.”              McCoy also organized a charity soft-
3. Steve Van Buren           2,813 3. DeSean Jackson            4,474
                                                                                                      ball tournament in 2012 that takes
                                                                         • Claims      his     older
                                                                                                      place at the Lancaster Barnstormers
• Since coming into the RECEIVING SINCE 2009 - NFL RBs                     brother, LeRon, is his
                                                                                                      minor league stadium.
  league in 2009, ranks as Category                                        biggest role model.
                                                       No.      Rank       "Just the way he han-
  one of the top receiving Receptions                  194        3rd
  backs in the NFL                                                         dled himself. He set the bar high for me. He played for the (Ari-
                                 Receiving Yards      1349        5th      zona) Cardinals (2005-06) and a couple of other teams (San
• Named to USA Today’s Receiving TDs                      8      2nd
  2010 All-Joe Team, which                                                 Francisco 49ers, 2007, and Houston Texans, 2008). He was not re-
  honors the NFL players whose work doesn't necessarily garner             ally recruited out of high school but he went to a Division II school
  headlines, but is integral to the success of their football team         and made it out."
• His 637 rushing yards in 2009 was the highest total ever for an        • Credits Brian Westbrook with his development as a professional.
  Eagles rookie and his 945 yards from scrimmage ranked second             “B-West has been a major influence on me. He taught me how to
                                                                           be a professional and how to prepare every week to be success-
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                            ful. You have to be able to treat it like a job because there are so
• Reached the end zone twice (one rush, one reception) vs. Atl.            many things you need to do to get ready for the games.”
  (10/28), marking his ninth-career multi-touchdown effort and his
  third-straight game with a receiving score                               “He’s a complete back. He is one of those guys that he has
• Scored a receiving touchdown in back-to-back games after reach-          a little flavor. I don’t want to put him that high up there with
  ing the end zone on a two-yard pass vs. Det. (10/14)                     Barry Sanders, but he has that type of ability to really jump
• Scored his sixth-career receiving touchdown at Pit. (10/7)               in the hole, jump out of hole the way you saw many high-
• After finishing the first half with just two yards on six carries, ex-   lights of the many people he made miss time and time
  ploded in the second half vs. NYG (9/30), finishing with 123 rush-       again...But he is a complete back, catching the ball out of
  ing yards and posting his 11th career 100-yard performance               the backfield, catching the ball on screens, running inside
• Scored his first rushing touchdown of the season vs. Bal (9/16)          and outside.”
• Rushed for 110 yards at Cle. (9/9), marking his 10th 100-yard                                            - Ravens Linebacker Ray Lewis
  game
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            2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS                                                                100-YARD RUSHING GAMES (10)

                                   RUSHING                 RECEIVING                            Yards      Date       Opponent Att. TDs
Date        Opp.   W/L   P/S    Att Yd Avg   Lg TD No    Yd Avg Lg TD TYS                       185        10/30/11   vs Dal (W) 30   2
Sep 9    at Cle    W     1/1    20 110 5.5   22 0 6      26 4.3 10 0 136                        149        12/12/10   at Dal (W) 16   0
Sep 16      Bal    W     1/1    25 81 3.2    20 1 2       8 4.0 5 0 89                          128        9/25/11    vs NYG (L) 24   1
Sep 23   at Ari    L     1/1    13 70 5.4    14 0 3       8 2.7 5 0 78                          126        10/16/11   at Was (W) 28   1
Sep 30      NYG    W     1/1    23 123 5.3   34 0 3      17 5.7 12 0 140                        123        9/30/12    vs NYG (W) 23   0
Oct 7    at Pit    L     1/1    16 53 3.3    10 0 4      27 6.8 15t 1 80                        122        9/11/11    at StL (W) 15   1
Oct 14      Det    L     1/1    14 22 1.6    11 0 7      26 3.7 17 1 48                         120        9/19/10    at Det (W) 16   3
Oct 28      Atl    L     1/1    16 45 2.8    10 1 3      22 7.3 11 1 67                         113        11/20/11   at NYG (W) 23   0
Nov 5    at NO                                                                                  111        11/21/10   vs NYG (W) 14   1
Nov 11      Dal                                                                                 110        9/9/12     at Cle (W) 20   0
Nov 18      Was                                                                                 102        12/18/11   vs NYJ (W) 18   3
Nov 26      Car
Dec 2    at Dal                                                                                         100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES (1)
Dec 9    at TB                                                                                  Yards      Date       Opponent Rec. TDs
Dec 13      Cin                                                                                 110        10/3/10    vs Was (L) 12   0
Dec 23   at Was
Dec 30   at NYG
Totals                   7/7    127 504 4.0 34 2 28 134      4.8 15t    3 638

                         YOUTHFUL ENERGY
McCoy has established himself as capable of handling a
big workload on the ground. Head Coach Andy Reid says part of
that can be attributed to his youthful energy and desire to play.
“He’s very young, too, remember that,” said Reid. “He’s the one
doing all of the jumping around in the locker room afterward. I
mean, he’s riding a bike with 1:30 left in the game. He’s got this
phenomenal energy and he loves to play.”

                     McCOY’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                          RUSHING        RECEIVING
Year     Team      GP/GS        Att    Yds Avg Lg TD No Yds Avg                 Lg TD
2009     Phil.     16/4        155     637 4.1 66t 4 40 308 7.7                  45 0
2010     Phil.     15/13       207    1080 5.2 62 7 78 592 7.6                   40 2
2011     Phil.     15/15       273    1309 4.8 60 17 48 315 6.6                  26 3
2012     Phil.     7/7         127     504 4.0 34 2 28 134 4.8                  15t 3
Totals             53/39       762    3530 4.6 66T 30 194 1349 7.0               45 8

PLAYOFFS
2009 Phil.         1/0           5     24    4.8   14    0    1     9 9.0 9           0
2010 Phil.         1/1          12     46    3.9    9    0    4    36 9.0 16          0
TOTALS             2/1          17     70    4.1   14    0    5    45 9.0 16          0

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS:
FUMBLES/LOST: (8/5) - 2009 (2/1), 2010 (2/1), 2011 (1/1), 2012 (3/2)
PLAYOFFS: 2010 (1/0)
TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS: (1) - 2009 (pass from McNabb)


                                                                   CAREER HIGHS
Rush atts          30      (10/30/11 vs. Dal.)          Recepts        12       (10/3/10 vs. Was.)          Touches     32    (10/30/11 vs. Dal.)
Rush yards         185     (10/30/11 vs. Dal.)          Rec. yds       110      (10/3/10 vs. Was.)          Scrim yds   200   (10/30/11 vs. Dal.)
Rush Lg            66T     (11/1/09 vs. NYG)            Rec. Lg        45       (11/8/09 vs. Dal.)          Scrim TDs   3     (3x - 12/18/11 vs. NYJ)
Rush TDs           3       (2x - 12/18/11 vs. NYJ)      Rec. TDs       1        (4x - 10/2/11 vs. SF)
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                 6-4, 296           Born 10/4/88 in Lago Vista, TX
                 Mary Hardin-Baylor Lago Vista HS, Lago Vista, TX
                 Rookie             Acquired - Waivers [Hou] 2012



An All-America standout from Division III powerhouse Mary Hardin- IN THE TRENCHES                           THREE-STEP DROP
Baylor, Nate Menkin became just the second UMHB alum to ever
                                                                        • Best part of being an o-line-
sign a contract in the NFL, joining current Indianapolis Colts LB Jer-                                     Hobbies: Spending time with his
                                                                          man: “The camaraderie. Being
rell Freeman. Claimed by the Eagles off of waivers from the Texans                                           family and being with his brothers
                                                                          in the trenches.”                First job: Waiter at a local restaurant
on 9/1/12, Menkin orginially signed as a rookie free agent with
Houston but was released as part of the team’s final roster cutdown. • Most underrated attribute Bucket list: Travel internationally
Named the American Southwest Conference offensive lineman of              being an o-lineman: “The ath-      and learn about different cultures
the year as a senior, he helped lead the Crusaders to four confer-        leticism. If we went on a diet, Favorite meal: Whole grain rice,
ence titles and a 48-6 overall record during his four years with the      we’d be 270 lbs., pure muscle.”    chicken breast and carrots
program.                                                                • Best player you’ve ever lined up Book: Unstoppable by Cynthia
                                                                          against: Texans OLB Connor         Kersey
BIRDSEED                                                                  Barwin                           Teams growing up: Philadelphia
• Claims that he would be in the WWE if he wasn’t playing football. • Advice to aspiring offensive           Eagles
  “I watch it and I think it’s really cool and exciting,” said Menkin.                                     Dinner Guest: Dwayne “The Rock”
                                                                          linemen: “Know and do the lit-     Johnson
  “I’d like to think of myself as a little goofy. I have a personality,   tle things. Do whatever it takes Favorite quote: “Never quit. Never
  and I like working out religiously, so I think all three go together    to be more prepared than your      give up.”
  with the WWE. I think it’d be a lot of fun. Entertainment is a lot of   opponent.”                       Movie: Any Given Sunday
  fun to me.” His favorite wrestler is former Miami gridiron stand-
  out Dwayne “The Rock”                                                 COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS TV show: Family Guy
                                      PHILLY CONNECTION                                                    First car: Ford F150 stick shift
  Johnson                                                               • A four-year letterman at the Nicknames: Nasty Nate
• Credits his late mother, Menkin’s high school foot-                     University of Mary Hardin-Bay- Cell phone app: Angry Birds
  Marleen, as being the ball games were played at Sise-                   lor at offensive tackle
  biggest influence in his life. more Field, which derives it’s         • Earned AFCA All-America honors as a senior and was also named
  His drive to never give up on name from former Eagle T and              the conference’s Offensive Lineman of the Year as a senior in 2011
  the task at hand was in- Texas native Jerry Sisemore.                 • Helped pave the way for a rushing attack that averaged 291.0
  stilled in him as he watched Sisemore, who played in                    rushing yards per game and 5.5 yards per attempt
  his mother fight breast can- Philadelphia from 1973-84,
                                                                        • A two-time All American Southwest Conference performer, the
  cer. “I’m just one of those served as the school board
                                                                          team posted a 48-6 overall record during his four years with the
  people, when I start some- president in Hill County after his
                                                                          program, winning four ASC Championships and advancing to one
  thing, I don’t quit,” Menkin playing days were over. The for-
                                                                          National Semifinal and two National Quarterfinal games
  stated. “I get that from my mer two-time Pro Bowl selec-
  mom.”                            tion helped establish a football     PERSONAL
• Even though he resided in program at Lago Vista so fami-              • Son of Darryl and the late Marleen Menkin
  Texas, Menkin grew up a fan lies interested in high school            • Has two younger brothers: Adin, who plays football for Harding
  of the Philadelphia Eagles football would not have to move              University and Zack, who is in middle school
  and remembers watching to another town.
                                                                        • Played high school football at Lago Vista High School in Lago
  the Birds run to the Super
                                                                          Vista, TX
  Bowl in 2004. “That’s around the time when I started playing foot-
  ball and I started watching them then and have just kept watch-       • Follow Nate on twitter: @BigMenk65
  ing ever since.”
                                                                                         MENKIN’S UNLIKELY JOURNEY
• Recruited as a defensive end and tight end out of Lago Vista High
  School, Menkin’s shift to the offensive line occured early during                      “I really think this is God's will
  his days at Mary Hardin-Baylor when the coaching staff wanted                          and he has had such a role, because the
  to utilize his combination of size and athleticism. “I’ve always been                  NFL wasn't even really a dream of mine
  the type of player that is like, ‘Yes sir. I’ll do whatever for the team,              when I was younger,” Menkin said. “He
  sir.’ So the coach asked, ‘Do you want to play offensive tackle for                    brought me to UMHB and really helped
  us?’ At first, I was a little skeptical. I wanted to play defensive end                me take steps from there...It has been
  because I wanted to tackle people and I thought I was a more ath-                      a fateful journey and this is just such a
  letic and bigger guy, which I was in DIII. He wanted me to protect                     blessing for me.”
  the passer.”
• Became just the second player ever from the Division III Mary
  Hardin-Baylor to be signed by an NFL team, joining Indianapolis                                CAREER SERVICE
  Colts LB Jerrell Freeman
                                                                                             YEAR       TEAM         GP/GS
                                                                                             2012       Phil.           0/0
                                                                                             Totals                     0/0
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              DEFENSIVE TACKLE
                                                          VU
               6-1, 300     Born 9/1/83 in Sacramento, CA
               USC          Los Alamitos HS, Los Alamitos, CA
               8th year     Acquired - D1-05 (31st overall)


One of the toughest and most dependable players in the confines of       men (Cowboys DE Greg THREE-STEP DROP
the Eagles locker room, Mike Patterson is in his 8th season in           Ellis vs. Arz. 10/3/99)
Philadelphia after being drafted in the first round in 2005. The fact • Was named to Sports Il- Favorite TV show: Naruto, a Japanese
that he played an entire season in 2011 was truly remarkable con-                                       animation show
                                                                         lustrated's Sleeper All-
sidering he was diagnosed with a rare brain condition called arteri-                                  Philadelphia-area restaurant: Zinc Cafe
                                                                         Pro Team in 2006 (Dr. Z)
ovenous malformation (AVM) that caused him to have a seizure                                            in Medford, NJ
during a training camp practice in August. Patterson continues to      2011 HIGHLIGHTS Guilty Pleasure: Having breakfast for
                                                                                                        dinner, especially pancakes and
recover from offseason surgery to repair his AVM and was placed • Ranked tied for third on
                                                                                                        French toast
on the Reserve/Non-Football Illness list on 8/27/12. A proven force      the team with 24 hurries
                                                                                                      Talent most like to have: Enough height
against the run, Patterson is in the midst of a seven-year contract      and second on the de-
                                                                                                        to be an NBA player
extension that he signed in 2006 and elapses in 2016.                    fensive line with 66 tack- Most memorable concert: Working se-
                                                                         les
BIRDSEED                                                                                                curity at a concert in Anaheim, had to
                                                                       • Forced a fumble of Jets        break up a mosh pit that was out of
• Endured a six-hour surgery in the 2012 offseason to repair his         QB Mark Sanchez vs.            control by jumping over a 4-foot wall
  AVM. The procedure, which left an 8-inch scar, was performed by        NYJ (12/18) which was Favorite vacation spots: Turks and
  Dr. Robert Spetzler in Phoenix and consisted of drilling open his      recovered by teammate          Caicos and Hawaii
  skull to get behind his right eye to untangle the nerves that caused   Joselio Hanson on the Person I’d like to trade places with for
  the AVM and the seizure. “I was a little bit nervous about the re-     Jets 17-yard line and led      one day: Andy Reid, so I could expe-
  covery part and how I’d feel right after the surgery, but otherwise    to an Eagles TD                rience the big office
  it was fine.”                                                                                       Favorite App: Cartoon Wars
                                                                       • Recovered a fumble of
• Credits his college defensive line coach, Ed Orgeron, for teaching                                  Funniest Eagle: Trent Cole
                                                                         Dolphins QB Matt Moore Favorite Car: 1970 Chevelle
  him the finer points of being a defensive tackle. “He is a really      forced by teammate
  rowdy guy and he got me tough, mentally. If not, he’ll break you.”     Jason Babin at Mia.
• An all-state wrestler in high school, Patterson used his stout,        (12/11). The turnover led to an Eagles TD
  solid body to create leverage to pin his opponents. He now uses • Sacked Patriots QB Tom Brady vs. NE (11/27)
  those same techniques to help him fend off offensive linemen.
  "Wrestling taught me how to stay low," Patterson said. "It's the • Posted a half sack of Giants QB Eli Manning at NYG (11/20)
  same technique as on the defensive line. You have to stay low and • Recovered a fumble of Bears RB Matt Forte forced by teammate
  use your hands. I was originally an offensive lineman in high          Trent Cole vs. Chi. (11/7). The turnover led to an Eagles TD
  school, but as soon as football coaches saw how aggressive I was • Notched a sack of QB Rex Grossman at Was. (10/16)
  when I wrestled, they moved me over to defense."                     INJURY REPORT
• Would like to open up a restaurant after his playing career is fin-
                                                                       • Placed on the Reserve/Non-Football Illness list on 8/27/12 while
  ished and is trying to come up with the right theme. “I grew up
                                                                         continuing to recover from offseason brain surgery
  around that in my family and it seems like a lot of fun. My father
  owned a restaurant [Touch of Class in Sacramento] and my mom
                                                                                               TRUE COURAGE
  worked in a kitchen at the hospital for many years.” His first job
  was as a cook at Los Alamitos Army Base for two summers,                                  During a training camp practice on
  where his uncle was a sergeant                                                            August 3, 2011, Patterson suffered a seizure
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                                           on the practice fields and was rushed to the
                                                                                            hospital. He was later diagnosed with an ar-
• Since 2007, has con-            RUSHING DEFENSE SINCE 1999                                teriovenous malformation (AVM) on his brain
  tributed to one of the top                                                                – a tangle of blood vessels. He visited with
  rushing defenses in the Seasons            Rank Yds/Game Avg.
                                                                           four different doctors who specialize in AVM cases and also
  NFL in terms of yards        1999-2006 24th         120.1      4.1
                                                                           visited with a seizure specialist. The doctors cleared him to
  per game and rushing Since 2007 6th                 103.1      4.0
                                                                           return to football, which he did just 17 days after his
  average                                                                  seizure, deciding to delay any procedures to fix the AVM
• Was named to Larry Weisman’s (USA Today) All-Joe Team fol-               until after the season. Because of what he overcame, Pat-
  lowing the 2007 and 2008 seasons, which honors the NFL players           terson was named the team’s 2011 Ed Block Courage Award
  whose work doesn’t necessarily garner headlines but is integral          recipient in a vote by his teammates.
  to the success of their football team
• In 2007, he and DE Trent Cole became the first pair of Eagles de-
  fensive linemen to record 100-plus tackles in a single season           “He always plays in the right place and does the right
  since 1991 (Jerome Brown, Clyde Simons, Reggie White, Mike              thing, and he always plays hard and knows what to do.
  Pitts)                                                                  This is a constant ... That’s a comfort to a coach to know
• Recovered a fumble on 3rd down of a goal-line stand at SF               that he’s always going to do the right thing. Mike Pat-
  (9/24/06) and raced 98 yards for his first-career TD. It was the        terson might be one of the best people I ever met.” -
  longest fumble return in Eagles history and tied for 6th-longest in     Jim Washburn
  NFL history. It was also tied for the longest among defensive line-
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PERSONAL                                                              PATTERSON’S CAREER STATISTICS
• Nicknamed "The Grizzle" by his defensive line-                                      TACKLES               INTERCEPTIONS
  mates. "Brodrick Bunkley came up with the Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds
  name because he says I'm always looking 2005 Phil. 16/7                    66 30 36 3.5 15.0            0     0     0    0 0 1 0        0
  rough like I just came out of the forest, like a 2006 Phil. 16/16 82 39 43 1.5 4.5                      0     0     0    0 0 0 2 98
  grizzly bear. It just stuck, so I embrace it."     2007 Phil. 16/15 114 63 51 4.0 30.5                  0     0     0    0 0 1 1 12
• Once appeared in an episode of It’s Always 2008 Phil. 16/16 86 39 47 0.5 4.5                            1 21 21          0 0 1 1        0
  Sunny in Philadelphia, one of his favorite 2009 Phil. 16/16 71 48 23 1.5 9.0                            0     0     0    0 0 0 0        0
  shows                                              2010 Phil. 15/14 57 29 28 2.0 15.0                   0     0     0    0 0 0 1        0
• In his first part-time job, was a cook at Los 2011 Phil. 15/15 66 39 27 2.5 19.5                        0     0     0    0 0 1 2        0
  Alamitos Army Base for two summers, where 2012 Phil. 0/0                     0    0     0 0.0 0.0       0     0     0    0 0 0 0        0
  his uncle was a sergeant. Eventually, wants to TOTALS             110/99 542 287 255 15.5 98.0          1 21 21          0 0 4 7 110
  go to culinary school. His favorite style of food
  to cook is "home-style breakfast food"             PLAYOFFS
• Was married in 2009 and resides in Cherry 2006 Phil. 2/2                     9    3     6 0.0       0   0     0     0    0 0 0 0        0
  Hill, NJ                                           2008 Phil. 3/3          21 15        6 0.0       0   0     0     0    0 0 0 0        0
                                                     2009 Phil. 1/1            7    3     4 0.0       0   0     0     0    0 0 0 0        0
• Has a Siberian husky named Chaos
                                                     2010 Phil. 1/1            6    5     1 0.0       0   0     0     0    0 0 0 0        0
• Is the youngest child of Tyrone and Florence TOTALS               7/7      43 26 17 0.0             0   0     0     0    0 0 0 0        0
  Patterson. Has one brother, Tyrone (a former
  basketball player at Sacramento City College), and two sisters,
  Roachelle and Knyesha                                                             2011 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
• Says that at some point in his life, would like to make it to the top Date       Opp W/L P/S      S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
  of Mount Everest. “I don’t actually want to climb the mountain, Sep 11 at StL W 1/1               2   0 2 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
  though. I just want to be placed on top, so I can say I was on top Sep 18 at Atl L         1/1    4   2 6 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
  of the world.”                                                         Sep 25    NYG L     1/1    3   2 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
• After attending a summer football camp in Southern California Oct 2              SF L      1/1    1   0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  prior to his freshman year of high school with his cousin, Jorrel Oct 9 at Buf L           1/1    3   2 5 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Knight, decided to move in with his cousin's family (Aunt L'Tanya Oct 16 at Was W 1/1             3   2 5 1.0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
  and Uncle Freddie, a seargent in the Army) and attend Los Alami- Oct 30          Dal W 1/1        1   1 2 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
  tos HS to play football                                                Nov 7     Chi L     1/1    4   3 7 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1
• Earned the nickname, "Bam-Bam," as a kid because he had an Nov 13                Arz L     1/1    2   1 3 0.0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
  unusual history of breaking things and sometimes hurting him- Nov 20 at NYG W 1/1                 3   2 5 0.5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
  self. "I always used to break glass and things like that. One time Nov 27        NE L      1/1    4   2 6 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
  I fell out of a two-story window when I was six years old. I broke Dec 1 at Sea L          1/1    3   3 6 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
  my shoulder, but I was up creating havoc again soon enough."           Dec 11 at Mia W 1/1        0   1 1 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1
• Earned All-America honors as a senior at Los Alamitos HS, Dec 18                 NYJ W 1/1        3   1 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
  recording 94 tackles, 7.0 sacks and 18 tackles for a loss              Dec 24 at Dal W 1/1        3   5 8 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                                                         Jan 1     Was W 0/0                  INACTIVE/FLU
• Also participated in wrestling, shot put, and discus in HS
                                                                         Totals              15/15 39 27 66 2.5 24 0 0 0 0 1 2
• Purchased a four-wheeler in 2007 and enjoys riding trails in New
  Jersey with fellow Eagles lineman Juqua Parker                                                                       TOUCHDOWNS (1)
                                                                                   CAREER HIGHS
• Races remote control cars, usually around his yard. He owns two
  gas trucks and an electric helicopter                                      Tackles 15 (10/5/08 vs. Was.)          98-yd FR return at SF
                                                                             Sacks     1.5 (9/17/06 vs. NYG)        9/24/06
• Loves old school cars and wants to start a collection. His favorite
  car is the 1970 Chevy Chevelle. “Once I have a little more time, I         INTs      1    (11/9/08 vs. NYG)
  want to learn how to work on them too.”                                    INT Lg 21 (11/9/08 vs. NYG)
• Enjoys playing golf after picking it up as a rookie in Philadelphia.
  His Eagles playing partner is Todd Herremans
• Owns a large collection of suspense movies and feels he would
  be a good movie critic. His favorite movie is "The Usual Suspects"
• Enjoys all types of music except for country. His current favorite
  artist is T.I.
• Is die-hard fan of the Sacramento Kings
• Majored in sociology and plans on earning his degree after he is
  done playing football
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              TACKLE
                                                        TN
                6-4, 328     Born 1/22/82 in Queen City, TX
                Arkansas     Queen City HS, Queen City, TX
                9th year     Acquired - Trade (Buf) 2009                                                 Pro Bowls: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011


In 2000, he was a redshirt defensive lineman in college, laboring on • The only other NFL line- THREE-STEP DROP
Arkansas’ scout team. In 2004, he was a rookie free agent tight end        man with a current
just looking for playing time in Buffalo. Now, he is a five-time Pro       streak of 5 straight Pro Favorite Teams/Players Growing Up:
Bowl offensive tackle who is building his resume for a spot in the         Bowl berths: Browns OT        Buffalo Bills, Texas Rangers, and
Pro Football Hall of Fame. In between is the remarkable story of           Joe Thomas                    Bruce Smith
Jason Peters, who is regarded by many experts as the best left • Scored two career TDs. Funniest Eagle: Trent Cole and it’s not
                                                                                                         even by design
tackle in the game, and who has anchored the Eagles offensive line         Blocked a punt and re- Favorite restaurant in Philadelphia:
since being acquired in a trade from Buffalo in 2009. Peters, who is       covered it in the end         Capital Grille
signed through 2014, is on the Non-Football Injury list while recov-       zone (12/19/04 at Cin.) Guilty Pleasure: Watching Basketball
ering from a ruptured Achilles tendon he suffered in the offseason.        and caught JP Losman’s        Wives
BIRDSEED                                                                   first career TD pass Favorite Movie: Act of Valor
                                                                           (9/11/05 vs. Hou.)          Meal: Anything that my mom cooks up
• Credits former Bills coach Mike Mularkey for his career-changing
                                                                                                       First Job: Working the grill at Wendy’s
  switch from tight end to offensive tackle in 2005. “Offensive line     INJURY REPORT                   in Atlanta, TX. After practice, I would
  was one of our weak points at that point and I just remember • Placed on the Re-                       ride 3 miles on my bike to work and
  wanting to get on the field any way I could. Coach Mularkey told         serve/Non-Football In-        made $140/week
  me about it and Mouse (offensive line coach Jim McNally) and I           jury list on 8/27/12 after Hobbies: Dominoes, fishing and camp-
  got to work.”                                                            suffering a ruptured          ing in Texas
• A student of the game, TRUCKIN’ ON & OFF THE FIELD                       Achilles tendon in the Bucket List: Do for my son what I could
  he relishes in learning                                                  offseason                     not do growing up
                             Thanks to his grandfather, Dallas
  and knowing all of the
                             Wiggins, buying and restoring cars has      • Underwent successful Talent Most Like to Have: To be an engi-
  details of playing of-                                                                                 neer for Microsoft and invent some-
                             been a passion in Jason’s life. “He used      surgery on 4/3/12 after
  fensive line. “You have                                                                                thing as impactful as the internet
                             to take all these old cars and fix them       suffering a ruptured
  to know what the de-                                                     Achilles tendon while training in Texas on 3/27
                             up. When I was little I was always
  fense is trying to do to
                             hanging around watching him and my QUOTES
  you at all times. And
                             uncle, and I got hooked"                    • NBC Sunday Night Football analyst Cris Collinsworth on Peters:
  that takes film work
  and experience. You Now, Peters owns anywhere from 10-                   “To get a big guy playing tackle that can pass protect like he does
  have to keep an eye on 15 cars and loves taking the time to get          and work his way down the field, God didn’t create many people
  the safeties.”             dirty under the hood to fix them up. His      like him.”
                             prized possession, though, is a PS • Howard Mudd on Peters: "If anyone doesn't think [Peters is the
• Peters on the unique
                             Freightliner (pictured below). “I use it      best left tackle in the league], I would categorically ask them to
  style of Eagles O-line
                             to tow my camper and my other cars. I         give me one who is as good. I didn't say better. I said as good. So
  coach Howard Mudd,
                             taught myself how to drive it.”               that puts him in a pretty rarified place.”
  “He’s a great coach
  and he coaches us re-                                                  • Evan Mathis on Peters: "To be that big and be as athletic as he is,
  ally hard. Every day                                                     it's unbelievable. To sum him up as an athlete, he's light on his
  can feel like you are a                                                  feet. To say someone who's what, 345-350 pounds, is light on his
  rookie again. But he                                                     feet is really not something you ever hear. But he can move.”
  always encourages us
  and says something                                                                             CAREER SERVICE
  positive while getting
  on you at the same                                                      YEAR      TEAM           GP/GS      Playoffs
  time. He never, ever wants us to get beat.”                             2004      Buf.              5/1     YEAR      TEAM           GP/GS
                                                                          2005      Buf.            16/10     2009      Phil.               1/1
• Went undrafted despite an impressive workout at the NFL scout-
                                                                          2006      Buf.            16/16     2010      Phil.               1/1
  ing combine, including a 4.8 time in the 40-yard dash. Credits the
                                                                          2007      Buf.            15/15     Totals                        2/2
  draft-day snub with giving him extra motivation. “I've always been
                                                                          2008      Buf.            13/13
  a hard worker, but I started working even harder when I didn't get
                                                                          2009      Phil.           15/15     Starts by position: 2004: 1 at TE,
  drafted. I just kind of put it all on myself, I put it on my shoulders
                                                                          2010      Phil.           13/13     2005: 1 at TE, 9 at RT, 2006: 7 at
  and decided to get it done."
                                                                          2011      Phil.           14/14     RT, 9 at LT, 2007: 15 at LT, 2008:
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                         2012      Phil.             0/0     13 at LT, 2009: 15 at LT (1 at LT
• A key contributer to an Eagles offensive line that helped engineer Totals                        107/97     in playoffs), 2010: 13 at LT (1 at
  the highest scoring offense in team history in 2010 (439 points)                                            LT in playoffs) 2011: 14 at LT
  and a team record 6,386 total net yards in 2011
• Earned Pro Bowl honors in 5 consecutive seasons (2007-11) and
  All-Pro honors following the 2007, ‘08, ‘10, and ‘11 campaigns
• Joined Frank “Bucko” Kilroy (1953-55) as the only two offensive
  linemen in franchise history to earn a Pro Bowl berth in three con-
  secutive years
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              RUNNING BACK
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               5-11, 222  Born 12/16/89 in Redlands, CA
               Washington Redlands East Valley HS, Redlands, CA
               Rookie     Acquired - Rookie FA (2012)


