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The Eagles close out their 2009 regular season when they make
their first visit to Cowboys Stadium to face division rival Dallas for
the NFC East title. A win for the Eagles would also secure the sec-
ond seed in the NFC Playoff field and a first round bye. Sunday’s
contest also features a rematch of the 2008 season finale, a 44-6
Eagles win that precipitated an NFC Championship berth after fin-
ishing the regular season 9-6-1. Since 1999, the Eagles are 15-4
against NFC East opponents in December, including 6-1 against
Dallas.
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The Eagles enter their 2009 season fi-
nale riding a six game winning streak,
the second longest active winning
streak in the NFL.
• The Eagles longest winning streak
to close out the regular season was
8 in 1949
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FOX
Play-by-Play:
Joe Buck
Color Analyst:
Troy Aikman
Sideline Reporter
Pam Oliver
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WYSP-FM (94.1)
WIP-AM (610)
Play-by-Play:
Merrill Reese
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PRESEASON (1-3)
Day Date Opponent Time
Thursday August 13 New England L, 25-27
Thursday August 20 at Indianapolis L, 15-23
Thursday August 27 Jacksonville W, 33-32
Thursday September 3 at NY Jets L, 27-38
REGULAR SEASON (11-4)
Day Date Opponent Time
Sunday September 13 at Carolina W, 38-10
Sunday September 20 New Orleans L, 22-48
Sunday September 27 Kansas City W, 34-14
Sunday October 4 BYE
Sunday October 11 Tampa Bay W, 33-14
Sunday October 18 at Oakland L, 9-13
Monday October 26 at Washington W, 27-17
Sunday November 1 NY Giants W, 40-17
Sunday November 8 Dallas L, 16-20
Sunday November 15 at San Diego L, 23-31
Sunday November 22 at Chicago W, 24-20
Sunday November 29 Washington W, 27-24
Sunday December 6 at Atlanta W, 34-7
Sunday December 13 at NY Giants W, 45-38
Sunday December 20 San Francisco W, 27-13
Sunday December 27 Denver W, 30-27
Sunday January 3 at Dallas 4:15 PM
POSTSEASON
Day Date Opponent Time
Sat/Sun January 9-10 Wild Card Playoff TBA
Sat/Sun January 16-17 Divisional Playoff TBA
Sunday January 24 NFC Championship TBA
Sunday January 31 Pro Bowl (Miami) TBA
Sunday February 7 Super Bowl XLIV (Miami) TBA
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Under Andy Reid’s guidance the Eagles
have been one of the strongest teams at
the end of the season, often parlaying De-
cember wins into deep playoff runs in Jan-
uary.
• Since 2006, the Eagles own the third best
record in the NFL in December and Jan-
uary, going 18-5 (.783) during that span
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Year Record
2009 4-0
2008 5-2
2007 3-2
2006 6-1
Total 18-5
including playoffs
DECEMBER/JANUARY
RECORDS SINCE 2006
Team Wins
San Diego 10
Philadelphia 6
Three teams tie with 3
ACTIVE WINNING STREAKS
OPPONENT INFORMATION
Andy Reid is in his 11th season with the Eagles and has been one
of the most successful head coaches in the NFL during that span.
Reid has recorded the highest win total and percentage in team his-
tory and also ranks 13th on the NFL’s all-time win percentage list.
During his tenure, Reid has earned NFL coach of the year honors
twice (2000, 2002) and compiled the best win total (118), and play-
off victory total (10) in team history ... Has captured five division ti-
tles, five trips to the NFC Championship game, and a Super Bowl
appearance (2004) ... Since he was hired in 1999, no other franchise
has earned more divisional (7) or championship (5) playoff round
appearances than Philadelphia ... Among coaches with 100 games
under their belt, Reid’s .620 winning percentage is 2nd among ac-
tive coaches ... With 10 seasons under his belt in Philadelphia, Reid
trails only Tennessee’s Jeff Fisher (16) for NFL head coaching
tenure with the same team.
Wade Phillips is in his 3rd year as the Cowboys head coach. He has
produced a 80-54 career regular season record (32-15 in Dallas),
leading his teams to five playoff appearances (two with Dallas).
Phillips has only one non-winning season as a head coach. His .597
winning percentage in the regular season ranks third-best among
active head coaches with five or more years of head coaching ex-
perience.
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Andy Reid Wade Phillips
108-66-1 (.620) Regular Season Record (pct.) 80-54 (.597)
10-7 Playoff Record 0-4
11th Year as head coach with team 3rd
11th Year as NFL head coach 8th
HEAD-TO-HEAD
EAGLES (NFL Rank) COWBOYS (NFL Rank)
28.6 (3rd) Points Per Game 22.5 (t-14th)
366.5 (10th) Total Offense 394.4 (3rd)
106.7 (21st) Rushing Offense 128.3 (8th)
259.9 (9th) Passing Offense 266.1 (6th)
20.9 (t-16th) Points Allowed Per Game 16.7 (3rd)
310.9 (7th) Total Defense 322.4 (3rd)
99.7 (8th) Rushing Defense 94.1 (5th)
211.1 (13th) Passing Defense 228.3 (21st)
36.9 (19th) 3rd Down Offense % 40.7 (14th)
32.7 (t-1st) 3rd Down Defense % 35.6 (8th)
+15 (2nd) Turnover Ratio +6 (t-14th)
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Coaches Corner: Eagles head coach Andy Reid was the offensive
line coach for UTEP from 1987-88. Eagles offensive line coach Juan
Castillo played linebacker for Texas A&I from 1978-80 and for the
San Antonio Gunslingers of the USFL from 1984-85. He then went
on to coach the offensive line at Texas A&M-Kingsville from 1990-
94 before arriving in Philadelphia in 1995. Eagles wide receivers
coach David Culley was the offensive coordinator, running backs
and wide receivers coach for UTEP from 1989-90 and the wide re-
ceivers coach for Texas A&M from 1991-93. Dallas head coach Wade
Phillips was the defensive coordinator for the Eagles from 1986-88.
Texas Ties: Eagles LS Jon Dorenbos played for UTEP from 1999-02.
QB Kevin Kolb played for the University of Houston from 2003-06. S
Quintin Demps played for UTEP from 2004-07 and is from San An-
tonio, TX. DE Juqua Parker lives in Houston during the offseason
and played for Aldine HS. CB Joselio Hanson played for Texas Tech
from 1999-2002. T Jason Peters is from Queen City, TX.
Philly Roots: Dallas offensive coordinator Jason Garrett was born in
Abington, PA and Dallas tight ends coach John Garrett was born in
Danville, PA
Super Steelers: Culley and Dallas wide receivers coach Ray Sher-
man played together for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1998.
College Teammates: Dallas offensive assistant/quality control
coach Wesley Phillips played with Dorenbos at UTEP from 1999-01.
Cowboys LS L.P. Ladouceur played at CAL with WR DeSean Jack-
son.
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SERIES HIGHLIGHTS
• Overall Series: Cowboys lead 56-44
• Current Streak: Eagles have won five of the last seven
• Reid on the road: 52-34-1 (regular season)
• Reid vs. Cowboys: 14-7 (regular season)
• Reid vs. Cowboys on the road: 6-4 (regular season)
• Reid vs. Phillips: 2-4 (regular season)
• Reid vs. the NFC: 85-47
• Reid vs. NFC East: 39-26 (20-12 on the road)
• First matchup: 9/30/60 - a 27-25 Eagles win at Dal.
• Last matchup: 11/08/09 - a 20-16 Dallas win in Philadelphia
Under Andy Reid the Eagles have
consistently been one of the top
teams in the NFC East. Since Reid
was named head coach the Eagles
have claimed five NFC East titles
and earned seven total playoff
births. Reid has compiled a 39-26
overall record against divisional
foes including a 20-12 record on the road.
Much of that success has been a result of the Eagles ability to win
in November and December.
• Since 2000, they are 26-12 against the NFC East during the final
two months of the season and own the NFL’s third best record at
59-25-1 (.700)
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Opponent Record
Dallas 14-7
NY Giants 13-12
Washington 14-8
ANDY REID VS. NFC EAST
REGULAR AND POSTSEASON
Combined Record in Nov. Record in Dec.
Phi. 26-12 11-8 15-5
NYG 19-16 7-4 12-12
Dal. 18-20 10-6 9-14
Was. 12-26 3-12 9-14
Note: Records include only games played between current NFC East
teams
NFC EAST RECORDS AGAINST DIVISIONAL FOES SINCE 2000
IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER
PLAYER HIGHLIGHTS VS. COWBOYS
• Has an 11-7 career record against the Cowboys, with 207.1 pass-
ing yards/game and 26 TDs
• 10/8/06 - threw for 354 yards and 2 TDs (112.4 QB rtg.)
• 11/15/04 - threw for 345 yards and 4 TDs (140.0 QB rtg.)
• 9/22/02 - named NFC offensive POW after throwing for 287 yards
and accounting for 4 TDs (3 passing and 1 rushing)
• Scored his first-career rushing TD at Dal. (9/3/00)
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Date H/A W/L Att Cmp Pct Yds TD INT Sk/Yd Rtg.
12/12/99 A L 17 7 41.2 49 0 1 3/14 24.4
9/3/00 A W 28 16 57.1 130 1 2 1/11 51.2
11/5/00 H W 41 23 56.1 228 1 2 0/0 59.8
9/30/01 H W 28 14 50.0 162 3 0 2/17 103.6
11/18/01 A W 32 16 50.0 129 1 1 0/0 57.9
9/22/02 H W 37 24 64.9 287 3 0 3/15 115.5
10/12/03 A L 26 11 42.3 126 1 0 2/11 70.4
12/7/03 H W 34 18 52.9 240 3 0 2/12 105.0
11/15/04 A W 27 15 55.6 345 4 0 1/9 140.0
12/19/04 H W 35 20 57.1 223 1 2 2/15 62.0
10/9/05 A L 26 13 50.0 131 0 0 4/35 64.8
11/14/05 H L 34 19 55.9 169 0 1 2/5 57.1
10/8/06 H W 33 18 54.5 354 2 0 3/23 112.4
11/4/07 H L 46 27 58.7 264 1 2 3/14 64.0
12/16/07 A W 41 23 56.1 208 1 0 4/27 78.1
09/15/08 A L 37 25 67.6 281 1 0 4/22 99.0
12/28/08 H W 21 12 57.1 175 2 0 1/9 116.2
11/08/09 H L 30 16 53.3 227 1 2 3/18 61.4
TOTALS 11-7 573 317 55.3 3728 26 13 40/257 81.0
DONOVAN MCNABB GAME-BY-GAME VS. COWBOYS
• Amassed 144 total yards from scrimmage at Dal. (12/16) and
opted to take a knee on the 1-yard line to run the clock down and
seal the Eagles win instead of scoring a TD in the final minutes of
the game
• Threw a 25-yard TD pass to WR Todd Pinkston vs. Dal. (9/22/02).
He received a pitch from McNabb, rolled right and hit his target in
the corner of the end zone
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Date H/A W/L Att. Yds. Avg. Lg TD Rec Yds Lg TD
09/22/02 H W 4 0 0.0 3 0 1 13 13 0
12/21/02 A W 8 55 6.9 18 0 1 -1 -1 0
10/12/03 A L 8 37 4.6 21 1 0 0 0 0
12/07/03 H W 7 31 4.4 8 0 3 40 20 1
11/15/04 A W 15 56 3.7 9 1 4 62 42 0
12/19/04 H W 12 48 4.0 12 0 8 78 19 0
10/09/05 A L 6 12 2.0 3 0 3 24 11 0
11/14/05 H L 16 86 5.4 18 1 5 32 10 0
10/08/06 H W 11 33 3.0 8 1 5 53 24 0
12/25/06 A W 26 122 4.7 16 0 2 6 4 0
11/04/07 H L 16 65 4.1 11 1 14 90 19 0
12/16/07 A W 18 81 4.5 29 0 9 63 18 0
09/15/08 A L 18 58 3.2 14 2 6 45 18 1
12/28/08 H W 13 50 3.8 16 0 2 12 7 0
Totals 9-5 178 734 4.1 29 7 63 517 42 2
BRIAN WESTBROOK GAME-BY-GAME VS. COWBOYS
K David Akers
• Has hit 33/36 FGs (91.7%) and scored 155 points in 19 games
• 11/18/01 - Had career highs in FGs (5), atts. (5) and points (18)
• 9/30/01 - earned NFC Special Teams POW honors after going 5/5
on PATs, 3/3 on FGs and running for a first down after taking a
pitch on a fake FG
• 9/3/00 - executed an onsides kick which set up the Eagles first
score of the season
CB Sheldon Brown
• Has recorded an INT in each of his last 2 games against Dallas
• 10/9/05 - Returned a fumble 80 yards for a TD. Became the first
Eagle defender to record a TD in consecutive weeks since Joe
Lavender did so in 1974. Brown repeated that feat in 2009
• 12/19/04 - earned NFC defensive POW with a sack and INT
• 9/22/02 - recorded his first-career INT (QB Quincy Carter)
DE Trent Cole
• Has produced five sacks in eight career games against the Cow-
boys
WR DeSean Jackson
• 9/17/08 - led the team with 6 receptions and 110 yards, marking
his 2nd-straight 100-yards game
DE Chris Clemons
• 12/28/08 - recorded two sacks and returned a fumble 73 yards for
his first career TD
CB Joselio Hanson
• 12/28/08 - returned a fumble 96 yards for his first career TD
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FRANCHISE RECORDS SET VS. COWBOYS
• Longest FG by an Eagle - 59 yards by Tony Franklin (11/12/79 at
Dal)
• Longest INT return by an Eagle - 104 yards INT by James Willis
who lateraled the ball to Troy Vincent (11/3/96 at Dal.)
• Longest INT return by single player - 102 yard INT by Lito Shep-
pard (10/8/06 vs. Dal.)
• Most kickoff returns for TD in a game by an Eagle - 2 by Timmy
Brown (11/6/66 vs. Dal.)
• Longest missed field goal return - 101 by Al Nelson (9/26/71 vs.
Dal.)
• Most sacks in a game by an Eagle - 4.5 by Clyde Simmons (9/15/91
at Dal.)
• Most TDs scored rushing by an Eagles team- 5 (10/22/61 at Cow-
boys. Occurred on 5 other occasions)
• Most sacks by an Eagles team in a game - 11 (9/15/91 at Dal.)
• Most fumble recoveries for a TD in the same quarter - 2 (12/28/08
vs. Dal. Chris Clemons (73 yards) and Joselio Hanson (96 yards)
scored on consecutive possessions in the 3rd quarter
IN A TOTAL OF 100 GAMES AGAINST THE COWBOYS…
• The Eagles have had 10 300-yard passing performers
• The Eagles have had 13 100-yard rushing performers
• The Eagles have had 2 150-yard receiving performers
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ALL -TIME RESULTS VS. DALLAS
Date Site Result Score
S-30-60 Dal W 27-25
O-22-61 Dal W 43-7
N-26-61 Phila W 35-13
O-14-62 Dal L 19-41
N-25-62 Phila W 28-14
O-06-63 Phila W 24-21
N-17-63 Dal L 20-27
N-15-64 Dal W 17-14
D-06-64 Phila W 24-14
O-10-65 Dal W 35-24
D-05-65 Phila L 19-21
O-09-66 Dal L 7-56
D-06-66 Phila W 24-23
O-29-67 Phila W 21-14
D-10-67 Dal L 17-38
S-29-68 Phila L 13-45
0-13-68 Dal L 14-34
O-05-69 Phila L 7-38
O-19-69 Dal L 14-49
S-20-70 Phila L 7-17
N-01-70 Dal L 17-21
S-26-71 Phila L 7-42
N-14-71 Dal L 7-20
S-17-72 Dal L 6-28
N-19-72 Phila L 7-28
O-28-73 Phila W 30-16
N-18-73 Dal L 10-31
S-23-74 Phila W 13-10
O-20-74 Dal L 24-31
O-26-75 Phila L 17-20
N-23-75 Dal L 17-27
S-12-76 Dal L 7-27
D-05-76 Phila L 7-26
O-23-77 Phila L 10-16
Date Site Result Score
D-04-77 Dal L 14-24
O-22-78 Dal L 7-14
D-10-78 Phila L 13-31
N-12-79 Dal W 31-21
D-08-79 Phila L 17-24
O-19-80 Phila W 17-10
D-21-80 Dal L 27-35
J-11-81 c Phila W 20-7
N-01-81 Phila L 14-17
D-13-81 Dal L 10-21
D-26-82 Dal W 24-20
O-16-83 Dal L 7-37
N-06-83 Phila L 20-27
S-16-84 Dal L 17-23
D-02-84 Phila L 10-26
O-20-85 Phila W 16-14
N-24-85 Dal L 17-34
O-19-86 Phila L 14-17
D-14-86 Dal W 23-21
O-11-87 Dal L 22-41
O-25-87 Phila W 37-20
O-23-88 Phila W 24-23
D-18-88 Dal W 23-7
N-23-89 Dal W 27-0
D-10-89 Phila W 20-10
O-28-90 Dal W 21-20
D-23-90 Phila W 17-3
S-15-91 Dal W 24-0
D-15-91 Phila L 13-25
O-05-92 Phila W 31-7
N-01-92 Dal L 10-20
J-10-93 d Dal L 10-34
O-31-93 Phila L 10-23
D-06-93 Dal L 17-23
Date Site Result Score
O-16-94 Dal L 13-24
D-04-94 Phila L 19-31
N-06-95 Dal L 12-34
D-10-95 Phila W 20-17
J-07-96 d Dal L 11-30
S-30-96 Phila L 19-23
N-03-96 Dal W 31-21
S-15-97 Dal L 20-21
O-26-97 Phila W 13-12
N-02-98 Phila L 0-34
D-20-98 Dal L 9-13
O-10-99 Phila W 13-10
D-12-99 Dal L 10-20
S-03-00 Dal W 41-14
N-05-00 Phila W (OT) 16-13
S-30-01 Phila W 40-18
N-18-01 Dal W 36-3
S-22-02 Phila W 44-13
D-21-02 Dal W 27-3
O-12-03 Dal L 21-23
D-07-03 Phila W 36-10
N-15-04 Dal W 49-21
D-19-04 Phila W 12-7
O-09-05 Dal L 10-33
N-14-05 Phila L 20-21
O-08-06 Phila W 38-24
D-25-06 Dal W 23-7
N-04-07 Phila L 17-38
D-16-07 Dal W 10-6
S-15-08 Dal L 37-41
D-28-08 Phila W 44-6
N-08-09 Phila L 16-20
At Lincoln Financial Field: (4-3) At Cowboys Stadium: (0-0)
c - NFC Championship; d - NFC Divisional Playoff
Overall: 44-56-0 Home: 26-22-0 Away: 18-33-0 Playoffs: 1-2 Dallas Cowboys
INSIDE THE HASHES
OFFENSE DEFENSE
Total Rush Pass Total Rush Pass
Week 1 23 4 32 1 t-15 2
Week 2 10 10 15 8 16 12
Week 3 7 11 8 5 15 3
Week 4 7 12 7 4 15 2
Week 5 8 14 7 3 13 4
Week 6 12 20 12 4 15 5
Week 7 17 18 15 7 11 9
Week 8 15 15 13 10 12 10
Week 9 15 17 15 10 10 11
Week 10 12 23 9 9 9 10
Week 11 11 18 12 8 10 t-9
Week 12 11 18 11 9 8 9
Week 13 11 18 11 7 7 10
Week 14 10 21 10 11 10 14
Week 15 10 21 9 7 8 13
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Over the last four seasons the eagles have been consistently strong
on both sides of the ball. Since 2006, they have outgained and
outscored their opponents en route to a 38-24-1 record
• As a result, the Ea-
gles are one of the
top teams over the
last four seasons in
terms of yards per
game and points
per game differen-
tial
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Team Gained Allowed Diff
New England 378.3 300.8 77.5
Pittsburgh 341.2 276.9 64.3
Philadelphia 364.1 306.1 58.0
New Orleans 394.7 338.3 56.4
YARDS/GAME DIFFERENTIAL SINCE 2006
Team Scored Allowed Diff
New England 28.3 17.0 11.3
San Diego 28.2 19.6 8.6
Indianapolis 26.4 19.0 7.4
Philadelphia 25.1 19.5 5.6
POINTS/GAME DIFFERENTIAL SINCE 2006
TEAM SINCE 2000 IN 2009
• Scoring on opening drive 44-10 8-1
• Scoring first 64-12 9-1
• Leading at half 84-11 11-0
• Leading after three quarters 80-11 9-1
• Winning time of possession 67-14-1 6-0
• Out-rushing opponent 62-20-1 8-1
• Out-passing opponent 69-22-1 7-3
• Out-gaining opponent 77-18-1 9-2
OFFENSE SINCE 2000 IN 2009
• 40%+ 3rd down conversions 56-15 5-1
• 50%+ 3rd down conversions 30-4 1-0
• Not throwing an INT 49-20 4-1
• Passing for 300+ yards 24-7-1 3-2
• Having a 100+ yard rusher 26-8 0-0
• Having a 100+ yard receiver 36-10 6-2
• Scoring 20+ points 82-21 11-2
• Scoring 30+ points 45-2 7-0
• Rushing for 150+ yards 29-5 3-0
• Having 20+ first downs 61-16 5-2
• Not allowing a sack 13-5 2-0
• Allowing two or fewer sacks 66-25-1 7-2
DEFENSE SINCE 2000 IN 2009
• Opponents less than 40% on 3rd down 82-24-1 8-2
• Opponents less than 30% on 3rd down 55-11-1 6-1
• Scoring a defensive TD 24-2 4-0
• Returning an INT for a TD 17-0 2-0
• Returning a fumble for a TD 7-2 2-0
• Recording 3+ sacks 62-14-1 7-1
• Recording 5+ sacks 21-3-1 2-0
• Winning the turnover battle 58-13 8-1
• Allowing 17 or fewer points 75-15-1 7-1
• Allowing a 100-yard rusher 22-15 1-0
• Allowing a 100-yard receiver 29-15-1 3-1
• Not allowing a rushing TD 72-19-1 7-1
• Not allowing a passing TD 40-12 1-0
SPECIAL TEAMS SINCE 2000 IN 2009
• Having a KR or PR TD 7-3 2-0
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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 366.5 (10) 106.7 (21) 259.9 (9) 310.9 (7) 99.7 (8) 211.1 (13) 28.6 (3) 20.9 (16t) 7.7 (8)
The Eagles have been one of
the NFL’s best at getting off to
a good start and putting them-
selves in a position to win by
scoring early and often, notch-
ing a league high 122 points in
the first quarter, while allowing
just 51 points in the first frame.
• In 2009, the Eagles have been one of the best teams in the NFL
in the first half in terms of scoring and scoring differential
The Eagles offense has estab-
lished itself as one of the most
explosive units in the NFL,
racking up big plays and scor-
ing from anywhere on the field.
While the offense has been able
to find the end zone on big
plays the defense has limited
such opportunities.
• As a result, the Eagles are among the league leaders in 20+ yard
touchdown differential
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INSIDE THE HASHES - 2009 REGULAR SEASON
Playing Keep-Away
Widely considered one
of the most important
statistics in football,
turnover differential
can dramatically affect
the outcome of a game
or season.
• In 2009 the Eagles have been one of the best teams in the NFL in
that category. Their 37 takeaways are tied for second in the
league, while their 22 giveaways also rank among the NFL’s top
teams.
Winning the Battle on First Down
Having success on 1st
down can make or break a
drive both offensively and
defensively. As a result of
their success on both
sides of the ball the Eagles
are among the top teams
in the NFL in terms of
yards per play differential on first downs.
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Team Gained Allowed Diff
Dallas 6.55 4.73 1.82
Philadelphia 6.54 4.97 1.57
Pittsburgh 6.22 5.02 1.20
NY Jets 5.47 4.28 1.19
Indianapolis 5.95 4.81 1.14
2009 YARDS/PLAY ON FIRST DOWN
Eagles head coach Andy Reid al-
ways stresses the importance of
putting his players in a position to
succeed. One of the best examples
players heeding this mantra is
shown in the fact that the Eagles
are among the league leaders in
points off of takeaways. All season
Eagles players and coaches have emphasized the importance of
creating turnovers on defense and giving the offense a short field to
work with.
• As a result of their 37 takeaways the Eagles have scored 116
points, the second highest total in the NFL
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Team Takeaways Points
New Orleans 39 141
Green Bay 37 134
Philadelphia 37 116
Baltimore 30 110
NY Giants 24 102
2009 POINTS OFF TAKEAWAYS
Entering the final week of the season the Eagles rank 10th in total
offense and 7th in total defense, joining the New England Patriots
as the only teams to accomplish that feat in each of the last three
seasons. The combined records of those teams over the past three
seasons is 103-38-1 (.729).
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Special teams play an integral role in
placing the offense and defense in a po-
sition to succeed. Under special teams
coordinator Ted Daisher the Eagles rank
among the league leaders in a number
of important statistical categories in the
third phase, particularly those related to
the battle for field position.
• WR/PR DeSean Jackson leads
the NFL in punt returns, averag-
ing 16.0 yards/return , including
two touchdowns
• While Jackson has impressed in
the punt return game the Eagles
punt coverage units have been
equally impressive, holding op-
ponents to just 5.9 yards per re-
turn. They have not allowed a
kickoff or punt return touch-
down all season
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Team TDs Allowed Diff.
Indianapolis 17 2 15
Green Bay 16 6 10
Philadelphia 16 8 8
Carolina 12 4 8
San Diego 12 4 8
BIG-PLAY TD DIFFERENTIAL
Category Pts Rank
1st Qtr. Points 8.1 1st
1st Qtr. Diff 4.7 1st
1st Half Points 18.2 1st
1st Half Diff. 8.7 2nd
SCORING DIFFERENTIAL/GAME
Player Avg. TDs
DeSean Jackson 16.0 2
Patrick Crayton 12.9 2
Wes Welker 12.5 0
Joshua Cribbs 12.4 1
2009 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE
Team Returns Avg.
Jacksonville 35 4.0
Houston 24 4.3
Philadelphia 35 5.9
OPPONENT PUNT RETURNS
Team Takeaway Giveaway Net Diff.
Green Bay 37 15 22
Philadelphia 37 22 15
New Orleans 39 25 14
2009 TURNOVER DIFFERENTIAL
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Team <50 Yd Drives
Philadelphia 29
Green Bay 29
two teams with 25
DRIVES STARTING INSIDE
OPP. 50 YARD LINE
2007
Team Off. Def.
NE 1 4
Ind 5 3
Dal 3 9
Phi 6 10
2008
Team Off. Def.
Phi 9 3
NYG 7 5
NE 5 10
2009
Team Off. Def.
NE 2 8
GB 4 2
NYG 6 10
Min 8 9
Pit 9 6
Phi 10 7
TEAMS RANKED IN THE TOP 10 – BOTH OFFENSE AND DEFENSE
REID ALL ABOUT IT
Andy Reid is in 11th season
with the Eagles and has been
one of the most successful
head coaches in the NFL dur-
ing that span. Reid has
recorded the highest win total
and percentage in team history
and also ranks among the top
coaches in NFL history.
REID ALL ABOUT IT
• Was named NFL coach of the
year following the 2000 and
2002 seasons
• Has captured five division ti-
tles including four consecu-
tive (2001-04) and five trips
to the NFC Championship
• Owns a club record 10 playoff
wins and led the team to its
first Super Bowl appearance
since 1980
• With 10 postseason victories,
is one of 14 NFL head
coaches to accrue double-
digit postseason wins
• Reid is the 34th head coach and
one of only four active head
coaches in NFL history with 100
regular season wins
• He became the 16th coach to
win 100 games in his first stint
as a head coach
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Over the years, Andy Reid has done a tremendous job of putting to-
gether his coaching staff, understanding that having effective as-
sistant coaches is integral to the success of a football team. He has
also imparted his knowledge of the game to his assistants. Many of
Reid’s assistant coaches are highly regarded around the league, and
a handful have used their experience under Reid as a stepping
stone to become a successful head coach or coordinator elsewhere.
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POSTSEASON
BERTHS
Team Berths
Indianapolis 10
Philadelphia 8
New England 7
DIVISIONAL ROUND
BERTHS
Team Berths
Philadelphia 7
Indianapolis 7
New England 6
CHAMPIONSHIP
GAMES
Team Apps.
Philadelphia 5
New England 5
Pittsburgh 4
TOP POSTSEASON TEAMS SINCE 1999
Coach Record Pct.
Vince Lombardi 105-35-6 .740
John Madden 112-39-7 .731
George Allen 118-54-5 .681
Blanton Collier 79-38-2 .672
George Halas 324-151-31 .671
Don Shula 347-173-6 .665
Tony Dungy 147-79-0 .650
George Seifert 124-67-0 .649
Bill Belichick 163-93-0 .637
Joe Gibbs 171-101-0 .629
Curly Lambeau 229-134-22 .623
Bill Cowher 161-99-1 .619
Andy Reid 118-73-1 .617
Bill Walsh 102-63-1 .617
Paul Brown 170-108-6 .609
Bud Grant 168-108-5 .607
Tom Landry 270-178-6 .601
Greasy Neale 61-40-4 .600
bold – active coach
note: includes playoff games
NFL’S ALL-TIME WIN% LEADERS
MINIMUM 100 GAMES
There have been 13 instances in
NFL history when a first-time
head coach lasted into his 11th
season with the same club. Andy
Reid is one of those 13 coaches.
He and Jeff Fisher are the only ac-
tive head coaches to do so.
Head Coach Tenure Team Overall Record
Curly Lambeau 29 yrs. (1921-49) Green Bay 212-106-21
Tom Landry 29 yrs. (1960-88) Dallas 270-178-6
Chuck Noll 23 yrs. (1969-91) Pittsburgh 209-156-1
Steve Owen 23 yrs. (1931-53) NY Giants 153-108-17
Bud Grant 17 yrs. (1967-83) Minnesota 161-99-5
Jeff Fisher 16 yrs. (1994- pres.) Hou./Tenn. 140-115
Bill Cowher 15 yrs. (1992-2006) Pittsburgh 161-99-1
Paul Brown 13 yrs. (1950-62) Cleveland 115-49-5
Dan Reeves 12 yrs. (1981-92) Denver 117-79-1
Joe Gibbs 12 yrs. (1981-92) Washington 140-65-0
Andy Reid 11 yrs. (1999-pres.) Philadelphia 118-73-1
Mike Ditka 11 yrs. (1982-92) Chicago 112-68
Jim Mora 11 yrs. (1986-96) New Orleans 93-78
bold – active coach
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Coach (team) Years
Jeff Fisher (Titans) 16
Andy Reid (Eagles) 11
Bill Belichick (Patriots) 10
LONGEST TENURED HEAD
COACHES IN THE NFL
Coach Current Team Years Position
Brad Childress Minnesota 2006-pres. Head Coach
John Harbaugh Baltimore 2008-pres. Head Coach
Steve Spagnuolo Rams 2009-pres. Head Coach
Pat Shurmur Rams 2009-pres. Off. Coordinator
Leslie Frazier Minnesota 2007-pres. Def. Coordinator
Dave Toub Chicago 2004-pres. S.T. Coordinator
Ron Rivera San Diego 2008-pres. Def. Coordinator
FORMER EAGLES ASSISTANT COACHES
WHO ARE HEAD COACH OR COORDINATOR OF OTHER TEAMS
Coach Wins
Bill Belichick 148
Jeff Fisher 135
Tom Coughlin 124
Andy Reid 108
MOST REGULAR SEASON
WINS – ACTIVE NFL COACHES
Andy Reid drafted Donovan
McNabb with the 2nd overall
selection in 1999. Now in
their 11th year together, Reid
and McNabb have combined
to start the 6th most regular
season games in NFL history.
Said ESPN analyst Jon Gru-
den, “If you have the right
coach and the right quarter-
back, you have a chance to win every single Sunday. And Philadel-
phia has it.”
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Coach/QB Games
Don Shula/Dan Marino 184
Chuck Noll/Terry Bradshaw 158
Hank Stram/Len Dawson 153
Marv Levy/Jim Kelly 151
Dan Reeves/John Elway 151
Andy Reid/Donovan McNabb 141
REGULAR SEASON STARTS
HEAD COACH & QB
Since 2000, the Eagles have been one of the top road teams in the
NFL and have posted winning records in all but two seasons.
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Team ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 Total (Avg.)
Ind. 4-4 3-5 5-3 7-1 5-3 7-1 4-4 7-1 6-2 7-0 55-24 (.696)
Phi. 6-2 7-1 5-3 7-1 6-2 2-6 5-3 5-3 3-4-1 5-2 51-27-1 (.652)
NE 2-6 5-3 4-4 6-2 6-2 5-3 7-1 8-0 6-2 2-5 51-28 (.646)
Pit. 5-3 6-2 5-3 2-6 7-1 6-2 3-5 3-5 6-2 2-5 45-33 (.577)
NFL’S BEST REGULAR SEASON ROAD RECORDS SINCE 2000
RECORDS UNDER REID
While the Eagles offense has been terrific over the years at limiting
turnovers, the defense has been just as good at picking up the slack
when they don’t, making a habit of buckling down after giveaways.
• Since 2001, the Eagles have turned the ball over 225 times, the
7th-lowest total in the NFL
• During that span, the Eagles have allowed the 5th-lowest point
total in the league and the 4th-lowest points per giveaway
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Since 2000, the Ea-
gles own the 2nd-
best record in the
NFL following a loss
• In 2009, they are
3-1 following a
loss
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Under Andy Reid’s guid-
ance, the Eagles have
done a great job of pro-
tecting the ball and limit-
ing turnovers, while also
creating pressure and
forcing other teams to
cough it up.
• Since 1999, the Eagles
are 3rd in the NFL and
1st in the NFC with a
+50 cumulative TO ratio
• They have posted a
positive ratio in eight of
Reid’s 11 seasons
• In 2009, they rank third
with a +18 turnover dif-
ferential
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+60 New England
+52 Kansas City
+50 Philadelphia
+50 Indianapolis
+48 Tampa Bay
+40 Jacksonville
+39 Baltimore
+37 Tennessee
+34 Pittsburgh
+34 NY Jets
TURNOVER RATIO
NFL SINCE 1999
+29 Green Bay
+21 Baltimore
+18 Philadelphia
+14 Indianapolis
+13 San Diego
+11 Tennessee
+10 Miami
+10 New Orleans
+9 Carolina
+8 New England
TURNOVER RATIO
NFL SINCE 2008
Team ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 Total
IND 38 32 20 17 19 19 19 17 21 202
JAX 27 15 31 22 17 23 21 24 22 202
SD 29 24 31 18 28 15 24 20 16 205
NE 28 24 24 27 24 27 15 21 20 210
NYJ 21 19 20 16 34 25 25 31 30 221
KC 33 15 18 27 23 26 33 24 25 224
PHI 24 24 22 22 34 24 27 26 22 225
NFL’S FEWEST GIVEAWAYS ALLOWED SINCE 2001
Points Allowed/
Team ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 Tot.GA (NFL Rk.)
NE 78 78 75 86 59 65 35 47 31 554 2.64 (7th)
IND 142 70 50 49 49 59 37 64 42 562 2.78 (14th)
SD 39 51 101 40 72 65 80 72 44 564 2.75 (13th)
JAX 70 48 95 60 49 72 54 65 64 577 2.86 (17th)
PHI 54 36 47 44 100 68 93 73 71 586 2.60 (4th)
PIT 41 106 78 48 46 113 47 73 46 598 2.53 (t-1st)
FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED PER GIVEAWAY SINCE 2001
• Turnover ratio is +2 or better: 41-6
• Turnover ratio is positive: 62-16
• Turnover ratio is negative: 21-32-1
• Turnover ratio is even: 23-20
THE EAGLES RECORD WHEN...
Team Record Win Pct.
New England 32-13 .711
Philadelphia 35-16-1 .683
Pittsburgh 33-21 .611
Indianapolis 25-16 .610
BEST RECORDS AFTER A LOSS SINCE 2000
Since Lincoln Financial Field
opened in 2003, the Eagles have
utilized their home-field advan-
tage, posting one of the top
records in the NFC
• The Eagles own the fourth best
home record in the NFC since
2003, going 36-20 (.643)
• The Linc has been unfriendly to
opposing offenses, who have
managed just 18.9 points/game
on Philadelphia’s home field
since 2003
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Team Record Win Pct.
Seattle 39-16 .709
Minnesota 38-17 .691
Dallas 36-19 .655
Philadelphia 36-20 .643
Chicago 35-20 .636
BEST HOME RECORDS
NFC SINCE 2003
Team Points/Game
Seattle 17.7
Chicago 18.4
Carolina 18.5
Minnesota 18.9
Philadelphia 18.9
POINTS ALLOWED AT HOME
NFC LEADERS SINCE 2003
Since Andy Reid became
head coach, the Eagles have
been unbeatable after the
bye, going 11-0 in games di-
rectly following the team’s off
week. Following the bye week
throughout the rest of the
season, the Eagles have also
been very impressive, owning
a 72-31-1 record.
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Year Before (pct.) After (pct.)
1999 4-11 (.267) 1-0-0 (1.000)
2000 10-5 (.667) 1-0-0 (1.000)
2001 2-2 (.500) 9-3-0 (.750)
2002 3-2 (.600) 9-2-0 (.818)
2003 0-2 (.000) 12-2-0 (.857)
2004 4-0 (1.000) 9-3-0 (.750)
2005 3-2 (.600) 3-8-0 (.273)
2006 4-4 (.500) 6-2-0 (.750)
2007 1-3 (.250) 7-5-0 (.583)
2008 3-3 (.500) 6-3-1 (.650)
2009 2-1 (.667) 9-3-0 (.750)
Overall 36-35 (.507) 72-31-1 (.697)
REID’S CAREER RECORD
BEFORE AND AFTER BYE WEEK
Team Record Win %
Philadelphia 11-0 1.000
Minnesota 9-2 .818
six teams with 8-3 .727
BEST TEAMS AFTER A BYE
SINCE 1999
The Eagles have historically
been stronger as the season
goes on, engineering one of the
most successful teams in the
NFL in the final two months of
the season this decade.
• Since 2000, the Eagles are
second in the NFL in overall
winning pct. (.700) in Nov.
and Dec.
• They are 26-12 against the NFC East during that span
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Team Record Win Pct.
New England 62-21 .747
Philadelphia 59-25-1 .700
Indianapolis 60-27 .690
Pittsburgh 55-30 .645
BEST RECORDS SINCE 2000
IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER
A BLUEPRINT FOR SUCCESS
The Eagles have a proven
track record for finding
Pro Bowl talent in the
draft. Eight draft picks
since 1999 have combined
for 16 Pro Bowls, includ-
ing four of Andy Reid’s
eight first round picks.
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In addition to drafting well, the Eagles have done a tremendous job
of locking up young talent and key veterans to long-term contracts.
The fact that 16 of 22 current starters in 2009 were either drafted by
the Eagles or signed as undrafted free agents, is a testament, not
only to the team’s ability to draft well, but also to its loyalty and
commitment to continuity. 22 players on the roster have either been
re-signed or extended by the team.
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Player Drafted (Rd) Pro Bowls
Donovan McNabb 1999 (1) 5
Corey Simon* 2000 (1) 1
Derrick Burgess* 2001 (3) 2
Lito Sheppard* 2002 (1) 2
Michael Lewis* 2002 (2) 1
Brian Westbrook 2002 (3) 2
Shawn Andrews 2004 (1) 2
Trent Cole 2005 (5) 1
*denotes players no longer on roster
EAGLES DRAFT PICKS SINCE 1999
TO EARN PRO BOWL SELECTIONS
TE Brent Celek, T Winston Justice, QB Donovan McNabb, RB Brian
Westbrook, C Jamaal Jackson, LG Todd Herremans, RG Shawn An-
drews, WR Reggie Brown, DT Mike Patterson, CB Sheldon Brown, K
David Akers, DE Trent Cole, DE Juqua Parker, S Quintin Mikell, LS
Jon Dorenbos
CURRENT EAGLES WHO HAVE BEEN RE-SIGNED OR EXTENDED
Team Picks PB Players
San Diego 71 10
Dallas 76 9
New England 86 9
NY Jets 72 9
Chicago 91 8
Philadelphia 84 8
Baltimore 80 8
Pittsburgh 80 8
Indianapolis 81 8
Arizona 77 8
Green Bay 95 8
MOST PRO BOWL PLAYERS
DRAFTED SINCE 1999
Team Picks Selections
Washington 63 21
Dallas 76 21
Chicago 91 19
San Diego 71 19
Baltimore 80 18
New England 86 18
Pittsburgh 80 18
Indianapolis 81 17
Philadelphia 84 16
Seattle 84 16
Arizona 77 15
MOST PRO BOWL SELECTIONS
DRAFTED SINCE 1999
While the Eagles have
had success drafting
players from high-
profile college pro-
grams, they have also
found a wealth of tal-
ent from smaller
schools. 11 players
on the current roster
have come from non
Division I-A teams. Six
of those 10 players
were either drafted or
signed as rookie free
agents by the Eagles.
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Player School
RB Brian Westbrook Villanova
LB Chris Gocong Cal Poly
C Jamaal Jackson Delaware St.
G Todd Herremans Saginaw Valley St.
LB Akeem Jordan James Madison
LB Joe Mays North Dakota State
CB Dimitri Patterson Tuskegee
FB Leonard Weaver Carson-Newman
RB Eldra Buckley Tenn-Chattanooga
LB Tracy White Howard
CB Geoffrey Pope Howard
PLAYERS ON EAGLES ROSTER FROM
NON-DIVISION I-A SCHOOLS
16 of the Eagles 22 current starters were either drafted or signed by the team as a rookie free agent - shown in bold
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SS Quintin Mikell FS Sean Jones
‘03 Rookie FA ‘09 Free Agent (Cle)
CB Sheldon Brown CB Asante Samuel
‘02 Draft ‘08 Free Agent (NE)
LB Will Witherspoon LB Jeremiah Trotter LB Moise Fokou
‘09 Trade (StL) ‘09 Free Agent* ‘09 Draft
DE Trent Cole DT Mike Patterson DT Brodrick Bunkley DE Juqua Parker
‘05 Draft ‘05 Draft ‘06 Draft ‘05 Free Agent (Ten)
TE Brent Celek LT Jason Peters LG Todd Herremans C Nick Cole RG Max Jean-Gilles RT Winston Justice
‘07 Draft ‘09 Trade (Buf) ‘05 Draft ‘06 Rookie FA ‘06 Draft ‘06 Draft
WR DeSean Jackson QB Donovan McNabb WR Jeremy Maclin
‘08 Draft ‘99 Draft ‘09 Draft
FB Leonard Weaver
‘09 Free Agent (Sea)
RB Brian Westbrook
* - Trotter was originally drafted by the Eagles in 1998 ‘02 Draft
A BLUEPRINT FOR SUCCESS
One of the league’s most successful teams of the past decade with 103 regular season wins (3rd most in the NFL) since 2000, the Eagles
current roster is loaded with a nest of young talent as they prepare to enter the next decade.
The average age of their current roster (60 players, including those on the Injured Reserve list) is 26.7 years old, while 76% of that ros-
ter is signed through 2010 and beyond, including 22 players who are signed through 2012 and beyond. In addition, 36 Eagles are home
grown (acquired via the draft or as a rookie free agent), including 16 of the 22 projected starters (bolded in the list below).
In 2009, the Eagles inked a pair of starters to long-term contract extensions: TE Brent Celek through 2016 and RT Winston Justice through
2013. The 24-year-old Celek is among a core group of budding stars currently manning the skill positions on offense, joining 23-year-old
WR DeSean Jackson and a pair of 21-year-old rookies in WR Jeremy Maclin and RB LeSean McCoy.
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Player Pos Age How Acquired Signed Thru
Brent Celek TE 24 D5b-07 2016
Mike Patterson DT 26 D1-05 2016
Shawn Andrews (IR) T/G 26 D1-04 2015
Jason Peters T 27 T-Buf-09 2014
Stacy Andrews G/T 28 FA-Cin-09 2014
Reggie Brown WR 28 D2a-05 2014
Jamaal Jackson (IR) C 29 RFA-03 2013
Asante Samuel CB 28 FA-NE-08 2013
Joselio Hanson CB 28 FA-06 2013
Trent Cole LB/DE 27 D5a-05 2013
Todd Herremans G/T 27 D4b-05 2013
Winston Justice T 25 D2-06 2013
Jeremy Maclin WR 21 D1-09 2013
Kevin Curtis WR 31 FA-Stl-07 2012
Chris Clemons DE 28 FA-Oak-08 2012
Jon Dorenbos LS 29 FA-06 2012
Moise Fokou LB 24 D7b-09 2012
Fenuki Tupou (IR) T 24 D5c-09 2012
Macho Harris S 23 D5b-09 2012
Cornelius Ingram (IR) TE 24 D5a-09 2012
Sheldon Brown CB 30 D2b-02 2012
LeSean McCoy RB 21 D2-09 2012
Antonio Dixon DT 24 W-Was-09 2011
Will Witherspoon LB 29 T-Stl-09 2011
Martin Rucker TE 24 FA-Cle-09 2011
Darren Howard DE 33 FA-NO-06 2011
Geoffrey Pope CB 25 FA-09 2011
Juqua Parker DE 31 FA-05 2011
King Dunlap T 24 D7-08 2011
Joe Mays LB 24 D6b-08 2011
Quintin Demps FS 24 D4b-08 2011
Dallas Reynolds C 25 FA-09 2011
Player Pos Age How Acquired Signed Thru
Mike McGlynn G 24 D4a-08 2011
DeSean Jackson WR 23 D2b-08 2011
Trevor Laws DT 24 D2a-08 2011
Brodrick Bunkley DT 26 D1-06 2011
Eldra Buckley RB 24 W-SD-09 2010
Quintin Mikell S 29 RFA-03 2010
David Akers K 35 FA-99 2010
Michael Vick QB 29 FA-09 2010
Dimitri Patterson CB 26 FA-09 2010
Stewart Bradley (IR) LB 26 D3a-07 2010
Brian Westbrook RB 30 D3-02 2010
Victor Abiamiri DE 23 D2b-07 2010
Kevin Kolb QB 25 D2a-07 2010
Donovan McNabb QB 33 D1-99 2010
Ellis Hobbs (IR) CB 26 T-NE-09 2009 *
Sav Rocca P 36 RFA-07 2009 r
Akeem Jordan LB 24 RFA-07 2009 r
Nick Cole G/C 25 RFA-06 2009 *
Leonard Weaver FB 27 FA-Sea-09 2009 *
Sean Jones S 27 FA-Cle-09 2009
Jeremiah Trotter LB 32 FA-09 2009
Jason Babin DE 29 FA-09 2009
Alex Smith TE 27 FA-09 2009 *
Tracy White LB 28 FA-08 2009
Omar Gaither (IR) LB 25 D5b-06 2009 *
Jason Avant WR 26 D4b-06 2009 *
Max Jean-Gilles G 26 D4a-06 2009 *
Chris Gocong LB 26 D3-06 2009 *
* ... Player is an unrestricted free agent under the current terms
of the CBA. If 2010 becomes an uncapped season, these players
become restricted free agent
r ... Player is a restricted free agent regardless of the CBA terms
OUTSTANDING OWNERSHIP
Eagles Chairman Jeffrey Lurie is the franchise’s all-time winningest
owner in terms of regular season win percentage.
IMPRESSIVE SINCE 1995
Since 1995, Lurie's first full year as owner of the Eagles, Philadel-
phia has the 6th-best overall record in the NFL (including playoff
games).
OUTSTANDING OWNERSHIP
• With an 11-9 record in the playoffs during Lurie's tenure as
owner, the Eagles have won and played in more postseason
games than any ownership group in its history combined
• During Lurie’s tenure as owner, Philadelphia has been to the
playoff ten times in 15 years (67%). In the previous 62 years of the
team’s existence, the club earned 14 postseason appearances
(23%)
• From 2001-2004, the Eagles captured the NFC East title in four
consecutive seasons for the first time in team history, becoming
the first team to win the NFC East 4 straight years since Dallas’
stint from 1992-96
A SUPER EXPERIENCE
• With a NFC Championship and an appearance in Super Bowl 39,
Lurie became just the second owner in team history to lead a
team to the Super Bowl
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Owners Years Playoffs Reg. Season
Jeffrey Lurie 1995-pres. 11-9 137-100-2 (.577)
Norman Braman 1985-94 1-4 86-72-1 (.544)
Alexis Thompson 1941-48 2-1 38-36-5 (.513)
James P. Clark 1949-63 2-0 87-91-6 (.489)
Leonard Tose 1969-84 3-4 96-129-6 (.429)
Jerry Wolman 1964-68 0-0 28-41-1 (.407)
Bert Bell/Lud Wray 1933-40 0-0 19-65-3 (.236)
EAGLES OWNERSHIPS
Team Record Pct.
New England 173-89 .660
Indianapolis 161-97 .624
Green Bay 160-97 .623
Pittsburgh 161-98-1 .621
Denver 154-98 .611
Philadelphia 148-109-2 .575
Tennessee 139-111 .556
BEST OVERALL RECORDS
SINCE 1995
Team Record Pct.
New England 156-83 .653
Indianapolis 152-87 .636
Green Bay 150-89 .628
Pittsburgh 147-91 .617
Denver 146-93 .611
Philadelphia 137-100 .577
Minnesota 134-105 .561
BEST REGULAR SEASON
RECORDS SINCE 1995
Since 2000, Philadelphia has been one of the most successful fran-
chises, owning the NFL’s 3rd-best regular season record and the
4th-best overall record.
• Only six teams in the history of
the NFL have won more games
in a single decade. Head coach
Andy Reid 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 in ac-
complishing that feat
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Team Record Pct.
New England 126-50 .716
Indianapolis 122-51 .705
Pittsburgh 112-60-1 .650
Philadelphia 113-62-1 .645
Green Bay 97-70 .581
NFL’S BEST OVERALL
RECORDS SINCE 2000
Team Record Pct.
Indianapolis 115-44 .723
New England 112-47 .704
Philadelphia 103-55-1 .651
Pittsburgh 102-56-1 .645
Green Bay 94-65 .591
NFL’S BEST REGULAR SEASON
RECORDS SINCE 2000
Team Decade Wins
Indianapolis 2000s 115
San Francisco 1990s 113
New England* 2000s 112
Dallas* 1970s 105
Miami* 1970s 104
San Francisco 1980s 104
Philadelphia* 2000s 103
Buffalo 1990s 103
*all with same head coach
MOST WINS IN A DECADE
The Eagles front office places a strong emphasis on continuity, es-
pecially at the head coach and quarterback positions. Andy Reid
and Donovan McNabb are in their 11th season together in Philadel-
phia. Reid is one of only 18 first-time head coaches in NFL history
to last at least 10 years with the same team, while McNabb (1999-
present) is the 2nd-longest tenured active starting QB behind the
Colts’ Peyton Manning (1998-present). In 2009 Reid and McNabb
became the only first-time head coach and rookie QB to join a team
at the same time and last 11 seasons as a tandem.
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Coach Player Years Seasons
Chuck Noll Terry Bradshaw (1970-1983) 14
Don Shula Don Strock (1974-1987) 14
Tom Landry Danny White (1976-1988) 13
Don Shula Dan Marino (1983-1995) 13
Hank Stram Len Dawson (1962-1974) 13
Andy Reid* Donovan McNabb* (1999-pres) 11
Curly Lambeau Arnie Herber (1930-1940) 11
Marv Levy Jim Kelly (1986-1996) 11
Jeff Fisher Steve McNair (1995-2005) 11
Don Shula Bob Griese (1970-1980) 11
Curly Lambeau Larry Craig (1939-1949) 11
Buddy Parker Bobby Layne (1951-1962) 11
Tom Landry Roger Staubach (1969-1979) 11
*first-time head coaches and rookie QBs joining the team in the
same year
LONGEST-TENURED HEAD COACH/QUARTERBACK TANDEMS
IN NFL HISTORY
The Eagles are one of just seven
franchises in NFL history to reach
500 overall wins. The others are the
Steelers, Bears, Giants, Redskins,
Rams, and Packers.
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Team Wins
Chicago 708
Green Bay 678
NY Giants 646
Washington 564
Pittsburgh 564
St. Louis 523
Philadelphia 518
Detroit 497
MOST WINS IN NFL HISTORY
OFFENSIVE NEWS & NOTES
The Eagles last three draft classes have produced four skill position
players that are either starting or seeing significant playing time.
The Eagles flourishing offense has been due in large part to those
young skill-position players growing into their roles.
“The young guys bring some energy,” said head coach Andy Reid.
“They’re excited to be out there and going. There’s just a certain
youthful energy that they bring to the team, in particular when
they’re producing.”
Taking Flight
After finishing the 2008 season
strong, TE Brent Celek has es-
tablished himself as one of the
leagues top tight ends, leading
the team with 69 receptions for
875 yards and eight touchdowns.
Big Play DJ
WR DeSean Jackson has
established himself as
one of the top big-play
threats in the NFL, who is
able to score from any-
where on the field. Ten of
Jackson’s 12 touchdowns
this season have been for
35-plus yards, including
an NFL record tying eight
TDs of 50-plus yards.
Learning to Fly
As a rookie in 2008, Jackson led
the Eagles with 62 receptions
and 912 yards, the most ever by
an Eagles rookie wide receiver.
In 2009, rookie WR Jeremy
Maclin has followed in Jackson’s
footsteps by providing an imme-
diate impact in the passing game.
• Maclin has 52 receptions for 715 yards and 4 touchdowns, and is
among the top rookie WRs in the NFL
The Real McCoy
Rookie RB LeSean McCoy
has served as a valuable
complement to Brian West-
brook and Leonard Weaver
and also has made an im-
mediate impact in his first
season. He ranks among
the NFL’s top rookie RBs
• With 633 yards this season, he set the team rookie rushing
record, surpassing Correll Buckhalter’s 586 yards in 2001
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Player Rec. Yards TDs
Vernon Davis 72 876 12
Dallas Clark 93 1054 10
Visanthe Shiancoe45 432 9
Brent Celek 69 875 8
NFL’S TOP TIGHT ENDS IN 2009
Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhin-
weg often emphasizes the importance
of playing good situational football. One
those situations is two-minute offense,
as they have often taken momentum
away from opponents by scoring at the
end of the half
• The Eagles have had 24 possessions inside the final two minutes
of either half in 2009. On those 24 drives, Philadelphia has scored
49 points, which is the highest total in the NFL
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Team Poss. Pts.
Philadelphia 24 49
New Orleans 22 44
Indianapolis 22 30
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TWO-MINUTE OFFENSE
Description Opponent
85-yard punt return 9/13 at Car (W)
71-yard reception 9/20 vs. NO (L)
64-yard reception 9/27 vs. KC (W)
67-yard rush 10/26 at Was. (W)
57-yard reception 10/26 at Was. (W)
54-yard reception 11/01 vs. NYG (W)
72-yard punt return 12/13 at NYG (W)
60-yard reception 12/13 at NYG (W)
JACKSON’S 50+ YARD TOUCHDOWNS
Player Rec Yds TDs
Austin Collie 59 661 7
Jeremy Maclin 52 715 4
Percy Harvin 49 691 6
Hakeem Nicks 46 795 6
2009 TOP ROOKIE RECEIVERS
Player Yds Avg. TDs
Knowshon Moreno 897 3.8 5
Beanie Wells 774 4.6 7
LeSean McCoy 633 4.1 4
Shonn Greene 478 5.0 2
2009 TOP ROOKIE RUNNING BACKS
Another situation the Eagles have ex-
celled in is getting off to good starts. They
have scored on their opening drive nine
times this season for a league-high 51
points.
• They own a 8-1 record when doing so
• Their 51 opening-drive points are the
highest total under Andy Reid
• In five of the last six games, the Eagles
have come away with points after their opening possession
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Team Points
New Orleans 51
Philadelphia 51
Indianapolis 49
Atlanta 37
Carolina 37
MOST POINTS SCORED
ON FIRST POSS.
In 2009, the Eagles explosive offense has shown the ability to score
from anywhere on the field, quickly putting opponents behind with
big plays and quick scoring strikes.
• With 13 touchdown drives of four
plays or less, they lead the NFL
• They have scored a 50-plus-yard
touchdown in seven games this sea-
son and are tied for second in the
league with 16 touchdowns of 20 or
more yards
• They are also tied for third in the NFL with 13 passing touch-
downs of 20 or more yards
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Team Big Passes TDs
NY Giants 61 15
Indianapolis 61 14
Philadelphia 61 13
Green Bay 54 13
New Orleans 58 13
BIG PASS TDS (20+ YARDS)
Team Big Plays TDs
Indianapolis 67 17
Philadelphia 68 16
Green Bay 65 16
New Orleans 72 15
NY Giants 69 15
BIG PLAY TDS (20+ YARDS)
Team <4 Play TDs
Phi 13
NO 11
GB 10
Two teams tied with 8
QUICK STRIKE DRIVES
The Eagles feature one of the most high-
powered offenses in the NFL, averaging 28.6
points per game this season
• They have scored a franchise record 429
points this season, surpassing the previ-
ous record of 416 set in 2008
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Team Pts/G
New Orleans 33.3
San Diego 28.7
Philadelphia 28.6
Green Bay 28.5
POINTS PER GAME
OFFENSIVE NEWS & NOTES
The West Coast Offense puts great emphasis on spreading the ball
around to all targets. 12 different players have caught a pass and six
have caught a touchdown for the Eagles in 2009.
• The Eagles offense features four differ-
ent players who have combined for ten
100-yard receiving games.
• They are one of only four teams with five
players totaling 38-plus catches and
three or more players with four-plus
touchdown receptions
• If Celek gets 25 yards in the final game,
it would mark the first time in franchise
history that the Eagles will boast two
players with 900-plus yards receiving in a
season (Celek, Jackson)
• If Maclin gets 85 yards in the final game, the Eagles will boast
three players with 800-plus yards receiving in a season for the
first time in team history (Celek, Jackson, Maclin)
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Team 100-yd Games
New England 11
Philadelphia 10
San Diego 10
Pittsburgh 10
Dallas 10
Indianapolis 9
Green Bay 9
100-YARD RECEIVING
GAMES
4+ TDs
Team 4+ TDs
Green Bay 5
NY Giants 4
Minnesota 4
Houston 4
Indianapolis 4
Pittsburgh 4
Philadelphia 3
Three teams also with 3
38+ Catches
Team 38+ Catches
Minnesota 6
New Orleans 6
Philadelphia 5
Chicago 5
Indianapolis 5
Houston 5
Seattle 5
NUMBER OF PLAYERS WITH...
One aspect of the West Coast Offense
that has made the Eagles offense so
successful has been the receivers’
ability to run after the catch and make
big plays with their feet.
• Since 2004, the Eagles offense
ranks third in the NFL with 11,414
YAC
• The Eagles are also rank tied for first in the NFL in YAC avg. (5.6)
since 2004
• In each of the last five seasons (2004-08), the Eagles have fin-
ished in the top seven in the NFL in terms of YAC
Note: YAC statistics are compiled by Stats, Inc. on Wed. and do not include
the most recent game.
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Team Total Avg.
Green Bay 11,565 5.3
New Orleans 11,499 5.2
Philadelphia 11,414 5.6
New England 11,294 5.4
Minnesota 10,498 5.6
MOST YAC SINCE 2004
The Eagles offense has
been one of the most
prolific in the NFL since
2004, ranking among the
league’s best in many of
the important offensive
categories.
Note: YAC statistics are
compiled by Stats, Inc. on
Wed. and do not include the
most recent game.
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Category Total NFL/NFC
Yds./Touch 7.9 1st/1st
YAC Avg. 5.6 t-1st/t-1st
Big Plays Passing** 207 1st/1st
YAC 11,414 3rd/3rd
Big Play Rushing Pct.* 12.3 4th/4th
TD/INT 1.87 4th/1st
Scrimm. Yds./Game 368.1 5th/3rd
Passing TDs 158 6th/3rd
Pass Yds./Game 245.7 6th/4th
*Rushing plays of 10+ yards
**Passing plays of 25+ yards
NOTABLE OFFENSIVE RANKINGS
SINCE 2004
The Eagles offense has been notoriously explosive in recent history,
having registered 514 “Big Plays” since 2002, the highest total in
the NFL during that span. They have totaled at least 60 big plays in
eight of the last nine seasons (2002-2009).
• The Eagles rank fifth in the NFL with 68 plays of 20-or-more
yards in 2009
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Team ‘02 ‘03 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 Totals
PHI 65 60 67 57 74 60 63 68 514
NO 59 53 67 57 71 52 75 72 506
SD 57 58 64 59 61 60 59 71 489
DAL 43 55 58 49 66 68 66 68 473
GB 51 62 69 45 56 67 58 65 473
STL 65 71 74 48 71 52 50 42 473
MOST PLAYS OF 20 YARDS-OR-MORE SINCE 2002
Since 2004, the Eagles have been one
of the most prolific offenses in the
NFL, averaging 7.9 yards per touch
and 368.1 yards per game.
• In four of the last five seasons, the
Eagles have finished in the top 10 in
the NFL in terms of total offense.
Through 15 games in 2009 they rank
10th in that category
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Team Yards/Game
New England 380.9
New Orleans 379.3
Indianapolis 375.9
Green Bay 371.8
Philadelphia 368.1
SCRIMMAGE YARDS/GAME
SINCE 2004
In their last five games, the Eagles
have engineered seven 80-plus-
yard drives (all resulting in touch-
downs), compared to just three (all
touchdowns) in their first 10 games.
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Drives TDs
First 10 games 3 3
Last 5 games 7 7
80-YARD DRIVES
The Eagles defense has been able to dial up pressure from a vari-
ety of different spots on the field this season. Additionally, McDer-
mott is a believer in keeping players fresh and using their strengths
to the defense’s advantage.
• As a result, McDermott’s unit features 15 different players with a
half sack and nine with a pick
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DEFENSIVE NEWS & NOTES
One of the brightest young defensive coaches in the league, Sean
McDermott is in his 11th season in Philadelphia. McDermott was
named defensive coordinator in 2009, after successful stints as a
secondary coach and as a linebackers coach. Under McDermott’s
watch the defense has continued to be stout against both the rush
and pass
“BLITZ, AND BLITZ AGAIN”
Since taking over for long-time defensive coordinator Jim Johnson,
Sean McDermott has stayed true to his predecessor’s words, em-
phasizing the importance of being aggressive and creating
turnovers by pressuring the quarterback
McDermott on the importance of pressuring on the quarterback:
“Pressure on the quarterback is highly important. It’s important
that we get pressure on the quarterback, not only from blitz op-
portunities, but from the front four. That’s something we’re work-
ing to establish and [we’ll] continue to throw fastballs at that
quarterback and we affect his vision or his footwork or his arm.
We’re going to continue to work in that direction.”
• In 2009, the Eagles defense has forced 37 turnovers (24 INTs, 13
FRs), which is tied for second in the league
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Against the Run
Stat Eagles
Yards/Game 99.7
Yards/Carry 3.9
Tackles for Loss 50
Against the Pass
Stat Eagles
Yards/Game 211.1
INTs 24
Sacks 42
EAGLES DEFENSE IN 2009
Sacks
Team Players
NY Giants 18
San Diego 16
Cleveland 16
Philadelphia 15
two teams teams with 14
Interceptions
Team Players
Buffalo 12
New Orleans 11
Baltimore 10
Philadelphia 9
Three teams also with 9
2009 NUMBER OF PLAYERS WITH...
After struggling to force turnovers in
2007, the coaches and players placed
a heavy emphasis on that area in 2008
and it paid off. That trend has contin-
ued into 2009, as the Eagles rank tied
for second in the NFL with 37 take-
aways (24 interceptions, 13 fumbles)
• Opposing QBs have attempted 550
passes against McDermott’s ball-
hawking defense, which is averaging
one pick for every 22.9 pass attempts
• A testament to their attacking men-
tality the Eagles are among the
league leaders with nine players in-
tercepting at least one pass this season
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Year INTs FRs TDs
2007 11 8 0
2008 15 14 5
2009 24 13 4
TAKEAWAYS COMPARISON
Team Takeways
New Orleans 39
Green Bay 37
Philadelphia 37
Carolina 34
San Francisco 33
NFL TAKEAWAY LEADERS
The Eagles defense leads the NFL in
terms of third down conversions. Oppo-
nents have converted just 10 of 20 at-
tempts (50.0%) on third-and-one, and
just 23 of 47 attempts (48.9%) on third-
and-short (third-and-three or less)
• In 11 wins this season, they have held
opponents to a 31.1% conversion per-
centage on third down (42 for 151) and forced 32 turnovers
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Date, Opponent Result Score 3rd Down Conv. Takeaways
9/7 vs. Carolina W 38-10 3-16 (18.8%) 7
9/27 vs. Kansas City W 34-14 0-11 (0.0%) 1
10/11 vs. Tampa Bay W 33-14 9-18 (50.0%) 3
10/26 at Washington W 27-17 2-5 (40.0%) 4
11/01 vs. NY Giants W 40-17 8-16 (50.0%) 3
11/22 at Chicago W 24-20 3-16 (19.0%) 1
11/29 vs Washington W 27-24 8-17 (47.0%) 2
12/06 at Atlanta W 34-7 4-14 (29.0%) 3
12/13 at NY Giants W 45-38 5-12 (42.0%) 3
12/20 vs. 49ers W 27-13 0-11 (0.0%) 4
12/27 vs. Broncos W 30-27 5-15 (33.3%) 1
Totals 11 359-201 47-151 (31.1%) 32
2009 EAGLES 3RD-DOWN DEFENSE IN WINS
Team Opp. 3rd Down
NY Jets 32.7
Philadelphia 32.7
Miami 33.7
Arizona 35.0
Oakland 35.1
3RD-DOWN DEFENSE
One of the keys to the Eagles success on de-
fense in 2009 has been their ability to force op-
ponents into difficult down and distance
situations by creating negative plays. Through
15 games the Eagles rank third in the NFL,
forcing 103 negative plays for a loss of 423
total yards.
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DEFENSIVE NEWS & NOTES
CBs Sheldon Brown and Asante Samuel have
consistently locked down opposing receivers,
while also making it a costly decision to throw
their way as they have combined for 14 picks.
• The Eagles rank fourth in the NFL with 24
INTs in 15 games
• Brown and Samuel have emerged as one of
the top CB tandems in the NFL
• Since 2003 they rank first and second in the NFL in terms of
knockdowns
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Team INTs
Green Bay 27
Buffalo 26
New Orleans 26
Philadelphia 24
NFL INT LEADERS
Team Neg Plays
Oakland 108
Minnesota 106
Philadelphia 103
NY Giants 102
Washington 101
NEGATIVE PLAYS
Players (INTs) Team Tot
Asante Samuel (9), Sheldon Brown (5) Phi 14
Jonathan Joseph (6), Leon Hall (6) CIn 12
Charles Woodson (8), Tramon Williams (3) GB 11
Five teams tied with 8
NFL’S TOP CB TANDEMS
The Eagles defense has consistently ranked among the league lead-
ers in sacks over the past three decades. Here’s a breakdown with
the individual leader in each category:
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Sack leaders since 1982
Philadelphia 1,268
(White, 124)
New Orleans 1,215
NY Giants 1,163
Oakland 1,157
Two teams with 1,149
Sack leaders since 2000
Pittsburgh 437
Philadelphia 432
(Cole, 47)
Miami 419
NY Giants 412
Baltimore 396
Sack leaders (1990-99)
New Orleans 472
Philadelphia 443
(Simmons, 45)
Kansas City 435
Minnesota 427
Pittsburgh 426
Sack leaders (1982-89)
Chicago 431
Oakland 406
NY Giants 396
Philadelphia 393
(White, 81)
Washington 392
SACK LEADERS BY DECADE
Over the years, the Ea-
gles defense always
seems to buckle down in
the red zone and come
up with clutch goal-line
stands. Since 1999, the
Eagles have been the
most elite team in the
NFL at stuffing oppo-
nents, when faced with
first-and-goal situations from at-or-inside their own 5-yard line.
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Trips TDs FGs Pts./Trip
132 87 29 5.27
Statistic NFL Rank
TD% 65.9% 1st
Pts./Trip 5.27 1st
Scoring% 87.9% 6th
1ST-AND-GOAL DEFENSE
AT-OR-INSIDE 5-YARD LINE SINCE 1999
Led by QB hunter Trent Cole, the Eagles
defense has aggressively pursed opposing
quarterbacks. They have accumulated 42
sacks, including two-or-more in 12 games
• Cole has dragged down the quarterback
in 12 of 15 games this season
• Cole ranks fifth in the NFL with 12.5
sacks in 2009
• He also leads the NFL with 116.5 sack yards
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Team Sacks
Minnesota 45
Pittsburgh 44
Philadelphia 42
Arizona 42
Miami 41
MOST SACKS - NFL
APPROACHING MILESTONES
RB Brian Westbrook
• With 22 more rushing yards, Westbrook can reach 6,000 for his
career, becoming just the second Eagle ever (Wilbert Mont-
gomery) to do so
WR DeSean Jackson
• Jackson has accumulated eight 50-
plus yard touchdowns this season,
tying the NFL record set by Elroy
“Crazy Legs” Hirsch (1951) and
Devin Hester (2007)
• With five 100-yard receiving
games this season, needs
one more to tie Irving Fryar
(1997) and Mike Quick (1983)
for the second-most in team
history. Terrell Owens had 7
in 2004
• With 1,120 receiving yards
this season, needs 81 to sur-
pass Terrell Owens’ total of
1,200 in 2004 which is the
highest of any receiver under
Andy Reid and the fifth-best
in team history
• With 2 punt return TDs this season, is tied with Brian Westbrook
(2003) for the single-season team record
K David Akers
• Akers has connected on 12 40-plus-yard FGs this season, which
is the 2nd-best single-season total in his career. His personal
record is 17
• He is also closing in on personal bests in terms of field goals,
points, and touchbacks
CB Asante Samuel
• Samuel leads the team with 9 INTs,
which is tied for second place in team
history for the most in a single sea-
son
• Only seven players in NFL history
have had two 10-INT seasons in their
career. He needs one more to join that
list. The last player to do so was Paul Krause (‘64 and ‘75)
RB LeSean McCoy
• McCoy (870 yards) is closing in on the rookie record for scrim-
mage yards in a season, trailing DeSean Jackson (1,008)
• With 4 rushing TDs, he also needs one to tie for the most with 5
CB Sheldon Brown
• Should Brown record one more INT, he and CB Asante Samuel
will become the first pair of Eagles teammates with six-or-more
in a season since 1986 (Andre Waters - 6; Roynell Young - 6)
• The last Eagles tandem with 7 INTs apiece was in 1950 (Joe Sut-
ton - 8; Russ Craft - 7)
• Brown has 5 career defensive touchdowns (3 INT returns, 2 fum-
ble returns), which is tied for the team record with Eric Allen and
Seth Joyner
• Brown has played in 127 consecutive games and can pass Jerry
Sisemore for 8th place in team history in that category
TE Brent Celek
• Celek is moving up the list of sin-
gle-season records among Eagles
TEs, needing five for the second-
highest total in team history
WR Jeremy Maclin
• Maclin is also approaching the team rookie records for receptions
and receiving yards
• The Eagles can become the first team in NFL history to have three
players 24 years old or younger (Maclin - 21, Jackson - 23, Celek
- 24) with 50-plus catches, 750-plus yards and four-plus TDs
Additional Milestones
• With 47 touchdowns this season, the Eagles can eclipse the team
record of 50 set in 1948
• The Eagles have racked up 4,157 passing yards this season, trail-
ing the team record of 4,309 set in 2006
• With 5,498 total net yards this season, the Eagles are 268 yards
shy of the second-highest total in team history (5,766 yards in
1980). The team record is 6,103 set in 2006
• The Eagles have the opportunity to close out the season on a 7-
game winning streak, which would be the second-longest in team
history (8 in a row in 1949 (regular season)
• If Celek gets 25 yards in the Cowboys game, it would mark the
first time in franchise history that the Eagles will boast two play-
ers with 900-plus yards receiving in a season (Celek, Jackson)
• If Maclin gets 85 yards in the Cowboys game, the Eagles will boast
three players with 800-plus yards receiving in a season for the
first time in team history (Celek, Jackson, Maclin)
FIELD GOALS
Year FGs
2008 33
2009 32
2002 30
2000 29
POINTS
Year Pts
2008 144
2009 139
2002 133
2004 122
40-PLUS FGs
Year FGs
2004 17
2009 12
2008 10
TOUCHBACKS
Year TBs
2008 17
2004 12
2006 11
2009 10
AKERS SINGLE-SEASON BESTS
Player (year) TDs
DeSean Jackson (2009) 8
Elroy Hirsch (1951) 8
Devin Hester (2007) 8
MOST 50-PLUS-YARD TDs
Player (year) Yards
1. Mike Quick (1983) 1,409
2. Irving Fryar (1997) 1,316
3. Ben Hawkins (1967) 1,265
4. Mike Quick (1985) 1,247
5. Terrell Owens (2004) 1,200
6. Irving Fryar (1996) 1,195
7. Pete Retzlaff (1965) 1,190
8. Tommy McDonald (1962) 1,146
9. Tommy McDonald (1961) 1,144
10. Fred Barnett (1994) 1,127
11. DeSean Jackson (2009) 1,120
MOST RECEIVING YARDS
EAGLES SINGLE-SEASON
Player (year) INTs
Bill Bradley (1971) 11
Asante Samuel (2009) 9
Bill Bradley (1972) 9
Don Burroughs (1960) 9
Ed Bawel (1955) 9
MOST INTs IN A SEASON
EAGLES ALL-TIME
Player (year) Rec
1. Keith Jackson (1988) 81
2. Brent Celek (2009) 69
3. Chad Lewis (2000) 69
4. Pete Retzlaff (1965) 66
Player (year) TDs
1. Pete Retzlaff (1965) 10
2. Brent Celek (2009) 8
Pete Retzlaff (1964) 8
Pete Retzlaff (1961) 8
EAGLES SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS AMONG TIGHT ENDS
Player (year) Rec
2. DeSean Jackson (2008) 62
3. Don Looney (1940) 58
4. Charle Young (1973) 55
5. Jeremy Maclin (2009) 52
Player (year) Yards
2. Keith Jackson (1988) 869
3. Charle Young (1973) 854
4. Fred Barnett (1990) 721
5. Jeremy Maclin (2009) 715
EAGLES ALL-TIME ROOKIE RECEIVING
Player (year) Yards
1. Pete Retzlaff (1965) 1190
2. Pete Retzlaff (1963) 895
3. Brent Celek (2009) 875
4. Keith Jackson (1988) 869
MOST YARDS - EAGLES TEs
IN MEMORY OF JIM JOHNSON
On Tuesday July 28, 2009 long-time Eagles defensive
coordinator Jim Johnson passed away after a coura-
geous battle with cancer. A twenty-two year veteran,
Johnson was regarded as one of the top defensive
masterminds in National Football League history. To
honor Johnson the Eagles will wear a black “JJ”
decal on the back of their helmets for the entire 2009 season. In ad-
dition, Eagles Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Lurie plans to add Jim
Johnson’s name to the Eagles Honor Roll.
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Eagles Chairman Jeffrey Lurie: “For ten years, Jim Johnson was an
exceptional coach for the Philadelphia Eagles, but more impor-
tantly, he was an outstanding human being. As an integral part of
the Eagles family, Jim epitomized the traits of what a great coach
should be – a teacher, a leader, and a winner.“
Eagles President Joe Banner: “Jim was a strong, wise man; ab-
solutely dedicated to his family and friends. While his presence will
be missed, his legacy of excellence will be felt for years to come.”
Eagles head coach Andy Reid: “He really represented everything
this city is all about with his toughness and grit and that’s the way
he fought this cancer.”
Eagles defensive coordinator Sean McDermott: “Everyone wants to
talk about what a defensive wizard he was and there is no doubt
about that, but first and foremost he was a good person and an ex-
cellent father, husband, grandfather. It’s important that we don’t
lose sight of that.”
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh: “Jim was a tremendous
teacher of football and life. He had a special ability to bring out the
best in people while getting you to see the best in yourself.”
Broncos Safety Brian Dawkins: “Jim was tailor-made to coach in
Philadelphia. He was a tough coach who wasn’t afraid to let you
know how he was feeling, but at the same time, he cared about us
deeply.”
Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo: “Jim meant the world to me,
both personally and professionally. I am very blessed to have had
the privilege to work for him and with him.”
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The Jim Johnson Melanoma Research Fund was set up to help
defeat the disease that claimed the life of our beloved defensive
coordinator. Below is the donation information…
Jim Johnson Melanoma Research Fund
c/o Tricia Bruning
Abramson Cancer Center
3535 Market Street
Suite 750
Philadelphia, PA 19104
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Defensive coordinator Jim Johnson was widely considered one of
the premier defensive minds in the NFL. He consistently put to-
gether a balanced unit that excelled over the years. Johnson’s abil-
ity to bring pressure from anywhere on the field gave opposing
offenses all kinds of trouble. From 2000 to 2008, his units ranked
near the top of the NFL in many of the most important defensive
categories:
Johnson consistently put his team in a position to win, allowing 17-
points-or-fewer in 55.0% of regular season games. The Eagles
were almost unbeatable, boasting a 71-16-1 record, when they did.
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Statistic Total NFL rank
Sacks 390 2nd
Tackles for a loss 457 t-2nd
Forced Fumbles 159 2nd
Red zone TD efficiency 43.9% (175/399) 2nd
3rd down efficiency 34.0% (686/2,016) 2nd
Fewest points allowed 2,546 (17.7 per game) 4th
Passer rating 75.2 4th
HOW JOHNSON’S DEFENSE RANKED FROM 2000-2008
Points Allowed Games (% of total games) W/L (pct.)
17 or fewer 88 (55.0) 71-16-1 (.813)
18-24 36 (22.5) 19-17 (.528)
25 or more 36 (22.5) 7-29 (.194)
POINTS ALLOWED BY THE EAGLES DEFENSE UNDER JIM JOHNSON
(160 REGULAR SEASON GAMES)
Johnson did a great job of bringing pressure from all angles in 2008.
Altogether, 16 different players notched a sack, which was the 2nd-
highest total in the NFL.
• Each defensive position produced at least one sack
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Team Players
NYJ 17
Philadelphia 16
3 teams with 14
NUMBER OF PLAYERS
WITH A SACK
Position Sacks
Defensive ends 30.0
Safeties 6.0
Linebackers 5.5
Defensive tackles 4.5
Cornerbacks 2.0
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2009 DEPTH CHART
OFFENSE
WR 18 Jeremy Maclin 80 Kevin Curtis
LT 71 Jason Peters 79 Todd Herremans 65 King Dunlap
LG 79 Todd Herremans 59 Nick Cole 77 Mike McGlynn
C 59 Nick Cole 77 Mike McGlynn 66 Dallas Reynolds
RG 62 Max Jean-Gilles 76 Stacy Andrews
RT 74 Winston Justice 65 King Dunlap
TE 87 Brent Celek 82 Alex Smith 89 Martin Rucker
WR 10 DeSean Jackson 81 Jason Avant 86 Reggie Brown
FB 43 Leonard Weaver
RB 36 Brian Westbrook 29 LeSean McCoy 34 Eldra Buckley
QB 5 Donovan McNabb 4 Kevin Kolb 7 Michael Vick
DEFENSE
LDE 75 Juqua Parker 95 Victor Abiamiri 91 Chris Clemons
LDT 98 Mike Patterson 93 Trevor Laws
RDT 97 Brodrick Bunkley 64 Antonio Dixon
RDE 58 Trent Cole 90 Darren Howard 94 Jason Babin
WILL 50 Will Witherspoon 56 Akeem Jordan 52 Tracy White
MLB 54 Jeremiah Trotter 56 Akeem Jordan 51 Joe Mays
SAM 53 Moise Fokou 57 Chris Gocong
LCB 22 Asante Samuel 21 Joselio Hanson 30 Geoffrey Pope
RCB 24 Sheldon Brown 23 Dimitri Patterson
SS 27 Quintin Mikell 39 Quintin Demps
FS 26 Sean Jones 35 Macho Harris
SPECIAL TEAMS
P 6 Sav Rocca
K 2 David Akers
H 6 Sav Rocca 81 Jason Avant
PR 10 DeSean Jackson 18 Jeremy Maclin
KOR 39 Quintin Demps 35 Macho Harris 18 Jeremy Maclin
LS 46 Jon Dorenbos 90 Darren Howard 87 Brent Celek
Underline - rookies and first-year players [player] - injured
Victor Abiamiri . .ahb-ee-ah-MEER-ee
Jason Babin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BAB-in
Gerald Cadogan . . . . . . . .kuh-DOAG-in
Brent Celek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SELL-ick
Jon Dorenbos . . . . . . . . . . .DORN-boss
Moise Fokou . . . . . . . . .moses FOE-koo
Max Jean-Gilles . . . . . . .gene-GILL-iss
Chris Gocong . . . . . . . . . . . . . .GO-kong
Joselio Hanson . . . . . . .ho-SAIL-ee-oh
Todd Herremans . . . . .HARE-uh-mens
Greg Isdaner . . . . . . . . . . . . .IS-dane-er
Kevin Kolb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .COBB
Jeremy Maclin . . . . . . . . . . . . .MACK-lin
Quintin Mikell . . . . . . . . . . . . .MICHAEL
Juqua Parker . . . . . . . . . . . . .juh-KWAY
Sav Rocca . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ROCK-ah
Rory Segrest . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SEE-grist
Fenuki Tupou . . .fen-OO-key TWO-poe
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Andy Reid . .Exec. VP of football operations/head coach
Marty Mornhinweg . . .asst. head coach/off. coordinator
Sean McDermott . . . . . . . . . . . . . .defensive coordinator
Ted Daisher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .special teams coordinator
Mike Caldwell . . . . . . . . . . . . . .defensive quality control
Juan Castillo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .offensive line
David Culley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .wide receivers
Tom Melvin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .tight ends
Jeff Nixon . . . . . . . . . . . . . .special teams quality control
Doug Pederson . . . . . . . . . . . . . .offensive quality control
Rory Segrest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .defensive line
Bill Shuey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .linebackers
Brian Stewart . . . . . . . . . . . . . .special assistant/defense
James Urban . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .quarterbacks
Ted Williams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .running backs
Mike Wolf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .strength and conditioning
Jay Merlino . . . . . . .assistant strength and conditioning
Barry Rubin . . . . . . .strength and conditioning assistant
Michael Zordich . . . . . . . . . . . .defensive coaching intern
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as of December 29, 2009 NFL
NO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN How Acq.
