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CORLEY ADDED TO PENN STATE FOOTBALL STAFF

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David Corley joins staff as running backs coach after stint at Army

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.; January 12, 2018 – Penn State Football Coach James Franklin announced today the addition of David Corley to the staff as the running backs coach. Corley most recently served as the wide receivers coach at Army and coached the running backs at two prior stops.


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EAGLES FOCUSED ON FALCONS, NOT BETTING LINES

Al Thompson

There are no shortages of scenarios, strategies, advise or predictions out there when it comes the Eagles and their quest to beat the odds and find a way to win two playoff games and get to Super Bowl 52 in Minneapolis three weeks from now. The Eagles started the season as an eight-cylinder engine, flying […]


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BARNETT, EAGLES WON’T LET WEATHER, OUTSIDE NOISE AFFECT THEIR CONFIDENCE

Al Thompson

On Thursday January 4, 2018, the Delaware Valley from west of Philadelphia to the South Jersey shore was hit with a severe winter storm. Weathermen nicknamed the tempest a “Cyclone Bomb.” The snow, high winds and near zero temperatures made any outdoor activity impossible. Schools and banks were closed, many businesses didn’t open or made […]


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DR. NGUYEN SAYS HEART, GRIT AND HONESTY EQUAL TRUST WITH HIS PATIENTS

Al Thompson

The high school football player turned orthopedic surgeon believes great doctor-patient-relationships are key to successful surgeries.
Talk to many orthopedic surgeons and in many cases you’ll find that at some point he or she was playing sports, got injured and became inspired to enter into orthopedics during their recovery.
That was not the case of Dr. Khoa Nguyen, an orthopedic surgeon with Burlington County Orthopaedic Specialists in Mt. Laurel, NJ although he was a pretty good high school football player back in his teenage days between 1998-2002 in North Carolina. 


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PEDERSON LOOKS FOR ANSWERS TO UNLOCKING A PLAYOFF OFFENSE

Al Thompson

Doug Pederson will face the biggest challenge of his coaching career over the next eight days as he tries to squeeze two NFC victories out of a team that has been crippled by injuries from their future Hall of Fame left tackle, two special teams players and starting middle linebacker to their MVP candidate quarterback […]


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CAN EAGLES WIN A TITLE WITH NICK FOLES? WE’RE GOING TO FIND OUT

Brian Baldinger

On the Sunday night after the Eagles victory in the LA Memorial Coliseum versus the LA Rams to go to 11-2 and clinch the NFC EAST Crown, I boarded a flight from LA back to Philadelphia on the dreaded red-eye. I was in LA to announce the other LA team’s game, the Chargers. The flight […]


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EAGLES FANS SHOULD RELAX OVER WORRIES ABOUT FOLES

Al Thompson

It may be time for Eagles fans to pump the breaks on what appears to be a down-trending attitude towards Eagles starting quarterback Nick Foles. Foles has played nine meaningful quarters of football since he took over for MVP candidate Carson Wentz, who tore the ACL of his left knee in the third quarter of […]


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EAGLES TRYING NOT TO LOOK AT COWBOYS GAME AS A SCRIMMAGE, BUT IN THE END, THAT’S WHAT IT IS

Al Thompson

Talk to any fan or observer and you’ll get the same response. The Eagles last regular season game against the Dallas Cowboys Sunday (1:00 PM, FOX) is “meaningless.” The Eagles have clinched the No. 1 overall seed in the upcoming NFC playoffs and the Cowboys were eliminated after their loss to the Seattle Seahawks last […]


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EAGLES LOOK TO GET OFFENSE BACK ON TRACK AGAINST DALLAS, ALSHON NEEDS A LITTLE LOVE TOO

Al Thompson

Alshon Jeffery didn’t catch pass or even targeted during the Eagles 19-10 win over the Oakland Raiders last week, Quarterback Nick Foles made a commitment to correct that this Sunday against Dallas.
Foles said this week, “Even when he is covered he is not covered. That’s something that I will move forward with.”


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EAGLES WIN UGLY, CLINCH NO. 1 SEED IN PLAYOFFS

Al Thompson

It’s a good thing for the Eagles there are no style points in football. The Eagles survived an ugly, physical game against an Oakland Raiders team that showed up to play by the score of 19-10 at windy, frigid Lincoln Financial Field Christmas night. The victory secured the No. 1 seed in the upcoming NFC […]


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