A bruising back who shows a knack for getting the tough yards after PERSONAL                          THREE-STEP DROP
contact, Chris Polk earned a roster spot with the Eagles in 2012
                                                                      • Scored 68 touchdowns Greatest love besides football: God
after signing as a undrafted free agent from Washington. Polk fin-
                                                                        in his career at Red- Career if not playing: Coaching
ished his Huskies career as the 2nd leading rusher all-time behind
                                                                        lands East Valley HS Hobby: Video games, esp. Call of Duty
Napolean McCallum as he eclipsed the 1,000-yard rushing mark
                                                                        and was named a Prep-          and FIFA
three times. His 4,049 rushing yards included a school-record 21
                                                                        Star All-American at Talent most like to have: Singing
100-yard games.
                                   LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT                  running back following Dinner guest: Jesus
BIRDSEED                                                                his senior season after Actor that would play him in a movie:
                                Polk scored a touchdown                                                Will Smith
• Credits his mother, Edrena, the first time he ever touched a          rushing for 2,561 yards
  to getting him where he is football in a organized football           and 29 touchdowns and Guilty pleasures: Sweets, Documen-
                                                                        leading the team to a          taries
  today. “With everything she game at the age of 6 and never
                                                                        12-1 record                  Most memorable concert: Summer Jam
  went through, raising me turned back. “From that moment                                              in Oakland in 2011
  and having to make a living, on, my dream was to play profes- • Has a blue pitbull Favorite meal: Mac & Cheese
  she motivates me to be the sionally,” recalled Polk. “I love          named Achilles               Books: The Bible, his Eagles playbook
  best I can be and try harder football so much, I didn’t play any    • Son of Edrena Polk, a Car: Ferrari
  every day.”                   other sport since age 6. I never        registered nurse, and Movies: Men of Honor, Titanic
• What he loves most about tried basketball, never tried any-           Chris Polk, Sr., a retired TV show: Family Guy
  football: “The camaraderie thing else but football. I’ve been         Navy officer                 Song: “Thirsty” - Kendrick Lamar
  aspect is the best part for in love with football since that        • Obtained a bachelor’s Teams/athletes growing up: Oakland
  me. There’s always compe- first carry.”                                                              Raiders, Nnamdi Asomugha, Michael
                                                                        degree in American
  tition between everyone,                                                                             Vick, Emmitt Smith
                                                                        Ethnic Studies in De-
  but you always build friendships with your teammates.”                                             Athletes to watch now: Kobe Bryant,
                                                                        cember of 2011                 Derrick Rose, Kevin Durant, Lionel
• Most underrated attribute at running back: “Patience. You can’t                                      Messi
  just go out there and run because you need to wait for things to                                   App: iFunny
  develop. You need to have knowledge of what the opposing de-                                       Philly restaurant: Del Frisco’s
  fense is going to do so you can make your reads. Once you see
  how they’re lining up, you need to know the play and your assign-
  ment, especially when it comes to blocking and blitz pickup.”                  2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
• Uses yoga as one of his offseason training methods so he can stay                                  RUSHING                 RECEIVING
  as flexible as possible.                                            Date      Opp. W/L P/S      Att Yd Avg Lg TD No Yd Avg Lg TD TYS
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS                                                    Sep 9 at Cle W 1/0           0     0 0.0 0 0 0        0 0.0 0 0      0
                                                                      Sep 16    Bal W 1/0          0     0 0.0 0 0 0        0 0.0 0 0      0
• Registered 4,049 rushing yards and 26 TDs on 799 carries (5.1 av-
                                                                      Sep 23 at Ari L       1/0    0     0 0.0 0 0 0        0 0.0 0 0      0
  erage), while also contributing 683 receiving yards and four touch-
                                                                      Sep 30    NYG W 1/0          0     0 0.0 0 0 0        0 0.0 0 0      0
  downs on 79 receptions during his four-year career at Washington
                                                                      Oct 7 at Pit L        0/0           INACTIVE
• Finished as Washington’s second-leading rusher, and is one of Oct 14          Det L       1/0    0     0 0.0 0 0 0        0 0.0 0 0      0
  just seven players in Pac 12 history to top 4,000 yards rushing     Oct 28    Atl L       1/0    0     0 0.0 0 0 0        0 0.0 0 0      0
• Earned first-team All-Pac 12 honors as a junior in 2011 with 1,488 Nov 5 at NO
  rushing yards and 12 TDs. Averaged 5.1 yards per carry and also Nov 11        Dal
  grabbed 31 passes                                                   Nov 18    Was
• Named 2nd team, All-Pac 10 in 2010, finishing with 1,415 rushing Nov 26       Car
  yards and nine TDs on 260 carries (5.4 average)                     Dec 2 at Dal
• Became the first Huskies freshman ever to break 1,000-yard Dec 9 at TB
  rushing plateau, finishing with 1,113 yards on 226 carries          Dec 13    Cin
                                                                      Dec 23 at Was
• Played in the first two games as the team’s starting running back
                                                                      Dec 30 at NYG
  in 2008, but received a redshirt after injuries forced him to miss
                                                                      Totals                6/0    0     0 0.0 0 0 0        0 0.0 0 0      0
  the remainder of the season

                  POLK’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                  RUSHING               RECEIVING
Year Team GP/GS         Att    Yds Avg Lg TD         No Yds Avg Lg TD
2012 Phil. 6/0           0       0 0.0    0 0         0    0 0.0 0 0
Totals     6/0           0       0 0.0    0 0         0    0 0.0 0 0
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              6-4, 320    Born 4/23/84 in Salt Lake City, UT
              BYU         Timpview HS, Provo, UT
              1st year    Acquired - Rookie FA (2009)

After spending the majority of the last three campaigns on the QUOTES
Philadelphia practice squad, Dallas Reynolds has made the leap                                          THREE-STEP DROP
                                                                         • Eagles head coach
from developmental project and assumed the role of starting cen-
                                                                           Andy Reid on Reynolds’ Favorite Philly restaurant: Geno’s
ter for the Eagles in the absence of Jason Kelce. Originally a rookie
                                                                           development:         “He Guilty pleasure: Strawberry cheese-
free agent signing of the Eagles in 2009, Reynolds started 51                                            cake
                                                                           worked his tail off here
games at BYU and twice garnered first-team All-Mountain West                                           Favorite Team Growing Up: LA Clippers
                                                                           and he saw this trans-
honors. His younger brother, Matt, signed to the Eagles practice                                       Funniest Eagle: Jason Kelce
                                                                           formation in his body.
squad prior to the 2012 season.                                                                        First Job: Mowing lawns in Provo, Utah,
                                                                           You saw strength and          for $11 per lawn
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                            quickness. He was al- Favorite App: Facebook
• Started his first career NFL game at Ari. (9/23)                         ways a really good ath- Movies: Braveheart
• Saw the first significant playing time of his career after replacing     lete, but he got Talent Most Like to Have: Play the piano
  an injured Jason Kelce at center in the third quarter in a win vs.       stronger and that’s Favorite Memory in Sports: Being able
  Bal. (9/16)                                                              what he needed to do.         to play college football with two of
                                                                           He lived in that weight       my brothers, Lance, Jr. and Matt
IN THE TRENCHES                                                            room and got himself Quote: “What we do in life echoes in
• How he decided to become an O-lineman: “My first year of mid-            together there, where         eternity”
  dle school - it was the first time I played tackle football - I was a    he needed to be to
  tight end. I just kept getting bigger and bigger. So I kind of fell      compete at this level.”
  into the spot more than that’s what I wanted to become. I started • Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg on
  to really enjoy it in high school and then I knew that’s what I          Reynolds:“Proud of Dallas. You go way back and he’s really put
  wanted to do.”                                                           the hard work and preparation and hours and hours and hours in.
• The best part of being on the O-line: “There’s not just one or two       He’s evolving into a fine football player in the NFL. So, a great
  guys that you’re playing with; there are five guys. There has to be      credit to him. He’s a very bright guy. He’s a natural football player.
  some unity and you all have to be on the same page. I think that’s       He’s added strength and size and he’s handled this thing really
  difficult and challenging, but I think that might be the most fun        well.”
  part of it. You have to be working together.”                          PERSONAL
• Most underrated attribute of being on the O-line: “I think a lot of • He and his wife, Suzanne, have a daughter, Sharae
  things start with the offensive line. The running backs get those
  big runs a lot of the times; they’re athletes. But, a lot of the time, • Son of Lance and Leslie Reynolds ... has three brothers and one
  it’s because of what happens in front of them. I think there are a       sister
  lot of unseen things that happen on the offensive line that make • His younger brother, Matt, was FATHER KNOWS BEST
  the team roll.”                                                          signed by Carolina as a rookie
                                                                           free agent in 2012 before being His father, Lance, is the
BIRDSEED                                                                   released as part of the team’s assistant head coach and tight
• Claims that he has missed just one game in his entire football           final roster cutdown. Matt ends coach at BYU. “He has al-
  career. “I missed one game my junior year of high school, but            signed to the Eagles practice ways been there [for me],”
  that’s it.”                                                              squad on 9/3/12                     said Dallas. “He was a coach so
• Ventured on a church mission to Seattle, WA, five days after his • Achieved the rank of Eagle the things he would say and do
  high school graduation. While on the expedition, Reynolds shared         Scout when he was 14 years - growing up he was always
  the message of Jesus Christ, while providing his services. “It was       old                                 there for me to ask questions.
  really the first time I was away from home. It was a learning ex- • Favorite place to visit: Bear He helped me in my life and my
  perience for me, going out on my own. Obviously, you’re out in a                                             career, as well.”
                                                                           Lake in Garden City, UT, for
  big city. I learned a lot about myself in terms of taking care of        water skiing and fishing
  myself and becoming independent. It really helped me out in as-
                                                                         • A two-time Deseret News first-team All-State selection at Tim-
  pects of my religion and my beliefs in Jesus Christ. It really
                                                                           pview HS in Provo, UT. Also, was a team captain as a senior and
  shaped who I am today.”
                                                                           earned all-region honors following his junior and senior seasons

                                                            CAREER SERVICE
                                       YEAR       TEAM         GP/GS      First NFL game: 9/9/12 at Cle.
                                       2009       Phil.        0/0        First NFL start: 9/23/12 at Ari.
                                       2012       Phil.        7/5
                                       Totals                  7/5
                                       Playoffs
                                       YEAR       TEAM         GP/GS
                                       2009       Phil.        0/0
                                       Totals                  0/0
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                    CORNERBACK
                                                                                           OP
                     6-2, 182            Born 4/7/86 in Bradenton, FL
                     Tennessee St.       Lakewood Ranch HS, Bradenton, FL
                     5th year            Acquired - Trade (Arz) 2011                                                                  Pro Bowls: 2009


One of the top young defensive backs in the NFL, Dominique BIRDSEED                                      THREE-STEP DROP
Rodgers-Cromartie is the team’s starting left cornerback. A freak-
                                                                        • Biggest influences on his Nickname: Sexy Bologna
ish athlete with a knack for making big plays, Rodgers-Cromartie
                                                                          career: “My mother [Melissa Hobbies: Movies, bowling, basketball,
was acquired by the Eagles via trade with Arizona in 2011. Originally
                                                                          Rodgers] and my grand-           skating, street racing
a first round selection (16th overall) of the Cardinals in 2008,
                                                                          mother [Cora Rodgers] be- Career if not playing football: Guidance
Rodgers-Cromartie was named to the 2009 Pro Bowl after inter-
                                                                          cause they always instilled      counselor
cepting six passes and forcing three fumbles that season. An avid
                                                                          in me the belief that I should Bucket list: Take a cruise to the islands
movie-goer, Rodgers-Cromartie enjoys giving back to the commu-
                                                                          never give up, go after what Dinner guest: Bernie Mac
nity via the Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie Foundation and other
                                                                          I want, and do it wholeheart- Favorite song: “Motivation” by T.I.
charitable initiatives.                                                                                  Teams/athletes growing up: 49ers,
                                                                          edly.”
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                       • Is the second cousin of NY       Timberwolves, Celtics
                                                                                                         Athletes to watch right now: Jaiquawn
• Owns four ca-                                                           Jets cornerback Antonio
                                    INTS AMONG CBS SINCE 2008                                              Jarrett, Kobe Bryant, Calvin Johnson
  reer intercep-                                                          Cromartie
                                                                                                         Meal: Spaghetti
  tion      return                  Asante Samuel                 26    • Takes dance classes in the Book: A Day Late And A Dollar Short By
  touchdowns, in-                   Tramon Williams               24      offseason in order to work       Terry McMillan
  cluding at least                   DeAngelo Hall                20      on and improve his foot- TV Shows: House, Martin
  one in each of                     D. Rodgers-Cromartie         19      work. As part of his game Website: YouTube
  his first three                    *includes postseason                 day routine, eats a turkey Cell phone app: Temple Run
  seasons                                                                 and ham Subway sandwich Funniest Eagles: Jason Babin and
• Has two career field goal blocks (11/8/09 at Chi., 12/14/08 vs. Min.)   before every game                LeSean McCoy
• Was selected to his first-career Pro Bowl following the 2009 sea-
  son after starting all 16 regular season games and leading the                    IN THEIR CORNER - THE DRC FOUNDATION
  team with career highs in INTs (6), KDs (33), and FFs (3)                                     Founded in 2008, the Dominique Rodgers-
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                                                     Cromartie foundation was established to
• Tied for second in the league and leads the team with 3 INTs while                                to provide underprivileged children with
  also tallying a team-high 8 pass deflections                                                      the resources and skills necessary to help
                                                                                                    them excel in education, develop strong
• Made a crucial INT of Eli Manning in the end zone in the 4th quar-
                                                                             life skills, practice positive athleticism, and have good citizen-
  ter vs. NYG (9/30) while the Eagles were holding onto a 3-point
                                                                             ship in order to pursue their dreams and become productive
  lead as the Giants had a 1st-and-10 at the Eagles 10-yard line.
                                                                             adults. The foundation accomplishes its mission through pro-
  The turnover led to an Alex Henery field goal on the ensuing drive
                                                                             grams that create improve communication skills and charac-
• Compiled his third career multi-interception game when he in-              ter development, and focus on the essential qualities of
  tercepted two passes off of Browns QB Brandon Weeden in a 17-              leadership, such as being responsible, being organized, being
  16 win at Cle. (9/9). He combined with S Kurt Coleman, who also            respectful, taking initiative, having a positive attitude, and lead-
  had two interceptions, to become the first Eagles defensive duo to         ing by example. It also holds both leadership and youth sports
  compile a multi-interception game since 12/21/75 when Frank                camps where kids can put these ideas into action.
  LeMaster and Artimus Parker did so at Washington. Also recorded
                                                                             For more information, please visit DRCFoundation.org.
  a team-high five pass deflections
              2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS                                                 MULTI-INTERCEPTION GAMES (3)
Date          Opp   W/L   P/S   S    A   T    Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR            INT   Opponent                  Quarterback
Sep 9    at   Cle   W     1/1   0    2   2    0.0 0 2 0 0 5 0 0                      2     at Cle (9/9/12) (W)       B. Weeden
Sep 16        Bal   W     1/1   2    0   2    0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                      2     at Det (12/20/09) (W)     D. Culpepper
Sep 23   at   Ari   L     1/1   3    0   3    0.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0                      2     at Sea (11/16/08) (W)     M. Hasselbeck
Sep 30        NYG   W     1/1   5    0   5    0.0 0 1 14 14 1 0 0
Oct 7    at   Pit   L     1/1   2    0   2    0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Oct 14        Det   L     1/1   2    1   3    0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                                   CAREER HIGHS
Oct 28        Atl   L     1/1   2    2   4    0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Nov 5    at   NO                                                                      Tackles       12      (1/3/09 vs. Atl, NFC-W)
Nov 11        Dal                                                                     INTs          2       (3x - 9/9/12 vs. Cle)
Nov 18   at   Was                                                                     INT Lg        99T     (12/7/08 vs StL.)
Nov 26        Car
Dec 2    at   Dal                                                                            TOUCHDOWNS (4) 4-0 record
Dec 9    at   TB
                                                                                      Description          Opponent
Dec 13        Cin
                                                                                      32-yd INT return     12/25/10 vs. Dal (W)
Dec 23        Was
                                                                                      28-yd INT return     10/10/10 vs. NO (W)
Dec 30   at   NYG
                                                                                      49-yd INT return     10/11/09 vs. Hou (W)
Totals                    7/7   16   5   21   0.0   0   3   14 14 10   0 0
                                                                                      99-yd INT return     12/7/08 vs. StL (W)
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BIRDSEED CONT’D                                                                            THE CROMARTIE CONNECTION
• Would love to trade places with defensive coordinator Todd Bowles         While Rodgers-Cromartie excelled on the field when given the
  for a day. “I’d love to call the plays in a game and see what it’s like   chance for the Tennessee State Tigers, he had to fight to get
  to have that much pressure.”                                              there in the first place. He attended four high schools in four
• What he loves most about playing football: “The competition, both         years because he moved back and forth between his parents
  the one-on-one aspect of cornerback vs. wide receiver, going              houses and his private high school’s scholarship program was
  against the other offenses and teams, and then going back and             eliminated. Because of the shuffling, Rodgers-Cromartie was
  forth with your teammates during the week.”                               not recruited as a scholarship player at any FBS football pro-
• Favorite thing about Philadelphia: “The people. We have great             gram. He was, however, given a chance to play on scholarship
  fans who support us every day. The people here in Philly have             at FCS Tennessee State (Ohio Valley Conference) because of
  treated me very well.”                                                    then-defensive coordinator Rod Reed, who was an assistant
                                                                            football coach at Bethune-Cookman while his father,
• Favorite things to do in Philadelphia: “Go bowling at Lucky Strike’s
                                                                            Stanley Cromartie, was an assistant basketball coach
  and eat at Warm Daddy’s soul food restaurant.”
                                                                            there. As soon as he began practicing with the team,
• Most underrated attribute of an NFL cornerback: “Vision. You              Rodgers-Cromartie began grabbing the attention of
  need to be able recognize and react to things you see in the of-          his new teammates and coaches by making intercep-
  fense.”                                                                   tions and breaking up passes. He was inserted as a
• Became the first Tennessee State player taken in the first round          starter halfway through his freshman year en route
  since 1974 when both DE Ed “Too Tall” Jones (Dallas, 1st overall)         to becoming the first Tiger drafted within the first
  and LB Waymond Bryant (Bears, 4th overall) were selected since            three rounds since 1990.
  I’ve arrived.”
PERSONAL                                                                                A DIFFERENT KIND OF FILM WORK
• Enjoys giving back to the community, both in Bradenton, FL and
                                                                       Off of the football field, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie is the Ea-
  Philadelphia. In addition to the work with his foundation, he
                                                                       gles biggest movie buff. While he tries to go when he can during
  adopted a high school football team in Germantown, PA in 2011
                                                                       the season, Rodgers-Cromartie goes to the movie theatres every
  He attended their games and donated equipment. He plans to do
                                                                       other day in the offseason. “I don’t care what kind of movie it is,
  the same in 2012, along with continuing to donate college schol-
                                                                       if it’s out and I’m there, I’ll go see it,” Rodgers-Cromartie said.
  arships in his name as well as be involved with the Boys and Girls
                                                                       His favorites are Troy, Love and Basketball, Mr. Brooks, Toy Story,
  Club back in Bradenton
                                                                       along with any type of mystery movie. Romantic comedies and
• Last name is derived from both his mother, Melissa Rodgers, and chick flicks are his guilty pleasure, and he likes A Walk To Re-
  his father, Stanley Cromartie, a former assistant basketball coach member, The Notebook, and Titanic.
  at Bethune Cookman. Both are heavily involved in his foundation
  and charity work
• Has two sisters: Shomanique Rodgers and Kiara                  RODGERS-CROMARTIE’S CAREER STATISTICS
  Rodgers
• Has a three-year old son, Dominique Rodgers-                                       TACKLES              INTERCEPTIONS
  Cromartie, Jr.                                        Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds
                                                        2008 Arz. 16/11        43 38 5 0.0 0.0            4 157 99T 1 23        0 0      0
• Attended Lakewood Ranch (FL) High School where
                                                        2009 Arz. 16/16        51 49 2 0.0 0.0            6 77 49T 1 33         3 0      0
  he was an all-area, All-Class 5A and All-District
                                                        2010 Arz. 16/16        32 29 3 0.0 0.0            3 86 32T 2 16         0 0      0
  11 defensive back and wide receiver
                                                        2011 Phil. 13/3        34 27 7 1.0 7.0            0   0     0 0 9       0 0      0
• Favorite sports moment growing up: “During my 2012 Phil 7/7                  21 16 5 0.0 0.0            3 14 14 0 10          0 0      0
  senior year of high school, going five-for-five and TOTALS       68/53 181 159 22 1.0 7.0 16 334 99T 4 91                     3 0      0
  winning every event during the country track meet
  in the long jump, high jump, triple jump, 100 PLAYOFFS
  meter, and 200 meter events.”                         2008 Arz. 4/4          21 19 2 0.0 0.0            2 19 19 0 7           0 0      0
• Collects all types of cars, and his favorite car that 2009 Arz. 2/2           5    5 0 0.0 0.0          1 -6 -6 0 1           0 0      0
  he owns is a purple 1972 Chevy Impala convert- TOTALS            6/6         26 24 2 0.0 0.0            3 13 19 0 8           0 0      0
  ible with green flames
• Born with a non-functioning kidney that was re- ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS:
  moved when he was eight years old                     SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: (6) - 2011 (1), 2008 (5)
• Majored in psychology                                 BLOCKED FIELD GOALS: (2) - 2009 (1) 2008 (1)
                                                        FUMBLES/LOST: (2/1) - 2010 (1/1) 2008 (1/0)
• Given name is Dominique Reshard Rodgers-Cro-
  martie
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              LINEBACKER
                                                            RV
                6-1, 247      Born 7/28/84 in Bessemer, AL
                Alabama       Jess Lanier HS, Bessemer, AL
                                                                                                                       Pro Bowls: 2007, 2009
                7th year      Acquired - T-Hou-12


A two-time Pro Bowl linebacker and AP All-Pro selection, DeMeco • Most under-rated at- THREE-STEP DROP
Ryans has already established himself as a leader on the Eagles de-    tribute about playing
fense after being acquired this offseason in a trade with the Hous-    linebacker: “You need Greatest love besides football: God
                                                                                                 Talent he’d most like to have: Ability to
ton Texans. A team captain while with Houston, the cerebral and        to have smarts to play
                                                                                                   sing
athletic middle linebacker was the Texans all-time leader with 637     this position. A lot of
                                                                                                 Favorite athletes/teams growing up:
tackles. Ryans is well known for his work in the community and es-     people think lineback-      Deion Sanders, Bo Jackson/Atlanta
tablished the DeMeco Ryans Foundation in 2007,                         ers are just a bunch of     Braves, Alabama football
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                      meatheads that like First job: A cashier at Waccamaw’s
                                                                       running into people. It’s   Home Place
• Left Houston as the Texans all-time leader with 637 tackles, and     not like that at all. You Nicknames: “Cap” - at Houston,
  led the club or tied for the team lead in tackles 30 times           need to be aware of         “Coach” - at Alabama
• Has registered 29 double-digit tackle games in his career            everything that’s going Most played artist on his iPod: Drake
• Made his second trip to the Pro Bowl following the 2009 season       on, on the field and be Meal: Fried pork chops, mac & cheese,
  after making 16 starts at MLB and recording 123 tackles, one         able to communicate         greens and corn bread
  sack, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery                      that to the rest of the TV Show: Martin
                                                                       guys on the fly.”         Quote: “If it was easy, everybody would
• Voted as a starter for the AFC Pro Bowl squad, earned a second-
                                                                                                   do it.”
  team AP All-Pro selection and was named the Texans team MVP        • After his playing days
                                                                                                 Place to visit: South Beach
  following the 2007 season after leading the team with 128 tackles,   are over, Ryans aspires
                                                                                                 What he’d be doing if he wasn’t playing
  while notching two sacks, one interception and a forced fumble       to coach high school        football: Coaching
• Was named AP Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2006 after starting     football. In fact, during
  in all 16 games and leading the Texans with a career-high 156        the lockout in 2011
  tackles, the most by any NFL rookie that season. Also posted 3.5     Ryans served as the defensive coordinator at his alma mater Jess
  sacks, one interception and a forced fumble                          Lanier High School during spring football
• Was named AFC Defensive POW vs. Oakland on 12/3/06 after           • Donates a full scholarship to a University of Alabama Football
  leading the team with 15 tackles, and becoming the first player in   player every single year
  Texans history to register a sack, INT, FR and FF in the same QUOTES
  game                                                               • Linebackers coach Mike Caldwell on Ryans’ leadership: “I think
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                             the main thing about DeMeco is he’s a professional and he’s a vet-
• Leads the team with 74 tackles and 10 tackles for a loss                  eran. So he understands and guys see that not necessarily on the
                                                                            field but off the field. It’s how they study, attention to detail, how
                        EAGLES - MOST TACKLES FOR A LOSS                    dedicated he is, watching extra film. Guess what, those young
                                                                            guys are going to see that and see where he’s come from. They’re
                        Jeremiah Trotter, 2005               13             going to say, ‘Okay, I’m going to do this to get there.’ Naturally,
                        DeMeco Ryans, 2012                   10             you just gravitate to good players and leadership.”
                         Trent Cole, 2007                    10
                         Jeremiah Trotter, 2004              10           PERSONAL
                          Hugh Douglas, 2000                 10           • Recorded 135 tackles, 11 sacks, two forced fumbles and two in-
                                                                            terceptions as a senior at Jess Lanier High School, earning all-
                           Note: TFLs started being tracked by              state and academic all-state honors
                           the Eagles coaching staff in 1999              • Was named to both              SWITCHING SIDES
                                                                            the      Tuscaloosa
                                                                            News Sweet Sixteen DeMeco’s favorite personal mo-
• Notched double digits in tackles in three consecutive games (12 at        and the Birmingham ment in sports growing up was the
  Pit, 10/7; 14 vs. Det, 10/14; 14 vs. Atl, 10/28)                          Post-Herald Super first time he played linebacker in middle
• Notched a sack and interception in the same game for the sec-             Senior teams          school. Originally a starting center on the
  ond time in his career vs. Bal. (9/16). Also collected 9 tackles, in-   • Son of Martha Ryans squad, Ryans filled in for the team’s MLB
  cluding 2 tackles for a loss                                              and Morgan Turner. in the first half of a game because his
• Led the team with 9 tackles, including a team-high 3 tackles for          Has two older broth- teammate was forced to sit out due to a
  a loss at Cle. (9/9)                                                      ers and one older suspension. “I made every single tackle
                                                                                                  in that half,” recalls Ryans. “Then when I
BIRDSEED                                                                    sister
                                                                                                  had to go back to center in the second
• Claims the biggest influence on his life is his mother, Martha          • Earned his degree in
                                                                                                  half, I was thinking I might need to make
  Ryans, who raised him and his three older siblings. Said Ryans:           business manage-
                                                                                                  a position change real soon. Sure enough,
  “Seeing her work so hard all her life for us, it really stuck with        ment
                                                                                                  the next year that change came.”
  me. She worked two or three jobs all the time when I was grow-          • Follow DeMeco on
  ing up. That taught me about work ethic and how hard work pays            Twitter: @DRyans59
  off eventually. I owe her everything.”
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                                                             RYANS’ CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                 TACKLES                         INTERCEPTIONS
                               Year Team       GP/GS     Tot Solo Ast Sacks              Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds
                               2006 Hou.       16/16     156 126 30     3.5             30.5   1 16 16      0 6 1 1   0
                               2007 Hou.       16/16     128 99 29      2.0             18.0   1    1  1    0 7 1 3 26
                               2008 Hou.       16/16     112 86 26      1.0              9.0   0    0  0    0 4 2 3 47
                               2009 Hou.       16/16     123 93 30      1.0              7.0   0    0  0    0 2 1 1   0
                               2010 Hou.       6/6        54 32 22      1.0             10.0   0    0  0    0 2 0 0   0
                               2011 Hou.       16/16      64 44 20      0.0              0.0   0    0  0    0 4 1 0   0
                               2012 Phil.      7/7        74 56 18      1.0             13.0   1    0  0    0 0 0 0   0
                               TOTALS          93/93     711 536 175    9.5             87.5   3 17 16      0 25 6 8 73