95 Abiamiri, Victor DE 6-4 267 1/14/86 23 3 Notre Dame Baltimore, Md. D2b-07
2 Akers, David K 5-10 200 12/09/74 35 11 Louisville Lexington, Ky. FA-99
76 Andrews, Stacy G/T 6-7 342 6/02/81 28 6 Mississippi Camden, Ark. FA-Cin-09
81 Avant, Jason WR 6-0 212 4/20/83 26 4 Michigan Chicago, Il. D4b-06
94 Babin, Jason DE 6-3 267 5/24/80 29 5 Western Michigan Paw Paw, Mi. FA-09
86 Brown, Reggie WR 6-1 197 1/13/81 28 5 Georgia Carrollton, Ga. D2a-05
24 Brown, Sheldon CB 5-10 200 3/19/79 30 8 South Carolina Ft. Lawn, SC D2b-02
34 Buckley, Eldra RB 5-9 207 6/23/85 24 1 Tennessee-Chattanooga Charleston, Ms. W-SD-09
97 Bunkley, Brodrick DT 6-2 306 11/23/83 26 4 Florida State Tampa, Fl. D1-06
87 Celek, Brent TE 6-4 255 1/25/85 24 3 Cincinnati Cincinnati, Oh. D5b-07
91 Clemons, Chris DE 6-2 240 10/30/81 28 6 Georgia Griffin, Ga. FA-Oak-08
59 Cole, Nick G/C 6-0 350 7/28/84 25 4 New Mexico State Lawton, Ok. FA-06
58 Cole, Trent LB/DE 6-3 270 10/05/82 27 5 Cincinnati Xenia, Oh. D5a-05
80 Curtis, Kevin WR 6-0 186 7/17/78 31 7 Utah State South Jordan, Ut. FA-Stl-07
39 Demps, Quintin FS 5-11 206 6/29/85 24 2 Texas-El Paso San Antonio, Tx. D4b-08
64 Dixon, Antonio DT 6-3 322 6/30/85 24 R Miami, Fl. Miami, Fl. W-Was-09
46 Dorenbos, Jon LS 6-0 250 7/21/80 29 7 Texas-El Paso Garden Grove, Ca. FA-06
65 Dunlap, King T 6-8 310 9/09/85 24 2 Auburn Brentwood, Tn. D7-08
53 Fokou, Moise LB 6-1 233 8/28/85 24 R Maryland Potomac, Md. D7b-09
57 Gocong, Chris LB 6-2 263 11/16/83 26 4 Cal Poly San Luis ObispoCarpinteria, Ca. D3-06
21 Hanson, Joselio CB 5-9 185 8/13/81 28 5 Texas Tech Playa Del Rey, Ca. FA-06
35 Harris, Macho S 5-11 198 2/16/86 23 R Virginia Tech Highland Springs, Va. D5b-09
79 Herremans, Todd G/T 6-6 321 10/13/82 27 5 Saginaw Valley State Ravenna, Mi. D4b-05
90 Howard, Darren DE 6-3 260 11/19/76 33 10 Kansas State St. Petersburg, Fl. FA-NO-06
10 Jackson, DeSean WR 5-10 175 12/01/86 23 2 California Long Beach, Ca. D2b-08
62 Jean-Gilles, Max G 6-3 358 11/19/83 26 4 Georgia Miami, Fl. D4a-06
26 Jones, Sean S 6-1 220 3/02/82 27 6 Georgia Atlanta, Ga. FA-Cle-09
56 Jordan, Akeem LB 6-1 230 8/17/85 24 3 James Madison Harrisonburg, Va. FA-07
74 Justice, Winston T 6-6 320 9/14/84 25 4 USC Long Beach, Ca. D2-06
4 Kolb, Kevin QB 6-3 218 8/24/84 25 3 Houston Stephenville, Tx. D2a-07
93 Laws, Trevor DT 6-1 304 6/14/85 24 2 Notre Dame Apple Valley, Minn. D2a-08
18 Maclin, Jeremy WR 6-0 198 5/11/88 21 R Missouri Kirkwood, Mo. D1-09
51 Mays, Joe LB 5-11 246 7/06/85 24 2 North Dakota State Chicago, Il. D6b-08
29 McCoy, LeSean RB 5-10 198 7/12/88 21 R Pittsburgh Harrisburg, Pa. D2-09
77 McGlynn, Mike G 6-4 315 3/08/85 24 2 Pittsburgh Austintown, Oh. D4a-08
5 McNabb, Donovan QB 6-2 240 11/25/76 33 11 Syracuse Chicago, Il. D1-99
27 Mikell, Quintin S 5-10 206 9/16/80 29 7 Boise State Eugene, Or. FA-03
75 Parker, Juqua DE 6-2 250 5/15/78 31 9 Oklahoma State Houston, Tx. FA-05
23 Patterson, Dimitri CB 5-10 190 6/18/83 26 4 Tuskegee Orlando, Fl. FA-09
98 Patterson, Mike DT 6-1 300 9/01/83 26 5 USC Los Alamitos, Ca. D1-05
71 Peters, Jason T 6-4 340 1/22/82 27 6 Arkansas Queen City, Tx. T-Buf-09
30 Pope, Geoffrey CB 6-0 186 6/21/84 25 2 Howard Detroit, Mi. FA-Cin-09
66 Reynolds, Dallas C 6-4 314 4/23/84 25 R BYU Provo, Ut. FA-09
6 Rocca, Sav P 6-5 265 11/20/73 36 3 None Lakeside, Australia FA-07
89 Rucker, Martin TE 6-5 260 5/04/85 24 2 Missouri St. Joseph, Mo. FA-09
22 Samuel, Asante CB 5-10 185 1/06/81 28 7 Central Florida Lauderdale Lakes, Fl. FA-NE-08
82 Smith, Alex TE 6-4 258 5/22/82 27 5 Stanford Denver, Co. FA-09
54 Trotter, Jeremiah LB 6-1 260 1/20/77 32 11 Stephen F. Austin Hooks, Tx. FA-09
7 Vick, Michael QB 6-0 215 6/26/80 29 8 Virginia Tech Newport News, Va. FA-09
43 Weaver, Leonard FB 6-0 250 9/23/82 27 5 Carson-Newman Satellite, Fl. FA-Sea-09
36 Westbrook, Brian RB 5-10 203 9/02/79 30 8 Villanova Ft. Washington, Md. D3-02
52 White, Tracy LB 6-0 230 4/14/81 28 7 Howard St. Stephen, SC FA-08
50 Witherspoon, Will LB 6-1 240 8/19/80 29 8 Georgia Panama City, Fl. T-Stl-09
INJURED RESERVE
73 Andrews, Shawn T/G 6-4 335 12/25/82 27 6 Arkansas Camden, Ark. D1-04
55 Bradley, Stewart LB 6-4 255 11/02/83 26 3 Nebraska Salt Lake City, Ut. D3a-07
96 Gaither, Omar LB 6-2 235 3/18/84 25 4 Tennessee Charlotte, NC D5b-06
31 Hobbs, Ellis CB 5-9 195 5/16/83 26 5 Iowa State DeSoto, Tx. T-NE-09
67 Jackson, Jamaal C 6-4 330 5/08/80 29 6 Delaware State Miami, Fl. FA-03
78 Tupou, Fenuki T 6-5 314 5/01/85 24 R Oregon Antelope, Ca. D5c-09
88 Ingram, Cornelius TE 6-4 245 6/10/85 24 R Florida Hawthorne, Fl. D5a-09
PRACTICE SQUAD
63 Cadogan, Gerald T 6-5 309 1/16/86 23 R Penn State Portsmouth, Oh. FA-09
11 Collins, Dobson WR 6-2 178 7/12/87 22 R Gardner-Webb Stone Mountain, Ga. FA-09
48 Gamble, Joel FB 6-2 256 12/25/82 27 1 Shippensburg Baltimore, Md. FA-09
45 Harrison, Brandon S 5-9 202 11/6/86 23 R Michigan Dayton, OH FA-09
32 Hill, P.J. RB 5-10 225 1/03/87 23 R Wisconsin East Elmhurst, NY FA-NO-09
68 Isdaner, Greg T 6-4 325 2/25/87 22 R West Virginia Merion, Pa. FA-09
84 Norwood, Jordan WR 5-11 179 9/29/86 23 R Penn State State College, Pa. FA-09
37 Roberson, Chris CB 5-11 190 6/03/83 26 4 Eastern Michigan Farmington Hills, Mi. FA-09
2009 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
as of December 29, 2009 NFL
NO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN How Acq. ‘09 GP/GS/IA
2 David Akers K 5-10 200 12/09/74 35 11 Louisville Lexington, Ky. FA-99 15/0
4 Kevin Kolb QB 6-3 218 8/24/84 25 3 Houston Stephenville, Tx. D2a-07 5/2/8
5 Donovan McNabb QB 6-2 240 11/25/76 33 11 Syracuse Chicago, Il. D1-99 13/13/2
6 Sav Rocca P 6-5 265 11/20/73 36 3 None Lakeside, Australia FA-07 15/0
7 Michael Vick QB 6-0 215 6/26/80 29 8 Virginia Tech Newport News, Va. FA-09 12/1/2
10 DeSean Jackson WR 5-10 175 12/01/86 23 2 California Long Beach, Ca. D2b-08 14/14/1
18 Jeremy Maclin WR 6-0 198 5/11/88 21 R Missouri Kirkwood, Mo. D1-09 14/12/1
21 Joselio Hanson CB 5-9 185 8/13/81 28 5 Texas Tech Playa Del Rey, Ca. FA-06 11/1
22 Asante Samuel CB 5-10 185 1/06/81 28 7 Central Florida Lauderdale Lakes, Fl. FA-NE-08 15/15
23 Dimitri Patterson CB 5-10 190 6/18/83 26 4 Tuskegee Orlando, Fl. FA-09 10/0/5
24 Sheldon Brown CB 5-10 200 3/19/79 30 8 South Carolina Ft. Lawn, SC D2b-02 15/15
26 Sean Jones S 6-1 220 3/02/82 27 6 Georgia Atlanta, Ga. FA-Cle-09 14/9/1
27 Quintin Mikell S 5-10 206 9/16/80 29 7 Boise State Eugene, Or. FA-03 15/15
29 LeSean McCoy RB 5-10 198 7/12/88 21 R Pittsburgh Harrisburg, Pa. D2-09 15/4
30 Geoffrey Pope CB 6-0 186 6/21/84 25 2 Howard Detroit, Mi. FA-Cin-09 5/0/4 (4/0 Cin)
34 Eldra Buckley RB 5-9 207 6/23/85 24 1 Tennessee-Chattanooga Charleston, Ms. W-SD-09 15/0
35 Macho Harris S 5-11 198 2/16/86 23 R Virginia Tech Highland Springs, Va. D5b-09 14/7/1
36 Brian Westbrook RB 5-10 203 9/02/79 30 8 Villanova Ft. Washington, Md. D3-02 7/7/8
39 Quintin Demps FS 5-11 206 6/29/85 24 2 Texas-El Paso San Antonio, Tx. D4b-08 9/0/6
43 Leonard Weaver FB 6-0 250 9/23/82 27 5 Carson-Newman Satellite, Fl. FA-Sea-09 15/7
46 Jon Dorenbos LS 6-0 250 7/21/80 29 7 Texas-El Paso Garden Grove, Ca. FA-06 15/0
50 Will Witherspoon LB 6-1 240 8/19/80 29 8 Georgia Panama City, Fl. T-Stl-09 16/15 (6/6 Stl)
51 Joe Mays LB 5-11 246 7/06/85 24 2 North Dakota State Chicago, Il. D6b-08 10/1/5
52 Tracy White LB 6-0 230 4/14/81 28 7 Howard St. Stephen, SC FA-08 15/0
53 Moise Fokou LB 6-1 233 8/28/85 24 R Maryland Potomac, Md. D7b-09 15/3
54 Jeremiah Trotter LB 6-1 260 1/20/77 32 11 Stephen F. Austin Hooks, Tx. FA-09 12/7
56 Akeem Jordan LB 6-1 230 8/17/85 24 3 James Madison Harrisonburg, Va. FA-07 11/9/4
57 Chris Gocong LB 6-2 263 11/16/83 26 4 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Carpinteria, Ca. D3-06 14/11/1
58 Trent Cole LB/DE 6-3 270 10/05/82 27 5 Cincinnati Xenia, Oh. D5a-05 15/15
59 Nick Cole G/C 6-0 350 7/28/84 25 4 New Mexico State Lawton, Ok. FA-06 15/15
62 Max Jean-Gilles G 6-3 358 11/19/83 26 4 Georgia Miami, Fl. D4a-06 12/4/3
64 Antonio Dixon DT 6-3 322 6/30/85 24 R Miami, Fl. Miami, Fl. W-Was-09 15/0
65 King Dunlap T 6-8 310 9/09/85 24 2 Auburn Brentwood, Tn. D7-08 12/0
66 Dallas Reynolds C 6-4 314 4/23/84 25 R BYU Provo, Ut. FA-09 ---
71 Jason Peters T 6-4 340 1/22/82 27 6 Arkansas Queen City, Tx. T-Buf-09 14/14/1
74 Winston Justice T 6-6 320 9/14/84 25 4 USC Long Beach, Ca. D2-06 15/15
75 Juqua Parker DE 6-2 250 5/15/78 31 9 Oklahoma State Houston, Tx. FA-05 15/10
76 Stacy Andrews G/T 6-7 342 6/02/81 28 6 Mississippi Camden, Ark. FA-Cin-09 9/2/6
77 Mike McGlynn G 6-4 315 3/08/85 24 2 Pittsburgh Austintown, Oh. D4a-08 0/0/15
79 Todd Herremans G/T 6-6 321 10/13/82 27 5 Saginaw Valley State Ravenna, Mi. D4b-05 10/10/5
80 Kevin Curtis WR 6-0 186 7/17/78 31 7 Utah State South Jordan, Ut. FA-Stl-07 3/1/12
81 Jason Avant WR 6-0 212 4/20/83 26 4 Michigan Chicago, Il. D4b-06 15/8
82 Alex Smith TE 6-4 258 5/22/82 27 5 Stanford Denver, Co. FA-09 15/5
86 Reggie Brown WR 6-1 197 1/13/81 28 5 Georgia Carrollton, Ga. D2a-05 13/2/2
87 Brent Celek TE 6-4 255 1/25/85 24 3 Cincinnati Cincinnati, Oh. D5b-07 15/14
89 Martin Rucker TE 6-5 260 5/04/85 24 2 Missouri St. Joseph, Mo. FA-09 0/0/2
90 Darren Howard DE 6-3 260 11/19/76 33 10 Kansas State St. Petersburg, Fl. FA-NO-06 15/0
91 Chris Clemons DE 6-2 240 10/30/81 28 6 Georgia Griffin, Ga. FA-Oak-08 15/0
93 Trevor Laws DT 6-1 304 6/14/85 24 2 Notre Dame Apple Valley, Minn. D2a-08 11/0/4
94 Jason Babin DE 6-3 267 5/24/80 29 5 Western Michigan Paw Paw, Mi. FA-09 11/0/4
95 Victor Abiamiri DE 6-4 267 1/14/86 23 3 Notre Dame Baltimore, Md. D2b-07 12/5/3
97 Brodrick Bunkley DT 6-2 306 11/23/83 26 4 Florida State Tampa, Fl. D1-06 15/15
98 Mike Patterson DT 6-1 300 9/01/83 26 5 USC Los Alamitos, Ca. D1-05 15/15
INJURED RESERVE
31 Ellis Hobbs CB 5-9 195 5/16/83 26 5 Iowa State DeSoto, Tx. T-NE-09 8/0
55 Stewart Bradley LB 6-4 255 11/02/83 26 3 Nebraska Salt Lake City, Ut. D3a-07 ---
67 Jamaal Jackson C 6-4 330 5/08/80 29 6 Delaware State Miami, Fl. FA-03 15/15
73 Shawn Andrews T/G 6-4 335 12/25/82 27 6 Arkansas Camden, Ark. D1-04 0/0/1
78 Fenuki Tupou T 6-5 314 5/01/85 24 R Oregon Antelope, Ca. D5c-09 ---
88 Cornelius Ingram TE 6-4 245 6/10/85 24 R Florida Hawthorne, Fl. D5a-09 ---
96 Omar Gaither LB 6-2 235 3/18/84 25 4 Tennessee Charlotte, NC D5b-06 5/3/1
PRACTICE SQUAD
11 Dobson Collins WR 6-2 178 7/12/87 22 R Gardner-Webb Stone Mountain, Ga. FA-09 ---
32 P.J. Hill RB 5-10 225 1/03/87 23 R Wisconsin East Elmhurst, NY FA-NO-09 0/0/6
37 Chris Roberson CB 5-11 190 6/03/83 26 4 Eastern Michigan Farmington Hills, Mi. FA-09 ---
45 Harrison, Brandon S 5-9 202 11/6/86 23 R Michigan Dayton, OH FA-09 ---
48 Joel Gamble FB 6-2 256 12/25/82 27 1 Shippensburg Baltimore, Md. FA-09 ---
63 Gerald Cadogan T 6-5 309 1/16/86 23 R Penn State Portsmouth, Oh. FA-09 ---
68 Greg Isdaner T 6-4 325 2/25/87 22 R West Virginia Merion, Pa. FA-09 ---
84 Jordan Norwood WR 5-11 179 9/29/86 23 R Penn State State College, Pa. FA-09 1/0
2009 NUMERICAL ROSTER
2009 PARTICIPATION CHART
Game 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Date S13 S20 S27 O11 O18 O26 N1 N8 N15 N22 N29 D6 D13 D20 D27 J3
Opponent @Car NO KC TB @Oak @Was NYG Dal @SD @Chi Was @Atl @NYG SF Den @Dal GP GS IA DNP
Abiamiri, Victor LDE LDE LDE LDE LDE IA IA IA P P P P P P P 12 5 3 0
Akers, David P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P 15 0 0 0
Amendola, Danny PS PS X X X X X X X X X X X X X 0 0 0 0
Andrews, Shawn IA IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR 0 0 1 0
Andrews, Stacy RG P P P P P P P RG IA IA IA IA IA IA 9 2 6 0
Avant, Jason P P WR P P P WR WR P P WR WR WR WR WR 15 8 0 0
Babin, Jason IA P IA IA IA P P P P P P P P P P 11 0 4 0
Baskett, Hank P X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 1 0 0 0
Bradley, Stewart IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR 0 0 0 0
Brown, Reggie IA IA P P P P P P P P P WR P WR P 13 2 2 0
Brown, Sheldon RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB 15 15 0 0
Buckley, Eldra P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P 15 0 0 0
Bunkley, Brodrick RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT 15 15 0 0
Cadogan, Gerald X X X X X X X X X X X X PS PS PS 0 0 0 0
Celek, Brent TE TE TE TE TE TE TE TE TE TE TE TE TE P TE 15 14 0 0
Clemons, Chris P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P 15 0 0 0
Cole, Nick LG LG LG LG LG RG RG RG LG RG RG RG RG RG RG 15 15 0 0
Cole, Trent RDE RDE RDE RDE RDE RDE RDE RDE LDE RDE RDE RDE RDE RDE RDE 15 15 0 0
Collins, Dobson X X X X X PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS 0 0 0 0
Curtis, Kevin WR P IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA P IA 3 1 12 0
Demps, Quintin P IA IA IA P P P P IA IA P P P P IA 9 0 6 0
Dixon, Antonio P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P 15 0 0 0
Dorenbos, Jon P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P 15 0 0 0
Dunlap, King P P P P P P P P P DNP P P DNP DNP P 12 0 0 3
Fanaika, Paul PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS X X X X X 0 0 0 0
Fokou, Moise P P P P P P P SAM SAM P P P P P SAM 15 3 0 0
Gaither, Omar MLB MLB MLB P P IA IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR 5 3 1 0
Gamble, Joel X X X X X X X X X X X X PS PS PS 0 0 0 0
Garcia, Jeff X DNP P X X X X X X X X X X X X 1 0 0 1
Gibson, Brandon IA IA P IA IA X X X X X X X X X X 1 0 4 0
Gibson, Mike PS PS PS PS PS X X X X X X X X X X 0 0 0 0
Gocong, Chris SAM SAM SAM SAM SAM SAM SAM IA MLB SAM P SAM SAM P P 14 11 1 0
Hanson, Joselio P P P P P P P P SUSP SUSP SUSP SUSP P CB P 11 1 0 0
Harris, Macho FS FS FS FS FS FS IA P P P CB P P P P 14 7 1 0
Harrison, Brandon X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 0 0 0 0
Herremans, Todd IA IA IA IA IA LG LG LG LT LG LG LG LG LG LG 10 10 5 0
Hill, P.J. X X X X X X DNP IA IA IA IA IA IA PS PS 0 0 6 1
Hobbs, Ellis P P P P P P P P IR IR IR IR IR IR IR 8 0 0 0
Howard, Darren P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P 15 0 0 0
Ikegwuonu, Jack PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS IA P X X X X X 1 0 1 0
Ingram, Cornelius IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR 0 0 0 0
Isdaner, Greg X X X X X X X X X X PS PS X X X 0 0 0 0
Jackson, DeSean WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR IA WR WR WR 14 14 1 0
Jackson, Jamaal C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 15 15 0 0
Jean-Gilles, Max P RG RG RG RG IA IA IA P P P P P P P 12 4 3 0
Jones, Sean IA P P P P P FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS 14 9 1 0
Jordan, Akeem WILL WILL WILL WILL WILL WILL WILL WILL IA IA IA IA P MLB P 11 9 4 0
Justice, Winston RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT 15 15 0 0
Kolb, Kevin P QB QB P 3dQB 3dQB 3dQB DNP 3dQB 3dQB 3dQB P 3dQB 3dQB DNP 5 2 8 2
Langford, Reshard PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS X 0 0 0 0
Laws, Trevor P P P IA P P P P P P P P IA IA IA 11 0 4 0
Leman, Jeremy PS PS PS PS X X X X X X X X X X X 0 0 0 0
Maclin, Jeremy P WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR P WR IA WR 14 12 1 0
Mailei, Marcus PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS X X X 0 0 0 0
2009 PARTICIPATION CHART
Mays, Joe IA IA P IA IA IA P P P P MLB P P P P 10 1 5 0
McCoy, LeSean P RB RB P P P RB P P P P P RB P P 15 4 0 0
McGlynn, Mike IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA 0 0 15 0
McNabb, Donovan QB IA IA QB QB QB QB QB QB QB QB QB QB QB QB 13 13 2 0
Mikell, Quintin SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS 15 15 0 0
Myers, Rob PS PS X X X X X X X X X X X X X 0 0 0 0
Norwood, Jordan X X PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS P PS PS PS 0 0 0 0
Parker, Juqua P P P P P LDE LDE LDE RDE LDE LDE LDE LDE LDE LDE 15 10 0 0
Patterson, Dimitri P P IA P IA IA IA IA P P P P P P P 10 0 5 0
Patterson, Mike LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT 15 15 0 0
Peters, Jason LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT IA LT LT LT LT LT LT 14 14 1 0
Pope, Geoffrey X X X X X X X X X X IA P IA IA IA 1 0 4 0
Reynolds, Dallas X X X X X PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS 0 0 0 0
Roberson, Chris X X X X X X X X X X X PS PS PS PS 0 0 0 0
Robinson, Ramzee X X X X X X X X P P P X X X X 3 0 0 0
Rocca, Sav P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P 15 0 0 0
Rucker, Martin X X PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS IA IA 0 0 2 0
Samuel, Asante LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB 15 15 0 0
Smith, Alex P P P TE TE P P P TE TE P TE P P P 15 5 0 0
Trotter, Jeremiah X X X MLB MLB MLB P P P MLB P MLB MLB P MLB 12 7 0 0
Tupou, Fenuki IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR 0 0 0 0
Vick, Michael SUSP IA P P P P P P P P P P P QB 3dQB 12 1 2 0
Weaver, Leonard FB P P P P FB P FB P FB FB FB P FB P 15 7 0 0
Westbrook, Brian RB RB IA RB RB RB IA IA RB IA IA IA IA IA RB 7 7 8 0
White, Tracy P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P 15 0 0 0
Witherspoon, Will X X X X X P MLB MLB WILL WILL WILL WILL WILL WILL WILL 10 9 0 0
Woodson, Stoney X X X X PS X X X PS PS PS PS X X X 0 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
Game 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Date S13 S20 S27 O11 O18 O26 N1 N8 N15 N22 N29 D6 D13 D20 D27 J3
Opponent @Car NO KC TB @Oak @Was NYG Dal @SD @Chi Was @Atl @NYG SF Den @Dal GP GS IA DNP
REGULAR SEASON
OPP WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR FB RB QB Other
at Car Curtis Peters N.Cole J.Jackson St.Andrews Justice Celek D.Jackson Weaver Westbrook McNabb
NO Maclin Peters N.Cole J.Jackson Jean-Gilles Justice Celek D.Jackson --- Westbrook Kolb McCoy (RB)
KC Maclin Peters N.Cole J.Jackson Jean-Gilles Justice Celek D.Jackson --- McCoy Kolb Avant (WR)
TB Maclin Peters N.Cole J.Jackson Jean-Gilles Justice Celek D.Jackson --- Westbrook McNabb A.Smith (TE)
at Oak Maclin Peters N.Cole J.Jackson Jean-Gilles Justice Celek D.Jackson --- Westbrook McNabb A.Smith (TE)
at Was Maclin Peters Herremans J.Jackson N.Cole Justice Celek D.Jackson Weaver Westbrook McNabb
NYG Maclin Peters Herremans J.Jackson N.Cole Justice Celek D.Jackson --- McCoy McNabb Avant (WR)
DAL Maclin Peters Herremans J.Jackson N.Cole Justice Celek D.Jackson Weaver --- McNabb Avant (WR)
at SD Maclin Herremans N.Cole J.Jackson St.Andrews Justice Celek D.Jackson --- Westbrook McNabb A.Smith (TE)
at Chi Maclin Peters Herremans J.Jackson N.Cole Justice Celek D.Jackson Weaver --- McNabb A.Smith (TE)
WAS Maclin Peters Herremans J.Jackson N.Cole Justice Celek D.Jackson Weaver --- McNabb Avant (WR)
at Atl R.Brown Peters Herremans J.Jackson N.Cole Justice Celek Avant Weaver --- McNabb A.Smith (TE)
at NYG Maclin Peters Herremans J.Jackson N.Cole Justice Celek D.Jackson --- McCoy McNabb Avant (WR]
SF R.Brown Peters Herremans J.Jackson N.Cole Justice --- D.Jackson Weaver Vick (QB) McNabb Avant (WR)
DEN Maclin Peters Herremans J.Jackson N.Cole Justice Celek D.Jackson --- Westbrook McNabb Avant (WR)
at Dal
REGULAR SEASON
OPP LDE LDT RDT RDE WILL MLB SAM LCB RCB SS FS Other
at Car Abiamiri Patterson Bunkley T.Cole Jordan Gaither Gocong Samuel S.Brown Mikell Harris
NO Abiamiri Patterson Bunkley T.Cole Jordan Gaither Gocong Samuel S.Brown Mikell Harris
KC Abiamiri Patterson Bunkley T.Cole Jordan Gaither Gocong Samuel S.Brown Mikell Harris
TB Abiamiri Patterson Bunkley T.Cole Jordan Trotter Gocong Samuel S.Brown Mikell Harris
at Oak Abiamiri Patterson Bunkley T.Cole Jordan Trotter Gocong Samuel S.Brown Mikell Harris
at Was Parker Patterson Bunkley T.Cole Jordan Trotter Gocong Samuel S.Brown Mikell Harris
NYG Parker Patterson Bunkley T.Cole Jordan Witherspoon Gocong Samuel S.Brown Mikell Jones
DAL Parker Patterson Bunkley T.Cole Jordan Witherspoon Fokou Samuel S.Brown Mikell Jones
at SD T.Cole Patterson Bunkley Parker Witherspoon Gocong Fokou Samuel S.Brown Mikell Jones
at Chi Parker Patterson Bunkley T.Cole Witherspoon Trotter Gocong Samuel S.Brown Mikell Jones
WAS Parker Patterson Bunkley T.Cole Witherspoon Mays --- Samuel S.Brown Mikell Jones Harris (CB)
at Atl Parker Patterson Bunkley T.Cole Witherspoon Trotter Gocong Samuel S.Brown Mikell Jones
at NYG Parker Patterson Bunkley T.Cole Witherspoon Trotter Gocong Samuel S.Brown Mikell Jones
SF Parker Patterson Bunkley T.Cole Witherspoon Jordan --- Samuel S.Brown Mikell Jones Hanson (CB)
DEN Parker Patterson Bunkley T.Cole Witherspoon Trotter Fokou Samuel S.Brown Mikell Jones
at Dal
2009 GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS
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HOW THEY WERE BUILT
EAGLES BY DRAFT ROUND
1st round (7)
Donovan McNabb Phi 1999 (2nd)
Michael Vick Atl 2001 (1st)
Shawn Andrews (IR) Phi 2004 (16th)
Jason Babin Hou 2004 (27th)
Mike Patterson Phi 2005 (31st)
Brodrick Bunkley Phi 2006 (14th)
Jeremy Maclin Phi 2009 (19th)
2nd round (10)
Darren Howard NO 2000
Sheldon Brown Phi 2002
Sean Jones Cle 2004
Reggie Brown Phi 2005
Winston Justice Phi 2006
Kevin Kolb Phi 2007
Victor Abiamiri Phi 2007
DeSean Jackson Phi 2008
Trevor Laws Phi 2008
LeSean McCoy Phi 2009
3rd round (8)
Jeremiah Trotter Phi 1998
Brian Westbrook Phi 2002
Will Witherspoon Car 2002
Kevin Curtis StL 2003
Ellis Hobbs (IR) NE 2005
Alex Smith TB 2005
Chris Gocong Phi 2006
Stewart Bradley (IR) Phi 2007
4th round (7)
Asante Samuel NE 2003
Stacy Andrews Cin 2004
Todd Herremans Phi 2005
Max Jean-Gilles Phi 2006
Jason Avant Phi 2006
Mike McGlynn Phi 2008
Quintin Demps Phi 2008
Martin Rucker Cle 2008
5th round (6)
Trent Cole Phi 2005
Omar Gaither (IR) Phi 2006
Brent Celek Phi 2007
Cornelius Ingram (IR) Phi 2009
Macho Harris Phi 2009
Fenuki Tupou (IR) Phi 2009
6th round (1)
Joe Mays Phi 2008
7th Round (3)
King Dunlap Phi 2008
Moise Fokou Phi 2009
Undrafted (19)
David Akers Car 1997
Juqua Parker Ten 2001
Jamaal Jackson (IR) Phi 2003
Quintin Mikell Phi 2003
Jon Dorenbos Buf 2003
Joselio Hanson SF 2003
Chris Clemons Was 2003
Tracy White Sea 2003
Jason Peters Buf 2004
Dimitri Patterson Was 2005
Leonard Weaver Sea 2005
Nick Cole Phi 2006
Akeem Jordan Phi 2007
Sav Rocca Phi 2007
Eldra Buckley SD 2007
Antonio Dixon Was 2009
Geoffrey Pope Cin 2009
Dallas Reynolds Phi 2009
BY EXPERIENCE AND GAMES
Player Exp GP GS W/Phi
David Akers 11 172 0 171/0
Donovan McNabb 11 147 141
Jeremiah Trotter 11 146 124 115/95
Darren Howard 10 144 94 63/16
Sheldon Brown 8 127 97
Will Witherspoon 8 126 114 10/9
Juqua Parker 9 120 35 79/34
Quintin Mikell 7 107 43
Brian Westbrook 8 106 85
Asante Samuel 7 105 83 30/30
Tracy White 7 93 2 25/0
Jon Dorenbos 7 91 0 52/0
Michael Vick 8 86 69 12/1
Kevin Curtis 7 79 36 28/25
Jason Peters 6 79 69 14/14
Mike Patterson 5 79 69
Trent Cole 5 78 68
Sean Jones 6 74 53 14/9
Alex Smith 5 73 48 15/5
Joselio Hanson 5 72 12 59/9
Stacy Andrews 6 71 34 9/2
Ellis Hobbs 5 71 49 8/0
Jamaal Jackson 6 71 71
Reggie Brown 5 71 45
Chris Clemons 6 67 3 31/0
Jason Babin 5 65 26 11/0
Nick Cole 4 63 21
Todd Herremans 5 62 60
Leonard Weaver 5 61 18 15/7
Brodrick Bunkley 4 61 46
Omar Gaither 4 53 34
Jason Avant 4 53 22
Shawn Andrews 6 50 50
Brent Celek 3 47 25
Sav Rocca 3 47 0
Chris Gocong 4 46 35
Akeem Jordan 3 36 15
Dimitri Patterson 4 33 0 10/0
Stewart Bradley 3 32 17
DeSean Jackson 2 30 29
Max Jean-Gilles 4 28 15
Victor Abiamiri 3 28 6
Trevor Laws 2 27 0
Winston Justice 4 27 16
Quintin Demps 2 25 0
LeSean McCoy R 15 4
Moise Fokou R 15 3
Antonio Dixon R 15 0
Eldra Buckley 1 15 0
Jeremy Maclin R 14 12
Macho Harris R 14 7
Geoffrey Pope 2 13 0 1/0
Kevin Kolb 3 12 2
King Dunlap 2 12 0
Joe Mays 2 12 1
Martin Rucker 2 5 1 0/0
Mike McGlynn 2 3 0
Cornelius Ingram R 0 0
Fenuki Tupou R 0 0
Dallas Reynolds R 0 0
HOW THEY WERE ACQUIRED
1999 David Akers FA
Donovan McNabb D1
2002 Sheldon Brown D2b
Brian Westbrook D3
2003 Jamaal Jackson RFA
Quintin Mikell RFA
2004 Shawn Andrews (IR) D1
2005 Mike Patterson D1
Reggie Brown D2a
Todd Herremans D4b
Trent Cole D5a
Juqua Parker FA
2006 Darren Howard FA-NO
Brodrick Bunkley D1
Winston Justice D2
Chris Gocong D3
Max Jean-Gilles D4a
Jason Avant D4b
Omar Gaither (IR) D5b
Nick Cole RFA
Joselio Hanson FA
Jon Dorenbos FA
2007 Sav Rocca FA
Kevin Curtis FA-Stl
Kevin Kolb D2a
Victor Abiamiri D2b
Stewart Bradley (IR) D3a
Brent Celek D5b
Akeem Jordan RFA
2008 Asante Samuel FA-NE
Chris Clemons FA-Oak
Trevor Laws D2a
DeSean Jackson D2b
Mike McGlynn D4a
Quintin Demps D4b
Joe Mays D6b
King Dunlap D7
Tracy White FA
2009 Dimitri Patterson FA
Stacy Andrews FA-Cin
Sean Jones FA-Cle
Eldra Buckley W-SD
Leonard Weaver FA-Sea
Jason Peters T-Buf
Jeremy Maclin D1
LeSean McCoy D2
Ellis Hobbs (IR) T-NE
Cornelius Ingram (IR) D5a
Macho Harris D5b
Fenuki Tupou (IR) D5c
Moise Fokou D7b
Jason Babin FA
Michael Vick FA
Antonio Dixon W-Was
Alex Smith FA
Jeremiah Trotter* FA
Will Witherspoon T-StL
Geoffrey Pope FA-Cin
Martin Rucker FA
Dallas Reynolds RFA
RFA-rookie free agent; T- trade; W- claimed off waivers; (IR) - Injured Reserve list, Reserve/Non-Football Injury List
*Trotter was originally drafted by the Eagles in the 3rd round in 1998
Victor Abiamiri
2007 Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (57th overall) … signed 4-
year contract
David Akers
1997 Signed by CAR as rookie free agent
8/18/97 Released by CAR
4/28/98 Signed by ATL
7/7/98 Released by ATL
7/21/98 Re-signed by ATL
8/24/98 Released by ATL
9/1/98 Signed to practice squad by WAS
9/15/98 Signed by WAS from the practice squad to the active ros-
ter
9/22/98 Released by WAS
1/12/99 Signed by PHI
4/24/01 Signed by PHI to one-year contract
8/21/01 Signed 7-year contract extension with PHI thru 2007
11/7/05 Signed contract extension with PHI thru 2010
Shawn Andrews
2004 Drafted by PHI in 1st round (16th overall) … signed 6-
year contract
9/14/04 Placed on IR (fractured fibula)
6/12/06 Signed 7-year contract extension with PHI thru 2015
9/15/09 Placed on IR (back)
Stacy Andrews
2004 Drafted by CIN in 4th round ... signed 4-year contract
2/18/08 Designated Franchise Player by CIN
3/19/08 Signed franchise tender with CIN
2/28/09 Signed by PHI to a 6-year contract thru 2014
Jason Avant
2006 Drafted by PHI in 4th round … signed 4-year contract
Jason Babin
2004 Drafted by HOU in 1st round (27th overall)
9/1/07 Traded from HOU to SEA
9/17/08 Released by SEA
11/12/08 Signed by KC
8/4/09 Signed by PHI
9/4/09 Restructured contract with PHI
Stewart Bradley
2007 Drafted by PHI in 3rd round … signed 4-year contract
9/1/09 Placed on the IR (knee)
Reggie Brown
2005 Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (35th) … signed 5-year con-
tract
11/10/06 Signed 5-year contract extension with PHI thru 2014
Sheldon Brown
2002 Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (59th overall) … signed 5-
year contract
11/4/04 Signed 6-year contract extension with PHI thru 2012
Eldra Buckley
2007 Signed by SD as a rookie free agent
9/2/07 Released by SD
9/3/07 Signed to practice squad by SD
1/23/08 Signed by SD
9/31/08 Released by SD
Eldra Buckley (continued)
9/1/08 Signed to practice squad by SD
1/16/09 Signed by SD
2/26/09 Released by SD
2/27/09 Signed by PHI
Brodrick Bunkley
2006 Drafted by PHI in 1st round (14th overall) … signed 6-
year contract
Brent Celek
2007 Drafted by PHI in 5th round … signed 4-year contract
12/1/09 Signed six-year contract extension with PHI thru 2016
Chris Clemons
2003 Signed by WAS as a rookie free agent
8/30/03 Placed on IR
9/5/04 Released by WAS
9/29/04 Signed by CLE to the practice squad
11/24/04 Signed by WAS
12/27/05 Placed on IR
8/15/06 Released by WAS
1/17/07 Signed by OAK
3/1/08 Signed by PHI to five-year contract
Nick Cole
2006 Signed by PHI as rookie free agent
3/31/09 Re-signed by PHI to a 1-year contract
Trent Cole
2005 Drafted by PHI in 5th round … signed 4-year contract
11/6/06 Signed 5-year contract extension with PHI thru 2013
Kevin Curtis
2003 Drafted by STL in 3rd round … signed 4-year contract
3/15/07 Signed 6-year contract with PHI
Quintin Demps
2008 Drafted by PHI in 4th round … signed 4-year contract
Antonio Dixon
2009 Signed by WAS as a rookie free agent
9/5/09 Waived by WAS
9/6/09 Claimed off waivers by PHI
Jon Dorenbos
5/2/03 Signed with BUF as rookie free agent
12/21/04 Placed on IR (knee)
9/6/05 Released by BUF
10/26/05 Signed one-year contract with TEN
10/13/06 Signed one-year contract with TEN
10/24/06 Released by TEN
11/29/06 Signed two-year contract with PHI
12/29/07 Signed five-year contract extension with PHI thru 2012
King Dunlap
2008 Drafted by PHI in 7th round … signed 4-year contract
8/30/08 Placed on IR (ankle)
Moise Fokou
2009 Drafted by PHI in 7th round ... signed 4-year contract
Omar Gaither
2006 Drafted by PHI in 5th round … signed 4-year contract
10/28/09 Placed on IR (foot)
CAREER PLAYER TRANSACTIONS
Chris Gocong
2006 Drafted by PHI in 3rd round … signed 4-year contract
9/2/06 Placed on IR (stinger)
Joselio Hanson
2003 Signed with SF as rookie free agent
8/31/03 Released by SF
9/9/03 Signed by SF to the practice squad
1/17/04 Re-signed by SF
9/27/04 Released by SF
9/28/04 Re-signed by SF
8/30/05 Released by SF
6/5/06 Signed two-year contract with PHI thru 2007 and allo-
cated to NFL Europe
4/1/08 Re-signed by PHI to a one-year contract
2/20/09 Signed 5-year contract with PHI thru 2013
11/11/09 Suspended by the NFL for 4 games
Macho Harris
2009 Drafted by PHI in 5th round ... signed 4-year contract
Todd Herremans
2005 Drafted by PHI in 4th round … signed 4-year contract
12/20/05 Placed on IR (ankle)
12/30/06 Signed five-year contract extension thru 2013
Ellis Hobbs
2005 Drafted by NE in 3rd round ... signed 5-year contract
4/26/09 Traded to PHI for two 5th round draft picks in 2009
11/11/09 Placed on IR (neck)
Darren Howard
2000 Drafted by NO in 2nd round (33rd overall) … signed 4-
year contract
2/24/04 Designated as franchise player by NO
4/30/04 Signed with NO as franchise player
2/22/05 Designated as franchise player by NO
3/15/05 Signed with NO as franchise player
3/13/06 Signed by PHI to a 6-year contract
Cornelius Ingram
2009 Drafted by Phi in 5th round ... signed 4-year contract
9/1/09 Placed on IR (knee)
DeSean Jackson
2008 Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (49th overall) … signed 4-
year contract
Jamaal Jackson
2003 Signed by PHI as rookie free agent
8/31/03 Released by PHI as part of final roster cutdown
9/1/03 Signed to the practice squad
1/7/04 Signed from the practice squad to the active roster
8/23/04 Placed on IR (triceps)
9/3/05 Released by PHI as part of final roster cutdown
9/5/05 Signed to the practice squad
11/9/05 Signed from the practice squad to the active roster
7/20/06 Signed seven-year contract with PHI thru 2013
12/29/09 Placed on IR (knee)
Max Jean-Gilles
2006 Drafted by PHI in 4th round … signed 4-year contract
12/3/08 Placed on IR (fibula)
Sean Jones
2004 Drafted by CLE in 2nd round ... signed 5-year deal
8/30/04 Placed on PUP
3/9/09 Signed by PHI
Akeem Jordan
2007 Signed by PHI as rookie free agent
9/2/07 Released by PHI
9/3/07 Signed to the practice squad
10/29/07 Signed from the practice squad to the active roster
Winston Justice
2006 Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (39th overall) … signed 4-
year contract
11/24/09 Signed four-year contract extension with PHI thru 2013
Kevin Kolb
2007 Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (36th overall) … signed 4-
year contract
Trevor Laws
2008 Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (47th overall) … signed 4-
year contract
Jeremy Maclin
2009 Drafted by Phi in 1st round (19th overall) ... signed 5-
year contract
Joe Mays
2008 Drafted by PHI in 6th round … signed 4-year contract
LeSean McCoy
2009 Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (53rd overall) ... signed 4-
year contract
Mike McGlynn
2008 Drafted by PHI in 4th round … signed 4-year contract
1/7/09 Placed on IR (hamstring)
Donovan McNabb
1999 Drafted by PHI in 1st round (2nd overall) … signed 7-year
contract
9/27/02 Signed 12-year contract extension
11/22/05 Placed on IR (sports hernia)
11/21/06 Placed on IR (knee)
6/11/09 Restructured the final two years of contract
Quintin Mikell
2003 Signed by PHI as rookie free agent
5/13/06 Re-signed by PHI to one-year contract
2/27/07 Signed 4-year contract with PHI thru 2010
Juqua Parker
2001 Signed by TEN as rookie free agent
8/10/05 Signed by PHI to a one-year contract
3/8/06 Re-signed by PHI to a one-year contract
3/2/07 Signed by PHI to a 5-year contract
Dimitri Patterson
9/25/05 Signed by WAS to the practice squad
10/1/05 Promoted by WAS from practice squad to active roster
10/4/05 Released by WAS
10/5/05 Signed by WAS to practice squad
10/15/05 Promoted by WAS from practice squad to active roster
11/7/05 Released by WAS
CAREER PLAYER TRANSACTIONS
Dimitri Patterson (continued)
11/8/05 Signed by WAS to practice squad
12/17/05 Promoted by WAS from practice squad to active roster
8/30/06 Released by WAS
12/27/06 Signed by MIN to practice squad
2/6/07 Signed by KC
10/30/08 Waived/Injured by KC
11/19/08 Released by KC
1/7/08 Signed by PHI
Mike Patterson
2005 Drafted by PHI in 1st round (31st overall) … signed 5-
year contract
11/2/06 Signed 7-year contract extension thru 2016
Jason Peters
2004 Signed by BUF as a rookie free agent
9/1/04 Released by BUF
9/7/04 Signed to practice squad by BUF
11/13/04 Promoted from practice squad to active roster
5/8/08 Exclusive rights signing by BUF
4/17/09 Traded to PHI ... signed a 6-year contract
Geoffrey Pope
2007 Signed by MIA as a rookie free agent
9/1/07 Waived by MIA
9/3/07 Signed by NYG to practice squad
12/31/07 Promoted from practice squad to active roster
8/30/08 Waived by NYG
9/1/08 Signed by NYG to practice squad
9/2/08 Released by NYG
9/3/08 Signed by CIN to practice squad
9/16/08 Promoted from practice squad to active roster
9/23/08 Waived by CIN
9/25/08 Signed by CIN to practice squad
10/17/08 Promoted from practice squad to active roster
11/10/08 Waived by CIN
11/12/08 Signed by CIN to practice squad
11/28/08 Promoted from practice squad to active roster
10/8/09 Waived by CIN
10/10/09 Signed by CIN to practice squad
11/24/09 Signed by PHI to 3-year contract
Dallas Reynolds
2009 Signed by PHI as rookie free agent
9/5/09 Released by PHI
10/21/09 Signed by PHI to the practice squad
12/29/09 Signed by PHI to the active roster
Sav Rocca
1/25/07 Signed by PHI as rookie free agent
Martin Rucker
2008 Drafted by CLE in 4th round ... signed 4-year contract
9/22/09 Released by CLE
9/24/09 Signed by PHI to practice squad
12/15/09 Signed by PHI to active roster (3-year contract)
Asante Samuel
2003 Drafted by NE in 4th round … signed 4-year contract
2/16/07 Designated as franchise player by NE
8/28/07 Signed by NE to 1-year contract
2/29/08 Signed by PHI to 6-year contract
Alex Smith
2005 Drafted by TB in 3rd round ... signed 5-year contract
4/30/09 Traded to NE
9/5/09 Released by NE
9/8/09 Signed by PHI to a 1-year contract
Jeremiah Trotter
1998 Drafted by PHI in 3rd round ... signed 4-year contract
4/23/02 Signed by WAS
12/2/02 Placed on IR (knee)
6/2/04 Released by WAS
6/16/04 Signed by PHI
3/7/05 Re-signed with PHI
8/21/07 Released by PHI
9/4/07 Signed by TB
9/29/09 Signed by PHI to a 1-year contract
Fenuki Tupou
2009 Drafted by PHI in 5th round ... signed 4-year contract
9/5/09 Placed on IR (chest)
Michael Vick
2001 Drafted by ATL in the 1st round (1st overall)
12/23/04 Signed contract extension with ATL
8/24/07 Suspended indefinitely by NFL
6/12/09 Released by ATL
8/14/09 Signed by PHI to a 1-year contract
9/5/09 Placed on exempt list
9/15/09 Removed from the exempt list
Leonard Weaver
2005 Signed as a rookie free agent by SEA
9/2/06 Placed on IR
3/23/09 Signed by PHI to a 1-year contract
Brian Westbrook
2002 Drafted by PHI in 3rd round … signed 3-year contract
1/7/04 Placed on IR (tricep)
6/1/05 Signed by PHI to a one-year contract
11/6/05 Signed a 5-year contract extension thru 2010
12/13/05 Placed on IR (foot)
8/8/08 Signed a 6-year contract extension thru 2013
Tracy White
2003 Signed by SEA as rookie free agent
1/5/05 Placed on IR (hamstring)
9/3/05 Released by SEA
9/4/05 Signed by JAC
12/28 Placed on IR (ankle)
3/17/06 Signed by GB
9/25/06 Released by GB
10/5/06 Signed by GB
3/25/08 Re-signed by GB
10/7/08 Released by GB
10/14/08 Signed by PHI
Will Witherspoon
2002 Drafted by CAR in 3rd round ... signed 4-year contract
3/12/06 Signed by STL to a 6-year contract
10/20/09 Traded to PHI
CAREER PLAYER TRANSACTIONS
• Tuesday, January 20 - Re-signed WR Danny Amendola, WR Sha-
heer McBride and CB Trae Williams.
• Friday, January 30 - Named Ted Daisher special teams coordina-
tor, Rory Segrest defensive line coach, James Urban quarterbacks
coach, and Doug Pederson offensive quality control coach ... De-
fensive line coach Pete Jenkins announced his retirement.
• Tuesday, February 3 - Claimed DT Amon Gordon off waivers from
the Tennessee Titans ... Signed LB Charleston Hughes and S Byron
Parker each to three-year contracts.
• Friday, February 20 - Agreed to terms with CB Joselio Hanson on
a five-year contract.
• Thursday, February 26 - Tendered one-year contracts to the fol-
lowing free agents: WR Hank Baskett, C/G Nick Cole, and LB Tank
Daniels.
• Friday, February 27 - Free agent S Sean Considine signed with
Jacksonville.
• Saturday, February 28 - Signed OL Stacy Andrews (Cincinnati Ben-
gals) to a six-year contract ... Traded CB Lito Sheppard to the New
York Jets for two undisclosed draft choices ... Free agent S Brian
Dawkins signed with Denver.
• Sunday, March 1 - Free agent RB Correll Buckhalter signed with
Denver.
• Thursday, March 5 - Traded WR Greg Lewis and an undisclosed
draft choice in 2010 to the New England Patriots for an undis-
closed draft choice in 2009.
• Friday, March 6 - Agreed to terms with S Sean Jones (Cleveland
Browns) on a one-year contract.
• Monday, March 9 - Free agent T Tra Thomas signed with Jack-
sonville ... Re-signed LB Tank Daniels to a one-year contract ...
Claimed RB Eldra Buckley off waivers from San Diego.
• Wednesday, March 11 - Signed S Rashad Baker (Oakland Raiders)
to a one-year contract.
• Friday, March 20 - Agreed to terms with FB Leonard Weaver (Seat-
tle Seahawks) on a one-year contract ... Free agent TE L.J. Smith
signed with Baltimore.
• Tuesday, March 31 - Re-signed C/G Nick Cole to a one-year con-
tract.
• Friday, April 17 - Acquired LT Jason Peters from Buffalo in ex-
change for a first round draft pick (28th overall) in 2009, a fourth
round draft pick (121st overall) in 2009, and an undisclosed late
round draft pick in 2010 ... Signed Peters to a six-year contract
that will keep him in Philadelphia through 2014.
• Thursday, April 23 - Re-signed WR Hank Baskett to a one-year
contract ... Signed rookie free agent TE Eugene Bright (Purdue).
• Saturday, April 25 - Traded a 1st round draft choice (21st overall)
and a 6th round draft choice (195th overall) to Cleveland for a 1st
round draft choice (19th overall) ... Selected WR Jeremy Maclin
(Missouri) in the 1st round (19th overall) ... Selected RB LeSean
McCoy (Pittsburgh) in the 2nd round (53rd overall).
• Sunday, April 26 - Traded a 3rd round draft choice (85th overall) to
NY Giants for a 3rd round draft choice (91st overall) and a 5th
round draft choice (164th overall) ... Traded a 3rd round draft
choice (91st overall) to Seattle for a 5th round draft choice (137th
overall), a 7th round draft choice (213th overall) and a 3rd round
draft choice in 2010 ... Traded two 5th round draft choices (137th
and 141st overall) to New England for CB Ellis Hobbs ... Selected
TE Cornelius Ingram (Florida) in the 5th round (153rd overall) ...
Selected CB Victor Harris (Virginia Tech) in the 5th round (157th
overall) ... Selected T Fenuki Tupou (Oregon) in the 5th round
(159th overall) ... Traded a 5th round draft choice (164th overall) to
New Orleans for a 7th round draft choice (222nd overall) and a 5th
round draft choice in 2010 ... Selected WR Brandon Gibson (Wash-
ington State) in the 6th round (194th overall) ... Selected G Paul
Fanaika (Arizona State) in the 7th round (213th overall) ... Traded
a 7th round draft choice (222nd overall) to Indianapolis for a 6th
round draft choice in 2010 ... Selected LB Moise Fokou (Maryland)
in the 7th round (230th overall).
• Monday, April 27 - Signed nine rookie free agents: DE Josh Gaines
(Penn State), S Reshard Langford (Vanderbilt), FB Marcus Mailei
(Weber State), RB Walter Mendenhall (Illinois State), G Dallas
Reynolds (BYU), WR Brandon Robinson (Boston College), CB
Courtney Robinson (Massachusetts), K Sam Swank (Wake Forest),
and WR Marcus Thigpen (Indiana).
• Monday, May 18 - Signed two rookie free agents: QB Adam
DiMichele (Temple) and DT Jervonte Jackson (Florida Atlantic).
• Wednesday, May 27 - Signed rookie free agent DT Trevor Jenkins
(Middle Tennessee State).
• Thursday, May 28 - Signed P Ken Parrish ... Released K Sam
Swank.
• Monday, June 1 - Named Brian Stewart special assistant to the
defense.
• Saturday, June 6 - Agreed to terms with DB Macho Harris (D5b),
T Fenuki Topou (D5c), and WR Brandon Gibson (D6) each to four-
year contracts.
• Tuesday, June 9 - Signed G Paul Fanaika (D7a) and LB Moise
Fokou (D7b) each to four-year contracts
• Thursday, June 11 - Signed TE Cornelius Ingram (D5a) to a four-
year contract ... Waived QB Adam DiMichele and RB Walter
Mendenhall ... DT Amon Gordon was waived/injured ... Restruc-
tured the final two years of the contract of QB Donovan McNabb.
• Friday, June 12 - Released DT Trevor Jenkins
• Monday, June 29 - Signed RB LeSean McCoy (D2) to a four-year
contract
• Friday, July 24 - Named Sean McDermott defensive coordinator
• Saturday, August 1 - Signed DT Willie Williams
• Tuesday, August 4 - Signed WR Jeremy Maclin (D1) to a five-year
contract. Signed DE Jason Babin and LB Matt Wilhelm ... Released
DT Jervonte Jackson, CB Courtney Robinson and WR Marcus Thig-
pen
2009 PERSONNEL MOVES
• Saturday, August 8 - Signed TE Rob Myers ... Released P Ken Par-
rish
• Monday, August 10 - Released WR Brandon Robinson
• Wednesday, August 12 - Signed QB Adam DiMichele
• Thursday, August 13 - Signed QB Michael Vick
• Friday, August 14 - Released CB Byron Parker
• Tuesday, August 18 - Signed S Brandon Harrison ... Released S
Rashad Baker
• Tuesday, August 25 - Signed TE Tony Curtis and LB Curtis Gate-
wood ... Released QB Adam DiMichele and WR Shaheer McBride
• Monday, August 31 - Released T Chris Patrick
• Tuesday, September 1 - Released S Brandon Harrison and LB
Charleston Hughes (waived/injured) ... Placed LB Stewart Bradley
(knee) and TE Cornelius Ingram (knee) on the Injured Reserve list
• Friday, September 4 - Released TE Eugene Bright, LB Curtis Gate-
wood, and DT Willie Williams ... Restructured contract of DE Jason
Babin
• Saturday, September 5 - Released WR Danny Amendola, RB
Lorenzo Booker, LB Tank Daniels, FB Kyle Eckel, G Paul Fanaika,
DE Josh Gaines, G Mike Gibson, CB Jack Ikegwuonu, DT Dan
Klecko, S Reshard Langford, FB Marcus Mailei, TE Rob Myers, G
Dallas Reynolds, TE Matt Schobel, DE Bryan Smith, LB Matt Wil-
helm, and CB Trae Williams ... Placed T Fenuki Tupou on IR (chest)
... Placed QB Michael Vick on the exempt list
• Sunday, September 6 - Claimed DT Antonio Dixon off waivers from
Washington ... Released QB A.J. Feeley ... Signed WR Danny
Amendola, G Paul Fanaika, G Mike Gibson and TE Rob Myers to
the practice squad
• Monday, September 7 - Signed CB Jack Ikegwuonu, S Reshard
Langford, LB Jeremy Leman, and FB Marcus Mailei to the practice
squad
• Tuesday, September 8 - Signed TE Alex Smith ... Released TE Tony
Curtis
• Monday, September 14 - Agreed to terms with QB Jeff Garcia on
a one-year contract
• Tuesday, September 15 - Placed T/G Shawn Andrews on the In-
jured Reserve list (back) ... Removed QB Michael Vick from the ex-
empt list ... Released WR Hank Baskett.
• Wednesday, September 23 - Signed WR Jordan Norwood to the
practice squad ... WR Danny Amendola was signed off the prac-
tice squad by the St. Louis Rams.
• Thursday, September 24 - Signed TE Martin Rucker to the practice
squad ... Released TE Rob Myers from the practice squad.
• Tuesday, September 29 - Signed LB Jeremiah Trotter ... Released
QB Jeff Garcia
• Tuesday, October 13 - Signed CB Stoney Woodson to the practice
squad and released LB Jeremy Leman from the practice squad
• Tuesday, October 20 - Acquired LB Will Witherspoon from St. Louis
for WR Brandon Gibson and a 5th round pick in 2010
• Wednesday, October 21 - Signed G Dallas Reynolds to the prac-
tice squad ... G Mike Gibson was signed off the practice squad by
the Seattle Seahawks.
• Thursday, October 22 - Signed WR Dobson Collins to the practice
squad ... Released CB Stoney Woodson from the practice squad.
• Wednesday, October 28 - Signed RB P.J. Hill from the New Orleans
Saints practice squad ... Placed LB Omar Gaither on the Injured
Reserve list (foot)
• Wednesday, November 11 - Signed CB Ramzee Robinson ...
Signed CB Jack Ikegwuonu from the practice squad ... Placed CB
Ellis Hobbs (neck) on the Injured Reserve list ... Signed CB Stoney
Woodson to the practice squad ... The NFL suspended CB Joselio
Hanson for four games
• Monday, November 23 - G Paul Fanaika was signed off the prac-
tice squad by the Washington Redskins.
• Tuesday, November 24 - Signed T Winston Justice to a four-year
contract extension through 2013 ... Signed CB Geoffrey Pope from
the Cincinnati Bengals practice squad ... Released CB Jack Ikeg-
wuonu
• Wednesday, November 25 - Signed G Greg Isdaner to the practice
squad.
• Tuesday, December 1 - Signed TE Brent Celek to a six-year con-
tract extension through 2016 ... Signed WR Jordan Norwood from
the practice squad ... Released CB Ramzee Robinson.
• Wednesday, December 2 - Signed CB Chris Roberson to the prac-
tice squad.
• Monday, December 7 - Released WR Jordan Norwood
• Tuesday, December 8 - Signed T Gerald Cadogan to the practice
squad ... Released OL Greg Isdaner and CB Stoney Woodson from
the practice squad.
• Wednesday, December 9 - Signed head coach Andy Reid to a
three-year contract extension through 2013 ... Signed FB Joel
Gamble and WR Jordan Norwood to the practice squad ... FB Mar-
cus Mailei was signed off the practice squad by the New Orleans
Saints
• Tuesday, December 15 - Signed TE Martin Rucker from the prac-
tice squad ... Released RB P.J. Hill.
• Wednesday, December 16 - Signed RB P.J. Hill to the practice
squad.
• Friday, December 25 - S Reshard Langford was signed off the
practice squad by the Kansas City Chiefs.
• Monday, December 28 - Signed OL Greg Isdaner to the practice
squad.
• Tuesday, December 29 - Signed OL Dallas Reynolds from the prac-
tice squad ... Placed C Jamaal Jackson on IR ... Signed S Brandon
Harrison to the practice squad
2009 PERSONNEL MOVES
2009 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS
9/13 W 38-10 at Carolina 73,599
9/20 L 22-48 New Orleans 69,144
9/27 W 34-14 Kansas City 69.144
10/11 W 33-14 Tampa Bay 69,144
10/18 L 9-13 at Oakland 49,642
10/26 W 27-17 at Washington 88,241
11/1 W 40-17 New York Giants 69,144
11/8 L 16-20 Dallas 69,144
11/15 L 23-31 at San Diego 68,879
11/22 W 24-20 at Chicago 62,421
11/29 W 27-24 Washington 69,144
12/6 W 34-7 at Atlanta 69,560
12/13 W 45-38 at New York Giants 78,780
12/20 W 27-13 San Francisco 69,144
12/27 W 30-27 Denver 69,144
1/3 at Dallas
Record: 11-4
Head Coach: Andy Reid
TEAM STATS EAGLES OPP
Total First Downs 280 274
Rushing 86 77
Passing 173 164
Penalty 21 33
3rd Down: Made/Att 72/195 68/208
3rd Down Pct. 36.9% 32.7%
4th Down: Made/Att 6/13 17/29
4th Down Pct. 46.2% 58.6%
Possession Avg. 28:49 31:11
Total Net Yards 5498 4663
Avg. Per Game 366.5 310.9
Total Plays 925 969
Avg. Per Play 5.9 4.8
Net Yards Rushing 1600 1496
Avg. Per Game 106.7 99.7
Total Rushes 374 381
Net Yards Passing 3898 3167
Avg. Per Game 259.9 211.1
Sacked/Yards Lost 34/259 42/300
Gross Yards 4157 3467
Attempts/Completions 517/315 546/330
Completion Pct. 60.9% 60.4%
Had Intercepted 13 24
Punts/Average 69/41.8 77/44.8
Net Punting Avg. 37.9 37.0
Penalties/Yards 109/893 93/709
Fumbles/Ball Lost 21/9 25/13
Touchdowns 47 36
Rushing 14 10
Passing 27 25
Returns 6 1
Rushing No. Yds Avg Lg TD
L.McCoy 154 633 4.1 66t 4
L.Weaver 69 321 4.7 41t 2
B.Westbrook 56 257 4.6 25 1
D.McNabb 35 132 3.8 27 2
D.Jackson 10 131 13.1 67t 1
M.Vick 24 95 4.0 34 2
E.Buckley 15 44 2.9 9 1
K.Kolb 5 -1 -0.2 5 1
J.Garcia 3 -2 -0.7 0 0
R.Brown 1 -3 -3.0 -3 0
J.Maclin 2 -7 -3.5 -1 0
Team 374 1600 4.3 67t 14
Opponents 381 1496 3.9 72 10
Receiving No. Yds Avg Lg TD
B.Celek 69 875 12.7 47t 8
D.Jackson 60 1120 18.7 71t 9
J.Maclin 52 715 13.8 56 4
J.Avant 40 579 14.5 58 3
L.McCoy 38 303 8.0 45 0
B.Westbrook 21 161 7.7 34 1
L.Weaver 15 140 9.3 59 2
R.Brown 9 155 17.2 43 0
K.Curtis 6 77 12.8 19 0
A.Smith 3 25 8.3 11 0
H.Baskett 1 6 6.0 6 0
D.McNabb 1 1 1.0 1 0
Team 315 4157 13.2 71t 27
Opponents 330 3467 10.5 86t 25
INTs No. Yds Avg Lg TD
A.Samuel 9 117 13.0 37 0
S.Brown 5 152 30.4 83t 1
S.Jones 2 37 18.5 37 0
Q.Mikell 2 16 8.0 16 0
A.Jordan 2 14 7.0 11 0
Q.Demps 1 12 12.0 12 0
W.Witherspoon 1 9 9.0 9t 1
T.White 1 5 5.0 5 0
J.Hanson 1 2 2.0 2 0
Team 24 364 15.2 83t 2
Opponents 13 131 10.1 97t 1
Punting No Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B
S.Rocca 69 2882 41.8 37.9 3 24 61 0
Team 69 2882 41.8 37.9 3 24 61 0
Opponents77 3452 44.8 37.0 7 28 64 0
Punt Returns Ret FC Yds Avg Lg TD
D.Jackson 27 15 432 16.0 85t 2
J.Maclin 6 4 30 5.0 27 0
Team 33 19 462 14.0 85t 2
Opponents 35 14 205 5.9 26 0
Kickoff Returns No. Yds Avg Lg TD
E.Hobbs 20 481 24.1 63 0
V.Harris 19 394 20.7 32 0
Q.Demps 6 155 25.8 48 0
J.Maclin 6 107 17.8 28 0
L.Weaver 2 33 16.5 18 0
J.Babin 2 0 0.0 0 0
A.Smith 1 4 4.0 4 0
D.Jackson 1 0 0.0 0 0
Team 57 1174 20.6 63 0
Opponents 81 1907 23.5 52 0
Scoring TD Ru Pa Rt PAT FG 2Pt Pts
D.Akers 0 0 0 0 43/45 32/36 0 139
D.Jackson 12 1 9 2 0/0 0/0 0 72
B.Celek 8 0 8 0 0/0 0/0 0 48
L.McCoy 4 4 0 0 0/0 0/0 1 26
J.Maclin 4 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 24
L.Weaver 4 2 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 24
J.Avant 3 0 3 0 0/0 0/0 1 20
D.McNabb 2 2 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 12
M.Vick 2 2 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 12
S.Brown 2 0 0 2 0/0 0/0 0 12
B.Westbrook 2 1 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 12
W.Witherspoon1 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6
E.Buckley 1 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 6
K.Kolb 1 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 6
V.Abiamiri 1 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6
D.Howard 0 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 2
Team 47 14 27 6 43/45 32/36 2 429
Opponents 36 10 25 1 35/35 20/22 1 313
Score By Periods Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT Pts
Team 122 151 72 84 0 429
Opponents 51 91 100 71 0 313
Field Goals 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
D.Akers 1/ 1 11/ 11 8/ 9 11/ 13 1/ 2
Team 1/ 1 11/ 11 8/ 9 11/ 13 1/ 2
Opponents 0/ 0 11/ 11 2/ 2 6/ 8 1/ 1
Akers: (49G, 51B) (23G, 32G) [29G, 38G) (44G) (43N,
45G, 43G, 47N, 45G) (47G, 44G) (30G, 35G) (45G, 48G,
52G) (18G, 25G, 25G) (25G) (29G, 24G, 41G, 32G) (33G,
39N, 33G) (20G) (22G, 26G) (39G, 45G, 28G)
Opps: (22G) (23G, 25G) (None) (None) (29G, 46G) (47G)
(42G, 47N) (22G, 33G) (29G) (45G, 28G, 28G, 49G, 48B)
(25G) (None) (26G) (51G, 25G) (33G, 46G)
Sacks: T.Cole 12.5, J.Parker 7.0, D.Howard 6.5,
C.Clemons 3.0, J.Babin 2.5, V.Abiamiri 2.0,
O.Gaither 1.5, C.Gocong 1.0, A.Jordan 1.0,
S.Jones 1.0, B.Bunkley 1.0, W.Witherspoon 1.0,
A.Dixon 1.0, M.Patterson 0.5, J.Hanson 0.5
Team: 42.0, Opponents: 34.0
Fumbles Lost: D.McNabb 2, J.Babin 1, E.Hobbs 1,
K.Kolb 1, D.Jackson 1, V.Harris 1, L.McCoy 1,
J.Garcia 1 Total: 9
Opponent Fumble Recoveries: Q.Mikell 2, S.Jones
2, M.Fokou 2, S.Brown 1, B.Bunkley 1, O.Gaither 1,
V.Abiamiri 1, T.White 1, J.Hanson 1, A.Samuel 1
Total: 13
2-Pt. Conversions: Eagles 2/2, Opponents 1/1
Passing Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD TD% Int Int% Lg Sk/Lost Rat
D.McNabb 407 247 3330 60.7% 8.2 22 5.4% 10 2.5% 60t 31/232 94.5
K.Kolb 96 62 741 64.6% 7.7 4 4.2% 3 3.1% 71t 3/27 88.9
M.Vick 13 6 86 46.2% 6.6 1 7.7% 0 0.0% 43 0/0 93.8
B.Westbrook 1 0 0 0.0% 0.0 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0/0 39.6
Team 517 315 4157 60.9% 8.0 27 5.2% 13 2.5% 71t 34/259 93.3
Opponents 546 330 3467 60.4% 6.3 25 4.6% 24 4.4% 86t 42/300 75.9
2009 REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATS
TACKLES For Quarterback
PLAYER Total Solo Asst Loss Sacks Hur INT KD FF FR
Mikell, S 114 69 45 2 0 2 2 9 0 2
Cole, DE 90 55 35 6 12.5 26 0 0 2 0
Jordan, LB 78 44 34 1 1 2 2 6 0 0
Jones, S 69 44 25 2 1 2 2 3 0 1
Brown, CB 68 45 23 2 0 0 5 17 1 1
M.Patterson, DT 67 44 23 4 0.5 5 0 0 0 0
Witherspoon, LB 60 46 14 2 1 2 1 5 1 0
Bunkley, DT 57 36 21 6 1 5 0 3 0 1
Gocong, LB 50 28 22 0 1 3 0 2 1 0
Parker, DE 44 32 12 3 7 20 0 2 2 0
Samuel, CB 42 34 8 0 0 0 9 9 1 1
Harris, S 40 26 14 1 0 1 0 1 0 0
Gaither, LB 38 23 15 3 1.5 5 0 1 0 1
Hanson, CB 34 28 6 3 0.5 0 1 5 0 1
Trotter, LB 33 18 15 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Howard, DE 32 22 10 3 6.5 12 0 5 2 0
Abiamiri, DE 25 17 8 1 2 4 0 0 1 1
Fokou, LB 25 15 10 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
Babin, DE 20 13 7 2 2.5 6 0 0 0 0
White, LB 20 13 7 2 0 4 1 1 0 0
Dixon, DT 16 9 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
D.Patterson, CB 14 13 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
Hobbs, CB 14 9 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Laws, DT 12 6 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Demps, S 12 5 7 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
Clemons, DE 9 7 2 1 3 1 0 2 0 0
Mays, LB 7 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 1090 705 385 50 42 101 24 74 11 9
Tackles: 14 by Sean Jones at NYG
Tackles for Loss: 2 by Bunkley vs. KC and vs. TB, by T.Cole at Oak and M.Patterson vs. SF
Sacks: 2 by Darren Howard at Car and at NYG and 2 by Trent Cole at Was and vs. SF
Passes Defensed: 4 by Akeem Jordan vs. TB
Interceptions: 2 by Sheldon Brown at Car and by Asante Samuel vs. TB and vs. Was
Forced Fumbles: 1 11 times
Fumble Recoveries: 1 nine times
Special Teams Tackles: 5 by Joe Mays at SD
Special Teams Key: tkls (total tackles), blk (blocks), 1st
(first man downfield in coverage), ff (forced fumbles), fr
(fumbles recovered), pts (production points as graded by
coaching staff)
PLAYER Tkls Blk 1st FF FR PTS
White 18 76 20 0 1 371
Buckley 13 67 18 1 0 361
Fokou 20 50 7 0 2 287
Mays 17 42 5 1 0 237
Jones 19 28 3 0 1 218
Avant 2 72 1 1 0 218
Gocong 8 35 1 0 0 197
Akers 2 0 0 0 0 160
Rocca 0 0 0 0 0 160
Clemons 6 61 0 0 0 159
Hanson 13 31 0 1 0 149
Demps 8 14 2 0 0 147
Patterson, D. 6 28 2 1 0 128
Jordan 15 2 0 0 0 125
Weaver 6 24 3 0 0 107
Dorenbos 4 0 0 0 0 101
Smith 0 42 0 0 0 68
Harris 4 13 0 0 0 66
Mikell 9 1 0 0 0 61
Jackson, D. 0 0 0 0 0 61
Brown, R. 0 13 0 0 0 55
Robinson 3 9 1 0 0 53
Trotter 1 23 1 0 0 49
Abiamiri 0 25 0 0 0 44
Hobbs 0 11 0 0 0 43
Babin 1 22 0 0 0 42
Laws 0 28 0 0 0 38
Brown, S. 0 16 0 0 0 35
Parker 0 16 0 0 0 29
Pope 0 3 0 0 0 7
Maclin 0 0 0 0 0 6
Dixon 0 3 0 0 0 6
Ikegwuonu 0 2 0 0 0 2
Baskett 0 1 0 0 0 1
TOTALS 175 758 64 5 4 3791
Cole . . . . .12.5
Parker . . . . . .7
Howard . . .6.5
Clemons . . . .3
Babin . . . . .2.5
Abiamiri . . . . .2
Gaither . . . .1.5
Bunkley . . . . .1
Dixon . . . . . . .1
Gocong . . . . .1
Jones . . . . . . .1
Jordan . . . . . .1
Witherspoon .1
Hanson . . . .0.5
Patterson . .0.5
Samuel . . . . .9
Brown . . . . . .5
Jones . . . . . . .2
Jordan . . . . . .2
Mikell . . . . . . .2
Demps . . . . . .1
Hanson . . . . .1
White . . . . . . .1
Witherspoon .1
DEFENSIVE STATISTICS SPECIAL TEAMS
SACKS (42) INTERCEPTIONS (24)
Antonio Dixon blocked a 48-yd. attempt by Robbie
Gould at Chi. (11/22)
BLOCKED FIELD GOALS (1)
D.Jackson, 85-yard punt return at Car. (9/13)
D.Jackson, 72-yard punt return at NYG. (12/13)
TOUCHDOWNS (2)
Howard (1), tackled Cadillac Williams in end zone vs. TB (10/11)
Team(1), Drew Brees fumbled out of bounds in end zone vs. NO (9/20)
SAFETIES (2)
Abiamiri, 2-yard fumble return at Carolina (9/13)
Witherspoon, 9-yard INT return at Washington (10/26)
Brown, 83-yard INT return at Atlanta (12/6)
Brown, 60-yard fumble return at New York Giants (12/13)
TOUCHDOWNS (4)
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9/ 20 NO 23 7 16 0 7 16 .438 1 2 29: 34 75 463 6.2 22 79 3.6 384 1 7 391 52 31 .596 3 5 45.0 41.6 7 45 1 1 5 1 2 0 2 0
9/ 27 KC 21 7 13 1 6 13 .462 0 1 30: 35 63 420 6.7 27 93 3.4 327 0 0 327 36 24 .667 0 3 41.0 36.0 3 20 2 1 3 2 1 2 2 0
10/ 11 TB 16 5 10 1 4 10 .400 0 0 25: 27 48 325 6.8 21 76 3.6 249 3 16 265 24 17 .708 0 5 48.8 43.4 10 111 1 0 1 1 0 1 3 0
10/ 18 at Oak 14 3 9 2 2 16 .125 1 2 26: 58 66 283 4.3 14 67 4.8 216 6 53 269 46 22 .478 0 8 42.9 40.0 4 38 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
10/ 26 at Wash 11 3 7 1 4 15 .267 0 1 28: 18 56 262 4.7 27 122 4.5 140 3 21 161 26 16 .615 0 8 34.5 33.3 12 66 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1
11/ 1 NYG 17 5 12 0 6 11 .545 0 0 24: 27 49 391 8.0 24 180 7.5 211 2 29 240 23 17 .739 0 3 47.3 44.0 5 45 3 2 3 1 2 2 3 0
11/ 8 DAL 17 4 10 3 4 12 .333 0 1 28: 16 57 297 5.2 24 88 3.7 209 3 18 227 30 16 .533 2 3 44.4 42.0 8 82 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 0
11/ 15 at SD 26 2 22 2 5 13 .385 1 1 29: 37 71 462 6.5 13 29 2.2 433 2 17 450 56 35 .625 1 4 40.0 36.8 9 70 0 0 5 2 3 0 2 0
11/ 22 at Chi 18 8 9 1 7 15 .467 0 0 30: 57 66 377 5.7 30 157 5.2 220 3 24 244 33 24 .727 1 5 33.8 30.6 8 46 3 2 3 2 1 1 2 0
11/ 29 WASH 17 8 9 0 5 15 .333 1 1 30: 18 67 381 5.7 29 123 4.2 258 2 2 260 36 21 .583 1 5 43.4 43.2 7 60 0 0 4 1 3 1 1 0
12/ 6 at At l 20 7 11 2 4 11 .364 1 1 29: 11 55 380 6.9 26 103 4.0 277 2 9 286 27 16 .593 0 3 44.7 38.0 8 61 0 0 6 3 2 1 2 1
12/ 13 at NYG 20 6 13 1 3 8 .375 0 0 25: 14 53 374 7.1 24 77 3.2 297 1 10 307 28 18 .643 1 4 41.8 37.0 6 45 1 0 5 3 1 2 2 2
12/ 20 SF 21 6 13 2 6 14 .429 0 1 31: 03 69 422 6.1 33 116 3.5 306 0 0 306 36 21 .583 2 4 40.3 35.5 4 69 0 0 5 3 2 2 1 0
12/ 27 DEN 22 6 12 4 4 13 .308 0 0 30: 43 67 394 5.9 28 105 3.8 289 4 33 322 35 20 .571 1 5 43.4 36.4 9 59 5 2 5 2 2 0 3 0
1/ 3 at Dal
Tot als 280 86 173 21 72 195 .369 6 13 28: 49 925 5,498 5.9 374 1,600 4.3 3,898 34 259 4,157 517 315 .609 13 69 41.8 37.9 109 893 21 9 51 25 21 14 27 6
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9/ 13 at Car 14 4 8 2 3 16 .188 2 3 23: 28 69 169 2.4 30 86 2.9 83 5 55 138 34 14 .412 5 4 55.8 19.3 5 30 2 2 3 1 1 1 0 0
9/ 20 NO 23 8 15 0 6 13 .462 0 1 30: 26 65 421 6.5 29 133 4.6 288 2 23 311 34 25 .735 1 3 52.0 50.3 3 13 2 0 6 4 2 2 3 1
9/ 27 KC 11 4 6 1 0 11 .000 2 2 29: 25 51 196 3.8 29 99 3.4 97 3 19 116 19 15 .789 0 9 44.3 44.7 10 90 2 1 2 2 0 0 2 0
10/ 11 TB 22 4 13 5 9 18 .500 1 3 34: 33 75 303 4.0 22 85 3.9 218 3 22 240 50 26 .520 3 4 40.3 39.3 4 30 2 0 4 2 0 0 2 0
10/ 18 at Oak 18 8 7 3 4 14 .286 0 1 33: 02 65 325 5.0 35 116 3.3 209 2 15 224 28 17 .607 2 7 51.1 42.1 3 23 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0
10/ 26 at Wash 21 2 17 2 3 12 .250 1 2 31: 42 68 308 4.5 19 62 3.3 246 6 38 284 43 29 .674 1 7 43.1 35.7 6 60 4 3 3 2 0 0 2 0
11/ 1 NYG 21 7 12 2 8 16 .500 0 2 35: 33 73 356 4.9 32 141 4.4 215 2 7 222 39 20 .513 2 3 38.0 28.0 4 25 2 1 3 2 0 1 1 0
11/ 8 DAL 18 5 12 1 7 15 .467 0 0 31: 44 61 358 5.9 23 76 3.3 282 4 25 307 34 21 .618 1 5 43.8 42.0 11 70 0 0 3 1 2 1 1 0
11/ 15 at SD 22 6 13 3 3 8 .375 0 0 30: 23 55 331 6.0 28 119 4.3 212 2 19 231 25 20 .800 0 4 50.0 46.8 3 31 0 0 2 1 1 2 2 0
11/ 22 at Chi 14 4 8 2 3 16 .188 2 2 29: 03 64 284 4.4 20 126 6.3 158 1 13 171 43 24 .558 1 6 45.3 36.0 7 64 0 0 3 1 2 0 1 0
11/ 29 WASH 15 4 11 0 8 17 .471 0 1 29: 42 63 303 4.8 25 82 3.3 221 1 10 231 37 22 .595 2 5 46.6 33.2 7 39 0 0 4 3 1 1 2 0
12/ 6 at At l 22 3 13 6 4 14 .286 2 4 30: 49 68 295 4.3 22 61 2.8 234 2 1 235 44 23 .523 2 6 43.8 38.2 6 30 2 1 2 1 0 0 1 0
12/ 13 at NYG 27 10 14 3 5 12 .417 3 3 34: 46 72 512 7.1 31 133 4.3 379 3 12 391 38 27 .711 0 3 38.3 10.7 7 54 5 4 4 3 1 2 3 0
12/ 20 SF 13 6 5 2 0 11 .000 3 4 28: 57 58 261 4.5 18 107 5.9 154 3 23 177 37 20 .541 3 4 48.3 41.8 8 55 2 1 3 1 1 0 1 0
12/ 27 DEN 13 2 10 1 5 15 .333 1 1 29: 17 62 241 3.9 18 70 3.9 171 3 18 189 41 27 .659 1 7 34.9 32.4 9 95 0 0 4 3 1 0 3 0
1/ 3 at Dal
Tot als 274 77 164 33 68 208 .327 17 29 31: 11 969 4,663 4.8 381 1,496 3.9 3,167 42 300 3,467 546 330 .604 24 77 44.8 37.0 93 709 25 13 47 27 13 10 25 1
GAME-BY-GAME TEAM STATS
TDs
TDs Penal t y Fumbl eRed Zone Tot al Net Yds Rushi ng Passi ng Punt i ng
310.9 99.7 211.1
DEFENSE Fi r st Downs 3r d Down 4t h Dn.
