EAGLES DT FLETCHER COX PRESS CONFERENCE JUNE 16, 2016

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DT Fletcher Cox no. 91 runs down a ballcarrier last season during a game against the NY Giants. 
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First and foremost, I would like to thank [Eagles Chairman/CEO] Mr. [Jeffrey] Lurie, [Eagles Executive Vice President of Football Operations] Howie Roseman, [Eagles Head Coach] Doug Pederson and [Eagles President] Don Smolenski for getting everything done.


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EAGLES EAGLES EXECUTIVE VP OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS HOWIE ROSEMAN PRESS CONFERENCE JUNE 16, 2016

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Cox has played and started all but one game for the Birds and has strung together 49 consecutive starts (including postseason) over the last three seasons.
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“Thank you guys for coming in today. I know this is a time of year you guys are normally with your families. Appreciate that. First want to congratulate Fletcher Cox. Really excited to have him here in Philadelphia for a long period of time.


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SOUL CRUSH KISS 73-37 AT SUN CENTER IN TRENTON

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WR Darius Reynolds  hauls in one of his ten receptions for 141 yards and three touchdowns. Photo by Todd Bauders /contrastphotography.com

By SPENCER GROSSINGER
The alternative home arena in Trenton took some time breaking in, but after an hour of mediocre football, the Soul flexed their muscles en route to a 73-37 thrashing of the LA Kiss.
The Soul defense allowed the LA kiss to score on three out of their first 4 drives, however after the Soul misfired on an outside kick, LA obtained the ball down by three points inside the Soul’s five yard line.


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PHILADELPHIA EAGLES AND DT FLETCHER COX AGREE TO TERMS ON SIX-YEAR CONTRACT EXTENSION

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Cox has played and started all but one game for the Birds and has strung together 49 consecutive starts (including postseason) over the last three seasons.
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Philadelphia Eagles defensive lineman Fletcher Cox just reset the market. Cox got a six-year, $103 million contract with $63 million guaranteed, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. That’s historic; it’s the most guaranteed money for any non-quarterback in NFL history.


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FOOTBALL GAME TIMES ANNOUNCED FOR KENT STATE AND TEMPLE

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Temple QB no. 5 P J Walker attempts to make a play last year in what can only be described as a lobsided win win for the Owls. 
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Nittany Lions open the 2016 season against the Flashes Sept. 3 at 3:30 p.m. and host the Owls Sept. 17 at noon


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EAGLES HEAD COACH DOUG PEDERSON’S PRESS CONFERENCE, JUNE 7, 2016

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Eagles head coach Doug Pederson. 
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Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson Press Conference June 7, 2016. Pederson discusses the return of defensive tackle Fletcher Cox and running back Darren Sproles. Plus the quarterback situation and more.


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DR. McMILLAN IS LIVING HIS DREAM AS AN ORTHOPEDIC SPORTS MEDICINE SPECIALISTS

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Dr. Sean McMillan's passion for Orthopedics and Sports Medicine started during his youth when he developed a love of sports and a desire to make it his life's work. Photo by Al Thompson.

Dr. McMillan is an orthopedic sports medicine specialist, and one of the nation’s few doctors performing reverse total shoulder replacement surgery. He is Fellowship-trained in arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder, hip, and knee.
Dr. McMillan is the Chief of Orthopedics and Director of Orthopedic Sports Medicine at Lourdes Medical Center of Burlington County.
Additionally, he is an assistant professor of orthopedic surgery at Rowan University- School of Osteopathic Medicine (RU-SOM).
A shorter version of all those credentials might read: Dr. McMillan loves sports and treating people passionately and wanted to make an impact in athletics and treatment from an early age.


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GIANT’S NOTEBOOK

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Jason Pierre-Paul will have a much less cumbersome devise on his hand for next season. Photo by contrastphotography.com

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – There’s an old saying that normal is a setting on a dryer, which might help explain why Jason Pierre-Paul seems indifferent to returning there.


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PENN STATE’S MORETT-CURTISS AND FAYAK ELECTED TO PENNSYLVANIA SPORTS HALL OF FAME

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Penn State field hockey All-American and coach and football standout kicker will be inducted on Saturday, Oct. 22 ceremony


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ELI APPLE – AND HIS MOM – GET THINGS STARTED WITH BIG BLUE

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Eli Apple talks after his first OTA practice as a Giant at the Quest Practice Facility in East Rutherford, NJ. Photo by Al Thompson

Certainly Eli Apple’s upbringing and overall maturity was certainly attractive enough for Big Blue to pick him at a spot that many observers thought was a little early for the 6-foot-1, 198-pounder.
Teams today are so concerned about character and stability that when a talented player like Apple who has grasped the right values and common sense, you take him. The Giants did that with Apple


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