                               PLAYOFFS
                               2011 Hou.       2/1           11       4       7   0.0     0    0     0         0      0    0   0    0    0
                               TOTALS          2/1           11       4       7   0.0     0    0     0         0      0    0   0    0    0


            2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS                                                             CAREER HIGHS
Date        Opp   W/L   P/S   S    A     T   Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR                   Tackles       15        (12/3/06 at Oak.)
Sep 10   at Cle   W     1/1   8    1     9   0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                             Sacks         1.0       (9x - 9/16/12 vs. Bal.)
Sep 16      Bal   W     1/1   8    1     9   1.0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0                             INTs          1         (3x - 9/16/12 vs. Bal.)
Sep 23   at Ari   L     1/1   8    0     8   0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 30      NYG   W     1/1   6    2     8   0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 7    at Pit   L     1/1   8    4    12   0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0                                                       TOUCHDOWNS
Oct 14      Det   L     1/1   9    5    14   0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                                                                         Touchdown                 Opponent
Oct 28      Atl   L     1/1   9    5    14   0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                                                                         26-yd FUM ret.            10/21/07 vs. Ten. (QB Kerry Collins)
Nov 5    at NO
Nov 11      Dal
Nov 18   at Was
Nov 26      Car                                                                                                    COMMUNITY LINEBACKER
Dec 2    at Dal                                                                         DeMeco Ryans credits his strong work ethic to inspiration from
Dec 9    at TB                                                                          his mother, who raised him as a single parent and instilled in him
Dec 13      Cin                                                                         the importance of education and hard work at an early age. With
Dec 23      Was                                                                         that in mind, DeMeco established his own foundation in 2007 with
Dec 30   at NYG                                                                         a mission to create innovative programs that provide access to
Totals                  7/7   56   18   74   1.0     2   1    0   0       0   0 0       educational, recreational and healthy living initiatives designed
                                                                                        to positively aid in the development of youth.
                                                                                        Some of the programs include the DeMeco Ryans Leadership
                                                                                        Academy, football/chearleading camps, and an annual scholar-
                                                                                        ship competition, where he awards several students with partial
                                                                                        scholarships to a school of their choice.
                                                                                        For more information on DeMeco
                                                                                        and his foundation, please visit
                                                                                        www.demecoryansfoundation.org
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               5-9, 204      Born 10/20/86 in Gainesville, FL
               Iowa State    Gainesville HS, Gainesville, FL
               1st year      Acquired - T-Cle-2012


Not many youngsters realize their dream of playing in the NFL from PERSONAL                             THREE-STEP DROP
the side of a garbage truck working for Waste Management, but
                                                                       • His father, Jerome             Talent he’d most like to have: Singing
David Sims is certainly one of them and is proud of his unlikely route
                                                                         Johnson, works as a            Favorite song: “Bag of Money” by Rick
to the NFL. Acquired in a trade with Cleveland on August 31, 2012,
                                                                         barber, and his mother,          Ross
Sims looks to add depth to the Eagles defensive back corps and spe-
                                                                         Cadesha, works in a            Greatest love besides football: Amari-
cial teams units. Originally signed as a rookie free agent by the New
                                                                         hospital                         anna, his 4-year-old daughter
York Giants in 2011, Sims spent the final five weeks of his rookie                                      Person he’d most like to trade places
campaign on the Browns practice squad. After graduating from • In addition to playing                     with for a day: President Obama
Gainesville (FL) HS, Sims worked several odd jobs before attending       football and basketball,
                                                                                                        TV Show: The Cosby Show, Martin, and
Butte Community College in California en route to a productive two-      also was a three-year
                                                                                                          The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
year career at Iowa State.                                               letterman in track and
                                                                                                        Movie: King-Fu Hustle
                                                                         field at Gainesville High      Teams/athletes growing up: Barry
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS                                                       School                           Sanders and Michael Vick
• A two-year letterman at Iowa State, tallied 188 tackles and six in- • Majored in liberal stud-        Website: Facebook
  terceptions in 24 games                                                ies                            Hobbies: Video games
• Named the 2009 Big 12 Defensive Newcomer of the Year                 • On Twitter: @d_sims21          Bucket list: Skydiving
• Began collegiate career as a running back at Butte Community                                          Cell phone app: Instagram
  College in Oroville, CA in 2007
BIRDSEED                                                                                       GAINING PERSPECTIVE
• Was a teammate of Eagles G Danny Watkins at Butte Community                Sims spent a year after high school working on a
  College. Said Sims, “When Danny first came there, I was playing            garbage truck with Waste Management, as an overnight
  tailback so he was blocking for me for a while there. He’s a pretty        stocker at Sam’s Club, and found a job folding laundry at the
  good guy.”                                                                 University of Florida. “I’m very thankful for the position I
• Best influence early in life: “The person who influenced me to play        am in today,” said Sims about what his journey meant to
  football was my cousin. We were the the same age. He was play-             him. “I was determined to get here. Doing all those jobs
  ing Pop Warner football the year before me. I saw him play and             makes you think that you can’t do that for the rest of your
  told my parents that I wanted to play.”                                    life. It’s very humbling.”
• Most underrated attribute: “My ability to jump. Just because I am
  5-9, doesn’t mean I can’t jump or guard someone tall. I can still
  cover tight ends.”

                                               2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
                                   Date        Opp   W/L   P/S   S   A   T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
                                   Sep 10   at Cle   W     0/0            INACTIVE
                                   Sep 16      Bal   W     1/0   0   0   0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                   Sep 23   at Ari   L     1/0   0   0   0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                   Sep 30      NYG   W     1/0   0   0   0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                   Oct 7    at Pit   L     1/0   0   0   0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                   Oct 14      Det   L     1/0   0   0   0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                   Oct 28      Atl   L     1/0   0   0   0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                   Nov 5    at NO
                                   Nov 11      Dal
                                   Nov 18   at Was
                                   Nov 26      Car
                                   Dec 2    at Dal
                                   Dec 9    at TB
                                   Dec 13      Cin
                                   Dec 23      Was
                                   Dec 30   at NYG
                                   Totals                  6/0   0   0   0   0.0   0   0   0    0   0   0 0


                                                     SIMS’ CAREER STATISTICS
                                                   TACKLES           INTERCEPTIONS
                      Year Team     GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds                         STT
                      2012 Phil.    6/0     0    0    0   0.0 0.0  0    0  0    0 0 0 0   0                           3
                      TOTALS        6/0     0    0    0   0.0 0.0  0    0  0    0 0 0 0   0                           3
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                   6-1, 270         Born 9/13/84 in Portsmouth, VA
                   Virginia Tech    Deep Creek HS, Chesapeake, VA
                   7th year         Acquired - Trade (Sea) 2010

    A vocal, veteran presence along Eagles defensive front, Darryl Tapp • His workout partner happens THREE-STEP DROP
    is a valuable contributor to the team’s d-line rotation. Acquired via   to be his wife, Tiffany, who is a
    a trade with Seattle on 3/6/10, Tapp was originally a second-round      group fitness instructor in Nicknames: Tapper, Mang
    draft choice of the Seahawks in 2006. While at Virginia Tech, Tapp      Philadelphia as well as a com- First job: Cutting lawns
    logged 23.5 sacks and 38 tackles for a loss over a four-year colle-     petitive body builder. She was Dinner guest: Malcolm X
    giate career en route to an All-American nomination his senior sea-     heavily recruited as a softball Talent he’d most like to have: Playing
    son.                                                                    player at Syracuse. Together,       piano
                                                                                                              Bucket List: South African vacation and
    CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                       they train on the bike, run in
                                                                                                                safari
                                                                            sand, and train on the “Rocky
    • Tied a Seahawks team record with four sacks vs. StL (10/21/07),                                         Favorite teams/athletes growing up:
                                                                            Steps” at the Art Musuem in         Washington Redskins, Lawrence Tay-
       en route to a career-high seven sacks in 2007                        Philadelphia. “Her endurance        lor, Allen Iverson
    • Recorded his first-career interception off of Jay Cutler and re-      is off the charts. I struggle to Athletes to watch now: Kobe Bryant,
       turned it 25 yards for a touchdown at Den. (12/3/06)                 keep up with her sometimes.”        LeBron James, Landon Donovan, Al-
    2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                       • Favorite moments as a pro:          lison Felix
                                                                            “The first was when I had my Website: Mediatakeout.com
    • Combined with DE Brandon Graham to record a half sack of QB
                                                                            first sack, I took down Kurt Place to visit: Seattle
       Kevin Kolb at Arz. (9/23). Also recorded seven tackles and one
                                                                            Warner. The second was when Musicians: Drake,            Wale,    Donald
       tackle for loss                                                                                          Lawrence, Fred Hammond, Music
                                                                            I returned an interception for
    BIRDSEED                                                                a TD against Jay Cutler.”           Soul Child
    • Acknowledges that his family has been the main influence on his
       life and career. “I saw how hard my Dad worked to provide for our                   2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
       family. My Mom inspired me because she was always so support-
       ive and attended all of my practices and games. My brothers grew         Date      Opp W/L P/S      S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
       up around a lot of talented people who didn’t apply themselves,          Sep 9 at Cle W 1/0         2   3 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
       so they always pushed me to become the best athlete and person           Sep 16    Bal W 1/0        1   2 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
       that I could be.”                                                        Sep 23 at Ari L      1/0   4   3 7 0.5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                                                                Sep 30    NYG W 1/0        0   3 3 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
    • Trains with Rick Cox, his former high school football and track
                                                                                Oct 7 at Pit L       1/0   0   1 1 0.0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
       coach, at a facility called Speed by Rick Cox in Chesapeake, VA.
                                                                                Oct 14    Det L      1/0   1   1 2 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
       Locally, he trains with former Eagle Tra Thomas at 7 Deuce Sports
                                                                                Oct 28    Atl L      1/0   1   1 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
       in Medford, NJ
                                                                                Nov 5 at NO
    • If he could trade places with one of the Eagles brass for a day, it       Nov 11    Dal
       would be defensive line coach Jim Washburn: “He really enjoys            Nov 18 at Was
       his job and knows how to reach us and get the most out of his            Nov 26    Car
       players.”                                                                Dec 2 at Dal
    • Began playing football in middle school, but was cut from the             Dec 9 at TB
       school sponsored teams. Played recreationally until he made the          Dec 13    Cin
       high school football team, where he began to stand out                   Dec 23    Was
                                                                                Dec 30 at NYG
                                                                                Totals               7/0   9 14 23 0.5 7 0 0 0 0 0 0

                            TAPP’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                                               MULTI-SACK GAMES (2)
                                TACKLES           INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team    GP/GS Tot     Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT                             Sacks      Date          Opponent
2006 Sea.    16/0   23       15    8   3.0 19.0 1 25 25t     1  1 1 0  0   9                             4.0        10/21/07      vs. StL
2007 Sea.    16/16  50       42    8   7.0 44.5 1 -4 -4      0 10 3 2  9   0                             1.5        12/21/08      vs. NYJ
2008 Sea.    16/11  55       46    9   5.5 26.0 0     0  0   0  0 4 1  0   0
2009 Sea.    16/5   49       40    9   2.5 19.0 0     0  0   0  3 0 1  0   0
2010 Phil.   14/1   34       25    9   3.0 17.0 0     0  0   0  4 0 3  0   0
                                                                                                                 CAREER HIGHS
2011 Phil.   12/2   43       26 17     2.5 14.5 0     0  0   0  1 1 0  0   0                             Tackles 9      (10/19/08 at TB)
2012 Phil.   7/0    23        9 14     0.5  3.5 0     0  0   0  0 0 0  0   0                             Sacks 4.0      (10/21/07 vs. StL)
TOTALS       97/35 277      203 74 24.0 143.5   2 21 25t     1 19 9 7  9   9                             INTs    1      (2x - 11/4/07 at Cle.)

PLAYOFFS
                                                                                                                      TOUCHDOWNS
2006 Sea.    2/2       4     4     0    0.0    0.0    0     0    0    0    0    0   0     0    0
2007 Sea.    2/2       8     6     2    0.0    0.0    0     0    0    0    0    0   0     0    0      Description    Opponent
2010 Phil.   1/0       3     1     2    1.0    1.0    0     0    0    0    0    1   0     0    0      25-yd INT ret. 12/3/06 at Den (QB Jay Cutler)
TOTALS       5/4      15    11     4    1.0    1.0    0     0    0    0    0    1   0     0    0

ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS:
SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 2006 (9)
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               6-4, 300       Born 3/19/87 in Cincinnati, OH
               Boston College Archbishop Moeller HS, Cincinnati, OH
               3rd year       Acquired - FA (2012)



A versatile player with experience at both center and guard, Matt PERSONAL
Tennant adds depth to the offensive line after signing with the Ea-
                                                                      • Was an Associated Press All-State selection as a senior in 2004,
gles on 10/23/12. Tennant spent the first six weeks of the season on
                                                                        as well as being honored as the Greater Catholic South League’s
the New England Patriots’ roster after being released by the New
                                                                        Lineman of the Year at Archbishop Moeller HS
Orleans Saints on 8/31/12 as part of the team’s final roster cutdown
following the preseason. Tennant was selected by the Saints in the    • Lettered in track and wrestling in high school
fifth round of the 2010 NFL Draft after a collegiate career at Boston • Son of Kurt and Pam Tennant and has a younger sister, Abigail
College where he was one of the team’s captains and started 41
consecutive games.
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS
• After seeing action in five contests in 2006, Tennant started the
  final 41 games in his collegiate career
• During his senior season in 2009, Tennant paved the way for RB
                                                                                       CAREER SERVICE
  Montel Harris who had the fourth most carries in the country (308)
                                                                                    YEAR       TEAM        GP/GS
  and rushed for 1,457 yards, the tenth highest total in college foot-
                                                                                    2010       NO           16/0
  ball
                                                                                    2011       NO           12/0
• Named an All-ACC Second Team selection and a Rimington Tro-                       2012       NE             0/0
  phy finalist in 2009                                                                         Phi.           0/0
                                                                                    Totals                  28/0

                                                                                    First NFL game: 9/9/10 vs. Min
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               6-4, 309                   Born 6/21/88 in Star City, AR
               Southern Arkansas          Star City HS, Star City, AR
               1st year                   Acquired - Rookie FA (2011)


Now in his second season with the Eagles, Cedric Thornton is one PERSONAL                              THREE-STEP DROP
of only five people in history to attend Division II Southern Arkansas
                                                                        • His father, Nathaniel, is If not in football, he’d be: A coach
University and play in the NFL. After spending the majority of his
                                                                          a pastor at Bethlehem What he loves most about Philly:
rookie campaign on the practice squad, Thornton has shown a nice
                                                                          #2 Missionary Baptist         “Being in a big city and part of a team
blend of strength and athleticism from the defensive tackle position
                                                                          Church in Tarry, AR. His      and city that loves football.”
and looks to be a valuable part of the defensive line rotation in 2012.
                                                                          mother, Angela is a Hobbies off the field: “X-Box, basket-
A rookie free agent signing of the Eagles in 2011, Thornton was a
                                                                          minister there. Growing       ball, golf, movies, bowling.”
two-year starter at Southern Arkansas and earned first-team All-
                                                                          up, Cedric was in the Funniest player on the Eagles: “Cullen
America honors as a junior after leading the team with 80 tackles                                       Jenkins.”
                                                                          church choir
and 8.5 sacks.                                                                                        Best restaurant in Philly: Miss Tootsie’s
                                                                        • Has a tattoo on the top
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                                                       Soul Food, Fogo De Chao
                                                                          of each of his hands - Favorite teams growing up: Tennessee
• One of just five players in the history of the NFL to attend South-     one for his son, Cedric       Titans, Tennessee Volunteers
   ern Arkansas University. The other players are: S Jordan               and one for his daugh- Favorite moment in sports: 52-yard
   Babineaux (2004-pres.), WR Ken Brown (1987), LB David Ward             ter, Kaylei                   forced fumble/return touchdown in
   (1987-1989) and DB Dennis Woodberry (1986-1988)                      • Is the middle child of        high school
2012 HIGHLIGHTS                                                           five siblings. His two Food: Rice and sugar
                                                                          older brothers are Movie: Bad Boys II
• Notched his first career sack vs. Atl. (10/28), bringing down QB
                                                                          Christopher           and TV Show: Shameless, Fresh Prince
   Matt Ryan, in addition to collaring a career-high eight tackles
                                                                          Nathaniel and his two Quote: Philippians 4:13 - I can do all
BIRDSEED                                                                  younger sisters are           things through Christ who gives me
                                                                          Tammie and Olydia.            strength. “I say that quote to my-
• When Thornton first started playing sports, he had aspirations of
                                                                          Tammie plays basket-          self all the time during games.”
   being a baseball or basketball player, but the two sports didn’t
                                                                          ball at Arkansas Tech       Pregame ritual: Read the Bible. His
   really suit his physical mentality. “When I played basketball, I was
                                                                                                        favorite verses are Romans 10:9
   a little too aggressive and basically fouled out of every game, so I • Enjoys playing basket-
                                                                          ball and X-Box in his         and John 3:16
   decided football was probably a better fit for me.”
• Played running back and wide receiver in high school, and had to        free time. His favorite
   tack on 45 pounds of muscle before being able to switch to de-         games to play are Call of Duty, and all of the 2k sports games.
   fensive end as a freshman in college                                   Also enjoys golf and hopes to take it up in the future
• Most underrated attribute at your position: “Balance and moves. • Follow Thornton on twitter: @MrICanDueDat
   In college you can get away with bull rushing people, but at this • Favorite person to follow on twitter: Michael Vick (@MikeVick)
   level you need to have different moves.”
• Thornton learned the value of a hard day’s work when he used to
   pick peas by hand from 6am to 6pm for 50 dollars a day. “A lot of
   people don’t realize that type of work still gets done, but where I             2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
   grew up, that’s all there was. I did that for six summers. It was Date         Opp W/L P/S       S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
   exhausting.”                                                         Sep 10 at Cle W 1/0         0    0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                                                        Sep 16    Bal W 1/0         1    1 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  “I remember coming in on an off day this offseason and it             Sep 23 at Ari L     1/0     0    0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  was a holiday where the office was closed. I was working              Sep 30    NYG W 1/0         2    2 4 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
  out early in the morning and someone walks into the weight            Oct 7 at Pit L      1/0     2    5 7 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  room and it’s Cedric Thornton. I said, ‘What’s going on?’. He         Oct 14    Det L     1/0     1    3 4 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
  says, ‘I’ve got to get my workout in.’ I said, ‘Well, if it’s me      Oct 28    Atl L     1/0     6    2 8 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  and you, I’m probably not going to work out right now’                Nov 5 at NO
  (laughing). He had this intense determination to get better.          Nov 11    Dal
  He’s a talented guy. He’s big, he’s strong, he’s athletic, he’s       Nov 18 at Was
                                                                        Nov 26    Car
  got length. With him and Fletcher (Cox), you’re talking
                                                                        Dec 2 at Dal
  about two guys that are 6-4; they’re over 300 lbs. They’ve
                                                                        Dec 9 at TB
  got long arms. To find someone that athletic and strong and
                                                                        Dec 13    Cin
  that has that sort of size and length, that’s exciting for the        Dec 23    Was
  future of the defensive tackle position.”                             Dec 30 at NYG
                             - General Manager Howie Roseman            Totals              7/0    12 13 25 1.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

          CAREER HIGHS                                               THORNTON’S CAREER STATISTICS
   Tackles    8     (10/28/12 vs. Atl.)                                    TACKLES           INTERCEPTIONS
   Sacks      1.0   (10/28/12 vs. Atl.)        Year Team    GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds                       STT
                                               2011 Phil    0/0     0    0    0   0.0  0   0    0  0    0 0 0 0   0                         0
                                               2012 Phil.   7/0    25 12 13       1.0  5   0    0  0    0 0 0 0   0                         0
                                               TOTALS       7/0    25 12 13       1.0  5   0    0  0    0 0 0 0   0                         0
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                6-0, 215      Born 6/26/80 in Newport News, VA
                Virginia Tech Warwick HS, Newport News, VA
                11th year     Acquired - FA (2009)                                                               Pro Bowls: 2002, 2004, 2005, 2010


A multi-dimensional threat from the quarterback position, Michael 2012 HIGHLIGHTS                        THREE-STEP DROP
Vick is enjoying his second phase of his NFL career in Philadelphia.
                                                                         • Shook off a 4-INT per- Favorite App: Dictionary
A former 1st overall pick of the NFL draft in 2001 by Atlanta, Vick is
                                                                           formance at Cle (9/9) to Favorite Restaurant in Philadelphia:
a four-time Pro Bowl selection, mixing his powerful left arm with a
                                                                           lead a 16-play, 91-yard        R2L
strong work ethic and lightning-quick foot speed to lead the Eagles
                                                                           TD drive in the final min- Favorite person to follow on twitter:
high-octane offensive charge. He engineered the highest scoring
                                                                           utes that was capped by        Chad Ochocinco
offense in team history in 2010 (439 points) and a team record 6,386
                                                                           a game-winning, 4-yd Funniest Eagle: LeSean McCoy
total net yards in 2011. He originally signed with Philadelphia in Au-
                                                                           TD pass to Clay Harbor Favorite Team Growing Up: San Fran-
gust, 2009 and inked a 6-year contract with the Eagles in 2011.
                                                                         • His one-yard TD run            cisco 49ers with Jerry Rice and Steve
BIRDSEED                              VALUABLE LESSON                      capped a 10-play, 80-          Young
• Partners with the Hu-                          Vick spoke at             yard drive in the final First Job: Pool Attendant
                                                                                                        Bucket List: Catch a 200-pound tuna
  mane Society to help ed-                       the Rookie Sympso-        minutes of a comeback
                                                                                                          and be able to go fishing on a consis-
  ucate and steer children                        sium in Ohio this        win vs. Bal (9/16). Also
                                                                                                          tent basis without a guide
  away from animal cru-                           past summer and          threw for 371 yards, the Favorite Football Moment: Winning the
  elty. He is also forming a                      imparted      sound      2nd highest total of his       2003 NFC Wild Card game at Green
  foundation that will ben-                       advice. "Football is     career, as he completed        Bay
  efit animal welfare pro-                         what I was born to      nearly 72% of his passes First Football Team: As an 8-year old
  grams as well as children do,” said a reflective Vick. “But              (23 for 32)                    RB and QB for the Spartans in New-
• Names Tommy Reamon, football is going to go on with or • Engineered a 12-play,                          port News, VA
  his high school football without you. I learned that the hard            75-yard drive in the final Bet You Didn’t Know: Vick was drafted
  coach, as the person way. You control your own destiny.                  minutes vs. NYG (9/30)         by Colorado in the 30th round of 2000
  most responsible for help- You dictate how long you are going            that led to the winning        MLB draft
  ing him make it to the to play in the league. It's all up to             field goal. Completed
  NFL, “He taught me life you -- your commitment, dedica-                  63% of his passes that night for 241 yards and a TD
  skills and how to commu- tion, preparation."
  nicate from a father-son                                                                Vick is the Eagles all-time leader in QB Rating
  perspective. I still talk to him to this day and he still helps me.”                    (88.7) and completion percentage (60.4%). His ca-
• Lauded by head coach Andy Reid for setting the tone for the team                        reer record as starting QB in Philly is 18-12 (.600)
  during the 2012 offseason, his first as a starting QB in Philly. “He’s
  worked like crazy. One of the reasons that we’ve had the atten-
  dance here that we’ve had and one of the reasons that we’ve had
  energy is Michael Vick. He’s the one who’s out here motivating                                     LATE-GAME VICKTORIES IN 2012
  that energy and making the players around him be here.”                                    Vick became the 4th QB since 1960 to engineer
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                                            three 4th quarter comebacks during the first
                                                                                             four weeks of a season, joining Terry Brad-
• Holds four of the top five single-game rushing totals by a QB since                         shaw (1979), Brett Favre (1999), and Vinny
  1970, including a career-high 173 yards at Min. (12/1/02)                                   Testaverde (2000). A recap:
• With two 100+ yard rushing outings in 2010, became the first 30-                            Sept. 9 at CLE: Down 16-10 with 6:25 left, led a
  year-old QB to top the century mark in NFL history. His 130 rush-                            16-play, 91-yd. drive that was capped by a 4-yd.
  ing yards at NYG (12/19/10) were the most ever by an Eagles QB                               TD pass to Clay Harbor with 1:23 showing on the
• Set an NFL postseason record for a quarterback with 119 rushing                              clock
  yards in the 2004 NFC Divisional Playoff win vs. StL (1/15/05)                               Sept. 16 vs. BAL: Trailing 23-17 with 4:43 re-
• In his first season as a starter, led the Falcons in a 27-7 upset over       maining, drove 80 yards in 10 plays and scored on a 1-yard QB
  Green Bay in the 2002 NFC Wildcard playoff game (1/4/03), end-               draw with 1:55 left
  ing the Packers’ undefeated playoff record at Lambeau Field                Sept. 30 vs. NYG: Losing 17-16, 6:38 showing on clock, piloted a
• As an Eagles starting QB, his team is 9-2 against NFC East foes              12-play, 75-yard jaunt that led to a 26-yard FG with 1:49 left
• Has piloted the Eagles to seven 4th quarter, comeback wins, in-
  cluding three in 2012.
                                                                                   In 2010, Vick became only the 2nd QB in NFL history to
                                                                                    throw for 3,000+ yards, rush for 500+ yards and accrue
        Vick holds the NFL QB rushing records for a single game                      a 100+ QB rating in a season. (Steve Young, 1992)
        (173), season (1,039 in 2006) and career (5,466). He also
         has the most 100-yard rushing games (11)
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                         REMARKABLE RUN/PASS RATIO                                         PLAYER OF THE WEEK/MONTH AWARDS
                   No quarterback had ever thrown for 315 yards                        NFC Offensive POM                September, 2010
                   and rush for 75 in the same game in the his-                        NFC Offensive POW       December 19, 2010 at NYG
                   tory of the NFL until Vick did so in back-to-                       NFC Offensive POW       November 15, 2010 at WAS
                    back games in weeks 4 and 5 in 2011. Vick                          NFC Offensive POW        November 7, 2010 vs. IND
                    threw for a career-high 416 yards vs. SF                           NFC Offensive POW          October 29, 2006 at CIN
                    (10/2), while rushing for 75 yards. A week later                   NFC Offensive POW         October 31, 2004 at DEN
   at Buf (10/9), he threw for 315 and and rushed for 90.                              NFC Offensive POW      September 19, 2004 vs. STL
                                                                                       NFC Offensive POW        December 1, 2002 at MIN