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OFFENSE Fi r st Downs 3r d Down 4t h Dn. Penal t y Tot al Net Yds Rushi ng Passi ng Punt i ng
2009 NEST OF STATS
FIRST DOWN TENDENCIES
Rushing Passing Overall Times Gained
Team Plays Yards Avg. Plays Yards Avg. Plays Yards Avg. <4 4-10 11-20 21-30 31-40 41+
EAGLES 184 748 4.07 232 1972 8.50 416 2720 6.54 205 126 58 11 4 12
Opponents 198 756 3.82 216 1301 6.02 414 2057 4.97 229 116 49 14 5 1
AVERAGE STARTING FIELD POSITION
Phila. Opp.
Drives Started 181 186
Average Field Position 31.0 32.0
Drives Started in Plus Territory 29 26
Drives Started Inside/at Own 20 48/19 33/18
GOAL-TO-GO SITUATIONS
Team Total TD FG MFG Dwn Fbl INT Clk TD% Scor%
PHILADELPHIA 27 17 8 0 1 0 0 1 63.0 92.6
Opponents 26 16 6 0 2 1 1 0 61.5 84.6
PENALTY BREAKDOWN
Phila. Opp.
Total Penalties (Yards Lost) 109 (893) 93 (709)
Offensive Penalties (Yards Lost) 39 (261) 55 (402)
Defensive Penalties (Yards Lost) 43 (400) 27 (218)
Special Teams Penalties (Yards Lost) 27 (232) 11 (89)
1st Downs Given Up by Penalty 33 21
TIME SPENT IN THE LEAD
Phila. Opp. Tied
Through 15 games (900:00 minutes) 547:09 243:17 109:34
Percentage of time in the lead 60.8 27.0 12.2
REPLAY CHALLENGES
Total
Chlg Ovtn
By Eagles 7 3
By Opponent 6 3
By Booth 4 1
TOP 10 FIRST DOWNS EARNED
Player Rush Pass Rec. Total
Donovan McNabb 10 139 - 149
DeSean Jackson 5 - 39 44
LeSean McCoy 28 - 13 41
Brent Celek - - 37 37
Kevin Kolb 1 31 - 32
Jeremy Maclin - - 32 32
Jason Avant - - 26 26
Leonard Weaver 17 - 6 23
Brian Westbrook 12 - 6 18
Michael Vick 7 3 - 10
EAGLES OPPS.
1st Down Attempts 416 414
Yards 2720 2057
Average 6.54 4.97
2nd Down Attempts 301 318
Yards 1658 1340
Average 5.51 4.21
3rd Down Attempts 195 208
Yards 1099 1168
Average 5.64 5.62
4th Down Attempts 13 29
Yards 21 98
Average 1.62 3.38
Season Attempts 925 969
Yards 5498 4663
Average 5.94 4.81
By Half 1st Half Yards 3142 2343
2nd Half Yards 2356 2320
Negative Plays Rush/Pass 43/9 47/15
Negative Yards 105 125
Sacks Allowed 34 42
Negative Yards 259 300
Big Plays 20+runs 7 9
20+ passes 61 41
YARDS GAINED ANALYSIS
EAGLES OPPS.
Most Plays: 15 - 2x 16
last vs. NYG, 11/1 vs. TB, 10/11
15-72-6:56 16-41-9:41
FG Downs
Most Yards: 94 99
vs. SF, 12/20 at Atl., 12/6
9-94-5:02 13-99-5:27
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Most Time: 8:20 9:41
vs. NO, 9/20 vs. TB, 10/11
15-68-8:20 16-41-9:41
FG Downs
2009 LONGEST DRIVES
EAGLES OPPS.
Most Plays: 12 - 3x 13 - 3x
last at NYG, 12/13 last at Atl., 12/6
12-91-7:24 13-99-5:27
Most Yards: 94 99
vs. SF, 12/20 at Atl., 12/6
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Most Time: 7:24 8:06
at NYG, 12/13 at Car., 9/13
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2009 LONGEST TD DRIVES
OPPONENTS THIRD-AND...
Date Opp 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10+ Totals
9/13 at Car. 2-4 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-1 0-4 3-16
9/20 vs. NO 0-0 0-1 0-0 3-3 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 2-5 6-13
9/27 vs. KC 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-5 0-11
10/11 vs. TB 0-0 3-3 0-2 2-3 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-1 2-4 1-3 9-18
10/18 at Oak. 2-3 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-2 0-0 1-3 0-1 4-14
10/26 at Was. 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-2 2-5 3-12
11/1 vs. NYG 2-2 1-1 0-0 2-3 0-1 2-3 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-4 0-1 8-16
11/8 vs. Dal. 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-2 0-0 1-2 1-1 0-1 2-5 7-15
11/15 at SD 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 3-8
11/22 at Chi. 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-1 1-3 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-5 3-16
11/29 vs. Was. 0-0 2-3 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-1 2-2 0-1 1-2 1-3 1-3 8-17
12/6 at Atl. 1-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-0 1-1 2-3 0-2 4-14
12/13 at NYG 1-1 1-2 0-0 1-1 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-2 0-2 1-1 0-0 5-12
12/20 vs. SF 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-3 0-11
12/27 vs. Den. 0-1 1-3 1-2 0-1 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 1-4 5-15
1/3 at Dal.
Regular Season Totals: 10-20 11-19 2-8 9-16 2-11 6-20 4-12 4-14 3-14 8-27 9-47 68-208
50.0 57.9 25.0 56.3 18.2 30.0 33.3 28.6 21.4 29.6 19.1 32.7
EAGLES THIRD-AND...
Date Opp 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10+ Totals
9/13 at Car. 1-1 0-1 2-3 0-0 1-1 0-2 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-3 5-13
9/20 vs. NO 0-0 3-3 0-0 1-2 1-6 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 7-16
9/27 vs. KC 2-3 0-0 0-2 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-2 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 6-13
10/11 vs. TB 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1 1-2 2-3 0-0 0-2 4-10
10/18 at Oak. 0-0 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-4 0-4 2-16
10/26 at Was. 2-2 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-1 1-6 4-15
11/1 vs. NYG 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 3-4 6-11
11/8 vs. Dal. 1-3 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-2 4-12
11/15 at SD 0-2 0-1 1-1 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-3 5-13
11/22 at Chi. 4-4 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-5 7-15
11/29 vs. Was. 1-3 1-1 0-1 1-2 2-2 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 5-15
12/6 at Atl. 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 1-2 4-11
12/13 at NYG 0-0 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-2 1-1 1-1 3-8
12/20 vs. SF 2-3 1-1 0-0 1-3 0-1 0-1 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 6-14
12/27 vs. Den. 1-2 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-3 0-2 0-0 0-1 1-2 4-13
1/3 at Dal.
Regular Season Totals: 17-26 8-14 6-13 4-15 9-20 4-16 5-16 3-10 4-14 1-12 11-39 72-195
65.4 57.1 46.2 26.7 45.0 25.0 31.3 30.0 28.6 8.3 28.2 36.9
2009 THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY
2009 TURNOVER BREAKDOWN
TAKEAWAYS
Starting Point of Resulting
Date Opponent Turnover L.O.S. Turnover L.O.S. Qtr. Result (pts)
9/13 at Car S.Brown INT (J.Delhomme) CAR29 PHI49 CAR32 1 Field Goal (3)
V.Abiamiri FR (T. Cole FF) CAR25 CAR15 TD 2 Touchdown (7)
S.Brown INT (J.Delhomme) CAR33 CAR46 CAR9 2 Touchdown (7)
A.Jordan INT (J.Delhomme) CAR27 CAR21 CAR10 3 Touchdown (7)
A.Samuel INT (J.Delhomme) CAR24 PHI28 PHI28 3 Punt (0)
J.Hanson INT (M.Moore) CAR38 CAR44 CAR42 4 Missed Field Goal(0)
O.Gaither FR (D.Howard FF) 50 CAR47 CAR47 4 Downs (0)
9/20 NO A.Jordan INT (D.Brees) PHI29 PHI24 PHI27 2 Field Goal (3)
9/27 KC Q.Mikell FR (C.Gocong FF) KC43 KC45 PHI47 3 Punt (0)
10/11 TB A.Samuel INT (J.Johnson) PHI8* End zone PHI27 2 End of Half (0)
A.Samuel INT (J.Johnson) TB32 TB42 TB27 3 Touchdown (7)
S.Brown INT (J.Johnson) PHI12* PHI9 PHI9 3 Field Goal (3)
10/18 at Oak A.Samuel INT (J.Russell) OAK18 OAK28 OAK29 1 Missed Field Goal (0)
Q.Mikell INT (J.Russell) OAK36 PHI44 OAK40 2 Field Goal (3)
10/26 at Wash W.Witherspoon INT (J.Campbell) WAS11 WAS9 End zone 1 Touchdown (7)
Q.Mikell FR (W.Witherspoon FF) WAS38 WAS35 WAS36 2 Field Goal (3)
S.Jones FR (ST) PHI37 WAS25 WAS25 2 Field Goal (3)
B.Bunkley FR PHI4* PHI9 PHI9 4 Punt (0)
11/1 NYG A.Samuel INT (E.Manning) NYG43 NYG47 NYG10 1 Touchdown (7)
Q.Demps INT (E.Manning) NYG30 PHI45 NYG43 2 Touchdown (7)
M.Fokou FR (ST) PHI30 NYG21 NYG21 3 Field Goal (3)
11/8 DAL S.Brown INT (T.Romo) PHI33 PHI11 PHI12 3 Punt (0)
11/15 at SD None
11/22 at Chi S.Jones INT (J.Cutler) CHI37 50 50 4 End of Game (0)
11/29 WASH A.Samuel INT (J.Campbell) WAS21 WAS21 WAS21 2 Field Goal (3)
A.Samuel INT (J.Campbell) WAS37 WAS45 WAS28 2 Field Goal (3)
12/6 at Atl T.White FR (ST) PHI30 ATL25 ATL22 1 Touchdown (7)
S.Brown INT (C.Redman) PHI22 PHI17 End zone 3 Touchdown (7)
S.Jones INT (C.Redman) PHI42 PHI18 ATL45 4 Touchdown (7)
12/13 at NYG S.Brown FR (T.Cole FF) PHI44 PHI40 End zone 1 Touchdown (7)
M.Fokou FR (ST) (J.Mays FF) PHI30 NYG33 NYG32 2 End of Half (0)
S.Jones FR PHI29 PHI15 PHI14 3 Punt (0)
J.Hanson FR (D.Howard FF) NYG12 NYG22 NYG10 4 End of Game (0)
12/20 SF Q.Mikell INT (A.Smith) SF39 PHI32 PHI32 1 Punt (0)
A.Samuel FR (S.Brown FF) PHI16* PHI8 PHI6 2 Touchdown (7)
A.Samuel INT (A.Smith) SF36 SF46 SF28 2 Field Goal (3)
T.White INT (A.Smith) SF27 SF34 SF29 2 Field Goal (3)
12/27 DEN A.Samuel INT (K.Orton) PHI40 PHI8 PHI1 3 Punt (0)
1/3 at Dal
Regular Season Totals: 37 Takeaways resulted in 117 points
L.O.S. - Line of scrimmage
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ST - Special teams play
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GIVEAWAYS
Starting Point of Resulting
Date Opponent Turnover L.O.S. Turnover L.O.S. Qtr. Result (pts)
9/13 at Car D.McNabb INT (J.Beason) CAR30 CAR25 CAR35 3 Interception (0)
K.Kolb FUMBLE PHI46 PHI35 PHI35 4 Punt (0)
9/20 NO E.Hobbs FUMBLE (ST) NO30 PHI22 PHI22 3 Touchdown (7)
K.Kolb INT (S.Shanle) PHI24 PHI27 PHI24 3 Touchdown (7)
K.Kolb INT (D.Sharper) NO11* NO3 TD 4 Touchdown (7)
K.Kolb INT (T.Porter) NO42 NO10 NO10 4 End of game (0)
9/27 KC J.Garcia FUMBLE PHI16 PHI20 PHI20 4 Touchdown (7)
10/11 TB None
10/18 at Oak None
10/26 at Wash None
11/1 NYG D.McNabb FUMBLE NYG40 50 PHI42 3 Field Goal (3)
J.Babin FUMBLE (ST) NYG30 PHI23 PHI23 3 Touchdown (7)
11/8 DAL D.McNabb INT (G.Sensabaugh) PHI26 PHI37 PHI37 1 Touchdown (7)
D.McNabb INT (M.Jenkins) PHI23 DAL45 PHI42 3 Field Goal (3)
11/15 at SD D.McNabb INT (A.Cromartie) SD34 End zone NA 4 End of game (0)
11/22 at Chi D.McNabb INT (Z.Bowman) PHI38 PHI45 PHI45 2 Punt (0)
D.Jackson FUMBLE CHI39 CHI33 CHI33 2 Field Goal (3)
L.McCoy FUMBLE PHI19 PHI36 PHI37 4 Blocked FG (0)
11/29 WASH D.McNabb INT (J.Tryon) PHI13 PHI26 PHI23 4 Field Goal (3)
12/6 at Atl None
12/13 at NYG D.McNabb INT (J.Goff) PHI30 PHI34 PHI29 3 Fumble (0)
12/20 SF D.McNabb INT (S.Spencer) SF29 End zone SF20 2 Interception (0)
D.McNabb INT (D.Bly) PHI30 PHI44 PHI35 3 Touchdown (7)
12/27 DEN D.McNabb FUMBLE DEN19* DEN28 DEN32 1 Punt (0)
D.McNabb INT (C.Bailey) PHI45 DEN46 50 3 Field Goal (3)
M.Harris FUMBLE (ST) DEN30 PHI16 PHI16 3 Touchdown (7)
1/3 at Dal
Regular Season Totals: 22 Giveaways resulted in 71 points
TURNOVER BREAKDOWN
L.O.S. - Line of scrimmage
* - Red zone play
ST - Special teams play
(TB) - Touch back
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
9/13 at Car D.McNabb 7 3 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 24 3.43 57.1
K.Kolb 6 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0.00 0.0
9/20 vs. NO K.Kolb 13 2 2 0 5 1 3 0 0 0 20 1.54 30.8
9/27 vs. KC K.Kolb 10 4 2 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 34 3.40 60.0
J.Garcia 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0.00 0.0
10/11 vs.TB D.McNabb 9 4 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 31 3.44 55.6
M.Vick 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0.00 0.0
10/18 at Oak D.McNabb 14 0 3 2 8 1 0 0 0 0 9 0.64 21.4
10/26 at Was D.McNabb 13 2 2 0 8 1 0 0 0 0 20 1.54 30.8
11/1 vs. NYG D.McNabb 10 5 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 40 4.00 70.0
M.Vick 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0.0
11/8 vs. DAL D.McNabb 10 1 3 0 3 1 2 0 0 1 16 1.60 40.0
11/15 at SD D.McNabb 10 2 3 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 23 2.30 50.0
11/22 at Chi D.McNabb 14 3 1 0 5 0 1 2 0 2 24 1.71 28.6
11/29 vs. WAS D.McNabb 13 2 4 0 5 0 1 0 0 1 27 2.08 46.2
12/6 at Atl D.McNabb 8 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 20 2.50 50.0
M.Vick 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 7.00 100.0
K.Kolb 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0.0
12/13 at NYG D.McNabb 11 4 1 0 4 0 1 0 0 1 31 2.82 45.5
12/20 vs. SF D.McNabb 13 3 2 0 4 1 2 0 0 1 27 2.08 38.5
12/27 vs. DEN D.McNabb 13 3 3 0 5 0 1 1 0 0 30 2.31 46.2
1/3 at Dal
TOTALS: D.McNabb 145 34 28 3 56 4 10 4 0 7 322 2.22 42.8
K.Kolb 30 6 4 1 11 3 3 1 0 1 54 1.80 30.0
M.Vick 4 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 7 1.75 25.0
J.Garcia 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0.00 0.0
TEAM 181 41 32 4 69 7 13 6 0 10 383 2.12 40.3
2009 DRIVE ENGINEERING
OPPONENTS GAME-BY-GAME DRIVES
Drives Ended By Points Pts./
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9/13 at Car J.Delhomme 10 1 1 0 2 0 4 1 0 1 10 1.00 20.0
J.McCown 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0.0
M.Moore 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0.00 0.0
9/20 vs. NO D.Brees 12 5 2 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 41 3.42 58.3
9/27 vs. KC M.Cassel 12 2 0 0 9 0 0 1 0 0 14 1.17 16.7
10/11 vs.TB J.Johnson 12 2 0 0 4 2 3 0 1 0 14 1.17 16.7
10/18 at Oak J.Russell 15 1 2 0 7 1 2 0 0 2 13 0.87 20.0
10/26 at Was J.Campbell 13 2 1 0 7 0 1 2 0 0 17 1.31 23.1
11/1 vs. NYG E.Manning 12 2 1 1 3 2 2 0 0 1 17 1.42 25.0
11/8 vs. DAL T.Romo 11 2 2 0 5 0 1 0 0 1 20 1.82 36.4
11/15 at SD P.Rivers 10 4 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 31 3.10 50.0
11/22 at Chi J.Cutler 13 1 4 1 6 0 1 0 0 0 20 1.54 38.5
11/29 vs. WAS J.Campbell 13 3 1 0 5 1 2 0 0 1 24 1.85 30.8
12/6 at Atl C.Redman 10 1 0 0 6 1 2 1 0 0 7 0.70 10.0
12/13 at NYG E.Manning 12 5 1 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 38 3.17 50.0
12/20 vs. SF A.Smith 12 1 2 0 4 1 3 1 0 0 13 1.08 25.0
12/27 vs. DEN K.Orton 14 3 2 0 7 0 1 0 0 2 27 1.93 35.7
1/3 at Dal
TOTALS: TEAM 186 35 20 2 77 9 24 10 2 9 306 1.65 29.6
2009 DRIVE ENGINEERING
2009 PLAYS FROM SCRIMMAGE OF 20+ YARDS
EAGLES at PANTHERS - 9/13/09
EAGLES: 0 pass, 1 rush
Run Pass Description
25 DeSean Jackson run
PANTHERS: 1 pass, 0 rush
Run Pass Description
20 Jake Delhomme to DeAngelo Williams
EAGLES vs. SAINTS - 9/20/09
EAGLES: 5 pass, 0 rush
Run Pass Description
71T Kevin Kolb to DeSean Jackson
26 Kevin Kolb to Jason Avant
26 Kevin Kolb to Brent Celek
25 Kevin Kolb to Jason Avant
21 Kevin Kolb to Brent Celek
SAINTS: 4 pass, 1 rush
Run Pass Description
38 Drew Brees to Devery Henderson
29 Drew Brees to Reggie Bush
25T Drew Brees to Marques Colston
23 Mike Bell run
22 Drew Brees to Jeremy Shockey
EAGLES vs. CHIEFS - 9/27/09
EAGLES: 3 pass, 0 rush
Run Pass Description
64T Kevin Kolb to DeSean Jackson
43 Kevin Kolb to DeSean Jackson
35T Kevin Kolb to Brent Celek
CHIEFS: 1 pass, 1 rush
Run Pass Description
26 Mark Bradley to Jamaal Charles
22 Mark Bradley run
EAGLES vs. BUCCANEERS - 10/11/09
EAGLES: 5 pass, 0 rush
Run Pass Description
51T Donovan McNabb to Jeremy Maclin
40T Donovan McNabb to Jeremy Maclin
38 Donovan McNabb to Brent Celek
20T Donovan McNabb to Leonard Weaver
20 Donovan McNabb to Brian Westbrook
BUCCANEERS: 2 pass, 2 rush
Run Pass Description
31 Josh Johnson to Antonio Bryant
29 Josh Johnson run
28 Derrick Ward run
24 Josh Johnson to Kellen Winslow
EAGLES at RAIDERS - 10/18/09
EAGLES: 4 pass, 1 rush
Run Pass Description
51 Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson
42 Donovan McNabb to Brent Celek
34 Donovan McNabb to Brian Westbrook
25 Brian Westbrook run
22 Donovan McNabb to Brian Westbrook
RAIDERS: 2 pass, 1 rush
Run Pass Description
86T JaMarcus Russell to Zach Miller
21 JaMarcus Russell to Zach Miller
20 Justin Fargas run
EAGLES at REDSKINS - 10/26/09
EAGLES: 2 pass, 1 rush
Run Pass Description
67T DeSean Jackson run
57T Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson
20 Donovan McNabb to Jeremy Maclin
REDSKINS: 3 pass, 0 rush
Run Pass Description
24 Jason Campbell to Santana Moss
22 Jason Campbell to Devin Thomas
21 Jason Campbell to Devin Thomas
EAGLES vs. GIANTS - 11/1/09
EAGLES: 4 pass, 2 rush
Run Pass Description
66T LeSean McCoy run
54T Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson
41T Leonard Weaver run
28 Donovan McNabb to Jason Avant
23T Donovan McNabb to Jeremy Maclin
20 Donovan McNabb to Brent Celek
GIANTS: 4 pass, 0 rush
Run Pass Description
35 Eli Manning to Hakeem Nicks
30 Eli Manning to Kevin Boss
22 Eli Manning to Kevin Boss
22 Eli Manning to Brandon Jacobs
EAGLES vs. COWBOYS - 11/8/09
EAGLES: 5 pass, 0 rush
Run Pass Description
45 Donovan McNabb to LeSean McCoy
23 Donovan McNabb to Jason Avant
20 Donovan McNabb to Jason Avant
20 Donovan McNabb to Brent Celek
20 Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson
COWBOYS: 5 pass, 0 rush
Run Pass Description
64 Tony Romo to Patrick Crayton
49T Tony Romo to Miles Austin
22 Tony Romo to Roy Williams
21 Tony Romo to Kevin Ogletree
21 Tony Romo to Roy Williams
EAGLES at CHARGERS - 11/15/09
EAGLES: 5 pass, 0 rush
Run Pass Description
58 Donovan McNabb to Jason Avant
28 Donovan McNabb to Jeremy Maclin
27 Donovan McNabb to Jason Avant
22 Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson
21 Donovan McNabb to Jason Avant
CHARGERS: 4 pass, 1 rush
Run Pass Description
22 Philip Rivers to Malcolm Floyd
20T Philip Rivers to Mike Tolbert
20T LaDainian Tomlinson run
20T Philip Rivers to Legedu Naanee
20 Philip Rivers to Antonio Gates
EAGLES at BEARS - 11/22/09
EAGLES: 3 pass, 1 rush
Run Pass Description
48T Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson
34 Michael Vick run
21 Donovan McNabb to Brent Celek
20 Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson
BEARS: 1 pass, 1 rush
Run Pass Description
72 Khalil Bell run
23 Jay Cutler to Earl Bennett
EAGLES vs. REDSKINS - 11/29/09
EAGLES: 4 pass, 0 rush
Run Pass Description
46 Donovan McNabb to Jason Avant
35T Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson
35 Donovan McNabb to Jeremy Maclin
20 Donovan McNabb to Jason Avant
REDSKINS: 4 pass, 0 rush
Run Pass Description
35 Jason Campbell to Devin Thomas
29 Jason Campbell to Fred Davis
27 Jason Campbell to Malcolm Kelly
23 Jason Campbell to Malcolm Kelly
EAGLES at FALCONS - 12/6/09
EAGLES: 4 pass, 0 rush
Run Pass Description
59 Donovan McNabb to Leonard Weaver
56 Donovan McNabb to Jeremy Maclin
43 Michael Vick to Reggie Brown
21 Donovan McNabb to Reggie Brown
FALCONS: 3 pass, 0 rush
Run Pass Description
35 Chris Redman to Roddy White
24 Chris Redman to Tony Gonzalez
23 Chris Redman to Roddy White
EAGLES at GIANTS - 12/13/09
EAGLES: 6 pass, 0 rush
Run Pass Description
60T Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson
44 Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson
32 Michael Vick to DeSean Jackson
23 Donovan McNabb to Brent Celek
23 Donovan McNabb to Brent Celek
20 Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson
GIANTS: 5 pass, 0 rush
Run Pass Description
68T Eli Manning to Hakeem Nicks
61T Eli Manning to Domenik Hixon
31 Eli Manning to Ahmad Bradshaw
23 Eli Manning to Kevin Boss
20 Eli Manning to Hakeem Nicks
EAGLES vs. 49ERS - 12/20/09
EAGLES: 4 pass, 0 rush
Run Pass Description
59 Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson
43 Donovan McNabb to Brent Celek
39 Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson
21 Donovan McNabb to Jason Avant
49ERS: 1 pass, 1 rush
Run Pass Description
37 Frank Gore run
22 Alex Smith to Josh Morgan
EAGLES vs. BRONCOS - 12/27/09
EAGLES: 7 pass, 1 rush
Run Pass Description
47T Donovan McNabb to Brent Celek
39 Donovan McNabb to LeSean McCoy
34 Donovan McNabb to Brent Celek
31 Donovan McNabb to Brent Celek
27 Donovan McNabb to Jeremy Maclin
27 Donovan McNabb run
25 Donovan McNabb to Jeremy Maclin
21 Donovan McNabb to Jeremy Maclin
BRONCOS: 1 pass, 1 rush
Run Pass Description
33 Correll Buckhalter run
26 Kyle Orton to Tony Scheffler
2009 PLAYS FROM SCRIMMAGE OF 20+ YARDS
Won in Overtime
By Eagles: 10/24/04 Eagles win at Cleveland, 34-31
By Opponent: 9/17/06 Giants win at Philadelphia, 30-24
Won by Scoring in the Last Two Minutes of Regulation
By Eagles: 12/27/09 Eagles win vs. Denver, 30-27 (last score at 0:04)
By Opponent: 10/21/07 Bears win at Philadelphia, 19-16 (last score at 0:09)
Tied Game by Scoring in the Last Two Minutes of Regulation
By Eagles: 12/11/05 Eagles loss vs. NY Giants, 26-23 ot (tied game at 1:52)
By Opponent: 10/15/06 Giants win at Philadelphia, 30-24 ot (tied game at 0:10)
Won on National Television
By Eagles: 12/13/09 Eagles win at NY Giants, 45-38
By Opponent: 11/8/09 Eagles loss vs. Dallas, 16-20
Won in Prime Time
By Eagles: 12/13/09 Eagles win at NY Giants, 45-38
By Opponent: 11/8/09 Eagles loss vs. Dallas, 16-20
Shutout
By Eagles: 12/1/1996 Win vs. Giants at Philadephia, 24-0
By Opponent: 12/5/05 Seahawks win at Philadelphia, 42-0
Won by 20-or-more Points
By Eagles: 12/6/09 Eagles win at Atlanta, 34-7
By Opponent: 9/20/09 Saints win at Philadelphia, 48-22
Won After Trailing by 20-or-More Points
By Eagles: 10/3/1993 Eagles win at NY Jets, 35-30 (Jets ahead 21-0 in 2nd quarter)
By Opponent: 9/12/1999 Cardinals win at Philadelphia, 25-24 (Eagles ahead 21-0 in 1st quarter)
Held a 28-or-More Point Lead
By Eagles: 12/6/09 Eagles win at Atlanta, 34-7 (34 when winning 34-0)
By Opponent: 9/20/09 Saints win at Philadelphia, 48-22 (28 when winning 48-20)
Held a 21-or-More Point Lead
By Eagles: 12/6/09 Eagles win at Atlanta, 34-7
By Opponent: 9/20/09 Saints win at Philadelphia, 48-22
Held a 14-or-More Point Lead
By Eagles: 12/27/09 Eagles win vs. Denver, 30-27 (17 when winning 27-10)
By Opponent: 11/15/09 Eagles loss at San Diego, 23-31 (19 when winning 28-9)
THE LAST TIME - TEAM TOTALS
Scored 20-or-More Points in a Quarter
By Eagles: 9/13/09 Eagles win at Carolina, 38-10 (28 points, 2nd Q)
By Opponent: 11/23/08 Ravens win at Baltimore, 36-7 (24 points, 4th Q)
Scored 20-or-More Points in a Half
By Eagles: 12/27/09 Eagles win vs. Denver, 30-27 (20 points, 1st half)
By Opponent: 12/27/09 Eagles win vs. Denver, 30-27 (20 points, 2nd half)
Held Opponent without a Touchdown
By Eagles: 12/28/08 Eagles win vs. Dallas, 44-6 (2 FGs)
1/11/09 Eagles win at NY Giants, 23-11 (3 FGs) (NFC-D)
By Opponent: 10/18/09 Eagles loss at Oakland, 9-13 (3 FGs)
Touchdowns Scored by Offense and Defense
By Eagles: 12/13/09 Eagles win at NY Giants, 45-38 (4 offense, 1 defense, 1 special teams)
By Opponent: 9/20/09 Saints win at Philadelphia, 48-22 (5 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: 12/20/09 Eagles win vs. San Francisco, 27-13
By Opponent: 11/29/09 Eagles win vs. Washington, 27-24
Safety Scored
By Eagles: 10/11/09 Carnell Williams tackled in end zone by Darren Howard
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: 12/13/09 Jason Avant pass from Donovan McNabb at NY Giants
By Opponent: 11/22/09 Matt Forte pass from Jay Cutler at Chicago
Failed Two Point Conversion Attempt
By Eagles: 11/11/07 Pass failed from Donovan McNabb to Matt Schobel
1/18/09 Pass failed from Donovan McNabb to Brian Westbrook (NFC-C)
By Opponent: 11/27/08 Pass failed from Kurt Warner to Larry Fitzgerald
THE LAST TIME - TEAM TOTALS
Fumble Recovered for Touchdown
By Eagles: 12/13/09 Sheldon Brown recovered a Brandon Jacobs fumble and returned it 60 yards at NY Giants
By Opponent: 9/30/07 Kawika Mitchell recovered a Donovan McNabb fumble and returned it 17 yards at NY Giants
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: 12/6/09 Eagles win at Atlanta, 34-7
By Opponent: 11/15/09 Eagles loss at San Diego, 23-31
Touchdown Drive of 10-or-More Plays
By Eagles: 12/13/09 Eagles win at NY Giants, 45-38 (12 plays; Leonard Weaver 1-yd. run)
By Opponent: 12/27/09 Eagles win vs. Denver, 30-27 (12 plays; Jabar Gaffney 11-yd. pass from Kyle Orton)
Touchdown Drive of 80-or-More Yards
By Eagles: 12/27/09 Eagles win vs. Denver, 30-27 (88 yards; Brent Celek 47-yd. pass from Donovan McNabb)
(80 yards; Jason Avant 15-yd. pass from Donovan McNabb)
By Opponent: 12/13/09 Eagles win at NY Giants, 45-38 (83 yards; Hakeem Nicks 68-yd. pass from Eli Manning)
Touchdown Drive of Five-or-More Minutes
By Eagles: 12/20/09 Eagles win vs. San Francisco, 27-13 (5:02; Donovan McNabb 8-yd. run)
By Opponent: 12/27/09 Eagles win vs. Denver, 30-27 (5:44; Jabar Gaffney 11-yd. pass from Kyle Orton)
THE LAST TIME - TEAM TOTALS
500-or-More Total Net Yards of Offense
By Eagles: 9/7/08 Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3 (522; 108 rushing, 414 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: 12/20/09 Eagles win vs. San Francisco, 27-13 (422; 116 rushing, 306 passing)
By Opponent: 12/13/09 Eagles win at NY Giants, 45-38 (512; 133 rushing, 379 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: 11/18/07 Eagles win vs. Miami, 17-7 (202)
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: 10/26/08 Brian Westbrook (22-167-2TDs) vs. Atlanta
By Opponent: 12/10/06 Ladell Betts (33-171-0TDs) at Washington
Individual 100-Yard Rushing Game
By Eagles: 12/7/08 Brian Westbrook (33-131-1TD) at New York Giants
By Opponent: 12/20/09 Frank Gore (16-107-0TDs) vs. San Francisco
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: 11/27/08-12/7/08 Brian Westbrook (22-110-2TDs) vs. Arizona; B. Westbrook (33-131-1TD) at New York Giants
By Opponent: 10/5/08-10/12/08 Clinton Portis (29-145-1TD) at Philadelphia; Frank Gore (19-101-1TD) at San Francisco
Combined 200-Yard Rushing by Two Players
By Eagles: 10/28/02 237 by Duce Staley (24-126-0TDs) & Donovan McNabb (8-107-1TD) vs. NY Giants
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: 12/7/08 Brian Westbrook (33-131-1TD) at New York Giants
By Opponent: 11/11/07 Clinton Portis (30-137-0TDs) at Washington
Individual with 25-or-More Carries
By Eagles: 11/18/07 Brian Westbrook (32-148-0TDs) vs. Miami
By Opponent: 10/5/08 Clinton Portis (29-145-1TD) vs. Washington
THE LAST TIME - OFFENSIVE TOTALS
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: 11/1/09 66t by LeSean McCoy vs. NY Giants
By Opponent: 11/22/09 72 by Khalil Bell at Chicago
Rushing Play of 40-or-More Yards
By Eagles: 11/1/09 66t by LeSean McCoy vs. NY Giants
41t by Leonard Weaver vs. NY Giants
By Opponent: 11/22/09 72 by Khalil Bell at Chicago
Individual with Two-or-More Rushing Touchdowns
By Eagles: 11/27/08 Brian Westbrook (22-110-2TDs) vs. Arizona
By Opponent: 11/15/09 LaDainian Tomlinson (24-96-2TDs) at San Diego
400 Net Yards Passing by Team
By Eagles: 11/15/09 Eagles loss at San Diego, 23-31 (433)
By Opponent: 11/4/07 Cowboys win at Philadelphia, 38-17 (434)
300 Net Yards Passing by Team
By Eagles: 12/20/09 Eagles win vs. San Francisco, 27-13 (306)
By Opponent: 12/13/09 Eagles win at NY Giants, 45-38 (379)
Individual with 50-or-More Pass Attempts
By Eagles: 11/15/09 Donovan McNabb (55-35-450-1-2TDs) at San Diego
By Opponent: 10/11/09 Josh Johnson (50-26-240-3-2TDs) vs. Tampa Bay
Individual with 40-or-More Pass Attempts
By Eagles: 11/15/09 Donovan McNabb (55-35-450-1-2TDs) at San Diego
By Opponent: 12/27/09 Kyle Orton (41-27-189-1-3TDs) vs. Denver
Individual with 30-or-More Pass Completions
By Eagles: 11/15/09 Donovan McNabb (55-35-450-1-2TDs) at San Diego
By Opponent: 12/23/07 Drew Brees (45-30-289-1-0TDs) at New Orleans
Individual with 25-or-More Pass Completions
By Eagles: 11/15/09 Donovan McNabb (55-35-450-1-2TDs) at San Diego
By Opponent: 12/27/09 Kyle Orton (41-27-189-1-3TDs) vs. Denver
No Sacks Allowed
By Eagles: 12/20/09 Eagles win vs. San Francisco, 27-13 (36 attempts - Donovan McNabb)
By Opponent: 12/7/08 Giants loss at New York Giants (27 attempts - Eli Manning)
1/11/09 Eagles win at New York Giants (29 attempts - Eli Manning)
THE LAST TIME - OFFENSIVE TOTALS
Individual 300-Yard Passing Game
By Eagles: 12/27/09 Donovan McNabb (35-20-322-1-3TDs) vs. Denver
By Opponent: 12/13/09 Eli Manning (38-27-391-0-3TDs) at NY Giants
Consecutive 300-Yard Passing Games
By Eagles: 12/20/09 - 12/27/09 Donovan McNabb (36-21-306-2-1TD) vs. San Francisco; McNabb (35-20-322-1-3TDs) vs. Denver
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: 11/27/08 Donovan McNabb (39-27-260-0-4TDs) vs. Arizona
By Opponent: 10/30/05 Jake Plummer (35-22-309-0-4TDs) at Denver
1/18/09 Kurt Warner (28-21-279-0-4TDs) at Arizona (NFC-C)
Individual with Three-or-More Touchdown Passes
By Eagles: 12/27/09 Donovan McNabb (35-20-322-1-3TDs) vs. Denver
By Opponent: 12/27/09 Kyle Orton (41-27-189-1-3TDs) vs. Denver
Individual with 10-or-more Receptions
By Eagles: 11/4/07 Brian Westbrook (14-90-0TDs) vs. Dallas
1/18/09 Brent Celek (10-83-2TDs) at Arizona (NFC-C)
By Opponent: 11/16/08 T.J. Houshmandzadeh (12-149-1 TD) at Cincinnati
Individual with 150-Yard Receiving Game
By Eagles: 12/13/09 DeSean Jackson (6-178-1TD) at NY Giants
By Opponent: 11/4/07 Terrell Owens (10-174-1TD) vs. Dallas
1/18/09 Larry Fitzgerald (9-152-3TDs) at Arizona (NFC-C)
Individual with 100-Yard Receiving Game
By Eagles: 12/27/09 Brent Celek (4-121-1TD) vs. Denver
By Opponent: 12/13/09 Hakeem Nicks (4-110-1TD) at NY Giants
Two 100-Yard Receivers in the Same Game
By Eagles: 9/20/09 Brent Celek (8-104-0TD), DeSean Jackson (6-149-1TD) vs. Kansas City
By Opponent: 9/17/06 Amani Toomer (12-137-2TDs) & Plaxico Burress (6-114-1TD) vs. NY Giants
Consecutive 100-Yard Receiving Games
By Eagles: 12/13/09 - 12/20/09 DeSean Jackson; (6-178-1TD) at NY Giants and (6-140-1TD) vs. San Francisco
By Opponent: 10/11/09 - 10/18/09 Roddy White (9-104-1TD) at Atlanta; Hakeem Nicks (4-110-1TD) at NY Giants
THE LAST TIME - OFFENSIVE TOTALS
Pass Play of 80-or-More Yards
By Eagles: 9/7/08 90t, Donovan McNabb to Hank Baskett vs. St. Louis
By Opponent: 10/18/09 86t, JaMarcus Russell to Zach Miller at Oakland
Pass Play of 60-or-More Yards
By Eagles: 12/13/09 60T, Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson at NY Giants
By Opponent: 12/13/09 68T, Eli Manning to Hakeem Nicks
61T, Eli Manning to Domenik Hixon
Pass Play of 40-or-More Yards
By Eagles: 12/27/09 47T, Donovan McNabb to Brent Celek vs. Denver
By Opponent: 12/13/09 68T, Eli Manning to Hakeem Nicks
61T, Eli Manning to Domenik Hixon
Individual with Three-or-More Touchdown Receptions
By Eagles: 9/23/07 Kevin Curtis (11-221-3TDs) vs. Detroit
By Opponent: 10/3/1993 Johnny Mitchell (7-146-3TDs) at NY Jets
1/18/09 Larry Fitzgerald (9-152-3TDs) at Arizona (NFC-C)
Individual with Two-or-More Touchdown Receptions
By Eagles: 10/11/09 Jeremy Maclin (6-142-2TDs) vs. Tampa Bay
By Opponent: 12/27/09 Jabar Gaffney (7-69-2TDs) vs. Denver
Led Team in Both Rushing and Receiving Yards in the Same Game
By Eagles: 11/8/09 LeSean McCoy (13-54-0TD rushing, 5-61-0TD receiving) vs. Dallas
By Opponent: 9/28/08 Matt Forte (19-43-0TD rushing, 5-42-0TD receiving) at Chicago
100-Yard Rusher & Receiver in the Same Game
By Eagles: 10/14/07 Brian Westbrook (20-120-0TDs rus.) & Kevin Curtis (5-121-1TD rec.) at NY Jets
By Opponent: 12/11/05 Tiki Barber (32-124-0TDs) & Jeremy Shockey (10-107-0TDs) vs. NY Giants
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: 10/26/09 DeSean Jackson (1-67-1TD rushing, 2-69-1TD receiving) at Washington
By Opponent: 9/15/08 Marion Barber (18-63-1TD rushing, 4-51-1TD receiving) at Dallas
Individual with at Least One Rushing Touchdown and One Touchdown Pass in the Same Game
By Eagles: 12/20/09 Donovan McNabb (36-21-306-2-1TD passing, 4-5-1TD rushing) vs. San Francisco
By Opponent: 12/11/05 Eli Manning (44-28-312-3-1TD passing, 4-8-1TD rushing) vs. NY Giants
THE LAST TIME - OFFENSIVE TOTALS
Held Opponent Under 200 Yards Total Offense
By Eagles: 9/27/09 Eagles win vs. Kansas City, 34-14 (196; 99 rushing, 97 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: 12/27/09 Eagles win vs. Denver,30-27 (241; 70 rushing, 171 passing)
By Opponent: 12/6/09 Eagles win at Atlanta, 34-7 (295; 61 rushing, 234 passing)
Held Opponent Under 50 Yards Rushing
By Eagles: 11/27/08 Eagles win vs. Arizona, 48-20 (25)
By Opponent: 11/15/09 Eagles loss at San Diego, 23-31 (29)
Held Opponent Under 75 Yards Rushing
By Eagles: 12/27/09 Eagles win vs. Denver, 30-27 (70)
By Opponent: 12/6/09 Eagles win at Atlanta, 34-7 (61)
Held Opponent Under 100 Yards Rushing
By Eagles: 12/27/09 Eagles win vs. Denver, 30-27 (70)
By Opponent: 12/13/09 Eagles win at NY Giants, 45-38 (77)
Held Opponent Under 100 Net Yards Passing
By Eagles: 9/27/09 Eagles win vs. Kansas City, 34-14 (97)
By Opponent: 9/13/09 Eagles win at Carolina, 38-10 (82)
Held Opponent Under 150 Net Yards Passing
By Eagles: 9/27/09 Eagles win vs. Kansas City, 34-14 (97)
By Opponent: 10/26/09 Eagles win at Washington, 27-17 (140)
THE LAST TIME - DEFENSIVE TOTALS
Interception Return for a Touchdown
By Eagles: 12/6/09 Sheldon Brown, 83 yards (QB Chris Redman) at Atlanta
By Opponent: 9/20/09 Darren Sharper, 97 yards (QB Kevin Kolb) at Philadelphia
Individual with Three-or-More Interceptions
By Eagles: 10/23/66 Joe Scarpati (1-Earl Morrall, 2-Gary Wood) at NY Giants
By Opponent: 12/2/07 Lofa Tatupu (3-A.J. Feeley) vs. Seattle
Individual with Two-or-More Interceptions
By Eagles: 11/29/09 Asante Samuel (2-Jason Campbell) vs. Washington
By Opponent: 12/15/08 Brandon McDonald (2; 1 of Donovan McNabb, 1 of Kevin Kolb) vs. Cleveland
Seven-or-More Sacks by Team
By Eagles: 11/16/08 Eagles tie at Cincinnati, 13-13 (8)
By Opponent: 9/30/07 Giants win at New York, 3-16 (12)
Six-or-More Sacks by Team
By Eagles: 10/26/09 Eagles win at Washington, 27-17 (6)
By Opponent: 10/18/09 Eagles loss at Oakland, 9-13 (6)
Five-or-More Sacks by Team
By Eagles: 10/26/09 Eagles win at Washington, 27-17 (6)
By Opponent: 10/18/09 Eagles loss at Oakland, 9-13 (6)
Individual with Three-or More Sacks
By Eagles: 9/23/07 Trent Cole (3.0 of Jon Kitna) vs. Detroit
By Opponent: 10/11/09 Jimmy Wilkerson (3.0 of Donovan McNabb) at Philadelphia
Individual with Two-or More Sacks
By Eagles: 12/20/09 Trent Cole (2.0 sacks of Alex Smith) vs. San Francisco
By Opponent: 12/27/09 Elvis Dumervil (2.0 sacks of Donovan McNabb) vs. Denver
THE LAST TIME - DEFENSIVE TOTALS
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: 9/13/09 DeSean Jackson, 85 yards at Carolina
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: 11/28/04 Jevon Kearse blocked Jeff Feagles' punt at NY Giants
By Opponent: 11/23/08 Jameel McClain blocked Sav Rocca's punt at Baltimore
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 Shawn Suisham at Washington
Blocked Field Goal
By Eagles: 11/22/09 Antonio Dixon blocked a 48-yard attempt by Robbie Gould at Chicago
By Opponent: 9/13/09 Julius Peppers blocked a 51-yard attempt by David Akers at Carolina
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: 11/29/09 David Akers (4-4) vs. Washington
By Opponent: 11/22/09 Robbie Gould (4-5) at Chicago
Successful Onsides Kick
By Eagles: 11/25/07 David Akers kick recovered by Eagles Hank Baskett (2nd Q)
By Opponent: 10/11/09 Shane Andrus kick recovered by Buccaneers Elbert Mack (4th Q)
Failed Onsides Kick Attempt
By Eagles: 11/29/09 David Akers kick recovered by Redskins Quinton Ganther vs. Washington (1st Q)
By Opponent: 12/13/09 Lawrence Tynes kick recovered by Eagles Moise Fokou (4th Q)
THE LAST TIME - SPECIAL TEAMS TOTALS
VR
6-4, 267
Notre Dame
3rd year
Born 1/14/86 in Baltimore, MD
The Gilman School, Baltimore, MD
Acquired - D2b-07 (57th overall)
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A second-round draft choice out of Notre Dame in 2007, Victor Abi-
amiri (pronounced ahb-ee-ah-MEER-ee) brings brute strength, ath-
leticism, and versatility to the defensive line. Abiamiri has spent the
majority of his three seasons as part of the defensive end rotation,
while also stepping in as a defensive tackle in the nickel defense.
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Combined with Joselio Hanson to drag down Eli Manning for a
half sack at NYG (12/13)
• Recorded a half sack of Chargers QB Philip Rivers at SD (11/15)
• Registered a sack and forced fumble of Buccaneers QB Josh
Johnson vs. TB (10/11)
• Recorded the first touchdown of his life after recovering a fumble
forced by DE Trent Cole on Panthers QB Jake Delhomme (9/13 at
Car.) and returned it two yards into the end zone. Also notched a
career high with six tackles
BIRDSEED
• Is proud to have played high school football at The Gilman School
under Biff Poggi and former Colts All-Pro Joe Ehrmann, whose
unconventional coaching philosophy focuses on developing his
players into men. Abiamiri highly recommends a book written
about Ehrmann entitled Season of Life by Jeffrey Marx, a former
Colts ball boy who was there during Ehrmann's playing days
• His first job was with an investment business office in Towson,
MD, where he worked as a summer intern for his HS football
coach, following his sophomore year. Has been interested in the
financial field ever since, and spent the next six summers in var-
ious financial internships
• Interested in commercial and residential real estate development
and enrolled in an exclusive NFL Business Management and En-
trepreneurial workshop at Wharton during the 2009 offseason to
hone his skills
INJURY REPORT
• Was rendered inactive games 6-8 with a sprained knee
• Suffered a left knee sprain at Oak. (10/18/09) and was sidelined for
the remainder of the game
Tackles 6 (9/13/09 at Car.)
Sacks 1.0 (4x - 10/11/09 vs. TB)
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Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car W 1/1 4 2 6 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Sep 20 NO L 1/1 3 1 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/1 2 1 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/1 2 1 3 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/1 2 2 4 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was INACTIVE/KNEE
Nov 1 NYG INACTIVE/KNEE
Nov 8 Dal INACTIVE/KNEE
Nov 15 at SD L 1/0 1 0 1 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/0 2 0 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/0 1 1 2 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 12/5 17 8 25 2.0 4 0 0 0 0 1 1
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TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds
2007 Phil. 6/1 7 2 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2008 Phil. 10/0 22 10 12 2.0 14 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0
2009 Phil. 12/5 25 17 8 2.0 17.5 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2t
TOTALS 28/6 54 29 25 4.0 31.5 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 2t
PLAYOFFS
2008 Phil. 2/0 6 4 2 1.0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
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Description Opponent
2-yard FR for TD 9/13/09 at Car. (Delhomme)
TOUCHDOWNS (1)◦ 1-0 RECORD
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Louisville
11th year
Born 12/9/74 in Lexington, KY
Tates Creek HS, Lexington, KY
Acquired - FA - 1999
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A three-time Pro Bowler and one of the NFL's most reliable kickers,
David Akers is the franchise's all-time leader in points, field goals
and PATs. Akers is a true "rags to riches" story, having landed on the
waiver wire three times before settling into his current position in
Philadelphia. A former waiter and substitute teacher, Akers spent
his first season with the Eagles as a long field goal and kickoff spe-
cialist behind veteran Norm Johnson before winning the full-time
position in 2000.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• A three-time Pro Bowler in 2001-02
and 2004
• Leads the NFL since 2000 with
1,169 points
• Is the Eagles all-time leader in points (1,180), field goals (262),
50-plus yard FGs (14) and PATs (393)
• Holds franchise records for single-season points (144) and field
goals (33), both set in 2008
• Has a 93.5% (174-186) career success rate in field goal attempts
inside 40 yards
• Has made nine game-winning field goals with under 2:00 re-
maining in the fourth quarter or overtime
• Ranks 3rd on the Eagles all-time list with 171 games played
• Has notched three-or-
more 40-plus-yard FGs in
the same game five times
in his career. No other
kicker in team history has
ever accomplished that
feat once
• His 30 FGs in the postseason rank 3rd in NFL history (Adam
Vinatieri - 42; Gary Anderson - 32)
• Was selected as the kicker on the Eagles 75th anniversary team
in a vote by the fans
• Currently tied with Donovan McNabb and Simon Gagne as the
longest tenured athletes in Philadelphia
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Leads the NFL in total FGs (32) and points (139), ranks 3rd in 40-
plus yard field goals (12) and 5th in FG percentage (88.9)
• His 139 points and 32 field goals are the second-highest single-
season outputs in team history (he had 144 points and 33 FGs in
2008) and his 88.9 FG percentage is the highest average of his ca-
reer
• Connected on all three field goals vs. Den. (12/27), including his
second game-winning FG this season, a 28-yarder with four sec-
onds remaining
• Made 17 consecutive field goals, tying the longest streak in his
career (a team record 17 in 2001)
• Earned NFC Special Teams Player of the Month honors in No-
vember after connecting on all 13 field goal attempts, including
four from 40-plus yards, and 11 of 12 extra point attempts
• Went 4/4 on field goals vs. Was. (11/29), including a game-win-
ning 32-yarder with 1:48 remaining
• With kicks of 45, 48 and 52 yards vs. Dal (11/8), notched his sec-
ond game this season with three 40-plus FGs
BIRDSEED
• An avid fan of NASCAR, Akers regularly participates in sim-racing
on his computer against the likes of professional drivers Dale
Earnhardt, Jr., Denny Hamlin, and Martin Truex, Jr. on dmp-rac-
ing.com
Player Pts.
David Akers 139
Nate Kaeding (SD) 135
Lawrence Tynes (NYG) 125
Mason Crosby (GB) 122
Ryan Longwell (Min.) 118
Player FGs
David Akers 32
Nate Kaeding (SD) 29
Matt Prater (Den.) 29
Jay Feely (NYJ) 27
Lawrence Tynes (NYG) 27
Player 40+ yd FGs
Sebastian Janikowski (Oak.) 15
Rob Bironas (Ten.) 14
David Akers 12
Jay Feely (NYJ) 11
Matt Prater (Den.) 10
Player FG%
Neil Rackers (Arz.) 94.1
Ryan Longwell (Min.) 92.0
Olindo Mare (Sea.) 91.7
Nate Kaeding (SD) 90.6
David Akers 88.9
2009 NFL LEADING KICKERS
FG/FGA Pct. Lg
vs. Dallas 36/40 90.0 52
vs. NFC East 92/115 80.0 53
vs. NFC 193/238 81.1 53
on the road 121/159 76.0 53
on turf 108/135 80.0 53
indoors 16/24 66.7 47
in January 5/8 62.5 49
after bye week 171/206 83.0 52
at home 141/161 87.6 57
at Lincoln Financial 95/109 87.2 57
outdoors 246/296 83.1 57
on grass 154/185 83.2 57
in September 54/67 80.6 57
in October 60/74 81.1 53
in November 83/93 89.2 52
in December 57/75 76.0 51
in 4th quarter 69/85 81.2 57
in 4th quarter (+/- 7 pts.) 38/45 84.4 50
in overtime 3/3 100 50
when tied 49/65 75.4 52
before bye week 91/113 80.5 57
AKERS IN THE REGULAR SEASON...
Player Points
David Akers 1,169
Jason Elam 1,137
Ryan Longwell 1,127
Matt Stover 1,119
MOST POINTS SINCE 2000
Player FGs
David Akers 262
Paul McFadden 91
Sam Baker 90
Player Points
David Akers 1,180
Bobby Walston 881
Sam Baker 475
Player PATs
David Akers 393
Bobby Walston 365
Sam Baker 205
EAGLES ALL-TIME SCORING
Player Points
David Akers (2008) 144
David Akers (2009) 139
David Akers (2002) 133
David Akers (2004) 122
David Akers (2000) 121
Player FGs
David Akers (2008) 33
David Akers (2009) 32
David Akers (2002) 30
Paul McFadden (1984) 30
David Akers (2000) 29
EAGLES SINGLE-SEASON SCORING
Pro Bowls: 2001, 2002, 2004
Player Games
Brian Dawkins (1996-08) 183
Harold Carmichael (1971-83) 180
David Akers (1999-09) 171
EAGLES ALL-TIME GAMES PLAYED
DAVID AKERS
SCORING
Year Team GP FG-FGA Pct Lg Blk XP-XPA Pct Blk Pts
1998 Was. 1 0-2 0.0 - 0 2-2 100.0 0 2
1999 Phil. 16 3-6 50.0 53 0 2-2 100.0 0 11
2000 Phil. 16 29-33 87.9 51 0 34-36 94.4 1 121
2001 Phil. 16 26-31 83.9 50 0 37-38 97.4 1 115
2002 Phil. 16 30-34 88.2 51 0 43-43 100.0 0 133
2003 Phil. 16 24-29 82.8 57 1 42-42 100.0 0 114
2004 Phil. 16 27-32 84.4 51 0 41-42 97.6 1 122
2005 Phil. 12 16-22 72.7 50 0 23-23 100.0 0 71
2006 Phil. 16 18-23 78.3 47 0 48-48 100.0 0 102
2007 Phil. 16 24-32 75.0 53 0 36-36 100.0 0 108
2008 Phil. 16 33-40 82.5 51 3 45-45 100.0 0 144
2009 Phil. 15 32-36 88.9 52 1 42-44 95.5 2 139
TOTALS 172 262-320 81.9 57 5 395-401 98.5 5 1182
PLAYOFFS
2000 Phil. 2 1-3 33.3 28 0 4-4 100.0 0 7
2001 Phil. 3 6-6 100.0 46 0 10-10 100.0 0 28
2002 Phil. 2 3-4 75.0 39 0 3-3 100.0 0 12
2003 Phil. 2 3-4 75.0 41 0 2-2 100.0 0 11
2004 Phil. 3 4-4 100.0 34 0 9-9 100.0 0 21
2006 Phil. 2 4-4 100.0 48 0 5-5 100.0 0 17
2008 Phil. 3 9-10 90.0 51 0 5-6 83.3 0 32
TOTALS 17 30-35 85.7 51 0 38-39 97.4 0 128
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FGs 5 (11/18/01 at Dal.)
FG atts. 6 (10/3/04 at Chi.)
Long 57 (9/14/03 vs. NE)
Lg. att. 60 (11/14/05 vs. Dal.)
PATs 8 (9/23/07 vs. Det.)
PATs atts. 8 (9/23/07 vs. Det.)
Points 18 (11/18/01 at Dal.)
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Date Opp. G FG FGA Pct Lg Blk XP XPA Pct Blk Pts
Sep 13 at Car 1 1 2 50.0 49 1 5 5 100.0 0 8
Sep 20 NO 1 2 2 100.0 32 0 2 2 100.0 0 8
Sep 27 KC 1 2 2 100.0 38 0 4 4 100.0 0 10
Oct 11 TB 1 1 1 100.0 44 0 4 4 100.0 0 7
Oct 18 at Oak 1 3 5 60.0 45 0 0 0 0.0 0 9
Oct 26 at Was 1 2 2 100.0 47 0 3 3 100.0 0 9
Nov 1 NYG 1 2 2 100.0 35 0 4 5 80.0 1 10
Nov 8 Dal 1 3 3 100.0 52 0 1 1 100.0 0 10
Nov 15 at SD 1 3 3 100.0 25 0 2 2 100.0 0 11
Nov 22 at Chi 1 1 1 100.0 25 0 3 3 100.0 0 6
Nov 29 Was 1 4 4 100.0 41 0 1 1 100.0 0 13
Dec 6 at Atl 1 2 3 66.7 33 0 4 4 100.0 0 10
Dec 13 at NYG 1 1 1 100.0 20 0 3 4 75.0 1 7
Dec 20 SF 1 2 2 100.0 26 0 3 3 100.0 0 9
Dec 27 Den 1 3 3 100.0 45 0 3 3 100.0 0 12
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 15 32 36 88.9 52 0 42 44 95.5 2 139
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FIELD GOALS
Year Team 1-19 Pct 20-29 Pct 30-39 Pct 40-49 Pct 50+ Pct
1998 Was. 0-0 0.0 0-0 0.0 0-0 0.0 0-2 0.0 0-0 0.0
1999 Phil. 0-0 0.0 0-0 0.0 0-0 0.0 2-3 66.7 1-3 33.3
2000 Phil. 1-1 100.0 6-6 100.0 14-15 93.3 7-10 70.0 1-1 100.0
2001 Phil. 1-1 100.0 9-9 100.0 7-8 87.5 7-10 70.0 2-3 66.7
2002 Phil. 0-0 0.0 9-9 100.0 14-16 87.5 6-7 85.7 1-2 50.0
2003 Phil. 0-0 0.0 9-9 100.0 7-7 100.0 6-10 60.0 2-3 66.7
2004 Phil. 0-0 0.0 4-4 100.0 6-7 85.7 15-18 83.3 2-3 66.7
2005 Phil. 0-0 0.0 3-3 100.0 7-8 87.5 5-9 55.6 1-2 50.0
2006 Phil. 0-0 0.0 9-10 90.0 3-5 60.0 6-8 75.0 0-0 0.0
2007 Phil. 0-0 0.0 12-12 100.0 10-10 100.0 1-6 16.7 1-4 25.0
2008 Phil. 2-2 100.0 11-11 100.0 10-12 83.3 8-10 80.0 2-5 40.0
2009 Phil. 1-1 100.0 11-11 100.0 8-8 88.9 11-13 84.6 1-1 50.0
TOTALS 5-5 100.0 83-84 98.8 86-97 88.7 74-106 69.8 14-28 50.0
PLAYOFFS
2000 Phil. 0-0 0.0 1-1 100.0 0-2 0.0 0-0 0.0 0-0 0.0
2001 Phil. 0-0 0.0 2-2 100.0 1-1 100.0 3-3 100.0 0-0 0.0
2002 Phil. 0-0 0.0 0-0 0.0 3-3 100.0 0-0 0.0 0-1 0.0
2003 Phil. 0-0 0.0 0-0 0.0 2-3 66.7 1-1 100.0 0-0 0.0
2004 Phil. 0-0 0.0 2-2 100.0 2-2 100.0 0-0 0.0 0-0 0.0
2006 Phil. 1-1 100.0 1-1 100.0 1-1 100.0 1-1 100.0 0-0 0.0
2008 Phil. 0-0 0.0 2-2 100.0 3-3 100.0 3-4 75.0 1-1 100.0
TOTALS 1-1 100.0 8-8 100.0 12-15 80.0 8-9 88.9 1-2 50.0
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PASSING: 1-1-11-0-0 vs. GB 10/2/06
RUSHING: (2-25-15Lg) - 2000 (1-15 at Arz.
10/15/00), 2002 (1-10 vs. Dal. 9/22/02)
PUNTING: (1-36-1TB) - 2004 (1-36-1TB vs. Car.
10/17/04)
SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: (34) - 1999 (3), 2000
(3), 2001 (6), 2002 (7), 2003 (6), 2004 (2), 2006 (2),
2007 (2), 2008 (1), 2009 (2)
PLAYOFF SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 1 - 2008
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In 1997-98, Akers worked as a substi-
tute teacher at Westport Middle School
in Louisville between stints with Car-
olina and Atlanta. After being released
by Washington in 1998, he returned to
Atlanta because his wife, Erika, had
found a good job with Lucent Technolo-
gies. David then picked up a part-time
job as a waiter at a Longhorn Steak-
house in Lawrenceville, GA, until sign-
ing with the Eagles on 1/11/99.
THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED
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Arkansas
6th year
Born 12/25/82 in Camden, AR
Fairview HS, Camden, AR
Acquired - D1-04 (16th overall)
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The Eagles first-round draft choice in 2004, Shawn Andrews suf-
fered a back injury in training camp and was placed on the Injured
Reserve list on 9/15/09. A two-time Pro Bowler, Andrews is an ath-
letic and powerful offensive lineman when healthy.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Was named to the Pro Bowl in consecutive seasons (2006 and
2007) after being selected as a 1st alternate in 2005
BIRDSEED
• His brother, Derrick, is currently stationed in the U.S. Army in
Kuwait. "God willing, he's doing okay" says Shawn
• Is a former college roommate and teammate of Eagles LT Jason
Peters at Arkansas
• Began taking voice lessons in Philadelphia during his rookie sea-
son in 2004 with his voice coach Rod Millwood. He then outfitted
his house with a mini-recording studio where he can mix and
record his own music. Andrews upgraded the equipment in his
basement in 2007 and is extremely proud that he set everything up
by himself. "Music is my first love. If you took everything else
away, I could still go on if I had my music. My list of priorities goes
- God, family and music."
• Left college early to help his mother, Linda, who was laid off when
the International Paper Company in Camden was closed down.
Said Shawn, "I just couldn't stand to see her struggle, wondering
if this bill was going to get paid or if the lights were going to get
cut off."
• Admires All-Pro guards Will Shields and Larry Allen and has
modeled his game after features that each player possessed
• Lists Willy Wonka as his favorite movie of all time and owns a
framed copy of the golden ticket
• Is also a fan of the TV show, Sanford Son, and watches at least
two episodes every night
INJURY REPORT
• Placed on the Injured Reserve list on 9/15/09 with a back injury
MILESTONES: First NFL game and start vs. NYG 9/12/04
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
His definition of an O-lineman: "I try to stay away from the
clichés, but blood, sweat, and tears are the main ingredients of
being an offensive lineman. You have to be a beast down in
there. We are that protective shield that makes all the differ-
ence between winning and losing."
On what it's like in the trenches: "It's a lot of grunting, a lot of
snorting, a lot of calls amongst the offensive line. We're all like
one when we're down in the trenches because we have to let
each other know what's going on. If there's one weak link in the
line then that could cost us a sack."
Favorite O-lineman: Willie Roaf. "We actually had the same
coach in high school, Marion Glover. Roaf is an amazing story,
how a 225-pound high school kid can turn into an All-Pro of-
fensive lineman."
Sure-Handed Shawn: Was an accomplished tight end as a
sophomore and junior in high school, catching several TD
passes. "I was 315 pounds and was the quarterback's favorite
receiver."
IN THE TRENCHES
YEAR TEAM GP/GS
2004 Phil 1/1
2005 Phil 16/16
2006 Phil 16/16
2007 Phil 15/15
2008 Phil 2/2
2009 Phil IR
Totals 50/50
Playoffs
YEAR TEAM GP/GS
2004 Phil 0/0
2006 Phil 2/2
2008 Phil 0/0
Totals 2/2
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Mississippi
6th year
Born 6/2/81 in Camden, AR
Fairview HS, Camden, AR
Acquired - FA [Cin] 2009
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The monstrous Stacy Andrews joined the Eagles offensive line after
signing a six-year contract with Philadelphia on 2/28/09 and is
working his way back into the lineup while recovering from a knee
injury he suffered in 2008. A versatile player who has started at both
guard and tackle in his career, Andrews spent his first five seasons
with the Cincinnati Bengals.
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Started at RG at SD (11/15)
BIRDSEED
• Did not begin playing football until he was a junior at Ole Miss in
2002. That year, he walked on to the team and was subsequently
red-shirted. He then appeared in five games as a senior in 2003
before being drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in the fourth round
of the 2004 draft
• When he and Shawn were growing up, the two would frequent a
local pizza place called Mazzio’s. “The people would see us walk
in for the pizza buffet and they’d be like, ‘Oh boy, here come the
Andrews boys.’ We spent a lot of time in there. We would eat, chill
and talk, then get up and eat again, then sit back and relax, then
get up and get some more. It was crazy. I probably had three pies
to myself one time. In fact, Shawn once had 54 slices, I believe. It
was something crazy like that.”
His definition of an O-lineman: “Someone that’s monstrous in
the trenches. We take care of the dirty work. You’ve got to be
hard-headed, and very, very tough - both mentally and physi-
cally.”
His favorite O-lineman: Willie Anderson: “Willie was my men-
tor while I was in Cincinnati. There is no way I’d be where I am
today if it wasn’t for him. He treated me like his little baby, never
left my side. I didn’t start playing football until my junior year in
college, so I really was fresh and didn’t know anything. He
taught me all about the technique that goes into it, just every-
thing that it takes to play this game at a high level. He molded
me into the player I am today.”
Fancy Footwork: Claims that competitively throwing the shot-
put, discus and hammer in track while at Ole Miss has helped
him learn the nuances of what it takes to play on the offensive
line: “A lot of the work that goes into it is actually similar be-
cause it’s all about perfecting your technique. Those events I
participated in are all about your technique and footwork. That’s
exactly what the o-line is about too. You can be great, tough and
athletic, but if you don’t have the right technique and footwork,
it’s not going to help you a lick on the o-line.”
IN THE TRENCHES
YEAR TEAM GP/GS
2004 Cin 1/0
2005 Cin 14/0
2006 Cin 16/3
2007 Cin 16/14
2008 Cin 15/15
2009 Phil 9/2
Totals 71/34
Playoffs
YEAR TEAM GP/GS
2005 Cin 1/0
Totals 1/0
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MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. Buf 12/19/04, First NFL start
at NO 11/19/06, First start at guard at NO 11/19/06, First start
at tackle at Dal. 10/5/07
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
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6-0, 212
Michigan
4th year
Born 4/20/83 in Chicago, IL
Carver HS, Chicago, IL
Acquired - D4b-06 (109th overall)
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Including postseason games,
Avant has converted 32 of his 37
career 3rd-down catches for 1st
downs.
AVANT ON 3RD DOWN
Year Rec Conv Pct
2006 1 1 100.0
2007 8 6 75.0
2008 18 16 88.9
2009 10 9 90.0
Totals 37 32 86.5
Avant on playing in the slot: "It's
called 'taxing.' You go over the
middle, you're going to have to
pay a tax. You can do business
there, but you're going to get
taxed. And that tax is getting hit.
You get used to it."
THE SLOT MACHINE
A physical and sure-handed receiver, Jason Avant has developed
into a reliable offensive weapon for the Eagles. A fourth-round draft
choice in 2006, Avant has been a steady contributor on special
teams and has shined in third-down situations over the course of
his career.
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Has set career highs in receptions (40), receiving yards (579) and
touchdowns (3)
• Caught his third touchdown pass of the season, a 15-yarder from
QB Donovan McNabb vs. Den. (12/27)
• Led the team in receptions (5) and receiving yards (94) vs. Was.
(11/29), including 66 yards on two catches (46 and 20) in the game-
tying drive in the fourth quarter
• Snagged a 13-yard touchdown pass from QB Donovan McNabb
at Chi. (11/22)
• Posted career-highs in catches (8) and yards (156) at SD (11/15),
marking his second-career 100-yard game. Also caught a career-
long 58 yard pass from QB Donovan McNabb, which set up a field
goal, and a 21-yard, highlight-film catch on 3rd-and-18 that led to
a touchdown
• Caught a three-yard touchdown pass (QB Kevin Kolb) vs. NO (9/20)
BIRDSEED
• Credits his grandmother, Lillie, for helping him devote his life to
Jesus Christ. "Growing up with her amongst all the gangs, vio-
lence and shootings at our house, she constantly prayed for me to
live life the right way. I ended up converting for good during my
sophomore year at Michigan. It's in my heart. It's my life."
• Has become very involved in "freelance" social work through his
church, and hopes to stay involved after his football playing days
are over. His main focus is on child and teen development
• Is inspired by his trainer, Will Franklin, who also worked with for-
mer Patriots safety Rodney Harrison. Franklin used to call Avant
at 2 or 3 in the morning in the offseason to challenge him to a bet-
ter workout. "He doesn't call me at 2 anymore, it's more like 5 or
6 a.m., but I'm already up by then anyway." He focused on work-
ing on his route techniques in the 2008 offseason
QUOTES
• McNabb on Avant: “Jason is a big-time player...he’s a guy you have
to have on your team because he’s a vocal leader and he’s a leader
by example, and he makes big plays for us. I think that teams
know, come second-and-medium, or third-and-long, or third-
and-short, you have to find out where 81 is. [He has] a knack for
big play ability. When the ball is in his hands, it could be an ex-
plosive play. [He is] an individual who, no matter where he is lined
up, you have to focus on because if he gets the ball in his hands,
he can either make you miss, he can run through a tackle, and he
can turn a ten-yard reception into about 20, 25 or 30.”
Yards Date Opponent Rec. TDs
156 11/15/09 at SD (L) 8 0
101 12/15/08 vs Cle (W) 5 0
100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES (2) ◦ 1-1 RECORD
Recepts. 8 (11/15/09 at SD)
Yards 156 (11/15/09 at SD)
Long 58 (11/15/09 at SD)
TDs 1 (8x - 12/27/09 vs. Den.)
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Date Opp. W/L P/S No Yds Avg Lg TD
Sep 13 at Car W 1/0 1 18 18.0 18 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/0 7 79 11.3 26 1
Sep 27 KC W 1/1 2 14 7.0 10 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/0 1 12 12.0 12 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/1 2 32 16.0 28 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/1 2 43 21.5 23 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/0 8 156 19.5 58 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/0 4 26 6.5 13T 1
Nov 29 Was W 1/1 5 94 18.8 46 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/1 3 36 12.0 15 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/1 0 0 0.0 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/1 3 44 14.7 21 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/1 2 25 12.5 15T 1
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 15/8 40 579 14.5 58 3
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Year Team GP/GS No Yds Avg Lg TD STT
2006 Phil. 8/3 7 68 9.7 18 1 6
2007 Phil. 15/5 23 267 11.6 31 2 13
2008 Phil. 15/6 32 377 11.8 31 2 3
2009 Phil. 15/8 40 579 14.5 58 3 1
TOTALS 53/22 102 1291 12.7 58 8 23
PLAYOFFS
2006 Phil. 2/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2
2008 Phil. 3/2 11 113 10.3 21 0 0
TOTALS 5/2 11 113 10.3 21 0 2
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
RUSHING: 1-1-1lg (2007)
FUMBLES/LOST: (2/1) - 2006 (1/1), 2009 (1/0)
TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS: (1) - 2009 (pass from McNabb)
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Western Michigan
6th year
Born 5/24/80 in Paw Paw, MI
Paw Paw HS, Paw Paw, MI
Acquired - FA [2009]
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Jason Babin signed a one-year deal with the Eagles on 8/4/09 and
earned his way onto the team with a strong preseason performance.
A relentless pass rusher with a non-stop motor, Babin adds depth
to the defensive end rotation. He was originally drafted by Houston
in the first round of the 2004 NFL Draft (27th overall), and has also
spent time with the Texans (2004-06) Seahawks (2007-08) and
Chiefs (2008).
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Notched at least a half sack in three consecutive games at Was.
(Jason Campbell on 10/26), vs. NYG (Eli Manning on 11/1), and vs.
Dal. (Tony Romo on 11/8)
QUOTES
• Babin on the intensity he has in practice: “I didn’t fly here from
Houston to make any friends. I was here to get a job. I’ve always
been that way. Some guys were upset, but now that they know me
and how I practice, they don’t interpret me as being a jerk. They
just know that on the practice field, I’m going to be a jerk.”
• Trent Cole on Babin: “He’s very fiesty. He’s going to have his role.
He’s the kind of guy we need on this team.”
BIRDSEED
• An avid hunter for as long as he can remember, Jason owns and
operates Babin Ranch, a hunting ranch that is situated on 435
heavily wooded acres in Center, Texas. Ranch visitors can find the
land stocked with a variety of exotic animals, such as zebras,
rams, antelope, wildebeests and kudu, as well as deer, elk and
buffalo. “I’d never really seen a ranch-type hunting like that be-
fore...I thought, man this is cool. I could do something like that.”
Log on to BabinRanch.com for more information
• 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
complaints from people in his neighborhood about someone run-
ning down the street with a stolen tire. However, they soon found
out that it was just Jason doing his nightly run, dragging a truck
tire attached to his waist with a logging chain. “I did all that stuff.
Still do.”
• Has been very involved in the Paw Paw Rocket Football League
over the course of his career. PPRF is a not-for-profit football or-
ganization located in Paw Paw, MI, that provides children with the
opportunity to become involved in community football. Despite the
fact that Jason resides in Texas during the offseason, he and his
father continue to help raise money for the organization and are
still involved in many projects.
• Plans to concentrate on real estate development when his playing
days are over
PERSONAL
• 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 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
• Full name: Jason Thomas Babin
Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car INACTIVE
Sep 20 NO L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC INACTIVE
Oct 11 TB INACTIVE
Oct 18 at Oak INACTIVE
Oct 26 at Was W 1/0 3 0 3 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/0 3 0 3 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/0 3 0 3 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/0 1 1 2 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/0 0 1 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/0 2 1 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/0 0 1 1 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/0 1 2 3 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/0 0 1 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 11/0 13 7 20 2.5 6 0 0 0 0 0 0
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TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds
2004 Hou. 16/16 76 51 25 4.0 19 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 22
2005 Hou. 12/3 45 29 16 4.0 27 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0
2006 Hou. 15/3 25 19 6 5.0 39 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
2008 Sea. 2/0 1 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2008 KC 7/4 30 29 1 2.0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2009 Phil. 11/0 20 13 7 2.5 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 65/26 197 142 55 17.5 113 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 22
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: (3) - 2009 (1), 2006 (1) , 2004 (1)
FUMBLES/LOST: (1/1) - 2009 (1/1)
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Tackles 13 (1/1/06 at SF)
Sacks 2.0 (3x- 11/12/06 vs. Jax.)
FFs 1 (2x- 12/18/05 vs. Arz.)
FRs 1 (2x - 12/26/04 at Jax.)
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2.0 (12/18/05 vs. Arz.)
2.0 (1/1/06 at SF)
2.0 (11/12/06 at Jax.)
MULTI-SACK GAMES (3) ◦ 2-1 RECORD
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Nebraska
3rd year
Born 11/2/83 in Salt Lake City, UT
Highland HS, Salt Lake City, UT
Acquired - D3a-07 (87th overall)
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A third-round draft choice in 2007, Stewart Bradley had a success-
ful year as the starting middle linebacker in his sophomore cam-
paign in 2008. A unique talent with a rare combination of size and
speed, Bradley entered the 2009 season showing great promise.
However, he suffered a torn ACL during training camp and was
placed on the Injured Reserve list on 9/1/09.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• In his first season as a starter, finished second on the team in
2008 with 151 tackles
• Became the first player in franchise history to register his first-
career sack and first-career INT (QB Drew Brees) in his first-ca-
reer start (at NO, 12/23/07)
BIRDSEED
• Has become interested in architecture and currently owns over
15 books on the subject. "It's amazing how much detail goes into
every different type of design. Right now I'm just trying to learn
as much as I can, and one day in the future I'd love to be involved
in the building process of my own house."
• Studies French with the hope of becoming fluent one day. “Three
or four of my friends speak it fluently and they hooked me in.”
• An avid reader, his favorite authors are Nietzsche, Immanuel
Kant, Robert Ludlum, John Steinbeck, and James Joyce
• Would like to own and operate a biodynamic farm and restaurant.
In fact, his favorite restaurant is the Blue Hill at Stone Barn in
Pocantico Hills, NY, a self-sustaining farm where everything is
grown naturally and served in the restaurant
• Believes his off-field interests help him become a more well-
rounded person and player. “I love to expand my horizons, learn
and be challenged. Complaceny leads to mediocrity.”
INJURY REPORT
• Placed on Injured Reserve on 9/1/09 with a torn ACL
• Underwent successful surgery on 8/11/09 to repair a torn ACL
suffered on 8/2/09
TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT
2007 Phil. 16/1 20 12 8 1.0 8 1 13 13 0 0 0 0 0 17
2008 Phil. 16/16 151 88 63 1.0 6 1 17 17 0 5 0 1 0 0
2009 Phil. IR/KNEE
TOTALS 32/17 171 100 71 2.0 14 2 30 17 0 5 0 1 0 17
PLAYOFFS
2008 Phil. 3/3 26 17 9 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
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Tackles 17 (11/16/08 at Cin.)
Sacks 1.0 (2x - 9/7/08 vs. StL)
INTs 1 (2x - 12/15/08 vs. Cle.)
INT Lg 17 (12/15/08 vs. Cle.)
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Georgia
5th year
Born 1/13/81 in Carrollton, GA
Carrollton HS, Carrollton, GA
Acquired - D2a-05 (35th overall)
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Originally a second-round draft pick of the Eagles in 2005, Reggie
Brown has been a productive receiver in his career in Philadelphia.
A former standout at Georgia, Brown has one of the highest 3rd-
down conversion rates in the NFL since 2006 and brings depth and
experience to the Eagles receiving corps.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Has converted 26 of his last 29 third-down receptions for first
downs (89.7 percent)
BIRDSEED
• Claims to draw inspiration from his father, Gilbert, who used to
train for football by running through the woods and dodging trees
to simulate making cuts on the football field. Brown didn't pick
up tree dodging as a part of his conditioning program, but he did
pick up his father's work ethic. "I've always been obsessed with
working out," said Brown. "I always felt the extra work would do
nothing but make me better."
• During his freshman year at Georgia, Brown's father, Gilbert, was
diagnosed with having a brain tumor. Eventually, Gilbert had to
undergo surgery to remove the tumor and was later forced to re-
tire from his career in construction. "It was a rough time for my
family," said Brown. "Sometimes he couldn't remember my name.
My mother, Bobbie Jean, was always calm and composed through
it all. I've never seen her break down. She was really strong. And
the way he pulled through it is probably the reason that I am in
the NFL right now. It made me work so much harder, so that we
could all have a better life."
Yards Date Opponent Rec. TDs
121 10/15/06 at NO (L) 6 1
106 9/24/06 at SF (W) 5 0
105 10/28/07 at Min (W) 8 0
100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES (3) ◦ 2-1 RECORD
RECEIVING RUSHING
Year Team GP/GS No Yds Avg Lg TD Att Yds Avg Lg TD
2005 Phil. 16/11 43 571 13.3 56T 4 1 5 5.0 5 0
2006 Phil. 16/15 46 816 17.7 60T 8 3 24 8.0 15T 1
2007 Phil. 16/14 61 780 12.8 45T 4 5 36 7.2 12 0
2008 Phil. 10/3 18 252 14.0 40 1 1 6 6.0 6 0
2009 Phil. 13/2 9 155 17.2 43 0 1 -3 -3.0 -3 0
TOTALS 71/45 177 2574 14.5 60T 17 11 68 6.2 15T 1
PLAYOFFS
2006 Phil. 2/2 10 149 14.9 32 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
2008 Phil. 2/0 2 17 8.5 9 0 1 13 13.0 13 0
TOTALS 4/2 12 166 12.8 32 0 1 13 13.0 13 0
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
RUSHING TDs: 15T at NO 10/15/06
FUMBLES/LOST: (2/0) - 2005 (1/0), 2007 (1/0)
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Recepts. 8 (10/28/07 at Min.)
Yards 121 (10/15/06 at NO)
Long 60T (2x - 10/15/06 at NO)
TDs 2 (1/1/06 vs. Was.)
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Date Opp. W/L P/S No Yds Avg Lg TD
Sep 13 at Car INACTIVE
Sep 20 NO INACTIVE
Sep 27 KC W 1/0 1 4 4.0 4 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/0 2 36 18.0 19 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/1 2 64 32.0 43 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/0 2 31 15.5 19 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/1 1 13 13.0 13 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/0 1 7 7.0 7 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 13/2 9 155 17.2 43 0
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South Carolina
8th year
Born 3/19/79 in Lancaster, SC
Lewisville HS, Ft. Lawn, SC
Acquired - D2b-02 (59th overall)
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Since being drafted by the Eagles in the second round of the 2002
draft, Sheldon Brown has been a consistent and reliable piece of the
Eagles secondary, despite being one of the most physical corners in
the NFL. “If you don’t have grass on your uniform, paint and
scratches on your helmet and
bends in your facemask, you’re
not playing football,” explains
Brown.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• With five career defensive TDs, is tied with Eric Allen and Seth
Joyner for the team record
• With three career INT returns for a TD, is tied with Lito Sheppard
and Joe Scarpati for the second-highest total in team history. Eric
Allen holds the team record with five
• Is the only player
in Eagles history
to record two
fumble recovery
returns for a
touchdown of 60-
plus yards
• Has not missed a
game in his 8-year NFL career,
playing in 139 straight regular
and postseason contests
• With seven career sacks, ranks
1st among cornerbacks in team
history and 3rd among all Ea-
gles DBs behind safeties Brian
Dawkins (21) and Wes Hopkins (12)
• According to Stats Inc., ranks 2nd in the
NFL in KDs (108) since 2003 (Asante
Samuel ranks 1st with 118)
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Is t-6th in the NFC with a career-high
5 interceptions
• He and Asante Samuel (9 INTs) are
the first pair of Eagles teammates
with five-or more interceptions in a
season since 1991 (Wes Hopkins -
5; Eric Allen - 5). Dating back to
1950, no cornerback tandem in
team history had done so
• Leads the team with 17 KDs
• Forced a fumble of Niners TE Delanie Walker vs. SF (12/20) which
was recovered by Asante Samuel and led to a 94-yard touchdown
drive
• Returned a fumble (Giants RB Brandon Jacobs) 60 yards for a TD
at NYG (12/13/09). He was also the last Eagle to score a defensive
TD in back-to-back games (10/2/05 at KC, 10/9/05 at Dal.)
• Picked off Falcons QB Chris Redman at Atl. (12/6) and returned it
a career-long 83 yards for a toucdown
• Intercepted Cow-
boys QB Tony Romo
vs. Dal (11/8), tying
his career high of
four set in 2005
• Snagged an interception off Buccaneers QB Josh Johnson vs. TB
(10/11)
• Recorded the second multiple INT game of his career with two
picks off Jake Delhomme (9/13 at Car.)
BIRDSEED
• Has become a spokesmen
for the Lupus Foundation of
America. His grandfather
passed away from the dis-
ease and his father cur-
rently has it.
• Aspires to one day become
the Lewisville High School
head football coach. In
2006, he renovated the
team's weight room, the
best of all Class A schools in South Carolina. His NFL, college,
and high school jerseys all hang in the hall outside of the weight-
room as a tribute to his support. During the last several offsea-
sons, Brown leads strength and conditioning workouts with the
school's football team. "Everything I do, they do. It's the same
workouts I use to get ready for my football season. I just want to
show them I'm no different from them. They are like family to me.
Same with the entire community."
• Draws inspiration from his grandmother, who is now fully recov-
ered from a stroke she suffered in the 2005 offseason. "When it
happened, they told us to expect the worst. Her one wish was to
be there for the birth of her great grandson, and I'm so glad I gave
that to her. She fought right through it and now she's doing so
much better. Her strength gives me the inspiration to do what I
do."
• Also inspired from the adversity he encountered during a year off
from school between high school and college after a technicality
arose from a 9th grade science class. "I heard all the 'I told you
so's.'" During that year off, he worked at Carowinds Amusement
Park and Spring Industries, working in their shipping department
before heading to South Carolina for college.
• Owns a landscaping business based in Rock Hill, SC, named Car-
olina Lawn and Landscaping. Although the company is operated
by his former college teammate, Trevon Matthews, Brown has
"gotten his boots dirty many times, working with the crew and
building decks."
INJURY REPORT
• Suffered a hamstring strain at SD (11/15/09) and did not finish the
game
Description Opponent
83-yd INT return 12/6/09 at Atl. (Redman)
80-yd FR return 10/9/05 at Dal
70-yd INT return 11/12/06 vs Was (Campbell)
60-yd FR return 12/13/09 at NYG (Jacobs)
40-yd INT return 10/2/05 at KC (Green)
TOUCHDOWNS (5) ◦ 4-1 RECORD
Has not missed a game in his 8-year
NFL career, playing in 139 straight
regular and postseason contests. In
fact, he has never missed a football
game since starting to play in the 6th
grade. "I take pride in that because
that hard work ethic was installed in
me by my grandfather. I'm sure there
are many players that aren't feeling
all that great on gameday."
THE CONSTANT CORNER
Player Sacks
S Brian Dawkins 21.0
S Wes Hopkins 12.0
CB Sheldon Brown 7.0
S Michael Lewis 6.0
MOST SACKS
EAGLES DBs ALL-TIME
Player Games
Ronde Barber (TB) 200
Sheldon Brown 139
Ike Taylor (Pit.) 94
CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED
AMONG ACTIVE CBs
• 15 have led to Eagles scoring
drives, including 3 TD returns
OF BROWN’S 19 CAREER INTs
Player KD
Asante Samuel 118
Sheldon Brown 108
Terence Newman 105
Dre' Bly 100
*according to Stats Inc.
MOST KDS SINCE 2003
Is the only player in Eagles his-
tory to record two fumble recov-
ery returns for a touchdown of
60-plus yards
SHELDON BROWN
TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT
2002 Phil. 16/0 15 9 6 1.0 9 2 41 29 0 1 0 0 0 12
2003 Phil. 16/3 55 38 17 1.0 1 1 10 10 0 10 1 0 0 19
2004 Phil. 16/16 94 72 22 3.0 25 2 33 33 0 13 1 0 0 1
2005 Phil. 16/16 57 42 15 1.0 11 4 67 40t 1 14 1 1 80 0
2006 Phil. 16/16 59 46 13 0.0 0 1 70 70t 1 5 0 0 0 0
2007 Phil. 16/16 75 54 21 0.0 0 3 3 3 0 18 1 0 0 0
2008 Phil. 16/15 55 39 16 1.0 7 1 23 23 0 20 1 0 0 0
2009 Phil. 15/15 68 45 23 0.0 0 5 152 83T 1 17 1 1 60 0
TOTALS 127/97 478 345 133 7.0 53 19 399 83T 3 98 6 2 140 32
PLAYOFFS
2002 Phil. 2/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2003 Phil. 2/1 5 5 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2004 Phil. 3/3 8 7 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0
2006 Phil. 2/2 6 6 0 0.0 0 1 7 7 0 4 0 0 0 0
2008 Phil. 3/3 4 2 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 12/9 23 20 3 0.0 0 1 7 7 0 11 0 0 0 0
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Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car W 1/1 2 1 3 0.0 0 2 56 37 0 0 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/1 4 2 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/1 2 1 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/1 3 1 4 0.0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/1 2 5 7 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/1 2 1 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/1 3 0 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/1 3 2 5 0.0 0 1 13 13 1 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/1 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/1 1 2 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/1 5 0 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/1 3 2 5 0.0 0 1 83T 83T 1 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/1 6 3 9 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Dec 20 SF W 1/1 4 2 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/1 4 1 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 15/15 45 23 68 0.0 0 5 152 83T 17 1 1
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Tackles 16 (11/7/04 at Pit.)
INTs 2 (2x - 9/13/09 at Car.)
INT Lg 83T (12/6/09 at Atl.)
Sacks 1.0 (7x -11/16/08 at Cin.)
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UT-Chattanooga
1st year
Born 6/23/85 in Charleston, MS
Charleston HS, Charleston, MS
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Originally a rookie free agent signing of San Diego in 2007, Buckley
spent his first two seasons on the Chargers practice squad before
earning a spot on the Eagles 53-man roster after a strong presea-
son performance in 2009. A physical player with size and toughness,
Buckley provides valuable depth at running back and is a steady
special teams contributor.
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Ranks 2nd on the team in special teams production points (361)
• Set career highs in attempts (8) and rushing yards (33) at Atl.
(12/6). Also forced a fumble on kickoff coverage (the first of his
career), which was recovered by LB Tracy White, leading to the
Eagles first touchdown of the day
• Scored his first career touchdown on a 1-yard run vs. Was. (11/29)
• Played in his first NFL game at Car. (9/13)
PERSONAL
• Lists his favorite player as Walter Payton. “He played right around
the corner from where I’m from. I always liked his style and the
way he ran the ball.”
• Began playing football in 7th grade after watching his cousin play
in high school. “I always liked football but we didn’t have little
league or Pop Warner, so I had to wait until I got older. My cousin
Ryan played and I kind of took after him.”
• A JUCO All-American at Northwest Mississippi Community Col-
lege
• Lettered in football and track at Charleston HS
• Placed sixth in the 110-meter high hurdles at the Mississippi class
3A track meet
• Enjoys relaxing with friends, watching movies and playing video
games in his free time
• Lists his favorite movies as Friday and Taken
• His favorite video games are Madden and NCAA Football
• Led his high school team to an undefeated regular season as a
senior. “Playing in high school, I loved the atmosphere of the town.
It’s a small town but everyone would come to the football games.”
• Has four brothers and one sister on his father’s side of the family
and one brother, Marcus, on his mother’s side.
• Full name: Eldra Clemond Buckley
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS
• Rushed for a career high 210 yards in a 35-25 loss to eventual Na-
tional Champion Appalachian State as a junior
• Was a two-time All-SOCON selection while playing at Tennessee-
Chattanooga
• Broke a career long 76-yard run for a touchdown in a 31-7 season
opening win over Tennessee Tech as a senior
• Posted the two highest single season rushing totals in school his-
tory racking up 1,233 yards in his junior season and 1,204 yards in
his senior campaign
• Finished his college career fourth all-time with 2,437 rushing
yards
RUSHING RECEIVING
Date Opp. W/L P/S Att Yd Avg Lg TD No Yd Avg Lg TD TYS
Sep 13 at Car W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/0 1 4 4.0 4 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 4
Oct 11 TB W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/0 2 6 3.0 5 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 6
Nov 8 Dal L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/0 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/0 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/0 2 1 0.5 1T 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 1
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/0 8 33 4.1 9 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 33
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 15/0 15 44 2.9 9 1 0 0 0 0 0 44
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RUSHING RECEIVING
Year Team GP/GS Att Yds Avg Lg TD No Yds Avg Lg TD STT
2009 Phil. 15/0 15 44 2.9 9 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 13
TOTALS 15/0 15 44 2.9 9 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 13
ADDITIONAL STATISTICS:
SPECIAL TEAMS FORCED FUMBLES: 1 - 2009 (1)
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Rush atts 8 (12/6/09 at Atl.)
Rush yds 33 (12/6/09 at Atl.)
Rush Lg 9 (12/6/09 at Atl.)
TDs 1 (11/29/09 vs. Was.)
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Acquired - D1-06 (14th overall)
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The Eagles first-round draft choice in 2006, Brodrick Bunkley has
blossomed into an imposing presence at the defensive tackle posi-
tion. Now in his third season as a full-time starter, Bunkley contin-
ues to disrupt opposing offenses and is a big reason why the Eagles
run defense has been much improved over the last few seasons.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Since becoming a full-
time starter in 2007, the
Eagles rushing defense
ranks 4th in the NFL, al-
lowing just 95.9 rushing
yds./game
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Ranks t-1st on the team with six tackles for a loss
• Notched a sack and recovered a fumble of Redskins QB Jason
Campbell at Was. (10/26)
INJURY REPORT
• Suffered an ankle sprain in the 3rd quarter vs. Was. (11/29/09) and
was sidelined for the remainder of the game
Seasons Rank Yds/Game Avg.
1999-2006 24 120.1 4.1
Since 2007 4 95.9 3.7
RUSHING DEFENSE SINCE 1999
Sk Opponent
2.0 9/23/07 vs Det (W)
MULTI-SACK GAMES (1) ◦ 1-0 RECORD
TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds
2006 Phil. 15/0 13 8 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
2007 Phil. 15/15 75 35 40 3.0 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
2008 Phil. 16/16 82 46 36 2.0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0
2009 Phil. 15/15 57 36 21 1.0 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0
TOTALS 61/46 227 125 102 6.0 25 0 0 0 0 5 0 3 0
PLAYOFFS
2006 Phil. 2/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2008 Phil. 3/3 13 5 8 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 5/3 13 5 8 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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Sacks 2.0 (9/23/07 vs. Det.)
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Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car W 1/1 3 1 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/1 2 2 4 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/1 2 2 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/1 2 1 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/1 2 6 8 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/1 5 1 6 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Nov 1 NYG W 1/1 5 1 6 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/1 2 1 3 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/1 2 0 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/1 2 1 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/1 3 2 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/1 1 1 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/1 2 1 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/1 1 1 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/1 2 0 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 15/15 36 21 57 1.0 5 0 0 0 3 0 1
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Cincinnati
3rd year
Born 1/25/85 in Cincinnati, OH
LaSalle HS, Cincinnati, OH
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A fifth-round draft choice in 2007, Brent Celek (pronounced SELL-
ick) has emerged as one of the NFL’s top tight ends in his first sea-
son as a full-time starter, as he has set career highs in receptions
(65), yards (875) and touchdowns (8). A reliable and physical target,
Celek earned a six-year contract extension on 12/1/09 that will keep
him in Philadelphia through 2016.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Notched two straight 100-yard receiving games (104 vs. NO -
9/20/09; 104 vs. KC - 9/27/09), becoming the first Eagles tight end
to do so since Pete Retzlaff in 1965
• He and DeSean Jackson became the first Eagles duo to each
eclipse 100 receiving yards in two-straight games (9/20/09,
9/27/09) since Pete Pihos and Bobby Walston in 1953 (11/8, 11/15)
• Posted a career-high 131 yards at Sea. (11/2/08). His 131 yards
were the most by an Eagles TE in the regular season since
11/28/65, when Pete Retzlaff gained 148 yards at StL.
• Set a franchise playoffs record with 10 catches, adding 83 yards
and two TDs in the NFC Championship game on 1/18/09 at Arz.
His two TD receptions tied a team postseason record (Chad Lewis,
Fred Barnett, Harold Carmichael)
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Has set career highs in receptions (69), yards (875) and
TDs (8). These numbers rank among the top tight ends
in Eagles single-season history and the top tight ends
in the league in 2009
• Has six TDs in his last nine games
• Led the team with 121 receiving yards and a touchdown
vs. Den. (12/27), marking his third
100-yard game of the season. Also
caught a career-long 47-yard TD
pass from McNabb
•Caught an eight-yard touchdown
pass from McNabb at NYG (12/13)
• Caught a 5-yard touchdown pass
at Atl. (12/6) from QB Michael Vick
• Notched a touchdown reception in three
consecutive games (17-yd vs. NYG; 11-yd
vs. Dal; 7-yd at SD)
• Recorded back-to-back 100-yard receiv-
ing games (104 vs. KC - 9/27; 104 vs. NO
9/20)
• Recorded 104 yards and one TD (QB Kevin
Kolb) vs. KC (9/27), and tied a regular-
season career high in receptions (8)
• Tallied 104 yards vs. NO (9/20). His eight catches set a regular-
season career high
• Grabbed a nine-yard touchdown pass from McNabb at Car. (9/13)
BIRDSEED
• Brent and wife,
Susie, have teamed
up with the Miracle
League of Northampton, a baseball/softball league for special
needs children, in an effort to build Miracle Field, a safe, smooth
baseball surface for kids in wheelchairs. Susie grew up in Green-
town, OH, on a street with five boys. One of them, Matthew, was in
a wheelchair, paralyzed from the waist down. “We’d been asked by
other organizations,” said Susie, “but when we talked about the
Miracle Field, Brent remembered what I had told him about
Matthew and said, ‘This is it.’ “ For more information about Mira-
cle Field, visit www.miracleleaguenhpa.org.
• After not being invited to the NFL scouting combine in 2007 and
then being drafted in the 5th round, Celek uses those snubs as
motivation. "It ticked me off, to be honest. I thought I would be
drafted higher, but it just lit a fire under me that I will always
carry."
Yards Date Opponent Rec. TDs
131 11/2/08 at Sea (W) 6 0
121 12/27/09 vs. Den. (W) 4 1
104 9/27/09 vs. KC (W) 8 1
104 9/20/09 vs. NO (L) 8 0
100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES (4) ◦ 3-1 RECORD
Player TDs
Vernon Davis (SF) 12
Dallas Clark (Ind.) 10
V. Shiancoe (Min.) 10
Brent Celek 8
Antonio Gates (SD) 7
Player Yds.
Antonio Gates (SD) 1145
Dallas Clark (Ind.) 1054
Jason Witten (Dal.) 954
Vernon Davis (SF) 876
Brent Celek 875
2009 TOP NFL TEs
Year Team GP/GS No Yds Avg Lg TD
2007 Phil. 16/4 16 178 11.1 29 1
2008 Phil. 16/7 27 318 11.8 44 1
2009 Phil 15/14 69 875 12.7 47T 8
TOTALS 47/25 112 1371 12.2 47T 10
PLAYOFFS
2008 Phil. 3/3 19 151 7.9 31T 3
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Receptions 10 (1/18/09 at Arz., NFC-C)
8 (2x - 9/27/09 vs. KC)
Yards 131 (11/2/08 at Sea.)
Long 47T (12/27/09 vs. Den.)
TDs 2 (1/18/09 at Arz., NFC-C)
1 (10x - 12/27/09 vs. Den.)
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Date Opp W/L P/S No Yds Avg Lg TD
Sep 13 at Car W 1/1 6 37 6.2 9 1
Sep 20 NO L 1/1 8 104 13.2 26 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/1 8 104 13.0 35T 1
Oct 11 TB W 1/1 4 58 14.5 38 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/1 4 75 18.8 42 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/1 3 8 2.7 6 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/1 4 61 15.3 20 1
Nov 8 Dal L 1/1 3 39 13.0 20 1
Nov 15 at SD L 1/1 6 47 7.8 17 1
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/1 4 35 8.8 21 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/1 4 33 8.3 15 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/1 2 16 8.0 11 1
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/1 5 64 12.8 23 1
Dec 20 SF W 1/0 4 73 18.3 43 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/1 4 112 30.3 47T 1
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 15/14 69 875 12.7 47T 8
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In 2009, Celek became the first
Eagle tight end to notch back-to-
back, 100-yard receiving games
since Pete Retzlaff in 1965
Player TDs
Pete Retzlaff, 1965 10
Brent Celek, 2009 8
Pete Retzlaff, 1961 8
Pete Retzlaff, 1964 8
Player Rec.
Keith Jackson, 1988 81
Brent Celek, 2009 69
Chad Lewis, 2000 69
Pete Retzlaff, 1965 66
Player Yds.
Pete Retzlaff,1965 1,190
Pete Retzlaff,1961 895
Brent Celek, 2009 875
Keith Jackson,1988 869
ALL-TIME EAGLES TIGHT ENDS, SINGLE-SEASON
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Georgia
6th year
Born 10/30/81 in Griffin, GA
Griffin HS, Griffin, GA
Acquired - FA [Oak] 2008
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A speedy defensive end with a penchant for getting to the passer,
Chris Clemons primarily serves as a third-down pass-rush special-
ist. Originally an undrafted free agent signing of the Redskins in
2003, Clemons inked a five-year contract with the Eagles on 3/1/08.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Recorded a career-high eight sacks for Oakland in 2007, despite
starting only two games and being on the field for just 37% of the
team's defensive plays. His sack total tied for the Raiders team
lead with Derrick Burgess
• Was one of just four players in the NFL in 2007 to record at least
eight sacks while starting in fewer than 10 of his team's contests.
The others were Giants DE Justin Tuck (2 starts, 10 sacks), Pack-
ers DE Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila (2 starts, 9.5 sacks) and Buccaneers
DE Greg White (2 starts, 8 sacks)
• In his first-career game, brought down Steelers QB Ben Roeth-
lisberger for his first-career sack at Pit. (11/28/04)
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Posted a sack of 49ers QB Alex Smith vs. SF (12/20)
• Registered a half sack of Giants QB Eli Manning vs. NYG (11/1)
• Notched a sack of Redskins QB Jason Campbell at Was. (10/26)
• Recorded a half sack of Chiefs QB Matt Cassel vs. KC (9/27)
BIRDSEED
• Comes from a football family, as both his brother, Nic Clemons,
and his uncle, Charlie Clemons, have played in the NFL. Nic, a
teammate of Chris at Georgia, is currently a defensive lineman
for the Denver Broncos. Chris and Nic both signed with the Red-
skins as rookie free agents in 2003. Charlie, who logged a seven-
year career as a linebacker with St. Louis (1997-99), New Orleans
(2001-02), and Houston (2003), was a member of the Rams Super
Bowl Championship team in 1999. His best season as a pro came
in 2001, when he recorded 13.5 sacks with the Saints. Charlie’s
son, Josh, is a star RB at Whitewater HS in Fayetteville, GA, and
trains with his father, who runs a training facility.
• Starting playing football as a nine-year old for the Griffin Charg-
ers. As a quarterback, had 16 touchdowns (13 rushing, 3 passing)
• Practices yoga to help stay limber. He says it also helps "relieve a
lot of stress."
SacksOpponent
2.0 12/28/08 vs Dal (W)
2.0 11/18/07 at Min (L)
MULTI-SACK GAMES
Description Opponent
73-yd FR return 12/28/08 vs. Dal (W)
TOUCHDOWNS
TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT
2004 Was. 6/0 9 6 3 3.0 14 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 13
2005 Was. 14/1 11 7 4 2.0 17 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 9
2007 Oak. 16/2 17 12 5 8.0 54 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 3
2008 Phil. 16/0 7 6 1 4.0 18 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 73 11
2009 Phil. 15/0 9 7 2 3.0 18 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 6
TOTALS 67/3 53 38 15 20.0 121 0 0 0 0 7 5 3 73 42
PLAYOFFS
2008 Phil. 3/0 4 2 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
BLOCKED PUNT: 1 at Den. 10/9/05 (P Todd Sauerbrun)
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Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car W 1/0 0 1 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/0 1 0 1 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/0 0 1 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/0 1 0 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/0 1 0 1 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/0 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/0 1 0 1 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/0 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/0 1 0 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 15/0 7 2 9 3.0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0
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Tackles 4 (11/25/07 at KC)
Sacks 2.0 (2x - 12/28/08 vs. Dal.)
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New Mexico State
4th year
Born 7/28/84 in Lawton, OK
Eisenhower HS, Lawton, OK
Acquired - Rookie FA (2006)
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Nick Cole signed as a rookie free agent with the Eagles in 2006 and
has since seen action in every game. A viable option at guard, cen-
ter, and as a blocking back in certain short-yardage situations, Cole
has started in every game in 2009, both at left and right guard.
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Played center for nearly the entire game vs. Den. (12/27), filling in
for an injured Jamaal Jackson
BIRDSEED
• His favorite TV programs include: Criminal Minds, Cops, Crime
360, anything on the Discovery Channel and all three versions of
CSI. "I love shows that make you think while you're watching
them. They have something that you need to try and figure out."
• His favorite music artists include: Z-Ro, Trae, Slim Thug, Chamil-
lionaire, UGK and Paul Wall
QUOTES
• Reid on Cole’s strengths at center:“Nick is a good athlete...He has
great feet and very good hands and very good quickness.”
His definition of an O-lineman: “You've got to be dirty, you've
got to be tough, and you've got to be smart. It's not an easy job,
but someone's got to do it. You can't worry about the glory or
you'll never make it.”
Favorite O-lineman: Will Shields: “Will grew up in Lawton, just
like me. He's what you look up to if you're a young guy trying to
make it in this league. He's a great player that went to a lot of
Pro Bowls. I think every o-lineman wants to achieve that status.
Just an aggressive, great player, who isn't afraid to put it all on
the line.”
Versatility on the line: A three-year starter at guard and tackle
at New Mexico State, Cole proved to be a jack of all trades in
his rookie season on the Eagles offensive line. Not only did he
take valuable snaps as the team's backup center, but he also
was used as a blocking back in certain short-yardage situa-
tions. “I'll do whatever they want me to do. When you break it
down, it's still going out there and hitting people, and I know I
can do that.”
IN THE TRENCHES
YEAR TEAM GP/GS STT
2006 Phil 16/0 1
2007 Phil 16/1 0
2008 Phil 16/5 1
2009 Phil 15/15 0
Totals 63/21 2
Playoffs
YEAR TEAM GP/GS STT
2006 Phil 2/0 0
2008 Phil 3/3 0
Totals 5/3 0
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MILESTONES: First NFL game at Hou. 9/10/06, First NFL start
vs. NYG 12/9/07
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
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Cincinnati
5th year
Born 10/5/82 in Xenia, OH
Xenia HS, Xenia, OH
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An avid hunter off the field, Trent
Cole tracks down QBs with as much
skill and determination as he takes
to the woods. Two years after earn-
ing his first Pro Bowl appearance
(2007), Cole still receives a great
deal of attention from opposing of-
fenses, yet he is still effective at
pressuring QBs and stuffing the run. Cole was signed to a lucrative
five-year contract extension in 2006 that will keep him in Philadel-
phia through 2013.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• His 12 career multi-sack games rank t-3rd in Eagles history
• With 47.0 career sacks, ranks 5th in team history and has the
highest sack total of an Eagles draft pick in his first five years
• Since 2006, ranks 3rd in the NFC with 42.0 sacks
• Has been named to USA Today’s All-Joe team in each of the last
three seasons (2006-08), which honors the NFL players whose
work doesn't necessarily garner headlines, but is integral to the
success of their football team
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Currently ranks 5th in the NFL and
3rd in the NFC with a career-high
tying 12.5 sacks
• Leads the team in sacks (12.5) and
hurries (26), is t-1st with six tackles
for a loss and ranks second in total
tackles (90)
• Has registered at least a half sack
in 11 games this season
• Registered two sacks of Niners QB Alex Smith vs. SF (12/20), his
second multi-sack game of the season and the 12th of his career
• Forced a fumble of Giants RB Brandon Jacobs (at NYG 12/13/09)
that was recovered by Sheldon Brown and returned 60 yards for a
touchdown
• Notched two sacks of Redskins QB Jason Campbell at Was.
(10/26), marking his 11th career multi-sack game and his sixth
straight game bringing down the opposing QB
• Sacked and forced a fumble of Panthers QB Jake Delhomme (9/13
at Car.), which was recovered by DE Victor Abiamiri for a touch-
down
BIRDSEED
• Owns and operates Cole Outdoor Pro-
ductions, a hunting video production
company that Trent formed with some
of of his closest friends and hunting
buddies. The videos are geared towards hunting enthusiasts and
work to bring the reality back into the hunting video world through
the eyes of close-knit friends and family. He is also currently
working on producing a hunting TV show, titled The Blitz
Log on to ColeOutdoors.com for more information
• Is the proud owner of a Chesapeake Bay Retriever named Duke.
Duke is Trent's "gun dog." Trent is proud of training Duke by him-
self and can control him with just whistles and hand signals. Also
has a female chocolate labrador retriever, Taylor, who lives back
in Ohio with his family
• Also owns and operates a real estate company, Cole Estates
QUOTES
• Reid on Cole’s intensity: “It’s hard to get Trent out of the game.
You look at the first play and the last play and you can’t tell the
difference... he has that motor where it’s just the first and the last
play, they are relentless.”
Player Seasons Sacks
1. Reggie White 8 124.0
2. Clyde Simmons 8 76.5
3. Hugh Douglas 6 54.5
4. Greg Brown 5 50.5
5. Trent Cole 5 47.0
EAGLES ALL-TIME SACK LIST
Player Sacks
DeMarcus Ware 56.5
Jared Allen 51
Trent Cole 42
Aaron Kampman 40.5
Julius Peppers 40.5
John Abraham 36
NFC SACK LEADERS
SINCE 2006
Player Sacks
Elvis Dumervil (Den.) 17
Jared Allen (Min.) 13.5
Dwight Freeney (Ind.) 13.5
Will Smith (NO) 13
Trent Cole 12.5
LaMarr Woodley (Pit.) 11.5
2009 NFL SACK
LEADERS
Player Years Games
Reggie White 8 38
Clyde Simmons 8 21
Trent Cole 5 12
Hugh Douglas 6 12
Dennis Harrison 3 11
MOST MULTI-SACK GAMES
EAGLES HISTORY
Player Years Sacks
Trent Cole 2005-09 47.0
Clyde Simmons 1986-90 40.0
Andy Harmon 1991-95 38.5
Corey Simon 2000-04 32.0
Jerome Brown 1987-91 29.5
Mike Mamula 1995-99 26.0
SACKS THROUGH FIRST 5 SEASONS
AMONG EAGLES DRAFT PICKS
Sk Opponent
3.5 9/23/07 vs Det (W)
2.0 12/20/09 vs. SF (W)
2.0 10/26/09 at Was (W)
2.0 11/16/08 at Cin (T)
2.0 12/9/07 vs NYG (L)
2.0 10/28/07 at Min (W)
Sk Opponent
2.0 9/17/06 vs NYG (L)
2.0 9/10/06 at Hou (W)
2.0 11/20/05 at NYG (L)
2.0 11/14/05 vs Dal (L)
1.5 9/9/07 at GB (L)
1.5 11/19/06 vs Ten (L)
MULTI-SACK GAMES (12) ◦ 5-6-1 RECORD
Pro Bowl: 2007
Player Games
Justin Smith (SF) 138
Mario Williams (Hou.) 63
Trent Cole 61
Adewale Ogunleye (Chi) 58
CONSECUTIVE REGULAR SEASON
GAMES STARTED AMONG DEs
TRENT COLE
Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car W 1/1 8 2 10 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/1 2 2 4 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/1 5 1 6 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/1 8 1 9 1.0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/1 4 2 6 1.0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/1 4 0 4 2.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/1 4 3 7 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/1 1 3 4 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/1 1 2 3 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/1 5 3 8 1.0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/1 3 4 7 1.0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/1 0 2 2 0.0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/1 4 5 9 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/1 3 3 6 2.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/1 3 2 5 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 15/15 55 35 90 12.5 26 0 0 0 0 2 0
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Tackles 13 (10/28/07 at Min.)
Sacks 3.5 (9/23/07 vs. Det.)
INTs 1 (12/17/06 at NYG)
INT Lg 19T (12/17/06 at NYG)
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TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds
2005 Phil. 15/7 55 42 13 5.0 27 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0
2006 Phil. 16/14 84 48 36 8.0 61.5 1 19 19T 1 1 1 1 1
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 1 3 0 0
2009 Phil. 15/15 90 55 35 12.5 107 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
TOTALS 78/68 430 265 165 47.0 355 1 19 19T 1 5 11 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
TOTALS 5/5 31 21 10 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)]
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Utah State
7th year
Born 7/17/78 in Murray, UT
Bingham HS, South Jordan, UT
Acquired - FA [StL] 2007
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Speedy and sure-handed, Kevin Curtis has struggled with a knee in-
jury for most of the 2009 season. When healthy, he has been a valu-
able weapon for the Eagles offense. He made an immediate impact
in 2007, eclipsing the 1,000-yard mark (1,110) in his first full season
as a starter, while also setting career highs in receptions (77) and
total touchdowns (8). Originally a third-round draft choice of St.
Louis in 2003, Curtis signed a six-year contract with the club prior
to the 2007 season.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Became the first player in NFL history to recover his own team's
fumble for a TD in back-to-back games when he fell on Reggie
Brown's fumble in the 3rd quarter vs. Buf. (12/30/07). He recov-
ered a McNabb fumble for a score a week earlier at NO (12/23/07)
• Set career highs in recepts. (11), yards (221), and TDs (3) vs. Det.
(9/23/07). His 221-yard outing was the 2nd-highest single-game
performance in franchise history, behind Hall of Fame WR Tommy
McDonald's 237-yard output (12/10/61)
• Became the 2nd player in NFL history to have two back-to-back
100-yard receiving games in the playoffs before ever recording
one in the regular season. Pittsburgh's Ernie Mills was the other
BIRDSEED
• Grew up in South Jordan, UT, a suburb of Salt Lake City, on the
family ranch. When he was young, his father, Stuart, rodeoed. A
few of his family's hobbies included boarding horses and raising
steers and pigs on their property. Kevin remembers helping with
the animals as a kid, feeding them, cleaning out the stalls and
chopping the ice out of the water troughs in the early morning
• Served his LDS Mission in the suburbs of London. In two years, he
lived in seven different areas, with Wembley being his favorite. "It
was an amazing experience for me. At times, it was very hard, but
it really helped me grow as a person."
INJURY REPORT
• Was rendered inactive games 3-13 with a knee injury
• Underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee on 10/24/09
Yards Date Opp Rec. TD
221 9/23/07 vs. Det. 11 3
128* 1/15/05 at Atl. 7 1
122* 1/18/09 at Arz. 4 0
121 10/14/07 at NYJ 5 1
Yards Date Opp Rec. TD
111 12/2/07 vs. Sea. 6 1
107* 1/8/05 at Sea. 4 0
105 10/30/05 vs. Jax. 3 1
*postseason game
100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES (7) ◦ 4-3 RECORD
Year Team GP/GS No Yds Avg Lg TD
2003 StL. 4/1 4 13 3.3 8 0
2004 StL. 15/0 32 421 13.2 41t 2
2005 StL. 16/9 60 801 13.4 83t 6
2006 StL. 16/1 40 479 12.0 42 4
2007 Phil. 16/16 77 1110 14.4 75t 6
2008 Phil. 9/8 33 390 11.8 32 2
2009 Phil. 3/1 6 77 12.8 19 0
Totals 79/36 252 3291 13.1 83t 20
PLAYOFFS
2004 StL. 2/2 11 235 21.4 57t 1
2008 Phil. 3/3 12 211 17.6 50 0
TOTALS 5/5 23 446 19.4 57T 1
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
RUSHING: 8-33-15lg-1TD - 2006 (4-4-7lg), 2005 (1-5-
5T-1TD), 2004 (3-24-15lg)
RUSHING TDs: (1) 5T vs. NO 10/23/05
FUMBLES/LOST: (4/3) - 2006 (1/1), 2005 (2/1), 2004
(1/1)
FUMBLE RECOVERIES FOR TDS: (2) - 1 vs. Buf.
12/30/07; 1 at NO 12/23/07
KICKOFF RETURNS: 2006 (9-188-Lg28)
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Recepts. 11 (9/23/07 vs. Det.)
Yards 221 (9/23/07 vs. Det.)
Long 83T (10/23/05 vs. Jax.)
TDs 3 (9/23/07 vs. Det.)
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Date Opp. W/L P/S No Yds Avg Lg TD
Sep 13 at Car W 1/1 2 26 13.0 15 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/0 3 44 14.7 19 0
Sep 27 KC INACTIVE/KNEE
Oct 11 TB INACTIVE/KNEE
Oct 18 at Oak INACTIVE/KNEE
Oct 26 at Was INACTIVE/KNEE
Nov 1 NYG INACTIVE/KNEE
Nov 8 Dal INACTIVE/KNEE
Nov 15 at SD INACTIVE/KNEE
Nov 22 at Chi INACTIVE/KNEE
Nov 29 Was INACTIVE/KNEE
Dec 6 at Atl INACTIVE/KNEE
Dec 13 at NYG INACTIVE/KNEE
Dec 20 SF W 1/0 1 7 7.0 7 0
Dec 27 Den INACTIVE
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 3/1 6 77 12.8 19 0
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UTEP
2nd year
Born 6/29/85 in San Antonio, TX
Theodore Roosevelt HS, San Antonio, TX
Acquired - D4b-08 (117th overall)
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A fourth-round draft choice out of UTEP in 2008, Demps is a steady
special teams performer, an explosive kickoff returner, and also
contributes as a safety in DB-heavy packages. A ball-hawking safety
in college, Demps led his draft class with 17 career interceptions.
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Reeled off a season-long 48-yard kickoff return to open the game
vs. SF (12/20), which led to an opening-drive touchdown
• Snagged his first-career interception (QB Eli Manning) vs. NYG
(11/1), which led to a Jeremy Maclin touchdown on the next play
INJURY REPORT
• Was inactive vs. Den. (12/27/09) with an ankle sprain
• Was inactive at SD (11/15/09) and at Chi. (11/22/09) with an ankle
injury
• Rendered inactive vs. NO (9/20/09) and vs. KC (9/27/09) with a
hamstring injury
• Suffered a hamstring injury in the 2nd quarter at Car. (9/13/09)
that sidelined him for the remainder of the game
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• His 1,314 kickoff return yards in 2008 was the 2nd-highest single-
season total in team history (Allen Rossum, 1,347 in 1999)
BIRDSEED
• Grew up in San Antonio, TX, where he was raised by his mother,
Jackie. “I experienced a rough childhood and got caught up in a lot
of things I shouldn’t have been doing.” As a result, he has devel-
oped a strong desire to mentor less fortunate kids who grew up in
similar circumstances.
“Every time I go home, I head over to the Champions Sportsplex
in San Antonio and hang out with the kids there, do a little coach-
ing and just try to point them in the right direction.” Demps is cur-
rently sponsoring an AAU basketball team there and provides
them with a uniform and shoes. He also helps out coaching the
basketball and football teams whenever he is in town
• Practices meditation as a part of his workout regimen. “I started
doing it in college. I just clear my mind and focus on the important
things, which really helps put me on the right track.”
Description Opponent
100-yd kickoff return 11/23/08 at Bal (L)
TOUCHDOWNS (1)
TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS KICKOFF RETURNS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds No. Yds. Avg. LG TD STT
2008 Phil. 16/0 9 6 3 1.0 9 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 52 1314 25.3 100T 1 19
2009 Phil. 9/0 12 5 7 0.0 0 1 12 12 0 1 0 0 0 6 155 25.8 48 0 8
TOTALS: 25/0 21 11 10 1.0 9 1 12 12 0 2 0 0 0 58 1469 25.3 100T 1 27
PLAYOFFS
2008 Phil. 3/1 11 4 7 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 155 22.1 46 0 3
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
SPECIAL TEAMS FORCED FUMBLES: 1 - 2008 (1)
SPECIAL TEAMS FUMBLES/LOST: 1/1 - 2008 (1/1)
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Tackles 5 (2x - 1/18/09 at Arz., NFC-C)
Sacks 1.0 (12/15/08 vs. Cle.)
INTs 1 (11/1/09 vs. NYG)
INT Lg 12 (11/1/09 vs. NYG)
Ret. 8 (11/9/08 vs. NYG)
Yds. 220 (11/9/08 vs. NYG)
Long 100T (11/23/08 at Bal.)
Avg. 44.3 (11/23/08 at Bal.)
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DEFENSE KICKOFF RETURNS
Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR No Yds Avg LG TD
Sep 13 at Car W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Sep 20 NO INACTIVE/HAMSTRING
Sep 27 KC INACTIVE/HAMSTRING
Oct 11 TB INACTIVE
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 55 18.3 25 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/0 1 2 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/0 2 0 2 0.0 0 1 12 12 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Nov 15 at SD INACTIVE/ANKLE
Nov 22 at Chi INACTIVE/ANKLE
Nov 29 Was W 1/0 0 2 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/0 1 2 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 30 30.0 30 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/0 1 1 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 70 35.0 48 0
Dec 27 Den INACTIVE/ANKLE
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 9/0 5 7 12 0.0 0 1 12 12 1 0 0 6 155 25.8 48 0
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Miami (FL)
Rookie
7/17/85 in Miami, FL
Booker T Washington HS, Miami, FL
Acquired - Waivers (Was) 2009
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A big run-stuffing defensive tackle, Antonio Dixon has contributed to
the Eagles d-line rotation after being claimed off of waivers on
9/6/09. Dixon was originally a rookie free agent signing of the Red-
skins in 2009, but was released as part of their final roster cut down.
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Blocked Robbie Gould’s 48-yard field goal attempt in the 4th qtr.
at Chi. (11/22), setting up the game-winning TD drive
• Recorded his first-career sack (QB Eli Manning) vs. NYG (11/1)
• Played in his first NFL game at Car. (9/13)
BIRDSEED
• Was named Community Man of the Year by Miami’s athletic de-
partment for his extensive involvement in the community as a stu-
dent athlete. In particular, he and a few of his teammates devoted
their Saturday mornings in the offseason to play football and
other games with kids at a nearby homeless shelter
• Claims to draw inspiration from his mother, Cornethia, who in-
spired him to go to school and play football. She never missed a
home game throughout his collegiate career, and she plans to
make a trip to Philadelphia to see her son play in 2009
• Enjoys cooking during the offseason. Says he learned how to cook
from his mom, who now works as a cook at one of the homeless
shelters that used to house his family when he was growing up
Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/0 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/0 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/0 1 2 3 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/0 1 1 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/0 1 1 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/0 0 3 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/0 2 0 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/0 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/0 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 15/0 9 7 16 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds
2009 Phil. 15/0 16 9 7 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 15/0 16 9 7 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
BLOCKED FIELD GOAL: (1) - 2009 [48-yd. attempt at Chi. 11/22/09 (K Robbie Gould)]
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Tackles 3 (2x - 12/6/09 at Atl.)
Sacks 1.0 (11/1/09 vs. NYG)
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Endured a rough upbringing in which he and his four siblings spent
a majority of their childhood bouncing between homeless shelters,
while his single mother struggled to provide a stable lifestyle for
her family. After first playing organized football in 9th grade, Dixon
remained in school despite contemplating quitting so he could find
a job to help support his family. With over a dozen scholarship of-
fers by the time he was a senior, he realized football was his best
chance of benefiting his family even more.
“This is something I want to do for the rest of my life, so I just need
to keep getting better. I have the opportunity to try to help my fam-
ily out more, so I know I need to work hard every day.”
Dixon’s teammates and coaches have taken to his powerful style
and his likeable personality.
• Andy Reid on Dixon: “I can’t say enough about the guy. He came
through bigger than big with the blocked field goal, such a pow-
erful guy and a very likeable guy too. He’s developed into one of
our favorites here. He’s a great kid and for him to come up big
like that, that’s a tribute to him.”
AN INSPIRATIONAL TURNAROUND
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UTEP
7th year
Born 07/21/80 in Garden Grove, CA
Pacifica HS, Garden Grove, CA
Acquired - FA 2006
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After battling a tremendous amount of personal adversity early in
life, Jon Dorenbos (pronounced DORN-boss) has worked hard and
stayed focused enough to carve out a seven-plus-year career as a
NFL long snapper. Originally signed by Philadelphia in the latter half
of the 2006 season, Dorenbos has played in every game for the Ea-
gles since then (including postseason) and inked a five-year con-
tract extension on 12/29/07, which will keep him in Philadelphia
through 2012. Dorenbos, who endured the murder of his mother by
his father at a young age, took up magic to help ease his mind
throughout the tough times. Dorenbos, in fact, has become so good
at his craft that he's been hired for shows in Hollywood and Las
Vegas.
BIRDSEED
• Named the team's Ed Block
Courage Award recipient of 2008.
The award honors those National
Football League players who ex-
emplify commitment to the princi-
ples of sportsmanship and courage and is given by a vote of the
team for effort as well as individual performance
• Recently earned his degree from UTEP in business, with an em-
phasis in economics, finance and marketing
• An accomplished professional magician, has performed at ven-
ues in Las Vegas and Hollywood. His love for magic was born
while he spent 1992 in foster care after personal tragedy struck
his family. He met an older teenager who could do tricks and he
fell in love with magic. "It was a time for me to be by myself, a way
for me to pass time. I was at peace and I enjoyed it. I loved the co-
ordination, and being obsessed with the fundamentals of what I
was doing. I loved getting involved in the psychology of magic and
people and entertaining people. I've never been one to want peo-
ple to think I have powers or I can fly or anything like that; I like
getting a group of people together and having fun."
• Has performed magic in front of many famous musicians and ath-
letes. The long list includes stars like Magic Johnson, Joe Mon-
tana, Dan Marino, Jim Kelly, Garth Brooks, Lindsay Lohan, Rascal
Flatts, and Dierks Bentley. Dorenbos collects the autographs of
every famous person he has performed for on playing cards,
which he hangs up in the game room of his home in Huntington
Beach, CA. "It's like a museum in there with all the memorabilia.
Having the opportunity to meet the people I've met through some-
thing I love doing, it's just an indescribable feeling."
• In the offseason, also serves as a corporate motivational speaker
and has spoken for companies such as Jackson Financial, ING Fi-
nancial, Pioneer and the National FFA Organization. Dorenbos'
main message is to always remember that "life is a gift." "Never
take life for granted. I learned that a long time ago. The power of
forgiveness is a valuable thing. If there's something you want to
do, do it. Be a jack of all trades. I always tell people that. What's
holding you back? You have one life. Live it."
• His speaking engagements are arranged by Cal Entertainment
(310-351-3749) and Nationwide Speaking (310-273-8807).
• Recently finished work as the executive producer of an album with
best friend/singer Steve Carlson. The acoustic collection,
"Stripped Down," found on SteveCarlson.com, itunes and cd-
baby.com
• Started his own business in Buffalo, NY, called DAC Framing.
"What started as a memorabilia framing hobby, has turned into a
big business." For more information, log onto JonDorenbos.com.
YEAR TEAM GP/GS STT
2003 Buf 16/0 0
2004 Buf 13/0 0
2005 Tenn 9/0 0
2006 Tenn 1/0 0
2006 Phil 5/0 2
2007 Phil 16/0 6
2008 Phil 16/0 5
2009 Phil 15/0 4
Totals 91/0 17
Playoffs
YEAR TEAM GP/GS STT
2006 Phil 2/0 0
2008 Phil 3/0 0
Totals 5/0 0
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MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. NE (9/7/03)
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATS
Was a 2008 Mid Atlantic
Emmy Award winner for
hosting Inside the Eagles,
which airs on Eagles Televi-
sion Network.
AND THE EMMY GOES TO...
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6-9, 310
Auburn
2nd year
Born 9/14/1985 in Nashville, TN
Brentwood Academy, Brentwood, TN
Acquired - D7-08 [230th overall]
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A seventh-round draft pick of the Eagles in 2008, King Dunlap is the
backup left tackle, providing depth and size on the offensive line. A
four-year letterman at Auburn, Dunlap appeared in 48 career games
(20 starts) during his collegiate career.
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Played at LT for nearly the entire game at Oak. (10/18) after Jason
Peters suffered a knee injury in the first quarter
• Played in his first NFL game at Car. (9/13)
PERSONAL
• Has a son, King VI, and a daughter, Kayla
• Is the son of King Dunlap IV, a defensive tackle at Tennessee State
and a 5th round draft choice of the Baltimore Colts in 1969, and
Robin Dunlap, a former track star at Tennessee State
• Has a younger brother, George, and a younger sister, Victoria, a
starting forward on the Kentucky women's basketball team and a
member of the Wildcats track team, competing in the high jump
• A two-way lineman at Brentwood Academy, was an all-state se-
lection as a senior and named the Tennessee Mr. Football line-
man of the year for Division II-3A. Helped lead Brentwood to the
Division II, class 3A championship game as a senior
• Also lettered in basketball
• Now standing 6'-9", he was once a 5'-11" linebacker in 8th grade
before sprouting six inches over the next summer. His high school
coaches decided to move him to defensive end
• Grew up idolizing and studying Pro Bowl tackles Tra Thomas,
Jonathan Ogden, and Chris Samuels on television. "Tra has long
arms like myself and I always watched how he utilized them in
pass protection."
• His favorite TV shows are Rob and Big and the Office
• Earned his degree in adult education in December, 2007
• Full name: King David Dunlap V
INJURY HISTORY
• Was placed on the Injured Reserve list on 8/30/08 with an ankle
injury
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS
• A four-year letterman at Auburn, appeared in 48 career games
(20 starts) during his collegiate career
• His best season came as a junior in 2006, as he was the starting
left tackle for an offense that averaged 320.9 yards per game.
YEAR TEAM GP/GS
2008 Phil IR
2009 Phil 12/0
Totals 12/0
Playoffs
YEAR TEAM GP/GS
2008 Phil IR
Totals 0/0
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His definition of an O-lineman: “Someone who is big, physical
and smart with good technique. You have to know the game and
be a smart football player and you have to be mean.”
On what it's like in the trenches: “It’s ugly, dirty and nasty. It’s
very physical and it’s a lot of fun.”
Favorite O-lineman: “I always looked up to Jonathan Ogden and
Willie Roaf. JO is the same height as me but he was a little bit
bigger, so I watched the way he played. Other than those two
guys I remember watching Tra Thomas a lot, even before I got
here.”
IN THE TRENCHES
MILESTONES: First NFL game at Car. (9/13/09)
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATS
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6-1, 233
Maryland
Rookie
Born 8/28/85 in Cameroon, Africa
Bullis HS, Potomac, MD
Acquired - D7b-09 [230th overall]
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A former walk-on at Maryland, Moise Fokou (pronounced Moses
FOE-koo) is a linebacker and special teams contributor. A 7th-round
draft choice of the Eagles in 2009, Fokou earned All-ACC honors as
a senior in 2008, when he was the only player in the conference to
finish with at least 75 tackles (77) and at least 5 sacks (5)
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Ranks first on the team in special teams tackles (20) and third in
special teams production points (287). Also recovered two fum-
bles on special teams.
• Notched his first NFL start vs. Dal (11/8), filling in for an injured
Chris Gocong and posted four tackles. Notched a career-high nine
tackles a week later at SD (11/15)
• Recovered a fumble on a kickoff return by Domenik Hixon vs. NYG
(11/1), which led to a field goal. Also notched 3 tackles on defense.
• Played in his first NFL game at Car. (9/13) and notched 2 special
teams tackles
BIRDSEED
• Despite switching majors in college he still hopes to be an elec-
trical engineer when his football playing days are over. “I used to
like to mess around with electrical things when I was younger,
taking radios apart and trying to fix things. I broke a lot of things
in the process."
• Grew up playing soccer in Cameroon but made the switch to foot-
ball after playing pickup games with his neighbors and falling in
love with the physicality of the game. “I started out with soccer
because they have a very good soccer team in Cameroon. I had
some friends in my neighborhood who said, ‘Moise, you’ve got to
come out and play football with us.’ I was always a physical kid, al-
ways running and getting into trouble, and then I found a way to
hit someone and get away with it. I found a love for the game, liked
the physical aspect of it, and from then, it just took off.”
• Rose from the scout team to starting strong-side linebacker by
showing his mettle on special teams and hopes to find a similar
fate with the Eagles. “A starting spot on offense or defense is
never guaranteed. I think finding your way through on special
teams is a very good step. It shows you can be relied on."
PERSONAL
• His brother, Achille Kolla, is a DB at Catholic University
• Born in the African nation of Cameroon, Fokou immigrated to the
United States in 1990. He traveled from College Park, Md., to Bal-
timore to take the United States citizenship test last august after
spending three years on the waiting list
• Originally enrolled at Division III Frostburg State to play football
and study electrical engineering
• Transferred to Maryland after recording 70 tackles in 10 games
during his freshman season at Frostburg
• Earned a scholarship and quickly rose to a full-time starter at
Maryland after making a name for himself on the Terrapins scout
team as a sophomore
• Was an All-IAC and second-team All-Met selection as a senior RB
and LB at Bullis HS. Also garnered team MVP honors that year
• Was a two-year letterman in basketball at Bullis
• Parents Jean-Marie and Louise Takougre
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS
• Registered 182 tackles in 39 career games at Maryland
• An All-ACC selection as a senior SAM LB in 2008, Fokou recorded
77 tackles, including career highs in TFLs (12) and sacks (5.0)
• His five sacks in 2008 were the most by a Maryland linebacker
since Shawne Merriman had a team-best 8.5 in 2004
• Was the only player in the ACC in 2008 to finish with 75-or-more
tackles and at least five sacks
• Recorded 84 tackles and three FFs in 2007. Also registered a
team-high 17 special teams tackles. Started at WILL LB in the
spring before being moved to SAM
• Played in all 13 games in 2006 as the reserve WILL. Recorded 70
tackles, 1.5 sacks and two blocked kicks at Frostburg St. in 2004.
Transferred to Maryland the following year and redshirted in 2005
• Was selected to play in the 2009 Under Armour Senior Bowl and
invited to the 2009 NFL Combine after starting his career at Div.
III Frostburg State
Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/0 1 2 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/1 2 2 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/1 6 3 9 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/0 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/0 1 2 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/1 4 1 5 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 15/3 15 10 25 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
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TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT
2009 Phil. 15/3 25 15 10 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20
TOTALS 15/3 25 15 10 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS:
SPECIAL TEAMS FUMBLE RECOVERIES: 2 - 1 at NYG (12/13/09), 1 vs. NYG (11/1/09)
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Tackles 9 (11/15/09 at SD)
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Tennessee
4th year
Born 3/18/84 in Charlotte, NC
Myers Park HS, Charlotte, NC
Acquired - D5b-06 (168th overall)
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A fifth-round draft pick of the Eagles in 2006, the versatile Gaither
played five games at MIKE linebacker in 2009, but suffered a Lis-
franc sprain at Oak. (10/18/09) and was placed on Injured Reserve
on 10/28/09.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Started all 16 games at MIKE linebacker in 2007 and posted team
highs in tackles (170) and QB hurries (14). Also ranked 2nd on the
team with 14 KDs
• Was the 2007 recipient of the Jack Edelstein Memorial Award,
which is given to the Eagles player with an uplifting manner, a
love for life, and an exceptional sense of humor who makes all
with whom he comes in contact with feel good
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Recorded a sack of Chiefs QB Matt Cassel and a season-high 11
tackles vs. KC (9/27)
• Started at MIKE linebacker and notched a half sack of Panthers
QB Jake Delhomme at Car. (9/13). Also recovered a fumble of RB
Mike Goodson
BIRDSEED
• His new favorite hobby is boating. His 20-foot powerboat is docked
at Dredge Harbor Boat Center in Delran, NJ, and is used for fish-
ing, waterskiing, and relaxation with his family
• His vocal nature on the field stems from his days in elementary
school. "I used to get in trouble all the time in school for talking.
I would finish my work very quickly and get good grades, but then
I would spend the rest of the time in class talking."
• Being a fifth-round draft pick did not sit well with Gaither. "I def-
initely feel that I was overlooked and it ticked me off. I was given
the number 96 as a rookie and I hated it. I still do. That's not even
a linebacker number. But I have chosen to keep it as a reminder
of why I hate it."
• Enjoys cleaning. In fact, when he returns to his parents' home in
the offseason, they put him "back to work" around the house.
"They have me doing the same old things, cleaning, washing
dishes, vacuuming. I enjoy it though. I like to keep a tight ship."
• Claims to make the best banana pudding and specializes in the
perfect mixture of "sweet tea." Learned how to cook from his
mother. Also gained experience in his first job, working in the
kitchen at a nursing home. "Most of the time I just cleaned off
plates, but once in awhile the chef let me cook." His best meal: "T-
Bone steak and potatoes"
• An all-around athlete, Gaither played football, basketball, and ran
track growing up in Charlotte, NC. He also played in one organized
game of baseball when he was 12 years old. "I was at the field
throwing the ball around with my friends and this coach saw me.
He got me a uniform, suited me up and asked me to pitch in the
game that night. It was the first time I ever played baseball. I
pitched the whole game and we won. I don't remember the exact
score, but I know it was a pitcher's duel."
• For more information, log on to Omar-Gaither.com
INJURY REPORT
• Placed on Injured Reserve on 10/28/09 with a Lisfranc sprain
• Was rendered inactive at Was (10/26/09) with a foot injury
• Underwent surgery on his left foot on 10/24/09 after suffering a
Lisfranc sprain at Oak. (10/18/09)
TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT
2006 Phil. 16/5 58 36 22 1.0 12 1 16 16 0 1 0 0 0 30
2007 Phil. 16/16 170 106 64 0.0 0 1 49 49 0 14 1 0 0 2
2008 Phil. 16/10 63 40 23 2.5 17 0 0 0 0 6 0 1 6 7
2009 Phil. 5/3 38 23 15 1.5 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0
TOTALS 53/34 329 205 124 4.0 34 2 65 49 0 22 1 2 6 39
PLAYOFFS
2006 Phil. 2/2 12 10 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
2008 Phil. 3/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
TOTALS 5/2 12 10 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4
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Tackles 16 (10/21/07 vs. Chi.)
Sacks 1.5 (9/21/08 vs. Pit.)
INTs 1 (2x - 9/30/07 at NYG)
INT Lg 49 (9/30/07 at NYG)
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Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car W 1/1 3 3 6 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Sep 20 NO L 1/1 0 3 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/1 9 2 11 1.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/0 5 1 6 0.0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/0 6 6 12 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was INACTIVE/FOOT
Was placed on Injured Reserve on 10/28 with a foot injury
Totals 5/3 23 15 38 1.5 5 0 0 0 1 0 1
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Cal Poly SLO
4th year
Born 11/16/83 in Lancaster, CA
Carpinteria HS, Santa Barbara, CA
Acquired - D3-06 [71st overall]
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A tough and versatile player with a relentless approach to the game,
Chris Gocong (pronounced GO-kong) is a valuable component of the
defense and also contributes on special teams. A third-round draft
choice of the Eagles in 2006, Gocong finished his career with 42
sacks in 41 games at Cal Poly.
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Made his first career start at middle linebacker at SD (11/15)
• Registered a sack of Buccaneers QB Josh Johnson vs. TB (10/11)
• Forced a fumble of Chiefs RB Larry Johnson vs. KC (9/27)
BIRDSEED
• Worked with the New Jersey Education Association in the 2009
offseason and visited four different classrooms as part of the pro-
gram called “Tackle Science with Chris Gocong.” He worked with
4th, 5th, 6th and 12th graders, helping them understand various
concepts, such as electricity, circuits, and bridges.
“I actually had to teach an entire class of advanced physics to the
12th graders,” said Gocong. “ I spent a little time brushing up on
the subject the day before, but the hardest part was standing up
in front of a whole classroom full of kids just staring at you.”
• Did work with the Animal Orphanage in Voorhees, NJ, in the 2008
offseason. Chris and his wife, Mandy, helped to publicize the shel-
ter in its effort to win a "million dollar makeover" contest spon-
sored by Zootoo.com, a new opinion-sharing website for pet
owners. Members from Zootoo visited more than 20 shelters lo-
cally to determine which shelter was most in need of a makeover.
"My wife and I are big animal lovers, so it was something that I
enjoyed doing," said Gocong. "There are so many pets that come
into these shelters, that they almost become overloaded. A lot of
them need more money so they can better provide for the ani-
mals, so it was great being on the forefront to try and accomplish
that."
• Attended Cal Poly, one of the nation's most prestigious engineer-
ing schools, to enter the biomedical field. "Nobody goes to Cal
Poly to play football," said Gocong. His most challenging class was
Fluid Dynamics, which he took twice due to a stringent professor,
Jim Locascio. (Cal Poly also produced Hall of Fame coach John
Madden, a 21st round draft pick of the Eagles in 1958)
• With a degree in general engineering, Gocong has had a passion
for building things and taking them apart since his youth, when he
would re-assemble VCRs and TVs. In one of his more recent proj-
ects, Gocong purchased a 1964 Chevy Impala in the 2008 offsea-
son and has been trying to upgrade it. "I don't even know that
much about cars, but I love watching TV shows like Chop Cut Re-
build and American Chopper, and I really wanted to work on an old
school car of my own."
INJURY REPORT
• Was rendered inactive vs. Dal (11/8/09) with a quad contusion and
a hamstring strain
• Suffered a quad contusion and a hamstring strain in the second
quarter vs. NYG (11/1/09)
Description Opponent
FR in end zone 9/15/08 at Dal (Romo) (L)
TOUCHDOWNS (1)
TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT
2006 Phil. 0/0 Injured Reserve/Stinger
2007 Phil. 16/12 92 49 43 1.0 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 11
2008 Phil. 16/12 61 36 25 2.0 17 0 0 0 0 4 1 1 0 19
2009 Phil. 14/11 50 28 22 1.0 8 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 7
TOTALS 46/35 203 113 90 4.0 28 0 0 0 0 8 2 1 0 37
PLAYOFFS
2006 Phil. 0/0 Injured Reserve/Stinger
2008 Phil. 3/3 17 9 8 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
TOTALS 3/3 17 9 8 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
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Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car W 1/1 3 3 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/1 3 1 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/1 2 1 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/1 3 2 5 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/1 7 2 9 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/1 2 1 3 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/1 0 1 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 8 Dal INACTIVE/QUAD/HAMSTRING
Nov 15 at SD L 1/1 1 3 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/1 1 2 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/0 0 2 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/1 2 0 2 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/1 4 4 8 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 14/11 28 22 50 1.0 3 0 0 0 2 1 0
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Tackles 9 (3x - 10/18/09 at Oak.)
Sacks 1.0 (4x - 10/11/09 vs. TB)
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Texas Tech
5th year
Born 8/13/81 in Inglewood, CA
St. Bernard HS, Playa Del Ray, CA
Acquired - FA 2006
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A speedy and gritty player with a knack for being around the football,
Joselio Hanson has emerged as a reliable nickel cornerback and
was rewarded with a five-year contract on 2/20/09. Originally a
rookie free agent signing by San Francisco in 2003, Hanson starred
collegiately at Texas Tech.
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Has amassed 13 special teams tackles in 11 games
• Combined with Victor Abiamiri on a half sack (QB Eli Manning)
and later recovered a fumble in the 4th quarter at NYG (12/13),
sealing the victory
• Notched an interception off Panthers QB Matt Moore (9/13 at Car.)
BIRDSEED
• After being released by the 49ers in 2005, Hanson believed his
NFL career was over. “I came to camp with the Eagles [in 2006]
after playing in Europe with the idea that I had no chance of mak-
ing the team. I was just planning on enjoying my last month of
football and getting my resume ready for a job ... It makes me ap-
preciate my time in the NFL that much more and it gave me a chip
on my shoulder that I play with every time I hit the field.”
• His parents, John and Yolanda, met while they were students at
Howard University. Yolanda had moved to Washington, D.C., from
Panama to go to college, while John had moved there from Ala-
bama. After college the two were married and moved to Los An-
geles where John's mother had moved. John was a musician,
while Yolanda was an opera singer. He eventually earned his Ph.D.
in music and became a high school teacher. He retired abruptly
when he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and eventually
passed away in 2000 due to complications from the disease. "I
don't remember him playing a lot of instruments because he got
sick, but there were flutes, and drums and other things in the
garage collecting dust. He did get into his wheelchair and make it
to church to play the piano and the organ. It was great."
• Credits Deion Sanders for inspiring him to start playing football in
the 8th grade. "I saw Deion on the 49ers and I was hooked. I've
played cornerback ever since."
TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sack Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT
2004 SF 13/3 20 18 2 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0
2006 Phil. 16/1 34 23 11 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 12
2007 Phil. 16/4 45 31 14 1.0 7 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 11
2008 Phil. 16/3 32 14 18 1.0 7 1 13 13 0 4 0 1 96 7
2009 Phil. 11/0 34 28 6 0.5 2.5 1 2 2 0 5 0 1 12 13
TOTALS 72/11 165 114 51 3.5 17.5 2 15 13 0 30 0 3 108 43
PLAYOFFS
2006 Phil. 2/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
2008 Phil. 3/0 8 6 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
TOTALS 5/0 8 6 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
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Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car W 1/0 2 0 2 0.0 0 1 2 2 2 0 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/0 4 0 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/0 1 1 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/0 3 0 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/0 3 0 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/0 4 1 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/0 2 0 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
Nov 15 at SD SUSPENSION
Nov 22 at Chi SUSPENSION
Nov 29 Was SUSPENSION
Dec 6 at Atl SUSPENSION
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/0 3 1 4 0.5 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Dec 20 SF W 1/0 3 3 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/0 3 0 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 11/0 28 6 34 0.5 0 1 2 2 5 0 1
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Tackles 8 (11/25/07 at NE)
INTs 1 (2x - 9/13/09 at Car.)
INT Lg 13 (11/27/08 vs. Arz.)
Sacks 1.0 (3x - 11/16/08 at Cin.)
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TOUCHDOWNS (1)
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Virginia Tech
Rookie
Born 2/16/1986 in Highland Springs, VA
Highland Springs HS, Highland Springs, VA
Acquired - D5b-09 (157th overall)
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A fifth-round draft choice of the Eagles in 2009, Victor “Macho” Har-
ris has earned valuable time on the field after impressing coaches
with his strong preseason performance. A 2008 first-team All-
America selection, Harris was a consistent playmaker at corner-
back during his four-year career at Virginia Tech. He posted 15
interceptions for the Hokies, returning four for touchdowns, and
also saw action as a returner and wide receiver.
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Made his first career start at cornerback vs. Was. (11/29)
• Recorded a career-high ten tackles at Oak. (10/18)
• Became the first Eagles rookie to start at safety on opening day
(9/13 at Car.) since Wes Hopkins on 9/3/83 at SF, and the first Ea-
gles rookie defensive player to start on opening day since DT
Corey Simon on 9/3/00 at Dal
BIRDSEED
• Nicknamed "Macho” by his father. “When I was two years old my
dad said I was very challenging,” said Harris. “I was running
around the house with my bike and stuff being a little challenging
boy and he wanted to give me a challenging name, a tough name,
a masculine name like Macho. It’s stuck with me ever since.”
• In December of 2004, Harris' senior year in high school, his
mother was cooking in anticipation of a visit from Virginia Tech
coaches when a fire broke out on the stove. Harris put out the fire
but suffered third-degree burns on his right arm, and spent a
week in the hospital. “When it broke out the first thing I did was
grab a big towel and try to throw it over the
stove to stop it at the source. Then I was able
to put the rest out by stomping on it and
using water. It’s amazing how fast it all hap-
pened.”
• Honors his late mother, Maritza, with a large
tattoo of her face on his left arm and one that
reads “Mama’s Boy” on his neck. Maritza
suffered a brain aneurysm on Christmas
night in 2004, 10 days after the fire. “I was
the oldest boy in a family of eight children,”
he said. “My mother and I were very close
and these tattoos honor her. My family
means everything to me.”
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS
• A 2008 first-team
All-America (The
Sporting News) se-
lection, and a two-
time first-team
All-ACC honoree (2007-08)
• Started 40 games at Virginia Tech, posting 15 INTs, returning four
for TDs. Also added 128 tackles, two FFs and a FR, blocked one
kick and deflected 22 passes
• Earned first-team All-America and first-team All-ACC honors as
a senior in 2008 after posting six INTs (two returned for TDs). His
INT total tied for 11th-most in the nation
QUOTES
• McDermott on Harris: “Macho, talk about a guy that’s battled
through all of the spring and all of training camp and showed a
tremendous amount of perseverance, and then, on the field he’s
a natural football player. He’s a guy that you can play at a couple
positions and he’s going to display natural football ability and
that’s what you look for.”
INJURY REPORT
• Was rendered inactive vs. NYG (11/1/09) with an ankle sprain
• Suffered an ankle sprain in the second quarter at Was. (10/26/09)
and was sidelined for the remainder of the game
Tackles 10 (10/18/09 at Oak.)
Kickoff returns 5 (2x - 12/13/09 at NYG)
Yards 126 (11/22/09 at Chi.)
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rookie to start at safety for the
Eagles on opening day since Wes
Hopkins did so in 1983
TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS KICKOFF RETURNS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT No Yds Avg Lg TD
2009 Phil. 14/7 40 26 14 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 19 394 20.7 32 0
TOTALS 14/7 40 26 14 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 19 394 20.7 32 0
ADDITIONAL STATISTICS:
SPECIAL TEAMS FUMBLES/LOST: 2009 - (1/1)
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2009 Philadelphia Eagles DEFENSE KICKOFF RETURNS
Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR No Yds Avg LG TD
Sep 13 at Car W 1/1 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/1 2 1 3 0.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/1 4 1 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/1 2 1 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/1 5 5 10 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/1 0 1 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG INACTIVE/ANKLE
Nov 8 Dal L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/0 3 0 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 57 28.5 30 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/0 3 0 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 126 25.2 32 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/1 2 0 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 35 11.7 21 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/0 2 3 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 110 22.0 26 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 20 20.0 20 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/0 2 2 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 46 15.3 16 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 14/7 26 14 40 0.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 19 394 20.7 32 0
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Saginaw Valley St.
5th year
Born 10/13/82 in Grand Rapids, MI
Ravenna HS, Ravenna, MI
Acquired - D4b-05 (126th overall)
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A big athletic force on the offensive line, Todd Herremans (pro-
nounced HARE-uh-mens) has been solid as the team's starting left
guard over the last three-plus seasons. During his rookie year in
2005, Herremans saw valuable action at left tackle for an injured
Tra Thomas and successfully made the transition to guard in his
sophomore campaign. A fourth-round draft choice of the Eagles,
Herremans earned a five-year contract extension in 2006 that will
keep him in Philadelphia through 2013.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Named to Larry Weisman's USA Today 2008 All-Joe Team, which
honors the NFL players whose work doesn't necessarily garner
headlines, but is integral to the success of their football team
• Scored the first TD of his career on a one-yard pass from QB
Donovan McNabb, while playing as an eligible receiver on a goal-
line play at Sea. (11/2)
• Became just the 2nd offensive lineman in team history to catch a
TD pass and the first since Bob Gonya did so on 10/7/34 vs. Pit.
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Started at LT at SD (11/15), filling in for an injured Jason Peters
• Started at LG at Was. (10/26), after missing the first five games
with a foot injury
BIRDSEED
• Took up chess as a hobby in college and became addicted. Has
been invloved in Eagles Youth Partnership's annual chess tour-
nament for the past three years. "When I was in college, one of
my buddy's parents brought us a chess set and three or four of
us ended up sitting around playing chess all the time. I got into the
strategy of the game and liked how you always had to think three
or four steps ahead all the time. Then I got to see how good the
kids were with the EYP event, and was amazed."
• Growing up in the small town of Ravenna (pronounced ruh-VENN-
uh), located in the western part of Michigan, didn't aid in getting
Todd recruited to play football at a Division I-A school. In a town
that had one blinking street light, one gas station and one pri-
vately owned grocery store, the football program was very small.
In fact, his senior year team consisted of just 19 players. Although
he played tight end, offensive tackle, and defensive tackle, his tal-
ented but underexposed career went unnoticed by the big schools.
That's why he decided on Saginaw Valley State, a small teaching
school at the Division II level, which offered him a scholarship that
covered half of his tuition
• 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
the lead role in the play Tom Jones during his junior year
• Has a strong interest in drawing and other forms of art. Has
worked over the years with various different mediums including
chalk, graphite, and water colors
• Herremans on his first part-time job at a pickle factory: "First job
I ever had was at the Swanson Pickle Company. Mainly I did gen-
eral maintenance, carpentry, electric work, that kind of thing. You
might ask if I ate all the pickles, but they weren't pickles yet. At the
factory they were cucumbers, and I ate my fair share of cucum-
bers."
INJURY REPORT
• Was rendered inactive in games 1-5 with a foot injury
• Underwent successful surgery on 8/28/09 to repair a stress frac-
ture in his left foot
MILESTONES: First NFL game and start vs. GB 11/27/05
TOUCHDOWNS: 1 at Sea. 11/2/08
RECEIVING: 1-1-1lg-1TD – 2008
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATS
His definition of an O-lineman: “The ultimate team player. They
never touch the ball or score points or get highlights on Sports-
Center. But no one else is going to get that done unless we do
our job.”
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 re-
ally enjoy watching his highlight tapes.”
Nobody is perfect: Was one pitch away from firing a perfect
game in high school. With two outs in the 7th inning, a fly ball
to left field was misplayed and ended his bid for the perfect
game. “I had a knuckle ball, but I mostly relied on strictly fast-
balls.”
IN THE TRENCHES
YEAR TEAM GP/GS
2005 Phil 4/4
2006 Phil 16/16
2007 Phil 16/15
2008 Phil 16/15
2009 Phil 10/10
Totals 62/60
Playoffs
YEAR TEAM GP/GS
2006 Phil 2/2
2008 Phil 3/3
Totals 5/5
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Iowa State
5th year
Born 5/16/1983 in Niagara Falls, NY
DeSoto HS, DeSoto TX
Acquired - Trade [NE] 2009
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The Eagles primary kickoff returner with a role at cornerback, Ellis
Hobbs suffered a neck injury on 11/8/09 and was placed on the In-
jured Reserve list on 11/11/09. Originally drafted by New England
in the third round of the 2005 NFL draft (84th overall), Hobbs was
acquired by the Eagles in a 2009 draft day trade after spending his
first four seasons as a member of the New England Patriots.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Has three career kickoff return TDs - one in each of the last three
seasons from 2006-08. He and Browns WR Joshua Cribbs are the
only two players in the NFL to do so
• Set an NFL record in 2007 by returning a kickoff 108 yards for a TD
• Has registered 11 career INTs (nine regular season) and 2.5 sacks,
and has missed just one game in his NFL career
INJURY REPORT
• Underwent a successful anterior cervical decompression and fu-
sion for a herniated disk on 12/7/09
• Was placed on the Injured Reserve list on 11/11/09 with a neck-
injury and will undergo surgery
• Suffered a stinger in the 4th quarter vs. Dal (11/8/09), and was
sidelined for the remainder of the game
BIRDSEED
• Went back to school in the 2009 offseason to earn his degree in
Arts and Design. Hobbs, who grew up wanting to be an animator
for Walt Disney, began drawing as a young child. “I learned how to
draw from my father. Drawing is something that really has always
been in my family as long as I can remember,” said Hobbs. “My
dad used to draw pictures of a lot of things and he is amazing at
it, and I used to mimic his drawings when I was a kid. I won sev-
eral art contests growing up that my dad put me in touch with,
and I really just love it. Since then, I have gotten into animation
and graphic design, and I hope to take my talents into that field
when my playing days are over.”
• Hosted the fourth annual “Ellis Hobbs Invitational” track event at
his alma mater DeSoto High School in the 2009 offseason. Will
also host a new event at DeSoto entitled the “Eagle Olympics,”
which will be similar to the Special Olympics. All of the proceeds
from each event are raised for the high school
TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS KICKOFF RETURNS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT No Yds Avg Lg TD
2005 NE 16/8 42 30 12 0.0 0.0 3 8 8 0 12 0 2 7 3 15 361 24.1 37 0
2006 NE 15/9 46 38 8 0.0 0.0 2 79 70 0 6 0 1 5 5 10 360 36.0 93t 1
2007 NE 16/16 63 57 6 1.0 9.0 1 0 0 0 12 1 1 35 0 35 911 26.0 108t 1
2008 NE. 16/16 46 40 6 1.5 9.5 3 0 4 0 11 0 0 0 2 45 1281 28.5 95t 1
2009 Phil. 8/0 14 9 5 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 481 24.1 63 0
TOTALS 71/49 211 174 37 2.5 18.5 9 87 70 0 41 1 4 47 10 125 3394 27.2 108t 3
PLAYOFFS
2005 NE 2/2 8 6 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 125 25.0 32 0
2006 NE 3/3 14 14 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 10 307 30.7 80 0
2007 NE 3/2 9 8 1 0.0 0.0 2 20 23 0 4 0 0 0 0 2 39 19.5 24 0
TOTALS 8/7 31 28 3 0.0 0.0 2 20 23 0 10 0 0 0 0 17 471 27.7 80 0
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS:
FUMBLES/LOST: (1/1) - 2009 (1/1)
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Tackles 8 (2x - 11/25/07 vs Phi.)
INTs 1 (9x - 12/21/08 vs Ari.)
INT Lg 70 (10/30/06 vs Min.)
KO ret. 7 (9/20/09 vs. NO)
KO ret. yds 237 (9/21/08 vs Mia.)
KO ret. avg* 52.0 (9/9/07 vs NYJ)
KO ret. lg 108t (9/9/07 vs NYJ)
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Description Opponent
95-yd kickoff return 12/14/08 at Oak (W)
35-yd FR return 11/18/07 at Buf (W)
108-yd kickoff return 9/9/07 at NYJ (W)
93-yd kickoff return 12/17/06 vs Hou (W)
TOUCHDOWNS (4) ◦ 4-0 RECORD
2009 Philadelphia Eagles DEFENSE KICKOFF RETURNS
Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR No Yds Avg LG TD
Sep 13 at Car W 1/0 2 2 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 45 22.5 28 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/0 0 1 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 179 25.6 63 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/0 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 57 28.5 32 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/0 2 0 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 21 21.0 21 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/0 1 1 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 37 18.5 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/0 3 1 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 88 29.3 39 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 54 18.0 29 0
Was placed on the Injured Reserve list on 11/11/09 with a neck injury
Totals 8/0 9 5 14 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 481 24.1 63 0
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6-3, 260
Kansas State
10th year
Born 11/19/76 in St. Petersburg, FL
Boca Ciega HS, St. Petersburg, FL
Acquired - FA [NO] - 2006
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A free agent signing in 2006, the versatile and crafty Howard has in-
fused depth and experience into the defensive line. A second-round
draft choice of the Saints in 2000, Howard contributes snaps at both
defensive end and defensive tackle and has recorded 67.0 career
sacks.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Led the Eagles with 10 sacks in 2008, which was the highest total
among all NFL players without a start
• Finished 8th on the Saints all-time sack list with 44.5 sacks
• No defender in Saints history posted more sacks in his first 3 sea-
sons than his 25 from 2000-02
• A unanimous All-Rookie team selection in 2000, led all NFL rook-
ies in sacks (11), breaking Renaldo Turnbull's club record for
sacks by a rookie (9)
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Ranks 3rd on the team in sacks (6.5) and hurries (12)
• Posted four sacks in four games in December
• Recorded a sack of Broncos QB Kyle Orton vs. Den (12/27)
• Notched two sacks and forced a fumble of Gi-
ants QB Eli Manning at NYG (12/13), marking
his 18th career multi-sack game
• Registered a sack of Falcons QB Chris Redman
at Atl. (12/6)
• Recorded a half sack of Chargers QB Philip
Rivers at SD (11/15)
• Tackled Buccaneers RB Carnell Williams in
the end zone for a safety vs. TB (10/11)
• Notched a team-high 2.0 sacks at Car. (9/13).
Also forced a fumble of Panthers RB Mike
Goodson, which was recovered by Omar
Gaither
BIRDSEED
• Aspires to be a music producer once his play-
ing days are over and has built mini-recording
studios in the basement of every home he has
owned, including the one he currently has in
Philadelphia. "I want to get my hands into a bit
of everything, but I love R & B and hip-hop. I
have a talent for it. It's something I am heavily
into now and want to dedicate more time to it when I retire from
football." Howard began to harness his love for music as a DJ in
college
• Shed 15 pounds and 7% body fat (22% to 15%) over the last two
offseasons by implementing boxing and MMA training methods at
Extreme Fitness in Tampa and by playing
basketball four times per week. “Boxing
keeps me focused on hand quickness, hand
movement, and keeping my hands up all the
time,” said Howard. “That really helped me
with getting off blocks.” The MMA training
helped him with his core area.
Sk Opponent
3.0 10/13/02 at Was (W)
2.0 9/10/00 at SD (W)
2.0 10/15/00 vs Car (W)
2.0 10/7/01 vs Min (W)
2.0 11/23/03 at Phi (L)
2.0 12/5/04 vs Car (L)
2.0 10/2/05vs Buf (W)
2.0 10/8/06 vs Dal (W)
2.0 9/21/08 vs Pit (W)
Sk Opponent
2.0 11/16/08 at Cin (T)
2.0 9/13/09 at Car (W)
2.0 12/13/09 at NYG (W)
1.5 12/9/01 at Atl (W)
1.5 12/17/01 vs StL (L)
1.5 10/27/02 vs Atl (L)
1.5 12/15/02 vs Min (L)
1.5 1/2/05 at Car (W)
1.5 11/2/08 at Sea (W)
MULTI-SACK GAMES (18) ◦ RECORD: 12-5-1
TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds
2000 NO 16/16 52 37 15 11.0 62 1 46 46 0 7 1 2 0
2001 NO 16/16 54 36 18 6.0 40 1 37 37 0 4 3 0 0
2002 NO 16/16 48 35 13 8.0 51 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0
2003 NO 8/8 29 27 2 5.0 19 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 2
2004 NO 13/12 46 37 9 11.0 61.5 0 0 0 0 1 4 3 0
2005 NO 12/9 33 24 9 3.5 25 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 -2
2006 Phil. 16/16 43 24 19 5.0 27 0 0 0 0 3 2 2 0
2007 Phil. 16/0 10 7 3 1.0 8 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0
2008 Phil. 16/0 37 26 11 10.0 61.5 1 8 8 0 0 0 1 -2
2009 Phil. 15/0 32 22 10 6.5 38 0 0 0 0 5 2 0 0
TOTALS 144/93 384 275 109 67.0 393 3 91 46 0 32 17 11 -2
PLAYOFFS
2000 NO 2/2 4 3 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2006 Phil. 2/2 5 4 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0
2008 Phil. 3/0 3 2 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 7/4 12 9 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0
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Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car W 1/0 5 1 6 2.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/0 1 2 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/0 3 2 5 0.0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/0 3 0 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/0 2 1 3 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/0 1 1 2 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/0 1 1 2 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/0 3 0 3 1.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/0 2 2 4 2.0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/0 1 0 1 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 15/0 22 10 32 6.5 12 0 0 0 5 2 0
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Tackles 11 (9/25/05 at Min.)