PERSONAL
• Michael Dwayne Vick, and his wife, Kijafa, live in Philadelphia. Has            NFL RECORDS HELD BY MICHAEL VICK
  two daughters, Jada and London, and one son, Mitez. Lists his           5,466 Most career rushing yards by a QB
  mother, Brenda Vick, his aunt, Tina Vick, and his uncle, Casey          11    Most 100-yard rushing games by QB
  Vick, as the most powerful influences in his life
                                                                          1,039 Most rushing yards by QB in a season (2006)
• A Newport News, VA, native, attended Warwick High School, pass-
  ing for 4,846 yards and 43 touchdowns, also rushed for 1,048            8.45  Highest yards per carry average in single season (2006)
  yards and 18 touchdowns. Also played safety, recording 4 INTs           225   Best two-game rushing total by QB (166 vs. NO, 11/26/06;
  and 75 tackles. “Playing safety taught me how to read the quar-               59 at Was., 12/3/06)
  terback’s eyes and understand that a guy can get an indication of       173 Most rushing yards by QB in a game (12/1/02 at Min.)
  what I want to do with the football.”                                   119 Most rushing yards by QB in playoff game (1/15/08 vs. StL)
• Hosted a golf tournament in South Jersey last June that benefit-        1,066 Most rushing yards by QB in his first 2 seasons (2001, 2002)
  ted the Boys & Girls Clubs in Newport News, VA and in Philadel-
  phia. “I grew up in the Boys & Girls Club,” said Vick. “Thanks to
  them, I was able to play organized sports as a child. I want to                                            TEAM VICK WINS IN PHILLY
  make sure the programs continue to give children positive alter-
  natives                                                                                                  Team Vick Foundation launched
                                                                                                           in 2012 with a $200,000 dona-
• First started playing football at the age of 8 for the Boys Club
                                                                                                           tion towards a football field for
  Spartans in Newport News, VA. He played QB and RB
                                                                             a little league team, the North Philadelphia’s Aztecs, as part
• Was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the 30th round of the 2000      of the Hunting Park Revitalization Project. Community leader
  MLB draft despite not playing baseball since he was 14 years old       Kathryn Ott Lovell was thrilled, "I was completely blown away by
  in the 8th grade. “My friends told me about it after seeing it on      this guy. Hunting Park is his story; this is the story of second
  SportsCenter,” said Vick, a left-handed pitcher and centerfielder.     chances. This is about the redemption and rebirth of a park and
  “I was shocked. I considered playing, but it would have interfered     an entire community." Construction of Team Vick Field will be
  too much with spring practices.”                                       completed by late spring 2013. After the overhaul, Team Vick
                                                                         Field will be level, with a modern drainage system. It will have
        Became the first player in NFL history to post 300 yards         bleachers, goalposts, and a scoreboard. The Aztecs have been
        passing (333), 50 rushing yards (80), 4 TDs passing and          based at Hunting Park for 19 years, but they've never been able
         2 TDs rushing in the same game at WAS (11/15/10)                to play games on their own field because the turf is so bad.


  100-YARD RUSHING GAMES (11)              300-YARD PASSING GAMES (11)             3,000 PASSING YARDS, 500 RUSHING SAME SEASON
 Yds Date          Opp.      Att   TD      Yds    Date         Opp.               Player               Age     Year   Passing     Rushing
 173 12/1/02       at Min    12     2      416    10/2/11      vs. SF             R.Cunningham, PHI     25     1988     3,808         624
 166 11/26/06      vs. NO    12     0      371    9/16/12      vs. Bal            R.Cunningham, PHI     26     1989     3,400         621
 141 12/7/03       vs. Car   14     1      337    12/22/02     vs. Det            R.Cunningham, PHI     27     1990     3,466         942
 130 12/19/10      at NYG    10     1      335    1/01/12      vs. Was            Steve Young, SF       31     1992     3,465         537
 127 9/17/06       vs. TB    14     1      333    11/28/10     at Chi             Steve McNair, Ten     25     1998     3,228         559
 119* 1/15/05      vs. StL    8     0      333    11/15/10     at Wash            Rich Gannon, Oak      35     2000     3,430         529
 115 10/31/04      at Den    12     0      317    9/9/12       at Cle             Donovan McNabb, PHI 24       2000     3,365         629
 109 9/19/04       vs. StL   12     0      315    10/9/11      at Buf             Kordell Stewart, Pit  29     2001     3,109         537
 104 11/21/04      at NYG    15     0      311    10/14/12     vs. Det            Daunte Culpepper, Min 25     2002     3,853         609
 103 9/12/10       vs. GB    11     0      306    11/20/05     vs. TB             MICHAEL VICK, PHI     30     2010     3,018         676
 101 10/1/06       vs. Arz   11     0      302    12/2/10      vs. Hou            MICHAEL VICK, PHI     31     2011     3,303         589
 * Playoffs                                                                       Cam Newton, Car       22     2011     4,051         706
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                            2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS                                                              VICK’S CLICKS

                                                  PASSING                                 RUSHING        • First player in history to throw for
Date          Opp   W/L   GP/GS Att Cmp Pct      Yds TD Int   Lg Sack/Yds Rat      Att Yds Avg Lg TD       3,000+ yards, 20+ TDs, rush for 500+ yards
Sep 9    at   Cle   W     1/1   56 29 51.8       317 2 4       46    2/11 51.0      7 32 4.6 16 0          and 7+ TDs in single season
Sep 16        Bal   W     1/1   32 23 71.9       371 1 2       49    2/14 94.7     10 34 3.4 8 1         • First player in NFL history to throw for 240
Sep 23   at   Ari   L     1/1   37 17 45.9       217 0 0       34    5/23 64.8      4 15 3.8 20 0          yards (242) and rush for 130 yards in same
Sep 30        NYG   W     1/1   30 19 63.3       241 1 0       32    2/10 99.4      6 49 8.2 18 0          game at NYG (12/19/10)
Oct 7    at   Pit   L     1/1   30 20 66.7       175 2 0       24     3/7 104.2     5 16 3.2 9 0         • First player in NFL history to throw for 250
Oct 14        Det   L     1/1   46 28 60.9       311 2 2      70t    3/25 77.4      9 59 6.6 12 0          (252) yards and rush for 100 (115) yards in
Oct 28        Atl   L     1/1   35 21 60.0       191 1 0       32    3/13 84.3      7 42 6.0 13 0          same game at Den (10/31/04)
Nov 5    at   NO                                                                                         • Joined Tobin Rote (11/22/51) and Randall
Nov 11        Dal                                                                                          Cunningham (11/4/90) as the only players
Nov 18   at   Was                                                                                          in NFL history to throw 3 TDs and rush for
Nov 26        Car                                                                                          100+ yards in same game at NYG
Dec 2    at   Dal                                                                                          (12/19/10)
Dec 9    at   TB
Dec 13        Cin                                                                                        • First Eagle to be named NFC Offensive
Dec 23        Was                                                                                          player of the week 3 times in one season
Dec 30   at   NYG
Totals                    7/7   266 157 59.0 1823     9   8 70t    20/103   78.6   48 247   5.1 20   1


                                                VICK’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                        PASSING                                          RUSHING
Year Team GP/GS              Att Cmp Pct         Yds Yd/At TD Int Lg               Sk/Yd Rat      Att Yds Avg Lg TD
2001 Atl.       8/2         113    50 44.2       785      6.9     2    3 52      21/113 62.7       31 289 9.3 35 1
2002 Atl.       15/15       421 231 54.9 2,936            7.0 16       8 74t     33/206 81.6 113 777 6.9 46t 8
2003 Atl.       5/4         100    50 50.0       585      5.9     4    3 49         9/64 69.0      40 255 6.4 43 1
2004 Atl.       15/15       321 181 56.4 2,313            7.2 14 12 62           46/266 78.1 120 902 7.5 58 3
2005 Atl.       15/15       387 214 55.3 2,412            6.2 15 13 58           33/201 73.1 102 597 5.9 32 6
2006 Atl.       16/16       388 204 52.6 2,474            6.4 20 13 55           45/303 75.7 123 1,039 8.4 51 2
2009 Phil. 12/1              13     6 46.2         86     6.6     1    0 48          0/0 93.8      24    95 4.0 34 2
2010 Phil. 12/12            372 233 62.6 3,018            8.1 21       6 91t     34/210 100.2 100 676 6.8 35 9
2011 Phil. 13/13            423 253 59.8 3,303            7.8 18 14 73           23/126 84.9       76 589 7.8 53 1
2012 Phil. 7/7              266 157 59.0 1,823            6.9     9    8 70t     20/103 78.6       48 247 5.1 20 1
TOTALS          118/100 2,804 1,579 56.3 19,735           7.0 120 80 91t 264/1592 80.7 777 5466 7.0 58 34
Career record as a starting quarterback: (56-41-1; .577) - 2001 (1-1), 2002 (8-6-1), 2003 (3-1), 2004 (11-4), 2005 (8-
7), 2006 (7-9), 2010 (8-3), 2011 (7-6), 2012 (3-4) ... note: Vick has started two other times as an Eagle, but not as a QB

PLAYOFFS
2002 Atl.    2/2          63     35 55.6     391     6.2      1   2 28          3/27 66.3       16              94 5.9     22    0
2004 Atl.    2/2          40     23 57.5     218     5.5      2   1 31          5/47 79.0       12             145 12.1    47    0
2009 Phil. 1/0              2     1 50.0      76 38.0         1   0 76t          0/0 135.4        1              0 0.0      0    0
2010 Phil. 1/1            36     20 55.6     292     8.1      1   1 44          3/21 79.9         8             32 4.0     14    1
TOTALS       6/5         141     79 56.0     977     6.9      5   4 76t       11/95 77.6        37             271 7.3     47    1
Career playoff record as a starting quarterback: (2-3; .500) - 2002 (1-1), 2004 (1-1), 2010 (0-1)
ADDITIONAL STATISTICS:
RECEPTIONS: 2005 - (1), 2006 - (1)
FUMBLES/LOST: (84/39) - 2001 (6/5), 2002 (9/6), 2003 (4/1), 2004 (16/7), 2005 (11/5), 2006 (9/3), 2010 (11/3), 2011 (10/4),
2012 (9/5) .... PLAYOFF FUMBLES/LOST: (4/2) - 2003 - (1/0), 2005 - (2/1), 2009 - (1/1)

                                                                     CAREER HIGHS
Atts.               56     (9/9/12 at Cle.)           TDs               4     (3x - 11/15/10 at Was.)    Rush Atts.     15      (11/21/04 at NYG)
Cmps.               30     (10/2/11 vs. SF)           Comp.%            79.1 (11/24/02 at Car.)          Yds.           173     (12/1/02 at Min.)
Yds.                416    (10/2/11 vs. SF)           QB Rat*           150.7 (11/15/10 at Was.)         Long           58      (9/26/04 vs. Arz.)
Long                91t    (12/12/10 at Dal.)         *-min. 10 atts.                                    TDs            2       (5x - 11/15/10 at Was.)
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                6-3, 310 Born 11/6/84 in Kelowna, BC
                Baylor   Mount Boucherie Secondary, West Kelowna, BC
                2nd year Acquired - D1-11 (23rd overall)


Born and raised in British Columbia, it was not until the age of 22 PERSONAL                             THREE-STEP DROP
that Danny Watkins gave up his stick and his skates for a helmet
                                                                         • Attended              Mount Favorite Meal: Steak, aspara-
and shoulder pads. While attending Butte College in Oroville, Calif.,
                                                                           Boucherie       Secondary       gus, and scallopped potatoes that he
Watkins first stepped onto a football field as a way to earn a schol-
                                                                           School in West Kelowna,         cooks himself
arship and quickly established himself as one of the best junior col-
                                                                           British Columbia, where Hobbies: Firefighting and cooking
lege o-linemen in the nation, garnering All-America accolades
                                                                           he played hockey and Movie: Inception
following his sophomore season. A first-round selection of the Birds
                                                                           rugby                         Musician: Tom Petty
in 2011, Watkins entered his second year in Philadelphia as the
starting right guard after breaking into the Eagles offensive line with  • Son of Todd and Vicki Team/athlete growing up: Edmonton
                                                                           Watkins. He has one sis-        Oilers and Wayne Gretzky
12 starts in his rookie campaign.                                                                        Person he’d like to trade places with for
                                                                           ter, Allie, who is a school
BIRDSEED                                                                   teacher in British Co-
                                                                                                           a day: Jason Kelce
                                                                                                         Person he’d most like to have dinner
• While at Butte College, Watkins wanted to earn a scholarship and         lumbia
                                                                                                           with: Bruce Willis
  play a sport. He decided, at age 22, to step on the football field for • Watkins credits his late Greatest love other than football: Fire-
  the first time. “I always grew up playing competitive sports,” said      stepfather, Randy Rig-          fighting
  Watkins. “There wasn’t a hockey rink at Butte, so I figured I’d give     den, as the biggest influ- Talent he’d most like to have: To be able
  it a try.”                                                               ence on his life and            to play baseball
• On draft day, Watkins brought a group of firemen from his home-          career. “He always gave Pets: Two golden retrievers, Tower and
  town of Kelowna to support him. He also hosted members of the            me guidance and en-             Tanker
  FDNY at Radio City Music Hall. He was able to meet and greet             couragement, even when Pregame ritual: Bringing his new fire
  them shortly after being selected by the Eagles                          I didn’t ask for it.”           truck to home games
                                                                                                         Who would play him in a movie on his
• Watkins said he is amazed by the fan support he has received IN THE TRENCHES
                                                                                                           life: John Candy
  since coming to Philadelphia. “Wherever I go, people always stop
                                                                         • What he enjoys most
  to say hello and ask how I’m doing. It’s unbelievable how pas-
                                                                           about being an o-lineman: “The compassion and camaraderie
  sionate the fans are here. I can’t believe they recognize me every-
                                                                           with the other guys. At all levels, I’ve been surrounded by great
  where.”
                                                                           teammates. Offensive linemen stick together through good and
• Played hockey as a youth. "I was a true, Canadian hockey kid,"           bad, just like firefighters do.”
  said Watkins, who realized the NHL wasn't in his future at 270
                                                                         • On the most challenging aspect of the job: “Being the unknown
  pounds in the 12th grade. "The way you put your feet in the run
                                                                           players on the team. You only usually get noticed if something bad
  game is similar to skating," he said. "Obviously, moving back-
                                                                           happens.”
  wards in hockey was very natural to me and in pass protection. A
  lot has been able to carry over to my benefit."                        • Best player he has lined up against: “[Cowboys nose tackle] Jay
                                                                           Ratliff. He’s very athletic, strong, and fast.”
• Was drafted with the fourth overall pick by his hometown B.C.
  Lions of the CFL in May of 2010, but had his sights set on the NFL     • Most challenging part of being his size: “Fitting into clothes.”
• Was a college teammate of Eagles S David Sims at Butte College INJURY REPORT
                      CAREER SERVICE                                      • Was rendered inactive vs. Atl. (10/28] due to an ankle injury

            YEAR     TEAM          GP/GS                                                         A HELPING HAND
            2011     Phi             12/12
            2012     Phi                6/6                                After working as a volunteer firefighter
            Totals                   18/18                                 in his native British Columbia, Watkins
            First NFL game and start: at Buf. (10/9/11)                    shares a special bond with his fellow fire-
                                                                           fighters and understands the importance
                   IN THE LINE OF FIRE                                     that these men and women play in pro-
                                                                           tecting our homes and community. Upon
Watkins once served as a part-time firefighter for five                    his arrival in Philadelphia, Watkins was
years in his hometown of Kelowna, British Columbia. “It was an             introduced to Joe Gordon, a local volun-
excuse to get out of class and go hang out at the fire station,”           teer and career firefighter, and together, they noticed a need for
said Watkins, who began firefighting at the age of 16. “I met              programs that not only help assist firefighters when they become
those guys and I’ll never forget the first day going there. It was         injured in the line of duty, but also provide them with better train-
a great bunch of guys and I remember I came home that night                ing and fitness equipment to help prevent injuries from occuring
and told the folks, ‘Listen, I’m going to be a fireman.’ And they          in the first place.
said ‘Ok.’”
As soon as he was drafted by Philadelphia, Watkins made it his             After collaborating with Gordon and his wife, Deanna, who is also
                     mission to give back to the firefighting com-         a career firefighter, Watkins and his wife, Candice, helped es-
                     munity in the city as much as he can be-              tablish All Hands Working, a charity that provides an avenue for
                     cause he understands the sacrifice and                under-funded fire departments to receive life saving training, fit-
                      effort they put forth. “I’ve done it. It’s not       ness programs and equipment necessary to stay healthy.
                      easy to do what they have to do at times. It’s
                      nice to give them a pat on the back and ac-          For more information on All Hands Working, visit All-
                      knowledge their tireless work.”                      HandsWorking.org
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                    6-1, 245            Born 4/23/86 in Chicago, IL
                    Western Illinois    DuSable HS, Chicago, IL
                    4th year            Acquired - FA (2012)


A special teams standout throughout his career, Jason Williams was COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS
signed by the Eagles on 10/9/12 to help bolster to the team’s cover-
                                                                      • Recorded 289 tackles, 42.5 tackles for loss, 15 sacks, an NCAA
age units. Williams spent the previous two seasons with the Car-
                                                                        FCS-record 14 forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, one inter-
olina Panthers before being released in 2012 as part of the team’s
                                                                        ception, 12 passes defenses and one blocked kick in 43 games (35
final roster cutdown following the preseason. Originally a third-
                                                                        starts) with Western Illinois
round selection of the Dallas Cowboys in the 2009 NFL Draft out of
Western Illinois, Williams forced a FCS-record 14 fumbles while col-  • Garnered All-American accolades from multiple outlets follow-
laring 289 tackles, 45 tackles for loss and 15 sacks over his four-     ing both his junior and senior campaigns
year collegiate career.                                               • Collared 67 tackles and forced a school-record six forced fumbles
                                                                        as a senior, and was recognized as the team’s defensive MVP
2011 HIGHLIGHTS (with Carolina)
                                                                      • A first-team all-Gateway honoree as a junior, led the conference
• Saw action in 14 games, including two starts, and posted 21 tack-     with eight sacks, 16.5 tackles for loss and five forced fumbles, in
   les and one quarterback pressure                                     addition to 107 tackles
• Led the Panthers with 15 special teams tackles in addition to forc- • Notched 92 tackles, three sacks, 10.5 tackels for loss and forced
   ing one fumble                                                       three fumbles in 11 games as a sophomore
2010 HIGHLIGHTS (with Dallas/Carolina)                                • Began career at strong safety before moving to weakside line-
• Split time between Dallas and Carolina in 2010, playing in nine       backer following his redshirt freshman season in 2005
   games with two starts                                              PERSONAL
• Registered 18 tackles, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery • A two-time all-city and all-section performer at DuSable High
   and two passes defensed, while adding nine tackles on special        School, he rushed for 2,988 yards, threw for 3,015 and tallied 71
   teams                                                                total touchdowns in his career
• Made first career start at weakside linebacker at Cleveland • Led DuSable to an undefeated mark in the Chicago Public
   (11/28/10) where he forced and recovered a fumble                    League’s Intra-City Central Conference
2009 HIGHLIGHTS (with Dallas)                                      • Son of Karen and the late Connell Williams
• Appeared in five games, seeing action primarily on special teams • Majored in exercise science
  where he logged two tackles
                                                                        INJURY HISTORY
              2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS                              • Placed on Injured Reserve on 12/14/10 with a left knee injury
Date          Opp W/L P/S        S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR      • Was rendered inactive in Weeks 1-3 of the 2009 season with an
                     Signed to the Eagles 53-man roster on 10/9/12        ankle injury
Oct 14        Det L     1/0      0     0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 28        Atl L     1/0      0     0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 5    at   NO
Nov 11        Dal
Nov 18   at   Was
Nov 26        Car
                                                                                              CAREER HIGHS
Dec 2    at   Dal                                                                   Tackles   8       (2x - 9/25/11 vs Jac)
Dec 9    at   TB
Dec 13        Cin
Dec 23        Was
                                                                                    ADDITIONAL CAREER STATS
Dec 30   at   NYG                                                             SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: (26) - 2011 (15), 2010 (9),
Totals                  2/0      0     0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                  2009 (2)

                                                 WILLIAMS’ CAREER STATISTICS
                                                          TACKLES           INTERCEPTIONS
                            Year Team GP/GS      Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR                  Yds
                            2009 Dal.  5/0         0    0    0   0.0  0   0    0  0    0 0 0 0                   0
                            2010 Dal.  5/0         3    3    0   0.0  0   0    0  0    0 1 0 0                   0
                                 Car.  4/2        15 11      4   0.0  0   0    0  0    0 2 1 1                   7
                            2011 Car.  14/2       21 13      8   0.0  0   0    0  0    0 0 0 0                   0
                            2012 Phil. 2/0         0    0    0   0.0  0   0    0  0    0 0 0 0                   0
                            TOTALS     30/4       39 27 12       0.0  0   0    0  0    0 3 1 1                   7

                            PLAYOFFS
                            2009 Dal.    0/0       0    0    0    0.0     0    0   0    0     0   0    0    0     0
                            TOTALS       0/0       0    0    0    0.0     0    0   0    0     0   0    0    0     0
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MOST SEASONS PLAYED                                               Offensive Lineman         Pos         Years   Seasons    GP
   Name                                           Seasons         1. Chuck Bednarik        C/LB    1949-1962         14   169
1. Chuck Bednarik (1949-1962)                          14         2. Tra Thomas               T    1998-2008         11   166
2. Brian Dawkins (1996-2008)                           13         3. Guy Morriss              C    1973-1983         11   158
   Harold Carmichael (1971-1983)                       13         4. Jerry Sisemore           T    1973-1984         12   156
   Frank (Bucko) Kilroy (1943-1955)                    13         5. Jon Runyan               T    2000-2008          9   144
   Vic Sears (1941-1953)                               13         WRs/TEs                   Pos         Years   Seasons    GP
6. David Akers (1999-2010)                             12         1. Harold Carmichael      WR     1971-1983         13   180
   Jerry Sisemore (1973-1984)                          12         2. Bobby Walston        K/WR     1951-1962         12   148
   Bobby Walston (1951-1962)                           12         3. Pete Retzlaff            E    1956-1966         11   132
                                                                  4. Charles Smith          WR     1974-1981          8   118
MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED                                     5. John Spagnola           TE    1979-1987          8   111
      Name                                         Games          Running Backs             Pos         Years   Seasons    GP
1.    Harold Carmichael (1972-1983)                  162          1. Tom Woodeshick           B    1963-1971          9   111
2.    Randy Logan (1973-1983)                        159          2. Brian Westbrook         RB    2002-2009          8   107
3.    Bobby Walston (1951-1962)                      148          3. Keith Byars             RB    1986-1992          7   105
4.    Jon Runyan (2000-08)                           144          4. Wilbert Montgomery      RB    1977-1984          8   100
5.    Ken Clarke (1977-1987)                         139          5. Duce Staley             RB    1997-2003          7    98
6.    Herman Edwards (1977-1985)                     135          Defensive Lineman         Pos         Years   Seasons    GP
7.    Frank LeMaster (1974-1982)                     129          1. Ken Clarke              DT    1978-1987         10   148
8.    Sheldon Brown (2002-09)                        128          2. Vic Sears               DT    1941-1953         12   131
9.    Jerry Sisemore (1974-1982)                     127          3. Hollis Thomas           DT    1996-2005         10   126
                                                                  4. Clyde Simmons           DE    1986-1993          8   124
MOST REGULAR SEASON GAMES PLAYED
      Name                  Pos           Years   Seasons    GP   5. Reggie White         DE/DT    1985-1992          8   121
1.    David Akers             K       1999-2010        12   188   Linebackers               Pos         Years   Seasons    GP
2.    Brian Dawkins          FS       1996-2008        13   183   1. Chuck Bednarik        C/LB    1949-1962         14   169
3.    Harold Carmichael     WR        1971-1983        13   180   2. William Thomas          LB    1991-1999          9   140
4.    Chuck Bednarik      C/LB        1949-1962        14   169   3. John Bunting            LB    1972-1982         11   132
5.    Tra Thomas              T       1998-2008        11   166   4. Frank LeMaster          LB    1974-1982          9   129
6.    Randy Logan             S       1973-1983        11   159   5. Seth Joyner             LB    1986-1993          8   120
7.    Guy Morriss             C       1973-1983        11   158   Secondary                 Pos         Years   Seasons    GP
8.    Jerry Sisemore          T       1973-1984        12   156   1. Brian Dawkins           FS    1996-2008         13   183
9.    Donovan McNabb         QB       1999-2009        11   148   2. Randy Logan              S    1973-1983         11   159
      Bobby Walston       K/WR        1951-1962        12   148   3. Andre Waters            SS    1984-1993         10   137
      Ken Clarke             DT       1978-1987        10   148       Wes Hopkins            FS    1983-1993         10   137
12.   Jon Runyan              T       2000-2008         9   144   5. Herman Edwards          DB    1977-1985          9   135
13.   Ron Jaworski           QB       1977-1986        10   142   6. Nate Ramsey             DB    1963-1972         10   134
14.   William Thomas         LB       1991-1999         9   140   7. Sheldon Brown           CB    2002-2009          8   128
15.   Andre Waters           SS       1984-1993        10   137   8. Quintin Mikell           S    2003-2010          8   123
      Wes Hopkins            FS       1983-1993        10   137   9. Bobby Taylor            CB    1995-2003          9   119
17.   Herman Edwards        DB        1977-1985         9   135   10. Troy Vincent           CB    1996-2003          8   118
18.   Frank Kilroy            T       1943-1955        13   134       Brenard Wilson          S    1979-1986          8   118
      Nate Ramsey           DB        1963-1972        10   134   Kickers                   Pos         Years   Seasons    GP
20.   Pete Retzlaff           E       1956-1966        11   132   1. David Akers              K    1999-2010         12   188
      John Bunting           LB       1972-1982        11   132   2. Bobby Walston        K/WR     1951-1962         12   148
                                                                  3. Sam Baker                K    1964-1969          6    82
MOST GAMES PLAYED BY POSITION                                     4. Tony Franklin            K    1979-1983          5    73
Quarterbacks                Pos           Years   Seasons    GP   5. Paul McFadden            K    1984-1987          4    60
1. Donovan McNabb            QB       1999-2009        11   148   Punters                   Pos         Years   Seasons    GP
2. Ron Jaworski              QB       1977-1986        10   142   1. Max Runager              P 1979-83, 1989         6    72
3. Randall Cunningham        QB       1985-1995        11   122   2. Sean Landeta             P 1999-02, 2005         5    65
4. Norm Snead                QB       1964-1970         7    85   3. Sav Rocca                P    2007-2010          4    64
5. Sonny Jurgensen           QB       1957-1963         7    83       Jeff Feagles            P    1990-1993          4    64
                                                                      Tom Hutton              P    1995-1998          4    64
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ALL-TIME LEADING SCORERS                                                                         MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Career
      Player                         Years Games TDs XPM XPA FGM FGA 2pt Pts                           PLAYER                              TDS
1.    David Akers            1999-2010 (12)  188   0 441 447 294 357 0 1323                      1.    Harold Carmichael (WR). . . . 79
2.    Bobby Walston (WR/K)   1951-1962 (12)  148 46 365 383    80 157 0 881                      2.    Steve Van Buren (B) . . . . . . . 77
                                                                                                 3.    Brian Westbrook (RB) . . . . . . 68
3.    Sam Baker               1964-1969 (6)   82   0 205 213   90 153 0 475
                                                                                                 4.    Tommy McDonald (FL) . . . . . 67
4.    Harold Carmichael (WR) 1971-1983 (13)  180 79     0  0    0   0 0 474                      5.    Pete Pihos (E) . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
5.    Steve Van Buren (B)     1944-1951 (8)   83 77     2  2    0   0 0 464                      6.    Timmy Brown (B) . . . . . . . . . 62
6.    Tony Franklin           1979-1983 (5)   73   0 172 182   80 128 0 412                      7.    Mike Quick (WR) . . . . . . . . . . 61
7.    Brian Westbrook (RB)    2002-2009 (8)  107 68     0  0    0   0 1 410                      8.    Wilbert Montgomery (RB) . . 58
                                                                                                 9.    Pete Retzlaff (E) . . . . . . . . . . 47
8.    Tommy McDonald (FL)     1957-1963 (7)   88 67     0  0    0   0 0 402                      10.   Bobby Walston (WR/K) . . . . . 46
9.    Paul McFadden           1984-1987 (4)   60   0 117 119   91 124 0 390
10.   Roger Ruzek             1989-1993 (5)   58   0 139 151   81 108 0 382                      MOST FGs MADE, Career
11.   Pete Pihos (E)          1947-1955 (9)  107 63     0  0    0   0 0 378                            PLAYER                              FGM
                                                                                                 1.    David Akers . . . . . . . . . . . . . 294
12.   Timmy Brown (B)         1960-1967 (8)   96 62     0  0    0   0 0 372                      2.    Paul McFadden . . . . . . . . . . . 91
13.   Mike Quick (WR)         1982-1990 (9)  101 61     0  0    0   0 0 366                      3.    Sam Baker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
14.   Wilbert Montgomery (RB) 1977-1984 (8)  100 58     0  0    0   0 0 348                      4.    Roger Ruzek . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
15.   Tom Dempsey             1971-1974 (4)   47   0   84 90   66 108 0 282                      5.    Bobby Walston (WR/K) . . . . . 80
      Pete Retzlaff (E)      1956-1966 (11)  132 47     0  0    0   0 0 282                            Tony Franklin. . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
                                                                                                 7.    Tom Dempsey . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
17.   Cliff Patton            1946-1950 (5)   52   0 160 166   28 61 0 244                       8.    Gary Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . 47
18.   LeSean McCoy (RB)       2009-2012 (4)   53 38     0  0    0   0 1 230                      9.    Alex Henery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
19.   Gary Anderson           1995-1996 (2)   32   0   72 73   47 59 0 213                             Chris Boniol . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
20.   Calvin Williams (WR)    1990-1996 (7)   93 34     0  0    0   0 1 206
                                                                                                 MOST FGAs, Career
MOST POINTS, SEASON                                                                              1.
                                                                                                     PLAYER                               FGA
                                                                                                     David Akers . . . . . . . . . . . . . 357
      Player                      Year   TDs XPM XPA FGM FGA 2pt           Pts
                                                                                                 2.  Bobby Walston (WR/K) . . . . 157
1.    David Akers                 2008     0   45 45   33 40   0           144                   3.  Sam Baker . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
2.    David Akers                 2010     0   47 47   32 38   0           143                   4.  Tony Franklin . . . . . . . . . . . 128
3.    David Akers                 2009     0   43 45   32 37   0           139                   5.  Paul McFadden . . . . . . . . . . 124
4.    David Akers                 2002     0   43 43   30 34   0           133                   6.  Roger Ruzek . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
                                                                                                     Tom Dempsey . . . . . . . . . . . 108
5.    David Akers                 2004     0   41 42   27 32   0           122
                                                                                                 8. Cliff Patton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
6.    David Akers                 2000     0   34 36   29 33   0           121                   9. Gary Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . 59
7.    LeSean McCoy                2011    20    0  0    0  0   0           120                   10. Horst Muhlmann . . . . . . . . . . 53
8.    Alex Henery                 2011     0   46 46   24 27   0           118
9.    Paul McFadden               1984     0   26 27   30 37   0           116
                                                                                                 MOST PATs MADE, Career
                                                                                                       PLAYER                               XPM
10.   David Akers                 2001     0   37 38   26 31   0           115                   1.    David Akers . . . . . . . . . . . . . 441
      Gary Anderson               1996     0   40 40   25 29   0           115                   2.    Bobby Walston (WR/K) . . . . 365
       Led NFL         Led Conference                                                            3.    Sam Baker . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205
                                                                                                 4.    Tony Franklin. . . . . . . . . . . . 172
                                                                                                 5.    Cliff Patton . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160
LONGEST FIELD GOALS                                       ALL-TIME SCORING                       6.    Roger Ruzek . . . . . . . . . . . . 139
   PLAYER             GAME                           LG   TDs by rushing . . . . . . . . .941    7.    Paul McFadden . . . . . . . . . . 117
1. Tony Franklin      11/12/1979 at Cowboys          59   TDs by reception . . . . . .1461       8.    Roy Zimmerman . . . . . . . . . . 89
2. David Akers        9/14/2003 vs. Patriots         57   TDs by INT return . . . . . . .90      9.    Tom Dempsey . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
3. Tom Dempsey        12/12/1971 vs. StL Cardinals   54   TDs by kickoff return . . . . .25      10.   Gary Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . 72
4. David Akers        9/30/2007 at Giants            53   TDs by punt return . . . . . .27
   David Akers        10/24/1999 at Dolphins         53
                                                                                                 MOST PATs ATT., Career
                                                          TDs by fumble return . . . .71               PLAYER                                 XPA
   Roger Ruzek        12/9/1990 at Dolphins          53   TDs by blocked punt . . . . . .7       1.    David Akers . . . . . . . . . . . . . 447
7. David Akers        11/8/09 vs. Cowboys            52   FGs Made . . . . . . . . . . . .1152   2.    Bobby Walston (WR/K) . . . . 383
   David Akers        10/5/2003 vs. Redskins         52                                          3.    Sam Baker . . . . . . . . . . . . . 213
   Paul McFadden      10/13/1985 vs. StL Cardinals   52                                          4.    Tony Franklin . . . . . . . . . . . 182
   Paul McFadden      11/4/1984 at Lions             52                                          5.    Cliff Patton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166
   Tony Franklin      11/27/1983 at Redskins         52                                          6.    Roger Ruzek . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
                                                                                                 7.    Paul McFadden . . . . . . . . . . 119
   Tom Dempsey        11/12/1972 at Houston Oilers   52                                          8     Roy Zimmerman . . . . . . . . . . 98
   Tom Dempsey        10/15/1972 vs. LA Rams         52                                          9.    Tom Dempsey . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
   Tom Dempsey        12/5/1971 at Lions             52                                          10.   Gary Anderson. . . . . . . . . . . . 73
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TOP SINGLE-GAME SCORING PERFORMANCES                                                           MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Season
MOST POINTS, Game                                                                                 PLAYER (YEAR)                                                      TDS
   PLAYER                                   GAME                                        PTS    1. LeSean McCoy (2011) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
1. Bobby Walston (WR/K)                     10/17/1954 at Redskins                       25    2. Steve Van Buren (1945) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
2. Brian Westbrook (RB)                     11/27/2008 vs. Cardinals                     24    3. Brian Westbrook (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
   Irving Fryar (WR)                        10/20/1996 vs. Dolphins                      24       Terrell Owens (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
   Wilbert Montgomery (RB)                  10/7/1979 vs. Redskins                       24       Wilbert Montgomery (1979) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
   Wilbert Montgomery (RB)                  9/10/1978 at Redskins                        24       Steve Van Buren (1947) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
   Ben Hawkins (FL)                         9/28/1969 vs. Steelers                       24
   Tommy McDonald (FL)                      10/4/1959 vs. Giants                         24    MOST FGs MADE, Season
   Clarence Peaks (B)                       11/16/1958 vs. Chi. Cardinals                24       PLAYER (YEAR)                                                       FGM
                                                                                               1. David Akers (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Game                                                                          2. David Akers (2010) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
   PLAYER                                   GAME                                        TDS       David Akers (2009) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
1. Brian Westbrook (RB)                     11/27/2008 vs. Cardinals                      4    4. David Akers (2002) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
   Irving Fryar (WR)                        10/20/1996 vs. Dolphins                       4       Paul McFadden (1984) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
   Wilbert Montgomery (RB)                  10/7/1979 vs. Redskins                        4
   Wilbert Montgomery (RB)                  9/10/1978 at Redskins                         4    MOST FGA, Season
   Ben Hawkins (FL)                         9/28/1969 vs. Steelers                        4       PLAYER (YEAR)                                                        FGA
   Tommy McDonald (FL)                      10/4/1959 vs. Giants                          4    1. David Akers (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
   Clarence Peaks (B)                       11/16/1958 vs. Chi. Cardinals                 4       Tom Dempsey (1973) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
                                                                                               3. David Akers (2010) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
MOST FIELD GOALS MADE, Game                                                                    4. David Akers (2009) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
   PLAYER                      GAME                          FGM
                                                                                                  Paul McFadden (1984) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
1. Tom Dempsey                 11/12/1972 at Houston Oilers    6
2. David Akers                 11/18/2001 at Cowboys           5
   Gary Anderson               12/22/1996 vs. Arz. Cardinals   5
                                                                                               MOST PATs ATTEMPTED, Season
                                                                                                  PLAYER (YEAR)                                                         XPA
   Gary Anderson               10/1/1995 at Saints             5
                                                                                               1. Cliff Patton (1948) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
5. 33 times last by Alex Henery 9/30/12 vs. NY Giants          4
                                                                                               2. David Akers (2006) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
                                                                                                  Tony Franklin (1980) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED, Game
   PLAYER                      GAME                                                     FGA       Roger Ruzek (1990) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
1. Tom Dempsey                 11/12/1972 at Houston Oilers                               7       Bobby Walston (1953) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
   Sam Baker                   12/5/1965 vs. Cowboys                                      7
3. David Akers                 10/3/2004 at Bears                                         6    MOST PATs MADE, Season
   Tom Dempsey                 10/7/1973 at Bills                                         6       PLAYER (YEAR)                                                        XPM
5. 8 times, last by Alex Henery10/2/2011 vs. 49ers                                        5    1. Cliff Patton (1948) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
                                                                                               2. David Akers (2006) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
MOST CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS                                                                      Tony Franklin (1980) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
                                                                                               4. David Akers (2010) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
   PLAYER (YEARS)                                                                      FGS
                                                                                               5. Alex Henery (2011) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
1. Alex Henery (2011-12) (16 in 2011, 1 in 2012) . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
   David Akers (2009) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
   David Akers (2001) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17   Most Consecutive Games With TD
4. David Akers (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15      PLAYER (YEAR)                                              GAMES
   David Akers (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15   1. LeSean McCoy (2011) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
6. David Akers (2003) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13   2. Steve Van Buren (1947) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
   David Akers (1999-2000) (1 in 1999, 12 in 2000) . . . . . . . . . . 13                      3. (five times) last by Ricky Watters (1995) . . . . . . . . . .6
8. David Akers (twice in 2010) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
   David Akers (2002) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12   MOST CONSECUTIVE PATs
   Gary Anderson (1996). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12         PLAYER (YEARS)                                                     PATS
   Sam Baker (1966-67) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12      1. David Akers (2004-2009) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
                                                                                               2. David Akers (2001-04) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .153
                                                                                               3. Cliff Patton (1947-49) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84
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ALL-TIME LEADING PASSERS                                                                                      QB     INT    MOST ATTEMPTS, Career
      Player                   Years             Gm      Att   Cmp      Pct      Yds     TD    INT    Lg      Rat    Pct          PLAYER                             ATT
1.    Donovan McNabb 1999-2009 (11)              148   4746    2801    59.0    32873    216    100    91t    86.5     2.1   1.    Donovan McNabb . . . . . . . 4,746
                                                                                                                            2.    Ron Jaworski . . . . . . . . . . 3,918
2.    Ron Jaworski       1977-86 (10)            142   3918    2088    53.3    26963    175    151    99t    74.0     3.9   3.    Randall Cunningham. . . . 3,362
3.    Randall Cunningham 1985-95 (11)            122   3362    1874    55.7    22877    150    105    95t    78.7     3.1   4.    Norm Snead . . . . . . . . . . . 2,236
                                                                                                                            5.    Tommy Thompson . . . . . . 1,396
4.    Norm Snead          1964-70 (7)             85   2236    1154    51.6    15672    111    124    87t    67.7     5.5   6.    Roman Gabriel . . . . . . . . . 1,185
5.    Tommy Thompson      1941-50 (8)             88   1396     723    51.8    10240     90    100    75t    67.4     7.2   7.    Bobby Thomason . . . . . . . 1,113
6.    Sonny Jurgensen     1957-63 (7)             83   1107     602    54.4     9639     76     73     84    79.1     6.6   8.    Sonny Jurgensen . . . . . . . 1,107
                                                                                                                            9.    Michael Vick . . . . . . . . . . 1,074
7.    Michael Vick        2009-12 (4)             44   1074     649    60.4     8230     49     28    91t    88.7     2.6   10.   Norm Van Brocklin . . . . . . . 998
8.    Bobby Thomason      1952-57 (6)             68   1113     556    50.0     8124     57     80    67t    61.2     7.2
9.    Norm Van Brocklin   1958-60 (3)             36    998     542    54.3     7497     55     51    91t    75.7     5.1
                                                                                                                            MOST COMPLETIONS, Career
                                                                                                                                  PLAYER                          COMP
10.   Roman Gabriel       1973-77 (5)             53   1185     661    55.8     7221     47     37    80t    74.2     3.1   1.    Donovan McNabb . . . . . . . 2,801
11.   Adrian Burk         1951-56 (6)             70    960     457    47.6     6203     55     77    84t    54.4     8.0   2.    Ron Jaworski . . . . . . . . . . 2,088
                                                                                                                            3.    Randall Cunningham. . . . 1,874
12.   Rodney Peete        1995-98 (4)             30    756     434    57.4     4945     17     27     62    69.8     3.6   4.    Norm Snead . . . . . . . . . . . 1,154
13.   Ty Detmer           1996-97 (2)             21    645     372    57.7     4478     22     19     57    78.2     2.9   5.    Tommy Thompson. . . . . . . . 723
14.   King Hill           1961-68 (8)             71    635     325    51.2     4308     29     51    92t    54.8     8.0   6.    Roman Gabriel . . . . . . . . . . 661
                                                                                                                            7.    Michael Vick . . . . . . . . . . . . 649
15.   Roy Zimmerman       1943-46 (4)             41    435     190    43.7     3219     30     43    75t    52.7     9.9   8.    Sonny Jurgensen . . . . . . . . 602
16.   Pete Liske          1971-72 (2)             28    407     214    52.6     2930     14     22    69t    64.8     5.4   9.    Bobby Thomason . . . . . . . . 556
                                                                                                                            10.   Norm Van Brocklin . . . . . . . 542
17.   Mike Boryla         1974-76 (3)             22    514     270    52.5     2823     20     29    48t    58.2     5.6
18.   Davey O'Brien       1939-40 (2)             22    478     223    46.7     2614     11     34    NA     41.8     7.1   MOST TD PASSES, Career
19.   Jim McMahon         1990-92 (3)             21    363     215    59.2     2581     13     13    75t    78.1     3.6       PLAYER                               TDs
                                                                                                                            1.  Donovan McNabb . . . . . . . . 216
20.   Bobby Hoying        1996-98 (3)             16    449     242    53.9     2534     11     15    72t    64.8     3.3   2.  Ron Jaworski. . . . . . . . . . . . 175
                                                                                                                            3.  Randall Cunningham . . . . . 150
                                                                                                                            4.  Norm Snead . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
MOST PASSING YARDS, SEASON                                                                               QB INT             5.  Tommy Thompson. . . . . . . . . 90
      Player                            Year       Att Cmp       Pct      Yds TDs INTs             Lg Rat Pct               6.  Sonny Jurgensen . . . . . . . . . 76
1.    Donovan McNabb                    2008      571 345       60.4     3916 23 11                90t 86.4 1.9             7.  Bobby Thomason . . . . . . . . . 57
                                                                                                                            8.  Norm Van Brocklin . . . . . . . . 55
2.    Donovan McNabb                    2004      469 300       64.0     3875 31     8              80 104.7 1.7                Adrian Burk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
3.    Randall Cunningham                1988      560 301       53.8     3808 24 16                80t 77.6 2.9             10. Michael Vick . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
4.    Sonny Jurgensen                   1961      416 235       56.5     3723 32 24                 69 88.1 5.8
                                                                                                                            MOST INTs, Career
5.    Donovan McNabb                    2009      443 267       60.3     3553 22 10                60t 92.9 2.3                   PLAYER                                  INTs
6.    Ron Jaworski                      1980      451 257       57.0     3529 27 12                56t 91.0 2.7             1.    Ron Jaworski. . . . . . . . . . . . 151
                                                                                                                            2.    Norm Snead . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
7.    Randall Cunningham                1990      465 271       58.3     3466 30 13                95t 91.6 2.8
                                                                                                                            3.    Randall Cunningham . . . . . 105
8.    Ron Jaworski                      1985      484 255       52.7     3450 17 20                99t 70.2 4.1             4.    Donovan McNabb . . . . . . . . 100
9.    Randall Cunningham                1989      532 290       54.5     3400 21 15                66t 75.5 2.8                   Tommy Thompson. . . . . . . . 100
10.   Norm Snead                        1967      434 240       55.3     3399 29 24                87t 80.0 5.5             6.    Bobby Thomason . . . . . . . . . 80
        Led NFL            Led Conference
                                                                                                                            7.    Adrian Burk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
                                                                                                                            8.    Sonny Jurgensen . . . . . . . . . 73
                                                                                                                            9.    Norm Van Brocklin . . . . . . . . 51
                                                                                                                                  King Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
MOST CONSECUTIVE COMPLETIONS                                           BEST QB RATING, Career
   PLAYER         GAME(S)                     COMP                            PLAYER                    QB RATING           BEST COMP. PCT., Career
                                                                       1.     Michael Vick . . . . . . . . . . . . 88.7           PLAYER                        COMP %
1. Donovan McNabb last 10, 11/28/2004 at NYG 24*
                                                                       2.     Donovan McNabb . . . . . . . . 86.5           1.    Michael Vick . . . . . . . . . . . . 60.4
                  & first 14, 12/5/2004 vs. Packers                    3.     Sonny Jurgensen . . . . . . . . 79.1          2.    Donovan McNabb . . . . . . . . 59.0
2. Donovan McNabb 9/23/2007 vs. Lions              18                  4.     Randall Cunningham. . . . . 78.7              3.    Ty Detmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57.7
3. Donovan McNabb 9/21/2008 vs. Steelers        15**                   5.     Ty Detmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78.2    4.    Rodney Peete . . . . . . . . . . . 57.4
4. Donovan McNabb 10/23/2005 vs. Chargers          14                  6.     Norm Van Brocklin . . . . . . 75.7            5.    Roman Gabriel . . . . . . . . . . 55.8
                                                                       7.     Roman Gabriel . . . . . . . . . . 74.2        6.    Randall Cunningham. . . . . 55.7
5. Donovan McNabb 11/2/2008 at Seahawks            13                  8.     Ron Jaworski . . . . . . . . . . . 74.0
                  last 12, 11/16/2003 vs. Giants 13                                                                         7.    Sonny Jurgensen . . . . . . . . 54.4
                                                                       9.     Rodney Peete . . . . . . . . . . . 69.8       8.    Norm Van Brocklin . . . . . . 54.3
                  & first 1, 11/23/2003 vs. Saints                     10.    Norm Snead . . . . . . . . . . . . 67.7       9.    Ron Jaworski . . . . . . . . . . . 53.3
   Bobby Hoying   11/16/1997 at Ravens             13                         (min. 500 attempts)                           10.   Mike Boryla . . . . . . . . . . . . 52.5
* NFL Record                                                                                                                      (min. 500 attempts)
**Most consecutive pass completions to start a game
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TOP SINGLE-GAME PASSING PERFORMANCES                                                    MOST ATTEMPTS, Season
                                                                                             PLAYER (YEAR)                                                  ATT
MOST YARDS, Game                                                                        1.   Donovan McNabb (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .571
   PLAYER                             GAME                             YARDS            2.   Donovan McNabb (2000) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .569
1. Donovan McNabb                     12/5/2004 vs. Packers               464           3.   Randall Cunningham (1988) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .560
2. Donovan McNabb                     11/15/2009 at Chargers              450           4.   Randall Cunningham (1989) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .532
                                                                                        5.   Donovan McNabb (2001) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .493
3. Randall Cunningham                 9/17/1989 vs. at Redskins           447
4. Bobby Thomason                     11/8/1953 vs. Giants                437
5. Sonny Jurgensen                    10/29/1961 at Redskins              436           MOST COMPLETIONS, Season
                                                                                             PLAYER (YEAR)                                              COMP
MOST ATTEMPTS, Game                                                                     1.   Donovan McNabb (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .345
   PLAYER                             GAME                                 ATT          2.   Donovan McNabb (2000) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .330
                                                                                        3.   Randall Cunningham (1988) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .301
1. Randall Cunningham                 10/2/1989 at Bears                    62          4.   Donovan McNabb (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .300
2. Davey O'Brien                      12/1/1940 at Redskins                 60          5.   Donovan McNabb (2007) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .291
3. Donovan McNabb                     11/16/2008 at Bengals                 58
4. Sonny Jurgensen                    9/23/1962 vs. Giants                  57          MOST TD PASSES, Season
5. Michael Vick                       9/9/12 at Browns                      56               PLAYER (YEAR)                                                     TDs
                                                                                        1.   Sonny Jurgensen (1961) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
MOST COMPLETIONS, Game                                                                  2.   Donovan McNabb (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
   PLAYER                             GAME                              COMP            3.   Randall Cunningham (1990) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
1. Donovan McNabb                     11/15/2009 at Chargers              35            4.   Norm Snead (1967) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
   Donovan McNabb                     10/23/2005 vs. Chargers             35            5.   Ron Jaworski (1980) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
2. Randall Cunningham                 9/17/1989 vs. at Redskins           34
3. Donovan McNabb                     10/2/2005 at Chiefs                 33            MOST INTERCEPTIONS, Season
   Sonny Jurgensen                    9/23/1962 vs. Giants                33               PLAYER (YEAR)                                                     INTs
   Davey O'Brien                      12/1/1940 at Redskins               33            1. Sonny Jurgensen (1962) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
                                                                                        2. Norm Snead (1967) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
                                                                                           Sonny Jurgenson (1961) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
MOST INTERCEPTIONS, Game                                                                4. Norm Snead (1969) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
   PLAYER                GAME                          INTs                                Adrian Burk (1951) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
1. Pete Liske            9/26/1971 vs. Cowboys            6
   Bobby Thomason        10/21/1956 vs. Chi. Cardinals    6                             BEST COMPLETION PCT., Season*
                                                                                             PLAYER (YEAR)                                              COMP %
MOST TD PASSES, Game                                                                    1.   Donovan McNabb (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64.0
   PLAYER                             GAME                                TDs           2.   Michael Vick (2010) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62.6
1. Adrian Burk                        10/17/1954 at Redskins               *7           3.   Donovan McNabb (2007) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61.5
2. Donovan McNabb                     9/18/2005 vs. 49ers                   5           4.   Randall Cunningham (1992) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60.7
   Donovan McNabb                     12/5/2004 vs. Packers                 5           5.   Donovan McNabb (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60.4
   Randall Cunningham                 9/17/1989 vs. at Redskins             5
   Norm Snead                         9/28/1969 vs. Steelers                5           BEST QB RATING, Season*
   Sonny Jurgensen                    12/16/1962 at StL Cardinals           5                PLAYER (YEAR)                                          QB RATING
   Sonny Jurgensen                    11/26/1961 vs. Cowboys                5           1.   Donovan McNabb (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104.7
   Adrian Burk                        11/28/1954 vs. Redskins               5           2.   Michael Vick (2010) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100.2
* NFL Record
                                                                                        3.   Donovan McNabb (2006) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95.5
                                                                                        4.   Donovan McNabb (2009) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92.9
                                                                                        5.   Randall Cunningham (1990) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91.6

LONGEST PASSING PLAYS                                                                   FEWEST INTERCEPTIONS, Season*
                                                                                           PLAYER (YEAR, ATTS.)                                            INTs
       PLAYER (GAME)                                                        YARDS       1. Bubby Brister (1993, 309) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
 1.    Ron Jaworski to Mike Quick (11/10/1985 vs. Falcons) . . . . . . . . .99t*        2. Michael Vick (2010, 372) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
 2.    Randall Cunningham to Fred Barnett (12/2/1990 at Bills) . . . . . .95t              Donovan McNabb (2002, 361) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
 3.    Randall Cunningham to Herschel. Walker (9/4/1994 at Giants) . .93                   Donovan McNabb (2006, 316) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
 4.    King Hill to Ben Hawkins (9/22/1968 vs. Giants) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92t   5. Donovan McNabb (2007, 473) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
 5.    Michael Vick to DeSean Jackson (12/12/10 at Cowboys) . . . . . . . .91t
       Donovan McNabb to Terrell Owens (10/30/2005 at Broncos) . . . .91t               LOWEST INT PERCENTAGE, Season*
       Norm Van Brocklin to T. McDonald (10/5/1958 vs. Giants) . . . . . .91t                PLAYER (YEAR, INT-ATTS.)                                       INTs
 8.    Donovan McNabb to Hank Baskett (9/7/2008 vs. Rams) . . . . . . . .90t            1.   Donovan McNabb (2007, 7-473) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.5
                                                                                        2.   Michael Vick (2010, 6-372) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.6
       Ron Jaworski to Mike Quick (10/28/1984 vs. StL Cardinals) . . . . .90t           3.   Bubby Brister (1993, 5-309) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.6
 10.   A.J. Feeley to Hank Baskett (12/31/2006 vs. Falcons) . . . . . . . . . .89t      4.   Donovan McNabb (2002, 6-361) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.7
       * NFL Record                                                                     5.   Donovan McNabb (2004, 8-469) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.7