Sacks 3 (10/13/02 at Was.)
INTs 1 (3x -9/28/08 at Chi.)
INT Lg 46 (11/12/00 at Car.)
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Florida
Rookie
Born 6/10/1985 in Hawthorne, FL
Hawthorne HS, Hawthorne, FL
Acquired - D5a-09 (153rd overall)
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A fifth-round draft choice of the Eagles in 2009, Cornelius Ingram
was placed on Injured Reserve on 9/1/09 after suffering a torn ACL
during training camp. A versatile athlete, Ingram came into college
as a 204-pound quarterback in 2004, while also playing shooting
guard and small forward for the basketball team. He made the
switch to tight end during his junior season in 2005 and went on to
record 64 catches for 888 yards and 8 touchdowns before suffering
a torn ACL that sidelined him for his entire senior season.
BIRDSEED
• After winning two national championships at Florida, Ingram got
the chance to visit the White House twice with his teammates,
meeting both former President George W. Bush, and current
President Barack Obama. In fact, his Florida teammates voted
him as the person to present President Obama with a game ball
and a jersey, despite the fact that he sat out his senior season
with a torn ACL. “It was such a great experience for me, and it
meant so much to me that my teammates allowed me to do that,”
said Ingram. “When I met President Obama, that was my third
time visiting the White House. I actually went once when I was in
fifth grade. To be able to shake his hand and meet him, it was just
amazing. It’s something I’ll never forget. He’s got a very firm
handshake.”
• Would one day like to be the mayor of his hometown of
Hawthorne, FL. “ I love it there. There are about 2,000-3,000 peo-
ple in the entire city,” said Ingram. “There were maybe 800 kids in
my whole school, and that includes grades 6 through 12. I think
there were just 75 kids in my graduating class.” Ingram claims
the big thing to do in Hawthorne is go to the high school football
and basketball games. “That’s what everyone’s always talking
about. It’s the highlight of everyone’s week. If I can’t be the mayor
there, I would at least like to coach there one day.”
• Grew up a huge fan of the Florida Gators and achieved a life-long
dream after deciding to attend there. “My signing day in high
school was one of the best days of my life, not including the day I
got drafted,” said Ingram. “My family and everyone in my town
was so excited. Everyone loves Florida football in Hawthorne, so
it was just amazing to be able to go there.”
• Claims that his church pastor, Robbie Williams, was a guiding
force in his life in getting him to where he is today. “He did so
much for my family and me growing up, supporting my decisions
and making sure I was doing the right thing. He actually travels
with my family sometimes to events and things like that. I con-
sider him family, we all do.”
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS
• Started seven of 29 games at Florida, posting 64 receptions for
888 yards and eight TDs
• A team captain in 2008, sat out the entire season with a torn ACL
in his left knee
• Earned second-team All-SEC honors in 2007 after finishing 4th
on the team with 34 receptions for 508 yards and tied for the team
lead with seven TDs
• Played in 14 games in 2006, as an H-Back, slot receiver and even-
tually at tight end, posting 380 yards and one TD on 30 receptions
• Made the switch from QB to TE in 2005, playing in two games
PERSONAL
• His parents are Johnny and Gwendolyn. Has two sisters, Shemeka
and Johnneisha, and one older brother, Greg Bowie. Greg coaches
basketball and football for Hawthorne High School
• Was a member of the Florida basketball team as a true freshman
in 2004-05, playing in 19 games at the small forward and shoot-
ing guard position
• Attended Hawthorne HS (FL), excelling in football and basketball.
Listed as a four-star athlete and a Top 100 pick by Rivals.com, who
rated him the third-best quarterback prospect, in addition to plac-
ing him on their Southeast Elite 88 list
• Was a two-time Class 1A All-State selection in both football and
basketball, and threw for more than 1,400 yards and 22 touch-
downs in 2000. For the hoops squad, he averaged more than 25
points per game as a shooting guard during his junior season. As
a senior, he was one of six finalists for the Mr. Basketball Award
for the state of Florida
• Enjoys being with his family in his free time
• Earned his degree in anthropology at Florida
INJURY HISTORY
• Placed on Injured Reserve on 9/1/09 with a torn ACL
• Underwent successful surgery on 8/12/09 to repair a torn ACL
suffered on 8/4/09
Year Team GP/GS No Yds Avg Lg TD
2009 Phil IR/KNEE
TOTALS 0/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
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California
2nd year
Born 12/1/86 in Long Beach, CA
Long Beach Polytechnic, Long Beach, CA
Acquired - D2b-08 (49th overall)
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A second-round draft choice of the Eagles in 2008, DeSean Jackson
has emerged as an explosive and dynamic playmaker at both re-
ceiver and punt returner, as is currently among league leaders in
yards per catch (18.7) and punt return average (16.0). An exciting
player with a penchant for big plays, Jackson has registered eight
touchdowns of 50-plus yards this season, tying Elroy “Crazy Legs”
Hirsch (1951) and Devin Hester (2007) for the NFL record.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Has registered eight touch-
downs of 50-plus yards in 2009,
tying Elroy “Crazy Legs” Hirsch
(1951) and Devin Hester (2007)
for the NFL record
• His average of 52.8 yards per score is the highest in NFL history
among all players with at least 10 touchdowns scored in a sea-
son. Chicago’s Harlon Hill holds the record with a 50.6 average
set in 1956
• Is the fifth player in
NFL history to have
scored touchdowns
via receiving, rushing
and punt return in
each of his first two
seasons
• Is the only player in
team history to record 3 career punt re-
turns for a TD
• Has averaged 49.1 yards per score on 17
career TDs (including postseason). Ad-
ditionally, 12 of his 17 touchdowns have
gone for 35+ yards (including ten 50-plus
yard TDs)
• Recorded a 60-plus-yard touchdown (85-yard punt return at Car.
- 9/13/09; 71-yard reception vs. NO - 9/20/09; 64-yard reception
vs. KC - 9/27/09), becoming the first in NFL history to do so in the
first three games of a season
• Set the Eagles rookie record with 912 receiving yards, surpassing
Keith Jackson's total of 869 set in 1988
• Set the Eagles record for rookie wide receivers (2nd among all
rookies) with 62 receptions, surpassing Don Looney's total of 58
in 1940 and becoming the first Eagles rookie to lead the team in
receptions since Keith Jackson did so with 81 in 1988
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Leads the NFL with a 16.0 punt return
average, which is also the second-high-
est average for a single-season in team
history. Also has returned two punts for
TDs, which ties Brian Westbrook for the
most all-time in Eagles history for a sin-
gle-season
• His 18.7 yards per
catch ranks 2nd
among all NFL
players with 30-or-
more receptions
• Ranks t-7th in the
NFL and t-2nd in
the NFC with 12 TDs (9 receiving, 2 punt returns, 1 rushing)
• Has set a career
high in receiving
yards (1,120), be-
coming the third
player under Andy
Reid to surpass the
1,000-yard mark (Terrell Owens in 2004; Kevin Curtis in 2007). His
1,120 yards also ranks t-11th in the NFL and 4th in the NFC
• His nine touchdowns and 1,120 receiving yards this season are
the highest totals by an Eagle since Terrell Owens’ 14 touchdowns
and 1,200 yards in 2004
• Has garnered four NFC honors this season: NFC Special Teams
POW at Car. (9/13) and at NYG (12/13), NFC Offensive POW at Was.
(10/26) and NFC Special Teams POM in September
• Ten of his 12 touchdowns this season have been for 35-plus yards
(85-yd punt return; 71-yd reception; 64-yd reception; 67-yd rush;
57-yd reception; 54-yd reception; 48-yd reception; 35-yd recep-
tion; 72-yd punt return; 60-yd reception)
• Has amassed five 100-yard games this season, which is the high-
est total by an Eagle since Terrell Owens had seven in 2004
• Became one of four players in team history to register back-to-
back 140-yard receiving games (178 at NYG - 12/13 and 140 vs.
SF - 12/20). The last to do so was Mike Quick in 1985 (146 yds on
11/3/85 at 49ers; 145 yds on 11/10/85 vs. Atl.). The others were
Ben Hawkins (1967), Pete Retzlaff (1965) and Bud Grant (1952)
• Earned NFC Special Teams POW honors for his performance at
NYG (12/13) when he had a 72-yd punt return for a TD, his second
of the season and the third of his career to set a new team record.
Also had a 60-yd TD reception and posted a career-high 178 yds
• Earned NFC Offensive POW honors for his performance at Was.
(10/26). Had a career-long 67-yd rushing touchdown during the
opening drive of the game. Also caught a 57-yard pass for a touch-
down from QB Donovan McNabb, becoming the second player in
team history to have a rushing
and receiving touchdown of 50-
plus yds in the same game (Bosh
Pritchard on 10/23/49 vs. Wash-
ington - 75-yd reception; 77-yd
rush)
• Earned NFC Special Teams POM
honors in Sept. with a 22.2 punt
return average and an 85-yd punt
return for a TD vs. Car. (9/13)
• Had a 60-plus yd TD (85-yd punt
return; 71-yd reception; 64-yd re-
ception) in each of the first three games. The last NFL player to
accomplish that feat was Chiefs Dante Hall in 2003, and the last
Eagle to do so was Jack Ferrante (three straight games in 1945)
• After notching 101 yards vs. NO (9/20/09) and 149 yards vs. KC
(9/27/09), he and Brent Celek became the first Eagles duo to each
eclipse 100 receiving yards in two-straight games since Pete
Pihos and Bobby Walston in 1953 (11/8, 11/15)
BIRDSEED
• DeSean is motivated by his late father, Bill, who passed away in
May 2009, after a bout with pancreatic cancer. “He fought until the
end. He was strong. But it was tough going into the hospital and
seeing him like that ... I'm going to be just as strong as my dad
would have wanted me to be.”
Player TDs
DeSean Jackson 3
Brian Westbrook 2
Brian Mitchell 2
Steve Van Buren 2
EAGLES CAREER
PUNT RETURN TDs
Player Avg.
DeSean Jackson 16.0
Patrick Crayton 12.9
Wes Welker 12.5
Joshua Cribbs 12.4
2009 NFL LEADERS
PUNT RETURN AVG.
“What sums him up the best,
besides the fact that he’s a
good player, is that he loves to
play the game like all of us did
when we were kids playing in
the backyard. He just has a
good time. He’s doing it in the
National Football League,
which is pretty amazing.”
- Head Coach Andy Reid
BACKYARD FOOTBALL
Player Year TDs
DeSean Jackson 2009 8
Elroy Hirsch (LA) 1951 8
Devin Hester (Chi.) 2007 8
50-PLUS YARD TOUCHDOWNS
Player Rec Yds Avg TDs
Mike Wallace (Pit.) 37 692 18.7 5
DeSean Jackson 60 1120 18.7 9
M. Massaquoi (Cle.) 33 610 18.5 3
Malcom Floyd (SD) 36 636 17.7 1
Hakeem Nicks (NYG) 46 795 17.3 6
2009 NFL LEADERS - YARDS PER CATCH
In 2009, Jackson registered eight
touchdowns of 50-plus yards,
tying Elroy “Crazy Legs” Hirsch
(1951) and Devin Hester (2007)
for the NFL record
Player Years
DeSean Jackson 2008 & 2009
Louis Lipps (Pit.- NO) 1984 & 1985
Bobby Mitchell (Cle.- Was.) 1958 & 1959
Ray McLean (Chi.) 1940 & 1941
Dick Todd (Was.) 1939 & 1940
RUSH, RECEPTION AND PUNT RETURN
TDS IN EACH OF FIRST TWO SEASONS:
ADDITIONAL 2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Earned NFC Special Teams POW honors for his performance at
Car. (9/13) when he broke an 85-yard punt return for a touchdown,
the second of his career and the second-longest in team history
(Vai Sikahema, 87 yards on 11/22/92 at NYG)
• His 106 punt return yds at Car. (9/13) was the 3rd-highest output
in franchise history behind V. Sikahema (111) and Reno Mahe (108)
INJURY REPORT
• Was rendered inactive at Atl. (12/6/09) with a concussion
• Suffered a concussion in the 3rd quarter vs. Was. (11/29/09) and
was sidelined for the remainder of the game
BIRDSEED
• Byron, who spent two seasons in the NFL on the Chiefs practice
squad (1992-93), began taping DeSean's football games at a very
young age in order to help him hone his skills. Eventually he
began taping other things involving DeSean that they hope to use
some day in a documentary
• Prior to the 2008 NFL Draft, was mentored by WR Jerry Rice. "He
emphasized to me the importance of my life off the field as much
as he did on the field. He told me to work to leave a great im-
pression on everybody and to work as hard as I can."
• He and his brother, Byron, are in the beginning stages of a busi-
ness venture called Sports Rhythms. Together, they will first focus
their efforts on creating children’s books that will help kids navi-
gate through the potential dangers of society. Said Jackson, “I
want to be able send a message about how I was able to avoid all
the nonsense that surrounded me growing up.”
• Credits all of his four older brothers for making him the athlete he
is today. They would have their little brother up on Sunday morn-
ings the day after his high school games working on his skills.
"When other kids were still in bed on Sundays, my brothers had
me up working. They made me tough. They wouldn't let me be a
punk.” All four brothers played collegiate football: Byron (San
Jose St.), Derrick (Idaho St.), Travis (Utah St.) and Jay (Santa Mon-
ica Junior College). Byron now works in the editing office at FOX
Sportsnet in Los Angeles
• DeSean has been come an active spokesperson for the Eagles
Play 60 campaign. This initiative promotes physical fitness to help
combat the youth obesity epidemic by encouraging kids to be ac-
tive for at least 60 minutes a day. In 2009 DeSean participated in
the Take A Player to School program where he led students in an
ultimate gym class. "Out of the whole 24 hours in a day, you've
got to find one hour to just get up and walk around the block, play
with your friends and be active.”
DeSEAN JACKSON
Yards Date Opponent Rec. TDs
178 12/13/09 at NYG (W) 6 1
149 9/27/09 vs. KC (W) 6 1
140 12/20/09 vs. SF (W) 6 1
110 9/15/08 at Dal (L) 6 0
107 11/22/09 at Chi. (W) 8 1
106 9/7/08 vs. StL (W) 6 0
101 9/20/09 vs. NO (L) 4 1
100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES (6) ◦ 4-2 RECORD
Of Jackson’s 17 career touchdowns, 12 have covered 35
yards or more. Below is a a chronological breakdown:
Date Opp. Touchdown
10/5/08 vs. Was 68-yd. punt return
1/18/09 at Arz 62-yd.pass from McNabb (NFC-CG)
9/13/09 at Car 85-yd. punt return
9/20/09 vs. NO 71-yd. pass from Kolb
9/27/09 vs. KC 64-yd. pass from Kolb
10/26/09 at Was 67-yd. run
10/26/09 at Was 57-yd. pass from McNabb
11/1/09 vs. NYG 54-yd. pass from McNabb
11/22/09 at Chi. 48-yd. pass from McNabb
11/29/09 vs. Was. 35-yd. pass from McNabb
12/13/09 at NYG 72-yd. punt return
12/13/09 at NYG 60-yd. pass from McNabb
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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. 14/14 60 1120 18.7 71T 9 10 131 13.1 67T 1 27 15 432 16.0 85T 2
TOTALS: 30/29 122 2032 16.7 71T 11 27 227 8.4 67T 2 77 31 872 11.3 85T 3
PLAYOFFS
2008 Phil. 3/3 11 207 18.8 62T 1 1 2 2.0 2 0 7 2 122 17.4 62 0
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
FUMBLES/LOST: (7/3) - 2008 (4/2), 2009 (3/1)
PASSING: 2008 (1-0-0-1-0TDs)
KICKOFF RETURNS: 2-12-12lg; 1-0-0lg vs. TB 10/11/09, 1-12-12lg vs. Pit. 9/21/08
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RECEIVING RUSHING PUNT RETURNS
Date Opp W/L GP/GS No Yds Avg Lg TD Att Yds Avg Lg TD No FC Yds Avg Lg TD TYS
Sep 13 at Car W 1/1 2 9 4.5 6 0 2 33 16.5 25 0 2 0 106 53.0 85T 1 42
Sep 20 NO L 1/1 4 101 18.3 71T 1 3 15 5.0 6 0 2 1 5 2.5 4 0 116
Sep 27 KC W 1/1 6 149 24.8 64T 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 3 0 0.0 0 0 149
Oct 11 TB W 1/1 1 1 1.0 1 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 1 1 4 4.0 4 0 1
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/1 6 94 15.7 51 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 4 1 43 10.8 14 0 94
Oct 26 at Was W 1/1 2 69 34.5 57T 1 1 67 67.0 67T 1 3 0 31 10.3 29 0 136
Nov 1 NYG W 1/1 3 78 26.0 54T 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 0 30 30.0 30 0 78
Nov 8 Dal L 1/1 2 29 14.5 20 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 2 9 9.0 9 0 29
Nov 15 at SD L 1/1 8 91 11.4 22 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 3 0 13 4.3 7 0 91
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/1 8 107 13.4 48T 1 1 10 10.0 10 0 2 2 56 28.0 53 0 117
Nov 29 Was W 1/1 2 41 20.5 35T 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 1 29 29.0 29 0 41
Dec 6 at Atl INACTIVE/CONCUSSION
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/1 6 178 29.7 60T 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 2 1 83 41.5 72T 1 178
Dec 20 SF W 1/1 6 140 23.3 59 1 1 9 9.0 9 0 1 1 6 6.0 6 0 149
Dec 27 Den W 1/1 4 33 8.3 11 1 1 -3 -3.0 -3 0 3 2 17 5.7 10 0 30
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 14/14 60 1120 18.7 71T 9 10 131 13.1 67T 1 27 15 432 16.0 85T 2 1251
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Recepts 8 (2x - 11/22/09 at Chi.)
Yards 178 (12/13/09 at NYG)
Long 71T (9/20/09 vs. NO)
TDs 1 (11x - 12/27/09 vs. Den.)
Rush atts. 3 (2x - 9/30/09 vs. NO)
Yards 67 (10/26/09 at Was)
Long 67T (10/26/09 at Was)
TDs 1 (2x - 10/26/09 at Was)
Punt returns 8 (9/7/08 vs. StL)
Yards 109 (1/4/09 at Min., NFC-WC)
106 (9/13/09 at Car.)
Long 85T (9/13/09 at Car.)
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6-4, 330
Delaware State
6th year
Born 5/8/80 in Miami, FL
Miami Senior HS, Miami, FL
Acquired - Rookie FA in 2003
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A rookie free agent signing from Delaware State in 2003, Jamaal
Jackson utilized his big frame and a strong work ethic to earn a
starting role in the middle of the Eagles offensive line in 2005. He
was thrust into the starting lineup for an injured Hank Fraley and
started 71 consecutive games before suffering a season-ending torn
ACL on 12/27/09 vs. Denver.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Was named to Peter King’s (Sports Illustrated) All-Pro team fol-
lowing the 2006 season
INJURY REPORT
• Suffered a torn ACL vs. Den. (12/27/09) and will be sidelined for
the remainder of the year
BIRDSEED
• Made an impressive climb
from Division I-AA Delaware
State to a being a starter in the
NFL. “Being in the NFL this
long, you realize the guy from
the bigger school is giong to
get the better shot,” said Jack-
son.”But I’m proud to be from
Delaware State. It made me
the hard worker I am today.” ...
At Delaware State, Jackson’s
teams made just one airplane
trip per season (to either Florida A&M or Bethune Cookman) as
they traveled by bus with the longest trip being 13 hours to South
Carolina State.
• With his mother, Sadie Smith, unable to work because of severe
diabetes, Jackson took jobs as a supermarket clerk and in a
recreation center to help support his family in high school. "I got
first-hand experience paying bills at the age of 17." Jackson is in
the process of forming his own foundation for diabetes, and hopes
to get it off the ground soon. "There's not enough people who are
aware of the severity of this disease. It's a serious disease. It was
bad for my mother. At one point, she weighed 60 pounds. She
couldn't work. That was rough on all of us." ... Jamaal bought his
mom a house in Miami in the 2007 offseason
Center of attention: Said Jackson of playing center: “It’s the
quarterback of the o-line. The center has to be one of the
smartest guys on the field.” However, Jackson wants to rein-
vent the center position as more than just the brains of the op-
eration. Weighing in at 330 pounds, he prides himself as being
the biggest center in the NFL. “I'm trying to bring a new di-
mension to the position, because I'm just as big as most
guards.”
Favorite O-lineman: Jermane Mayberry. “I really admire his
character, his demeanor, and the way he carries himself. He is
so soft spoken, but is real tough on the field. By talking to him
you would never know he plays professional football.”
“Jack” of all trades: Started 45 consecutive games at Delaware
State, seeing action at all five O-line positions. Also was a back-
up long snapper and played d-line in goal line situations.
IN THE TRENCHES
YEAR TEAM GP/GS
2003 Phil 0/0
2004 Phil 0/0
2005 Phil 8/8
2006 Phil 16/16
2007 Phil 16/16
2008 Phil 16/16
2009 Phil 15/15
Totals 71/71
Playoffs
YEAR TEAM GP/GS
2003 Phil 0/0
2004 Phil 0/0
2006 Phil 2/2
2008 Phil 3/3
Totals 5/5
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Year Atts. Sacks Ratio
2008 606 23 27.3
1981 476 22 22.6
2006 544 28 20.4
1970 410 23 18.8
1969 458 29 16.8
PASS PLAYS PER SACK AL-
LOWED IN EAGLES HISTORY
MILESTONES: First NFL game and start at Dal. (11/14/05)
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATS
Honors his late brother, Kama,
who was tragically killed in a car
accident in Miami early in the
2008 season, by writing “RIP KJ”
underneath the hand towel he
wears during each game. Ja-
maal has saved all of those tow-
els in his locker at the NovaCare
Complex. Said Jamaal, “I think
about him all the time and pray
for and support his kids and my
sister-in-law, Quady.”
BROTHERLY LOVE
SO
6-3, 358
Georgia
4th year
Born 11/19/83 in Miami, FL
N.Miami Beach HS, Miami, FL
Acquired - D4a-06 (99th overall)
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A burly guard with good athletic ability, Max Jean-Gilles (pro-
nounced gene-GILL-iss) is a monstrous force on the offensive line.
Originally a fourth-round draft choice of the Eagles in 2006, Jean-
Gilles has been impressive when given the opportunity both as a
starter and reserve guard since 2008.
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Started at RG in games 2-5
BIRDSEED
• Attributes his football success to the intense coaches he has had.
Likens his high school coach, Jeff Brittani, to Jon Gruden for his
"angry" temperament. "I couldn't deal with a quiet coach. Brit-
tani, [Georgia head coach] Mark Richt, and now Juan Castillo are
all in-your-face type of guys. You wouldn't know it to talk to him,
but Juan is a fierce coach. That's why he's one of the best."
• Goes back to train at his high
school in Miami in the offsea-
son. "The reason is that I hon-
estly think that high school
football was harder than col-
lege. Every day at practice, you
run for miles, then you prac-
tice, and then you run again.
They break you down before
they build you back up."
• His greatest hobby is his love
for music. He was forced to
buy a larger iPod after com-
pletely filling his 60 GB iPod. He enjoys all kinds of music, but pre-
dominantly listens to Hip Hop and R&B. Some of his favorite
artists are: T.I., Young Jeezy, Lil Wayne, and Trick Daddy. "I had to
get a bigger iPod just to fit all my music on there. I love all kinds
of music and I am a big fan of up-and-coming artists from the
south. I'd really like to learn to play the guitar, too."
INJURY REPORT
• Was rendered inactive at Was. (10/26/09) and vs. NYG (11/1/09)
with a shoulder injury
The O-lineman he admires most: C Nick Jones (Seattle Sea-
hawks) - “Nick and I played side-by-side at Georgia. If I had a
tough day he would pick me up and I would do the same for
him. We competed all the time and made each other so much
better.”
What he loves most about being an O-lineman: “I love to be able
to push people around. If I have a bad day, I get paid to take it
out on somebody.”
IN THE TRENCHES
YEAR TEAM GP/GS
2006 Phil 0/0
2007 Phil 4/1
2008 Phil 12/10
2009 Phil 12/4
Totals 28/15
Playoffs
YEAR TEAM GP/GS
2006 Phil 0/0
Totals 0/0
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MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. Det. 9/23/07, First start at
NO 12/23/07
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATS
He is currently working to found
a charity in his hometown of
Miami, FL, called "62 Ways To
Success" after his uniform num-
ber. The program will focus on
helping the kids at his alma
mater of N. Miami Beach HS,
and maybe, one day, expand to
other schools. "I want to uplift
the school and help out in any
way I can."
62 WAYS TO SUCCESS
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Georgia
6th year
Born 3/2/1982 in Atlanta, GA
Westlake HS, Fulton County, GA
Acquired - FA (CLE) 2009
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A big hitter and a ballhawk at the safety position, Sean Jones signed
a one-year deal with the Eagles after spending his first five seasons
with the Cleveland Browns. A second-round draft pick of the Browns
in 2004, Jones has notched 16 interceptions since 2006.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Ranks t-4th among all NFL safeties
since 2006 with 16 INTs, behind Ed
Reed (24), Oshiomogho Atogwe (18)
and Darren Sharper (18)
• Is one of just four NFL players to
have at least four INTs in each of the
last three seasons from 2006-08 (Ed
Reed, Asante Samuel, Charles
Woodson)
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Ranks 2nd on the team with 19 special teams tackles and ranks
fifth in special teams production points (218). Also ranks fourth
in total tackles (69)
• Recovered an Eli Manning fumble at NYG (12/13). Also led the
team with 14 tackles
• Intercepted Falcons QB Chris Redman at Atl. (12/6)
• Picked off Bears QB Jay Cutler for his first interception as an Ea-
gles at Chi. (11/22)
• Recorded a sack of Cowboys QB Tony Romo vs. Dal (11/8)
• Notched his first start as an Eagle vs. NYG (11/1) and tallied a sea-
son-high 12 tackles
• Recovered a special teams fumble off a muffed punt by Antwaan
Randle El at Was. (10/26), which led to a David Akers field goal
BIRDSEED
• Would like to get into construction when his playing days are over.
His brothers Gary and Darren work in construction for RGI. “I’ve
always liked the work. It’s hands-on, you’re outside, and there is
so much that goes into the building and planning of everything. I
love the idea that you could be looking at something that you
helped build, when there was nothing there before you worked on
it. It’s amazing.” Player INTs
Ed Reed 24
Oshiomogho Atogwe 18
Darren Sharper 18
Sean Jones 16
Nick Collins 16
INT LEADERS SINCE 2006
NFL SAFETIES
TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT
2004 Cle. 0/0 Injured Reserve/Knee
2005 Cle. 16/0 4 2 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20
2006 Cle. 16/16 108 57 51 0.5 5 5 46 19 0 7 0 1 0 1
2007 Cle. 16/16 105 49 56 0.5 4 5 37 26 0 3 2 0 0 0
2008 Cle. 12/12 83 39 44 0.0 0 4 27 20 0 1 1 0 0 0
2009 Phil. 14/9 69 44 25 1.0 4 2 37 37 0 3 0 1 0 19
TOTALS 74/53 369 191 178 2.0 13 16 147 37 0 14 3 2 0 40
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS:
BLOCKED PAT: 1 vs. TB 12/24/06
SPECIAL TEAMS FUMBLE RECOVERIES: 1 at Was. (10/26/09)
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Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car INACTIVE
Sep 20 NO L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/0 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/0 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/0 5 1 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/1 8 4 12 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/1 4 3 7 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/1 4 2 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/1 2 0 2 0.0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/1 6 4 10 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/1 4 2 6 0.0 0 1 37 37 0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/1 7 7 14 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Dec 20 SF W 1/1 2 2 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 14/9 44 25 69 1.0 2 2 37 37 3 0 1
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Tackles 16 (10/19/08 at Was.)
INTs 2 (10/29/06 vs. NYJ)
INT Lg 26 (11/4/07 vs. Sea.)
Sacks 0.5 (2x - 12/9/07 at NYJ)
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6-1, 230
James Madison
3rd year
Born 8/17/85 in Harrisonburg, VA
Harrisonburg HS, Harrisonburg, VA
Acquired - Rookie FA (2007)
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A speedy, playmaking linebacker, Akeem Jordan quickly progressed
from the practice squad in 2007 to the starting WILL linebacker mid-
way through the 2008 season. Originally an undrafted free agent out
of Division I-AA James Madison in 2007, Jordan is an instinctive
player with great range and a knack for special teams.
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Ranks third on the team with a career-high 78 tackles despite
playing in just 11 games
• Has notched two interceptions, becoming the first Eagles line-
backer to record two picks in the same season since Ike Reese in
2004
• Snagged an interception off Saints QB Drew Brees vs. NO (9/20),
becoming the first Eagle linebacker with interceptions in consec-
utive games in 14 years, since William Thomas in 1995.
• Notched his first-career sack and his first-career interception (QB
Jake Delhomme) in the same game at Car. (9/13)
BIRDSEED
• Played four years at division I-AA James Madison University,
where he won a National Championship
in 2004. "There are a lot of great players
that came out of division I-AA, and I'm
glad I got the chance to make it to the
NFL," said Jordan. "It's something that
motivates me every day. I'm constantly
trying to prove that I'm able to play at this
level."
• In 2007, Jordan became the first player
from JMU to start in a NFL game since
WR Macey Brooks started three games
for the Bears in 2000. He also became
one of five former Dukes to start in the NFL (Brooks, WR Gary
Clark, DE Charles Haley, TE Ed Perry)
INJURY REPORT
• Was rendered inactive games 9-12 with a knee injury
• Suffered a hyper-extended knee vs. Dal (11/8/09)
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 19
2008 Phil. 16/6 52 40 12 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 21
2009 Phil. 11/9 78 44 34 1.0 6 2 14 11 0 6 0 0 0 15
TOTALS 36/16 150 99 51 1.0 6 2 14 11 0 8 0 1 0 55
PLAYOFFS
2008 Phil. 3/3 21 12 9 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car W 1/1 3 3 6 1.0 0 1 11 11 0 0 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/1 7 4 11 0.0 0 1 3 3 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/1 4 6 10 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/1 2 4 6 0.0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/1 3 5 8 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/1 5 1 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/1 6 4 10 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/1 7 0 7 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Nov 15 at SD INACTIVE/KNEE
Nov 22 at Chi INACTIVE/KNEE
Nov 29 Was INACTIVE/KNEE
Dec 6 at Atl INACTIVE/KNEE
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/0 1 1 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/1 1 3 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/0 5 3 8 0.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 11/9 44 34 78 1.0 2 2 14 11 6 0 0
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Tackles 14 (12/30/07 vs. Buf.)
Sacks 1.0 (9/13/09 at Car.)
INTs 1 (2x - 9/20/09 vs NO)
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USC
4th year
Born 9/14/84 in Long Beach, CA
Long Beach Poly HS, Long Beach, CA
Acquired - D2-06 (39th overall)
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A second-round draft choice of the Eagles in 2006, Winston Justice
has developed into one of the most productive performers on the
Eagles offensive line and has helped the Eagles post one of the high-
est point totals in the league in 2009. A native of Long Beach, Jus-
tice earned the team’s starting right tackle job this summer with an
impressive preseason performance and inked a four-year contract
extension on 11/24/09 that will keep him in Philadelphia through
2013.
BIRDSEED
• Took up surfing during the 2008 off-
season and has since continued to
teach himself and improve. "I'd done
it here and there growing up in Cali-
fornia, but I really got into it in Costa
Rica. Just the thrill of catching a
wave, you can't describe it...Right now I’m using a long board be-
cause it’s easier for me to balance, but I might graduate to a
shorter board at some point.”
• Considering himself a very spontaneous person, Winston signed
up for a two-week mission to Uganda following the 2006 season.
"These areas were so poor. They didn't have running water, elec-
tricity or any modern luxuries. We slept on the floor of their
church and we ate what they ate. Mostly it was something they
called mooshoo, some kind of corn meal mix we ate with our
hands. If we were lucky, someone would catch a fish, but that
wasn't very good either."
He was amazed that everybody there knew at least a little English,
so communicating was not very tough. Most days, he and his
friends would simply play with the kids and he even taught them
to play football.
"They kept just wanting to kick the football I brought because they
thought what I was teaching them was more like soccer. It would
be great to go back there and teach them everything about foot-
ball."
• During the 2009 offseason, was enrolled in an exclusive NFL Busi-
ness Management and Entrepreneurial workshop at Wharton,
where he took a crash course in all different areas of business.
“It was really valuable to hear from experts and be able to ask
them questions.” Teammate Victor Abiamiri was also enrolled in
the class
MILESTONES: First NFL game at GB 9/9/07, Start at NYG 9/30/07
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATS
Favorite NFL offensive lineman: Tony Boselli, “He was a USC
guy too. He was so aggressive and such a technician. Every of-
fensive lineman that goes to SC wants to be him. He gave me
one great piece of advice, 'Always set square and don't turn
your shoulders.'
What he enjoys about being an offensive lineman: “I love work-
ing hard and that's the reputation that O-linemen have. I also
like the competition every single play.”
Winston's words to live by: “Be who you are! For a while I was
very selfish and then I decided it was time for me to change my
attitude. Becoming a better person was important to me and
service work has helped a lot. Everybody has the ability to help
others inside of them.”
IN THE TRENCHES
YEAR TEAM GP/GS
2006 Phil 0/0
2007 Phil 7/1
2008 Phil 5/0
2009 Phil 15/15
Totals 27/16
Playoffs
YEAR TEAM GP/GS
2006 Phil 0/0
2008 Phil 3/0
Totals 3/0
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for the Daily News to pro-
vide his insights into the
team. His columns appear
Wednesdays
JUSTICE ON PAPER
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6-3, 218
Houston
3rd year
Born 8/24/84 in Victoria, TX
Stephenville HS, Stephenville, TX
Acquired - D2a-07 [36th overall]
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A second-round choice and the Eagles first overall selection in 2007,
Kevin Kolb (pronounced COBB) has spent his first three-plus sea-
sons learning the offense behind veteran quarterback Donovan Mc-
Nabb.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Became the first quarterback in NFL history to pass for 300 yards
in his first two NFL starts. Threw for 327 yards vs. KC (9/27/09)
and 391 yards vs. NO (9/20/09)
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors for his per-
formance vs. KC (9/27) after completing 24 of 34 passes for 327
yards and two touchdowns for a 120.6 QB rating, and notching his
first-career rushing touchdown on a QB sneak. His 64-yard touch-
down pass to DeSean Jackson marked the duo’s second-straight
game with a 60-plus-yard touchdown, becoming the first Eagles
tandem to do so since Ron Jaworski and Mike Quick did it in con-
secutive games in 1985
• Completed 31 of 51
passes for 391
yards and two
touchdowns in his
first-career start vs.
NO (9/20). His 391 yards was the 12th-highest total in team history
and the most by an Eagle since Donovan McNabb threw for 464 on
12/4/04 vs. Green Bay. It was also the highest yardage total ever
for an Eagles quarterback in his first NFL start
BIRDSEED
• Recently began competing in fishing tournaments in North Texas
in the 2009 offseason and actually won a bass fishing competition
with his wife, Whitney, in Hubbard Creek Lake. “I’ve always loved
fishing and this is something that really just keeps my competitive
drive going in the offseason.” Kevin’s boat is sponsored by Skeeter
and Shimano
The following statistics reflect only games that Kolb played on offense
PASSING RUSHING Total
Date Opp W/L GP/GS Att Cmp Pct Yds TD Int Lg Sack/Yds Rat Att Yds Avg Lg TD Net Yds Pct. Offense
Sep 13 at Car W 1/0 11 7 63.6 23 0 0 6 2/20 67.6 3 4 1.3 5 0 7 2.6
Sep 20 NO L 1/1 51 31 61.1 391 2 3 71T 1/7 73.2 1 -6 -6.0 0 0 378 81.6
Sep 27 KC W 1/1 34 24 70.6 327 2 0 64T 0/0 120.6 1 1 1.0 1 1 328 78.1
Oct 11 TB W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
Totals 5/2 96 62 64.6 741 4 3 71T 3/27 88.9 5 -1 -0.2 5 1 713 62.0
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PASSING RUSHING
Year Team GP/GS Att Cmp Pct Yds Yd/At TD Int Lg Sk/Yd Rat Att Yds Avg Lg TD
2007 Phil. 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 2/13 0.0 3 -2 -0.7 0 0
2008 Phil. 6/0 34 17 50.0 144 4.2 0 4 16 0/0 21.8 13 2 0.2 8 0
2009 Phil. 5/2 96 62 64.6 741 7.7 4 3 71T 3/27 88.9 5 -1 -0.2 5 1
TOTALS 12/2 130 79 60.8 885 6.8 4 7 71T 5/40 68.9 20 -2 -0.1 8 0
Career record as a starter: (1-1; .500) - 2009 (1-1)
PLAYOFFS
2008 Phil. 0/0 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0/0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
FUMBLES/LOST: (2/2) - 2007 (1/1), 2009 (1/1)
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Atts. 51 (9/20/09 vs. NO)
Cmps. 31 (9/20/09 vs. NO)
Yds. 391 (9/20/09 vs. NO)
LG 71T (9/20/09 vs. NO)
TDs 2 (2x - 9/27/09 vs. KC)
Comp.% 70.6 (9/27/09 vs. KC)
QB Rat 120.6 (9/27/09 vs. KC)
*-min. 10 atts.
Rush Atts. 3 (5x - 9/13/09 at Car.)
Yds. 12 (11/23/08 at Bal.)
LG 8 (11/23/08 at Bal.)
TDs 1 (9/27/09 vs. KC)
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quarterback in NFL history to
throw for 300-plus yards in his
first two starts.
VP
6-1, 304
Notre Dame
2nd year
Born 6/14/85 in Dayton, OH
Apple Valley HS, Apple Valley, MN
Acquired - D2a-08 [47th overall]
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The Eagles first overall selection in 2008, Trevor Laws adds depth
and energy to the Eagles defensive tackle rotation. In 2007, Laws
led Notre Dame with career highs in sacks (4.0) and tackles (112),
the most by a defensive lineman in the major college ranks.
BIRDSEED
• Enjoys cooking and eating good food. Says he watches The Food
Network and Chef Bobby Flay for new recipes to try out. “I’m a big
Food Network guy. Bobby Flay is my man. I try to be like him and
pick up as much as I can, but it’s tough sometimes. You don’t get
this big without liking food a little bit.”
• Was a roommate of Eagles DE Victor Abiamiri for two years at
Notre Dame. "We definitely have a camaraderie from playing next
to each other and living together at Notre Dame.
• Finished 49-0 as a state champion super-heavyweight wrestler
as a junior and was ranked the #1 high school wrestler in the na-
tion. Finished his wrestling career as a three-time All-American
with a record of 142-5, and helped his team win the state title in
his sophomore, junior and senior seasons. Also served as the
team captain in his senior year. "Being a wrestler has definitely
helped my football career, in terms of improving my leverage, bal-
ance, and hand quickness."
TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds
2008 Phil. 16/0 16 10 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
2009 Phil. 11/0 12 6 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
TOTALS: 27/0 28 16 12 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
PLAYOFFS
2008 Phil. 3/0 4 1 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car W 1/0 1 2 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 11 TB INACTIVE
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/0 2 1 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/0 1 1 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/0 0 1 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/0 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/0 1 1 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG INACTIVE
Dec 20 SF INACTIVE
Dec 27 Den INACTIVE
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 11/0 6 6 12 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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Tackles 3 (3x - 10/18/09 at Oak.)
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6-0, 198
Missouri
Rookie
Born 5/11/1988 in Chesterfield, MO
Kirkwood HS, Kirkwood, MO
Acquired - D1-09 [19th overall]
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A versatile and explosive wide receiver, Jeremy Maclin (pronounced
MACK-lin) has earned valuable time on the field and has established
himself as an offensive threat in his rookie campaign. The Eagles
first-round pick in 2009, Maclin scored 33 total touchdowns and
amassed 5,609 all-purpose yards in his two-year career at Missouri.
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Ranks 2nd among NFL
rookies in receptions
(52), 3rd in receiving
yards (715), and 5th in
touchdowns (4)
• Has posted 52 catches
for 715 yards on the
season. He currently ranks fifth in both categories among Eagles
rookies all time
• Had at least four catches and 60 yards in four straight games (11/5
at SD thru 12/6 at Atl.) and registered a career-long 56 yard catch
at Atl. (12/6)
• Hauled in a highlight-film 27-yard catch from Donovan McNabb
to set up the game-winning field goal vs. Den. (12/27). Also led
the team in receptions (6) and yards (92)
• Tied a career high with six receptions for 64 yards at Chi.
(11/22/09)
• Caught a 5-yard touchdown pass from QB Donovan McNabb at SD
(11/15)
• Caught a 23-yard
pass for a touch-
down from QB
Donovan McNabb
vs. NYG (11/1)
• Led the team with six catches for 142 yards and two touchdowns
vs. TB (10/11), and became the first Eagles rookie with two 40-
plus-yard touchdown catches in a game (51, 40). His 142 yards
was a career high and the third-highest total ever for an Eagles
rookie behind Don Looney (180 on 12/1/40 at Was.) and Hank Bas-
kett (177 on 12/31/06 vs. Atl.)
• Notched his first NFL start and reception vs. NO (9/20)
• Played in his first NFL game at Car. (9/13)
BIRDSEED
• After a rough childhood in which he was abandoned by his father,
Maclin was primarily raised by Jeff Parres and his wife, Cindy. Jeff
is a urologist and was Maclin’s little league football coach when he
was nine years old. Maclin spent a lot of time with the Parres fam-
ily growing up and by the time he was a sophomore in high school,
he was living with them full-time. Jeremy also remains close with
his biological mother, and his two older brothers, Roshon and
Andre.
“There are a lot of people in my life who have influenced me to get
to this point,” he said. “Obviously, the family I live with. They def-
initely played a big part in why I’m here. I learned a lot of things
from my real family, too. Obviously the one above is the real rea-
son why I’m here in the first place. All those people prepared me.”
• Attended a Phillies game as the guest of slugger Ryan Howard, a
fellow Missouri native. “It was cool to be able to meet him. We
both grew up in the same area. I never got a chance to play against
him or anything like that because he’s a little bit older, but it was-
cool to meet him.”
INJURY REPORT
• Was rendered inactive vs. SF (12/20/09) with a foot injury
• Suffered a foot injury in the 1st quarter at NYG (12/13/09) and was
sidelined for the remainder of the game
Recepts 6 (4x - 12/27/09 vs. Den.)
Yards 142 (10/11/09 vs. TB)
Long 56 (12/6/09 at Atl.)
TDs 2 (10/11/09 vs. TB)
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Date Opp. W/L P/S No Yds Avg Lg TD
Sep 13 at Car W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/1 2 12 6.0 6 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/1 4 33 8.3 11 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/1 6 142 23.7 51T 2
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/1 1 6 6.0 6 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/1 5 53 10.6 20 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/1 4 47 11.8 23T 1
Nov 8 Dal L 1/1 3 44 14.7 15 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/1 6 76 12.7 28 1
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/1 6 64 10.7 16 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/1 5 63 12.6 35 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/0 4 83 20.8 56 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/1 0 0 0.0 0 0
Dec 20 SF INACTIVE/FOOT
Dec 27 Den W 1/1 6 92 15.3 27 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 14/12 52 715 13.6 56 4
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Year Team GP/GS No Yds Avg Lg TD
2009 Phil. 14/12 52 715 13.6 56 4
TOTALS 14/12 52 715 13.6 56 4
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
KICKOFF RETURNS: 2009 - (6 - 107 - 28lg)
PUNT RETURNS: 2009 - (6 - (30) - (27lg)
RUSHING: 2009 - (2 - (-7) - (-1lg)
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Yards Date Opponent Rec. TDs
142 10/11/09 vs. TB (W) 6 2
100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES (1) ◦ 1-0 RECORD
Maclin became the first Eagles
rookie to ever post two 40+ yard
TD receptions in the same game
(51 & 40 yards vs. TB on 10/11/09)
Player Rec Yds TDs
Austin Collie (Ind.) 59 661 7
Percy Harvin (Min.) 53 731 6
Jeremy Maclin 52 715 4
Hakeem Nicks (NYG) 46 795 6
Michael Crabtree (SF) 45 567 2
Johnny Knox (Chi.) 45 527 5
2009 TOP ROOKIE RECEIVERS
Player Rec.
Keith Jackson (TE), 1988 81
DeSean Jackson, 2008 62
Don Looney (E), 1940 58
Charle Young (TE), 1973 55
Jeremy Maclin, 2009 52
Player Yds.
DeSean Jackson, 2008 912
Keith Jackson (TE), 1988 869
Charle Young (TE), 1973 854
Fred Barnett, 1990 721
Jeremy Maclin, 2009 715
EAGLES ROOKIES ALL-TIME, RECEIVING
RN
5-11, 246
North Dakota St.
2nd year
Born 7/6/85 in Chicago, IL
Hyde Park HS, Chicago, IL
Acquired - D6b-08 [200th overall]
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A sixth-round selection out of North Dakota State in 2008, the hard-
hitting Joe Mays has received valuable playing time on special
teams coverage units while also contributing as part of the rotation
at middle linebacker.
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Led the team with four special teams tackles vs. Den. (12/27)
• Forced a fumble on kickoff coverage at NYG (12/3), the first of his
career
• Amassed a career-high four tackles at Atl. (12/6), adding four spe-
cial teams tackles
• Made his first career start vs. Was. (11/29)
• Compiled a career-high five special teams tackles at SD (11/15)
BIRDSEED
• Was drafted by the Eagles, graduated from ND State, and found
out he was having a son all in the same week. "The Eagles are my
favorite team too. It was a very good week." He heard he was hav-
ing a son the day he reported to Eagles mini-camp and said, "He's
going to be a football player. He'll hit before he can walk."
PERSONAL
• He and wife, LaToyia, live in New Jersey with their son, Jai (pro-
nounced Jay) Javon Mays and daughter, Joi (pronounced Joy)
• Is the son of Renice Mays and Charles Williams. Also has three
sisters and two brothers
• His favorite music is rap and R&B, but he says "Going to school in
Fargo, you can't help but listen to country. Even while you lift in the
weight room the country music is blaring."
• His favorite player is Donovan McNabb as they share the same
birthplace, Chicago, IL
• Wants to get into coaching when his playing days are over. "Being
around the coaches that I had, made me want to turn around and
teach others."
• A first-team all-city selection as a senior
at Hyde Park HS, recorded 115 tackles, 16
sacks and two INTs. Also earned first-
team all-conference honors in his junior
and senior years, despite never playing
football before his junior year
• Enjoys playing spades with fellow line-
backer Akeem Jordan
• Lists his favorite movie as Shooter
• Plays video games in his free time. “If I
had to pick a favorite old school game, I
would say Streets of Rage, but new school
I would say Killzone for PS3.”
• Earned a degree physical education
• Full name: Joseph Lamont Mays
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS
• An All-America selection as a senior in 2007, led Division I-AA
North Dakota State with a career-high 90 tackles, nine TFLs and
2.5 sacks, en route to being named the Great West Conference
Defensive Player of the Year
• A three-time first-team All-Great West selection, played in 43
games (31 starts) and recorded 285 tackles, a school-record 159
solo tackles, 29.5 TFLs, 11 sacks and three INTs in his collegiate
career
INJURY REPORT
• Was rendered inactive at Car. (9/13/09) and vs. NO (9/20/09) with
a shoulder sprain
TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT
2008 Phil. 2/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2009 Phil. 10/1 7 4 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17
TOTALS: 12/1 7 4 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17
PLAYOFFS
2008 Phil. 0/0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
SPECIAL TEAMS FORCED FUMBLES: 1 - 2009 (1)
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Date Opp. W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car INACTIVE/SHOULDER
Sep 20 NO INACTIVE/SHOULDER
Sep 27 KC W 1/0 0 1 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 11 TB INACTIVE
Oct 18 at Oak INACTIVE
Oct 26 at Was INACTIVE
Nov 1 NYG W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/0 1 1 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/0 3 1 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 10/1 4 3 7 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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Tackles 4 (12/6/09 at Atl.)
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5-10, 198
Pittsburgh
Rookie
Born 7/12/1988 in Harrisburg, PA
Bishop McDevitt, Harrisburg, PA
Acquired - D2-09 [53rd overall]
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A shifty running back with good vision and big-play ability, LeSean
McCoy serves as a valuable counterpart to Brian Westbrook. The
Eagles second-round draft choice in 2008, McCoy set the Eagles
rookie record in rushing yards and is quickly closing in on the record
for scrimmage yards.
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• His 633 rushing yards on the season is the highest total ever for
an Eagles rookie and his 936 yards from scrimmage ranks second
• Currently ranks 3rd among all NFL rookies in rushing yards (633)
and 2nd in yards from scrimmage (936)
• Scored his fourth rushing TD of the season on a 2-yard TD run vs.
SF (12/20), tying for the third-highest total ever by an Eagles
rookie, trailing Steve Van Buren (1944) and Don Johnson (1953),
who each had five in their rookie campaigns
• Eclipsed the 100-yard mark in total yards from scrimmage (76
rushing, 25 receiving) for the second time in his career vs. Was.
(11/29) and scored the game-tying two-point conversion in the
fourth quarter on a shovel pass from Donovan McNabb
• Set a career high with 99 yards on 20 attempts at Chi. (11/22). Also
scored the game-winning touchdown on a 10-yard run with 5:31
remaining in the 4th quarter
• Led the team in receptions (5), receiving yards (61) and rushing
yards (54) vs. Dal (11/8). Also, had a career high in scrimmage
yards (115)
• Had a career-long 66-yard touchdown run vs. NYG (11/1), the
longest run by an Eagles rookie since Herman Hunter’s 74-yard
touchdown run on 11/24/85 at Dal.
• Scored his first-career touchdown on a five-yard run in the first
quarter vs. KC (9/27), and finished the game with a career highs
in attempts (20) and rushing yards (184)
• Made his first NFL start vs. NO (9/20)
• Played in his first NFL game at Car. (9/13) and rushed for 46 yards
on nine attempts
BIRDSEED
• Nicknamed “Shady” by his mother. “My Mom said I was a shady
baby. One minute I’d be smiling, the next I’d be shy. She gave me
the nickname and it just kind of stuck.”
• Said Hall of Fame running back and fellow Pittsburgh alum Tony
Dorsett of McCoy after meeting him in April of 2008: “This is a
special young man. I watched him play and I have to say that since
leaving the University, we have had a lot of backs that have come
here and people have said, ‘This kid reminds me of Tony Dorsett.’
But, this is the first guy I have seen that reminds me of Tony
Dorsett.”
• Remains good friends with former Eagles RB Ricky Watters, as
the two both attended Bishop McDevitt HS in Harrisburg, PA
• Claims his older brother is his biggest role model. "My brother,
LeRon, just the way he handled himself. He set the bar high for
me. He played for the (Arizona) Cardinals (2005-06) and a couple
of other teams (San Francisco 49ers, 2007, and Houston Texans,
2008). He was not really recruited out of high school but he went
to a Division II school and made it out."
RUSHING RECEIVING
Date Opp. W/L P/S Att Yd Avg Lg TD No Yd Avg Lg TD TYS
Sep 13 at Car W 1/0 9 46 5.1 11 0 1 1 1.0 1 0 47
Sep 20 NO L 1/1 5 18 3.6 11 0 4 37 9.3 19 0 55
Sep 27 KC W 1/1 20 84 4.2 15 1 1 9 9.0 9 0 93
Oct 11 TB W 1/0 6 14 2.3 9 0 2 15 7.5 10 0 29
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/0 5 13 2.6 8 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 13
Oct 26 at Was W 1/0 14 37 2.6 11 0 5 30 6.0 15 0 67
Nov 1 NYG W 1/1 11 82 7.5 66T 1 2 10 5.0 16 0 92
Nov 8 Dal L 1/0 13 54 4.2 17 0 5 61 12.2 45 0 115
Nov 15 at SD L 1/0 3 5 1.7 5 0 3 18 6.0 8 0 23
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/0 20 99 5.0 17 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 99
Nov 29 Was W 1/0 17 76 4.5 19 0 4 25 6.3 8 0 101
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/0 6 2 0.3 4 0 3 24 8.0 14 0 26
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/1 10 28 2.8 11 0 4 26 6.5 10 0 54
Dec 20 SF W 1/0 9 48 5.3 8 1 3 8 2.7 11 0 56
Dec 27 Den W 1/0 6 27 4.5 11 0 1 39 39.0 39 0 66
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 15/4 154 633 4.1 66T 4 38 303 8.0 45 0 936
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RUSHING RECEIVING
Year Team GP/GS Att Yds Avg Lg TD No Yds Avg Lg TD
2009 Phil. 15/4 154 633 4.1 66T 4 38 303 8.0 45 0
Totals 15/4 154 633 4.1 66T 4 38 303 8.0 45 0
ADDITIONAL STATISTICS:
FUMBLES/LOST: (2/1) - 2009
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Rush yds 99 (11/22/09 at Chi.)
Rush Lg 66T (11/1/09 vs. NYG)
TDs 1 (4x - 12/20/09 vs. SF)
Recepts 5 (2x - 11/8/09 vs. Dal.)
Rec. yds 61 (11/8/09 vs. Dal.)
Rec. Lg 45 (11/8/09 vs. Dal.)
Touches 21 (2x - 11/29/09 vs. Was.)
Scrim yds 115 (11/8/09 vs. Dal.)
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RUSHING YARDS
Player Yds.
Knowshon Moreno (Den.) 897
Beanie Wells (Arz.) 774
LeSean McCoy 633
Shonn Greene (NYJ) 478
Bernard Scott (Cin.) 301
SCRIMMAGE YARDS
Player Yds.
Knowshon Moreno (Den.) 1062
LeSean McCoy 936
Beanie Wells (Arz.) 917
Percy Harvin (Min.) 844
Hakeem Nicks (NYG) 803
2009 TOP NFL ROOKIES
RUSHING YARDS
Player Yds.
LeSean McCoy, 2009 633
Correll Buckhalter, 2001 586
Keith Byars (FB), 1986 577
Po James (FB), 1972 565
Mike Hogan (FB), 1976 561
SCRIMMAGE YARDS
Players Yds.
D. Jackson (WR), 2008 1,008
LeSean McCoy (RB), 2009 936
Charle Young (TE), 1973 878
Keith Jackson (TE), 1988 869
Billy Barnes (RB), 1957 741
EAGLES ROOKIES ALL-TIME
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6-4, 315
Pittsburgh
2nd year
Born 3/8/85 in Austintown, OH
Austintown Fitch HS, Austintown, OH
Acquired - D4a-08 [109th overall]
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A fourth-round draft pick of the Eagles in 2008, Mike McGlynn pro-
vides quality depth on the offensive line. A three-time All-Big East
honoree, McGlynn appeared in 47 games during his collegiate ca-
reer, notching a streak of 43 consecutive starts.
BIRDSEED
• Grew up in Youngstown, a small city in Ohio, where he returns
every offseason to visit his high school and talk to the students
there. “I’ll go work out with the football team, take batting prac-
tice with the baseball team, talk to the students there. I just like
to be able to have an impact in any way possible.”
• Has become very involved in charity work over the last couple of
years, including various animal charities and the American Can-
cer Society, among many others. “Where I come from, there is a
lot of poverty and it’s a working-class area. I’m very fortunate to
be in a situation where I can give back in so many different ways.
It’s hard for me to say no to any opportunity to do charity work.”
PERSONAL
• Resides in Youngstown, OH and Philadelphia
• His wife, Megan, earned her master’s degree in speech pathol-
ogy and works with autistic children through Easter Seals
• His parents are Terry and Michael McGlynn. Has a brother, Mark
and a sister, Megan
• Was a three-year letterman at offensive tackle and defensive end
at Fitch HS, earning Super Prep All-Midwest and Prep Star All-
Region honors as a senior
• Also lettered twice in baseball and earned All-Steel Valley acco-
lades as a senior
• Enjoys fishing and playing golf in his free time
• His favorite TV shows are MacGyver and 24, and his favorite actor
is Vince Vaughn
• Majored in administration of justice. He plans to earn his masters
degree and become the athletic director at the high school level
• Full name: Michael Ryan McGlynn
INJURY HISTORY
• Was placed on the Injured Reserve list with a torn hamstring suf-
fered at Min. (1/4/09)
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS
• Earned third-team All-America and first-team All-Big East hon-
ors after shifting from tackle to right guard as a senior in 2007
• That year Pittsburgh amassed 981 rushing yards on 150 carries
(6.3 average) and 15 touchdowns when running to McGlynn's side
of the field
• A three-time All-Big East honoree, appeared in 47 games and
notched a streak of 43 consecutive starts since emerging as the
team's starting left tackle in 2004
• After spending the 2003 season on the scout team, went on to
earn second-team All-Big East Freshman accolades the following
year
• Was also a two-time recipient of the Ed Conway award in 2004 and
2005, which is given annually to the team's most improved player
MILESTONES: First NFL Game vs. Cle. 12/15/08
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATS
His definition of an O-lineman: “You have to be tough, you have
to bring your lunch pale to work with you every day. You are kind
of like a construction worker or a steel worker - you have to do
all the dirty work and just get it done. When I play the game, I
want to be the guy who, when you go against me, you know
you’re going to get my best on every play.”
Favorite O-lineman: “When I grew up, I didn’t really like to view
myself as an offensive lineman, so I don’t really have a favorite.
I played quarterback and was a pitcher when I was younger, so
I was always a huge fan of John Elway and Dan Marino.”
Coach McGlynn: When his playing days are over, McGlynn says
he would like to return to Austintown Fitch HS to become a
coach and athletic director there, where his uncle, Doug, is cur-
rently the school principal. He has also runs a youth football
camp during the summer in his hometown
IN THE TRENCHES
YEAR TEAM GP/GS
2008 Phil 3/0
2009 Phil 0/0
Totals 3/0
Playoffs
YEAR TEAM GP/GS
2008 Phil 1/0
Totals 1/0
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Syracuse
11th year
Born 11/25/76 in Chicago, IL
Mount Carmel HS, Chicago, IL
Acquired - D1-99 [2nd overall]
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A multi-dimensional threat at quarterback, Donovan McNabb has
helped raise the standards of success of this franchise since 1999,
when the Eagles chose him with the 2nd overall pick in the draft.
Along the way, McNabb has become one of the NFL's most recog-
nizable and elite players. His production on the field, his personal-
ity, leadership skills, sense of humor, work ethic and attitude, all
add up to give Philadelphia one of the most well-rounded athletes
in sports.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Is the Eagles all-time leader in pass attempts, completions, yards.
and TDs
• Is one of just four players in NFL history to have at least 30,000
passing yards, 200 TDs passes, 3,000 rushing yards and 20 rush-
ing touchdowns (John Elway, Fran Tarkenton, Steve Young)
• Is the NFL’s all-time
leader in terms of inter-
ception percentage and
ranks 3rd in NFL history
in TD/INT ratio
• Has led the Eagles to five
NFC-C games and more
wins (92) than any other
QB in team history
• Holds the NFL record
with 24 consecutive com-
pletions (first 14 vs. GB on
12/5/04 combined with 10
to end the game on
11/28/04 at NYG)
• Holds the team record for
games played (147)
among Eagles QBs
• Since 2001, McNabb’s 92
rushes of 10 yards or
more is the second most
by a QB (Vick ranks 1st
with 156)
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• His completion percentage (60.7) and QB rating (94.5) rank 3rd
and 4th respectively in Eagles single-season history
• Threw for over 300 yards in back-to-back games (12/20 vs. SF and
12/27 vs. Den.). Also rushed for an eight-yard TD vs. SF
• Completed 17 of 26 passes for 275 yards and two touchdowns
(110.3 rating) at NYG (12/13)
• Completed 14 of 25 passes for 238 yards and one touchdown for
a 101.8 rating at Atl. (12/6)
• Led the Eagles to
their second con-
secutive fourth-
quarter comeback
vs. Was (11/29),
which is the first
time the Eagles have done so since 2003 (14-10 win at NYG
10/19/03, 24-17 win vs. NYJ 10/26/03) while on his way to com-
pleting 21 of 35 passes (60.0) for 260 yards and one touchdown
• Completed 23 of 32 passes for 244 yards and two TDs for a 101.6
rating at Chi. (11/22)
• Tied a career high with 35 completions and threw for 450 yards
and two TDs at SD (11/15), marking his second-career 400-yd
game and 28th career 300-yd game (including playoffs)
• Completed 17 of 23 passes (73.9 percent) for 240 yards and 3
touchdowns for a 146.7 rating, the fifth highest of his career (the
highest against the Giants) vs. NYG (11/1)
• With a season-long 57-yd touchdown pass to DeSean Jackson at
Was. (10/26), became the 28th player in NFL history to reach 200
touchdown passes. Also threw for 156 yards, becoming the 31st
player in NFL history to eclipse 30,000 passing yards
• After missing two games with a fractured rib, started vs. TB
(10/11) and completed 16 of 21 passes (76.2 percent) for 264 yards
and three TDs. His 157.2 QB rating was the second-highest single
game rating of his career
BIRDSEED
• In 2009, McNabb carried on a tradition started by Brian Dawkins
last season, by giving away two of his Eagles home game tickets
every week to a different local high school football player. The
players are nominated by their coaches to the Philadelphia Daily
News for their achievements both on the football field and in the
classroom. The winners are selected by McNabb himself.
• The Donovan McNabb Foundation was established in 2000 in
honor of McNabb's close family members who have been diag-
nosed with diabetes. The foundation raises awareness of diabetes
through Donovan's position as a national spokesman for the
American Diabetes Association. Donovan started his foundation
so that he could help provide awareness and improve the lives of
those who suffer from diabetes, as well as the families of those
who have diabetes. In 2006, the McNabb's were honored by the
ADA for their contribution to the fight against diabetes
For more information on the foundation and McNabb in general,
please log on to: DonovanMcNabb.com
2009 Career (Playoffs)
• Has 4 or more TD passes: 0-0 11-0 (0-0)
• Has a QB rating over 100.0: 6-0 46-1 (3-0)
• Has a completion pct. over 70%: 2-0 16-0 (1-0)
• Passes for over 300 yards: 2-1 21-5-1 (1-2)
• Completes 20-or more passes: 4-2 53-20-1 (7-4)
• Does not throw an INT: 4-1 48-19 (4-0)
• Is sacked fewer than twice: 3-0 29-7 (2-0)
THE EAGLES RECORD WHEN McNABB...
Player Attempts
Donovan McNabb 4,710
Ron Jaworski 3,918
Player Completions
Donovan McNabb 2,781
Ron Jaworski 2,088
Player Yards
Donovan McNabb 32,650
Ron Jaworski 26,963
Player TDs
Donovan McNabb 216
Ron Jaworski 175
EAGLES ALL-TIME PASSING RECORDS
Player Att. INT Pct.
Donovan McNabb 4,710 100 2.1
Neil O'Donnell 3,229 68 2.1
Jeff Garcia 3,676 83 2.3
Mark Brunell 4,595 106 2.3
min. 2000 attempts
NFL’S ALL-TIME CAREER INT%
Player TD INT Ratio
Tom Brady 225 98 2.30
Steve Young 232 107 2.17
Donovan McNabb 216 100 2.16
Peyton Manning 366 180 2.03
*active player; min. 2000 attempts
NFL’S ALL-TIME TD/INT RATIO
Pro Bowls: 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
McNabb holds the NFL record for
most consecutive completions
with 24 during a two-game span
in 2004 (last 10 on 11/28 at NYG
and first 14 vs. GB on 12/5).
Player Record Pct.
Tom Brady 97-29-0 .770
Peyton Manning 131-60-0 .686
Donovan McNabb 92-48-1 .656
min. 100 starts
HIGHEST WINNING PERCENTAGE
ACTIVE STARTING QBs
DONOVAN McNABB
PASSING RUSHING
Year Team GP/GS Att Cmp Pct Yds Yd/At TD Int Lg Sk/Yd Rat Att Yds Avg Lg TD
1999 Phil. 12/6 216 106 49.1 948 4.39 8 7 63T 28/204 60.1 47 313 6.7 27 0
2000 Phil. 16/16 569 330 58.0 3365 5.91 21 13 70T 45/262 77.8 86 629 7.3 54 6
2001 Phil. 16/16 493 285 57.8 3233 6.56 25 12 64T 39/273 84.3 82 482 5.9 33 2
2002 Phil. 10/10 361 211 58.4 2289 6.34 17 6 59T 28/166 86.0 63 460 7.3 40t 6
2003 Phil. 16/16 478 275 57.5 3216 6.73 16 11 59 43/253 79.6 71 355 5.1 34 3
2004 Phil. 15/15 469 300 64.0 3875 8.26 31 8 80 32/192 104.7 41 220 5.4 28 3
2005 Phil. 9/9 357 211 59.1 2507 7.02 16 9 91T 19/112 85.0 25 55 2.2 11 1
2006 Phil. 10/10 316 180 57.0 2647 8.38 18 6 87T 21/140 95.5 32 212 6.6 37 3
2007 Phil. 14/14 473 291 61.5 3324 7.03 19 7 75T 44/227 89.9 50 236 4.7 40 0
2008 Phil. 16/16 571 345 60.4 3916 6.86 23 11 90T 23/149 86.4 39 147 3.8 17 2
2009 Phil. 13/13 407 247 60.7 3330 8.18 22 10 60T 31/232 94.5 35 132 3.8 27 2
TOTALS 147/141 4710 2781 59.0 32650 6.93 216 100 91T 353/2210 86.6 571 3241 5.7 54 28
Career record as a starter: (92-48-1; .656) - 1999 (2-4), 2000 (11-5), 2001 (11-5), 2002 (7-3), 2003 (12-4), 2004 (13-2),
2005 (4-5), 2006 (5-5), 2007 (8-6), 2008 (9-6-1), 2009 (10-3)
PLAYOFFS
2000 Phil. 2/2 74 44 59.5 342 4.62 3 2 25 8/51 73.1 13 49 3.8 11 1
2001 Phil. 3/3 95 60 63.2 627 6.60 5 3 43 8/46 86.6 16 120 7.5 39 2
2002 Phil. 2/2 79 46 58.2 490 6.20 1 1 42 4/31 75.4 7 41 5.9 19 0
2003 Phil. 2/2 61 31 50.8 348 5.70 2 3 45 12/77 58.6 13 117 9.0 41 0
2004 Phil. 3/3 110 68 61.8 823 7.48 7 3 52 7/46 94.6 14 35 2.5 8 0
2006 Phil. 0/0 Injured Reserve List - Knee
2008 Phil. 3/3 121 73 60.3 892 7.37 5 4 71T 5/35 83.1 7 47 6.7 21 1
TOTALS 15/15 540 322 59.6 3522 6.52 23 16 71T 44/286 80.8 70 409 5.8 41 4
Career playoff record as a starter: (9-6; .600) - 2000 (1-1), 2001 (2-1), 2002 (1-1), 2003 (1-1), 2004 (2-1), 2008 (2-1)
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS: (6) - 1999 (pass to Jed Weaver and rush vs. Was. 11/14/99), 2002 (pass to Chad Lewis
vs. Hou. 9/29/02; pass to Chad Lewis vs. NYG 10/28/02), 2005 (pass to Brian Westbrook at KC 10/2/05), 2009 (pass to
Jason Avant at NYG 12/13/09)
RECEIVING: [5-(-7)-Lg3] - 1999 [1-(-6)], 2000 (2-5-Lg3), 2003 [1-(-7)], 2009 (1-1-Lg1)
FUMBLES/LOST: (81/44) - 1999 (8/6), 2000 (7/4), 2001 (8/3), 2002 (6/5), 2003 (9/3), 2004 (8/6), 2005 (8/3), 2006 (3/2),
2007 (9/5), 2008 (7/5), 2009 (8/2)
PLAYOFF FUMBLES/LOST: (13/7) - 2000 (2/1), 2001 (2/1), 2002 (3/2), 2003 (2/1), 2004 (2/0), 2008 (2/2)
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Atts. 58 (11/16/08 at Cin.)
Cmps. 35 (2x - 11/15/09 at SD)
Yds. 464 (12/5/04 vs. GB)
LG 91T (10/30/05 at Den.)
TDs 5 (2x - 9/18/05 vs. SF)
Comp.% 80.8 (9/23/07 vs. Det.)
QB Rat 158.3 (9/23/07 vs. Det.)
*-min. 10 atts.
Rush Atts. 12 (10/6/02 at Jax.)
Yds. 125 (11/26/00 at Was.)
LG 54 (11/26/00 at Was.)
TDs 2 (10/2/06 vs. GB)
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INJURY REPORT
• Was rendered inactive games 2-3 with a fractured rib
• Suffered a fractured rib in the 3rd quarter at Car. (9/13/09) and was
sidelined for the remainder of the game
DONOVAN McNABB
PASSING RUSHING Total
Date Opp W/L GP/GS Att Cmp Pct Yds TD Int Lg Sack/Yds Rat Att Yds Avg Lg TD Net Yds Pct. Offense
Sep 13 at Car W 1/1 18 10 55.6 79 2 1 18 0/0 80.6 4 27 6.8 15 1 106 39.7
Sep 20 NO L INACTIVE/RIB
Sep 27 KC W INACTIVE/RIB
Oct 11 TB W 1/1 21 16 76.2 264 3 0 51T 3/16 157.2 2 30 15 17 0 278 85.5
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/1 46 22 47.8 269 0 0 51 6/53 66.3 2 8 4.0 6 0 224 79.2
Oct 26 at Was W 1/1 25 15 60.5 156 1 0 57T 3/21 91.4 5 -5 -1.0 1 0 130 49.6
Nov 1 NYG W 1/1 23 17 73.9 240 3 0 54T 2/29 146.7 1 14 14.0 14 0 225 57.5
Nov 8 Dal L 1/1 30 16 53.3 227 1 2 45 3/18 61.4 2 -1 -1.0 -1 0 208 70.0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/1 55 35 63.6 450 2 1 58 2/17 93.8 0 0 0.0 0 0 433 93.7
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/1 32 23 71.9 244 2 1 48T 3/24 101.6 4 5 1.3 6 0 225 59.7
Nov 29 Was W 1/1 35 21 60.0 260 1 1 46 2/2 80.7 2 -2 -1.0 -1 0 256 67.2
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/1 25 14 56.0 238 1 0 59 2/9 101.8 2 17 8.5 16 0 246 64.7
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/1 26 17 65.4 275 2 1 60T 1/10 110.3 2 5 2.5 6 0 270 68.5
Dec 20 SF W 1/1 36 21 58.3 306 1 2 59 0/0 72.2 4 5 1.3 8T 1 311 73.7
Dec 27 Den W 1/1 35 20 57.1 322 3 1 47T 4/33 104.7 5 29 5.8 27 0 318 80.7
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 13/13 407 247 60.7 3330 22 10 60T 31/232 94.5 35 132 3.8 27 2 3230 70.0
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Boise State
7th year
Born 9/16/80 in New Orleans, LA
Willamette HS, Eugene, OR
Acquired - Rookie FA (2003)
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A young, athletic safety with a knack for making plays, Quintin Mikell
(pronounced MICHAEL) is the team’s starting strong safety, leading
the team in back-to-back 100-plus tackle seasons in 2008 (169) and
2009 (114). Originally a rookie free agent signing from Boise State in
2003, Mikell has twice been named Eagles special teams MVP (2005
and 2006) and earned a four-year contract on 2/27/07 that will keep
him in Philadelphia through 2010.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Posted two consecutive 100-plus tackle campaigns in 2008 (169)
and 2009 (114)
• Voted second-team All-Pro by the Associated Press in 2008
• Named to Larry Weisman's (USA Today) 2008 All-Joe Team
• Was selected as the Eagles special teams MVP in 2006 and 2005
• Named to Sports Illustrated's Paul Zimmerman's All-Pro Team
as a special teamer in 2006, and was also highlighted in Pro Foot-
ball Weekly as the Eagles best special teams player
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Currently leads the team with 114 tackles and ranks t-2nd with
nine KDs
• Notched his second interception of the
season (Niners QB Alex Smith) vs. SF
(12/20)
• Played in his 100th regular season game
vs. Dal (11/8)
• Tipped a pass by Redskins QB Jason
Campbell that fell into the hands of LB
Will Witherspoon, who returned it nine
yards for a TD at Was. (10/26). Also recov-
ered a fumble of Campbell, which led to a
David Akers field goal
• Snagged an interception off Raiders QB
JaMarcus Russell at Oak. (10/18)
• Recovered a fumble of Chiefs RB Larry
Johnson vs. KC (9/27)
BIRDSEED
• From undrafted free agent to special
teams standout to 2nd team All-Pro
safety, Mikell remains motivated by the
fact that 32 teams chose not to draft him.
“It’s a feeling that never goes away. Every
team passed on me. I’m grateful that the
Eagles gave me a chance, but I always feel that there’s something
every team didn’t like about me and I’m out to prove every day that
I am the player they didn’t think I’d become.”
• Credits his father, Quintin, Sr., as the person most responsible for
helping him become an NFL player. “He always pushed me; he
played in college as a linebacker at Indiana State. When I was in
the 6th grade he was my defensive coordinator and we’d watch
film on our opponents. One of our rivals, West Viga, ran a play that
no team could stop. But I noticed on film that they always put two
receivers out wide and ran the quarterback draw. They couldn’t
be stopped. And then the next game we stopped them. I remem-
ber him being so proud.”
Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car W 1/1 6 1 7 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/1 9 1 10 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/1 4 2 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Oct 11 TB W 1/1 1 6 7 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/1 3 4 7 0.0 0 1 16 16 0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/1 4 1 5 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1
Nov 1 NYG W 1/1 3 9 12 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/1 5 1 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/1 6 3 9 0.0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/1 7 5 12 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/1 4 4 8 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/1 3 2 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/1 4 4 8 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/1 5 2 7 0.0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/1 5 0 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 15/15 69 45 114 0.0 2 2 16 16 9 0 2
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Tackles 16 (10/21/07 vs. Chi.)
INTs 1 (7x - 10/18/09 at Oak.)
INT Lg 41 (10/12/08 at SF)
Sacks 1.0 (3x - 11/23/08 at Bal.)
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TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT
2003 Phil. 16/0 7 2 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22
2004 Phil. 14/0 5 3 2 0.0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 23
2005 Phil. 16/0 13 6 7 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 28
2006 Phil. 16/1 26 17 9 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 35
2007 Phil. 14/11 98 59 39 1.0 12 1 20 20 0 9 1 1 0 7
2008 Phil. 16/16 169 111 58 2.0 29 3 53 41 0 9 4 0 0 11
2009 Phil. 15/15 114 69 45 0.0 0 2 16 16 0 9 0 2 0 9
TOTALS 107/43 432 267 165 3.0 41 7 89 41 0 29 6 4 0 135
PLAYOFFS
2003 Phil. 2/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2004 Phil. 3/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2006 Phil. 2/0 4 2 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2008 Phil. 3/3 26 16 10 0.0 0 1 5 5 0 2 0 0 0 1
TOTALS 10/3 30 18 12 0.0 0 1 5 5 0 2 0 0 0 1
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
FUMBLES/LOST: 2007 (1/1)
BLOCKED FIELD GOALS: (1) - 2005 [vs. SD 10/23/05 (K Nate Keading)]
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6-2, 250
Oklahoma St.
9th year
Born 5/15/78 in Houston, TX
Aldine HS, Aldine, TX
Acquired - FA [Ten] 2005
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A relentless and tough defensive end, Juqua Parker (pronounced
juh-KWAY) has been one of the most consistent performers on the
defensive line over the last five-plus seasons. Parker was originally
signed as a rookie free agent out of Oklahoma State by Tennessee
in 2001 and played four seasons for the Titans before signing with
Philadelphia during the 2005 training camp. He inked a five-year
deal with the Eagles in 2007.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Since 2006, has posted 24.5 sacks
(including postseason), which is the
3rd-highest total among undrafted
players during that span
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Ranks second on the team in sacks
(7.0) and hurries (20). His 7.0 sacks
are a career high
• Notched his seventh sack of the season (QB Kyle Orton) vs. Den.
(12/27/09)
• Recorded a sack and forced fumble of Falcons QB Chris Redman
at Atl. (12/6)
• Registered a sack (Chargers QB Philip Rivers) at SD (11/15)
• Notched a sack of Cowboys QB Tony Romo vs. Dal (11/8)
• Registered a sack of Raiders QB JaMarcus Russell at Oak. (11/18)
• Recorded a sack of Chiefs QB Matt Cassel vs. KC (9/27)
• Notched a sack and forced fumble of Saints QB Drew Brees vs.
NO (9/20)
BIRDSEED
• Legally changed his name from Juqua Thomas to Juqua Parker in
the 2008 offseason, something his late father, Willie, requested
of him. "My father died in 2005, but before that he asked me to
change my name to Parker. That was his last name. I just took a
long time to get around to doing it."
Description Opponent
55-yd INT return 10/12/08 at SF (O’Sullivan)
TOUCHDOWNS (1) ◦ 1-0 RECORD
Player Sacks
James Harrison 37
Adewale Ogunleye 29
Juqua Parker 24.5
James Hall 17.5
*Includes Postseason
MOST SACKS SINCE 2006
UNDRAFTED PLAYERS
Player Games
Justin Smith (SF) 142
Alex Brown (Chi) 126
Marques Douglas (NYJ) 111
Juqua Parker 85
CONSECUTIVE REGULAR SEASON
GAMES PLAYED AMONG DEs
Sk Opponent
2.5 9/21/08 vs Pit (W)
2 10/19/03 at Car (W)
Sk Opponent
2 12/31/06 vs Atl (W)
2 9/23/07 vs Det (W)
MULTI-SACK GAMES (4) ◦ 4-0 RECORD
Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car W 1/0 3 1 4 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/0 1 0 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/0 3 0 3 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/0 0 2 2 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/0 1 0 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/1 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/1 2 2 4 0.0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/1 2 2 4 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/1 3 0 3 1.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/1 3 1 4 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/1 4 2 6 0.0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/1 1 1 2 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/1 2 0 2 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/1 5 0 5 0.0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/1 1 1 2 1.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 15/10 32 12 44 7.0 20 0 0 0 3 2 0
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Tackles 10 (2x - 12/30/07 vs. Buf.)
Sacks 2.5 (9/21/08 vs. Pit.)
INTs 1 (10/12/08 at SF)
INT Lg 55T (10/12/08 at SF)
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TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT
2001 Ten. 7/0 3 3 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2002 Ten. 9/0 16 11 5 1.0 6 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
2003 Ten. 15/0 27 16 11 4.0 22 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
2004 Ten. 10/0 7 5 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1
2005 Phil. 16/1 28 13 15 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 16 9
2006 Phil. 16/1 47 21 26 6.0 40 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 5
2007 Phil. 16/7 63 39 24 5.0 26 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 2
2008 Phil. 16/16 76 45 31 5.0 27 1 55 55T 1 2 1 0 0 0
2009 Phil. 15/10 44 32 12 7.0 49 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 0
TOTALS 120/35 311 185 126 27.0 170 1 55 55T 1 13 8 4 16 17
PLAYOFFS
2002 Ten. 0/0 Inactive
2003 Ten. 2/0 1 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2006 Phil. 2/0 6 5 1 1.5 10.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2008 Phil. 3/3 12 6 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
TOTALS 7/3 19 12 7 1.5 10.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
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5-10, 190
Tuskegee
4th year
Born 6/18/83 in Miami, FL
Evans HS, Miami, FL
Acquired - FA 2008
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A reserve cornerback and special teams contributor, Dimitri Pat-
terson signed with the Eagles on 1/7/09 after spending the last two
seasons with Kansas City. He was originally signed by the Redskins
as a rookie free agent in 2005.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Logged 14 special teams tackles in 20 games as a member of the
Chiefs, which ranked second on the team during that span
• Posted his first-career INT vs. Dallas QB Drew Bledsoe (12/18/05)
in just his 2nd NFL game after being called up from the Redskins
practice squad on 10/1/05
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Saw extensive action in the Eagles nickel defense package for a
suspended Joselio Hanson at SD (11/15) and at Chi (11/22) and
posted 10 tackles
BIRDSEED
• An avid boxing fan, his favorite boxing stars include Floyd May-
weather, Roy Jones Jr., Mike Tyson and Purnell Whitaker. “I just
really like the one-on-one aspect of boxing. There’s so much in-
dividual technique that goes into it.”