                                                                                                                                            *(min. 250 attempts)
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ALL-TIME LEADING RUSHERS                                                                                     MOST ATTEMPTS, Career
      Player                                      Years         Gm        Att      Yds Avg         Lg TDs
                                                                                                                   PLAYER                                         ATT
1.    Wilbert Montgomery                   1977-1984 (8)        100    1,465     6,538 4.5         90t 45    1.    Wilbert Montgomery. . . . . . . . . 1,465
2.    Brian Westbrook                      2002-2009 (8)        107    1,308     5,995 4.6         71t 37    2.    Steve Van Buren . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,320
3.    Steve Van Buren                      1944-1951 (8)         83    1,320     5,860 4.4         70t 69    3.    Brian Westbrook . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,308
4.    Duce Staley                          1997-2003 (7)         98    1,200     4,807 4.0         64t 22    4.    Duce Staley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,200
5.    Randall Cunningham (QB)             1985-1995 (11)        122      677     4,482 6.6         52t 32    5.    Ricky Watters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 975
6.    Ricky Watters                        1995-1997 (3)         48      975     3,794 3.9          57 31    6.    Tom Sullivan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 871
7.    Timmy Brown                          1960-1967 (8)         96      850     3,703 4.4         61t 29    7.    Timmy Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 850
                                                                                                             8.    Tom Woodeshick . . . . . . . . . . . . . 831
8.    Tom Woodeshick                       1963-1971 (9)        111      831     3,563 4.3         57t 21
                                                                                                             9.    Clarence Peaks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 786
9.    LeSean McCoy                         2009-2012 (4)         53      762     3,521 4.6         66t 30    10.   LeSean McCoy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 762
10.   Donovan McNabb (QB)                 1999-2009 (11)        148      573     3,249 5.7          54 28
11.   Tom Sullivan                         1972-1977 (6)         80      871     3,135 3.6          37 17
12.   Clarence Peaks                       1957-1963 (7)         83      786     2,927 3.7          57 19
                                                                                                             MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Career
                                                                                                                   PLAYER                                        TDs
13.   Keith Byars                          1986-1992 (7)        105      750     2,672 3.6          52 17
                                                                                                             1.    Steve Van Buren . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
14.   Billy Barnes                         1957-1961 (5)         60      689     2,391 3.5         70t 20
                                                                                                             2.    Wilbert Montgomery . . . . . . . . . . . 45
15.   Herschel Walker                      1992-1994 (3)         48      554     2,344 4.2         91t 14    3.    Brian Westbrook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
16.   Anthony Toney (FB)                   1986-1990 (5)         67      639     2,294 3.6          44 14    4.    Randall Cunningham (QB). . . . . . . 32
17.   Charlie Garner                       1994-1998 (5)         66      495     2,261 4.6         55t 17    5.    Ricky Watters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
18.   Correll Buckhalter                   2001-2008 (8)         74      476     2,155 4.5         64t 18    6.    LeSean McCoy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
18.   Heath Sherman                        1989-1993 (5)         76      537     2,130 4.0          37 10    7.    Timmy Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
20.   Frank Ziegler                        1949-1953 (5)         57      519     1,926 3.7          52 11    8.    Donovan McNabb (QB). . . . . . . . . . 28
                                                                                                             9.    Duce Staley. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
MOST RUSHING YARDS, SEASON                                                                                   10.   Tom Woodeshick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
    Player                                         Year         Att        Yds       Avg         Lg    TDs
1.  Wilbert Montgomery                             1979        338       1,512       4.5         62t     9   BEST RUSHING AVG., Career
2.  Ricky Watters                                  1996        353       1,411       4.0         56t    13         PLAYER                                    AVG.
3.  Wilbert Montgomery                             1981        286       1,402       4.9          41     8   1.    Randall Cunningham (QB) . . . . . 6.62
4.  Brian Westbrook                                2007        278       1,333       4.8          36     7   2.    Donovan McNabb (QB) . . . . . . . . 5.67
5.  LeSean McCoy                                   2011        273       1,309       4.8          60    17   3.    LeSean McCoy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.62
6.  Duce Staley                                    1999        325       1,273       3.9          29     4   4.    Brian Westbrook . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.58
    Ricky Watters                                  1995        337       1,273       3.8          57    11   5.    Charlie Garner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.57
8. Wilbert Montgomery                              1978        259       1,220       4.7          47     9   6.    Correll Buckhalter . . . . . . . . . . . 4.53
                                                                                                             7.    Wilbert Montgomery. . . . . . . . . . 4.46
9. Brian Westbrook                                 2006        240       1,217       5.1         71t     7
                                                                                                             8.    Steve Van Buren . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.44
10. Steve Van Buren                                1949        263       1,146       4.4          41    11
                                                                                                             9.    Timmy Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.36
11. Ricky Watters                                  1997        285       1,110       3.9          28     7   10.   Tom Woodeshick . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.29
12. LeSean McCoy                                   2010        207       1,080       5.2          62     7   11.   Herschel Walker . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.23
13. Herschel Walker                                1992        267       1,070       4.0          38     8         (min. 400 attempts)
14. Duce Staley                                    1998        258       1,065       4.1         64t     5
15. Duce Staley                                    2002        269       1,029       3.8          57     5
16. Earnest Jackson                                1985        282       1,028       3.6          59     5
17. Steve Van Buren                                1947        217       1,008       4.6          45    13
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LONGEST RUSHING PLAYS
       PLAYER (GAME)                                                                 YARDS
 1.    Herschel Walker (11/27/1994 at Falcons) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91t
 2.    Wilbert Montgomery (12/19/1982 vs. Oilers) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90t
 3.    Brian Mitchell (10/1/2000 vs. Falcons) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85t
 4.    Swede Hanson (9/16/1934 at Packers) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81t
 5.    Leroy Harris (11/25/1979 at Packers) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80
 6.    Bosh Pritchard (10/23/1949 vs. Redskins) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77t
 7.    Herman Hunter (11/24/1985 at Cowboys) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74t
 8.    Wilbert Montgomery (9/14/1980 at Vikings) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72t
 9.    Brian Westbrook (9/24/2006 at 49ers) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71t
       John Brewer (10/4/1952 vs. Giants) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71t
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TOP SINGLE-GAME RUSHING PERFORMANCES                           MOST ATTEMPTS, Season
                                                                    PLAYER (YEAR)                                                         ATT
MOST YARDS, Game
   PLAYER               GAME                          YARDS    1.   Ricky Watters (1996) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .353
1. Steve Van Buren      11/27/1949 vs. Steelers          205   2.   Wilbert Montgomery (1979) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .338
2. Duce Staley          9/3/2000 at Cowboys              201   3.   Ricky Watters (1995) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .337
3. Wilbert Montgomery   11/4/1979 vs. Browns             197   4.   Duce Staley (1999) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .325
4. Swede Hanson         11/6/1934 vs. Cin.Reds           190   5.   Wilbert Montgomery (1981) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .286
5. Timmy Brown          11/7/1965 at Browns              186
                                                               MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Season
MOST ATTEMPTS, Game
                                                                  PLAYER (YEAR)                                                      TDs
   PLAYER               GAME                            ATT
                                                               1. LeSean McCoy (2011) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
1. Heath Sherman        10/6/1991 at Buccaneers          35
                                                               2. Steve Van Buren (1945) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
   Heath Sherman        11/12/1990 vs. Redskins          35
                                                               3. Ricky Watters (1996) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
   Steve Van Buren      11/20/1949 vs. NY Bulldogs       35
4. Earnest Jackson      11/17/1985 at StL Cardinals      34       Steve Van Buren (1947) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
5. Brian Westbrook      12/7/2008 at Giants              33    5. (three times) last by Ricky Watters (1995) . . . . . . . .11
   Ricky Watters        12/10/1995 vs. Cowboys           33
   Steve Van Buren      10/3/1949 at Lions               33    CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH RUSHING TD
                                                                    PLAYER (YEAR)                                                      TDs
MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Game                                          1.   Steve Van Buren (1947) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
   PLAYER               GAME                          TDs      2.   Ricky Watters (1995) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
1. LeSean McCoy         12/18/11 vs. Jets               3      3.   Steve Van Buren (1948), LeSean McCoy (2011) . . . . .5
   LeSean McCoy         9/19/10 at Lions                3      5.   (many times) last by Michael Vick (2010) . . . . . . . . .4
   Charlie Garner       10/8/1995 vs. Redskins          3
   Wilbert Montgomery   12/19/1982 vs. Houston Oilers   3
   Wilbert Montgomery   10/7/1979 vs. Redskins          3
   Wilbert Montgomery   9/10/1978 at Redskins           3
   Tom Sullivan         10/13/1974 vs. Giants           3
   Clarence Peaks       11/16/1958 vs. Chi. Cardinals   3
   Steve Van Buren      10/17/1948 at Redskins          3
   Steve Van Buren      12/14/1947 vs. Packers          3
   Steve Van Buren      12/9/1945 vs. Boston Yanks      3
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ALL-TIME LEADING RECEIVERS                                                                               MOST RECEIVING YARDS, Career
      Player                                    Years    Gm      Rec       Yds   Avg    Lg TDs                 PLAYER                                  YARDS
1.    Harold Carmichael                 1971-1983 (13)   180     589     8,978   15.2   85t 79           1.    Harold Carmichael . . . . . . . . . . 8,978
2.    Pete Retzlaff (TE)                1956-1966 (11)   132     452     7,412   16.4    84 47           2.    Pete Retzlaff (E) . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,412
3.    Brian Westbrook (RB)               2002-2009 (8)   107     426     3,790    8.9    62 29           3.    Mike Quick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6,464
                                                                                                         4.    Pete Pihos (E) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5,619
4.    Pete Pihos (E)                     1947-1955 (9)   107     373     5,619   15.1   66t 61
                                                                                                         5.    Tommy McDonald (FL) . . . . . . . 5,499
5.    Keith Byars (RB)                   1986-1992 (7)   105     371     3,532    9.5    60 13           6.    Bobby Walston (WR/K) . . . . . . . 5,363
6.    Mike Quick                         1982-1990 (9)   101     363     6,464   17.8   99t 61           7.    Ben Hawkins (FL) . . . . . . . . . . . 4,764
7.    Bobby Walston (WR/K)              1951-1962 (12)   148     311     5,363   17.2   75t 46           8.    Fred Barnett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,634
8.    Fred Barnett                       1990-1995 (6)    81     308     4,634   15.0   95t 28           9.    DeSean Jackson . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,612
                                                                                                         10.   Calvin Williams . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,840
9.    Calvin Williams                    1990-1996 (7)    93     295     3,840   13.0   80t 34
10.   Tommy McDonald (FL)                1957-1963 (7)    88     287     5,499   19.2   91t 66
11.   Duce Staley (RB)                   1997-2003 (7)    98     275     2,498    9.1   52t 10           MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Career
                                                                                                             PLAYER                                        TDs
12.   Wilbert Montgomery (RB)            1977-1984 (8)   100     266     2,447    9.2   53t 12
                                                                                                         1.  Harold Carmichael. . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
13.   DeSean Jackson                     2008-2012 (5)    67     263     4,612   17.5   91t 22           2.  Tommy McDonald (FL). . . . . . . . . . 66
14.   Ben Hawkins (FL)                   1966-1973 (8)   102     261     4,764   18.3   92t 32           3.  Pete Pihos (E) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
15.   John Spagnola (TE)                 1979-1987 (8)   111     256     2,833   11.1    57 14               Mike Quick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
16.   Brent Celek (TE)                   2007-2012 (6)    87     251     3,178   12.7    73 20           5. Pete Retzlaff (E) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
17.   Keith Jackson (TE)                 1988-1991 (4)    60     242     2,756   11.4   73t 20           6. Bobby Walston (WR/K). . . . . . . . . . 46
                                                                                                         7. Calvin Williams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
18.   L.J. Smith (TE)                    2003-2008 (6)    86     231     2,525   10.9    65 18           8. Ben Hawkins (FL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
      Timmy Brown (B)                    1960-1967 (8)    96     231     3,346   14.5   87t 26           9. Jack Ferrante (E) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
20.   Chad Lewis (TE)                    1997-2005 (9)   110     228     2,349   10.3    52 23           10. Brian Westbrook (RB) . . . . . . . . . . 29




MOST RECEPTIONS, SEASON                                                                  MOST RECEIVING YARDS, Season
      Player                              Year    Rec      Yds    Avg      Lg    TDs           PLAYER (YEAR)                                                YARDS
1.    Brian Westbrook (RB)                2007     90      771     8.6     57t     5     1.    Mike Quick (1983) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,409
                                                                                         2.    Irving Fryar (1997) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,316
2.    Irving Fryar                        1996     88    1,195    13.6      42    11
                                                                                         3.    Ben Hawkins (1967) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,265
3.    Irving Fryar                        1997     86    1,316    15.3     72t     6
                                                                                         4.    Mike Quick (1985) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,247
4.    Keith Byars (RB)                    1990     81      819    10.1      54     3     5.    Terrell Owens (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,200
      Keith Jackson (TE)                  1988     81      869    10.7      41     6     6.    Irving Fryar (1996) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,195
6.    LeSean McCoy (RB)                   2010     78      592     7.6      40     2     7.    Pete Retzlaff (1965) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,190
      Fred Barnett                        1994     78    1,127    14.4      54     5     8.    DeSean Jackson (2009) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,156
8.    Kevin Curtis                        2007     77    1,110    14.4     75t     6     9.    Tommy McDonald (1962) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,146
      Brian Westbrook (RB)                2006     77      699     9.1     52t     4     10.   Tommy McDonald (1961) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,144
                                                                                         11.   Fred Barnett (1994) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,127
      Terrell Owens                       2004     77    1,200    15.6     59t    14
                                                                                         12.   Harold Carmichael (1973) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,116
11.   Brent Celek (TE)                    2009     76      971    12.8     47t     8           Harold Jackson (1969) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,116
       Led NFL         Led Conference                                                    14.   Kevin Curtis (2007) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,110
                                                                                         15.   Fred Barnett (1992) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,083
                                                                                         16.   Harold Carmichael (1978) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,072
                                                                                         17.   DeSean Jackson (2010) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,056
                                                                                         18.   Mike Quick (1984) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,052
                                                                                         19.   Pete Pihos (1953) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,049
                                                                                         20.   Harold Jackson (1972) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,048
                                                                                         21.   Harold Carmichael (1981) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,028
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TOP SINGLE-GAME RECEIVING PERFORMANCES                              MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Season
                                                                       PLAYER (YEAR)                                                   TDs
MOST YARDS, Game
                                                                    1. Terrell Owens (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
   PLAYER                      GAME                        YARDS
                                                                    2. Mike Quick (1983) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
1. Tommy McDonald (FL)         12/10/1961 vs. Giants          237
                                                                       Tommy McDonald (1961) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
2. Kevin Curtis (WR)           9/23/2007 vs. Lions            221
                                                                       Tommy McDonald (1960) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
3. DeSean Jackson (WR)         12/12/2010 at Cowboys          210   5. (seven times) last by Irving Fryar (1996) . . . . . . .11
4. Pete Retzlaff (E)           11/14/1965 vs. Redskins        204
5. Bud Grant (E)               12/7/1952 vs. Dallas Texans    203
6. Timmy Brown (B)             12/16/1962 at StL Cardinals    199   CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH REC. TD
7. Ben Hawkins (FL)            10/22/1967 at StL Cardinals    197      PLAYER (YEAR)                                             GAMES
                                                                    1. Mike Quick (1985) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
MOST RECEPTIONS, Game                                                  Pete Pihos (1947-48) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
   PLAYER                      GAME                         REC     3. (five times) last by DeSean Jackson (2009) . . . . .5
1. Brian Westbrook (RB)        11/4/2007 vs. Cowboys         14
   Don Looney (E)              12/1/1940 at Redskins         14     MOST 100-YD RECEIVING GAMES, Season
3. Jeremy Maclin (WR)          9/18/11 at Falcons            13        PLAYER (YEAR)                                               GAMES
4. LeSean McCoy (RB)           10/3/2010 vs. Redskins        12     1. Terrell Owens (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
   Brian Westbrook (RB)        11/19/2006 vs. Titans         12     2. Irving Fryar (1997) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
   Keith Byars (RB)            9/30/1990 vs. Ind. Colts      12        Mike Quick (1983) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
   Keith Jackson (TE)          11/19/1989 vs. Vikings        12     4. (eight times) last by DeSean Jackson (2009) . . . .5
   Keith Jackson (TE)          9/17/1989 at Redkins          12
   John Spagnola (TE)          10/6/1985 at Saints           12     CONSECUTIVE 100-YD RECEIVING GAMES
   Harold Carmichael (WR)      10/14/1973 at Cardinals       12        PLAYER (YEAR)                                             GAMES
                                                                    1. Terrell Owens (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Game                                                  Harold Jackson (last 3 in 1971, first 2 in 1972) . .5
   PLAYER                       GAME                         TDs    3. Mike Quick (1983) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
1. Irving Fryar                 10/20/1996 vs. Dolphins        4    4. (seven times) last by Irving Fryar (1996) . . . . . . . .3
   Ben Hawkins (FL)             9/28/1969 vs. Steelers         4
3. (22 times) last by Kevin Curtis 9/23/2007 vs. Lions         3
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ALL-TIME LEADERS IN TOTAL YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE                                              MOST TOUCHES, Career
      Player                            Years    Gm Touches           Yds   Avg Yds/G TDs
                                                                                                  PLAYER                              TOUCHES
1.    Brian Westbrook (RB)       2002-2009 (8)   107   1,734        9,785    5.6 91.4 66    1.    Brian Westbrook . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,734
2.    Harold Carmichael (WR)    1971-1983 (13)   180     598        9,042   15.1 50.2 79    2.    Wilbert Montgomery. . . . . . . . . 1,731
3.    Wilbert Montgomery (RB)    1977-1984 (8)   100   1,731        8,985    5.2 89.9 57    3.    Duce Staley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,475
4.    Pete Retzlaff (E)         1956-1966 (11)   132     458        7,408   16.2 56.1 47    4.    Steve Van Buren . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,365
                                                                                            5.    Ricky Watters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,136
5.    Duce Staley (RB)           1997-2003 (7)    98   1,475        7,305    5.0 74.5 32
                                                                                            6.    Keith Byars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,121
6.    Timmy Brown (RB)           1960-1967 (8)    96   1,081        7,049    6.5 73.4 55    7.    Timmy Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,081
7.    Mike Quick (WR)            1982-1990 (9)   101     364        6,459   17.7 64.0 61    8.    Tom Sullivan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,032
8.    Steve Van Buren (B)        1944-1951 (8)    83   1,365        6,383    4.7 76.9 72    9.    Clarence Peaks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 961
9.    Keith Byars (RB)           1986-1992 (7)   105   1,121        6,204    5.5 59.1 30    10.   Tom Woodeshick . . . . . . . . . . . . . 956
10.   Pete Pihos (E)             1947-1955 (9)   107     382        5,615   14.7 52.5 61
11.   Tommy McDonald (FL)        1957-1963 (7)    88     304        5,521   18.2 62.7 66    BEST YARDS/TOUCH, Career
12.   Bobby Walston (WR/K)      1951-1962 (12)   148     315        5,375   17.1 36.3 46          PLAYER                                        AVG.
13.   Ricky Watters (RB)         1995-1997 (3)    48   1,136        5,112    4.5 106.5 32   1.    Timmy Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.52
                                                                                            2.    Brian Westbrook . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.64
14.   DeSean Jackson (WR)        2008-2012 (5)    67     316        4,951   15.7 73.9 25
                                                                                            3.    Keith Byars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.53
15.   LeSean McCoy (RB)          2009-2012 (4)    53     956        4,879    5.1 92.4 38    4.    Wilbert Montgomery. . . . . . . . . . 5.19
16.   Ben Hawkins (FL)           1966-1973 (8)   102     271        4,772   17.6 46.8 32    5.    LeSean McCoy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.12
17.   Tom Woodeshick (B)         1963-1971 (9)   111     956        4,736    5.0 42.7 27    6.    Tom Woodeshick . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.95
18.   Fred Barnett (WR)          1990-1995 (6)    81     312        4,632   14.8 57.2 28    7.    Duce Staley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.95
                                                                                            8.    Clarence Peaks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.77
19.   Clarence Peaks (B)         1957-1963 (7)    83     961        4,585    4.8 55.2 22
                                                                                            9.    Steve Van Buren . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.68
20.   Randall Cunningham (QB)   1985-1995 (11)   122     678        4,479    6.6 36.7 32    10.   Billy Barnes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.53
                                                                                                  (min. 750 touches)
MOST TOTAL YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE, SEASON
      Player                        Year   Touches        Yards     Avg Yds/Gm TDs          MOST TOUCHES, Season
1.    Brian Westbrook               2007       368        2,104     5.7   140.3 12                PLAYER (YEAR)                   TOUCHES
2.    Wilbert Montgomery            1979       379        2,006     5.3   125.4 14          1.    Ricky Watters (1996) . . . . . . . . . . 404
                                                                                            2.    Ricky Watters (1995) . . . . . . . . . . 399
3.    Wilbert Montgomery            1981       335        1,923     5.7   128.2 10
                                                                                            3.    Wilbert Montgomery (1979). . . . . 379
4.    Brian Westbrook               2006       317        1,916     6.0   127.7 11          4.    Brian Westbrook (2007) . . . . . . . . 368
5.    Ricky Watters                 1996       404        1,855     4.6   115.9 13          5.    Duce Staley (1999) . . . . . . . . . . . . 366
6.    Ricky Watters                 1995       399        1,707     4.3   106.7 12
7.    LeSean McCoy                  2010       285        1,672     5.9   111.5  9          BEST YARDS/TOUCH, Season
8.    LeSean McCoy                  2011       321        1,624     5.1   108.3 20                PLAYER (YEAR)                            AVG.
9.    Duce Staley                   2002       320        1,570     4.9    98.1  8          1.    Timmy Brown (1965). . . . . . . . . . 7.42
10.   Duce Staley                   1999       366        1,567     4.3    97.9  6          2.    Timmy Brown (1962). . . . . . . . . . 7.38
                                                                                            3.    Herschel Walker (1994) . . . . . . . 6.31
                                                                                            4.    Steve Van Buren (1945). . . . . . . . 6.24
                                                                                            5.    Brian Westbrook (2003) . . . . . . . 6.14
                                                                                            6.    Keith Byars (1991). . . . . . . . . . . . 6.07
                                                                                                  (min. 150 touches)

TOP SINGLE-GAME SCRIMMAGE YARD TOTALS
MOST YARDS, Game                                                      MOST TOUCHES, Game
   PLAYER                       GAME                       YARDS         PLAYER                      GAME                   TOUCHES
1. Duce Staley                  9/3/2000 at Cowboys           262     1. Brian Westbrook             12/7/2008 at Giants         39
2. Timmy Brown                  12/16/1962 at Cardinals       249        Heath Sherman               11/12/1990 vs. Redskins     39
3. Tommy McDonald               12/10/1961 vs. Giants         237        Ricky Watters               12/10/1995 vs. Cowboys      39
   Wilbert Montgomery           11/4/1979 vs. Browns          237     4. Heath Sherman               10/6/1991 at Buccaneers     37
5. Duce Staley                  11/11/2001 vs. Vikings        231     5. Ricky Watters               10/8/1995 vs. Redskins (ot) 36
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ALL-TIME INTERCEPTION LEADERS                                                           MOST INT RETURN YDS, Career
      Player                         Years INTs       Yds   Avg       Lg     TDs
                                                                                              PLAYER                                                            YARDS
1.    Brian Dawkins          1996-2008 (13)  34       515   15.1      67t      2        1.    Bill Bradley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .536
      Bill Bradley              1969-76 (8)  34       536   15.8      56t      1        2.    Brian Dawkins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .515
      Eric Allen                1988-94 (7)  34       482   14.2      94t      5        3.    Eric Allen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .482
4.    Herman Edwards            1977-85 (9)  33        98    3.0       25      1        4.    Lito Sheppard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .460
                                                                                        5.    Ernie Steele . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .404
5.    Wes Hopkins              1983-93 (10)  30       241    8.0       33      1
                                                                                        6.    Joe Scarpati . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .402
6.    Don Burroughs             1960-64 (5)  29       351   12.1       46      0
7.    Troy Vincent            1996-2003 (8)  28       341   12.2      90t      1        MOST INTs RETURNED FOR TD, Career
8.    Joe Scarpati              1964-69 (6)  24       402   16.8      67t      3           PLAYER                                                                 TDs
      Ernie Steele              1942-48 (6)  24       404   16.8       62      0        1. Eric Allen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
10.   Asante Samuel             2008-11 (4)  23       304   13.2      50t      2        2. Sheldon Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
      Randy Logan              1973-83 (11)  23       293   12.7       45      0           Lito Sheppard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
                                                                                           Joe Scarpati . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
      Roynell Young             1980-88 (9)  23       106    4.6       33      0
                                                                                        4. by 11 players, last by Asante Samuel . . . . . . . . . .2
MOST INTERCEPTIONS, SEASON
   Player                               Year   INTs   Yds   Avg       Lg     TDs        MOST INT RETURN YDS, Season
1. Bill Bradley                         1971     11   248   22.5       51      0              PLAYER (YEAR)                                               YARDS
2. Asante Samuel                        2009      9   117   13.0       37      0        1.    Bill Bradley (11, 1971) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .248
   Bill Bradley                         1972      9    73    8.1       21      0        2.    Eric Allen (6, 1993) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .201
   Don Burroughs                        1960      9   124   13.8       46      0        3.    Joe Scarpati (8, 1966) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
   Ed “Bibbles” Bawel                   1955      9   168   18.7      42t      2        4.    Lito Sheppard (5, 2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
6. Eric Allen                           1989      8    38    4.8       18      0        5.    Ed Bawel (9, 1955) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .168
   Terry Hoage                          1988      8   116   14.5       38      0
   Joe Scarpati                         1966      8   182   22.8       32      0        MOST INTs RETURNED FOR TD, Season
                                                                                           PLAYER (YEAR)                                                     TDs
   Bob Hudson                           1954      8    89   11.1       32      0
                                                                                        1. Eric Allen (1993) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .*4
   Tom Brookshier                       1953      8    41    5.1       22      0
                                                                                        2. Lito Sheppard (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
   Ed “Bibbles” Bawel                   1952      8   121   15.1       35      0           Seth Joyner (1992) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
   Joe Sutton                           1950      8    67    8.4       32      0           Ed Bawel (1955) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
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                                                                                           * NFL record

TOP SINGLE-GAME INT PERFORMANCES                                                        MOST INTs BY A NON-DB, Season
MOST INTERCEPTIONS, Game                                                                   PLAYER (YEAR)                                          INTS
   PLAYER         GAME                        INTS                                      1. William Thomas, LB (1995) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
1. Russ Craft     9/24/1950 at Chi. Cardinals   *4
2. Kurt Coleman   10/16/11 at Redskins           3
   Joe Scarpati   10/23/1966 at Giants           3                 LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURNS
   Jim Nettles    12/12/1965 at Steelers         3                    PLAYER (GAME)                                                                         YARDS
   Nate Ramsey    11/28/1965 at StL Cardinals    3                 1. James Willis intercepted pass 4 yds. deep in the end zone and
   Don Burroughs  12/3/1961 at Steelers          3                    returned it 14 yds. before lateralling to Troy Vincent, who ran
   Chuck Weber    9/30/1960 at Cowboys           3                    90 yds. (11/3/1996 at Cowboys - QB Troy Aikman) . . . . . . . . . . .104t
   Joe Sutton     9/24/1950 at Chi. Cardinals    3
                                                                   2. Lito Sheppard (10/8/2006 vs. Cowboys - QB Drew Bledsoe) . . .102t
   Gil Steinke    11/10/1946 at Giants           3
   Roy Zimmerman 12/9/1945 vs. Boston Yanks      3                 3. Lito Sheppard (11/15/2004 at Cowboys - QB V. Testaverde) . . . .101t
   Roy Zimmerman 12/10/1944 vs. Cleveland Rams   3                 4. Jerry Norton (10/5/1957 vs. Giants - QB Charlie Conerly,
   * NFL record                                                       deflected off goal post) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .99t
                                                                   5. Eric Allen (10/3/1993 at Jets - QB Boomer Esiason) . . . . . . . . . .94t
MOST INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS, Game                                  Irv Cross (10/25/1964 at Steelers - QB Terry Nofsinger) . . . . . . .94t
   PLAYER         GAME                                  YDS
1. Frank LeMaster 12/21/1975 at Redskins                114        7. Jack Hinkle (10/9/1943 vs. Giants - QB Tuffy Leemans) . . . . . . . .91
2. Lito Sheppard  10/8/2006 vs. Cowboys                 102
3. Lito Sheppard  11/15/2004 at Cowboys                 101
4. Jerry Norton   10/5/1957 vs. Giants                   99
5. Eric Allen     10/3/1993 at Jets                      94
   Irv Cross      10/25/1964 at Steelers                 94

MOST INTERCEPTIONS RETURNED FOR TD, Game
   PLAYER         GAME                                  TDS
1. Eric Allen     12/26/1993 vs. Saints                   2
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ALL-TIME LEADERS IN SACKS                                                               MOST SACKS, SEASON
      PLAYER                             YEARS                             SACKS            PLAYER                             YEAR                                      SACKS
1.    Reggie White (DE) . . . . . . .1985-92 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .124.0         1.  Reggie White . . . . . . . . . . .1987         . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21.0
2.    Clyde Simmons (DE) . . . . .1986-93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76.0           2.  Clyde Simmons . . . . . . . . .1992            . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19.0
3.    Trent Cole (DE) . . . . . . . . . .2005-11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69.5    3.  Jason Babin . . . . . . . . . . . .2011        . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18.0
4.    Hugh Douglas (DE) . . . . . .1998-2002, 2004 . . . . . . . . .54.5                    Reggie White . . . . . . . . . . .1988         . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18.0
5.    Greg Brown (DE) . . . . . . . .1982-86 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50.5            Reggie White . . . . . . . . . . .1986         . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18.0
6.    Andy Harmon (DT) . . . . . . .1991-97 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39.5         6. Greg Brown . . . . . . . . . . . .1984          . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16.0
7.    Seth Joyner (LB) . . . . . . . .1986-93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37.0       7. Clyde Simmons . . . . . . . . .1989             . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15.5
8.    Wiliam Fuller (DE) . . . . . . .1994-96 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35.5           Hugh Douglas . . . . . . . . . .2000           . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15.0
9.    Dennis Harrison (DE) . . . .1978-84 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34.0               Reggie White . . . . . . . . . . .1991         . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15.0
10.   William Thomas (LB) . . . . .1991-99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33.0          10. Reggie White . . . . . . . . . . .1992         . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14.0
11.   Ken Clarke (DT) . . . . . . . . .1982-87 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32.5          Reggie White . . . . . . . . . . .1990         . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14.0
12.   Corey Simon (DT) . . . . . . . .2000-04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32.0
13.   Juqua Parker (DE) . . . . . . .2005-11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31.5
      Mike Mamula (DE) . . . . . . .1995-2000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31.5           MOST SACKS, GAME
                                                                                             PLAYER                              GAME                     SACKS
15.   Jerome Brown (DT) . . . . .1987-91 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29.5
                                                                                        1.   Hugh Douglas . . . . . . . . . .10/18/1998 at Chargers . . . .4.5
16.   Darwin Walker (DT) . . . . . .2000-06 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27.5
                                                                                             Clyde Simmons . . . . . . . . .9/15/1991 at Cowboys . . . . .4.5
17.   Jason Babin (DE) . . . . . . . .2009, 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . .23.0
                                                                                        3.   Reggie White . . . . . . . . . . .9/25/1988 at Vikings . . . . . .4.0
18.   Darren Howard (DE) . . . . .2006-09 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22.5
                                                                                             Reggie White . . . . . . . . . . .11/30/1986 at LA Raiders . .4.0
19.   Jevon Kearse (DE) . . . . . . .2004-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22.0
                                                                                             Reggie White . . . . . . . . . . .11/2/1986 at StL Cardinals .4.0
20.   Brian Dawkins (FS) . . . . . .1996-2008 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21.0
                                                                                             Garry Cobb . . . . . . . . . . . . .10/5/1986 at Falcons . . . . . .4.0
                                                                                             Greg Brown . . . . . . . . . . . .12/16/1984 at Falcons . . . . .4.0
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                                                                                        MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A SACK
                                                                                             PLAYER                            YEAR                               GAMES
                                                                                        1.   Reggie White (last 4 games in 1986 and first 4 in ‘87) . . .8
                                                                                        2.   Reggie White (last 7 games in 1987 and first in ‘88) . . . . .8
                                                                                        3.   Dennis Harrison . . . . . . . .1982 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
                                                                                             William Fuller . . . . . . . . . .1994 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
                                                                                        5.   Clyde Simmons . . . . . . . . .1992 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6



LONGEST FUMBLE RETURN FOR A TD                                                          BLOCKED PUNTS RETURNED FOR TD
      PLAYER                           GAME                                   YARDS        PLAYER                                                    TDs
1.    Mike Patterson                   9/24/2006 at 49ers                        98t    1. Seven times, last Ken Rose (11/22/1992 at Giants) (3 yards) 1
2.    Joselio Hanson                   12/28/2008 vs. Cowboys                    96t
      Joe Lavender                     9/23/1974 vs. Cowboys                     96t    BLOCKED FIELD GOALS RETURNED FOR TD
4.    Joe Carter                       9/25/1938 vs. NY Giants                   92t       PLAYER                                                                              TDs
5.    Bob Pylman                       9/25/1938 vs. NY Giants                   88t    1. Matt Ware (10/23/2005 vs. Chargers) (65 yards)                                        1
6.    Will Wynn                        12/1/1974 vs. Packers                     87t
7.    Sheldon Brown                    10/9/2005 at Cowboys                      80t    LONGEST RETURN AFTER MISSED FIELD GOAL
                                                                                           PLAYER                             GAME                        YARDS
8.    Chris Clemons                    12/28/2008 vs. Cowboys                    73t
                                                                                        1. Al Nelson                          9/26/1971 vs. Cowboys         101t
9.    Reggie White                     9/13/1987 at Redskins                     70t
                                                                                        2. Al Nelson                          12/11/1966 vs. Browns         100t
10.   Ted Schmitt                      10/15/1939 at NY Giants                   63t
                                                                                        3. Timmy Brown                        9/16/1962 vs. StL Cardinals     99
MOST FUMBLE RETURNS FOR TD, CAREER
   PLAYER                              YEARS                                      TDs
1. Seth Joyner                         1986-93                                      3
2. Juqua Parker                        2005-11                                      2
   Sheldon Brown                       2002-09                                      2
   Kevin Curtis                        2007-09                                      2
   Greg Brown                          1981-84                                      2
   Clyde Simmons                       1986-90                                      2
   William Thomas                      1991-97                                      2
   Reggie White                        1985-92                                      2
   Will Wynn                           1973-76                                      2
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ALL-TIME LEADING PUNTERS (min. 100 punts)                                                         MOST PUNTS, Career
      Player                   Years       Punts      Yds      Avg     Net In20      Lg Blk            PLAYER                                       PUNTS
1.    Joe Muha          1946-1950(5)         179    7,688     42.95     NA NA        82   2       1.   Adrian Burk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .393
2.    Sav Rocca         2007-2010 (4)        299   12,817     42.87    37.6 102      65   1       2.   Sean Landeta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .376
3.    Sean Landeta 1999-2002,2005 (5)        376   16,092     42.80    35.9  96      64   1       3.   Tom Hutton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .349
                                                                                                  4.   John Teltschik . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .345
4.    King Hill         1961-1968(8)         254   10,765     42.38     NA NA        80   0       5.   Max Runager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .332
5.    Tom Hutton        1995-1998(4)         349   14,788     42.37    34.6  77      63   3
6.    Norm Van Brocklin 1958-1960(3)         167    7,073     42.35     NA NA        70   2       MOST PUNTS INSIDE 20, Career
7.    Mike Horan        1984-1985(2)         183    7,657     41.84    34.9  41      75   0           PLAYER                                           IN20
8.    Dirk Johnson      2003-2006(4)         268   11,180     41.72    36.0  79      62   0       1. Jeff Feagles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106
9.    Tom McNeill       1971-1973(3)         126    5,234     41.54     NA NA        66   1       2. Sav Rocca . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102
10.   Jeff Feagles      1990-1993(3)         324   13,448     41.51    35.4 106      77   3       3. Sean Landeta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96
                                                                                                  4. Dirk Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
BEST PUNTING AVERAGE, SEASON (min. 40 punts)                                                      5. Tom Hutton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77
      Name                        Years   Punts      Yds      Avg     Net In20     Lg Blk         * Inside-the-20 became official stat in 1976
1.    Joe Muha                     1948      57    2,694     47.26     NA NA       82   0
2.    Sav Rocca                    2010      73    3,195     43.77    39.0  28     63   0         MOST PUNTS, Season
3.    King Hill                    1961      55    2,403     43.69     NA NA       64   0              PLAYER (YEAR)                          PUNTS
                                                                                                  1.   John Teltschik (1986) . . . . . . . . . . . .108
4.    Len Barnum                   1941      41    1,788     43.61     NA NA       68   0
                                                                                                  2.   Sean Landeta (1999) . . . . . . . . . . . . .107
5.    Sean Landeta                 2001      97    4,221     43.52    36.4  26     64   0
                                                                                                  3.   Tom Hutton (1998) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104
6.    Joe Muha                     1947      53    2,303     43.45     NA NA       75   0         4.   John Teltschik (1988) . . . . . . . . . . . . .98
7.    Tom Hutton                   1995      85    3,682     43.32    33.7  20     63   1         5.   Sean Landeta (2001) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97
8.    Sav Rocca                    2008      77    3,334     43.30    37.9  24     65   1
9.    Norm Van Brocklin            1960      60    2,585     43.08     NA NA       70   0         MOST PUNTS INSIDE 20, Season
10.   King Hill                    1963      69    2,972     43.07     NA NA       62   0             PLAYER (YEAR)                                IN20
      Led NFL        Led Conference                                                               1. Jeff Feagles (1993) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
                                                                                                  2. Jeff Feagles (1991) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
TOP SINGLE-GAME PUNTING PERFORMANCES                                                              3. Sav Rocca (2010) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
                                                                                                      John Teltschik (1988) . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
MOST PUNTS, Game                                                                                  5. Dirk Johnson (2003) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
   PLAYER              GAME                        PUNTS                                          * Inside-the-20 became official stat in 1976
1. John Teltschik      12/6/1987 at NY Giants         15
2. Adrian Burk         12/12/1954 vs. Giants          12                  LONGEST PUNTS
   Adrian Burk         11/2/1952 at Packers           12
                                                                             PLAYER (GAME)                                                       YARDS
   Len Barnum          10/4/1942 vs. Redskins         12
                                                                          1. Randall Cunningham (12/3/1989 at Giants) . . . . . . . . . . . . .91
   Emmett Mortell      10/10/1937 at Redskins         12
                                                                          2. Joe Muha (10/10/1948 vs. Giants) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82
6. 3 times, last by Mike Horan 9/8/1985 at NY Giants  11
                                                                          3. Randall Cunningham (10/16/1994 at Cowboys) . . . . . . . . . .80
BEST PUNTING AVERAGE, Game (min. 4 punts)                                    King Hill (11/11/1962 vs. Packers) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80
   PLAYER         GAME                                     AVG.           5. Jeff Feagles (9/15/1991 at Cowboys) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77
1. Mat McBriar    10/14/12 vs. Lions                       56.6
2. Chas Henry     9/9/2012 at Browns                       55.0
3. Len Barnum     9/13/1942 at Steelers                    53.5
   Len Barnum     9/20/1942 at Browns                      53.5
5. Frank Reagan   10/7/1950 vs. LA Rams                    53.3
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ALL-TIME LEADING PUNT RETURNERS (min. 20 returns)                                    MOST PUNT RETURNS, Career
      Player                     Years           PR   FC   Yds    Avg    Lg TDs         PLAYER                                           RETURNS
1.    Ernie Steele          1942-48 (6)          44   NA   737   16.75   80t  1      1. Wally Henry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .148
2.    Steve Van Buren       1944-51 (8)          34   NA   473   13.91   55t  2      2. DeSean Jackson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117
3.    Pat McHugh            1947-51 (5)          31   NA   402   12.97   69t  1         Brian Mitchell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117
                                                                                        John Sciarra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117
4.    Brian Westbrook       2002-09 (8)          39   21   498   12.77   84t  2      5. Bill Bradley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111
5.    Brian Mitchell        2000-02 (3)         117   66 1,369   11.70   76t  2
6.    Frank Reagan          1949-51 (3)          27   NA   304   11.26    42  1      MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS, Career
7.    Bosh Pritchard  1942, 1947-51 (6)          91   NA   975   10.71   55t  1           PLAYER                                               YARDS
8.    Vai Sikahema          1992-93 (2)          73   30   778   10.66   87t  1      1.   Brian Mitchell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,369
9.    DeSean Jackson        2008-12 (5)         117   51 1,223   10.45   85t  4      2.   Wally Henry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,231
10.   Larry Marshall        1974-77 (4)         104   16 1,086   10.44    48  0      3.   DeSean Jackson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,223
                                                                                     4.   Larry Marshall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,086
11.   Dan Sandifer          1950-51 (2)          29   NA   292   10.07    39  0      5.   Bosh Pritchard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .975
BEST PUNT RETURN AVERAGE, SEASON (min. 15 returns)
      Player                             Year   PR    FC   Yds    Avg    Lg TDs      MOST PUNT RETURNS TDs, Career
1.    Steve Van Buren                    1944   15    NA   230   15.33    55  1         PLAYER                                                   TDs
2.    Brian Westbook                     2003   20    16   306   15.30   84t  2      1. DeSean Jackson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
3.    DeSean Jackson                     2009   29    15   441   15.21   85t  2      2. Brian Westbrook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
                                                                                        Brian Mitchell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
4.    Alvin Haymond                      1968   15     6   201   13.40   54t  1
                                                                                        Steve Van Buren . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
5.    Reno Mahe                          2005   21     9   269   12.81    44  0
6.    Kelvin Martin                      1995   17    10   214   12.59    38  0
7.    Frank Reagan                       1949   21    NA   266   12.67    42  1
                                                                                     MOST PUNT RETURNS, Season
                                                                                          PLAYER (YEAR)                               RETURNS
8.    Vai Sikahema                       1992   40    10   503   12.58   87t  1
                                                                                     1.   Wally Henry (1981) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
9.    Brian Mitchell                     2002   46    11   567   12.32   76t  1      2.   Rod Harris (1991) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
10.   Pat McHugh                         1948   18    NA   220   12.22    55  0      3.   DeSean Jackson (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
        Led NFL         Led Conference                                               4.   Brian Mitchell (2002) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
                                                                                          Larry Marshall (1977) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
TOP SINGLE-GAME PUNT RETURN PERFORMANCES
                                                                                     MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS, Season
MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS, Game                                                              PLAYER (YEAR)                                  YARDS
   PLAYER         GAME                                 YARDS                         1.   Brian Mitchell (2002) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .567
1. Alvin Haymond  10/6/1968 at Redskins                   140                        2.   Vai Sikahema (1992) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .503
2. Vai Sikahema   11/22/1992 at NY Giants                 111                        3.   Larry Marshall (1977) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .489
3. Reno Mahe      12/5/2005 vs. Seahawks                  108                        4.   Brian Mitchell (2001) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .467
                                                                                     5.   DeSean Jackson (2009) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .441
4. DeSean Jackson 9/13/2009 at Panthers                   106
   Ernie Steele   10/25/42 at Bears                       106
                                                                                     MOST PUNT RETURNS TDs, Season
MOST PUNT RETURNS, Game
                                                                                        PLAYER (YEAR)                                    TDs
   PLAYER              GAME                          PR
                                                                                     1. DeSean Jackson (2009) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
1. Larry Marshall      9/18/1977 vs Buccaneers        9
                                                                                        Brian Westbrook (2003) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
2. DeSean Jackson 9/7/2008 vs. Rams                   8
   Evan Cooper         10/26/1986 vs. Chargers        8
   Vai Sikahema        12/13/1992 at Seahawks         8
                                                                          LONGEST PUNT RETURNS
                                                                             PLAYER (GAME)                                             YARDS
5. (7 times) last by Reno Mahe 12/5/2005 vs. Seahawks 7
                                                                          1. Vai Sikahema (11/22/1992 at Giants) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87t
                                                                          2. DeSean Jackson (9/13/2009 at Panthers) . . . . . . . . . .85t
BEST PUNT RETURN AVERAGE, Game (min. 3 punt returns)
   PLAYER         GAME                        AVG.                        3. Brian Westbrook (10/19/2003 at Giants) . . . . . . . . . . .84t
1. Brian Mitchell 11/25/2002 at 49ers          33.0                       4. Brian Westbrook (12/21/2003 vs. 49ers) . . . . . . . . . . .81t
2. Clyde Scott    10/30/1949 at Steelers       28.3                          Tommy McDonald (10/4/1959 vs. Giants) . . . . . . . . . . .81t
3. Billy Wells    10/5/1958 vs. NY Giants      28.0                       6. Ernie Steele (10/25/1942 at Bears) . . . . . . . . (lateral) 80t
4. Alvin Haymond  10/6/1968 at Redskins        28.0                       7. Brian Mitchell (11/25/2002 at 49ers) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76t
5. Vai Sikahema   11/22/1992 at NY Giants      27.8                          Gregg Garrity (11/30/1986 at LA Raiders) . . . . . . . . . .76t
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ALL-TIME LEADING KICKOFF RETURNERS (min. 25 returns) MOST KICKOFF RETURNS, Career
      Player                       Years      KOR      Yds     Avg     Lg    TDs            PLAYER                                          RETURNS
1.    Steve Van Buren         1944-51 (8)       76   2,030    26.71    98t     3       1.   Timmy Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .169
2.    Irv Cross               1961-69 (6)       28     745    26.61     74     0       2.   Brian Mitchell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .131
3.    Timmy Brown             1960-67 (8)      169   4,483    26.53   105t     5       3.   Al Nelson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101
                                                                                       4.   Allen Rossum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .98
4.    Al Nelson               1965-73 (9)      101   2,625    25.99     78     0       5.   Larry Marshall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88
5.    Wilbert Montgomery      1977-84 (8)       32     814    25.44    99t     1
6.    Quintin Demps           2008-09 (2)       58   1,469    25.33   100t     1       MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDS, Career
7.    Brian Mitchell          2000-02 (3)      131   3,311    25.27    94t     2            PLAYER                                                 YARDS
8.    Allen Rossum            1998-99 (2)       98   2,427    24.77    89t     1       1.   Timmy Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4,483
9.    Billy Walik             1970-72 (3)       67   1,640    24.48     82     0       2.   Brian Mitchell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3,311
10.   Alvin Haymond              1968 (1)       28     677    24.18    98t     1       3.   Al Nelson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,625
                                                                                       4.   Allen Rossum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,427
                                                                                       5.   Larry Marshall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,075
BEST KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE, SEASON (min. 1.25 ret/gm)
      Player                           Year   KOR       Yds    Avg     Lg    TDs
1.    Al Nelson                        1972    25       728   29.12     78     0       MOST KICKOFF RETURNS TDs, Career
2.    Steve Van Buren                  1945    13       373   28.69    98t     1          PLAYER                                                   TDs
                                                                                       1. Timmy Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
3.    Timmy Brown                      1963    33       945   28.64   100t     1
                                                                                       2. Derrick Witherspoon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
4.    Timmy Brown                      1966    20       562   28.10    93t     2          Steve Van Buren . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
5.    Timmy Brown                      1961    29       811   27.97   105t     1       4. Brian Mitchell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
6.    Timmy Brown                      1962    30       831   27.70    99t     1
7.    Hershel Walker                   1994    21       581   27.67    94t     1
                                                                                       MOST KICKOFF RETURNS, Season
8.    Don Stevens                      1952    16       433   27.06     51     0            PLAYER (YEAR)                              RETURNS
9.    Brian Mitchell                   2002    43     1,162   27.02     57     0       1.   Allen Rossum (1999) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
10.   Wilbert Montgomery               1977    23       619   26.91    99t     1       2.   Derrick Witherspoon (1996) . . . . . . . . . . .53
        Led NFL       Led Conference                                                   3.   Quintin Demps (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
                                                                                       4.   Herman Hunter (1985) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
                                                                                       5.   Brian Mitchell (2000) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
TOP SINGLE-GAME KICKOFF RETURN PERFORMANCES                                                 Duce Staley (1997) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDS, Game
   PLAYER              GAME                                     YARDS                  MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDS, Season
1. Derrick Witherspoon 11/24/1996 at Arz. Cardinals                253                      PLAYER (YEAR)                                     YARDS
2. Timmy Brown         11/6/1966 vs. Cowboys                       247                 1.   Allen Rossum (1999) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,347
3. Allen Rossum        11/14/1999 vs. Redskins                     222                 2.   Quintin Demps (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,314
4. Quintin Demps       11/9/2008 vs. Giants                        220                 3.   Derrick Witherspoon (1996) . . . . . . . . .1,271
5. Duce Staley         11/30/1997 vs. Bengals                      195                 4.   Brian Mitchell (2002) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,162
                                                                                       5.   Duce Staley (1997) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,139
MOST KICKOFF RETURNS, Game
   PLAYER                   GAME                                  KOR
1. Quintin Demps            11/9/2008 vs. Giants                    8                  MOST KICKOFF RETURNS TDs, Season
   Allen Rossum             11/21/1999 vs. Ind. Colts               8                     PLAYER (YEAR)                                    TDs
   Derrick Witherspoon 11/24/1996 at Arz. Cardinals                 8                  1. Derrick Witherspoon (1996) . . . . . . . . . . . .2
4. (5 times) last by Ellis Hobbs 9/20/2009 vs. Saints               7                     Timmy Brown (1966) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

BEST KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE, Game (min. 3 kickoff returns)
   PLAYER              GAME                             AVG.                 LONGEST KICKOFF RETURNS
1. Timmy Brown         9/22/1963 vs. Cardinals          59.0                    PLAYER (GAME)                                         YARDS
2. Alvin Haymond       9/22/1968 vs. NY Giants          51.0                 1. Timmy Brown (9/17/1961 vs. Browns) . . . . . . . . . . . .105t
3. Timmy Brown         11/6/1966 vs. Cowboys            49.4                 2. Russ Craft (10/7/1950 vs. Los Angeles Rams) . . . . . .103t
4. Derrick Witherspoon 9/22/1996 at Falcons             48.0                 3. Quintin Demps (11/23/2008 at Ravens) . . . . . . . . . . .100t
5. Allen Rossum        11/14/1999 vs. Redskins          44.4                    Timmy Brown (9/22/1963 vs. St. Louis Cardinals) . . .100t
                                                                                Dave Smukler (11/13/1938 at Brooklyn Dodgers) . . .100t
MOST KICKOFF RETURNS FOR A TD, Game
   PLAYER           GAME                                 TD
1. Timmy Brown      11/6/1966, 93 & 90 yards vs. Cowboys 2*
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STARTING QUARTERBACK RECORDS                                      1998   Hoying (1-6), Koy Detmer (1-4), Peete (1-3)
Year   Quarterbacks (Record as a starter)                         1999   Doug Pederson (2-7), Donovan McNabb (2-4),K.Detmer (1-0)
1956   Bobby Thomason (3-5-1), Burk (0-3)                         2000   McNabb (11-5)
1957   Thomason (2-5), Sonny Jurgensen (2-3)                      2001   McNabb (11-5)
1958   Norm Van Brocklin (2-9-1)                                  2002   McNabb (7-3), A.J. Feeley (4-1), K.Detmer (1-0)
1959   Van Brocklin (7-5)                                         2003   McNabb (12-4)
1960   Van Brocklin (10-2)                                        2004   McNabb (13-2), K.Detmer (0-1)
1961   Jurgensen (10-4)                                           2005   McNabb (4-5), Mike McMahon (2-5)
1962   Jurgensen (3-9-1), King Hill (0-1)                         2006   McNabb (5-5), Jeff Garcia (5-1)
1963   Jurgensen (2-6-1), Hill (0-4-1)                            2007   McNabb (8-6), Feeley (0-2)
1964   Norm Snead (4-6), Hill (1-1), Jack Concannon (1-1)         2008   McNabb (9-6-1)
1965   Snead (4-5), Hill (1-4)                                    2009   McNabb (10-4), Kevin Kolb (1-1)
1966   Snead (5-5), Hill (2-0), Concannon (2-0)                   2010   Michael Vick (8-3), Kolb (2-3)
1967   Snead (6-7-1)                                              2011   Michael Vick (7-6), Vince Young (1-2)
1968   Snead (2-9), Hill (0-2), John Huarte (0-1)                 2012   Michael Vick (3-4)
1969   Snead (4-8-1), George Mira (0-1)
1970   Snead (3-9-1), Rick Arrington (0-1)                        NFL RECORDS HELD BY AN EAGLE
1971   Pete Liske (5-5), Arrington (1-2-1)                        Most Touchdown Passes, Game
1972   John Reaves (0-7), Liske (2-4-1)                           7 Adrian Burk (10/17/1954 at Redskins); tied with Sid Luckman,
1973   Roman Gabriel (5-8-1)                                         Bears (1943); Y.A. Tittle, Giants (1962); George Blanda, Oilers
1974   Gabriel (4-7), Mike Boryla (3-0)                              (1961); and Joe Kapp, Vikings (1969)
1975   Gabriel (2-7), Boryla (2-3)
                                                                  Longest Touchdown Pass
1976   Boryla (3-7), Gabriel (1-3)
                                                                  99 Ron Jaworski to Mike Quick, (11/10/1985 vs. Falcons) (OT);
1977   Ron Jaworski (5-9)
                                                                     tied with nine others
1978   Jaworski (9-7)
1979   Jaworski (11-5)                                            Most Consecutive Completions
1980   Jaworski (12-4)                                            24 Donovan McNabb (last 10 at NYG 11/28/2004 and first 14 vs.
1981   Jaworski (10-6)                                               GB 12/5/2004)
1982   Jaworski (3-6)
1983   Jaworski (5-11)                                            Most Interception Returns for TDs, Season
1984   Jaworski (5-7-1), Joe Pisarcik (1-2)                       4 Eric Allen, 1993; tied with Jim Kearney, Chiefs (1972) and Ken
1985   Jaworski (6-6), Randall Cunningham (1-3)                      Houston, Oilers (1971)
1986   Jaworski (3-6), Cunningham (1-3-1), Matt Cavanaugh (1-1)
1987   Cunningham (7-5), Scott Tinsley (0-3)                      Most Interceptions, Game
1988   Cunningham (10-6)                                          4 Russ Craft (9/24/1950 at Cardinals); tied with 17
1989   Cunningham (11-5)
                                                                  Most TDs Returning Kickoffs, Game
1990   Cunningham (10-6)
                                                                  2 Timmy Brown (11/6/196 vs. Cowboys), 93 and 90 yards; tied
1991   Jim McMahon (8-3), Cunningham (1-0), Jeff Kemp (1-1),
                                                                     with Travis Williams, Packers (1967); Ron Brown, Rams
       Brad Goebel (0-2)
                                                                     (1985); Tyrone Hughes, Saints (1994); Chad Morton, Jets
1992   Cunningham (10-5), McMahon (1-0)
                                                                     (2002); Devin Hester, Bears (2006); Andre Davis, Texans
1993   Bubby Brister (4-4), Cunningham (4-0), Ken O'Brien (0-4)      (2007); Josh Cribbs, Browns (2009)
1994   Cunningham (7-7), Brister (0-2)
1995   Rodney Peete (9-3), Cunningham (1-3)                       Most 50-Plus-Yard Touchdowns, Season
1996   Ty Detmer (7-4), Peete (3-2)                               8 DeSean Jackson (2009); tied with Elroy “Crazy Legs” Hirsch
1997   T.Detmer (2-5), Bobby Hoying (2-3-1), Peete (2-1)             (8 in 1951) and Devin Hester (8 in 2007)
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PASSING                                   RUSHING
                                                                                    MOST YARDS, Season
MOST ATTEMPTS, Season                     MOST ATTEMPTS, Season                     1. DeSean Jackson, 2008            912
1. John Reaves, 1972               224    1. Po James (FB), 1972              182   2. Keith Jackson (TE), 1988        869
2. Donovan McNabb, 1999            216    2. Keith Byars (FB), 1986           177   3. Charle Young (TE), 1973         854
3. Davey O'Brien, 1939             201    3. Lee Bouggess (FB), 1970          159   4. Jeremy Maclin, 2009             773
4. Mike Boryla, 1974               102    4. LeSean McCoy, 2009               155   5. Fred Barnett, 1990              721
5. Foster Watkins, 1940             85    5. Billy Barnes, 1957               143   6. Don Looney (E), 1940            707
6. Randall Cunningham, 1985         81    6. James Joseph, 1991               135   7. Calvin Williams, 1990           602
7. Rick Arrington, 1970             73        Correll Buckhalter, 2001        129   8. Reggie Brown, 2005              571
    Red Kirkman, 1933               73    8. Clarence Peaks, 1957             125   9. Victor Bailey, 1993             545
9. Emmett Mortell, 1937             71    9. Mike Hogan, 1976                 123   10. Bobby Walston (E), 1951        512
10. Sonny Jurgensen, 1957           70    10. Leroy Keys, 1969                121
                                                                                    MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Season
MOST COMPLETIONS, Season                  MOST YARDS, Season                        1. Calvin Williams, 1990             9
1. John Reaves, 1972               108    1. LeSean McCoy, 2009               637   2. Fred Barnett, 1990                8
2. Donovan McNabb, 1999            106    2. Correll Buckhalter, 2001         586      Bobby Walston (E), 1951           8
3. Davey O'Brien, 1939              99    3. Keith Byars (FB) 1986            577   4. Pete Pihos (E), 1947              7
4. Mike Boryla, 1974                60    4. Po James (FB), 1972              565   5. Keith Jackson (TE), 1988          6
5. Rick Arrington, 1970             37    5. Mike Hogan (FB), 1976            561      Charle Young (TE), 1973           6
6. Randall Cunningham, 1985         34    6. Billy Barnes, 1957               529   7. Hal Giancanelli (B), 1953         5
7. Sonny Jurgensen, 1957            33    7. Clarence Peaks, 1957             495   8. Jeremy Maclin (WR), 2009          4
8. Brad Goebel, 1991                30    8. Steve Van Buren, 1944            444      Reggie Brown (WR), 2005           4
9. Foster Watkins, 1940             28    9. James Joseph, 1991               440      Many others                       4
10. Red Kirkman, 1933               22    10. Don Johnson, 1953               439
                                                                                    TOTAL OFFENSE
MOST YARDS, Season                        MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Season
1. John Reaves, 1972             1,508    1. Steve Van Buren, 1944              5   MOST SCRIMMAGE YARDS, Season
2. Davey O'Brien, 1939           1,324       Don Johnson, 1953                  5   1. DeSean Jackson (WR), 2008      1,008
3. Donovan McNabb, 1999            948    3. LeSean McCoy, 2009                 4   2. LeSean McCoy (RB), 2009          945
4. Mike Boryla,1974                580       Ken Keller, 1956                   4   3. Charle Young (TE), 1973          878
5. Foster Watkins, 1940            565       Mel Bleeker , 1944                 4   4. Keith Jackson (TE), 1988         869
6. Randall Cunningham, 1985        548       Jim Castiglia (FB), 1941           4   5. Lee Bouggess, 1970               802
7. Sonny Jurgensen, 1957           470    7. Ryan Moats, 2005                   3   6. Jeremy Maclin (WR), 2009         766
8. Red Kirkman, 1933               354       Charlie Garner, 1994               3   7. Billy Barnes (RB), 1957          741
9. Dave Smukler, 1936              345       Vaughn Hebron, 1993                3   8. Fred Barnett (WR), 1990          734
10. Rick Arrington, 1970           328       Many others                        3   9. Po James (FB), 1972              721
                                                                                    10. Correll Buckhalter (RB), 2001   716
MOST TD PASSES, Season                    RECEIVING
1. Donovan McNabb, 1999              8                                              MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Season
2. John Reaves, 1972                 7    MOST RECEPTIONS, Season                   1. Calvin Williams (WR), 1990        9
3. Davey O'Brien, 1939               6    1. Keith Jackson (TE), 1988         81    2. Fred Barnett (WR), 2990           8
4. Mike Boryla, 1974                 5    2. DeSean Jackson, 2008             62       Mel Bleeker (RB), 1944            8
   Sonny Jurgensen, 1957             5    3. Don Looney (E), 1940             58       Pete Pihos (E), 1947              8
                                          4. Jeremy Maclin, 2009              56       Bobby Walston (E), 1951           8
BEST COMP. PCT., SEASON (min. 75 atts.)   5. Charle Young (TE), 1973          55    6. Don Johnson (RB), 1953            7
1. Mike Boryla, 1974              58.8    6. Lee Bouggess (RB), 1970          50       Steve Van Buren (RB), 1944        7
2. Davey O'Brien, 1939            49.3    7. Reggie Brown, 2005               43       Charle Young (TE), 1973           7
3. Donovan McNabb, 1999           49.1    8. Victor Bailey, 1993              41    9. Hal Giancanelli (B), 1953         6
4. John Reaves, 1972              48.2        Junior Tautalasati (RB), 1986   41       Keith Jackson (TE), 1988          6
5. Randall Cunningham, 1985       42.0    10. LeSean McCoy (RB), 2009         40