• Is a self-proclaimed shoe addict and owns
over 40 pairs of shoes. “If I am addicted to
anything, it is definitely shopping, and
shopping for shoes especially.”
• Would like to pursue a career in commer-
cial real estate when his playing days are
over
• One of his favorite hobbies is knocking
down pins at a bowling alley. He has a high
score of 210. "I got lucky that time, really
lucky.”
INJURY REPORT
• Underwent surgery on 9/21/09 to repair a
third metacarpal fracture in his left hand
suffered a day earlier vs. NO. Missed one game due to that injury
before suffering a quad strain in the 1st quarter vs. TB (10/11/09)
that sidelined for the next four contests
Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car W 1/0 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC INACTIVE/HAND
Oct 11 TB W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak INACTIVE/QUADRICEP/HAND
Oct 26 at Was INACTIVE/QUADRICEP/HAND
Nov 1 NYG INACTIVE/QUADRICEP/HAND
Nov 8 Dal INACTIVE/QUADRICEP/HAND
Nov 15 at SD L 1/0 6 0 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/0 4 0 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/0 2 0 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/0 0 1 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 10/0 13 1 14 0.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
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Tackles 7 (9/28/08 vs. Den.)
INTs 1 (10/18/05 vs. Dal.)
INT Lg 20 (10/18/05 vs. Dal.)
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Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT
2005 Was. 3/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 1 20 20 0 1 0 0 0 1
2007 KC 13/0 4 4 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
2008 KC 7/0 8 8 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10
2009 Phil. 10/0 14 13 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 6
Totals 33/0 26 25 1 0.0 0 1 20 20 0 3 0 0 0 28
PLAYOFFS
2008 Phil. 0/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS:
SPECIAL TEAMS FORCED FUMBLES: 1 at NYG (12/13/09)
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Born 9/1/83 in Sacramento, CA
Los Alamitos HS, Los Alamitos, CA
Acquired - D1-05 (31st overall)
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A stout defensive tackle with great technique, Mike Patterson is per-
haps one of the most underrated players on the Eagles defense.
Known for his consistent play week in and week out, Patterson has
been one of the key features in the Eagles run defense in his career.
A first-round draft choice, Patterson signed a seven-year contract
extension in 2006 that will keep him in Philadelphia through 2016.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Was named to Larry Weisman’s (USA Today) All-Joe Team fol-
lowing the 2007 and 2008 seasons, which honors the NFL players
whose work doesn’t necessarily garner headlines but is integral
to the success of their football team
• Since 2007, has con-
tributed to a rushing de-
fense that has allowed just
95.9 rushing yards per
game - the 4th lowest av-
erage in the NFL during
that span
• Has never missed a game in
his five-year career and
ranks second among all
NFL defensive tackles with
79 consecutive games
played
• Recovered a fumble on 3rd
down of a goal-line stand at SF (9/24/06) and raced 98 yards for
his first-career TD. It was the longest fumble return in Eagles his-
tory and tied for 6th-longest in NFL history. It was also tied for the
longest among defensive linemen (Cowboys DE Greg Ellis vs. Arz.
10/3/99)
• 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
since 1991 (Jerome Brown, Clyde Simons, Reggie White, Mike
Pitts)
• Was named to Sports Illustrated's Sleeper All-Pro Team in 2006
(Dr. Z)
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Ranks third on the team with four tackles for loss
• Notched a half sack of Panthers QB Jake Delhomme at Car. (9/13)
BIRDSEED
• Nicknamed "The Grizzle" by his defensive linemates. "Bunkley
came up with the name because he says I'm always looking rough
like I just came out of the forest, like a grizzly bear. It just stuck,
so I embrace it."
• Has become very interested in acting and has had several tryouts
for TV shows and commercials. Also appeared in an episode of
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, one of his favorite shows
Seasons Rank Yds/Game Avg.
1999-2006 24 120.1 4.1
Since 2007 4 95.9 3.7
RUSHING DEFENSE SINCE 1999
Sk Opponent
1.5 9/17/06 vs NYG (L)
MULTI-SACK GAMES (1)
Description Opponent
98-yd FR return 9/24/06 at SF (W)
TOUCHDOWNS (1)
TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds
2005 Phil. 16/7 66 30 36 3.5 15 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
2006 Phil. 16/16 82 39 43 1.5 4.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 98
2007 Phil. 16/15 114 63 51 4.0 30.5 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 12
2008 Phil. 16/16 86 39 47 0.5 4.5 1 21 21 0 0 1 1 0
2009 Phil. 15/15 67 44 23 0.5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 79/69 415 215 200 10.0 59.5 1 21 21 0 0 3 4 110
PLAYOFFS
2006 Phil. 2/2 9 3 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2008 Phil. 3/3 21 15 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 5/5 30 18 12 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car W 1/1 5 1 6 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/1 4 1 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/1 0 1 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/1 2 0 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/1 2 3 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/1 3 0 3 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/1 3 1 4 0.0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/1 2 5 7 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/1 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/1 1 1 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/1 5 4 9 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/1 2 2 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/1 6 3 9 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/1 4 1 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/1 4 0 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 15/15 44 23 67 0.5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0
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Tackles 15 (10/5/08 vs. Was.)
Sacks 1.5 (9/17/06 vs. NYG)
INTs 1 (11/9/08 vs. NYG)
INT Lg 21 (11/9/08 vs. NYG)
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Darnell Dockett (Arz.) 95
Mike Patterson 79
Chris Hoke (Pit) 68
Kevin Williams (Min) 67
CONSECUTIVE REGULAR SEASON
GAMES PLAYED AMONG DTs
TN
6-4, 328
Arkansas
6th year
Born 1/22/82 in Queen City, TX
Queen City HS, Queen City, TX
Acquired - Trade (Buf) 2009
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A powerful and athletic offensive lineman, Jason Peters was ac-
quired by the Eagles in a trade during the 2009 offseason and sub-
sequently signed a six-year contract that will keep him in
Philadelphia through 2014. A two-time Pro Bowler and All-Pro se-
lection (2007 and 2008), Peters was originally signed by the Bills as
a rookie free agent tight end in 2004 and made the full-time switch
to offensive tackle in 2005.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Earned Pro Bowl and AP All-Pro honors following the 2007 and
2008 seasons
• Named to SI.com’s All-Pro team (Peter King)
• Started his NFL career at tight end before moving to tackle in 2005
• Has scored two career touchdowns. He blocked a punt and re-
covered it in the end zone for a TD (12/19/04 at Cin.) and caught JP
Losman’s first-career TD pass (9/11/05 vs. Hou.)
BIRDSEED
• Lists restoring classic cars as one
of his hobbies. "I don't ever buy a
brand-new car off the lot. I'll get
them used. I usually get an older
car, from the '60s or '70s for a
couple of grand and I'll fix them
up. When I get them, they don't
look like they look now."
• Was roommates with Eagles’ RT
Shawn Andrews at Arkansas
• Was a notorious practical joker growing up. “I got my cousin one
night. We went out in Queen City and I knew these police officers.
We were eating, and I had them go up to him and make like he
was the guy that robbed this store. They got him good. They cuffed
him and put him in the car. He was all scared. At the end, they
were like, 'You just got punked.”
INJURY REPORT
• Suffered a shoulder and head injury in the 2nd quarter at Atl.
(12/6/09) and was sidelined for the remainder of the game
• Was rendered inactive at SD (11/15/09) with an ankle sprain
• Suffered an ankle sprain in the 1st quarter vs. Dal. (11/8/09)
• Suffered a left knee contusion and ankle sprain in the first quar-
ter at Oak. (11/18/09) and was sidelined for the remainder of the
game
PERSONAL
• Attended Queen City HS, earning All-District and All-Area honors
as a defensive end. Lone Star Recruiting ranked him the 18th-
best prospect in Texas and was on every top 100 in Texas list
• Also lettered in basketball, averaging 18.4 points per game to gar-
ner All-District and All-Area honors
• Went undrafted despite posting impressive workouts at the NFL
scouting combine, including a 4.8 second 40-yard dash. Credits
the draft-day snub with giving him extra motivation. “I've always
been a hard worker, but I started working even harder when I did-
n't get drafted. I just kind of put it all on myself, I put it on my
shoulders and decided to get it done."
• Mother Teledeo (pronounced Toledo) Simington and stepfather
Ivory Simington
• Enjoys spending time with family playing cards, dominoes and lis-
tening to music
• Restores cars as a hobby
• Interested in starting his own clothing line
• Vocational Education major, enrolled in the College of Education
and Health Professions at Arkansas
• Full name: Jason Raynard Peters
His definition of an O-lineman: "Physical. You have to be phys-
ical as an o-lineman. If you’re not the guy on the other side is
gong to beat you every time. Based on how nasty those defen-
sive line guys are you have to be just as physical and nasty if
you want to succeed.”
On what it's like in the trenches: "Physical. Physical and nasty.”
Favorite O-lineman: “I didn’t really have a favorite offensive
lineman because I didn’t play the position. I played defensive
end when I was younger, so my favorite player was Bruce Smith
because he played defensive end and he was on the Bills who
were my favorite team and the time. He was a great player.”
IN THE TRENCHES
YEAR TEAM GP/GS
2004 Buf 5/1
2005 Buf 16/10
2006 Buf 16/16
2007 Buf 15/15
2008 Buf 13/13
2009 Phil 14/14
Totals 79/69
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TOUCHDOWNS: 2 - 9/11/05 vs. Hou (TD recept.); 12/19/04 at Cin
(blocked a punt and recovered it in the end zone)
RECEIVING: 2-5-4lg-1TD – 2005
SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: (11) - 2005 (5), 2004 (6)
MILESTONES: First start: 12/19/04 at Cin.
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATS
Pro Bowls: 2007, 2008
Credits his grandfather, Dal-
las Wiggins, with cultivating
his interest in cars. “My
grandfather used to take all
these old cars and fix them
up. When I was little I was al-
ways hanging around watch-
ing him and my uncle, and I
got hooked.”
JASON’S JUNKERS
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2nd Year
6/21/84 in Detroit, MI
Detroit Jesuit HS, Detroit, MI
Acquired - FA [2009]
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Geoffrey Pope was signed to the Eagles active roster on 11/24/09.
Originally a free agent signing of Miami in 2007, Pope started the
2009 season on the Cincinnati Bengals active roster and appeared
in four games, playing mostly on special teams. He was waived on
10/8/09, but was signed to their practice squad the next day and had
been there for the balance of the year. Pope has also spent time with
the Dolphins (2007), Giants (2007) and Bengals (2008-09) in his ca-
reer.
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS
• Was a two-year letterman at Howard (2005-06) after beginning
his career at Eastern Michigan (2003-04)
• Appeared in 22 games for Howard, and finished his career with
79 tackles and four interceptions. Also, earned second-team all-
MEAC honors as a senior
• Appeared in 25 games in his two years at Eastern Michigan, rack-
ing up 24 tackles and two pass breakups
• Ran track for Eastern Michigan as a freshman and placed fourth
in the 60-meter dash (6.78) at the Mid-American Conference in-
door track championships
PERSONAL
• Attended University of Detroit Jesuit HS and lettered in football,
basketball and track
• Captured individual titles in the 100-, 200- and 400-meter dashes
at the Catholic League Track Championships as a senior, as well
as serving as the anchor for the winning 4x400-meter relay team
• Majored in advertising
• Is very active in the community, has visited many schools and has
helped host activities for the Special Olympics
• Full name is Geoffrey Glenn Pope
TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT
2007 NYG 0/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2008 Cin. 8/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
2009 Cin. 4/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Phil. 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2009 Total 5/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 13/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
PLAYOFFS
2007 NYG 2/0 1 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
TOTALS 2/0 1 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
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Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
with Cincinnati
Sep 13 Den L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 20 at GB W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 Pit W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 4 at Cle W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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Nov 29 Was INACTIVE
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG INACTIVE
Dec 20 SF INACTIVE
Dec 27 Den INACTIVE
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 5/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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Born 11/20/73 in Reservoir, Australia
Lakeside College, Lakeside, Australia
Acquired - FA 2007
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After a stellar career in the Australian Football League, big Sav
Rocca (ROCK-ah) earned the team's punting job in training camp of
2007 and has since gone on to average 42.4 yards/punt, 3rd on the
Eagles all-time list. The former Australian league legend played in
257 career games and scored 748 goals in his 15-year career for the
Collingwood Magpies (1992-99) and the North Melbourne Kanga-
roos (2000-2006).
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Is the franchise’s all-time leader with a 36.9 career net punting
average
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• His 37.9 net punting average ranks t-1st in Eagles single-season
history. He set the record in 2008 with a 37.9 net average
BIRDSEED
• Is a co-owner of "Mark's Place," a pizza shop in Australia with his
brother, Anthony, and fellow Australian rules footballer, Steven
Allessio. "The pizza around here is very different, it's a little too
thin. A lot of people wouldn't know this, but Australian pizza is
thick and it offers more variety as far as toppings go. You can get
pretty much anything you want on it, any style. The stuff around
here is good, but Australian pizza is a little bit better."
• A certified masseur, earned his license in 1995 while he was a
star in the Australian Football League. "It became a little crazy
when I started to get more recognition in the league. People just
wanted to come get massages from me all the time," said Rocca.
"Now it's really more of a hobby. I give them out to my family and
friends from time to time, but that's really it. They do enjoy it
though."
SINGLE SEASON
Player Average
Sav Rocca (2009) 37.9
Sav Rocca (2008) 37.9
Dirk Johnson (2004) 37.4
Jeff Feagles (1992) 36.9
CAREER (min 100 punts)
Player Average
Sav Rocca 36.9
Dirk Johnson 36.0
Sean Landeta 35.9
EAGLES NET PUNTING AVERAGE
Year Team GP No Yds Avg OpRt Yds Net TB In20 Lg Blk
2007 Phil. 16 73 3066 42.0 36 409 34.5 7 24 65 0
2008 Phil. 16 77 3334 43.3 41 296 37.9 4 24 65 1
2009 Phil. 15 69 2882 41.8 35 205 37.9 3 24 61 0
TOTALS 47 219 9282 42.4 112 910 36.9 14 72 65 1
PLAYOFFS
2008 Phil. 3 9 403 44.8 5 19 42.7 0 6 58 0
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: (4) - 2007 (2), 2008 (2)
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Date Opp W/L No Yds Avg Net TB In20 Lg Blk
Sep 13 at Car W 4 171 42.7 36.4 0 2 49 0
Sep 20 NO L 5 225 45.0 41.6 1 0 61 0
Sep 27 KC W 3 123 41.0 36.0 0 1 53 0
Oct 11 TB W 5 244 48.8 43.4 0 1 56 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 8 343 42.9 40.0 1 3 58 0
Oct 26 at Was W 8 276 34.5 33.3 0 4 49 0
Nov 1 NYG W 3 142 47.3 44.0 0 2 57 0
Nov 8 Dal L 3 133 44.3 42.0 0 2 48 0
Nov 15 at SD L 4 160 40.0 36.8 0 2 52 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 5 169 33.8 30.6 0 2 45 0
Nov 29 Was W 5 217 43.4 43.2 0 1 52 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 3 134 44.7 38.0 0 1 53 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 4 167 41.8 37.0 0 1 51 0
Dec 20 SF W 4 161 40.3 35.5 1 1 45 0
Dec 27 Den W 5 217 43.4 36.4 0 1 60 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 69 2882 41.8 37.9 3 24 61 0
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Punts 10 (11/16/08 at Cin.)
Yards 362 (11/16/08 at Cin.)
Long 65 (2x - 9/28/08 at Chi.)
In20 5 (12/16/07 at Dal.)
Gross 52.8 (10/28/07 at Min.)
Net 44.4 (10/5/08 vs. Was.)
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2nd Year
5/4/85 in St. Joseph, MO
Benton HS, St. Joseph, MO
Acquired - FA [2009)
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Martin Rucker was promoted to the Eagles active roster after
spending weeks 3-13 on the practice squad. Originally a fourth-
round draft pick of Cleveland in 2008, Rucker caught two passes for
17 yards in five games (one start) in his rookie season with the
Browns. He was waived by Cleveland on 9/22/09.
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS
• Finished his four-year college career at Missouri with 203 recp-
tions for 2,175 yards and 18 touchdowns
• Was a first-team All-American selection by the American Foot-
ball Coaches' Association (AFCA) as a senior, after posting 84 re-
ceptions for 834 yards and eight touchdowns
• His 203 career receptions is a school record and the most ever by
a Big 12 Conference tight end, ranking eighth on the Big 12 ca-
reer-record list
• His 2,175 receiving yards ranks second in school annals, becom-
ing the third Tiger in history to reach 2,000 yards
• Has the most receptions in single-season school history (84) and
shattered the old Missouri season record for tight ends (55)
• Holds the school record with 50 consecutive starts, topping the
old mark of 48 by Brad Smith (2002-05)
• As a junior, started all 13 games, snagging 53 receptions for 511
yards and five touchdowns
• Earned first-team All-Big 12 honors by league coaches and was
named the National Tight End of the Week by the Mackey Com-
mittee
• Started all 12 games as a sophomore, and led the Tigers with 47
receptions for 567 yards and a team-best 12.1 yards per recep-
tion
• Was named to the first-team All-Big 12 by the Kansas City Star,
and named to the honorable mention All-Big 12 squad by league
coaches and the Associated Press
• Earned John Mackey Tight End of the Week honors after an eight-
catch, 102 yard, one touchdown game at Kansas State
• As a freshman, started all 11 games, posting 19 receptions for
263 yards and four touchdowns
• Earned second-team Freshman All-American (College Football
News, Rivals.com) and was named to the first-team All-Fresh-
man All-Big 12 by Sporting News
• Was a redshirt freshman in 2003
PERSONAL
• Son of Martin and LaVell Rucker. Father, Martin, is a member of
the House of Representatives in the state of Missouri
• Older brother, Mike, is a former Pro Bowl DE of the Carolina Pan-
thers. He retired after spending nine seasons there from 1999-
2007
• Was a standout at both tight end and defensive end at Benton HS,
recording 56-career receptions for 646 yards and five touchdowns
as a tight end, and 118 tackles and two sacks as a defensive end
• Garnered all-state honors as a tight end and first-team all-dis-
trict and all-conference accolades at both tight end and defensive
end
• Was an all-district and all-conference performer in basketball
• Also excelled in track, winning conference and district titles and
placing fourth in the state in the triple jump as a senior, as well as
a conference championship in the long jump
• Enjoys practicing magic in his free time
• Majored in hotel and restaurant management
INJURY HISTORY
• Missed games 1-6 of the 2008 season with a knee injury
Year Team GP/GS No Yds Avg Lg TD
2008 Cle 5/1 2 17 8.5 9 0
2009 Phil. 0/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
TOTALS 5/1 2 17 8.5 9 0
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Date Opp W/L P/S No Yds Avg Lg TD
with Cleveland
Sep 13 Min L INACTIVE
Sep 20 at Den L INACTIVE
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Dec 20 SF INACTIVE
Dec 27 Den INACTIVE
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 0/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
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Born 1/6/81 in Lauderdale Lakes, FL
Boyd Anderson HS, Lauderdale Lakes, FL
Acquired - FA [NE] 2008
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A two-time Super Bowl Champion and a two-time Pro Bowler, As-
ante Samuel is one of the premier playmaking defensive backs in
recent NFL history. A key free agent acquisition by the Eagles in
2008, Samuel leads the NFL with 29 interceptions since 2006. Orig-
inally a fourth-round draft choice of New England in 2003, Samuel
spent his first five seasons with the Patriots before signing a six-
year contract with the Eagles that will keep him in Philadelphia
through 2013.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Earned Pro Bowl honors following the 2007 and 2008 seasons
• Leads the NFL with 29 INTs since 2006
• His eight INT returns for a TD since 2003 (including playoffs) are
the most by any player in the NFL
• Is the only player in NFL history to register at least one INT return
for a TD in each of his first six NFL seasons (including postseason)
• With 4 postseason INT returns for a TD,
is the NFL's all-time leader
• Leads all NFL defensive backs with 17
postseason games played since 2003
• His teams are 31-4 overall when he
records an INT
• Leads the NFL since 2003 with 6 INTs
in the fourth quarter of a close game
(winning or losing by 7 points or less)
• Has registered six multi-INT games
in his career
• According to Stats Inc., leads the
NFL in KDs (118) since 2003 (Shel-
don Brown ranks 2nd with 108)
• Was a two-time Super Bowl cham-
pion with New England following the
2003 and 2004 seasons
• His 10 INTs in 2006 led the NFL and was the 2nd-best single-sea-
son output in Patriots history, behind Ron Hall's 11 in 1964
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Ranks t-1st in the NFL with 9 in-
terceptions, which is the most by
an Eagle in a season since 1972
when Bill Bradley posted nine
and ties for the second highest
total in team history behind
Bradley’s 11 in 1971
• Leads all NFL cornerbacks in in-
terceptions and his total is the most by an NFL cornerback since
Antonio Cromartie posted 10 in 2007
• He and Sheldon
Brown (5 INTs) are
the first pair of Ea-
gles teammates
with five-or-more
interceptions in a
season since 1991 (Wes Hopkins - 5; Eric Allen - 5). Dating back
to 1950, no cornerback tandem in team history had done so
• Notched an interception (QB Alex Smith) and recovered a Delanie
Walker fumble vs. SF (12/20). Both
turnovers led to Eagles scores (22-
yard FG, 94-yard TD drive)
• Notched his 6th and 7th intercep-
tions of the season off Redskins QB
Jason Campbell vs. Was. (11/29)
• Snagged an interception off Giants
QB Eli Manning and forced a fumble
of Giants WR Hakeem Nicks vs. NYG
(11/1)
• Snatched a pair of interceptions off Buccaneers QB Josh Johnson
vs. TB (10/11), marking his fifth career multi-INT game and his
first as an Eagle
BIRDSEED
• Claims to have had a lack of foot speed in his little league years
as a quarterback. “Everybody out there would talk about how slow
I was...and I let that get in my head. I wanted to be fast.” So he
convinced his mother to buy him running parachutes and strength
shoes designed to increase speed. “My mom would be out with
me at 10 o’clock at night timing me in the 40 in the dark. I was al-
ways conscious about working on my speed, my technique, my
footwork and my breaks.” With the urging of his high school
coach, Asante made the switch from quarterback to cornerback
his senior year of high school.“He told me I wasn’t going to college
as a 5-foot-7 quarterback. I knew I had to get faster and stronger
if I wanted to play defense.” He did both.
• Asante's father, Jasper, gave him his first name, which means
"Thank You" in Swahili
• Owns a record label called DEEPSIDE Entertainment, which fea-
tures six artists including P-Bo Florida, T-Stunna, Young A.C., and
J-Balla. The label currently has singles I’m Gon’ Stunt and With-
out You playing on the radio in Southern Florida. “Music is some-
thing I’ve always been interested in, but I was never able to pursue
it until I came across the right situation. Now I’m trying to expand
it as big as it can go. I want turn it into a major label, I want to
brand DEEPSIDE Entertainment.”
• Has recently invested in a weekly sitcom, Fantasy Over Reality,
that focuses on fantasy football. Some NFL players, including the
Texans Andre Johnson and the Bears Matt Forte have already
made appearances on the show.
Check out an episode by going to FantasyoverReality.com
INJURY REPORT
• Suffered a neck strain in the 2nd quarter at Chi. (11/22/09) and
was sidelined for the remainder of the game
SINCE 2003
Player INTs TDs
Ed Reed 41 6
Darren Sharper 36 8
Asante Samuel 35 4
Charles Woodson 32 6
Champ Bailey 30 3
SINCE 2006
Player INTs TDs
Asante Samuel 29 2
Charles Woodson 27 6
Ed Reed 24 4
Oshiomogho Atogwe 18 1
DeAngelo Hall 18 1
NFL’S INTERCEPTION LEADERS
Pro Bowls: 2007, 2008
INT Opponent
3 vs. Chi (11/26/06)
2 vs. Was (11/29/09)
2 vs. TB (10/11/09)
2 vs. Phi (11/25/07)
2 at Ten (12/31/06)
2 vs. Mia (10/8/06)
MULTIPLE-INT GAMES
(6) ◦
Player INTs
Asante Samuel 9
Jairus Byrd (Buf.) 9
Darren Sharper (NO) 9
Charles Woodson (GB) 8
Nick Collins (GB) 6
2009 NFL
INTERCEPTION LEADERS
Player INTS
Bill Bradley, 1971 11
Bill Bradley, 1972 9
Don Burroughs, 1960 9
Ed “Bibbles” Bawel, 1955 9
Asante Samuel, 2009 9
EAGLES INTERCEPTION
LEADERS, SINGLE-SEASON
Samuel is the only player in NFL
history to register at least one
INT return for a TD in each of his
first six NFL seasons (including
postseason)
Player KD
Asante Samuel 118
Sheldon Brown 108
Terence Newman 105
Dre' Bly 100
*according to Stats Inc.
MOST KDS SINCE 2003
ASANTE SAMUEL
Description Opponent
44-yd INT return* 1/4/09 at Min (Jackson)
50-yd INT return 12/15/08 vs Cle (Dorsey)
39-yd INT return* 1/21/07 at Ind (Manning)
36-yd INT return* 1/7/07 vs NYJ (Pennington)
40-yd INT return 11/25/07 vs Phi (Feeley)
73-yd INT return* 1/7/06 vs Jax (Leftwich)
34-yd INT return 12/12/04 vs Cin (Palmer)
55-yd INT return 9/21/03 vs NYJ (Testeverde)
*postseason game
TOUCHDOWNS (8) ◦ 7-1 RECORD
TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds
2003 NE 16/1 36 33 3 0.0 0 2 55 55t 1 9 0 0 0
2004 NE 13/8 34 32 2 0.0 0 1 34 34t 1 12 2 0 0
2005 NE 15/15 53 41 12 0.0 0 3 15 15 0 18 0 0 0
2006 NE 15/15 62 56 6 0.0 0 10 120 33 0 24 1 0 0
2007 NE 16/14 44 42 2 0.0 0 6 89 42 1 18 0 0 0
2008 Phil. 15/15 40 31 9 0.0 0 4 64 50T 1 21 0 0 0
2009 Phil. 15/15 42 34 8 0.0 0 9 117 37 0 9 1 1 0
TOTALS 105/83 311 269 42 0.0 0 35 494 55t 4 111 4 1 0
PLAYOFFS
2003 NE 3/0 3 3 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
2004 NE 3/3 11 10 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0
2005 NE 2/2 7 7 0 0.0 0 2 73 73t 1 6 0 0 0
2006 NE 3/3 7 7 0 0.0 0 2 75 39t 2 8 0 0 0
2007 NE 3/3 9 7 2 0.0 0 1 10 10 0 3 0 0 0
2008 Phil. 3/2 8 6 2 0.0 0 2 69 44T 1 1 0 0 0
TOTALS 17/13 45 40 5 0.0 0 7 227 73t 4 23 0 0 0
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: (2) - 2003 (2)
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Tackles 8 (4x - 11/26/06 vs. Chi.)
INTs 3 (11/26/06 vs. Chi.)
INT Lg 73T (1/7/06 vs. Jax., AFC-WC)
55T (9/21/03 vs. NYJ)
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Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car W 1/1 3 1 4 0.0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/1 5 1 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/1 3 2 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/1 3 1 4 0.0 0 2 46 31 2 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/1 0 0 0 0.0 0 1 -1 -1 1 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/1 4 0 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/1 1 0 1 0.0 0 1 37 37 0 1 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/1 2 0 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/1 0 1 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/1 3 0 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/1 0 0 0 0.0 0 2 17 17 0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/1 3 0 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/1 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/1 2 2 4 0.0 0 1 18 18 0 0 1
Dec 27 Den W 1/1 4 0 4 0.0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 15/15 34 8 42 0.0 0 9 114 37 9 1 1
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Mullen HS, Denver, CO
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Alex Smith signed a one-year deal with the Eagles on 9/8/09. A vet-
eran of four NFL seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Smith
was traded to the New England Patriots in the 2009 offseason and
spent the entire preseason there before being released on 9/5 as
part of the team’s final roster cutdown. Originally a third- round
draft choice of Tampa Bay in 2005, Smith led the Buccaneers tight
ends in receptions in three of his four seasons there
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Appeared in 58 games (43 starts) for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers,
posting 129 receptions for 1,252 yards (9.7 avg.) and 11 touch-
downs
PERSONAL
• His father, Edwin, was the first-ever Bahamian NFL player and
played defensive end for the Denver Broncos from 1973-1976
• Attended Mullen HS and was a Super Prep first-team All-Ameri-
can, Prep Star All-Midlands, All-State and All-Centennial League
selection following his senior year
• Also a three-year letterwinner in basketball and a four-year let-
terwinner in track. Named honorable mention All-Colorado and
first-team All-League in basketball as a senior
• Has taken football back to the Bahamas, where he hosted a youth
football camp in the summers of 2006-08
• During the 2009 offseason, participated in the NFL Business Man-
agement and Entreprenuerial Program at the Stanford Graduate
School of Business
• Founded the EASII Foundation in 2007 with the goal of helping un-
derprivileged youth gain college scholarships
• Earned a Bachelor’s degree in economics
• Full name is Edwin Alexander Smith
Year Team GP/GS No Yds Avg Lg TD
2005 TB 16/10 41 367 9.0 24 2
2006 TB 14/7 35 250 7.1 27 3
2007 TB 14/14 32 385 12.0 33 3
2008 TB 14/12 21 250 11.9 34 3
2009 Phil 15/5 3 25 8.3 11 0
TOTALS 73/48 132 1277 9.7 34 11
PLAYOFFS
2005 TB 1/1 3 14 4.7 11 0
2007 TB 1/1 3 26 8.7 15 1
TOTALS 2/2 6 40 6.7 15 1
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS:
TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS: 1 - (2008)
SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 2 - (2005)
SPECIAL TEAMS FUMBLES FORCED: 1 - (2005)
KICKOFF RETURNS: (2009) - (1 - 4 - 4lg)
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Receptions 8 (12/24/05 vs. Atl)
Yards 79 (12/23/07 at SF)
Long 34 (10/26/08 at Dal.)
TDs 2 (2x - 10/7/07 at Ind.)
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Date Opp W/L P/S No Yds Avg Lg TD
Sep 13 at Car W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/1 0 0 0.0 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/1 0 0 0.0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/0 1 11 11.0 11 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/0 1 11 11.0 11 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/1 0 0 0.0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/1 0 0 0.0 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/1 0 0 0.0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/0 1 3 3.0 3 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 15/5 3 25 8.3 11 0
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1/20/77 in Texarkana, TX
Hooks HS, Hooks, TX
Acquired - FA [2009]
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Jeremiah Trotter signed a one-year contract with the Eagles on
9/29/09 and is now in his third stint in Philadelphia. Originally a
third-round draft choice of the Eagles in 1998, Trotter racked up
100-or-more tackles and led the team in that category in five of his
seven seasons in Philadelphia. The four-time Pro Bowler last played
with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2007 after being released by the
Eagles prior to the start of that season.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Was named to the NFC Pro Bowl squad for the fourth time in his
career following the 2005 season. In doing so, became the fourth
linebacker in Eagles history to earn four Pro Bowl selections, join-
ing Chuck Bednarik (8), Maxie Baughan (5), and Bill Bergey (4)
• Prior to signing with the Eagles, started 117 games over the past
ten seasons, recording a total of 1,184 tackles. Posted 100-or-
more tackles in seven of those eight seasons
• In 95 regular season starts as an Eagle, has totaled 967 tackles
(10.2/game)
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Notched a season-high 11 tackles at NYG (12/13)
BIDSEED
• Founded his own real estate company, Jeremiah Trotter Inc. “It’s
something that I’ve always had a passion for and always wanted
to get into.” Trotter’s company has built condominiums in Santo
Domingo, Dominican Republic, and also built an orphanage in San
Juan Bale, which he visited in the 2007 offseason. “We’re putting
in 70-plus units. I’m very excited about it. Just meeting the kids
down there, it was a very special feeling for me knowing I could
help them out in some way. I’m grateful that I have the power to
do that.”
• Learned the value of hard work - while also developing his mas-
sive upper body - by chopping wood for the family business run by
his late father, Myra. After a big play, Trotter honors the work
ethic he was taught by his father by motioning as if he was chop-
ping wood with an ax. Said Jeremiah, “Football really wasn’t that
hard. Running and lifting, that was easy compared to the work I
did at home ... I did anything I could do to make money, anything
I could to help the family. It was hard work. I didn’t play a lot of
games. I worked. Looking back, I don’t think I’d want it any other
way.”
Tackles 21 (at Dal. 12/12/99)
Sacks 2 (vs. Arz. 11/19/00)
INTs 1 (10x - vs. NYG 9/17/06)
INT Lg 50 (at Dal. 11/18/01)
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Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car NOT ON ROSTER
Sep 20 NO NOT ON ROSTER
Sep 27 KC NOT ON ROSTER
Oct 11 TB W 1/1 1 1 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/1 0 2 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/1 0 1 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/0 0 1 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/1 4 2 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/0 3 2 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/1 2 1 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/1 7 4 11 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/0 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/1 0 1 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 12/7 18 15 33 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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Pro Bowls: 2000, 2001, 2004, 2005
TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds
1998 Phil. 8/0 4 3 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
1999 Phil. 16/16 202 107 95 2.5 13.5 2 30 30 0 8 2 1 0
2000 Phil. 16/16 171 100 71 3.0 9 1 27 27t 1 7 0 0 0
2001 Phil. 16/16 164 103 61 3.5 29 2 64 50t 1 7 1 1 0
2002 Was. 12/12 104 72 32 0.0 0 1 2 2 0 6 0 0 0
2003 Was. 16/16 129 88 41 1.5 5 1 21 21 0 8 1 1 0
2004 Phil. 16/9 80 54 26 1.0 8 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
2005 Phil. 15/15 169 104 65 1.0 9 1 2 2 0 7 3 0 0
2006 Phil. 16/16 161 97 64 0.0 0 1 17 17 0 2 1 0 0
2007 TB 3/1 17 11 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2009 Phil. 12/7 33 18 15 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 146/124 1234 757 477 12.5 73.5 9 163 50T 2 46 8 3 0
PLAYOFFS
2000 Phil. 2/2 17 13 4 1.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2001 Phil. 3/3 24 21 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
2004 Phil. 3/3 19 17 2 0.5 5.5 1 35 35 0 2 0 0 0
2006 Phil. 2/2 13 12 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
TOTALS 10/10 73 63 10 1.5 5.5 1 35 35 0 3 1 0 0
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS:
SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: (23) - 2009 (1), 2004 (13), 2001 (1), 1999 (1), 1998 (7)
TOUCHDOWNS: (2) - 2000 [27-yd. INT return at Dal. 9/3/00 (QB Troy Aikman)], 2001
[50-yd. INT return at Dal. 11/18/01 (QB Ryan Leaf)]
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Oregon
Rookie
Born 5/2/85 in Sacramento, CA
Center HS, Antelope, CA
Acquired - D5c-09 [159th overall]
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A fifth-round draft choice of the Eagles in 2009, Fenuki Tupou (fen-
OO-key TWO-poe) suffered a chest injury in the preseason and was
placed on the Injured Reserve list on 9/5/09. A two-time All-Pac 10
selection as a left tackle at Oregon, Tupou twice garnered All-Mid
Empire Conference honors at Sierra College from 2004-05, before
transferring to Oregon in 2006.
COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS
• A two-time All-Pac 10 selection, started 22 of 24 games at Oregon,
registering 159 knockdowns, 25 touchdown-resulting blocks and
11 downfield blocks
• Was penalized only once in two seasons as a starter
• Allowed only two QB pressures and 2.5 sacks on 786 pass plays
• Earned third-team All-America honors and first-team All-Pac 10
honors after starting at left tackle in all 12 games as a senior in
2008. Anchored an offensive line that ranked 2nd in the nation in
rushing (280.1 yards per game)
• Was a second-team All-Pac 10 selection in his first year as a
starter at Oregon in 2007. Was part of an offense that led the con-
ference in total offense (467.5 yards per game) and ranked 12th in
the nation in scoring (38.2 points per game)
• Was a two-time All-Mid Empire conference selection at Sierra
College from 2004-05
PERSONAL
• Parents are Mele (mother) and Tevita Kulu Tupou (father). Mele is
a tax technician and Tevita works as an electrician for a LDS
Church
• One of six children; has four brothers and one sister. One of his
younger brothers, Sitani is a DT at Sierra, and the other, Chris-
tian, plays DT at USC
• Enjoys reggae music. His favorite artist is Lucky Dube
• Lists his favorite movie as Braveheart
• Comes from a polynesian background, where family is a very im-
portant influence on his life. “I am always just relaxing with my
family. My brothers and my cousins and I are all very close. They
were the main reason I got into football. Growing up and watch-
ing them motivated me to become a good player.”
• Tupou spends the offseason training with his brothers and
cousins. “We have an old rusty set of weights in my back yard.They
probably weigh twice what they normally would because of all the
rust. We all get together and lift some weights out there. Then we
like to put the pads and helmets on and get after it.”
• Attended Center HS, where he lined up at quarterback, defensive
end, tight end, and defensive tackle. Also lettered in rugby and
track
• Earned a degree in political science and hopes to become a civil
attorney after his playing days are over
INJURY HISTORY
• Was placed on the Injured Reserve list on 9/5/09 with a chest in-
jury
His definition of an O-lineman: "You have to be a smart guy, but
you also need to be big and athletic. You need to get along with
everybody, especially on the offensive line, because you’re all
working together so much. But, you are also the guys who do all
the dirty work."
Favorite O-lineman: Jonathan Ogden. "He was just so athletic
for his size. I loved watching him dominate for so many years.
For a guy his size to move the way he did was incredible."
High School Hero: In addition to playing QB, DE, TE, and DT on
his high school football team, Tupou also starred as a rugby
player. “It definitely helped me become a better football player,
especially with conditioning and toughness.”
IN THE TRENCHES
YEAR TEAM GP/GS
2009 Phil IR
Totals 0/0
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6/26/80 in Newport News, VA
Warwick HS, Newport News, VA
Acquired - FA [2009]
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Michael Vick signed a one-year deal with the Eagles on 8/13/09.
Drafted with the first overall selection in the 2001 draft by Atlanta,
Vick spent six seasons with the Falcons. A multi-dimensional threat
at quarterback in both the pass and run game, Vick’s nine career
100-yard rushing games are the most by a quarterback in NFL his-
tory, and his 3,954 career rushing yards ranks third all time behind
Randall Cunningham (4,928) and Steve Young (4,239).
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Appeared in 74 regular season
games (67 starts) from 2001-06,
completing 930 of 1,730 passes for
11,505 yards and 71 touchdowns,
while rushing for 3,859 yards and 21
touchdowns
• Holds four of the top five single-
game rushing totals by a QB in NFL
history
• Since 2001, Vick’s 156
rushes of 10 yards or
more is the most by a
QB (McNabb ranks
2nd with 92)
• Set an NFL postseason record for a quarterback with 119 rushing
yards in the 2004 NFC Divisional Playoff win vs. StL (1/15/05)
• Became the first quarterback to ever throw for more than 250
(252) yards and rush for over 100 (115) yards in the same game at
Denver (10/31/04)
• In his first season as a full-time starter, led the Falcons in a 27-2
upset over Green Bay in the 2002 NFC Wildcard playoff game
(1/4/03), ending the Packers’ undefeated playoff record at Lam-
beau Field
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Named the team's Ed Block Courage Award recipient. The award
honors those National Football League players who exemplify
commitment to the principles of sportsmanship and courage and
is given by a vote of the team for effort as well as individual per-
formance
• Scored his second rushing touchdown of the season on a one-yard
run at NYG (12/13)
• In his first return to Atlanta (12/6), scored his first touchdown as
an Eagle on a 5-yard run, marking his 22nd career rushing touch-
down and his first since 10/15/06 vs. NYG at the Georgia Dome.
He also threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to TE Brent Celek, mark-
ing his 11th game with touchdowns via both rushing and passing
(8-2-1 record). The touchdown was set up by a 43-yard completion
to Reggie Brown, his longest since a 52-yarder on 12/16/06 vs.
Dallas. He finished the day 2-2 passing for 48 yards and one
touchdown, adding 17 yards rushing on four attempts and a
touchdown
• Had a 34-yard run on the opening drive, his longest run since he
recorded a 51-yarder as a Falcon vs. NO (11/26/06)
• Played vs. KC (9/27), appearing in his first game since 12/31/06
at Lincoln Financial Field as a member of the Falcons. In doing
so, he also became just the second left-handed quarterback in
team history to throw a pass (Allie Sherman - 1943)
INJURY REPORT
• Suffered a quad contusion in the 1st quarter vs. SF (12/20/09) and
was sidelined for the remainder of the game
Pro Bowls: 2002, 2004, 2005
Attempts
Player Atts
Bobby Douglass (1972) 141
Ed Danowski (1935) 130
Michael Vick (2006) 123
Michael Vick (2004) 120
R. Cunningham (1990) 118
Yards
Player Yds.
Michael Vick (2006) 1039
Bobby Douglass (1972) 968
R. Cunningham (1990) 942
Michael Vick (2004) 902
Michael Vick (2002) 777
SINGLE-SEASON RUSHING LEADERS - NFL QBS
Player Yards
Randall Cunningham 4,928
Steve Young 4,239
Michael Vick 3,954
CAREER RUSHING LEADERS - NFL QBs
NFL RECORDS HELD BY VICK
9 Most 100-yard rushing games by a QB (first QB to tally more than 4)
1,039 Most rushing yards by a QB in a single season (2006)
8.45 Highest yards per carry average in a single season (2006)
225 Best two-game rushing total by a QB (166 vs. NO - 11/26/06; 59 at Was. - 12/3/06)
173 Most rushing yards by a QB in a single game (12/1/02 at Min.)
119 Most rushing yards by a QB in a postseason game (1/15/08 vs. StL)
1,066 Most rushing yards by a QB in his first two seasons (2001, 2002)
Player Yards
Michael Vick 173
Michael Vick 166
Michael Vick 141
Bobby Douglass 127
Michael Vick 127
SINGLE-GAME RUSHING
NFL QBs SINCE 1970
Yds Date Opp Att TD
173 12/1/02 at Min 12 2
166 11/26/06 vs. NO 12 0
141 12/7/03 vs. Car 14 1
127 9/17/06 vs. TB 14 1
119* 1/15/05 vs. StL 8 0
Yds Date Opp Att TD
115 10/31/04 at Den 12 0
109 9/19/04 vs. StL 12 0
104 11/21/04 at NYG 15 0
101 10/1/06 vs. Arz 11 0
*postseason game
100-YARD RUSHING GAMES (9) ◦ 8-1 RECORD
MICHAEL VICK
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 83.8 113 777 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
TOTALS 86/68 1,743 936 53.7 11,591 6.7 72 52 74t 187/1,153 75.9 553 3,954 7.2 58 23
Career record as a starter: (38-28-1; .575) - 2001 (1-1), 2002 (9-6-1), 2003 (3-1), 2004 (11-4), 2005 (8-7), 2006 (7-9)
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 0 23 57.5 218 5.5 2 1 31 5/47 79.0 12 145 12.1 47 0
TOTALS 4/4 103 58 56.3 609 5.9 3 3 31 8/74 71.2 28 239 8.5 47 0
Career playoff record as a starter: (2-2; .500) - 2002 (1-1), 2004 (1-1)
ADDITIONAL STATISTICS:
RECEPTIONS: 2005 - (1), 2006 - (1)
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Cmps. 24 (11/10/02 at Pit.)
Yds. 337 (12/22/02 vs. Det.)
LG 74t (11/17/02 vs. NO)
TDs 4 (2x - 12/16/06 vs Dal.)
Comp.% 85.7 (1/2/05 at Sea.)
QB Rat 142.7 (10/29/06 at Cin.)
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Rush Atts. 15 (11/21/04 at NYG)
Yds. 173 (12/1/02 at Min.)
LG 58 (9/26/04 vs. Arz.)
TDs 2 (4x - 12/12/05)
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Date Opp W/L GP/GS Att Cmp Pct Yds TD Int Lg Sack/Yds Rat Att Yds Avg Lg TD Net Yds Pct. Offense
Sep 13 at Car EXEMPT LIST
Sep 20 NO INACTIVE
Sep 27 KC W 1/0 2 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0/0 39.6 1 7 7.0 7 0 7 1.7
Oct 11 TB W 1/0 3 1 33.3 1 0 0 1 0/0 42.4 4 10 2.5 11 0 11 3.4
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0.0 1 -4 -4.0 -4 0 0 0.0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/0 1 1 100.0 5 0 0 5 0/0 87.5 3 9 3.0 9 0 14 5.3
Nov 1 NYG W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0.0 2 3 1.5 4 0 3 0.7
Nov 8 Dal L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0.0 1 2 2.0 2 0 2 0.7
Nov 15 at SD L 1/0 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0/0 39.6 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/0 1 1 100.0 0 0 0 0 0/0 79.2 1 34 34.0 34 0 34 9.0
Nov 29 Was W 1/0 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0/0 39.6 2 4 2.0 4 0 4 1.0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/0 2 2 100.0 48 1 0 43 0/0 158.3 4 17 4.3 5T 1 65 17.1
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/0 2 1 50.0 32 0 0 0 0/0 95.8 3 11 3.7 5 1 43 11.5
Dec 20 SF W 1/1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0.0 2 2 1.0 2 0 2 0.0
Dec 27 Den INACTIVE/3rd QB
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 12/1 13 6 46.2 86 1 0 43 0/0 93.8 24 95 4.0 34 2 185 4.2
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Carson-Newman College
5th year
Born 9/23/1982 in Melbourne, FL
Satellite HS, Satellite Beach, FL
Acquired - FA [Sea] 2009
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Leonard Weaver signed a one-year deal with the Eagles on 3/20/09
after spending his first four seasons with the Seahawks. Originally
signed as a rookie free agent by Seattle in 2005, Weaver has proven
to be a versitile fullback and a big-play threat out of the backfield.
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Has set career highs in rushing yards (321), total touchdowns (4)
and rushing touchdowns (2)
• Rushed for a career-high 17 attempts and posted 52 yards vs. SF
(12/20)
• Scored on a one-yard touchdown run at NYG (12/13)
• Accumulated 100 yards of total offense (37 rushing, 63 receiving)
at Atl. (12/6), reaching that plateau for the second time in his ca-
reer. His 59-yard catch and run was the second-longest of his ca-
reer. He also caught a 4-yard touchdown pass from QB Donovan
McNabb, his second of the season (ties a career high)
• Scored on a 41-yard touchdown rush vs. NYG (11/1), the longest
carry of his career and the longest run by an Eagles fullback since
Anthony Toney’s 44-yarder on 10/8/89 vs. NYG. Also finished the
game with a career-high in rushing attempts (8) and yards (75)
• Caught a 20-yard pass for a touchdown (QB Donovan McNabb) vs.
TB (10/11)
BIRDSEED
• Started the Leonard Weaver Family Foundation to help those with
diabetes and to spread knowledge about the disease. His inspi-
ration came from his grandmother, who tragically died of diabetes
during his rookie season. He also has done work with the ADA in
Seattle and plans to continue that work in Philadelphia
•Nicknamed “The Bishop” and “Church Van” by his teammates in
Seattle, he recently became an ordained minister after training
with AME Baptist Church in Knoxville, TN. One day plans to start
his own church after his playing days are over
• Hosted an annual “Summer Bash” in the inner city of
Seattle, which was a free picnic with music and games
for kids and their families
• Loves to listen to Gospel and R&B music and hopes to
purchase a studio to produce his own some day
QUOTES
• McNabb on Weaver: “We
have another dimension
with Weaver. He can play
the tailback position. He
can play the fullback po-
sition. He can catch the
ball out of the backfield.
He’s picking up blitzes for
us, doing a great job with
that. That helps us in so
many ways to be able to
have a versatile guy like that. Whenever he’s back there, you have
that confidence knowing he’s going to do the right thing.”
Yards Date Opponent Rec. TDs
116 10/26/08 at SF 4 2
100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES (1) ◦ 1-0 RECORD
Spends four hours every Tuesday dur-
ing the season teaching reading and
writing to 7th and 8th graders at
Bosnall Family School in Camden, NJ.
“If I can reach the kids of the next gen-
eration, share some of those things
that I’ve been through, what I’ve
learned, what things have helped me
become the man I am, then they’ll
carry it on.”
TUESDAYS WITH PROFESSOR WEAVER
RUSHING RECEIVING
Year Team GP/GS Att Yds Avg Lg TD No Yds Avg Lg TD STT
2005 Sea. 16/0 17 80 4.7 24 0 1 12 12.0 12 0 2
2006 Sea. 0/0 Injured Reserve/Ankle
2007 Sea. 16/4 33 146 4.4 37 1 39 313 8.0 46 0 1
2008 Sea. 14/7 30 130 4.3 15 0 20 222 11.1 62T 2 3
2009 Phil. 15/7 69 321 4.7 41T 2 15 140 7.3 59 2 5
TOTALS: 61/18 149 677 4.5 41T 3 75 687 9.2 62T 4 11
PLAYOFFS
2005 Sea. 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
2006 Sea. 0/0 Injured Reserve/Ankle
2007 Sea. 2/1 5 27 5.4 17T 1 2 8 4.0 8 0 0
TOTALS: 3/1 5 27 5.4 17T 1 2 8 4.0 8 0 0
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
FUMBLES/LOST: (1/1) - 2008 (1/1),
SPECIAL TEAMS FORCED FUMBLES: (2) - 2008 (1), 2005 (1)
KICKOFF RETURNS: (1/1) - 2009 (1-18-18lg)
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Rush atts 17 (12/20/09 vs. SF)
Yards 75 (11/1/09 vs. NYG)
Long 41T (11/1/09 vs. NYG)
TDs 1 (4x - 12/13/09 at NYG)
Recepts 6 (12/30/07 at Atl.)
Yards 116 (10/26/08 at SF)
Long 62T (10/26/08 at SF)
TDs 2 (10/26/08 at SF)
Touches 19 (12/20/09 vs. SF)
Scrim yds 129 (10/26/08 at SF)
Total TDs 2 (10/26/08 at SF)
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RUSHING RECEIVING
Date Opp. W/L P/S Att Yds Avg Lg TD No Yds Avg Lg TD TYS
Sep 13 at Car W 1/1 1 11 11.0 11 0 1 -3 -3.0 -3 0 8
Sep 20 NO L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2 14 7.0 9 0 14
Oct 11 TB W 1/0 2 4 2.0 3 0 1 20 20.0 20T 1 24
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2 3 1.5 3 0 3
Oct 26 at Was W 1/1 1 1 1.0 1 0 1 1 1.0 1 0 2
Nov 1 NYG W 1/0 8 75 9.4 41T 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 75
Nov 8 Dal L 1/1 8 33 4.1 7 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 33
Nov 15 at SD L 1/0 2 2 1.0 2 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/1 3 9 3.0 4 0 2 12 6.0 6 0 21
Nov 29 Was W 1/1 6 44 7.3 18 0 1 4 4.0 4 0 48
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/1 5 37 7.4 17 0 2 63 31.5 59 1 100
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/0 9 33 3.7 10 1 1 8 8.0 8 0 41
Dec 20 SF W 1/1 17 52 3.1 9 0 2 18 9.0 12 0 70
Dec 27 Den W 1/0 7 20 2.9 5 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 20
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 15/7 69 321 4.7 41T 2 15 140 7.3 59 2 461
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One of the game's toughest and most electrifying players, Brian
Westbrook is the Eagles all-time leader in yards from scrimmage. A
third round draft choice in 2002, Westbrook was one of the most dec-
orated players in NCAA Division I-AA history at nearby Villanova.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Ranks 3rd in the NFL
since 2004 with 8,524
scrimmage yards
• Since 2004, leads all
NFL RBs in receptions
(376), receiving yards
(3,352)., receiving TDs
(25) and YAC (3,126)
• Is the only active NFL player with 20-or-more TDs both rushing
and receiving (37 rush, 29 rec.)
• Among Eagles RBs all-time, ranks 1st in recepions (422), receiv-
ing yards (3,770), and receiving TDs (29)
• Holds the Eagles all-time single-season records in yards from
scrimmage (2,104) and receptions (90), both set in 2007
• Led the NFL in 2007 with 2,104 scrimmage yards
• With 20 career 100-yard rushing games (regular and postseason),
ranks t-2nd in team history behind Wilbert Montgomery (26)
• Has twice registered over 100 yards both rushing and receiving in
the same game (110 rushing, 111 receiving on 9/23/07 vs. Det.;
101 rushing, 113 receiving on 10/22/06 at TB)
• In 10 career playoff games, ranks 1st in team history in career
rushing yards (591), t-2nd in career rushing TDs (3), t-1st in career
total TDs (6), and 2nd in career rushing attempts (129)
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Led the team in receptions (9) for 91 yards at Oak. (10/18), and
rushed for 50 yards, passing Steve Van Buren (5,860) to move into
second place on the Eagles all-time rushing list
• Rushed for a 7-yard TD vs. TB (10/11), moving into third place on
the Eagles all-time list with 68 career touchdowns
• Played in his 100th regular season game as an Eagle (9/13 at
Car.), tying Wilbert Montgomery for third place in team history
among running backs
• Scored his 29th career receiving touchdown (9/13 at Car.), moving
past Fred Barnett and into 10th place in team history
INJURY REPORT
• Was rendered inactive games 10-14 with a concussion
• Suffered a concussion in the third quarter at SD (11/15/09) and
was sidelined for the remainder of the game
• Was rendered inactive vs. NYG (11/1/09) and vs. Dal (11/8/09) with
a concussion
• Suffered a concussion in the first quarter at Was. (10/26/09) and
was sidelined for the remainder of the game
• Was rendered inactive vs. KC (9/27/09) with an ankle sprain
• Suffered an ankle sprain in the 4th quarter vs. NO (9/20) and was
sidelined for the remainder of the game
BIRDSEED
• Owns a 23-acre horse farm in Upper Marlboro, MD. "Westbrook
Farm" is a full-service boarding facility that is highlighted by a
large outside sand ring with lights, an indoor arena with open
sides allowing fresh air circulation, a variety of jumps, and a round
training-pen. A true horse enthusiast, Brian also owns three
quarter horses, JoJo, Hawk and Sunny. To learn more about the
farm, log on to: WestbrookHorseFarm.com
• Has three Rottweilers: Capone, Chino and Cane. A fan of mafia
movies, Westbrook named Capone after the famous Chicago mob-
ster
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5-10, 203
Villanova
8th year
Born 9/2/79 in Wash, DC
DeMatha HS, Hyattsville, MD
Acquired - D3-02 (91st overall)
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Player Yards
B. Westbrook 3,352
L. Tomlinson 2,357
Player TDs
B. Westbrook 25
L. Tomlinson 10
Player Rec.
B. Westbrook 376
L. Tomlinson 290
Player YAC
B. Westbrook 3,126
L. Tomlinson 2,710
TOP RECEIVING RBs SINCE 2004
Player Yards TDs
LaDainian Tomlinson 10,282 111
Steven Jackson 8,931 48
Brian Westbrook 8,524 55
Thomas Jones 8,454 51
Clinton Portis 7,882 47
MOST SCRIMMAGE YARDS SINCE 2004
Yds Date Opp Att TD
167 10/26/08 vs Atl 22 2
148 11/18/07 vs Mia 32 0
141* 1/7/07 vs NYG 20 1
131 12/7/08 at NYG 33 1
124 11/26/06 at Ind. 20 1
122 12/25/06 at Dal 26 0
120 11/27/05 vs GB 20 1
120 10/14/07 at NYJ 20 0
119 9/12/04 vs NYG 17 0
119 10/3/04 at Chi 22 0
117 9/24/06 at SF 8 2
Yds Date Opp Att TD
116* 1/13/07 at NO 13 2
116 12/9/07 vs NYG 20 0
113 11/12/06 vs Was 22 0
110 9/23/07 vs Det 14 2
110 11/27/08 vs Ari 22 2
102 11/19/06 vs Ten 22 0
101 10/22/06 at TB 13 0
100 11/11/07 at Was 20 1
100 12/23/07 at NO 17 0
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100-YARD RUSHING GAMES (20) ◦ 15-5 RECORD
RUSHING TOTALS
Player Yds.
W.Montgomery 6,538
B. Westbrook 5,978
S. Van Buren 5,860
Player Atts.
W.Montgomery 1,465
S.Van Buren 1,320
B.Westbrook 1,303
Player Avg.
R.Cunningham (QB) 6.6
D.McNabb (QB) 6.0
B.Westbrook 4.6
Player TDs
S.Van Buren 69
W.Montgomery 45
B.Westbrook 37
SCRIMMAGE TOTALS
Player Yds.
B.Westbrook 9,748
H.Carmichael 9,042
Player Touches
W.Montgomery 1731
B.Westbrook 1,725
Player Total TDs
H.Carmichael 79
S.Van Buren 77
B.Westbrook 68
RECEIVING TOTALS
Player Receptions
H.Carmichael 589
P.Retzlaff 452
B.Westbrook 422
CAREER RANKINGS IN EAGLES HISTORY
Yds Date Opp Rec TD
156 12/5/04 vs GB 11 3
140 9/25/05 vs Oak 6 1
Yds Date Opp Rec TD
113 10/22/06 at TB 7 1
111 9/23/07 vs Det 5 1
100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES (4) ◦ 3-1 RECORD
Pro Bowls: 2004, 2007
BRIAN WESTBROOK
RUSHING RECEIVING PUNT RETURNS
Year Team GP/GS Att Yds Avg Lg TD No Yds Avg Lg TD No FC Yds Avg Lg TD
2002 Phil. 15/3 46 193 4.2 18 0 9 86 9.6 20 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
2003 Phil. 15/8 117 613 5.2 62T 7 37 332 9.0 38 4 20 16 306 15.3 84T 2
2004 Phil. 13/12 177 812 4.6 50 3 73 703 9.6 50 6 2 0 14 7.0 14 0
2005 Phil. 12/12 156 617 4.0 31 3 61 616 10.1 62 4 8 2 60 7.5 23 0
2006 Phil. 15/14 240 1217 5.1 71T 7 77 699 9.1 52T 4 5 3 39 7.8 13 0
2007 Phil. 15/15 278 1333 4.8 36 7 90 771 8.6 57T 5 4 0 79 19.8 64 0
2008 Phil. 14/14 233 936 4.0 39T 9 54 402 7.4 47 5 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
2009 Phil. 7/7 56 257 4.6 25 1 21 161 7.7 34 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
TOTALS 106/85 1303 5978 4.6 71T 37 422 3770 8.9 62 29 39 21 498 12.8 84T 2
PLAYOFFS
Year Team GP/GS Att Yds Avg Lg TD No Yds Avg Lg TD No FC Yds Avg Lg TD
2002 Phil. 2/1 3 5 1.7 3 0 3 25 8.3 13 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
2003 Phil. 0/0 - - - - - -IR/Triceps - - - - - - - -
2004 Phil. 3/3 43 210 4.9 36 0 17 146 8.6 24 2 3 0 19 6.3 10 0
2006 Phil. 2/2 33 257 7.8 62T 3 5 17 3.4 6 0 3 0 9 3.0 5 0
2008 Phil. 3/3 50 119 2.4 14 0 7 119 17.0 71T 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
TOTALS 10/9 129 591 4.6 62T 3 32 307 9.6 71T 3 6 0 28 4.7 10 0
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
KICKOFF RETURNS: 2003 - 23-487-47lg
PASSING: 2002 (1-1-25-1TD)
FUMBLES/LOST: (12/9) - 2008 (2/1), 2007 (2/1), 2006 (2/2), 2004 (1/1), 2003 (3/2), 2002 (2/2)
PLAYOFF FUMBLES/LOST: (2/0) - 2008 (1/0), 2006 (1/0)
SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: (17) - 2002 (12), 2003 (5)
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Rush atts 33 (12/7/08 at NYG)
Yards 167 (10/26/08 vs. Atl)
Long 71T (9/24/06 at SF)
TDs 2 (6x - 11/27/08 vs. Arz
Recepts 14 (11/4/07 vs. Dal)
Yards 156 (12/5/04 vs. GB)
Long 71T (1/4/09 at Min., NFC-WC)
62 (9/25/05 vs. Oak.)
TDs 3 (12/5/04 vs. GB)
Touches 39 (12/7/08 at NYG)
Scrim yds 221 (9/23/07 vs. Det)
Total TDs 4 (11/27/08 vs. Arz)
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RUSHING RECEIVING
Date Opp W/L GP/GS Att Yds Avg Lg TD No Yds Avg Lg TD TYS
Sep 13 at Car W 1/1 13 64 4.9 17 0 3 8 2.7 4 1 72
Sep 20 NO L 1/1 13 52 4.0 16 0 3 14 4.7 7 0 66
Sep 27 KC INACTIVE/ANKLE
Oct 11 TB W 1/1 6 18 3.0 7 1 2 17 8.5 20 0 35
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/1 6 50 8.3 25 0 9 91 10.1 34 0 141
Oct 26 at Was W 1/1 3 13 4.5 5 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 13
Nov 1 NYG INACTIVE/CONCUSSION
Nov 8 Dal INACTIVE/CONCUSSION
Nov 15 at SD L 1/1 6 28 4.7 11 0 2 26 13.0 17 0 54
Nov 22 at Chi INACTIVE/CONCUSSION
Nov 29 Was INACTIVE/CONCUSSION
Dec 6 at Atl INACTIVE/CONCUSSION
Dec 13 at NYG INACTIVE/CONCUSSION
Dec 20 SF INACTIVE/CONCUSSION
Dec 27 Den W 1/1 9 32 3.6 9 0 2 5 2.5 6 0 37
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 7/7 56 257 4.6 25 1 21 161 7.7 34 1 418
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Player Rush TDs Rec. TDs
Marshall Faulk 100 36
Lenny Moore 63 48
James Brooks 49 30
John David Crow 38 35
Brian Westbrook 37 29
Frank Gifford 34 43
Timmy Brown 31 26
PLAYERS WITH AT LEAST 25 RUSHING
AND 25 RECEIVING TDS - NFL HISTORY
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Howard
7th year
Born 4/14/81 in Charleston, SC
Timberland HS, St. Stephen, SC
Acquired - FA 2008
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A veteran linebacker and standout special teamer, Tracy White is in
his second season with the Eagles after joining the team on
10/14/08. Originally a rookie free agent signing of Seattle in 2003,
White excels in all phases of special teams and has also made an
impact as part of the linebacker rotation in 2009.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Has racked up 94 career special teams tackles in 93 games
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• Leads the team with 371 special teams production points and
ranks third with 18 special teams tackles
• Notched his first-career interception (QB Alex Smith), which led to
a field goal vs. SF (12/20)
• Recovered a fumble that was forced by RB Eldra Buckley on kick-
off coverage, which led to a TD at Atl. (12/6)
• Tipped a pass by Jay Cutler into the air, that was intercepted by
Sean Jones, sealing a victory at Chi. (11/22)
BIRDSEED
• Has been working to help build a "Hope Center" in his hometown
of St. Stephen, SC. The building and program is being designed to
provide activities for the youth in the area such as football, swim-
ming and basketball
For more information, log on to www.baileysbash.org
• Draws inspiration from his father, Emanuel, who was rendered
legally blind from a brain tumor he suffered from over 20 years
ago. "It happened when I was in the first grade," said White. "He
never let it get him down. He has a great sense of humor and I re-
ally admire the way he has been able to live his life. He is the best
dad I could ever ask for."
Tracy and Emanuel enjoy playing the card game spades together
and talking about the NFL. "My dad is a big fan of the Cowboys, so
we've had fun together throughout my life since I was an Eagles
fan growing up."
Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
Sep 13 at Car W 1/0 0 1 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 20 NO L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 KC W 1/0 0 3 3 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 11 TB W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 18 at Oak L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 26 at Was W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/0 2 0 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/0 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/0 0 2 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/0 4 0 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/0 3 1 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 1 1 5 5 0 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/0 3 0 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 15/0 13 7 20 0.0 4 1 5 5 1 0 0
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Tackles 13 (10/24/04 at Arz.)
Sacks 1.0 (10/24/04 at Arz.)
INTs 1 (12/20/09 vs. SF)
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TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT
2003 Sea. 11/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9
2004 Sea. 10/2 26 19 7 1.0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
2005 Jax. 15/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
2006 GB 14/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17
2007 GB 13/0 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16
2008 GB 5/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
2008 Phil. 10/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10
2008 Total 15/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16
2009 Phil. 15/0 20 13 7 0.0 0 1 5 5 0 1 0 0 0 18
TOTALS 93/2 47 32 15 1.0 7 1 5 5 0 1 0 0 0 94
PLAYOFFS
2007 GB 2/1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
2008 Phil. 3/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
TOTALS 5/1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
SPECIAL TEAMS FUMBLE RECOVERIES: 2 - 2009 (1), 2007 (1)
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TOUCHDOWNS (1) ◦ 1-0 RECORD
After spending most of his career primarily on special teams, White
has caught the eye of his coaches this season, earning valuable
playing time and making a big impact as a nickel linebacker.
• Andy Reid on White’s progression as a player: “We brought him
here as a special teams player and Tracy told me when he got
here, ‘You know I can play linebacker too if you give me a chance.’
We’ve worked him into some of our nickel packages and he’s ob-
viously a good athlete; very fast. He’s not the biggest guy in the
world but he’s fast and has athletic ability.”
• Quintin Mikell on White’s ability as a linebacker: “With Tracy, a
lot of people don’t know, but he can fly. For a linebacker, he’s got
a lot of speed, a lot of quickness and he can make plays. He can
hit [too], so to get the opportunity that he’s getting right now, he’s
taking advantage of it.”
NOT JUST A SPECIAL TEAMER
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6-1, 240
Georgia
8th Year
8/19/1980, in San Antonio, TX
Rutherford High, Panama City, FL
Acquired - Trade [StL] 2009
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Will Witherspoon was acquired by the Eagles on 10/20/09 in a trade
with the St. Louis Rams. Originally a third-round draft choice of
Carolina in 2002, he spent four seasons with the Panthers from
2002-05 before signing with the Rams in 2006. Now in his eighth
NFL season, Witherspoon has proven to be a versatile and durable
linebacker over the course of his career.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• In his first game as an Eagle, according to the Elias Sports Bu-
reau, became the second player in NFL history to record a sack
and an interception return for a TD (at Was. - 10/26/09) in his first
game with a new team since Buffalo’s Sam Adams (vs. NE -
(9/7/03)
• Since 2002, is one of six play-
ers in the NFL with 20-plus
sacks and nine-plus INTs
• In 2007, was named the
team’s MVP. That year he led
the team in tackles (136) and
tallied a career-high seven
sacks, becoming the first
linebacker in Rams history to
lead the Rams in sacks since Kevin Greene (10) in 1992
• Has 25 career double-digit tackle games, including playoffs
• Is a two-time USA Today All-Joe Team selection (2003, 2007)
2009 HIGHLIGHTS
• In his first game as an Eagle, notched a sack, forced fumble and
interception of Redskins QB Jason Campbell at Was. (10/26),
marking the second time in his career that he recorded one of
each in the same game (11/14/04 at SF as a member of the Pan-
thers).
• Is the first defensive player in Eagles history to score a touchdown
in his first game as an Eagle
• Started at WILL linebacker at Sea. (9/13), marking his 100th ca-
reer start and his first start at WILL linebacker since 1/22/06
BIRDSEED
• Will and former Pan-
thers teammate, Dan
Morgan, own and oper-
ate two dog day-care centers, Club K-9, in Charlotte, NC. A true
dog lover, Will once had two Weimaraners, an English Mastiff, a
Great Dane and a Great Swiss Mountain Dog at the same time
when he lived in North Carolina. He currently has a German Shep-
herd back in Missouri
• Was very involved with Child Center-Marygrove, an organization
that provides a safe and nurturing environment to severely dis-
turbed children, young adults and their families, when he lived in
Missouri. “We would just hang out. I’d talk with them, lounge with
them. We had some good times. I’ve been to a couple of their
events. There is a lot of great stuff happening at Child Center-
Marygrove.”
• The son of a retired military officer, Witherspoon was born in San
Antonio, TX, and has lived in Germany, England, Arizona and
Florida. With his father stationed abroad growing up, the family
chose to live in the community instead of military bases so the
children could broaden their education and experience different
cultures.
INJURY REPORT
• Suffered a hip and back injury
in overtime at Jax. (11/18) and
was sidelined for the remain-
der of the game
Player Sacks Ints
Joey Porter 69.5 11
Mike Vrabel 47.0 9
Karlos Dansby 25.5 10
Brian Urlacher 23.5 12
Will Witherspoon 20.0 9
Adrian Wilson 20.0 21
PLAYERS WITH 20+ SACKS
AND 9+ INTS SINCE 2002
Is the proud owner of Shiregate
Farms, a 450-acre farm located in
Owensville, MO. Originally started
as a hobby farm, He and his farm
manager are currently working to
establish a co-operative business
for grass-fed beef, and are hoping
to expand into local markets.