BEST QB RATING, SEASON (min. 75 atts.)
1. Mike Boryla, 1974             78.9
2. Donovan McNabb, 1999          60.1
3. John Reaves, 1972             58.4
4. Foster Watkins, 1940          46.4
5. Davey O’Brien, 1939           45.3
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SACKS                                                                                    KICKING
                                              BEST PUNT RETURN AVERAGE, Season
MOST SACKS, Season                            1. Pat McHugh, 1947, 10            15.69   MOST FIELD GOALS MADE, Season
1. Corey Simon (DT), 2000               9.5   2. Steve Van Buren, 1944, 15       15.33   1. Paul McFadden, 1984           30
2. Derrick Burgess (DE), 2001           6.0   3. Dexter Wynn, 2004, 18           10.78   2. Alex Henery, 2011             24
3. Mike Mamula (DE), 1995               5.5   4. Don Stevens, 1952, 16           10.75   3. Tony Franklin, 1979           23
4. Trent Cole (DE), 2005                5.0   5. Jorrick Calvin, 2010, 12        10.42   4. Mark Moseley, 1970            14
5. Jerome Brown (DT), 1987              4.0   6. Ken Keller, 1956, 15             9.73   5. Dick Bielski, 1955             9
6. Mike Patterson (DT), 2005            3.5   7. Bosh Pritchard, 1942, 11         9.73
7. Brandon Graham (DE), 2010            3.0   8. DeSean Jackson, 2008, 50         8.80   MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS, Season
8. Nate Allen (S), 2010                 2.0   9. Allen Rossum, 1998, 22           8.50   1. Paul McFadden, 1984          37
    Seth Joyner (LB), 1986              2.0   10. Art Powell, 1959, 15            8.27   2. Tony Franklin, 1979          31
    Clyde Simmons (DE), 1986            2.0   *-min. 10 atts.             *-since 1941   3. Alex Henery, 2011            27
    William Thomas (LB), 1991           2.0                                              4. Mark Moseley, 1970           25
*-Since 1982                                                                             5. Dick Bielski, 1955           23
                                              KICKOFF RETURNS
                                                                                         BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE, Season
INTERCEPTIONS                                 MOST KICKOFF RETURNS, Season
                                                                                         1. Alex Henery, 2011, 24-27   88.9
                                              1. Quintin Demps, 2008               52
MOST INTERCEPTIONS, Season                                                               2. Paul McFadden, 1984, 30-37 81.1
                                              2. Herman Hunter, 1985               48
1. Bibbles Bawel (B), 1952               8                                               3. Tony Franklin, 1979, 23-31 74.2
                                              3. Duce Staley, 1997                 47
    Tom Brookshier (DB), 1953            8                                               4. Mark Moseley, 1970, 14-25  56.0
                                              4. Allen Rossum, 1998                44
3. Herman Edwards (DB), 1977             6                                               5. Bobby Walston, 1951, 6-11  54.5
                                              5. J.R. Reed, 2004                   33
4. Eric Allen (DB), 1988                 5    6. Jorrick Calvin, 2010              32
    Randy Logan (S), 1973                5                                               MOST KICKING POINTS, Season
                                              7. Billy Walik, 1970                 32    1. Alex Henery, 2011             118
    Jerry Norton (DB), 1954              5    8. Dion Lewis, 2011                  31
    Steve Van Buren (B), 1944            5                                               2. Paul McFadden, 1984           116
                                              9. Ted Dean, 1960                    26    3. Tony Franklin, 1979           105
8. Brenard Wilson (S), 1979              4       Al Nelson, 1965                   26
    Roynell Young (CB)                   4                                               4. Mark Moseley, 1970             67
                                                                                         5. Dick Bielski, 1955             50
10. Nate Allen (S), 2010, others with    3    MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDS, Season
*-Since 1940                                  1. Quintin Demps, 2008       1314             Mike Clark, 1963               50
                                              2. Duce Staley, 1997         1139
PUNT RETURNS                                  3. Allen Rossum, 1998        1080          PUNTING
                                              4. Herman Hunter, 1985       1047
                                                                                         MOST PUNTS, Season
MOST PUNT RETURNS, Season                     5. Billy Walik, 1970          805
                                                                                         1. John Teltschik, 1986          108
1. DeSean Jackson, 2008                 50    6. J.R. Reed, 2004            761
                                                                                         2. Tom Hutton, 1995               85
2. Evan Cooper, 1984                    40    7. Jorrick Calvin, 2010       692
3. Bibbles Bawel, 1952                  34    8. Al Nelson, 1965            683          3. Merritt Kersey, 1974           82
4. Bill Bradley, 1969                   28    9. Dion Lewis, 2011           669          4. Bill Bradley, 1969             74
5. Tommy McDonald, 1957                 26    10. Wilbert Montgomery, 1977  619             Max Runager, 1979              74
6. Allen Rossum, 1998                   22
7. Jerry Norton, 1954                   21    BEST KICKOFF RETURN AVG, Season            MOST PUNTING YARDS, Season
8. Bobby Morse, 1987                    20    1. Tommy McDonald, 1957, 11       27.64    1. John Teltschik, 1986         4493
    Billy Walik, 1970                   20    2. Israel Lang, 1964, 13          27.08    2. Tom Hutton, 1995             3682
10. Dexter Wynn, 2004                   18    3. Art Powell, 1959, 14           27.07    3. Sav Rocca, 2007              3066
                                              4. Don Stevens, 1952, 16          27.06    4. Merritt Kersey, 1974         2959
MOST PUNT RETURNS YARDS, Season               5. Wilbert Montgomery, 1977, 23 26.91      5. Bill Bradley, 1969           2942
1. DeSean Jackson, 2008       440             6. Al Nelson, 1965, 26            26.27
2. Bibbles Bawel, 1952        261             7. Quintin Demps, 2008, 52        25.27    BEST GROSS PUNTING AVERAGE, Season
3. Evan Cooper, 1984          250             8. Billy Walik, 1970, 32          25.16    1. Tom Hutton, 1995, 85      43.32
4. Steve Van Buren, 1944      230             9. Allen Rossum, 1998, 44         24.55    2. Chas Henry, 2011, 66      42.88
5. Dexter Wynn, 2004          194             10. Duce Staley, 1997, 47         24.23    3. Sav Rocca, 2007, 73       42.00
6. Allen Rossum, 1998         187             *-min. 10 atts.            *-since 1941    4. John Teltschik, 1986, 108 41.60
7. Ernie Steele, 1942         184                                                        5. Bill Bradley, 1969, 74    39.76
8. Bill Bradley, 1969         181
9. Don Stevens, 1952          172
10. Pat McHugh, 1947          156
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100-YARD RUSHING PERFORMANCES, ROOKIES                                               LONGEST KICKOFF RETURNS, ROOKIES
       PLAYER (GAME)                             DATE       YDS (ATT-LG-TD)                PLAYER                                   DATE                       YARDS
1.     Correll Buckhalter vs. Cardinals (L)      10/7/2001     134 (21-37-0)         1.    Quintin Demps at Ravens (L)              11/23/2008                   100t
2.     Steve Van Buren at Dodgers (W)            11/5/1944    129 (12-70t-2)         2.    Wilbert Montgomery vs. Giants (W)        12/11/1977                    99t
3.     Keith Byars vs. Cardinals (T) OT          12/7/1986     127 (24-32-0)         3.    Steve Van Buren vs. Giants (T)           11/12/1944                    97t
4.     Charlie Garner vs. Redskins (W)           10/9/1994     122 (28-12-0)         4.    Bosh Pritchard at Redskins (L)           11/1/1942                     97t
5.     Don Johnson at Giants (L)                 11/29/1953   121 (13-63t-1)         5.    Art Powell vs. Giants (W)                10/4/1959                      95
6.     Ryan Moats vs. Giants (L) OT              12/11/2005   114 (11-40t-2)         6.    Andre Waters vs. Redskins (W)            11/18/1984                    89t
7.     Charlie Garner at 49ers (W)               10/2/1994    111 (16-28t-2)         7.    Billy Walik at Packers (L)               10/25/1970                     82
8.     Toy Ledbetter at Colts (W)                10/15/1950    107 (23-14-1)         8.    Jim Castiglia vs. Redskins (L)           10/19/1941                     72
9.     Mike Hogan vs. Seahawks (W)               12/12/1976    104 (19-18-0)         9.    Al Nelson vs. Cardinals (W)              9/19/1965                      70
       Bosh Pritchard at Dodgers (W)             11/15/1942    104 (14-26-0)         10.   J.R. Reed vs. Panthers (W)               10/17/2004                     66
11.    Wilbert Montgomery vs. Jets (W)           12/18/1977    103 (22-27-2)
12.    Mike Hogan vs. Redskins (L) OT            9/27/1976     100 (22-32-0)         LONGEST PUNT RETURNS, ROOKIES
       Don Johnson vs. Colts (W)                 11/15/1953   100 (11-66t-2)               PLAYER                               DATE                           YARDS
                                                                                     1.    Clyde Scott at Steelers (W)          10/30/1949                        70t
100-YARD RECEIVING PERFORMANCES, ROOKIES                                             2.    Pat McHugh at Boston Yanks (L)       11/23/1947                        69t
       PLAYER (GAME)                             DATE           YDS (REC, TD)        3.    DeSean Jackson vs. Redskins (L)      10/5/2008                         68t
1.     Don Looney at Redskins (L)                12/1/1940         180 (14, 0)       4.    Bob Shann vs. Lions (L)              12/19/1965                        63t
2.     Hank Baskett vs. Falcons (W)              12/31/2006          177 (7, 1)      5.    Ernie Steele at NY Giants (L)        10/11/1942                         62
3.     Jeremy Maclin at Cowboys (L)              1/9/2010 - NFC-WC 146 (7,1)         6.    DeSean Jackson vs. Rams (W)          9/7/2008                           60
4.     Jeremy Maclin vs. Buccaneers (W)          10/11/2009          142 (6,2)       7.    Art Powell vs. Steelers (W)          10/11/1959                        58t
       Keith Jackson at Bears (L)                12/31/1988 - NFC-D 142 (7,0)        8.    Don Stevens vs. Redskins (W)         11/9/1952                         56t
6.     Don Looney at Rams (L)                    9/22/1940           129 (8, 2)      9.    Steve Van Buren vs. Boston Yanks (W) 10/22/1944                        55t
7.     Clyde Scott at Redskins (W)               11/13/1949          127 (4,1)       10.   Bibbles Bawel at Giants (W)          10/26/1952                        52t
8.     Herman Hunter vs. LA Rams (W)             10/13/1985          120 (6,1)
9.     Fred Meyer at Redskins (L)                11/1/1942           119 (4, 0)
10.    Bobby Walston at Giants (L)               10/21/1951          118 (6, 2)
11.    Don Looney at Packers (L)                 9/15/1940           115 (8, 1)
12.    Fred Barnett vs. Vikings (W)              10/15/1990          114 (4, 1)
13.    Charle Young (TE) at Cowboys (L)          11/18/1973          113 (4, 1)
14.    Charle Young (TE) at 49ers (L)            12/2/1973           112 (6, 1)
       Hank Baskett vs. Cowboys (W)              10/8/2006           112 (3, 1)
       Fred Barnett at Bills (L)                 12/2/1990           112 (2, 1)
17.    DeSean Jackson at Cowboys (L)             9/15/2008           110 (6, 0)
18.    Charle Young (TE) vs. Patriots (W)        11/4/1973           108 (8, 2)
       Fred Barnett vs. Packers (W)              12/16/1990          108 (5, 0)
       Pete Pihos vs. Packers (W)                12/14/1947          108 (4, 1)
21.    DeSean Jackson vs. Rams (W)               9/7/2008            106 (6, 0)
22.    Charle Young (TE) at Redskins (L)         12/16/1973          104 (5, 1)

LONGEST RUSHING TDs, ROOKIES                                                         LONGEST RECEIVING TDs, ROOKIES
      PLAYER (GAME)                                                      YARDS          PLAYER (GAME)                                                        YARDS
1.    Herman Hunter (11/24/1985 at Cowboys) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74t           1. Fred Barnett (12/2/1990 at Bills) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95t
2.    John Brewer (10/04/1952 vs. Giants) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71t     2. Hank Baskett (12/31/2006 vs. Falcons) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89t
3.    Steve Van Buren (11/05/1944 at Dodgers) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70t         3. Hank Baskett (10/8/2006 vs. Cowboys) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87t
      John Kusko (11/22/1936 vs. Bears) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70t   4. Kenny Jackson (10/21/1984 vs. NY Giants) . . . . . . . . . . . . .83t
5.    LeSean McCoy (11/1/2009 vs. Giants) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66t     5. Charle Young (11/18/1973 at Cowboys) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80t
      Don Johnson (11/15/1953 vs. Colts) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66t    6. Mel Bleeker (10/22/1944 vs. Boston Yanks) . . . . . . . . . . . . .75t
7.    Don Johnson (11/29/1953 at Giants) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63t    7. Glen Young (11/6/1983 vs. Cowboys) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71t
8.    Ryan Moats (12/18/2005 at Rams) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59t     8. Clyde Scott (11/13/1949 at Redskins) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70t
9.    Ken Keller (10/14/1956 at Steelers) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51t
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Date       Player/Opponent/Result           Att-Cmp-Yd-TD-I    11/2/03    Donovan McNabb at Falcons (W)      33-21-312-1-0
10/14/12   Michael Vick vs. Lions (L)          46-28-311-2-2   9/9/01     Donovan McNabb vs. Rams (L)        48-32-312-2-1
9/16/12    Michael Vick vs. Ravens (W)         32-23-371-1-2   12/10/00   Donovan McNabb at Browns (W)       36-23-390-4-0
9/9/12     Michael Vick at Browns (W)          56-29-317-2-4   10/1/00    Donovan McNabb vs. Falcons (W)     44-30-311-2-1
1/1/12     Michael Vick vs. Redskins (W)       39-24-335-3-1   11/30/97   Bobby Hoying vs. Bengals (W)       42-26-313-4-1
11/27/11   Vince Young vs. Patriots (L)        48-26-400-1-1   11/24/96   Ty Detmer at Cardinals (L)         38-21-322-0-1
10/9/11    Michael Vick at Bills (L)           40-26-315-2-4   11/10/96   Ty Detmer vs. Bills (L)            44-26-315-2-1
10/2/11    Michael Vick vs. 49ers (L)          46-30-416-2-1   10/27/96   Ty Detmer vs. Panthers (W)         38-23-342-1-1
12/2/10    Michael Vick vs. Texans (W)         33-22-302-2-1   12/24/94   Bubby Brister at Bengals (L)       37-26-325-1-0
11/28/10   Michael Vick at Bears (L)           44-29-333-2-1   12/4/94    R. Cunningham vs. Cowboys (L)      46-29-327-2-1
11/15/10   Michael Vick at Redskins (W)        28-20-333-4-0   10/24/94   R. Cunningham vs. Oilers (W)       24-13-310-2-1
10/17/10   Kevin Kolb vs. Falcons (W)          29-23-326-3-1   9/12/94    R. Cunningham vs. Bears (W)        36-24-311-3-0
12/27/09   Donovan McNabb vs. Broncos (W)      35-20-322-3-1   9/4/94     R. Cunningham at Giants (L)        39-20-344-2-0
12/20/09   Donovan McNabb vs. 49ers (W)        36-21-306-1-2   1/3/94     Bubby Brister at 49ers (W) OT      43-26-350-3-1
11/15/09   Donovan McNabb at Chargers (L)      55-35-450-2-1   9/19/93    R. Cunningham vs. Redskins (W)     39-25-360-3-2
9/27/09    Kevin Kolb vs. Chiefs (W)           34-24-327-2-0   12/13/92   R. Cunningham at Seahawks (W) OT   44-27-365-0-1
9/20/09    Kevin Kolb vs. Saints (L)           51-31-391-2-3   11/10/91   Jim McMahon at Browns (W)          43-26-341-3-1
1/18/09    Donovan McNabb at Cardinals (L)     47-28-375-3-1   12/18/89   R. Cunningham at Saints (L)        39-19-306-2-2
1/4/09     Donovan McNabb at Vikings (W)       34-23-300-1-1   10/2/89    R. Cunningham at Bears (L)         62-32-401-1-4
11/16/08   Donovan NcNabb at Bengals (T) OT    58-28-339-1-3   9/17/89    R. Cunningham at Redskins (W)      46-34-447-5-1
11/2/08    Donovan McNabb at Seahawks (W)      43-28-349-2-1   12/31/88   R. Cunningham at Bears (L)         54-27-407-0-3
9/7/08     Donovan McNabb vs. Rams (W)         33-21-361-3-0   11/6/88    R. Cunningham vs. Rams (W)         39-22-323-3-0
12/30/07   Donovan McNabb vs. Bills (W)        41-29-345-1-1   10/10/88   R. Cunningham vs. Giants (W)       41-31-369-3-0
11/25/07   A.J. Feeley at Patriots (L)         42-27-345-3-3   11/29/87   R. Cunningham at Patriots (W) OT   31-18-314-2-1
10/28/07   Donovan McNabb at Vikings (W)       36-23-333-1-0   10/11/87   Scott Tinsley at Cowboys (L)       34-24-338-3-0
9/23/07    Donovan McNabb vs. Lions (W)        26-21-381-4-0   12/15/85   Ron Jaworski at Chargers (L)       48-29-334-1-3
12/31/06   A.J. Feeley vs. Falcons (W)         33-22-321-3-0   12/1/85    Ron Jaworski vs. Vikings (L)       42-23-320-2-1
12/4/06    Jeff Garcia vs. Panthers (W)        39-21-312-3-0   11/3/85    Ron Jaworski at 49ers (L)          48-24-394-1-3
10/22/06   Donovan McNabb at Buccaneers (L)    35-22-302-3-3   10/20/85   Ron Jaworski vs. Cowboys (W)       35-22-380-1-0
10/8/06    Donovan McNabb vs Cowboys (W)       33-18-354-2-0   12/16/84   Joe Pisarcik at Falcons (L)        46-24-334-1-0
9/17/06    Donovan McNabb vs. Giants (L) OT    45-27-350-2-0   10/28/84   Ron Jaworski vs. Cardinals (L)     38-22-340-2-3
9/10/06    Donovan McNabb at Texans (W)        35-24-314-3-1   11/27/83   Ron Jaworski at Redskins (L)       36-19-333-3-1
11/6/05    Donovan McNabb at Redskins (L)      35-22-304-1-1   9/11/83    Ron Jaworski vs. Redskins (L)      37-24-326-1-2
10/2/05    Donovan McNabb at Chiefs (W)        48-33-369-3-1   9/19/82    Ron Jaworski at Browns (W)         41-25-334-2-1
9/25/05    Donovan McNabb vs. Raiders (W)      52-30-365-2-1   9/12/82    Ron Jaworski vs. Redskins (L) OT   38-27-371-2-0
9/18/05    Donovan McNabb vs. 49ers (W)        29-23-342-5-0   10/18/81   Ron Jaworski at Vikings (L)        44-29-330-2-2
2/6/05     Donovan McNabb vs. Patriots (L)     51-30-357-3-3   12/21/80   Ron Jaworski at Cowboys (L)        30-18-331-1-0
12/5/04    Donovan McNabb vs. Packers (W)      43-32-464-5-0   11/9/80    Ron Jaworski at Saints (W)         32-21-323-3-0
11/15/04   Donovan McNabb at Cowboys (W)       27-15-345-4-0   12/16/73   Roman Gabriel at Redskins (L)      39-22-302-1-1
10/24/04   Donovan McNabb at Browns (W) OT     43-28-376-4-1   12/2/73    Roman Gabriel at 49ers (L)         55-28-322-2-1
9/26/04    Donovan McNabb at Lions (W)         42-29-356-2-0   10/14/73   Roman Gabriel at Cardinals (W)     45-29-379-3-0
9/12/04    Donovan McNabb vs. Giants (W)       36-26-330-4-0   9/19/71    Pete Liske at Bengals (L)          40-20-301-2-3
11/16/03   Donovan McNabb vs. Giants (W)       30-24-314-2-0   9/28/69    Norm Snead vs. Steelers (W)        30-22-335-5-1
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11/19/67   Norm Snead vs. Saints (W)              27-19-309-4-2
10/22/67   Norm Snead at Cardinals (L)            32-16-321-2-2
                                                                        MOST 300-YARD PASSING GAMES, Career
9/17/67    Norm Snead vs. Redskins (W)            27-18-301-2-0         1.   Donovan McNabb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
12/5/65    Norm Snead vs. Cowboys (L)             43-20-320-0-1         2.   Randall Cunningham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
11/14/65   Norm Snead vs. Redskins (W)            28-21-311-0-1         3.   Ron Jaworski . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
11/7/65    Norm Snead at Browns (L)               36-18-362-3-2         4.   Sonny Jurgensen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
10/17/65   King Hill at Giants (L)                41-23-321-3-4         5.   Michael Vick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
12/13/64   Norm Snead at Cardinals (L)            31-15-301-3-2              includes playoff games
10/13/63   Sonny Jurgensen at Redskins (W)        29-17-315-4-2
9/15/63    Sonny Jurgensen vs. Steelers (T)       26-16-322-3-2         MOST 400-YARD PASSING GAMES, Career
12/16/62   Sonny Jurgensen at Cardinals (L)       34-15-419-5-3         1t. Randall Cunningham and Sonny Jurgensen . . . . . . .3
11/25/62   Sonny Jurgensen vs. Cowboys (W)        21-13-342-1-2         3. Donovan McNabb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
9/23/62    Sonny Jurgensen vs. Giants (L)         57-33-396-1-3         4. Michael Vick, Vince Young, Bobby Thomason . . . . . .1
12/17/61   Sonny Jurgensen at Lions (W)           42-27-403-3-2
12/10/61   Sonny Jurgensen vs. Giants (L)         31-16-367-3-2         MOST 300-YARD PASSING GAMES, Season
11/26/61   Sonny Jurgensen vs. Cowboys (W)        23-16-351-5-2         1. Donovan McNabb (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
10/29/61   Sonny Jurgensen at Redskins (W)        41-27-436-3-2            Sonny Jurgensen (1961) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
10/1/61    Sonny Jurgensen vs. Cardinals (L)      36-24-399-3-2         3. Donovan McNabb (2006 and 2005) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
11/16/58   Norm Van Brocklin vs. Cardinals(W)     29-19-318-2-1            Randall Cunningham (1994) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
10/1/55    Bobby Thomason vs. Redskins (L)        37-25-349-4-0            Ron Jaworski (1985) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
11/28/54   Adrian Burk vs. Redskins (W)           28-17-345-5-1            regular season only
12/13/53   Bobby Thomason vs. Browns (W)          35-23-331-3-0
11/15/53   Bobby Thomason vs. Colts (W)           37-18-329-3-5
11/8/53    Bobby Thomason vs. Giants (W)          44-22-437-4-1
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