SPOON’S STABLES
Is the first defensive player
in Eagles history to score a
touchdown in his first game
as an Eagle
WILL WITHERSPOON
Date Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
with St. Lous Rams
Sep 13 at Sea L 1/1 5 1 6 0.0 N/A 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 20 at Was L 1/1 6 4 10 0.0 N/A 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 27 GB L 1/1 3 0 3 0.0 N/A 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 4 at SF L 1/1 3 3 6 0.0 N/A 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 11 Min L 1/1 3 1 4 0.0 N/A 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 18 at Jax L 1/1 4 3 7 0.0 N/A 0 0 0 0 0 0
acquired from St. Louis 10/20/09
Oct 26 at Was W 1/0 7 2 9 1.0 0 1 9T 9T 0 1 0
Nov 1 NYG W 1/1 6 2 8 0.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0
Nov 8 Dal L 1/1 7 2 9 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 15 at SD L 1/1 2 1 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 22 at Chi W 1/1 5 0 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Nov 29 Was W 1/1 6 0 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 6 at Atl W 1/1 4 2 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
Dec 13 at NYG W 1/1 4 1 5 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 20 SF W 1/1 4 2 6 0.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0
Dec 27 Den W 1/1 1 2 4 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 3 at Dal
Totals 16/15 70 26 96 1.0 2 1 9T 9T 5 1 0
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TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS
Year Team GP/GS Tot Solo Ast Sacks Yds Int Yds Lg TD KD FF FR Yds STT
2002 Car. 15/8 88 49 39 1.5 17 0 0 0 0 5 1 1 0 9
2003 Car. 16/16 114 76 38 1.0 9 1 10 10 0 4 0 0 0 3
2004 Car. 16/16 110 82 28 3.0 23 4 48 25 0 5 2 1 0 1
2005 Car. 15/15 109 78 31 2.5 13 2 35 35T 1 13 0 0 0 2
2006 StL 16/16 136 104 32 3.0 8 0 0 0 0 9 1 1 0 3
2007 StL 16/16 132 103 29 7.0 54 0 0 0 0 10 2 1 0 3
2008 StL 16/12 88 61 27 1.0 10 1 2 2 0 2 0 1 0 6
2009 StL 6/6 36 24 12 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Phil. 10/9 60 46 14 1.0 2 1 9T 9T 1 5 1 0 0 0
2009 Total 16/15 96 70 26 1.0 2 1 9T 9T 1 5 1 0 0 0
TOTALS 126/114 873 623 250 20.0 136 9 104 35T 2 53 7 5 0 28
PLAYOFFS
2003 Car. 4/4 37 20 17 1.0 7 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0
2005 Car. 3/3 20 14 6 1.0 5 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0
TOTALS 7/7 57 34 23 2.0 12 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 0
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Description Opponent
9-yard INT return at Was. 10/26/09
35-yard INT return vs. NYJ 11/13/05
TOUCHDOWNS (2)
Tackles 16 (at Sea. 10/21/07)
Sacks 2.0 (2x - vs. Sea 11/25/07)
INTs 1 (9x - at Was. 10/26/09)
INT lg 35T (vs. NYJ 11/13/05)
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MOST SEASONS PLAYED
Name Seasons
1. Chuck Bednarik, (1949-1962) 14
2. Brian Dawkins, (1996-2008) 13
Harold Carmichael, (1971-1983) 13
Frank (Bucko) Kilroy, (1943-1955) 13
Vic Sears, (1941-1953) 13
6. Jerry Sisemore, (1973-1984) 12
Bobby Walston, (1951-1962) 12
MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED
Name Games
1. Harold Carmichael (1972-1983) 162
2. Randy Logan (1973-1983) 159
3. Bobby Walston (1951-1962) 148
4. Jon Runyan (2000-08) 144
5. Ken Clarke (1977-1987) 139
6. Herman Edwards (1977-1985) 135
7. Frank LeMaster (1974-1982) 129
8. Sheldon Brown (2002-09) 127
Jerry Sisemore (1974-1982) 127
MOST REGULAR SEASON GAMES PLAYED
Name Pos Years Seasons GP
1. Brian Dawkins FS 1996-2008 13 183
2. Harold Carmichael WR 1971-1983 13 180
3. David Akers K 1999-2009 11 171
4. Chuck Bednarik C/LB 1949-1962 14 169
5. Tra Thomas T 1998-2008 11 166
6. Randy Logan S 1973-1983 11 159
7. Guy Morriss C 1973-1983 11 157
8. Jerry Sisemore T 1973-1984 12 156
9. Bobby Walston K/WR 1951-1962 12 148
Ken Clarke DT 1978-1987 10 148
11. Donovan McNabb QB 1999-2009 11 147
12. Jon Runyan T 2000-2008 9 144
13. Ron Jaworski QB 1977-1986 10 142
14. William Thomas LB 1991-1999 9 140
15. Andre Waters SS 1984-1993 10 137
Wes Hopkins FS 1983-1993 10 137
17. Herman Edwards DB 1977-1985 9 135
18. Frank Kilroy T 1943-1955 13 134
Nate Ramsey DB 1963-1972 10 134
20. Pete Retzlaff E 1956-1966 11 132
John Bunting LB 1972-1982 11 132
MOST GAMES PLAYED BY POSITION
Quarterbacks Pos Years Seasons GP
1. Donovan McNabb QB 1999-2009 11 147
2. Ron Jaworski QB 1977-1986 10 142
3. Randall Cunningham QB 1985-1995 11 122
4. Norm Snead QB 1964-1970 7 85
5. Sonny Jurgensen QB 1957-1963 7 83
Offensive Lineman Pos Years Seasons GP
1. Chuck Bednarik C/LB 1949-1962 14 169
2. Tra Thomas T 1998-2008 11 166
3. Guy Morriss C 1973-1983 11 157
4. Jerry Sisemore T 1973-1984 12 156
5. Jon Runyan T 2000-2008 9 144
WRs/TEs Pos Years Seasons GP
1. Harold Carmichael WR 1971-1983 13 180
2. Bobby Walston K/WR 1951-1962 12 148
3. Pete Retzlaff E 1956-1966 11 132
4. Charles Smith WR 1974-1981 8 118
5. John Spagnola TE 1979-1987 8 111
Running Backs Pos Years Seasons GP
1. Tom Woodeshick B 1963-1971 9 111
2. Brian Westbrook RB 2002-2009 8 106
3. Keith Byars RB 1986-1992 7 105
4. Wilbert Montgomery RB 1977-1984 8 100
5. Duce Staley RB 1997-2003 7 98
Defensive Lineman Pos Years Seasons GP
1. Ken Clarke DT 1978-1987 10 148
2. Hollis Thomas DT 1996-2005 10 126
3. Clyde Simmons DE 1986-1993 8 124
4. Reggie White DE/DT 1985-1992 8 121
5. Don Hultz DT 1964-1973 10 119
Linebackers Pos Years Seasons GP
1. Chuck Bednarik C/LB 1949-1962 14 169
2. William Thomas LB 1991-1999 9 140
3. John Bunting LB 1972-1982 11 132
4. Frank LeMaster LB 1974-1982 9 129
5. Seth Joyner LB 1986-1993 8 120
Secondary Pos Years Seasons GP
1. Brian Dawkins FS 1996-2008 13 183
2. Randy Logan S 1973-1983 11 159
3. Andre Waters SS 1984-1993 10 137
Wes Hopkins FS 1983-1993 10 137
5. Herman Edwards DB 1977-1985 9 135
6. Nate Ramsey DB 1963-1972 10 134
7. Sheldon Brown CB 2002-2009 8 127
8. Bobby Taylor CB 1995-2003 9 119
9. Troy Vincent CB 1996-2003 8 118
Brenard Wilson S 1979-1986 8 118
Kickers Pos Years Seasons GP
1. David Akers K 1999-2009 11 171
2. Bobby Walston K/WR 1951-1962 12 148
3. Sam Baker K 1964-1969 6 82
4. Tony Franklin K 1979-1983 5 73
5. Paul McFadden K 1984-1987 4 60
Punters Pos Years Seasons GP
1. Max Runager P 1979-83, 1989 6 72
2. Sean Landeta P 1999-02, 2005 5 65
3. Jeff Feagles P 1990-1993 4 64
Tom Hutton P 1995-1998 4 64
5. Dirk Johnson P 2003-2006 4 55
ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON SERVICE
ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON SCORING
ALL-TIME LEADING SCORERS
Player Years Games TDs XPM XPA FGM FGA 2pt Pts
1. David Akers 1999-2009 (11) 171 0 394 400 262 318 0 1180
2. Bobby Walston (WR/K) 1951-1962 (12) 148 46 365 384 80 157 0 881
3. Sam Baker 1964-1969 (6) 82 0 205 213 90 153 0 475
4. Harold Carmichael (WR) 1971-1983 (13) 180 79 0 0 0 0 0 474
5. Steve Van Buren (B) 1944-1951 (8) 83 77 2 2 0 0 0 464
6. Tony Franklin 1979-1983 (5) 73 0 172 182 80 128 0 412
7. Brian Westbrook (RB) 2002-2009 (8) 106 68 0 0 0 0 1 410
8. Tommy McDonald (FL) 1957-1963 (7) 88 67 0 0 0 0 0 402
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
11. Pete Pihos (E) 1947-1955 (9) 107 63 0 0 0 0 0 378
12. Timmy Brown (B) 1960-1967 (8) 96 62 0 0 0 0 0 372
13. Mike Quick (WR) 1982-1990 (9) 101 61 0 0 0 0 0 366
14. Wilbert Montgomery (RB) 1977-1984 (8) 100 58 0 0 0 0 0 348
15. Tom Dempsey 1971-1974 (4) 47 0 84 90 66 108 0 282
Pete Retzlaff (E) 1956-1966 (11) 132 47 0 0 0 0 0 282
17. Cliff Patton 1946-1950 (5) 52 0 160 166 28 61 0 244
18. Gary Anderson 1995-1996 (2) 32 0 72 73 47 59 0 213
19. Calvin Williams (WR) 1990-1996 (7) 93 34 0 0 0 0 1 206
20. Ben Hawkins (FL) 1966-1973 (8) 102 33 0 0 0 0 0 198
MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Career
PLAYER TDS
1. Harold Carmichael (WR). . . . 79
2. Steve Van Buren (B) . . . . . . . 77
3. Brian Westbrook (RB) . . . . . . 68
4. Tommy McDonald (FL) . . . . . 67
5. Pete Pihos (E) . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
6. Timmy Brown (B) . . . . . . . . . 62
7. Mike Quick (WR) . . . . . . . . . . 61
8. Wilbert Montgomery (RB) . . 58
9. Pete Retzlaff (E) . . . . . . . . . . 47
10. Bobby Walston (WR/K) . . . . . 46
MOST FGs MADE, Career
PLAYER FGM
1. David Akers . . . . . . . . . . . . . 262
2. Paul McFadden . . . . . . . . . . . 91
3. Sam Baker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
4. Roger Ruzek . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
5. Bobby Walston (WR/K) . . . . . 80
Tony Franklin. . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
7. Tom Dempsey . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
8. Gary Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . 47
9. Chris Boniol . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
10. Cliff Patton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
MOST FGAs, Career
PLAYER FGA
1. David Akers . . . . . . . . . . . . . 318
2. Bobby Walston (WR/K) . . . . 157
3. Sam Baker . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
4. Tony Franklin . . . . . . . . . . . 128
5. Paul McFadden . . . . . . . . . . 124
6. Roger Ruzek . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
Tom Dempsey . . . . . . . . . . . 108
8. Cliff Patton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
9. Gary Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . 59
10. Chris Boniol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
MOST PATs MADE, Career
PLAYER XPM
1. David Akers . . . . . . . . . . . . . 394
2. Bobby Walston (WR/K) . . . . 365
3. Sam Baker . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205
4. Tony Franklin. . . . . . . . . . . . 172
5. Cliff Patton . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160
6. Roger Ruzek . . . . . . . . . . . . 139
7. Paul McFadden . . . . . . . . . . 117
8. Tom Dempsey . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
9. Gary Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . 72
10. Chris Boniol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
MOST PATs ATT., Career
PLAYER XPA
1. David Akers . . . . . . . . . . . . . 400
. Bobby Walston (WR/K) . . . . 384
3. Sam Baker . . . . . . . . . . . . . 213
4. Tony Franklin . . . . . . . . . . . 182
5. Cliff Patton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166
6. Roger Ruzek . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
7. Paul McFadden . . . . . . . . . . 119
8. Tom Dempsey . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
9. Gary Anderson. . . . . . . . . . . . 73
10. Chris Boniol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
MOST POINTS, SEASON
Player Year TDs XPM XPA FGM FGA 2pt Pts
1. David Akers 2008 0 45 45 33 40 0 144
2. David Akers 2009 0 43 45 32 36 0 139
3. David Akers 2002 0 43 43 30 34 0 133
4. David Akers 2004 0 41 42 27 32 0 122
5. David Akers 2000 0 34 36 29 33 0 121
6. Paul McFadden 1985 0 29 29 25 30 0 116
7. David Akers 2001 0 37 38 26 31 0 115
Gary Anderson 1996 0 40 40 25 29 0 115
9. David Akers 2003 0 42 42 24 29 0 114
Bobby Walston (WR/K) 1954 11 36 39 4 10 0 114
Led NFL Led Conference
LONGEST FIELD GOALS
PLAYER GAME LG
1. Tony Franklin 11/12/1979 at Cowboys 59
2. David Akers 9/14/2003 vs. Patriots 57
3. Tom Dempsey 12/12/1971 vs. StL Cardinals 54
4. David Akers 9/30/2007 at Giants 53
David Akers 10/24/1999 at Dolphins 53
Roger Ruzek 12/9/1990 at Dolphins 53
7. David Akers 11/8/09 vs. Cowboys 52
David Akers 10/5/2003 vs. Redskins 52
Paul McFadden 10/13/1985 vs. StL Cardinals 52
Paul McFadden 11/4/1984 at Lions 52
Tony Franklin 11/27/1983 at Redskins 52
Tom Dempsey 11/12/1972 at Houston Oilers 52
Tom Dempsey 10/15/1972 vs. LA Rams 52
Tom Dempsey 12/5/1971 at Lions 52
ALL-TIME SCORING
TDs by rushing . . . . . . . . .900
TDs by reception . . . . . .1402
TDs by INT return . . . . . . .88
TDs by kickoff return . . . . .25
TDs by punt return . . . . . .26
TDs by fumble return . . . .67
TDs by blocked punt . . . . . .7
FGs Made . . . . . . . . . . . .1085
ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON SCORING
MOST CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS
PLAYER (YEARS) FGS
1. David Akers (2009) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
David Akers (2001) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
3. David Akers (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
David Akers (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
5. David Akers (2003) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
David Akers (1999-2000) (1 in 1999, 12 in 2000) . . . . . . . . . . 13
7. David Akers (2002) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Gary Anderson (1996). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Sam Baker (1966-67) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
MOST CONSECUTIVE PATs
PLAYER (YEARS) PATS
1. David Akers (2004-2009) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .171
2. David Akers (2001-04) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .153
3. Cliff Patton (1947-49) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84
TOP SINGLE-GAME SCORING PERFORMANCES
MOST POINTS, Game
PLAYER GAME PTS
1. Bobby Walston (WR/K) 10/17/1954 at Redskins 25
2. Brian Westbrook (RB) 11/27/2008 vs. Cardinals 24
Irving Fryar (WR) 10/20/1996 vs. Dolphins 24
Wilbert Montgomery (RB) 10/7/1979 vs. Redskins 24
Wilbert Montgomery (RB) 10/15/1978 at Redskins 24
Ben Hawkins (FL) 9/28/1969 vs. Steelers 24
Tommy McDonald (FL) 10/4/1959 vs. Giants 24
Clarence Peaks (B) 11/16/1958 vs. Chi. Cardinals 24
Joe Carter (E) 11/6/1934 vs. Cin. Reds 24
MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Game
PLAYER GAME TDS
1. Brian Westbrook (RB) 11/27/2008 vs. Cardinals 4
Irving Fryar (WR) 10/20/1996 vs. Dolphins 4
Wilbert Montgomery (RB) 10/7/1979 vs. Redskins 4
Wilbert Montgomery (RB) 10/15/1978 at Redskins 4
Ben Hawkins (FL) 9/28/1969 vs. Steelers 4
Tommy McDonald (FL) 10/4/1959 vs. Giants 4
Clarence Peaks (B) 11/16/1958 vs. Chi. Cardinals 4
Joe Carter (E) 11/6/1934 vs. Cin. Reds 4
MOST FIELD GOALS MADE, Game
PLAYER GAME FGM
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
Gary Anderson 10/1/1995 at Saints 5
5. 23 times last by David Akers 11/29/09 vs. Redskins 4
MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED, Game
PLAYER GAME FGA
1. Tom Dempsey 11/12/1972 at Houston Oilers 7
2. David Akers 10/3/2004 at Bears 6
3. David Akers 10/18/2009 at Raiders 5
David Akers 10/12/2008 at 49ers 5
David Akers 10/14/2007 at Jets 5
David Akers 11/18/2001 at Cowboys 5
Gary Anderson 12/22/1996 vs. Arz. Cardinals 5
Gary Anderson 10/1/1995 at Saints 5
MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) TDS
1. Steve Van Buren (1945) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
2. Brian Westbrook (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Terrell Owens (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Wilbert Montgomery (1979) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Steve Van Buren (1947) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
6. (six times) last by Westbrook (2003) . . . . . . . . . . . .13
MOST FGs MADE, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) FGM
1. David Akers (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
2. David Akers (2009) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
3. David Akers (2002) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Paul McFadden (1984) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
5. David Akers (2000) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
MOST FGA, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) FGA
1. David Akers (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Tom Dempsey (1973) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
3. Paul McFadden (1984) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
4. David Akers (2009) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
5. Tom Dempsey (1972) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
MOST PATs ATTEMPTED, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) XPA
1. Cliff Patton (1948) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
2. David Akers (2006) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Tony Franklin (1980) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Roger Ruzek (1990) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Bobby Walston (1953) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
MOST PATs MADE, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) XPM
1. Cliff Patton (1948) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
2. David Akers (2006) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Tony Franklin (1980) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
4. David Akers (2008), . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
Roger Ruzek (1990), Sam Baker (1967),
Bobby Walston (1953)
Most Consecutive Games With TD
PLAYER (YEAR) GAMES
1. Steve Van Buren (1947) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
2. (five times) last by Ricky Watters (1990) . . . . . . . . . .6
ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON PASSING
ALL-TIME LEADING PASSERS QB INT
Player Years Gm Att Cmp Pct Yds TD INT Lg Rat Pct
1. Donovan McNabb 1999-2009 (11) 147 4710 2781 59.0 32650 216 100 91t 86.6 2.1
2. Ron Jaworski 1977-86 (10) 142 3918 2088 53.3 26963 175 151 99t 74.0 3.9
3. Randall Cunningham 1985-95 (11) 122 3362 1874 55.7 22877 150 105 95t 78.7 3.1
4. Norm Snead 1964-70 (7) 85 2236 1154 51.6 15672 111 124 87t 67.7 5.5
5. Tommy Thompson 1941-50 (8) 88 1396 723 51.8 10240 90 100 75t 67.4 7.2
6. Sonny Jurgensen 1957-63 (7) 83 1107 602 54.4 9639 76 73 84 79.1 6.6
7. Bobby Thomason 1952-57 (6) 68 1113 556 50.0 8124 57 80 67t 61.2 7.2
8. Norm Van Brocklin 1958-60 (3) 36 998 542 54.3 7497 55 51 91t 75.7 5.1
9. Roman Gabriel 1973-77 (5) 53 1185 661 55.8 7221 47 37 80t 74.2 3.1
10. Adrian Burk 1951-56 (6) 70 960 457 47.6 6203 55 77 84t 54.4 8.0
11. Rodney Peete 1995-98 (4) 30 756 434 57.4 4945 17 27 62 69.8 3.6
12. Ty Detmer 1996-97 (2) 21 645 372 57.7 4478 22 19 57 78.2 2.9
13. King Hill 1961-68 (8) 71 635 325 51.2 4308 29 51 92t 54.8 8.0
14. Pete Liske 1971-72 (2) 28 407 214 52.6 2930 14 22 69t 64.8 5.4
15. Mike Boryla 1974-76 (3) 22 514 270 52.5 2823 20 29 48t 58.2 5.6
16. Davey O'Brien 1939-40 (2) 22 478 223 46.7 2614 11 34 NA 41.8 7.1
17. Jim McMahon 1990-92 (3) 21 363 215 59.2 2581 13 13 75t 78.1 3.6
18. Bobby Hoying 1996-98 (3) 16 449 242 53.9 2534 11 15 72t 64.8 3.3
19. Bubby Brister 1993-94 (2) 17 385 232 60.3 2412 16 6 58 85.8 1.6
20. Roy Zimmerman 1944-46 (3) 31 311 147 47.3 2373 21 26 75t 60.9 8.4
MOST ATTEMPTS, Career
PLAYER ATT
1. Donovan McNabb. . . . . . . 4,710
2. Ron Jaworski . . . . . . . . . . 3,918
3. Randall Cunningham. . . . 3,362
4. Norm Snead . . . . . . . . . . . 2,236
5. Tommy Thompson . . . . . . 1,396
6. Roman Gabriel . . . . . . . . . 1,185
7. Bobby Thomason . . . . . . . 1,113
8. Sonny Jurgensen . . . . . . . 1,107
9. Norm Van Brocklin . . . . . . . 998
10. Adrian Burk . . . . . . . . . . . . . 960
MOST COMPLETIONS, Career
PLAYER COMP
1. Donovan McNabb. . . . . . . 2,781
2. Ron Jaworski . . . . . . . . . . 2,088
3. Randall Cunningham. . . . 1,874
4. Norm Snead . . . . . . . . . . . 1,154
5. Tommy Thompson. . . . . . . . 723
6. Roman Gabriel . . . . . . . . . . 661
7. Sonny Jurgensen . . . . . . . . 602
8. Bobby Thomason . . . . . . . . 556
9. Norm Van Brocklin . . . . . . . 542
10. Adrian Burk . . . . . . . . . . . . . 457
MOST TD PASSES, Career
PLAYER TDs
1. Donovan McNabb . . . . . . . . 216
2. Ron Jaworski. . . . . . . . . . . . 175
3. Randall Cunningham . . . . . 150
4. Norm Snead . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
5. Tommy Thompson. . . . . . . . . 90
6. Sonny Jurgensen . . . . . . . . . 76
7. Bobby Thomason . . . . . . . . . 57
8. Norm Van Brocklin . . . . . . . . 55
Adrian Burk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
10. Roman Gabriel . . . . . . . . . . . 47
MOST INTs, Career
PLAYER INTs
1. Ron Jaworski. . . . . . . . . . . . 151
2. Norm Snead . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
3. Randall Cunningham . . . . . 105
4. Donovan McNabb . . . . . . . . 100
5. Tommy Thompson. . . . . . . . 100
6. Bobby Thomason . . . . . . . . . 80
7. Adrian Burk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
8. Sonny Jurgensen . . . . . . . . . 73
9. Norm Van Brocklin . . . . . . . . 51
King Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
BEST COMP. PCT., Career
PLAYER COMP %
1. Donovan McNabb. . . . . . . . 59.0
2. Ty Detmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57.7
3. Rodney Peete . . . . . . . . . . . 57.4
4. Roman Gabriel . . . . . . . . . . 55.8
5. Randall Cunningham. . . . . 55.7
6. Sonny Jurgensen . . . . . . . . 54.4
7. Norm Van Brocklin . . . . . . 54.3
8. Ron Jaworski . . . . . . . . . . . 53.3
9. Mike Boryla . . . . . . . . . . . . 52.5
10. Tommy Thompson . . . . . . . 51.8
(min. 500 attempts)
BEST QB RATING, Career
PLAYER QB RATING
1. Donovan McNabb. . . . . . . . 86.6
2. Sonny Jurgensen . . . . . . . . 79.1
3. Randall Cunningham. . . . . 78.7
4. Ty Detmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78.2
5. Norm Van Brocklin . . . . . . 75.7
6. Roman Gabriel . . . . . . . . . . 74.2
7. Ron Jaworski . . . . . . . . . . . 74.0
8. Rodney Peete . . . . . . . . . . . 69.8
9. Norm Snead . . . . . . . . . . . . 67.7
10. Tommy Thompson . . . . . . . 67.4
(min. 500 attempts)
MOST PASSING YARDS, SEASON QB INT
Player Year Att Cmp Pct Yds TDs INTs Lg Rat Pct
1. Donovan McNabb 2008 571 345 60.4 3916 23 11 90t 86.4 1.9
2. Donovan McNabb 2004 469 300 64.0 3875 31 8 80 104.7 1.7
3. Randall Cunningham 1988 560 301 53.8 3808 24 16 80t 77.6 2.9
4. Sonny Jurgensen 1961 416 235 56.5 3723 32 24 69 88.1 5.8
5. Ron Jaworski 1980 451 257 57.0 3529 27 12 56t 91.0 2.7
6. Randall Cunningham 1990 465 271 58.3 3466 30 13 95t 91.6 2.8
7. Ron Jaworski 1985 484 255 52.7 3450 17 20 99t 70.2 4.1
8. Randall Cunningham 1989 532 290 54.5 3400 21 15 66t 75.5 2.8
9. Norm Snead 1967 434 240 55.3 3399 29 24 87t 80.0 5.5
10. Donovan McNabb 2000 569 330 58.0 3365 21 13 70t 77.8 2.3
Led NFL Led Conference
MOST CONSECUTIVE COMPLETIONS
PLAYER GAME(S) COMP
1. Donovan McNabb last 10, 11/28/2004 at NYG 24*
& first 14, 12/5/2004 vs. Packers
2. Donovan McNabb 9/23/2007 vs. Lions 18
3. Donovan McNabb 9/21/2008 vs. Steelers 15**
4. Donovan McNabb 10/23/2005 vs. Chargers 14
5. Donovan McNabb 11/2/2008 at Seahawks 13
last 12, 11/16/2003 vs. Giants 13
& first 1, 11/23/2003 vs. Saints
Bobby Hoying 11/16/1997 at Ravens 13
* NFL Record
**Most consecutive pass completions to start a game
ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON PASSING
LONGEST PASSING PLAYS
PLAYER (GAME) YARDS
1. Ron Jaworski to Mike Quick (11/10/1985 vs. Falcons) . . . . . . . . .99t*
2. Randall Cunningham to Fred Barnett (12/2/1990 at Bills) . . . . . .95t
3. Randall Cunningham to Herschel. Walker (9/4/1994 at Giants) . .93
4. King Hill to Ben Hawkins (9/22/1968 vs. Giants) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92t
5. Donovan McNabb to Terrell Owens (10/30/2005 at Broncos) . . . .91t
Norm Van Brocklin to T. McDonald (10/5/1958 vs. Giants) . . . . . .91t
7. Donovan McNabb to Hank Baskett (9/7/2008 vs. Rams) . . . . . . . .90t
Ron Jaworski to Mike Quick (10/28/1984 vs. StL Cardinals) . . . . .90t
9. A.J. Feeley to Hank Baskett (12/31/2006 vs. Falcons) . . . . . . . . . .89t
10. Donovan McNabb to Hank Baskett (10/8/2006 vs. Cowboys) . . . .87t
Norm Snead to Ben Hawkins (10/22/1967 at StL Cardinals) . . . . .87t
Norm Snead to Timmy Brown (10/4/1964 vs. Steelers) . . . . . . . . .87t
* NFL Record
MOST ATTEMPTS, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) ATT
1. Donovan McNabb (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .571
2. Donovan McNabb (2000) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .569
3. Randall Cunningham (1988) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .560
4. Randall Cunningham (1989) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .532
5. Donovan McNabb (2001) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .493
MOST COMPLETIONS, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) COMP
1. Donovan McNabb (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .345
2. Donovan McNabb (2000) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .330
3. Randall Cunningham (1988) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .301
4. Donovan McNabb (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .300
5. Donovan McNabb (2007) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .291
MOST TD PASSES, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) TDs
1. Sonny Jurgensen (1961) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
2. Donovan McNabb (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
3. Randall Cunningham (1990) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
4. Norm Snead (1967) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
5. Ron Jaworski (1980) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
MOST INTERCEPTIONS, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) INTs
1. Sonny Jurgensen (1962) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
2. Norm Snead (1967) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Sonny Jurgenson (1961) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
4. Norm Snead (1969) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Adrian Burk (1951) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
BEST COMPLETION PCT., Season*
PLAYER (YEAR) COMP %
1. Donovan McNabb (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64.0
2. Donovan McNabb (2007) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61.5
3. Donovan McNabb (2009) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60.7
4. Randall Cunningham (1992) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60.7
5. Donovan McNabb (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60.4
6. Jim McMahon (1991) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60.1
BEST QB RATING, Season*
PLAYER (YEAR) QB RATING
1. Donovan McNabb (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104.7
2. Tommy Thompson (1948) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .98.4
3. Donovan McNabb (2006) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95.5
4. Donovan McNabb (2009) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94.5
5. Randall Cunningham (1990) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91.6
FEWEST INTERCEPTIONS, Season*
PLAYER (YEAR, ATTS.) INTs
1. Bubby Brister (1993, 309) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
2. Donovan McNabb (2002, 361) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Donovan McNabb (2006, 316) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
4. Donovan McNabb (2007, 473) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
LOWEST INT PERCENTAGE, Season*
PLAYER (YEAR, INT-ATTS.) INTs
1. Donovan McNabb (2007, 7-473) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.5
2. Bubby Brister (1993, 5-309) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.6
3. Donovan McNabb (2002, 6-361) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.7
4. Donovan McNabb (2004, 8-469) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.7
*(min. 250 attempts)
TOP SINGLE-GAME PASSING PERFORMANCES
MOST YARDS, Game
PLAYER GAME YARDS
1. Donovan McNabb 12/5/2004 vs. Packers 464
2. Donovan McNabb 11/15/2009 at Chargers 450
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 ATTEMPTS, Game
PLAYER GAME ATT
1. Randall Cunningham 10/2/1989 at Bears 62
2. Davey O'Brien 12/1/1940 at Redskins 60
3. Donovan McNabb 11/16/2008 at Bengals 58
4. Sonny Jurgensen 9/23/1962 vs. Giants 57
5. Donovan McNabb 11/15/2009 at Chargers 55
Donovan McNabb 11/12/2000 at Steelers 55
Roman Gabriel 12/2/1973 at 49ers 55
MOST COMPLETIONS, Game
PLAYER GAME COMP
1. Donovan McNabb 11/15/2009 at Chargers 35
Donovan McNabb 10/23/2005 vs. Chargers 35
2. Randall Cunningham 9/17/1989 vs. at Redskins 34
3. Donovan McNabb 10/2/2005 at Chiefs 33
Sonny Jurgensen 9/23/1962 vs. Giants 33
Davey O'Brien 12/1/1940 at Redskins 33
MOST INTERCEPTIONS, Game
PLAYER GAME INTs
1. Pete Liske 9/26/1971 vs. Cowboys 6
Bobby Thomason 10/21/1956 vs. Chi. Cardinals 6
MOST TD PASSES, Game
PLAYER GAME TDs
1. Adrian Burk 10/17/1954 at Redskins *7
2. Donovan McNabb 9/18/2005 vs. 49ers 5
Donovan McNabb 12/5/2004 vs. Packers 5
Randall Cunningham 9/17/1989 vs. at Redskins 5
Norm Snead 9/28/1969 vs. Steelers 5
Sonny Jurgensen 12/16/1962 at StL Cardinals 5
Sonny Jurgensen 11/26/1961 vs. Cowboys 5
Adrian Burk 11/28/1954 vs. Redskins 5
* NFL Record
ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON RUSHING
ALL-TIME LEADING RUSHERS
Player Years Gm Att Yds Avg Lg TDs
1. Wilbert Montgomery 1977-1984 (8) 100 1,465 6,538 4.5 90t 45
2. Brian Westbrook 2002-2009 (8) 106 1,303 5,978 4.6 71t 37
3. Steve Van Buren 1944-1951 (8) 83 1,320 5,860 4.4 70t 69
4. Duce Staley 1997-2003 (7) 98 1,200 4,807 4.0 64t 22
5. Randall Cunningham (QB) 1985-1995 (11) 122 677 4,482 6.6 52t 32
6. Ricky Watters 1995-1997 (3) 48 975 3,794 3.9 57 31
7. Timmy Brown 1960-1967 (8) 96 850 3,703 4.4 61t 29
8. Tom Woodeshick 1963-1971 (9) 111 831 3,563 4.3 57t 21
9. Donovan McNabb (QB) 1999-2009 (11) 146 571 3,241 5.7 54 28
10. Tom Sullivan 1972-1977 (6) 80 871 3,135 3.6 37 17
11. Clarence Peaks 1957-1963 (7) 83 786 2,927 3.7 57 19
12. Keith Byars 1986-1992 (7) 105 750 2,672 3.6 52 17
13. Billy Barnes 1957-1961 (5) 60 689 2,391 3.5 70t 20
14. Herschel Walker 1992-1994 (3) 48 554 2,344 4.2 91t 14
15. Anthony Toney (FB) 1986-1990 (5) 67 639 2,294 3.6 44 14
16. Charlie Garner 1994-1998 (5) 66 495 2,261 4.6 55t 17
17. Correll Buckhalter 2001-2008 (8) 74 476 2,155 4.5 64t 18
18. Heath Sherman 1989-1993 (5) 76 537 2,130 4.0 37 10
19. Frank Ziegler 1949-1953 (5) 57 519 1,926 3.7 52 11
20. Swede Hanson 1933-1937 (5) 45 493 1,907 3.9 NA 12
MOST ATTEMPTS, Career
PLAYER ATT
1. Wilbert Montgomery. . . . . . . . . 1,465
2. Steve Van Buren . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,320
3. Brian Westbrook . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,303
4. Duce Staley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,200
5. Ricky Watters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 975
6. Tom Sullivan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 871
7. Timmy Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 850
8. Tom Woodeshick . . . . . . . . . . . . . 831
9. Clarence Peaks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 786
10. Keith Byars. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 750
MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Career
PLAYER TDs
1. Steve Van Buren. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
2. Wilbert Montgomery . . . . . . . . . . . 45
3. Brian Westbrook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
4. Randall Cunningham (QB). . . . . . . 32
5. Ricky Watters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
6. Timmy Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
7. Donovan McNabb (QB). . . . . . . . . . 28
8. Duce Staley. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
9. Tom Woodeshick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
10. Billy Barnes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Jim Parmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
BEST RUSHING AVG., Career
PLAYER AVG.
1. Randall Cunningham (QB) . . . . . . 6.6
2. Donovan McNabb (QB) . . . . . . . . . 5.7
3. Brian Westbrook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.6
Charlie Garner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.6
5. Wilbert Montgomery. . . . . . . . . . . 4.5
Correll Buckhalter . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.5
7. Steve Van Buren . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4
Timmy Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4
9. Tom Woodeshick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3
10. Herschel Walker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2
(min. 400 attempts)
MOST RUSHING YARDS, SEASON
Player Year Att Yds Avg Lg TDs
1. Wilbert Montgomery 1979 338 1,512 4.5 62t 9
2. Ricky Watters 1996 353 1,411 4.0 56t 13
3. Wilbert Montgomery 1981 286 1,402 4.9 41 8
4. Brian Westbrook 2007 278 1,333 4.8 36 7
5. Duce Staley 1999 325 1,273 3.9 29 4
Ricky Watters 1995 337 1,273 3.8 57 11
7. Wilbert Montgomery 1978 259 1,220 4.7 47 9
8. Brian Westbrook 2006 240 1,217 5.1 71t 7
9. Steve Van Buren 1949 263 1,146 4.4 41 11
10. Ricky Watters 1997 285 1,110 3.9 28 7
11. Herschel Walker 1992 267 1,070 4.0 38 8
12. Duce Staley 1998 258 1,065 4.1 64t 5
13. Duce Staley 2002 269 1,029 3.8 57 5
14. Earnest Jackson 1985 282 1,028 3.6 59 5
15. Steve Van Buren 1947 217 1,008 4.6 45 13
Led NFL Led Conference
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. Leroy Harris (11/25/1979 at Packers) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80
5. Bosh Pritchard (10/23/1949 vs. Redskins) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77t
6. Herman Hunter (11/24/1985 at Cowboys) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74t
7. Wilbert Montgomery (9/14/1980 at Vikings) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72t
8. Brian Westbrook (9/24/2006 at 49ers) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71t
John Brewer (10/4/1952 vs. Giants) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71t
ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON RUSHING
MOST ATTEMPTS, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) ATT
1. Ricky Watters (1996) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .353
2. Wilbert Montgomery (1979) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .338
3. Ricky Watters (1995) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .337
4. Duce Staley (1999) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .325
5. Wilbert Montgomery (1981) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .286
MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) TDs
1. Steve Van Buren (1945) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
2. Ricky Watters (1996) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Steve Van Buren (1947) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
4. (three times) last by Ricky Watters (1995) . . . . . . . .11
CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH RUSHING TD
PLAYER (YEAR) TDs
1. Steve Van Buren (1947) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
2. Ricky Watters (1995) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
3. Steve Van Buren (1948) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
4. (many times) last by Brian Westbrook (2003) . . . . . .4
TOP SINGLE-GAME RUSHING PERFORMANCES
MOST YARDS, Game
PLAYER GAME YARDS
1. Steve Van Buren 11/27/1949 vs. Steelers 205
2. Duce Staley 9/2/2000 at Cowboys 201
3. Wilbert Montgomery 11/4/1979 vs. Browns 197
4. Swede Hanson 11/6/1934 vs. Cin.Reds 190
5. Timmy Brown 11/7/1965 at Browns 186
MOST ATTEMPTS, Game
PLAYER GAME ATT
1. Heath Sherman 10/6/1991 at Buccaneers 35
Heath Sherman 11/12/1990 vs. Redskins 35
Steve Van Buren 11/20/1949 vs. NY Bulldogs 35
4. Earnest Jackson 10/13/1985 at StL Cardinals 34
5. Brian Westbrook 12/7/08 at Giants 33
Ricky Watters 12/10/1995 vs. Cowboys 33
Steve Van Buren 10/3/1949 vs. Lions 33
MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Game
PLAYER GAME TDs
1. 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 12/9/1945 vs. Boston Yanks 3
Swede Hanson 11/6/1934 vs. Cincinnati Reds 3
ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON RECEIVING
ALL-TIME LEADING RECEIVERS
Player Years Gm Rec Yds Avg Lg TDs
1. Harold Carmichael 1971-1983 (13) 180 589 8,978 15.2 85t 79
2. Pete Retzlaff (TE) 1956-1966 (11) 132 452 7,412 16.4 84 47
3. Brian Westbrook (RB) 2002-2009 (8) 106 422 3,770 8.9 62 29
4. Pete Pihos (E) 1947-1955 (9) 107 373 5,619 15.1 66t 61
5. Keith Byars (RB) 1986-1992 (7) 105 371 3,532 9.5 60 13
6. Mike Quick 1982-1990 (9) 101 363 6,464 17.8 99t 61
7. Bobby Walston (WR/K) 1951-1962 (12) 148 311 5,363 17.2 75t 46
8. Fred Barnett 1990-1995 (6) 81 308 4,634 15.0 95t 28
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
12. Wilbert Montgomery (RB) 1977-1984 (8) 100 266 2,447 9.2 53t 12
13. Ben Hawkins (FL) 1966-1973 (8) 102 261 4,764 18.3 92t 32
14. John Spagnola (TE) 1979-1987 (8) 111 256 2,833 11.1 57 14
15. Keith Jackson (TE) 1988-1991 (4) 60 242 2,756 11.4 73t 20
16. L.J. Smith (TE) 2003-2008 (6) 86 231 2,525 10.9 65 18
Timmy Brown (B) 1960-1967 (8) 96 231 3,346 14.5 87t 26
18. Chad Lewis (TE) 1997-2005 (9) 110 228 2,349 10.3 52 23
19. Irving Fryar 1996-1998 (3) 48 222 3,067 13.8 72t 19
20. Charlie Smith 1974-1981 (8) 118 218 3,349 15.4 48t 24
Current players close to joining the Top 20 List
25. Reggie Brown 2005-2009 (5) 70 177 2,574 14.6 60t 17
MOST RECEIVING YARDS, Career
PLAYER YARDS
1. Harold Carmichael . . . . . . . . . . 8,978
2. Pete Retzlaff (E) . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,412
3. Mike Quick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6,464
4. Pete Pihos (E) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5,619
5. Tommy McDonald (FL) . . . . . . . 5,499
6. Bobby Walston (WR/K) . . . . . . . 5,363
7. Ben Hawkins (FL) . . . . . . . . . . . 4,764
8. Fred Barnett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,634
9. Calvin Williams . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,840
10. Brian Westbrook (RB) . . . . . . . . 3,770
MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Career
PLAYER TDs
1. Harold Carmichael. . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
2. Tommy McDonald (FL). . . . . . . . . . 66
3. Pete Pihos (E) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Mike Quick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
5. Pete Retzlaff (E) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
6. Bobby Walston (WR/K). . . . . . . . . . 46
7. Calvin Williams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
8. Ben Hawkins (FL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
9. Jack Ferrante (E) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
10. Brian Westbrook (RB) . . . . . . . . . . 29
MOST RECEPTIONS, SEASON
Player Year Rec Yds Avg Lg TDs
1. Brian Westbrook (RB) 2007 90 771 8.6 57t 5
2. Irving Fryar 1996 88 1,195 13.6 42 11
3. Irving Fryar 1997 86 1,316 15.3 72t 6
4. Keith Byars (RB) 1990 81 819 10.1 54 3
Keith Jackson (TE) 1988 81 869 10.7 41 6
6. Fred Barnett 1994 78 1,127 14.4 54 5
7. Kevin Curtis 2007 77 1,110 14.4 75t 6
Brian Westbrook (RB) 2006 77 699 9.1 52t 4
Terrell Owens 2004 77 1,200 15.6 59t 14
10. Herschel Walker (RB) 1993 75 610 8.1 55 3
Led NFL Led Conference
MOST RECEIVING YARDS, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) YARDS
1. Mike Quick (1983) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,409
2. Irving Fryar (1997) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,316
3. Ben Hawkins (1967) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,265
4. Mike Quick (1985) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,247
5. Terrell Owens (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,200
6. Irving Fryar (1996) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,195
7. Pete Retzlaff (1965) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,190
8. Tommy McDonald (1962) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,146
9. Tommy McDonald (1961) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,144
10. Fred Barnett (1994) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,127
11. DeSean Jackson (2009) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,120
12. Harold Carmichael (1973) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,116
Harold Jackson (1969) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,116
14. Kevin Curtis (2007) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,110
15. Fred Barnett (1992) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,083
16. Harold Carmichael (1978) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,072
17. Mike Quick (1984) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,052
18. Pete Pihos (1953) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,049
19. Harold Jackson (1972) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,048
20. Harold Carmichael (1981) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,028
ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON RECEIVING
MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) TDs
1. Terrell Owens (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
2. Mike Quick (1983) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Tommy McDonald (1961) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Tommy McDonald (1960) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
5. (seven times) last by Irving Fryar (1996) . . . . . . .11
CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH REC. TD
PLAYER (YEAR) GAMES
1. Mike Quick (1985) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Pete Pihos (1947-48) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
3. (four times) last by James Thrash (2001-02) . . . .5
MOST 100-YD RECEIVING GAMES, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) GAMES
1. Terrell Owens (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
2. Irving Fryar (1997) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Mike Quick (1983) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
4. (eight times) last by DeSean Jackson (2009) . . . .5
CONSECUTIVE 100-YD RECEIVING GAMES
PLAYER (YEAR) GAMES
1. Terrell Owens (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Harold Jackson (last 3 in 1971, first 2 in 1972) . .5
3. Mike Quick (1983) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
4. (eight times) last by Irving Fryar (1996) . . . . . . . .3
TOP SINGLE-GAME RECEIVING PERFORMANCES
MOST YARDS, Game
PLAYER GAME YARDS
1. Tommy McDonald (FL) 12/10/1961 vs. Giants 237
2. Kevin Curtis (WR) 9/23/2007 vs. Lions 221
3. Pete Retzlaff (E) 11/14/1965 vs. Redskins 204
4. Bud Grant (E) 12/7/1952 vs. Dallas Texans 203
5. Timmy Brown (B) 12/16/1962 at StL Cardinals 199
6. Ben Hawkins (FL) 10/22/1967 at StL Cardinals 197
MOST RECEPTIONS, Game
PLAYER GAME REC
1. Brian Westbrook (RB) 11/4/2007 vs. Cowboys 14
Don Looney (E) 12/1/1940 at Redskins 14
3. Brian Westbrook (RB) 11/19/2006 vs. Titans 12
Keith Byars (RB) 9/30/1990 vs. Ind. Colts 12
Keith Jackson (TE) 11/19/1989 vs. Vikings 12
Keith Jackson (TE) 9/17/1989 at Redkins 12
John Spagnola (TE) 10/6/1985 at Saints 12
Harold Carmichael 10/14/1973 at Cardinals 12
MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Game
PLAYER GAME TDs
1. Irving Fryar 10/20/1996 vs. Dolphins 4
Ben Hawkins (FL) 9/28/1969 vs. Steelers 4
Joe Carter (E) 11/6/1934 vs. Cincinnati Reds 4
4. (20 times) last by Kevin Curtis 9/23/2007 vs. Lions 3
ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON SCRIMMAGE YARDS
ALL-TIME LEADERS IN TOTAL YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE
Player Years Gm Touches Yds Avg Yds/G TDs
1. Brian Westbrook (RB) 2002-2009 (8) 106 1,725 9,748 5.7 92.0 66
2. Harold Carmichael (WR) 1971-1983 (13) 180 598 9,042 15.1 50.2 79
3. Wilbert Montgomery (RB) 1977-1984 (8) 100 1,731 8,985 5.2 89.9 57
4. Pete Retzlaff (E) 1956-1966 (11) 132 458 7,408 16.2 56.1 47
5. Duce Staley (RB) 1997-2003 (7) 98 1,475 7,305 5.0 74.5 32
6. Timmy Brown (RB) 1960-1967 (8) 96 1,081 7,049 6.5 73.4 55
7. Mike Quick (WR) 1982-1990 (9) 101 364 6,459 17.7 64.0 61
8. Steve Van Buren (B) 1944-1951 (8) 83 1,365 6,383 4.7 76.9 72
9. Keith Byars (RB) 1986-1992 (7) 105 1,121 6,204 5.5 59.1 30
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
12. Bobby Walston (WR/K) 1951-1962 (12) 148 315 5,375 17.1 36.3 46
13. Ricky Watters (RB) 1995-1997 (3) 48 1,136 5,112 4.5 106.5 32
14. Ben Hawkins (FL) 1966-1973 (8) 102 271 4,772 17.6 46.8 32
15. Tom Woodeshick (B) 1963-1971 (9) 111 956 4,736 5.0 42.7 27
16. Fred Barnett (WR) 1990-1995 (6) 81 312 4,632 14.8 57.2 28
17. Clarence Peaks (B) 1957-1963 (7) 83 961 4,585 4.8 55.2 22
18. Randall Cunningham (QB) 1985-1995 (11) 122 678 4,479 6.6 36.7 32
19. Tom Sullivan (RB) 1972-1977 (6) 80 1,032 4,401 4.3 55.0 22
20. Calvin Williams (WR) 1990-1996 (7) 93 300 3,869 12.9 41.6 34
MOST TOUCHES, Career
PLAYER TOUCHES
1. Wilbert Montgomery. . . . . . . . . 1,731
2. Brian Westbrook . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,725
3. Duce Staley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,475
4. Steve Van Buren . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,365
5. Ricky Watters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,136
6. Keith Byars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,121
7. Timmy Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,081
8. Tom Sullivan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,032
9. Clarence Peaks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 961
10. Tom Woodeshick . . . . . . . . . . . . . 956
BEST YARDS/TOUCH, Career
PLAYER AVG.
1. Timmy Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.5
2. Brian Westbrook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.7
3. Keith Byars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.5
4. Wilbert Montgomery. . . . . . . . . . . 5.2
5. Tom Woodeshick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.0
6. Duce Staley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.0
7. Clarence Peaks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.8
8. Steve Van Buren . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.7
9. Billy Barnes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.5
10. Ricky Watters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.5
(min. 750 touches)
MOST TOUCHES, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) TOUCHES
1. Ricky Watters (1996) . . . . . . . . . . 404
2. Ricky Watters (1995) . . . . . . . . . . 399
3. Wilbert Montgomery (1979). . . . . 379
4. Brian Westbrook (2007) . . . . . . . . 368
5. Duce Staley (1999) . . . . . . . . . . . . 366
BEST YARDS/TOUCH, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) AVG.
1. Timmy Brown (1965) . . . . . . . . . . . 7.4
2. Timmy Brown (1962) . . . . . . . . . . . 7.4
3. Herschel Walker (1994) . . . . . . . . 6.3
4. Steve Van Buren (1945). . . . . . . . . 6.2
5. Brian Westbrook (2003) . . . . . . . . 6.1
Keith Byars (1991). . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.1
(min. 150 touches)
MOST TOTAL YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE, SEASON
Player Year Touches Yards Avg Yds/Gm TDs
1. Brian Westbrook 2007 368 2,104 5.7 140.3 12
2. Wilbert Montgomery 1979 379 2,006 5.3 125.4 14
3. Wilbert Montgomery 1981 335 1,923 5.7 128.2 10
4. Brian Westbrook 2006 317 1,916 6.0 127.7 11
5. Ricky Watters 1996 404 1,855 4.6 115.9 13
6. Ricky Watters 1995 399 1,707 4.3 106.7 12
7. Duce Staley 2002 320 1,570 4.9 98.1 8
8. Duce Staley 1999 366 1,567 4.3 97.9 6
9. Ricky Watters 1997 333 1,550 4.7 96.9 7
10. Timmy Brown 1965 208 1,543 7.4 118.7 9
TOP SINGLE-GAME SCRIMMAGE YARD TOTALS
MOST YARDS, Game
PLAYER GAME YARDS
1. Duce Staley 9/3/2000 at Cowboys 262
2. Timmy Brown 9/16/1962 vs. Cardinals 249
3. Tommy McDonald 12/10/1961 vs. Giants 237
Wilbert Montgomery 11/4/1979 vs. Browns 237
5. Duce Staley 11/11/2001 vs. Vikings 231
MOST TOUCHES, Game
PLAYER GAME TOUCHES
1. Brian Westbrook 12/7/2008 at Giants 39
Heath Sherman 11/12/1990 vs. Redskins 39
Ricky Watters 12/10/1995 vs. Cowboys 39
4. Heath Sherman 10/6/1991 at Buccaneers 37
5. Ricky Watters 10/8/1995 vs. Redskins (ot) 36
ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON INTERCEPTIONS
ALL-TIME INTERCEPTION LEADERS
Player Years INTs Yds Avg Lg TDs
1. Brian Dawkins 1996-2008 (13) 34 515 15.1 67t 2
Bill Bradley 1969-76(8) 34 536 15.8 56t 1
Eric Allen 1988-94(7) 34 482 14.2 94t 5
4. Herman Edwards 1977-85(9) 33 98 3.0 25 1
5. Wes Hopkins 1983-93(10) 30 241 8.0 33 1
6. Don Burroughs 1960-64(5) 29 251 12.1 46 0
Troy Vincent 1996-2003(8) 28 341 12.2 90t 1
8. Joe Scarpati 1964-69(6) 24 402 16.8 67t 3
Ernie Steele 1942-48(6) 24 404 16.8 62 0
10. Randy Logan 1973-83(11) 23 293 12.7 45 0
Roynell Young 1980-88 (9) 23 106 4.6 33 0
MOST INT RETURN YDS, Career
PLAYER YARDS
1. Bill Bradley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .536
2. Brian Dawkins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .515
3. Eric Allen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .482
4. Lito Sheppard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .460
5. Ernie Steele . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .404
6. Sheldon Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .399
MOST INTs RETURNED FOR TD, Career
PLAYER TDs
1. Eric Allen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
2. Sheldon Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Lito Sheppard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Joe Scarpati . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
4. by 10 players, last by Bobby Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . .2
MOST INT RETURN YDS, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) YARDS
1. Bill Bradley (11, 1971) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .248
2. Eric Allen (6, 1993) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .201
3. Joe Scarpati (8, 1966) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
4. Lito Sheppard (5, 2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
5. Ed Bawel (9, 1955) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .168
MOST INTs RETURNED FOR TD, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) TDs
1. Eric Allen (1993) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4*
2. Lito Sheppard (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Seth Joyner (1992) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Ed Bawel (1955) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
* NFL record
MOST INTs BY A NON-DB, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) INTS
1. William Thomas, LB (1995) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
MOST INTERCEPTIONS, SEASON
Player Year INTs Yds Avg Lg TDs
1. Bill Bradley 1971 11 248 22.5 51 0
2. Asante Samuel 2009 9 117 14.6 37 0
Bill Bradley 1972 9 73 8.1 21 0
Don Burroughs 1960 9 124 13.8 46 0
Ed “Bibbles” Bawel 1955 9 168 18.7 42t 2
6. Eric Allen 1989 8 38 4.8 18 0
Terry Hoage 1988 8 116 14.5 38 0
Joe Scarpati 1966 8 182 22.8 32 0
Bob Hudson 1954 8 89 11.1 32 0
Tom Brookshier 1953 8 41 5.1 22 0
Ed “Bibbles” Bawel 1952 8 121 15.1 35 0
Joe Sutton 1950 8 67 8.4 32 0
Led NFL Led Conference
TOP SINGLE-GAME INT PERFORMANCES
MOST INTERCEPTIONS, Game
PLAYER GAME INTS
1. Russ Craft 9/24/1950 at Chi. Cardinals 4*
2. Joe Scarpati 10/23/1966 at Giants 3
Jim Nettles 12/12/1965 at Steelers 3
Nate Ramsey 11/28/1965 at StL Cardinals 3
Don Burroughs 12/3/1961 at Steelers 3
Chuck Weber 9/30/1960 at Cowboys 3
Joe Sutton 9/24/1950 at Chi. Cardinals 3
Gil Steinke 11/10/1946 at Giants 3
Roy Zimmerman 12/10/1944 vs. Cleveland Rams 3
* NFL record
MOST INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS, Game
PLAYER GAME YDS
1. Lito Sheppard 10/8/2006 vs. Cowboys 102
2. Lito Sheppard 11/15/2004 at Cowboys 101
3. Jerry Norton 10/5/1957 99
4. 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
LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURNS
PLAYER (GAME) YARDS
1. James Willis intercepted pass 4 yds. deep in the end zone and
returned it 14 yds. before lateralling to Troy Vincent, who ran
90 yds. (11/3/1996 at Cowboys - QB Troy Aikman) . . . . . . . . . . .104t
2. Lito Sheppard (10/8/2006 vs. Cowboys - QB Drew Bledsoe) . . .102t
3. Lito Sheppard (11/15/2004 at Cowboys - QB V. Testaverde) . . . .101t
4. Jerry Norton (10/5/1957 vs. Giants - QB Charlie Conerly,
deflected off goal post) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .99t
5. Eric Allen (10/3/1993 at Jets - QB Boomer Esiason) . . . . . . . . . .94t
Irv Cross (10/25/1964 at Steelers - QB Terry Nofsinger) . . . . . . .94t
7. Jack Hinkle (10/9/1943 vs. Giants - QB Tuffy Leemans) . . . . . . . .91
8. Troy Vincent, after a lateral from James Willis, who made the
interception (11/3/1996 at Cowboys - QB Troy Aikman) . . . . . . . .90t
ALL-TIME LEADERS IN SACKS
PLAYER YEARS SACKS
1. Reggie White (DE) . . . . . . .1985-92 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .124.0
2. Clyde Simmons (DE) . . . . .1986-93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76.0
3. Hugh Douglas (DE) . . . . . .1998-2002, 2004 . . . . . . . . .54.5
4. Greg Brown (DE) . . . . . . . .1982-86 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50.5
5. Trent Cole (DE) . . . . . . . . . .2005-09 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47.0
6. Andy Harmon (DT) . . . . . . .1991-97 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39.5
7. Seth Joyner (LB) . . . . . . . .1986-93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37.0
8. Wiliam Fuller (DE) . . . . . . .1994-96 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35.5
9. Dennis Harrison (DE) . . . .1978-84 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34.0
10. William Thomas (LB) . . . . .1991-99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33.0
11. Ken Clarke (DT) . . . . . . . . .1982-87 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32.5
12. Corey Simon (DT) . . . . . . . .2000-04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32.0
13. Mike Mamula (DE) . . . . . . .1995-2000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31.5
14. Jerome Brown (DT) . . . . .1987-91 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29.5
15. Darwin Walker (DT) . . . . . .2000-06 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27.5
16. Juqua Parker (DE) . . . . . . .2005-09 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23.0
17. Darren Howard (DE) . . . . .2006-09 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22.5
18. Jevon Kearse (DE) . . . . . . .2004-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22.0
19. Brian Dawkins (FS) . . . . . .1996-2008 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21.0
20. Mike Pitts (DT-DE) . . . . . . .1987-92 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19.5
Note: includes only figures since 1982, when sacks first became
an official NFL statistic
MOST SACKS, SEASON
PLAYER YEAR SACKS
1. Reggie White . . . . . . . . . . .1987 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21.0
2. Clyde Simmons . . . . . . . . .1992 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19.0
3. Reggie White . . . . . . . . . . .1988 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18.0
Reggie White . . . . . . . . . . .1986 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18.0
5. Greg Brown . . . . . . . . . . . .1984 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16.0
6. Clyde Simmons . . . . . . . . .1989 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15.5
7. Hugh Douglas . . . . . . . . . .2000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15.0
Reggie White . . . . . . . . . . .1991 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15.0
9. Reggie White . . . . . . . . . . .1992 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14.0
Reggie White . . . . . . . . . . .1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14.0
MOST SACKS, GAME
PLAYER GAME SACKS
1. Hugh Douglas . . . . . . . . . .10/18/1998 at Chargers . . . .4.5
Clyde Simmons . . . . . . . . .9/15/1991 at Cowboys . . . . .4.5
3. Reggie White . . . . . . . . . . .9/25/1988 at Vikings . . . . . .4.0
Reggie White . . . . . . . . . . .11/30/1986 at LA Raiders . .4.0
Reggie White . . . . . . . . . . .11/2/1986 at StL Cardinals .4.0
Garry Cobb . . . . . . . . . . . . .10/5/1986 at Falcons . . . . . .4.0
Greg Brown . . . . . . . . . . . .12/16/1984 at Falcons . . . . .4.0
MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A SACK
PLAYER YEAR GAMES
1. William Fuller . . . . . . . . . .1994 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
2. Clyde Simmons . . . . . . . . .1992 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Reggie White (last 3 games in 1986 and first 3 of ‘87) . . .6
ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON SACKS
LONGEST FUMBLE RETURN FOR A TD
PLAYER GAME YARDS
1. Mike Patterson 9/24/2006 at 49ers 98t
2. Joselio Hanson 12/28/2008 vs. Cowboys 96t
Joe Lavender 9/23/1974 vs. Cowboys 96t
4. Joe Carter 9/25/1938 vs. NY Giants 92t
5. Bob Pylman 9/25/1938 vs. NY Giants 88t
6. Will Wynn 12/1/1974 vs. Packers 87t
7. Sheldon Brown 10/9/2005 at Cowboys 80t
8. Chris Clemons 12/28/2008 vs. Cowboys 73t
9. Reggie White 9/13/1987 at Redskins 70t
10. Ted Schmitt 10/15/1939 at NY Giants 63t
MOST FUMBLE RETURNS FOR TD, CAREER
PLAYER YEARS TDs
1. Seth Joyner 1986-93 3
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
BLOCKED PUNTS RETURNED FOR TD
PLAYER TDs
1. Seven times, last Ken Rose (11/22/1992 at Giants) (3 yards) 1
BLOCKED FIELD GOALS RETURNED FOR TD
PLAYER TDs
1. Matt Ware (10/23/2005 vs. Chargers) (65 yards) 1
LONGEST RETURN AFTER MISSED FIELD GOAL
PLAYER GAME YARDS
1. Al Nelson 9/26/1971 vs. Cowboys 101t
2. Al Nelson 12/11/1966 vs. Browns 100t
3. Timmy Brown 9/16/1962 vs. StL Cardinals 99
ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON PUNTING
BEST PUNTING AVERAGE, SEASON (min. 40 punts)
Name Years Punts Yds Avg Net In20 Lg Blk
1. Joe Muha 1948 57 2,694 47.3 NA NA 82 0
2. King Hill 1961 45 2,403 43.7 NA NA 64 0
3. Len Barnum 1941 41 1,788 43.6 NA NA 68 0
4. Sean Landeta 2001 97 4,221 43.5 36.4 26 64 0
5. Joe Muha 1947 53 2,303 43.5 NA NA 75 0
6. Sav Rocca 2008 77 3,334 43.3 37.9 24 65 1
Tom Hutton 1995 85 3,682 43.3 33.7 20 63 1
8. Norm Van Brocklin 1960 60 2,585 43.1 NA NA 70 0
King Hill 1963 69 2,972 43.1 NA NA 62 0
10. Adrian Burk 1953 41 1,765 43.0 NA NA 66 0
TOP SINGLE-GAME PUNTING PERFORMANCES
MOST PUNTS, Game
PLAYER GAME PUNTS
1. John Teltschik 12/6/1987 at NY Giants 15
2. Adrian Burk 12/12/1954 vs. Giants 12
Adrian Burk 11/2/1952 at Packers 12
Len Barnum 10/2/1942 vs. Redskins 12
5. Mike Horan 9/8/1985 at NY Giants 11
Max Runager 11/20/1983 vs. NY Giants 11
BEST PUNTING AVERAGE, Game (min. 4 punts)
PLAYER GAME AVG.
1. Sav Rocca 10/28/2007 at Vikings 52.8
Jeff Feagles 10/5/1992 vs. Cowboys 52.8
3. Sean Landeta 9/23/2001 at Seahawks 52.4
4. Dirk Johnson 9/26/2004 at Lions 51.5
5. Tom Hutton 10/19/1997 vs. Arz. Cards 51.3
ALL-TIME LEADING PUNTERS
Player Years Punts Yds Avg Net In20 Lg Blk
1. Joe Muha 1946-1950(5) 179 7,688 42.9 NA NA 82 2
2. Sean Landeta 1999-2002,2005 (5) 376 16,092 42.8 35.9 96 64 1
3. Sav Rocca 2007-2009 (3) 219 9,282 42.4 36.9 72 65 1
4. Tom Hutton 1995-98(4) 349 14,788 42.4 34.6 77 63 3
5. Norm Van Brocklin 1958-1960(3) 167 7,073 42.4 NA NA 70 2
6. King Hill 1961-1968(8) 254 10,765 42.2 NA NA 80 0
7. Mike Horan 1984-1985(2) 183 7,657 41.8 34.9 41 75 0
8. Dirk Johnson 2003-2006(4) 268 11,180 41.7 36.0 79 62 0
9. Tom McNeill 1971-1973(3) 126 5,234 41.5 NA NA 66 1
10. Jeff Feagles 1990-1993(3) 324 13,448 41.5 35.4 106 77 3
MOST PUNTS, Career
PLAYER PUNTS
1. Adrian Burk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .393
2. Sean Landeta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .376
3. Tom Hutton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .349
4. John Teltschik . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .345
5. Max Runager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .332
MOST PUNTS INSIDE 20, Career
PLAYER IN20
1. Jeff Feagles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106
2. Sean Landeta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96
3. Max Runager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95
4. Dirk Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
5. Tom Hutton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77
* Inside-the-20 became official stat in 1976
MOST PUNTS, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) PUNTS
1. John Teltschik (1986) . . . . . . . . . . . .108
2. Sean Landeta (1999) . . . . . . . . . . . . .107
3. Tom Hutton (1998) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104
4. John Teltschik (1988) . . . . . . . . . . . . .98
5. Sean Landeta (2001) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97
MOST PUNTS INSIDE 20, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) IN20
1. Jeff Feagles (1993) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
2. Jeff Feagles (1991) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
3. John Teltschik (1988) . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
4. Dirk Johnson (2003) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
5 Sean Landeta (2001) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Jeff Feagles (1992) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
* Inside-the-20 became official stat in 1976
Led NFL Led Conference
LONGEST PUNTS
PLAYER (GAME) YARDS
1. Randall Cunningham (12/3/1989 at Giants) . . . . . . . . . . . . .91
2. Joe Muha (10/10/1948 vs. Giants) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82
3. Randall Cunningham (10/16/1994 at Cowboys) . . . . . . . . . .80
King Hill (11/11/1962 vs. Packers) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80
5. Jeff Feagles (9/15/1991 at Cowboys) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77
ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON PUNT RETURNS
ALL-TIME LEADING PUNT RETURNERS (min. 20 returns)
Player Years PR FC Yds Avg Lg TDs
1. Ernie Steele 1942-48 (6) 44 NA 737 16.8 80t 1
2. Steve Van Buren 1944-51 (8) 34 NA 473 13.9 NA 2
3. Pat McHugh 1947-51 (5) 31 NA 402 13.0 NA 1
4. Brian Westbrook 2002-09 (8) 39 21 498 12.8 84t 2
5. Brian Mitchell 2000-02 (3) 117 66 1,369 11.7 76t 2
6. DeSean Jackson 2008-09 (2) 77 31 872 11.3 85t 3
7. Frank Reagan 1949-51 (3) 27 NA 304 11.3 NA 1
8. Bosh Pritchard 1942, 1947-51 (6) 91 NA 975 10.7 NA 1
Vai Sikahema 1992-93 (2) 73 30 778 10.7 87t 1
10. Larry Marshall 1974-77 (4) 104 16 1,086 10.4 48 0
11. Dan Sandifer 1950-51 (2) 29 NA 291 10.1 39 0
BEST PUNT RETURN AVERAGE, SEASON (min. 1.25 ret/gm)
Player Year PR FC Yds Avg Lg TDs
1. DeSean Jackson 2009 27 15 432 16.0 85t 2
2. Brian Westbook 2003 20 16 306 15.3 84t 2
Steve Van Buren 1944 15 NA 230 15.3 55 1
4. Reno Mahe 2005 21 9 269 12.8 44 0
5. Frank Reagan 1949 21 NA 266 12.7 42 1
6. Vai Sikahema 1992 40 10 503 12.6 87t 1
7. Brian Mitchell 2002 46 11 567 12.3 76t 1
8. Pat McHugh 1948 18 NA 220 12.2 55 0
9. Brian Mitchell 2001 39 22 467 12.0 54 0
10. Bosh Pritchard 1948 24 NA 282 11.8 55t 1
11. Bosh Pritchard 1947 24 NA 271 11.3 30 0
MOST PUNT RETURNS, Career
PLAYER RETURNS
1. Wally Henry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .148
2. Brian Mitchell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117
John Sciarra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117
4. Bill Bradley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111
5. Larry Marshall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104
MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS, Career
PLAYER YARDS
1. Brian Mitchell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,369
2. Wally Henry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,231
3. Larry Marshall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,086
4. Bosh Pritchard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .975
5. John Sciarra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .909
MOST PUNT RETURNS TDs, Career
PLAYER TDs
1. DeSean Jackson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
2. Brian Westbrook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Brian Mitchell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Steve Van Buren . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
MOST PUNT RETURNS, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) RETURNS
1. Wally Henry (1981) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
2. Rod Harris (1991) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
3. DeSean Jackson (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
4. Brian Mitchell (2002) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Larry Marshall (1977) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) YARDS
1. Brian Mitchell (2002) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .567
2. Vai Sikahema (1992) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .503
3. Larry Marshall (1977) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .489
4. Brian Mitchell (2001) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .467
5. DeSean Jackson (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .440
MOST PUNT RETURNS TDs, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) TDs
1. DeSean Jackson (2009) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Brian Westbrook (2003) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Led NFL Led Conference
TOP SINGLE-GAME PUNT RETURN PERFORMANCES
MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS, Game
PLAYER GAME YARDS
1. Vai Sikahema 11/22/1992 at NY Giants 111
2. Reno Mahe 12/5/2005 vs. Seahawks 108
3. DeSean Jackson 9/13/09 at Panthers 106
4. Gregg Garrity 11/30/1986 at LA Raiders 99
Brian Mitchell 11/25/2002 at 49ers 99
MOST PUNT RETURNS, Game
PLAYER GAME PR
1. Larry Marshall 9/18/1977 vs Buccaneers 9
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
5. (5 times) last by Reno Mahe 12/5/2005 vs. Seahawks 7
BEST PUNT RETURN AVERAGE, Game (min. 3 punt returns)
PLAYER GAME AVG.
1. Brian Mitchell 11/25/2002 at 49ers 33.0
2. Vai Sikahema 11/22/1992 at NY Giants 27.8
3. Gregg Garrity 11/30/1986 at LA Raiders 24.8
4. Evan Cooper 12/8/1985 vs. Redskins 23.3
5. Brian Mitchell 9/16/2002 at Redskins 23.0
LONGEST PUNT RETURNS
PLAYER (GAME) YARDS
1. Vai Sikahema (11/22/1992 at Giants) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87t
2. DeSean Jackson (9/13/08 at Panthers) . . . . . . . . . . . .85t
3. Brian Westbrook (10/19/2003 at Giants) . . . . . . . . . . .84t
4. Brian Westbrook (12/21/2003 vs. 49ers) . . . . . . . . . . .81t
Tommy McDonald (10/4/1959 vs. Giants) . . . . . . . . . . .81t
6. Ernie Steele (10/25/1942 at Bears) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80t
7. Brian Mitchell (11/25/2002 at 49ers) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76t
Gregg Garrity (11/30/1986 at LA Raiders) . . . . . . . . . .76t
ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON KICKOFF RETURNS
ALL-TIME LEADING KICKOFF RETURNERS (min. 25 returns)
Player Years KOR Yds Avg Lg TDs
1. Steve Van Buren 1944-51 (8) 76 2,030 26.7 NA 3
2. Irv Cross 1961-69 (6) 28 745 26.6 74 0
3. Timmy Brown 1960-67 (8) 169 4,483 26.5 105t 5
4. Al Nelson 1965-73 (9) 101 2,625 26.0 78 0
5. Wilbert Montgomery 1977-84 (8) 32 814 25.4 99t 1
6. Quintin Demps 2008-09 (2) 58 1,469 25.3 100t 1
7. Brian Mitchell 2000-02 (3) 131 3,311 25.3 94t 2
8. Allen Rossum 1998-99 (2) 98 2,427 24.8 89t 1
9. Billy Walik 1970-72 (3) 67 1,640 24.5 82 0
10. Alvin Haymond 1968 (1) 28 677 24.2 NA 1
BEST KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE, SEASON (min. 1.25 ret/gm)
Player Year KOR Yds Avg Lg TDs
1. Al Nelson 1972 25 728 29.1 78 0
2. Steve Van Buren 1945 13 373 28.7 98t 1
3. Timmy Brown 1963 33 945 28.6 100t 1
4. Timmy Brown 1966 20 562 28.1 93t 2
5. Timmy Brown 1961 29 811 28.0 105t 1
6. Timmy Brown 1962 30 831 27.7 99t 1
Hershel Walker 1994 21 581 27.7 94t 1
8. Don Stevens 1952 16 433 27.1 51 1
9. Brian Mitchell 2002 43 1,162 27.0 57 1
10. Wilbert Montgomery 1977 23 619 26.9 99t 1
MOST KICKOFF RETURNS, Career
PLAYER RETURNS
1. Timmy Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .169
2. Brian Mitchell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .131
3. Al Nelson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101
4. Allen Rossum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .98
5. Larry Marshall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88
MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDS, Career
PLAYER YARDS
1. Timmy Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4,483
2. Brian Mitchell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3,311
3. Al Nelson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,625
4. Allen Rossum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,427
5. Larry Marshall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,075
MOST KICKOFF RETURNS TDs, Career
PLAYER TDs
1. Timmy Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
2. Derrick Witherspoon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Steve Van Buren . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
4. Brian Mitchell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
MOST KICKOFF RETURNS, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) RETURNS
1. Allen Rossum (1999) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
2. Derrick Witherspoon (1996) . . . . . . . . . . .53
3. Quintin Demps (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
4. Herman Hunter (1985) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
5. Brian Mitchell (2000) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Duce Staley (1997) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDS, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) YARDS
1. Allen Rossum (1999) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,347
2. Quintin Demps (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,314
3. Derrick Witherspoon (1996) . . . . . . . . .1,271
4. Brian Mitchell (2002) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,162
5. Duce Staley (1997) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,139
MOST KICKOFF RETURNS TDs, Season
PLAYER (YEAR) TDs
1. Derrick Witherspoon (1996) . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Timmy Brown (1966) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Led NFL Led Conference
TOP SINGLE-GAME KICKOFF RETURN PERFORMANCES
MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDS, Game
PLAYER GAME YARDS
1. Tim Brown 11/6/1966 vs. Cowboys 287
2. Derrick Witherspoon 11/24/1996 at Arz. Cardinals 253
3. Allen Rossum 11/14/1999 vs. Redskins 222
4. Quintin Demps 11/9/08 vs. Giants 220
5. Duce Staley 11/30/1997 vs. Bengals 195
MOST KICKOFF RETURNS, Game
PLAYER GAME KOR
1. Quintin Demps 11/9/08 vs. Giants 8
Allen Rossum 11/21/1999 vs. Ind. Colts 8
Derrick Witherspoon 11/24/1996 at Arz. Cardinals 8
4. (5 times) last by Ellis Hobbs 9/20/09 vs. Saints 7
BEST KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE, Game (min. 3 kickoff returns)
PLAYER GAME AVG.
1. Derrick Witherspoon 9/22/1996 at Falcons 48.0
2. Allen Rossum 11/14/1999 vs. Redskins 44.4
3. Quintin Demps 11/23/2008 at Ravens 44.3
4. Allen Rossum 10/17/1999 at Bears 40.7
MOST KICKOFF RETURNS FOR A TD, Game
PLAYER GAME TD
1. Timmy Brown 11/6/1966, 93 & 90 yards vs. Cowboys 2*
* NFL Record
LONGEST KICKOFF RETURNS
PLAYER (GAME) YARDS
1. Timmy Brown (9/17/1961 vs. Browns) . . . . . . . . . . . .105t
2. Russ Craft (10/7/1950 vs. Los Angeles Rams) . . . . . .103t
3. Dave Smukler (11/6/1938 vs. Brooklyn Dodgers) . . .101t
4. Quintin Demps (11/23/2008 at Ravens) . . . . . . . . . . .100t
Timmy Brown (9/22/1963 vs. St. Louis Cardinals) . . .100t
STARTING QB RECORDS/NFL RECORDS
NFL RECORDS HELD BY AN EAGLE
Most Touchdown Passes, Game
7 Adrian Burk (10/17/1954 at Redskins); tied with Sid Luckman,
Bears (1943); Y.A. Tittle, Giants (1962); George Blanda, Oilers
(1961); and Joe Kapp, Vikings (1969)
Longest Touchdown Pass
99 Ron Jaworski to Mike Quick, (11/10/1985 vs. Falcons) (OT); tied
with nine others
Most Consecutive Completions
24 Donovan McNabb (last 10 at NYG 11/28/2004 and first 14 vs. GB
12/5/2004)
Most Interception Returns for TDs, Season
4 Eric Allen, 1993; tied with Jim Kearney, Chiefs (1972) and Ken
Houston, Oilers (1971)
Most Interceptions, Game
4 Russ Craft (9/24/1950 at Cardinals); tied with 17
Most TDs Returning Kickoffs, Game
2 Timmy Brown (11/6/196 vs. Cowboys), 93 and 90 yards; tied
with Travis Williams, Packers (1967); Ron Brown, Rams (1985);
Tyrone Hughes, Saints (1994); Chad Morton, Jets (2002); Devin
Hester, Bears (2006); and Andre Davis, Texans (2007)
Most 50-Plus-Yard Touchdowns, Season
8 DeSean Jackson (2009); tied with Elroy “Crazy Legs” Hirsch (8
in 1951) and Devin Hester (8 in 2007)
STARTING QUARTERBACK RECORDS
Year Quarterbacks (Record as a starter)
1956 Bobby Thomason (3-5-1), Burk (0-3)
1957 Thomason (2-5), Sonny Jurgensen (2-3)
1958 Norm Van Brocklin (2-9-1)
1959 Van Brocklin (7-5)
1960 Van Brocklin (10-2)
1961 Jurgensen (10-4)
1962 Jurgensen (3-9-1), King Hill (0-1)
1963 Jurgensen (2-6-1), Hill (0-4-1)
1964 Norm Snead (4-6), Hill (1-1), Jack Concannon (1-1)
1965 Snead (4-5), Hill (1-4)
1966 Snead (5-5), Hill (2-0), Concannon (2-0)
1967 Snead (6-7-1)
1968 Snead (2-9), Hill (0-2), John Huarte (0-1)
1969 Snead (4-8-1), George Mira (0-1)
1970 Snead (3-9-1), Rick Arrington (0-1)
1971 Pete Liske (5-5), Arrington (1-2-1)
1972 John Reaves (0-7), Liske (2-4-1)
1973 Roman Gabriel (5-8-1)
1974 Gabriel (4-7), Mike Boryla (3-0)
1975 Gabriel (2-7), Boryla (2-3)
1976 Boryla (3-7), Gabriel (1-3)
1977 Ron Jaworski (5-9)
1978 Jaworski (9-7)
1979 Jaworski (11-5)
1980 Jaworski (12-4)
1981 Jaworski (10-6)
1982 Jaworski (3-6)
1983 Jaworski (5-11)
1984 Jaworski (5-7-1), Joe Pisarcik (1-2)
1985 Jaworski (6-6), Randall Cunningham (1-3)
1986 Jaworski (3-6), Cunningham (1-3-1), Matt Cavanaugh (1-1)
1987 Cunningham (7-5), Scott Tinsley (0-2), Guido Merkens (0-1)
1988 Cunningham (10-6)
1989 Cunningham (11-5)
1990 Cunningham (10-6)
1991 Jim McMahon (8-3), Cunningham (1-0), Jeff Kemp (1-1),
Brad Goebel (0-2)
1992 Cunningham (10-5), McMahon (1-0)
1993 Bubby Brister (4-4), Cunningham (4-0), Ken O'Brien (0-4)
1994 Cunningham (7-7), Brister (0-2)
1995 Rodney Peete (9-3), Cunningham (1-3)
1996 Ty Detmer (7-4), Peete (3-2)
1997 T.Detmer (2-5), Bobby Hoying (2-3), Peete (2-1)
1998 Hoying (1-6), Koy Detmer (1-4), Peete (1-3)
1999 Doug Pederson (2-7), Donovan McNabb (2-4),K.Detmer (1-0)
2000 McNabb (11-5)
2001 McNabb (11-5)
2002 McNabb (7-3), A.J. Feeley (4-1), K.Detmer (1-0)
2003 McNabb (12-4)
2004 McNabb (13-2), K.Detmer (0-1)
2005 McNabb (4-5), Mike McMahon (2-5)
2006 McNabb (5-5), Jeff Garcia (5-1)
2007 McNabb (8-6), Feeley (0-2)
2008 McNabb (9-6-1)
2009 McNabb (10-3), Kolb (1-1)
PASSING
MOST YARDS, Season
1. John Reaves, 1972 1,508
2. Davey O'Brien, 1939 1,324
3. Donovan McNabb, 1999 948
4. Mike Boryla,1974 580
5. Foster Watkins, 1940 565
6. Randall Cunningham, 1985 548
MOST ATTEMPTS, Season
1. John Reaves, 1972 224
2. Donovan McNabb, 1999 216
3. Davey O'Brien, 1939 201
4. Mike Boryla, 1974 102
5. Foster Watkins, 1940 85
MOST COMPLETIONS, Season
1. John Reaves, 1972 108
2. Donovan McNabb, 1999 106
3. Davey O'Brien, 1939 99
4. Mike Boryla, 1974 60
5. Scott Tinsley, 1987 48
MOST TD PASSES, Season
1. Donovan McNabb, 1999 8
2. John Reaves, 1972 7
3. Davey O'Brien, 1939 6
4. Mike Boryla, 1974 5
Sonny Jurgensen, 1957 5
BEST COMP. PCT., SEASON (min. 75 atts.)
1. Mike Boryla, 1974 58.8
2. Davey O'Brien, 1939 49.3
3. Donovan McNabb, 1999 49.1
4. John Reaves, 1972 48.2
5. Randall Cunningham, 1985 42.0
BEST QB RATING, SEASON (min. 75 atts.)
1. Mike Boryla, 1974 78.9
2. Scott Tinsley, 1987 71.7
3. Donovan McNabb, 1999 60.1
4. John Reaves, 1972 58.4
5. Foster Watkins, 1940 46.4
RUSHING
MOST YARDS, Season
1. LeSean McCoy, 2009 633
2. Correll Buckhalter, 2001 586
3. Keith Byars (FB) 1986 577
4. Po James (FB), 1972 565
5. Mike Hogan (FB), 1976 561
6. Billy Barnes, 1957 529
7. Clarence Peaks, 1957 495
8. Steve Van Buren, 1944 444
MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Season
1. Steve Van Buren, 1944 5
Don Johnson, 1953 5
3. LeSean McCoy, 2009 4
Ken Keller, 1956 4
Mel Bleeker , 1944 4
Jim Castiglia (FB), 1941 4
MOST ATTEMPTS, Season
1. Po James (FB), 1972 182
2. Keith Byars (FB), 1986 177
3. Lee Bouggess (FB), 1970 159
4. LeSean McCoy, 2009 154
5. Billy Barnes, 1957 143
6. James Joseph, 1991 135
Correll Buckhalter, 2001 129
8. Clarence Peaks, 1957 125
RECEIVING
MOST RECEPTIONS, Season
1. Keith Jackson (TE), 1988 81
2. DeSean Jackson, 2008 62
3. Don Looney (E), 1940 58
4. Charle Young (TE), 1973 55
5. Jeremy Maclin, 2009 52
6. Lee Bouggess (RB), 1970 50
7. Reggie Brown, 2005 43
8. Victor Bailey, 1993 41
Junior Tautalasati (RB), 1986 41
10. LeSean McCoy (RB), 2009 38
MOST YARDS, Season
1. DeSean Jackson, 2008 912
2. Keith Jackson (TE), 1988 869
3. Charle Young (TE), 1973 854
4. Fred Barnett, 1990 721
5. Jeremy Maclin, 2009 715
6. Don Looney (E), 1940 707
7. Calvin Williams, 1990 602
8. Reggie Brown, 2005 571
9. Victor Bailey, 1993 545
10. Bobby Walston (E), 1951 512
MOST TOUCHDOWNS, Season
1. Calvin Williams, 1990 9
2. Fred Barnett, 1990 8
Bobby Walston (E), 1951 8
4. Pete Pihos (E), 1947 7
5. Keith Jackson (TE), 1988 6
Charle Young (TE), 1973 6
7. Hal Giancanelli (B), 1953 5
... Jeremy Maclin, 2009 4
TOTAL YDS FROM SCRIMMAGE
MOST YARDS, Season
1. DeSean Jackson (WR), 2008 1,008
2. LeSean McCoy (RB), 2009 936
3. Charle Young (TE), 1973 878
4. Keith Jackson (TE), 1988 869
5. Billy Barnes (RB), 1957 741
6. Fred Barnett (WR), 1990 734
7. Po James (FB), 1972 721
8. Correll Buckhalter (RB), 2001 716
9. Jeremy Maclin (WR), 2009 708
10. Don Looney (E), 1940 703
SACKS
MOST SACKS, Season
1. Corey Simon (DT), 2000 9.5
2. Derrick Burgess (DE), 2001 6.0
3. Mike Mamula (DE), 1995 5.5
4. Trent Cole (DE), 2005 5.0
5. Jerome Brown (DT), 1987 4.0
*-Since 1982
INTERCEPTIONS
MOST INTERCEPTIONS, Season
1. Bibbles Bawel (B), 1952 8
Tom Brookshier (DB), 1953 8
3. Herman Edwards (DB), 1977 6
4. Eric Allen (DB), 1988 5
Randy Logan (S), 1973 5
Jerry Norton (DB), 1954 5
Steve Van Buren (B), 1944 5
*-Since 1940
PUNT RETURNS
BEST PUNT RETURN AVERAGE, Season
1. Pat McHugh, 1947, 10 15.6
2. Steve Van Buren, 1944, 15 15.3
3. Dexter Wynn, 2004, 18 10.8
4. Don Stevens, 1952, 16 10.8
5. Bosh Pritchard, 1942, 11 9.7
6. Ken Keller, 1956, 15 9.7
*-min. 10 atts. *-since 1941
KICKOFF RETURNS
BEST KICKOFF RETURN AVG, Season
1. Tommy McDonald, 1957, 11 27.6
2. Don Stevens, 1952, 16 27.1
3. Art Powell, 1959, 14 27.1
4. Israel Lang, 1964, 13 27.1
5. Wilbert Montgomery, 1977, 23 26.9
6. Al Nelson, 1965, 26 26.3
*-min. 10 atts. *-since 1941
ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON ROOKIE RECORDS
SUPERLATIVE PERFORMANCES BY ROOKIES
100-YARD RUSHING PERFORMANCES, ROOKIES
PLAYER (GAME) DATE YDS (ATT-LG-TD)
1. Correll Buckhalter vs. Cardinals (L) 10/7/2001 134 (21-37-0)
2. Steve Van Buren at Dodgers (W) 11/5/1944 129 (12-70t-2)
3. Keith Byars vs. Cardinals (T) OT 12/7/1986 127 (24-32-0)
4. Charlie Garner vs. Redskins (W) 10/9/1994 122 (28-12-0)
5. Don Johnson at Giants (L) 11/29/1953 121 (13-63t-1)
6. Ryan Moats vs. Giants (L) OT 12/11/2005 114 (11-40t-2)
7. Charlie Garner at 49ers (W) 10/2/1994 111 (16-28t-2)
8. Toy Ledbetter at Colts (W) 10/15/1950 107 (23-14-1)
9. Mike Hogan vs. Seahawks (W) 12/12/1976 104 (19-18-0)
Bosh Pritchard at Dodgers (W) 11/15/1942 104 (14-26-0)
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)
Don Johnson vs. Colts (W) 11/15/1953 100 (11-66t-2)
100-YARD RECEIVING PERFORMANCES, ROOKIES
PLAYER (GAME) DATE YDS (REC, TD)
1. Don Looney at Redskins (L) 12/1/1940 180 (14, 0)
2. Hank Baskett vs. Falcons (W) 12/31/2006 177 (7, 1)
3. Jeremy Maclin vs. Buccaneers (W) 10/11/2009 142 (6, 2)
4. Don Looney at Rams (L) 9/22/1940 129 (8, 2)
5. Fred Meyer at Redskins (L) 11/1/1942 119 (4, 0)
6. Bobby Walston at Giants (L) 10/21/1951 118 (6, 2)
7. Don Looney at Packers (L) 9/15/1940 115 (8, 1)
8. Fred Barnett vs. Vikings (W) 10/15/1990 114 (4, 1)
9. Charle Young (TE) at Cowboys (L) 11/18/1973 113 (4, 1)
10. 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)
13. DeSean Jackson vs. Cowboys (L) 9/15/2008 110 (6, 0)
14. 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)
17. DeSean Jackson vs. Rams (W) 9/7/2008 106 (6, 0)
18. Charle Young (TE) at Redskins (L) 12/16/1973 104 (5, 1)
LONGEST KICKOFF RETURNS, ROOKIES
PLAYER DATE YARDS
1. Quintin Demps at Ravens (L) 11/23/2008 100t
2. Wilbert Montgomery vs. Giants (W) 12/11/1977 99t
3. Steve Van Buren vs. Giants (T) 11/12/1944 97t
4. Bosh Pritchard at Redskins (L) 11/1/1942 97t
5. Art Powell vs. Giants (W) 10/4/1959 95
6. Andre Waters vs. Redskins (W) 11/18/1984 89t
7. Billy Walik at Packers (L) 10/25/1970 82
8. Al Nelson vs. Cardinals (W) 9/19/1965 70
9. J.R. Reed vs. Panthers (W) 10/17/2004 66
10. Quintin Demps at 49ers (W) 10/12/2008 63
LONGEST PUNT RETURNS, ROOKIES
PLAYER DATE YARDS
1. Clyde Scott at Steelers (W) 10/30/1949 70t
2. Pat McHugh at Boston Yanks (L) 11/23/1947 69t
3. DeSean Jackson vs. Redskins (L) 10/5/2008 68t
4. Bob Shann vs. Lions (L) 12/19/1965 63t
5. DeSean Jackson vs. Rams (W) 9/7/2008 60
6. Art Powell vs. Steelers (W) 10/11/1959 58t
7. Don Stevens vs. Redskins (W) 11/9/1952 56t
8. Steve Van Buren vs. Boston Yanks (W) 10/22/1944 55t
9. Bibbles Bawel at Giants (W) 10/26/1952 52t
LONGEST RUSHING TDs, ROOKIES
PLAYER (GAME) YARDS
1. Herman Hunter (11/24/1985 at Cowboys) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74t
2. John Brewer (10/04/1952 vs. Giants) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71t
3. Steve Van Buren (11/05/1944 at Dodgers) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70t
John Kusko (11/22/1936 vs. Bears) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70t
5. LeSean McCoy (11/11/2009 vs. Giants) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66t
Don Johnson (11/15/1953 vs. Colts) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66t
7. Don Johnson (11/29/1953 at Giants) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63t
8. Ryan Moats (12/18/2005 at Rams) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59t
9. Ken Keller (10/14/1956 at Steelers) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51t
Date Player/Opponent/Result Att-Cmp-Yd-TD-I
12/27/09 Donovan McNabb vs. Broncos (W) 35-20-322-3-1
12/20/09 Donovan McNabb vs. 49ers (W) 36-21-306-1-2
11/15/09 Donovan McNabb at Chargers (L) 55-35-450-2-1
9/27/09 Kevin Kolb vs. Chiefs (W) 34-24-327-2-0
9/20/09 Kevin Kolb vs. Saints (L) 51-31-391-2-3
1/18/09 Donovan McNabb at Cardinals (L) 47-28-375-3-1
1/4/09 Donovan McNabb at Vikings (W) 34-23-300-1-1
11/16/08 Donovan NcNabb at Bengals (T) OT 58-28-339-1-3
11/2/08 Donovan McNabb at Seahawks (W) 43-28-349-2-1
9/7/08 Donovan McNabb vs. Rams (W) 33-21-361-3-0
12/30/07 Donovan McNabb at Bills (W) 41-29-345-1-1
11/25/07 A.J. Feeley at Patriots (L) 42-27-345-3-3
10/28/07 Donovan McNabb at Vikings (W) 36-23-333-1-0
9/23/07 Donovan McNabb vs. Lions (W) 26-21-381-4-0
12/31/06 A.J. Feeley vs. Falcons (W) 33-22-321-3-0
12/4/06 Jeff Garcia vs. Panthers (W) 39-21-312-3-0
10/22/06 Donovan McNabb at Buccaneers (L) 35-22-302-3-3
10/8/06 Donovan McNabb vs Cowboys (W) 33-18-354-2-0
9/17/06 Donovan McNabb vs. Giants (L) OT 45-27-350-2-0
9/10/06 Donovan McNabb at Texans (W) 35-24-314-3-1
11/6/05 Donovan McNabb at Redskins (L) 35-22-304-1-1
10/2/05 Donovan McNabb at Chiefs (W) 48-33-369-3-1
9/25/05 Donovan McNabb vs. Raiders (W) 52-30-365-2-1
9/18/05 Donovan McNabb vs. 49ers (W) 29-23-342-5-0
2/6/05 Donovan McNabb vs. Patriots (L) 51-30-357-3-3
12/5/04 Donovan McNabb vs. Packers (W) 43-32-464-5-0
11/15/04 Donovan McNabb at Cowboys (W) 27-15-345-4-0
10/24/04 Donovan McNabb at Browns (W) OT 43-28-376-4-1
9/26/04 Donovan McNabb at Lions (W) 42-29-356-2-0
9/12/04 Donovan McNabb vs. Giants (W) 36-26-330-4-0
11/16/03 Donovan McNabb vs. Giants (W) 30-24-314-2-0
11/2/03 Donovan McNabb at Falcons (W) 33-21-312-1-0
9/9/01 Donovan McNabb vs. Rams (L) 48-32-312-2-1
12/10/00 Donovan McNabb at Browns (W) 36-23-390-4-0
10/1/00 Donovan McNabb vs. Falcons (W) 44-30-311-2-1
11/30/97 Bobby Hoying vs. Bengals (W) 42-26-313-4-1
11/24/96 Ty Detmer at Cardinals (L) 38-21-322-0-1
11/10/96 Ty Detmer vs. Bills (L) 44-26-315-2-1
10/27/96 Ty Detmer vs. Panthers (W) 38-23-342-1-1
12/24/94 Bubby Brister at Bengals (L) 37-26-325-1-0
12/4/94 R. Cunningham vs. Cowboys (L) 46-29-327-2-1
10/24/94 R. Cunningham vs. Oilers (W) 24-13-310-2-1
9/12/94 R. Cunningham vs. Bears (W) 36-24-311-3-0
9/4/94 R. Cunningham at Giants (L) 39-20-344-2-0
1/3/94 Bubby Brister at 49ers (W) OT 43-26-350-3-1
9/19/93 R. Cunningham vs. Redskins (W) 39-25-360-3-2
12/13/92 R. Cunningham at Seahawks (W) OT 44-27-365-0-1
11/10/91 Jim McMahon at Browns (W) 43-26-341-3-1
12/18/89 R. Cunningham at Saints (L) 39-19-306-2-2
10/2/89 R. Cunningham at Bears (L) 62-32-401-1-4
9/17/89 R. Cunningham at Redskins (W) 46-34-447-5-1
12/31/88 R. Cunningham at Bears (L) 54-27-407-0-3
11/6/88 R. Cunningham vs. Rams (W) 39-22-323-3-0
10/10/88 R. Cunningham vs. Giants (W) 41-31-369-3-0
11/29/87 R. Cunningham at Patriots (W) OT 31-18-314-2-1
10/11/87 Scott Tinsley at Cowboys (L) 34-24-338-3-0
12/15/85 Ron Jaworski at Chargers (L) 48-29-334-1-3
12/1/85 Ron Jaworski vs. Vikings (L) 42-23-320-2-1
11/3/85 Ron Jaworski at 49ers (L) 48-24-394-1-3
10/20/85 Ron Jaworski vs. Cowboys (W) 35-22-380-1-0
12/16/84 Joe Pisarcik at Falcons (L) 46-24-334-0-1
10/28/84 Ron Jaworski vs. Cardinals (L) 38-22-340-2-3
11/27/83 Ron Jaworski at Redskins (L) 36-19-333-3-1
9/11/83 Ron Jaworski vs. Redskins (L) 37-24-326-1-2
9/19/82 Ron Jaworski at Browns (W) 41-25-334-2-1
9/12/82 Ron Jaworski vs. Redskins (L) 38-27-371-2-0
10/18/81 Ron Jaworski at Vikings (L) 45-30-345-2-2
12/21/80 Ron Jaworski at Cowboys (L) 30-18-331-1-0
11/9/80 Ron Jaworski at Saints (W) 32-21-323-3-1
12/16/73 Roman Gabriel at Redskins (L) 39-22-302-1-1
12/2/73 Roman Gabriel at 49ers (L) 55-28-322-2-1
10/14/73 Roman Gabriel at Cardinals (W) 45-29-379-3-0
9/19/71 Pete Liske at Bengals (L) 40-20-301-2-3
9/28/69 Norm Snead vs. Steelers (W) 30-22-335-5-1
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
9/17/67 Norm Snead vs. Redskins (W) 27-18-301-2-0
12/5/65 Norm Snead vs. Cowboys (L) 43-20-320-0-0
11/14/65 Norm Snead vs. Redskins (W) 28-21-311-0-1
11/7/65 Norm Snead at Browns (L) 36-18-362-3-2
10/17/65 King Hill at Giants (L) 41-23-321-3-4
12/13/64 Norm Snead at Cardinals (L) 31-15-301-3-2
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
12/16/62 Sonny Jurgensen at Cardinals (L) 34-15-419-5-3
11/25/62 Sonny Jurgensen vs. Cowboys (W) 21-13-342-1-2
9/23/62 Sonny Jurgensen vs. Giants (L) 57-33-396-1-3
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
11/26/61 Sonny Jurgensen vs. Cowboys (W) 23-16-351-5-2
10/29/61 Sonny Jurgensen at Redskins (W) 41-27-436-3-2
10/1/61 Sonny Jurgensen vs. Cardinals (L) 36-24-399-3-2
11/16/58 Norm Van Brocklin vs. Cardinals(W) 29-19-318-2-1
10/1/55 Bobby Thomason vs. Redskins (L) 37-25-349-4-0
11/28/54 Adrian Burk vs. Redskins (W) 28-17-345-5-1
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
12/1/40 Davey O’Brien at Redskins (L) 60-33-316-1-0
Green - denotes playoff game
ALL-TIME 300-YARD PASSING PERFORMANCES
MOST 300-YARD PASSING GAMES, Career
1. Donovan McNabb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
2. Randall Cunningham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
3. Ron Jaworski . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
4. Sonny Jurgensen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
5. Norm Snead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
*includes playoff games
MOST 400-YARD PASSING GAMES, Career
1t. Randall Cunningham and Sonny Jurgensen . . . . . . .3
3. Donovan McNabb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
4. Bobby Thomason . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
MOST 300-YARD PASSING GAMES, Season
1. Donovan McNabb (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Sonny Jurgensen (1961) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
3. Donovan McNabb (2006 and 2005) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Randall Cunningham (1994) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Ron Jaworski (1985) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
*regular season only
Date Player/Opponent/Result Att-Yds-LG-TD
12/7/08 Brian Westbrook at Giants (W) 33-131-30t-1
11/27/08 Brian Westbrook vs. Cardinals (W) 22-110-17-2
10/26/08 Brian Westbrook vs. Falcons (W) 22-167-39t-2
12/23/07 Brian Westbrook at Saints (W) 17-100-21-0
12/9/07 Brian Westbrook vs. Giants (L) 20-116-21-0
11/18/07 Brian Westbrook vs. Dolphins (W) 32-148-36-0
11/11/07 Brian Westbrook at Redskins (W) 20-100-13-1
10/14/07 Brian Westbrook at Jets (W) 20-120-22-0
9/30/07 Correll Buckhalter at Giants (L) 17-103-17-0
9/23/07 Brian Westbrook vs. Lions (W) 14-110-25t-2
1/13/07 Brian Westbrook at Saints (L) 13-116-62t-2
1/7/07 Brian Westbrook vs. Giants (W) 20-141-49-1
12/25/06 Brian Westbrook at Cowboys (W) 26-122-16-0
11/26/06 Brian Westbrook at Colts (L) 20-124-21-1
11/19/06 Brian Westbrook vs. Titans (L) 22-102-27-0
11/12/06 Brian Westbrook vs. Redskins (W) 22-113-21-0
10/22/06 Brian Westbrook at Buccaneers (L) 13-101-23-0
9/24/06 Brian Westbrook at 49ers (W) 8-117-71t-2
12/11/05 Ryan Moats* vs. Giants (L) OT 11-114-40t-2
11/27/05 Brian Westbrook vs. Packers (W) 20-120-27t-1
10/3/04 Brian Westbrook at Bears (W) 22-119-29-0
9/12/04 Brian Westbrook at Giants (W) 17-119-50-0
1/11/04 Donovan McNabb vs. Packers (W) 11-107-41-0
12/7/03 Correll Buckhalter vs. Cowboys (W) 13-115-64t-1
10/26/03 Correll Buckhalter vs. Jets (W) 15-100-21-2
12/8/02 Duce Staley at Seahawks (W) 21-100-21t-1
11/17/02 Duce Staley vs. Cardinals (W) 31-135-13-0
10/28/02 Duce Staley vs. Giants (W) 24-126-23-0
10/28/02 Donovan McNabb vs. Giants (W) 8-107-40t-1
10/20/02 Duce Staley vs. Buccaneers (W) 24-152-57-0
10/6/02 Donovan McNabb at Jaguars (L) 12-100-26-1
11/18/01 Duce Staley at Cowboys (W) 26-102-18-0
11/11/01 Duce Staley vs. Vikings (W) 17-146-44t-1
10/7/01 Correll Buckhalter* vs. Cardinals (L) 21-134-37-0
11/26/00 Donovan McNabb at Redskins (W) 11-125-54-1
10/1/00 Brian Mitchell vs. Falcons (W) 2-105-85t-1
9/3/00 Duce Staley at Cowboys (W) 26-201-60-1
11/14/99 Duce Staley vs. Redskins (W) 28-122-20t-1
11/7/99 Duce Staley at Panthers (L) 17-140-29-1
10/17/99 Duce Staley at Bears (W) 23-101-26-0
10/10/99 Duce Staley vs. Cowboys (W) 22-110-19-0
9/12/99 Duce Staley vs. Cardinals (L) 21-111-24t-1
12/13/98 Duce Staley vs. Cardinals (L) OT 30-141-30t-1
11/8/98 Charlie Garner vs. Lions (W) 16-129-40-1
12/21/97 Charlie Garner at Redskins (L) 18-115-26-2
10/5/97 Ricky Watters vs. Redskins (W) 31-104-13-2
9/15/97 Ricky Watters at Cowboys (L) 20-106-20-0
12/1/96 Ricky Watters vs. Giants (W) 29-104-11-0
11/3/96 Ricky Watters at Cowboys (W) 24-116-17-1
10/20/96 Ricky Watters vs. Dolphins (W) 25-173-49t-1
10/13/96 Ricky Watters at Giants (W) 27-110-11-0
9/22/96 Ricky Watters at Falcons (W) 26-121-56t-2
9/15/96 Ricky Watters vs. Lions (W) 27-153-52-1
12/10/95 Ricky Watters vs. Cowboys (W) 33-112-15-1
11/26/95 Ricky Watters at Redskins (W) 25-124-25-2
10/15/95 Ricky Watters at Giants (W) 30-122-14-1
10/8/95 Ricky Watters vs. Redskins (W) OT 25-139-24-0
10/8/95 Charlie Garner vs. Redskins (W) OT 9-120-55t-3
10/9/94 Charlie Garner* vs. Redskins (W) 28-122-12-0
10/2/94 Charlie Garner* at 49ers (W) 16-111-28t-2
1/3/93 Heath Sherman at Saints (W) 21-105-16-1
12/27/92 Herschel Walker vs. Giants (W) 16-104-38-0
12/13/92 Herschel Walker at Seahawks (W) OT 23-111-18-1
12/6/92 Randall Cunningham vs. Vikings (W) 12-121-30-2
11/22/92 Heath Sherman at Giants (W) 17-109-30t-1
10/25/92 Herschel Walker vs. Cardinals (W) 20-112-36-0
9/13/92 Herschel Walker at Cardinals (W) 28-115-20-0
9/6/92 Herschel Walker vs. Saints (W) 26-112-32-0
11/12/90 Heath Sherman vs. Redskins (W) 35-124-22-0
11/4/90 Randall Cunningham vs. Patriots (W) 8-124-52t-1
11/4/90 Heath Sherman vs. Patriots (W) 24-113-17-0
9/23/90 Anthony Toney at Rams (W) 24-103-20-0
12/27/87 Keith Byars vs. Bills (W) 23-102-22-0
11/29/87 Anthony Toney at Patriots (W) OT 24-123-36-1
12/7/86 Keith Byars* vs. Cardinals (T) OT 24-127-32-0
11/16/86 Randall Cunningham vs. Lions (L) 14-110-20-0
12/22/85 Earnest Jackson at Vikings (W) 25-106-59-2
11/17/85 Earnest Jackson at Cardinals (W) 34-162-51t-1
10/13/85 Earnest Jackson vs. Cardinals (W) 27-103-13-0
12/9/84 Wilbert Montgomery vs. Patriots (W) 19-100-14-1
12/19/82 Wilbert Montgomery vs. Oilers (W) 17-147-90t-3
12/20/81 Wilbert Montgomery vs. Cardinals (W) 13-108-41-1
12/6/81 Wilbert Montgomery at Redskins (L) 27-116-13-0
11/22/81 Wilbert Montgomery vs. Giants (L) 25-102-24-0
11/15/81 Wilbert Montgomery vs. Colts (W) 22-115-13-2
11/8/81 Wilbert Montgomery at Cardinals (W) 20-118-23-0
10/25/81 Wilbert Montgomery vs. Buccaneers (W) 22-119-12-1
9/17/81 Wilbert Montgomery at Bills (W) 27-125-15-0
9/13/81 Wilbert Montgomery vs. Patriots (W) 18-137-41-0
1/11/81 Wilbert Montgomery vs. Cowboys (W) 26-194-55-1
9/14/80 Wilbert Montgomery at Vikings (W) 20-169-72t-2
12/2/79 Wilbert Montgomery vs. Lions (W) 22-108-20-1
11/25/79 Leroy Harris vs. Packers (W) 9-137-80-0
11/18/79 Wilbert Montgomery vs. Cardinals (W) 26-118-52-0
11/12/79 Wilbert Montgomery at Cowboys (W) 25-127-37t-1
11/4/79 Wilbert Montgomery vs. Browns (L) 30-197-62t-1
10/14/79 Wilbert Montgomery at Cardinals (W) 25-117-13-1
10/7/79 Wilbert Montgomery vs. Redskins (W) 22-127-24-3
9/23/79 Wilbert Montgomery at Giants (W) 29-126-12-1
12/17/78 Wilbert Montgomery vs. Giants (W) 25-130-47-2
12/17/78 Mike Hogan vs. Giants (W) 22-100-18-0
12/3/78 Wilbert Montgomery at Vikings (L) 24-115-36-1
10/15/78 Wilbert Montgomery vs. Redskins (W) 25-125-24-1
10/1/78 Wilbert Montgomery at Colts (W) 25-144-14-1
9/24/78 Wilbert Montgomery vs. Dolphins (W) 25-111-12-0
9/17/78 Wilbert Montgomery at Saints (W) 18-104-19-0
12/18/77 Wilbert Montgomery* vs. Jets (W) 22-103-27-2
10/9/77 Herb Lusk at Giants (W) 17-117-70-2
12/12/76 Tom Sullivan vs. Seahawks (W) 23-121-26-2
12/12/76 Mike Hogan* vs. Seahawks (W) 19-104-18-0
9/27/76 Mike Hogan* vs. Redskins (L) OT 22-100-32-0
11/25/73 Tom Sullivan vs. Giants (W) 32-156-27-1
10/7/73 Tom Sullivan at Bills (L) 26-155-30-0
10/7/73 Norm Bulaich at Bills (L) 13-104-20-0
9/23/73 Tom Sullivan at Giants (T) 18-100-14-1
12/21/69 Cyril Pinder at 49ers (L) 25-128-29-1
12/7/69 Tom Woodeshick vs. Redskins (L) 20-102-21-0
11/16/69 Tom Woodeshick vs. Rams (L) 25-130-21-1
12/8/68 Tom Woodeshick vs. Saints (W) 18-122-30-1
ALL-TIME 100-YARD RUSHING PERFORMANCES
9/22/68 Tom Woodeshick vs. Giants (L) 15-129-54-1
10/29/67 Tom Woodeshick vs. Cowboys (W) 20-101-26-1
10/8/67 Tom Woodeshick at Falcons (W) 20-129-41-1
12/18/66 Tom Woodeshick at Redskins (W) 27-105-21-2
12/4/66 Jack Concannon vs. Steelers (W) 15-129-29-1
10/23/66 Timmy Brown at Giants (W) 21-100-24-0
9/18/66 Izzy Lang vs. Falcons (W) 16-114-39-1
11/28/65 Timmy Brown at Cardinals (W) 18-180-43-1
11/7/65 Timmy Brown at Browns (L) 16-186-54-1
11/22/64 Earl Gros vs. Cardinals (L) 21-103-22-0
11/15/64 Earl Gros at Cowboys (W) 16-118-47-0
10/18/64 Ollie Matson at Giants (W) 19-100-54-2
10/11/64 Timmy Brown at Redskins (L) 14-101-36-2
10/4/64 Timmy Brown vs. Steelers (W) 16-116-33-0
10/4/64 Earl Gros vs. Steelers (W) 19-129-47-0
11/25/62 Timmy Brown vs. Cowboys (W) 17-107-22-2
10/23/60 Clarence Peaks at Browns (W) 13-102-57-0
10/25/59 Bill Barnes vs. Cardinals (W) 23-111-22-2
11/1/59 Bill Barnes vs. Redskins (W) 13-163-61-1
11/29/53 Don Johnson* at Giants (L) 13-121-63-1
11/15/53 Don Johnson* vs. Colts (W) 11-100-66-2
12/2/51 Frank Ziegler at Redskins (W) 20-136-28-0
11/19/50 Frank Ziegler vs. Cardinals (L) 18-113-52-0
11/12/50 Steve Van Buren at Redskins (W) 23-108-23-1
10/15/50 Toy Ledbetter* at Colts (W) 23-107-14-1
10/7/50 Frank Ziegler vs. Rams (W) 17-106-38-1
12/18/49 Steve Van Buren at Rams (W) 31-196-49-0
11/27/49 Steve Van Buren vs. Steelers (W) 27-205-41-0
11/20/49 Steve Van Buren vs. NY Bulldogs (W) 35-174-38-2
10/30/49 Steve Van Buren at Steelers (W) 17-103-31-2
10/23/49 Bosh Pritchard vs. Redskins (W) 11-128-77-1
10/3/49 Steve Van Buren at Lions (W) 33-135-12-2
11/21/48 Steve Van Buren vs. Redskins (W) 29-171-21-1
11/14/48 Steve Van Buren vs. Boston Yanks (W) 16-137-28-0
11/7/48 Steve Van Buren at Giants (W) 25-143-20-2
10/31/48 Steve Van Buren at Steelers (W) 22-109-21-1
11/2/47 Steve Van Buren at Redskins (W) 17-138-37-2
10/19/47 Steve Van Buren at Steelers (L) 21-133-45-0
10/5/47 Steve Van Buren vs. Giants (W) 16-105-28-0
11/24/46 Steve Van Buren vs. Redskins (L) 25-130-58-0
12/9/45 Steve Van Buren vs. Boston Yanks (W) 22-100-29-3
12/2/45 Steve Van Buren at Giants (L) 19-100-32-2
11/18/45 Steve Van Buren vs. Steelers (W) 19-107-24-2
11/11/45 Steve Van Buren vs. Giants (W) 19-129-28-2
11/5/44 Steve Van Buren* at Tigers (W) 12-129-70-2
11/28/43 Jack Hinkle at Redskins (W) 26-117-14-1
11/21/43 Jack Hinkle vs. Lions (W) 13-132-56-1
11/15/42 Bosh Pritchard* at Dodgers (W) 14-104-26-0
9/13/36 Swede Hanson vs. Giants (W) 15-107-NA-0
11/11/34 Swede Hanson vs. Dodgers (L) 17-118-NA-0
11/6/34 Swede Hanson vs. Reds (W) 18-190-NA-3
9/16/34 Swede Hanson at Packers (L) 13-116-NA-1
* - denotes rookie
Green - denotes playoff game
ALL-TIME 100-YARD RUSHING PERFORMANCES
MOST 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES, Career
1. Wilbert Montgomery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
2. Brian Westbrook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
3. Steve Van Buren . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
4. Duce Staley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
5. Ricky Watters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
*includes playoff games
MOST 200-YARD RUSHING GAMES, Career
1t. Duce Staley and Steve Van Buren . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
MOST 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES, Season
1. Wilbert Montgomery (1981) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
2. Wilbert Montgomery (1979) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
3. Brian Westbrook (2007 and 2006) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Ricky Watters (1996) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Wilbert Montgomery (1978) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
*regular season only
Date Player/Opponent/Result Yds (Rec, TD)
12/27/09 Brent Celek (TE) vs. Broncos (W) 121 (4,1)
12/20/09 DeSean Jackson vs. 49ers (W) 140 (6,1)
12/13/09 DeSean Jackson at Giants (W) 178 (6,1)
11/22/09 DeSean Jackson at Bears (W) 107, (8,1)
11/15/09 Jason Avant at Chargers (L) 156 (8,0)
10/11/09 Jeremy Maclin* vs. Buccaneers (W) 142 (6,2)
9/27/09 DeSean Jackson vs. Chiefs (W) 149 (6,1)
9/27/09 Brent Celek (TE) vs. Chiefs (W) 104 (8,1)
9/20/09 Brent Celek (TE) vs. Saints (L) 104 (8,0)
9/20/09 DeSean Jackson vs. Saints (L) 101 (4,1)
1/18/09 Kevin Curtis at Cardinals (L) 122 (4,0)
12/15/08 Jason Avant vs. Browns (W) 101 (5, 0)
11/2/08 Brent Celek (TE) at Seahawks (W) 131 (6, 0)
9/15/08 DeSean Jackson* vs. Cowboys (L) 110 (6, 0)
9/7/08 Hank Baskett vs. Rams (W) 102 (2, 1)
9/7/08 DeSean Jackson* vs. Rams (W) 106 (6, 0)
9/7/08 Greg Lewis vs. Rams (W) 104 (5, 0)
12/2/07 Kevin Curts vs. Seahawks (L) 111 (6, 1)
10/28/07 Reggie Brown at Vikings (W) 105 (8, 0)
10/14/07 Kevin Curtis at Jets (W) 121 (5, 1)
9/23/07 Kevin Curtis vs. Lions (W) 221 (11, 3)
9/23/07 Brian Westbrook (RB) vs. Lions (W) 111 (5, 1)
Westbrook also 14-110-2TDs rushing
1/13/07 Donté Stallworth at Saints (L) 100 (3, 1)
12/31/06 Hank Baskett* vs. Falcons (W) 177 (7, 1)
12/4/06 Donté Stallworth vs. Panthers (W) 111 (4, 1)
11/12/06 Donté Stalllworth vs. Redskins (W) 139 (6, 1)
10/22/06 Brian Westbrook (RB) at Bucs (L) 113 (7, 1)
Westbrook also 13-101-0TDs rushing
10/15/06 Reggie Brown at Saints (W) 121 (6, 1)
10/8/06 Hank Baskett* vs. Cowboys (W) 112 (3, 1)
9/24/06 Reggie Brown at 49ers (W) 106 (5, 0)
9/17/06 L.J. Smith (TE) vs. Giants (L) OT 111 (7, 0)
9/10/06 Donté Stallworth at Texans (W) 141 (6, 1)
10/30/05 Terrell Owens at Broncos (L) 154 (3, 1)
10/2/05 Terrell Owens at Chiefs (W) 171 (11, 1)
9/25/05 Brian Westbrook (RB) vs. Raiders (W) 140 (6, 1)
9/18/05 L.J. Smith (TE) vs. 49ers (W) 119 (9, 1)
9/18/05 Terrell Owens vs. 49ers (W) 143 (5, 2)
9/12/05 Terrell Owens at Falcons (L) 112 (7, 0)
2/6/05 Terrell Owens vs. Patriots (L) 122 (9, 0)
12/5/04 Terrell Owens vs. Packers (W) 161 (8, 1)
12/5/04 Brian Westbrook (RB) vs. Packers (W) 156 (11, 3)
11/21/04 Todd Pinkston vs. Redskins (W) 106 (5, 0)
11/15/04 Terrell Owens at Cowboys (W) 134 (6, 3)
10/31/04 Terrell Owens vs. Ravens (W) 101 (8, 1)
10/24/04 Terrell Owens at Browns (W) 109 (4, 2)
10/24/04 Todd Pinkston at Browns (W) OT 100 (6, 0)
10/17/04 Terrell Owens vs. Panthers (W) 123 (4, 0)
10/3/04 Terrell Owens at Bears (W) 110 (8, 1)
9/26/04 Terrell Owens at Lions (W) 107 (6, 1)
12/21/03 Todd Pinkston vs. 49ers (L) OT 121 (5, 1)
9/22/02 Antonio Freeman vs. Cowboys (W) 118 (6, 1)
9/16/02 James Thrash at Redskins (W) 107 (6, 1)
12/30/01 James Thrash vs. Giants (W) 143 (7, 1)
12/22/01 Duce Staley (RB) at 49ers (L) 103 (9, 0)
9/23/01 James Thrash at Seahawks (W) 165 (10, 2)
12/10/00 Chad Lewis at Browns (W) 100 (5, 0)
10/1/00 Torrance Small vs. Falcons (W) 122 (4, 1)
10/31/99 Torrance Small vs. Giants (L) OT 119 (4, 1)
11/30/97 Irving Fryar vs. Bengals (W) 122 (7, 0)
11/23/97 Irving Fryar vs. Steelers (W) 116 (7, 1)
11/10/97 Irving Fryar vs. 49ers (L) 138 (9, 0)
10/12/97 Irving Fryar at Jaguars (L) 124 (10, 3)
9/28/97 Irving Fryar at Vikings (L) 120 (9, 1)
9/7/97 Irving Fryar vs. Packers (W) 125 (8, 0)
8/31/97 Michael Timpson at Giants (L) 125 (9, 0)
11/24/96 Irving Fryar at Cardinals (L) 131 (7, 0)
11/17/96 Chris T. Jones vs. Redskins (L) 103 (7, 1)
11/3/96 Irving Fryar at Cowboys (W) 120 (9, 1)
10/27/96 Irving Fryar vs. Panthers (W) 143 (7, 0)
10/20/96 Irving Fryar vs. Dolphins (W) 116 (8, 4)
9/15/96 Chris T. Jones vs. Lions (W) 121 (9, 1)
12/30/95 Fred Barnett vs. Lions (W) 109 (8, 1)
12/17/95 Calvin Williams vs. Cardinals (W) 105 (7, 1)
11/12/95 Fred Barnett vs. Broncos (W) 105 (7, 0)
12/24/94 Calvin Williams at Bengals (L) 122 (6, 0)
11/6/94 Fred Barnett vs. Cardinals (W) 173 (11, 2)
10/24/94 Fred Barnett vs. Oilers (W) 187 (5, 1)
10/2/94 Calvin Williams at 49ers (W) 122 (9, 0)
9/12/94 Fred Barnett vs. Bears (W) 102 (8, 0)
1/3/94 James Joseph (RB) at 49ers (W) OT 109 (6, 0)
12/19/93 Calvin Williams at Colts (W) 105 (6, 1)
12/12/93 Herschel Walker (RB) vs. Bills (L) 109 (11, 0)
11/28/93 Herschel Walker (RB) at Redskins (W) 103 (10, 0)
9/19/93 Calvin Williams vs. Redskins (W) 181 (8, 3)
1/3/93 Fred Barnett at Saints (W) 102 (4, 2)
12/13/92 Fred Barnett at Seahawks (W) OT 161 (9, 0)
9/20/92 Fred Barnett vs. Broncos (W) 102 (5, 1)
9/20/92 Calvin Williams vs. Broncos (W) 108 (5, 2)
9/13/92 Fred Barnett at Cardinals (W) 193 (8, 2)
11/17/91 Fred Barnett vs. Bengals (W) 108 (6, 0)
11/10/91 Fred Barnett at Browns (W) 146 (8, 1)
9/22/91 Roy Green vs. Steelers (W) 114 (6, 0)
9/15/91 Fred Barnett at Cowboys (W) 111 (7, 1)
9/1/91 Keith Byars (RB) at Packers (W) 111 (8, 1)
1/5/91 Keith Jackson (TE) vs. Redskins (L) 116 (5, 0)
12/16/90 Fred Barnett* vs. Packers (W) 108 (5, 0)
12/2/90 Fred Barnett* at Bills (L) 112 (2, 1)
11/25/90 Keith Byars (RB) vs. Giants (W) 128 (8, 0)
10/15/90 Fred Barnett* vs. Vikings (W) 114 (4, 1)
9/30/90 Keith Byars (RB) vs. Colts (L) 133 (12, 0)
12/18/89 Keith Byars (RB) at Saints (L) 109 (6, 0)
10/2/89 Cris Carter at Bears (L) 113 (8, 0)
9/17/89 Keith Byars (RB) at Redskins (W) 130 (8, 0)
9/17/89 Keith Jackson (TE) at Redskins (W) 126 (12, 3)
9/10/89 Mike Quick vs. Seahawks (W) 140 (6, 1)
12/31/88 Keith Byars (RB) at Bears (L) 103 (9, 0)
12/31/88 Keith Jackson (TE) at Bears (L) 142 (7, 0)
10/10/88 Cris Carter vs. Giants (W) 162 (5, 1)
9/18/88 Mike Quick at Redskins (L) 105 (4, 1)
12/20/87 Mike Quick at Jets (W) 148 (6, 2)
11/29/87 Mike Quick at Patriots (W) OT 121 (5, 2)
10/18/87 Otis Grant at Packers (L) 135 (7, 0)
10/11/87 Kevin Bowman at Cowboys (L) 123 (5, 1)
12/7/86 Mike Quick vs. Cardinals (T) OT 127 (5, 0)
11/30/86 Mike Quick at Raiders (W) OT 145 (8, 3)
9/21/86 Kenny Jackson vs. Broncos (L) 127 (5, 1)
12/1/85 Mike Quick vs. Vikings (L) 127 (8, 1)
ALL-TIME 100-YARD RECEIVING PERFORMANCES
11/10/85 Mike Quick vs. Falcons (W) 145 (3, 1)
11/6/85 John Spagnola (TE) at Saints (L) 124 (12, 2)
11/3/85 Mike Quick at 49ers (L) 146 (6, 1)
10/27/85 Mike Quick vs. Bills (W) 117 (8, 1)
10/20/85 Kenny Jackson vs. Cowboys (W) 134 (6, 1)
10/13/85 Herman Hunter (RB) vs. Cardinals (W) 120 (6, 1)
12/16/84 Mike Quick at Falcons (L) 135 (7, 1)
12/2/84 John Spagnola (TE) vs. Cowboys (L) 114 (11, 0)
11/25/84 Mike Quick at Cardinals (L) 107 (8, 1)
11/4/84 Mike Quick at Lions (T) OT 110 (5, 1)
10/28/84 Mike Quick vs. Cardinals (L) 170 (6, 1)
9/2/84 Mike Quick at Giants (L) 147 (8, 1)
12/18/83 Harold Carmichael at Cardinals (L) 102 (5, 0)
11/27/83 Mike Quick at Redskins (L) 104 (5, 2)
11/6/83 Mike Quick vs. Cowboys (L) 120 (7, 1)
10/2/83 Mike Quick at Falcons (W) 122 (4, 1)
9/25/83 Mike Quick vs. Cardinals (L) 133 (6, 0)
9/18/83 Mike Quick at Broncos (W) 152 (6, 1)
9/11/83 Mike Quick vs. Redskins (L) 106 (4, 1)
9/11/83 Harold Carmichael vs. Redskins (L) 108 (9, 0)
11/28/82 Harold Carmichael at Redskins (L) 109 (6, 1)
9/19/82 Harold Carmichael at Browns (W) 100 (6, 0)
11/8/81 Harold Carmichael at Cardinals (W) 103 (5, 2)
11/1/81 Harold Carmichael vs. Cowboys (L) 151 (5, 1)
10/18/81 Harold Carmichael at Vikings (L) 109 (8, 1)
10/18/81 Wilbert Montgomery (RB) at Vikings (L) 143 (10, 1)
12/14/80 Charles Smith vs. Cardinals (W) 134 (7, 0)
11/9/80 Charles Smith at Saints (W) 137 (9, 0)
11/2/80 Charles Smith at Seahawks (W) 109 (5, 1)
9/28/80 Harold Carmichael at Cardinals (L) 108 (5, 0)
9/7/80 Harold Carmiachel vs. Broncos (W) 135 (3, 1)
12/23/79 Harold Carmichael vs. Bears (W) 111 (6, 2)
9/10/79 Harold Carmichael vs. Falcons (L) 127 (9, 0)
12/3/78 Harold Carmichael at Vikings (L) 115 (4, 2)
11/19/78 Harold Carmichael at Giants (W) 105 (5, 0)
10/29/78 Harold Carmichael vs. Cardinals (L) 126 (7, 1)
10/22/78 Keith Krepfle (TE) at Cowboys (L) 100 (4, 1)
10/30/77 Harold Carmichael at Redskins (L) 116 (4, 1)
11/9/75 Charles Smith vs. Cardinals (L) 102 (7, 0)
12/8/74 Charle Young (TE) at Giants (W) 103 (9, 1)
11/17/74 Charle Young (TE) vs. Cardinals (L) 101 (7, 0)
12/16/73 Harold Carmichael at Redskins (L) 111 (4, 0)
12/16/73 Charle Young* (TE) at Redskins (L) 104 (5, 1)
12/9/73 Harold Carmichael vs. Jets (W) 146 (5, 1)
12/2/73 Charle Young* (TE) at 49ers (L) 112 (6, 1)
11/18/73 Charle Young* (TE) at Cowboys (L) 113 (4, 1)
11/11/73 Harold Carmichael vs. Falcons (L) 105 (6, 1)
11/4/73 Charle Young* (TE) vs. Patriots (W) 108 (8, 2)
10/14/73 Harold Carmichael at Cardinals (W) 187 (12, 2)
9/30/73 Norm Bulaich vs. Redskins (L) 109 (6, 1)
9/23/73 Harold Carmichael at Giants (T) OT 103 (5, 1)
12/17/72 Harold Carmichael at Cardinals (L) 100 (5, 1)
11/26/72 Harold Jackson at Giants (L) 152 (5, 1)
10/2/72 Harold Jackson vs. Giants (L) 138 (9, 0)
9/24/72 Harold Jackson vs. Browns (L) 131 (7, 1)
9/17/72 Harold Jackson at Cowboys (L) 161 (9, 0)
12/19/71 Harold Jackson at Giants (W) 145 (7, 1)
12/12/71 Harold Jackson vs. Cardinals (W) 109 (4, 1)
11/28/71 Ben Hawkins vs. Redskins (L) 126 (7, 0)
11/21/71 Harold Jackson at Cardinals (W) 117 (8, 1)
9/19/71 Ben Hawkins at Bengals (L) 118 (7, 2)
11/1/70 Ben Hawkins at Cowboys (L) 105 (2, 1)
10/11/70 Harold Jackson at Giants (L) 194 (7, 2)
12/7/69 Ben Hawkins vs. Redskins (L) 112 (4, 0)
11/30/69 Gary Ballman at Saints (L) 119 (4, 1)
11/23/69 Harold Jackson at Cardinals (W) 127 (8, 0)
11/9/69 Harold Jackson at Redskins (T) 112 (8, 0)
10/26/69 Harold Jackson vs. Saints (W) 105 (6, 0)
10/19/69 Harold Jackson at Cowboys (L) 107 (3, 1)
10/13/69 Harold Jackson at Colts (L) 138 (8, 1)
10/5/69 Gary Ballman vs. Cowboys (L) 108 (5, 0)
9/28/69 Ben Hawkins vs. Steelers (W) 145 (7, 4)
10/27/68 Ben Hawkins at Steelers (L) 108 (7, 0)
10/10/68 Fred Hill (TE) vs. Redskins (L) 114 (9, 0)
10/6/68 Ben Hawkins at Redskins (L) 105 (6, 1)
9/29/68 Ben Hawkins vs. Cowboys (L) 103 (6, 0)
12/3/67 Ben Hawkins at Redskins (T) 151 (5, 2)
10/22/67 Ben Hawkins at Cardinals (L) 197 (6, 1)
10/15/67 Ben Hawkins vs. 49ers (L) 150 (6, 1)
10/1/67 Ben Hawkins vs. Steelers (W) 187 (8, 2)
9/17/67 Gary Ballman vs. Redskins (W) 105 (4, 2)
9/17/67 Ben Hawkins vs. Redskins (W) 100 (5, 0)
9/25/66 Pete Retzlaff (TE) vs. Giants (W) 120 (5, 1)
12/5/65 Ray Poage vs. Cowboys (L) 142 (5, 1)
12/5/65 Pete Retzlaff (TE) vs. Cowboys (L) 118 (6, 0)
11/28/65 Pete Retzlaff (TE) at Cardinals (W) 148 (9, 3)
11/14/65 Pete Retzlaff (TE) vs. Redskins (W) 204 (7, 0)
11/7/65 Pete Retzlaff (TE) at Browns (L) 151 (7, 3)
10/17/65 Pete Retzlaff (TE) at Giants (L) 133 (6, 1)
9/26/65 Timmy Brown (RB) vs. Giants (L) 106 (8, 0)
9/19/65 Timmy Brown (RB) vs. Cardinals (W) 129 (7, 1)
12/13/64 Pete Retzlaff (TE) at Cardinals (L) 106 (6, 1)
11/29/64 Pete Retzlaff (TE) at Browns (L) 100 (5, 1)
11/8/64 Pete Retzlaff (TE) at Rams (L) 105 (6, 0)
10/25/64 Bill Mack at Steelers (W) 104 (3, 1)
10/4/64 Timmy Brown (RB) vs. Steelers (W) 110 (2, 2)
Brown also 16-116-0TDs rushing
9/20/64 Pete Retzlaff (TE) vs. 49ers (L) 121 (8, 1)
9/13/64 Pete Retzlaff (TE) vs. Giants (W) 139 (6, 1)
10/13/63 Tommy McDonald at Redskins (W) 139 (8, 2)
10/6/63 Pete Retzlaff (TE) vs. Cowboys (W) 107 (4, 0)
9/15/63 Tommy McDonald vs. Steelers (T) 179 (7, 2)
12/16/62 Tommy McDonald at Cardinals (L) 162 (4, 3)
12/16/62 Timmy Brown (RB) at Cardinals (L) 199 (5, 2)
12/9/62 Pete Retzlaff (TE) vs. Steelers (L) 122 (7, 2)
12/2/62 Pete Retzlaff (TE) at Redskins (W) 135 (8, 1)
11/25/62 Tommy McDonald vs. Cowboys (W) 108 (3, 1)
11/25/62 Pete Retzlaff (TE) vs. Cowboys (W) 113 (4, 0)
10/28/62 Timmy Brown (RB) at Vikings (L) 174 (5, 1)
10/21/62 Howard Cassady vs. Redskins (L) 133 (8, 2)
10/14/62 Tommy McDonald at Cowboys (L) 131 (7, 0)
9/30/62 Tommy McDonald vs. Browns (W) 140 (6, 1)
9/23/62 Timmy Brown (RB) vs. Giants (L) 160 (9, 1)
9/16/62 Pete Retzlaff (TE) vs. Cardinals (L) 126 (4, 0)
12/17/61 Pete Retzlaff at Lions (W) 105 (9, 1)
12/10/61 Tommy McDonald vs. Giants (L) 237 (7, 2)
11/26/61 Tommy McDonald vs. Cowboys (W) 131 (5, 3)
11/5/61 Tommy McDonald vs. Bears (W) 109 (6, 1)
10/29/61 Tommy McDonald at Redskins (W) 141 (7, 1)
10/29/61 Pete Retzlaff at Redskins (W) 125 (7, 2)
ALL-TIME 100-YARD RECEIVING PERFORMANCES
10/1/61 Tommy McDonald vs. Cardinals (L) 187 (11, 0)
10/1/61 Bobby Walston vs. Cardinals (L) 127 (2, 0)
12/18/60 Tommy McDonald at Redskins (W) 116 (2, 2)
12/18/60 Timmy Brown (RB) at Redskins (W) 128 (5, 1)
12/18/60 Pete Retzlaff at Redskins (W) 110 (5, 1)
12/11/60 Timmy Brown (RB) at Steelers (L) 112 (3, 1)
12/4/60 Pete Retzlaff at Cardinals (W) 123 (5, 1)
11/20/60 Bobby Walston at Giants (W) 119 (6, 0)
11/6/60 Tommy McDonald vs. Steelers (W) 141 (8, 3)
10/9/60 Pete Retzlaff vs. Cardinals (W) 132 (7, 2)
12/6/59 Tommy McDonald at Redskins (W) 153 (9, 3)
11/15/59 Pete Retzlaff vs. Cardinals (W) 137 (5, 1)
10/25/59 Tommy McDonald at Cardinals (W) 122 (3, 2)
10/4/59 Tommy McDonald vs. Giants (W) 133 (6, 3)
12/14/58 Tommy McDonald at Redskins (L) 148 (4, 0)
11/16/58 Bill Barnes (RB) vs. Cardinals (W) 109 (7, 0)
10/26/58 Pete Retzlaff at Packers (L) 121 (6, 0)
10/14/56 Bobby Walston at Steelers (W) 108 (4, 1)
9/30/56 Bobby Walston at Rams (L) 115 (5, 0)
12/11/55 Pete Pihos at Bears (L) 114 (11, 0)
12/4/55 Pete Pihos vs. Cardinals (W) 127 (10, 1)
11/27/55 Pete Pihos vs. Rams (L) 103 (6, 1)
11/13/55 Bill Stribling vs. Browns (W) 123 (6, 2)
11/6/55 Pete Pihos at Redskins (L) 119 (8, 1)
12/12/54 Pete Pihos vs. Giants (W) 119 (8, 1)
11/28/54 Jerry Williams (RB) vs. Redskins (W) 163 (6, 1)
11/7/54 Dom Moselle (RB) vs. Cardinals (W) 100 (7, 1)
10/23/54 Pete Pihos at Steelers (L) 111 (7, 1)
10/17/54 Pete Pihos at Redskins (W) 132 (9, 3)
10/3/54 Jerry Williams (RB) at Cardinals (W) 166 (5, 1)
10/3/54 Bobby Walston at Cardinals (W) 110 (5, 3)
11/21/53 Pete Pihos vs. Cardinals (W) 113 (7, 0)
11/15/53 Pete Pihos vs. Colts (W) 118 (7, 1)
11/15/53 Bobby Walston vs. Colts (W) 110 (7, 0)
11/8/53 Bobby Walston vs. Giants (W) 176 (8, 2)
11/8/53 Pete Pihos vs. Giants (W) 145 (7, 2)
10/25/53 Pete Pihos at Cardinals (W) 156 (8, 1)
10/10/53 Bobby Walston at Browns (L) 110 (4, 0)
12/7/52 Bud Grant vs. Dallas Texans (W) 203 (11, 2)
11/30/52 Bud Grant at Cardinals (L) 186 (8, 1)
11/23/52 Bobby Walston at Browns (W) 121 (4, 1)
10/12/52 Bud Grant vs. Steelers (W) 111 (5, 1)
9/28/52 Bud Grant at Steelers (W) 135 (4, 1)
10/21/51 Bobby Walston* at Giants (L) 118 (6, 2)
10/22/50 Jack Ferrante at Steelers (W) 118 (5, 0)
10/15/50 Jack Ferrante at Colts (W) 103 (6, 0)
10/7/50 Jack Ferrante vs. Rams (W) 101 (4, 2)
11/13/49 Clyde Scott (RB) at Redskins (W) 127 (4, 1)
12/12/48 Jack Ferrante vs. Lions (W) 184 (7, 3)
11/28/48 Pete Pihos vs. Steelers (W) 112 (7, 1)
11/7/48 Pete Pihos at Giants (W) 128 (5, 2)
12/14/47 Pete Pihos* vs. Packers (W) 108 (4, 1)
11/11/45 Jack Ferrante vs. Giants (W) 135 (5, 2)
12/5/43 Tony Bova vs. Packers (L) 106 (3, 2)
11/1/42 Fred Meyer* at Redskins (L) 119 (4, 0)
12/1/40 Don Looney* at Redskins (L) 180 (14, 0)
10/26/40 Lester McDonald vs. Brook. Dodg. (L) 102 (6, 0)
9/22/40 Don Looney* at Rams (L) 129 (8, 2)
9/15/40 Don Looney* at Packers (L) 115 (8, 1)
11/19/39 Herschel Ramsey at Bears (L) 131 (8, 1)
9/11/38 Joe Carter vs. Redskins (L) 114 (6, 2)
11/14/37 Joe Carter at Packers (L) 139 (6, 1)
* - denotes rookie
Green - denotes playoff game
ALL-TIME 100-YARD RECEIVING PERFORMANCES
MOST 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES, Career
1. Pete Retzlaff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
2t. Harold Carmichael, Mike Quick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
4. Tommy McDonald . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
5t. Fred Barnett, Pete Pihos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
7t. Ben Hawkins, Harold Jackson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
9. Terrell Owens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
10. Irving Fryar, Bobby Walston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
*includes playoff games
MOST 200-YARD RECEIVING GAMES, Career
1t. Kevin Curtis, Pete Retzlaff,
Tommy McDonald, Bud Grant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
MOST 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES, Season
1. Terrell Owens (2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
2. Irving Fryar (1997) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Mike Quick (1983) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
4. (eight times) last by DeSean Jackson (2009) . . . . . .5
*regular season only
100-100-300 PERFORMANCES IN SAME GAME
Date 100-yd. Rusher (yards) 100-yd. Receiver (yards) 300-yd. Passer (yards)
9/23/07 vs. Det. Brian Westbrook (110) Kevin Curtis (221), Brian Westbrook (111) Donovan McNabb (381)
10/22/06 at TB Brian Westbrook (101) Brian Westbrook (113) Donovan McNabb (302)
10/1/00 vs. Atl. Brian Mitchell (105) Torrance Small (122) Donovan McNabb (311)
12/13/92 at Sea. Herschel Walker (111) Fred Barnett (161) Randall Cunningham (365)
11/29/87 at NE Anthony Toney (123) Mike Quick (121) Randall Cunningham (314)
11/7/65 at Cle. Timmy Brown (186) Pete Retzlaff (151) Norm Snead (362)
11/25/62 vs. Dal. Timmy Brown (107) Pete Retzlaff (113), Tommy McDonald (108) Sonny Jurgensen (342)
11/15/53 vs. Bal. Don Johnson (100) Pete Pihos (118), Bobby Walston (110) Bobby Thomason (329)
ALL-TIME PUNT RETURNS FOR TOUCHDOWNS
Date Player/Opponent/Result Yards
11/22/92 Vai Sikahema at Giants (W) 87
9/13/09 DeSean Jackson at Panthers (W) 85
10/19/03 Brian Westbrook at Giants (W) 84
12/21/03 Brian Westbrook vs. 49ers (L) 81
10/4/59 Tommy McDonald vs. Giants (W) 81
10/25/42 Ernie Steele* at Bears (L) 80 (lateral)
12/21/47 Bosh Pritchard at Steelers (W) 79
11/25/02 Brian Mitchell at 49ers (W) 76
11/30/86 Greg Garrity at LA Raiders (W) 76
12/13/09 DeSean Jackson at Giants (W) 72
9/24/00 Brian Mitchell at Saints (W) 72
10/30/49 Clyde Scott* at Steelers (W) 70
11/23/47 Pat McHugh* at Boston Yanks (L) 69
10/5/08 DeSean Jackson* vs. Redskins (L) 68
11/6/66 Aaron Martin vs. Cowboys (W) 67
12/3/61 Timmy Brown at Steelers (W) 66
12/19/65 Bob Shann* vs. Lions (L) 63
10/11/59 Art Powell* vs. Steelers (W) 58
9/3/78 Wally Henry vs. LA Rams (L) 57
11/9/52 Don Stevens vs. Redskins (W) 56
10/31/48 Bosh Pritchard at Steelers (W) 55
10/22/44 Steve Van Buren* vs. Boston Yanks (W) 55
10/6/68 Alvin Haymond at Redskins (L) 54
10/26/52 Bibbles Bawel* at Giants (W) 52
12/8/46 Steve Van Buren at Boston Yanks (W) 50
12/4/49 Frank Reagan at Giants (W) 41
* - denotes rookie
Green - denotes playoff game
ALL-TIME KICKOFF RETURNS FOR TOUCHDOWNS
Date Player/Opponent/Result Yards
9/17/61 Timmy Brown vs. Browns (W) 105
10/7/50 Russ Craft vs. Rams (W) 103
11/6/38 Dave Smukler vs. Brooklyn Dodgers (L) 101
11/23/08 Quintin Demps at Ravens (L) 100
9/22/63 Timmy Brown vs. Cardinals (L) 100
12/2/62 Timmy Brown at Redskins (W) 99
12/11/77 Wilbert Montgomery* vs. Giants (W) 99
9/22/68 Alvin Haymond vs. Giants (L) 98
12/2/45 Steve Van Buren at Giants (L) 98
11/1/42 Bosh Pritchard* at Redskins (L) 97
9/22/96 Derrick Witherspoon at Falcons (W) 97
11/12/44 Steve Van Buren* vs. Giants (T) 97
9/24/55 Jerry Norton vs. Giants (W) 96
11/24/96 Derrick Witherspoon at Cardinals (L) 95
9/28/47 Steve Van Buren vs. Redskins (W) 95
11/4/01 Brian Mitchell at Cardinals (W) 94
12/24/94 Herschel Walker at Bengals (L) 94
11/6/66 Timmy Brown vs. Cowboys (W) 93
12/2/79 Billy Campfield vs. Lions (W) 92
11/6/66 Timmy Brown vs. Cowboys (W) 90
11/14/99 Allen Rossum vs. Redskins (W) 89
11/18/84 Andre Waters* vs. Redskins (W) 89
10/1/00 Brian Mitchell vs. Falcons (W) 89
12/17/95 Derrick Witherspoon* vs. Cardinals (W) 86
11/2/97 Willie Clark at Cardinals (L) 39
* - denotes rookie
ALL-TIME KICK RETURNS FOR TOUCHDOWNS
SCORING
Most Touchdowns Scored
5 James Stewart, Jaguars (10/12/97 at Jax.) (all rushing)
4 Joseph Addai, Colts (11/26/06 at Ind.); Larry Brown, Redskins
(12/16/73 at Was.); Ron Johnson, Giants (10/2/72 at Phi.); John
David Crow, Cardinals (12/16/62 at StL); Jim Taylor, Packers
(11/11/62 at Phi.); Jim Brown, Browns (11/19/61 at Cle.)
Most Field Goals
5 Al Del Greco, Titans (12/3/00 at Phi.), (5 att);
Richie Cunningham, Cowboys (9/15/97 at Dal.), (5 att); Raul Al-
legre, Colts (10/30/83 at Phi.) (6 att.); Mac Percival, Bears
(10/20/68 at Phi.) (5 att.); Jim Bakken, Cardinals (12/13/64 at
StL) (6 att.)
Longest Field Goal
62 Matt Bryant, Buccaneers (10/22/06 at TB)
56 Morten Andersen, Saints (12/26/93 at Phi.)
55 Martin Gramatica (12/23/07 at NO)
55 Steve Cox, Redskins (9/7/86 at Was.)
54 (five times) last by Dave Rayner, Packers (10/2/06 at Phi.)
RUSHING
Most Rushing Attempts
43 Butch Woolfolk, Giants (11/20/83 at Phi.)
Most Yards Rushing
237 Emmitt Smith, Cowboys (10/31/93 at Phi.) 30 att.
237 Jim Brown, Browns (11/19/61 at Cle.) 34 att.
221 Gerald Riggs, Redskins (9/17/89 at Was.) 29 att.
206 Tony Dorsett, Cowboys (12/4/77 at Dal.) 23 att.
Most Touchdowns Rushing
5 James Stewart, Jaguars (10/12/97 at Jax.)
4 Joseph Addai, Colts (11/26/06 at Ind.); Jim Taylor, Packers
(11/11/62 at Phi.); Jim Brown, Browns (11/19/61 at Cle.)
Longest Run From Scrimmage
87t John Henry Johnson, Steelers (12/11/60 at Pit.)
85t Reggie Brooks, Redskins (9/19/93 at Phi.)
84t Herschel Walker, Cowboys (12/14/86 at Dal.)
PASSING
Most Passes Attempted
54 Tom Brady, Patriots (11/25/07 at NE)
54 Dan Marino, Dolphins (12/9/90 at Mia.) (OT)
53 Tom Ramsey, Patriots (11/29/87 at NE) (OT)
51 Jeff Garcia, 49ers (11/25/02 at SF)
Most Passes Completed
37 Daunte Culpepper, Vikings (9/20/04 at Phi.)
34 Tom Brady, Patriots (11/25/07 at NE)
34 Tom Ramsey, Patriots (11/29/87 at NE) (OT)
Most Yards Gained Passing
446 Jon Kitna, Lions (9/23/07 at Phi.)
428 Joe Montana, 49ers (9/24/89 at Phi.)
409 Phil Simms, Giants (9/2/84 at NYG)
402 Tom Ramsey, Patriots (11/29/87 at NE) (OT)
394 Don Meredith, Cowboys (10/9/66 at Dal.)
Most Touchdown Passes
5 Joe Montana, 49ers (9/24/89 at Phi.); Don Meredith, Cow-
boys (10/9/66 at Dal.); Sonny Jurgensen, Redskins (10/11/64
at Was.); Sammy Baugh, Redskins (9/28/47 at Phi.); Frank
Filchock, Redskins (10/8/44 at Phi.)
Longest Pass Play
96 Bill Kilmer to Walter Roberts, Saints (11/19/67 at Phi.)
93t Neil Lomax to Ernie Jones, Cardinals (12/10/88 at Pho.)
91t Jon Kitna to Roy Williams, Lions (9/23/07 at Phi.)
90t Seneca Wallace to Koren Robinson (11/2/08 at Sea.)
90t Virgil Carter to Speedy Thomas, Bengals (9/19/71 at Cin.)
RECEIVING
Most Passes Caught
13 Wes Welker, Patriots (11/25/07 at NE)
13 Terrell Owens, 49ers (11/25/02 at SF)
12 (4 times) last by T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Bengals (11/16/08
at Cin.)
Most Yards Gained Receiving
213 Tony Hill, Cowboys (11/12/79 at Dal.) 7 rec.
212 Hugh Taylor, Redskins (9/28/47 at Phi.) 8 rec.
204 Roy Williams, Lions (9/23/07 at Phi.) 9 rec.
193 Jessie Hester, Raiders (11/30/86 at LA) 4 rec.
Most Touchdown Passes Caught
3 Johnny Mitchell, Jets (10/3/93 at NYJ); Larry Brown, Red-
skins (12/16/73 at Was.); Ron Johnson, Giants (10/2/72 at
Phi.); Bob Hayes, Cowboys (10/9/66 at Dal.); Del Shofner,
Giants (12/10/61 at Phi.); Woodley Lewis, Chicago Cardinals
(12/14/57 at Phi.); Hugh Taylor, Redskins (9/28/47 at Phi.);
Frank Liebel, Giants (12/2/45 at NYG)
INTERCEPTIONS
Most Interceptions
3 Lofa Tatupu, Seahawks (12/2/07 at Phi.); Dave Waymer,
Saints (10/6/85 at NO); Herb Adderley, Cowboys (9/26/71 at
Phi.); Jim Bradshaw, Steelers (10/24/65 at Phi.); Dick Lynch,
Giants (9/29/63 at Phi.); Johnny Sample, Steelers (10/8/61 at
Phi.); Ray Ramsey, Chicago Cardinals (9/30/51 at Chi.); Ward
Cuff, Giants (9/13/41 at Phi.)
Longest Interception Return
107t Ed Reed, Ravens (11/23/08 at Bal.)
100t Mike Gaechter, Cowboys (10/14/62 at Dal.)
98 Brandon McDonald (12/15/08 vs. Cle.)
96t Roosevelt Taylor, Bears (10/20/68 at Phi.)
95t Sam Garnes, Giants (8/31/97 at NY)
MISCELLANEOUS
Most Punts
14 Sammy Baugh, Redskins (11/5/39 at Was.)
Longest Punt
85 Sammy Baugh, Redskins (12/1/40 at Was.)
80 Parker Hall, Cleveland Rams (12/3/39 at Phi.)
Longest Kickoff Return
104t Buddy Young, Colts (11/15/53 at Phi.)
103t George Hoey, Cardinals (11/21/71 at StL)
102t Larry Jones, Redskins (11/24/74 at Was.)
101t Wallace Francis, Bills (10/7/73 at Buf.)
101t Amos March, Cowboys (10/14/62 at Dal.)
Longest Punt Return
90t Adam Jones, Titans (11/19/06 at Phi.)
90t Jacquez Green, Redskins (9/16/02 at Was.)
88t Andre Coleman, Chargers (9/17/95 at Phi.)
87t Ted Ginn Jr., Dolphins (11/18/07 at Phi.)
86t Johnny Roland, Cardinals (10/2/66 at Phi.)
Longest Fumble Return
69t DeMarcus Ware, Cowboys (10/8/06 at Phi.)
63t Jim Ridlon, Cowboys (12/6/64 at Phi.)
Longest Return With Intercepted Lateral
93t Dick Poillon, Redskins (11/21/48 at Phi.)
BEST PERFORMANCES VS. EAGLES
SINGLE-SEASON TEAM RECORDS
SCORING
Most Points Scored
419 (2009, 15 games)
416 (2008, 16 games)
415 (2002, 16 games)
398 (2006, 16 games)
396 (1990, 16 games)
Fewest Scored
51 (1936, 12 games)
60 (1935, 11 games)
77 (1933, 9 games)
Most Allowed
409 (1967, 14 games)
393 (1973, 14 games)
388 (2005, 16 games)
381 (1963, 14 games)
Fewest Allowed
85 (1934, 11 games)
131 (1944, 10 games)
133 (1945, 10 games)
TOUCHDOWNS
Most Scored
50 (1948, 12 games)
49 (2006, 16 games)
49 (1953, 12 games)
48 (1990, 16 games)
48 (1980, 16 games)
48 (1965, 14 games)
48 (1949, 12 games)
Fewest Scored
6 (1936, 12 games)
Most Allowed
52 (1967, 14 games)
47 (1987, 15 games)
47 (1973, 14 games)
47 (1965, 14 games)
47 (1963, 14 games)
Fewest Allowed
9 (1934, 11 games)
17 (1950, 12 games)
17 (1949, 12 games)
18 (1945, 10 games)
Most by Rushing
30 (1949, 12 games)
28 (1944, 10 games)
27 (1945, 10 games)
Most by Passing
34 (1990, 16 games)
34 (1961, 14 games)
33 (1954, 12 games)
32 (2004, 16 games)
KICKING
Most Field Goals Made
33 (2008, 16 games)
32 (2009, 15 games)
30 (2002, 16 games)
30 (1984, 16 games)
29 (2000, 16 games)
Most PATs Made
50 (1948, 12 games)
48 (2006, 16 games)
48 (1980, 16 games)
47 (1949, 12 games)
RUSHING
Most Attempts
587 (1978, 16 games)
581 (1950, 12 games)
567 (1979, 16 games)
Most Yards Gained
2,607 (1949, 12 games)
2,556 (1990, 16 games)
2,509 (1981, 16 games)
2,456 (1978, 16 games)
PASSING
Most Attempts
620 (2005, 16 games)
606 (2008, 16 games)
606 (1984, 16 games)
587 (1997, 16 games)
581 (1988, 16 games)
Most Completions
362 (2008, 16 games)
350 (2007, 16 games)
337 (2005, 16 games)
336 (2004, 16 games)
Most Yards Gained
4,309 (2006, 16 games)
4,208 (2004, 16 games)
4,157 (2009, 15 games)
4,060 (2008, 16 games)
4,036 (1985, 16 games)
TOTAL YARDS
Most Yards Gained
6,103 (2006, 16 games)
5,766 (1980, 16 games)
5,758 (1981, 16 games)
5,729 (2007, 16 games)
5,700 (1990, 16 games)
FIRST DOWNS
Most First Downs
332 (1981, 16 games)
326 (1997, 16 games)
326 (1980, 16 games)
325 (1990, 16 games)
Most by Rushing
157 (1981, 16 games)
143 (1978, 16 games)
143 (1949, 12 games)
142 (1950, 12 games)
Most by Passing
204 (2008, 16 games)
203 (1997, 16 games)
196 (1996, 16 games)
189 (2006, 16 games)
188 (2004, 16 games)
188 (1985, 16 games)
Most by Penalty
41 (2003, 16 games)
34 (1988, 16 games)
32 (1998, 16 games)
30 (1989, 16 games)
FUMBLES
Most Opponents’ Fumbles
Recovered
27 (1987, 15 games)
26 (1989, 16 games)
INTERCEPTIONS
Most Thrown
31 (1962, 14 games)
29 (1968, 14 games)
29 (1951, 12 games)
Most Intercepted
33 (1944, 10 games)
32 (1988, 16 games)
31 (1960, 12 games)
30 (1989, 16 games)
PENALTIES
Most Penalties
138 (1994, 16 games)
134 (2005, 16 games)
124 (2004, 16 games)
120 (1990, 16 games)
117 (1996, 16 games)
Most Yards Penalized
1,130 (2005, 16 games)
1,107 (1994, 16 games)
983 (2006, 16 games)
981 (1990, 16 games)
980 (2000, 16 games)
QUARTERBACK SACKS
Most Sacks Made
62 (1989, 16 games)
60 (1984, 16 games)
57 (1987, 15 games)
56 (2002, 16 games)
56 (1992, 16 games)
55 (1991, 16 games)
53 (1986, 16 games)
53 (1985, 16 games)
Most Sacks Allowed
104 (1986, 16 games)
72 (1987, 15 games)
64 (1997, 16 games)
64 (1992, 16 games)
60 (1984, 16 games)
57 (1988, 16 games)
57 (1983, 16 games)
Fewest Sacks Allowed
22 (1981, 16 games)
23 (2008, 16 games)
23 (1970, 14 games)
26 (1980, 16 games)
26 (1971, 14 games)
27 (1963, 14 games)
28 (2006, 16 games)
Best Season, win percentage
1949 Won 12, Lost 1,
Percentage .923
Best Season, win total
2004 13 wins, 3 losses
Worst Season
1936 Won 1, Lost 11,
Percentage .083
Longest Winning Streak
9 (10/19/03 - 12/15/03)
9 (9/30/60 - 12/4/60)
Longest Winning Streak at Home
13 (12/12/47 - 12/11/49)
Longest Losing Streak at Home
8 (9/20/36 - 9/21/37)
Longest Winning Streak on Road
9 (10/19/03 - 10/24/04)
9 (11/12/00 - 12/16/01)
Longest Losing Streak on Road
13 (10/15/39 - 12/1/40)
Longest Losing Streak
14 (9/20/36 - 9/21/37)
Most Consecutive Wins - Start of
Season
7 in 2004
Most Consecutive Wins - End of
Season
8 in 1949 (Reg. Season)
Most Consecutive Losses - Start
of Season
11 in 1968
Most Consecutive Losses - End of
Season
11 in 1936
Total Shutouts by Eagles
35 last vs. NYG, 12/1/96
Most Shutouts in a Season
4 in 1934 and 1948
Most Consecutive Games Scored
Points
126 (11/8/42 - 12/8/53)
Most Consecutive Games Scored
Touchdown
88 (11/8/42 - 11/26/50)
Largest Comeback Victory by Ea-
gles
28-24 vs. Chicago Cardinals at
Metropolitan Stadium, Oc-
tober 25, 1959 (came back
from 24-0 deficit in 3rd qtr.)
28-24 vs. Washington Redskins at
Griffith Stadium, October
27, 1946 (came back from
24-0 deficit at halftime)
Largest Comeback vs. Eagles
28-23 vs. Minnesota Vikings at
Veterans Stadium, Decem-
ber 1, 1985 (came back
from 23-0 deficit in 4th qtr.)
SCORING
Most Scored
64 vs. Cincinnati Reds, 11/6/34
56 vs. Detroit Lions, 9/23/07
56 at Chicago Cardinals, 10/25/53
56 vs. Los Angeles Rams, 10/7/50
Most Allowed
62 at Giants, 11/26/72
56 at Cowboys, 10/9/66
56 at Giants, 10/15/33
Most, Both Teams
87 Eagles 45, Redskins 42, (at Phil.) 9/28/47
86 Eagles, 44, Bengals 42, (at Phil.) 11/30/97
Fewest, Both Teams
0 Eagles 0, Brooklyn Dodgers 0, (at Phil.), 10/1/39
Most, Both Teams — One Quarter
47 Eagles 20, Cardinals 27, (at StL), 12/13/64
Most Scored in 1st Quarter
27 at Steelers, 12/12/1965
26 vs. Cincinnati Reds, 11/6/1934
24 at Falcons, 10/8/1967
Most Allowed in 1st Quarter
28 at Broncos, 10/4/1998
28 at Cowboys, 10/19/1969
24 at Bills, 12/2/1990
21 at Jaguars, 10/12/1997
21 at Cowboys, 10/11/1987
21 vs. St. Louis Cardinals, 9/16/1973
21 at Cowboys, 10/9/1966
21 at GB Packers, 9/15/1940
21 at NY Giants, 10/15/1933
Most Scored Both Teams in 1st Quarter
35 at Saints, 12/23/2007, (E-21, NO-14)
35 at Cowboys, 10/19/1969, (E-7, C-28)
28 vs. Lions, 9/23/2007, (E-21, D-7)
28 at Broncos, 10/4/1998, (E-0, B-28)
28 vs. Packers, 12/5/1943, (E-14, P-14)
27 at Phoenix Cardinals, 11/24/1991, (E-20, A-7)
27 at Redskins, 9/17/1989, (E-7, W-20)
27 at Steelers, 12/12/1965, (E-27, S-0)
27 vs. St. Louis Cardinals, 9/19/1965, (E-10, C-17)
Most Scored in 2nd Quarter
31 vs. Lions, 12/30/1995
28 vs. Panthers, 9/13/09
28 vs. Packers, 12/5/2004
28 vs. Cowboys, 11/15/2004
28 vs. Saints, 11/19/1967
Most Allowed in 2nd Quarter
28 vs. Bears, 10/4/1987
28 vs. St. Louis Cardinals, 10/18/1970
28 vs. Packers, 11/11/1962
28 at Bears, 10/17/1943
Most Total Both Teams in 2nd Quarter
47 at St. Louis Cardinals, 12/13/1964, (E-20, C-27)
42 at Cowboys, 11/15/2004, (E-28, D-14)
42 at Redskins, 11/27/1983, (E-21, W-21)
38 at St.Louis Cardinals, 12/16/1962, (E-21, C-17)
Most Scored in 1st Half
42 vs. Lions, 9/23/2007
38 vs. Lions, 12/30/1995
35 vs. Packers, 12/5/2004
35 at Cowboys, 11/15/2004
35 vs. Redskins, 10/23/1949
Most Allowed in 1st Half
42 at Cowboys, 10/19/1969
38 at Giants, 11/26/1972
35 vs. Seahawks, 12/5/2005
35 at Broncos, 10/4/1998
35 vs. Bears, 10/4/1987
35 vs. Packers, 11/11/1962
35 at Bears, 10/17/1943
Most Scored Both Teams 1st Half
63 vs. Lions, 9/23/2007, (E-42, D-21)
59 at St. Louis Cardinals, 12/16/1962, (E-28, C-31)
57 at St. Louis Cardinals, 12/13/1964, (E-27, C-30)
54 at Cowboys, 9/15/2008, (E-30, D-24)
49 at Cowboys, 11/15/2004, (E-35, D-14)
49 at Redskins, 11/27/1983, (E-21, W-28)
49 at Cowboys, 10/19/1969, (E-7, C-42)
Most Scored in 3rd Quarter
21 vs. Redskins, 11/12/1990
21 vs. Patriots, 11/4/1973
21 at Redskins, 12/3/1967
21 vs. Chi. Cardinals (at Minneapolis), 10/25/1959
21 vs. NY Giants, 10/4/1959
21 vs. Redskins, 11/28/1954
21 vs. NY Bulldogs, 11/20/1949
Most Allowed in 3rd Quarter
28 vs. Redskins, 10/1/1955
23 at Giants, 10/21/1951
Most Scored Both Teams 3rd Quarter
42 vs. Redskins, 10/1/1955, (E-14, R-28)
35 at Redskins, 12/3/1967, (E-21, R-14)
34 at Redskins, 11/1/1942, (E-14, R-20)
Most Scored in 4th Quarter
26 at Saints, 1/3/1993
24 vs. Baltimore Colts, 11/15/1953
23 at 49ers, 10/12/2008
22 at Giants, 12/17/2006
22 vs. Redskins, 9/27/1981
Most Allowed in 4th Quarter
28 vs. 49ers, 9/24/1989
28 vs. Vikings, 12/1/1985
28 vs. Chicago Cardinals, 12/7/1947
28 vs. Bears, 11/30/1941
Most Scored Both Teams 4th Quarter
42 vs. Chicago Cardinals, 12/7/1947, (E-14, C-28)
38 vs. 49ers, 9/24/1989, (E-10, S-28)
37 at Arizona Cardinals, 11/24/1996, (E-17, A-20)
35 at Browns, 9/19/1982, (E-21, B-14)
35 at Browns, 11/19/1961, (E-14, B-21)
35 at Chicago Cardinals, 10/25/1953, (E-21, C-14)
Most Scored in 2nd Half
35 vs. St. Louis Cardinals, 11/8/1981
32 vs. Falcons, 10/1/2000
32 at Steelers, 11/4/1945
32 vs. Cincinnati Reds, 11/6/1934
SINGLE-GAME TEAM RECORDS
Most Allowed in 2nd Half
49 vs. Bears, 11/30/1941
42 vs. Chicago Cardinals, 12/7/1947
34 at Oakland Raiders, 10/17/1971
31 vs. New Orleans Saints, 9/20/09
31 at Oakland Raiders, 9/24/1995
31 vs. St. Louis Cardinals, 11/3/1968
31 vs. Cowboys, 9/29/1968
31 at Browns, 11/19/1961
31 vs. Redskins, 10/1/1955
Most Scored Both Teams 2nd Half
56 vs. Chicago Cardinals, 12/7/1947, (E-14, C-42)
52 vs. Redskins, 10/1/1955, (E-21, R-31)
50 vs. Lions, 12/30/1995, (E-20, D-30)
49 vs. Bears, 11/30/1941, (E-0, B-49)
48 vs. Bengals, 11/30/1997, (E-20, C-28)
48 at St. Louis Cardinals, 11/23/1969, (E-24, C-24)
48 vs. LA Rams, 10/7/1950, (E-28, R-20)
Most Decisive Victory
64 Eagles 64, Cincinnati Reds 0, 11/6/34
Most Decisive Loss
56 Giants 56, Eagles 0, 10/15/33
TOUCHDOWNS
Most Scored
10 vs. Cincinnati Reds, 11/6/34
8 vs. Lions, 9/23/07
8 at Cardinals, 10/25/53
8 vs. Rams, 10/7/50
Most Allowed
8 (three times) last at Giants, 11/26/72
Most Scored by Rushing
5 at Cowboys, 10/22/61
5 at Cardinals, 10/25/53
5 vs. Redskins, 10/23/49
5 at Redskins, 10/17/48
5 vs. Boston Yanks, 12/9/45
5 vs. Cincinnati Reds, 11/6/34
Most Allowed by Rushing
6 Packers, 11/11/62
Most by Passing
7 at Redskins, 10/17/54
Most Allowed by Passing
5 (seven times) last vs. 49ers, 9/24/89
KICKING
Most Field Goals Made
6 at Oilers, 11/12/72
5 (three times) last at Cowboys, 11/18/01
Most Field Goals Allowed
5 (six times) last vs. Titans, 12/3/00
TOTAL YARDS
Most Yards Gained
583 vs. 49ers, 9/18/05 (443 passing, 140 rushing)
582 at Browns, 11/7/65 (352 passing, 230 rushing)
575 vs. Redskins, 11/21/48 (199 passing, 376 rushing)
574 vs. Colts, 11/15/81 (339 passing, 235 rushing)
Fewest Yards Gained
23 at Lions, 9/20/35
33 at Bears, 10/25/42
Most Yards Allowed
652 at Cowboys, 10/9/66 (440 passing, 212 rushing)
Fewest Yards Allowed
29 vs. Brooklyn Dodgers, 12/3/44
FIRST DOWNS
Most, Total
34 vs. Colts, 11/15/81
33 vs. Vikings, 11/11/01
32 vs. Cardinals, 11/27/08; at Redskins, 9/17/89 and at Red-
skins, 12/2/51
Most Allowed, Total
37 vs. Packers, 11/11/62
Fewest Allowed, Total
1 at NY Bulldogs, 9/22/49
1 vs. Brooklyn Dodgers, 10/1/39
2 at Browns, 12/3/50
2 vs. Brooklyn Dodgers, 11/11/34
Most by Rushing
25 at Redskins, 12/2/51
Most Allowed by Rushing
21 vs. Packers, 11/11/62 and vs. Browns, 12/13/59
Fewest Allowed by Rushing
0 (7 times) last vs. Cardinals, 11/27/08
Most by Passing
24 at Redskins, 9/17/89
22 at Chiefs, 10/2/05
Most Allowed by Passing
22 at Cardinals, 12/13/64
21 at Dolphins, 12/9/90 and at Patriots, 11/29/87
Fewest Allowed by Passing
0 (8 times) last at Browns, 12/3/50
Most by Penalty
8 at Bears, 11/3/02
7 at Steelers (OT), 11/12/00
7 vs. Bears, 11/26/44
Most Allowed by Penalty
6 (four times) last at Falcons, 12/6/09
RUSHING
Most Attempts
64 at Redskins, 12/2/51
64 at Baltimore Colts, 10/15/50
64 vs. Los Angeles Rams, 11/6/49
64 at Redskins, 11/28/43
Most Attempts Allowed
60 Giants, 11/20/83
Most Yards Gained
376 vs. Redskins, 10/21/48
Fewest Yards Gained
-36 at Bears, 11/19/39
-23 vs. Lions, 11/17/40
Most Yards Allowed
370 at Lions, 9/20/35
SINGLE-GAME TEAM RECORDS
Fewest Yards Allowed
-33 vs. Brooklyn Dodgers, 10/2/43
10 vs. Boston Yanks, 10/22/44
14 vs. Redskins, 9/28/47
21 vs. Chargers, 10/23/05
21 vs. Raiders, 9/25/05
21 at Bills, 9/28/03
21 at Oilers, 12/2/91
PASSING
Most Attempts
62 at Bears, 10/2/89
61 vs. Titans, 11/19/06
60 at Redskins, 12/1/40
Fewest Attempts
3 vs. Steelers, 12/1/46
Most Attempts Allowed
63 at 49ers, 11/25/02
55 vs. Rams, 10/7/50
54 at Patriots, 11/25/07
54 at Rams, 9/23/90
Fewest Attempts Allowed
0 at Browns, 12/3/50
1 at NY Bulldogs, 9/22/49
1 at Cardinals, 11/8/36
Most Completions
35 at Chargers, 11/15/09
35 vs. Chargers, 10/23/05
34 at Redskins, 9/17/89
33 (four times) last at Chiefs 10/2/05
Fewest Completions
0 at Redskins, 10/18/36
Most Completions Allowed
37 vs. Vikings, 9/20/04
36 at 49ers, 11/25/02
34 at Patriots, 11/25/07
34 vs. Patriots, 11/29/87
Fewest Completions Allowed
0 at Browns, 12/3/50
0 vs. NY Bulldogs, 9/22/49
0 vs. Cincinnati Reds, 11/6/34
1 (four times) last vs. Steelers, 11/10/40
Most Yards Gained (gross)
464 vs. Packers, 12/5/04
460 vs. Giants, 11/8/53
Fewest Yards Gained (gross)
0 at Boston Redskins, 10/18/36
Most Yards Allowed (gross)
447 at Cowboys, 10/9/66
446 vs. Lions, 9/23/07
Fewest Yards Allowed (gross)
0 at Browns, 12/3/50, at NY Bulldogs, 9/22/49, at Cardinals,
11/8/36, and vs. Cincinnati Reds, 11/6/34
PENALTIES
Most Penalties
19 vs. Oilers, 10/2/88
17 at Seahawks, 12/13/92
Fewest Penalties
0 16 times; last vs. Cowboys, 12/28/08
Most Penalties by Opponent
22 vs. Bears, 11/26/44
Fewest Penalties by Opponent
0 11 times; last at Jets, 10/14/07
Most Yards Penalized
191 at Seahawks, 12/13/92
171 vs. Saints, 11/23/03
Fewest Yards Penalized
0 16 times; last vs. Cowboys, 12/28/08
Most Yards Opponent Penalized
170 vs. Bears, 11/26/44
Fewest Yards Opponent Penalized
0 11 times; last at Jets, 10/14/07
Most Penalties, Both Teams
31 Eagles 19, Houston Oilers 12 (at Phil.), 10/2/88
28 Eagles 13, St. Louis Rams 15 (at StL), 12/18/05
Fewest Penalties, Both Teams
1 Eagles 1, Brooklyn Dodgers 0 (at Phil.), 10/1/39
1 Eagles 1, Chicago Cardinals 0 (at Chi.), 11/10/35
1 Eagles 1, Brooklyn Dodgers 0 (at Phil.), 11/11/34
Most Yards Penalized, Both Teams
272 Eagles 171, Saints 101 (at Phil.), 11/23/03
262 Eagles 157, Chicago Cardinals 105(at Chi.), 11/30/52
Fewest Yards Penalized, Both Teams
5 Eagles 5, Brooklyn Dodgers 0 (at Phil.), 10/1/39
5 Eagles 5, Chicago Cardinals 0 (at Chi.), 11/10/35
5 Eagles 5, Brooklyn Dodgers 0 (at Phil.), 11/11/34
FUMBLES
Most Committed
10 vs. Giants, 10/9/43
Most Lost
6 at Redskins, 11/6/55
Most Committed by Opponent
8 Packers (at Phil.), 12/1/74
7 (six times) last by Giants (at NY), 12/28/02
Most Fumbles Lost by Opponent
6 Giants (at NY), 11/17/68
6 NY Bulldogs (at Phil.), 11/20/49
5 (three times) last by Oilers (at Hou.), 12/2/91
INTERCEPTIONS
Most Thrown
7 vs. Cowboys, 9/26/71
6 vs. Cardinals, 10/21/56
6 vs. Packers, 12/5/43
Most Intercepted
9 at Steelers, 12/12/65
8 at Cardinals, 9/24/50
7 at Redskins, 12/21/75
TOTAL TURNOVERS
Most Committed
9 at Bears, 10/12/47
Most Forced by Defense
12 at Steelers, 12/12/65 (9 INTs, 3 fumble rec.)
12 at Cardinals, 9/24/50 (8 INTs, 4 fumble rec.)
SINGLE-GAME TEAM RECORDS
PUNTS
Most Punts
15 at Giants, 12/6/87
12 vs. Giants, 12/12/54. at Packers, 11/2/52. vs. Redskins,
10/4/42
Fewest Punts
0 (four times) last vs. Colts, 11/15/81
PUNT RETURNS
Most Punt Returns
10 vs. Buccaneers, 9/18/77
Most Punt Returns by Opponent
9 at Cardinals, 12/24/05
9 at Giants, 12/6/87
9 vs. Giants, 11/20/83
Most Yards Punt Returns
148 at Boston Yanks, 12/8/46
Most Yards Punt Ret. Allowed
144 at 49ers, 9/27/59
KICKOFF RETURNS
Most Kickoff Returns
9 at Giants, 11/10/46
Most Kickoff Returns Allowed
9 (six times) last vs. Cardinals, 11/27/08
Most Yards Kickoff Returns
261 vs. Cowboys, 11/6/66
253 at Cardinals, 11/24/96
235 vs. Cardinals, 9/19/65
Most Yards Kickoff Returns by Opponent
249 at Cardinals, 11/21/71
SACKS
Most Sacks Made
11 at Cowboys, 9/15/91
10 vs. Lions, 9/23/07
9 vs. Steelers, 9/21/08
9 at Falcons, 12/16/84
Most Sacks Allowed
12 at Giants, 9/30/07
11 vs. Bears, 10/4/87
11 at Raiders, 11/30/86
11 vs. Lions, 11/16/86
11 at Cardinals, 12/18/83
SINGLE-GAME TEAM RECORDS
ALL-TIME TEAM HIGHS AND LOWS
EAGLES LOWS
0 last vs. Sea. 12/5/05
0 last at Oak. 10/18/09
0 last vs. Den. 12/27/09
0 last at Oak. 10/18/09
0 last at Bal. 11/23/08
0 last at Bal. 11/23/08
3 vs. GB 11/11/62
0 (7x) last at Dal. 10/9/05
0 (2x) last vs. NYG 10/5/57
23 at Det. 9/20/35
9 (3x) last at Dal. 10/9/05
-36 at Chi. 11/19/39
-13 vs. NYG 12/11/77
0 last vs. SF 12/20/09
0 at Was. 10/18/36
3 vs. Pit. 12/1/46
0 at Bos. 10/18/36
0 last at Atl. 12/6/09
0 last at Atl. 12/6/09
0 last vs. SF 12/20/09
0 last vs. SF 12/20/09
0 last vs. Bal. 11/15/81
0.0 last vs. Bal. 11/15/81
0 (16x) last vs. Dal. 12/28/08
0 (16x) last vs. Dal. 12/28/08
OPPONENTS LOWS
0 last vs. NYG 12/1/96
0 last vs. Dal. 12/28/08
0 last vs. Den. 12/27/09
0 last at Car. 9/13/09
0 last at Atl. 12/6/09
0 last at Atl. 12/6/09
1 (2x) last at NY 9/22/49
0 (6x) last at Ind. 12/19/93
0 (8x) last at Cle. 12/3/50
29 vs. Brooklyn 12/3/44
11 (4x) last at Cle. 11/10/91
-33 vs. Brooklyn 10/2/43
NA
0 last at NYG 12/7/08
0 (4x) last at Cle. 12/3/50
0 at Cle. 12/3/50
0 (3x) last at Cle. 12/3/50
0 last at NYG 12/13/09
0 last at SD 11/15/09
0 last vs. Den. 12/27/09
0 last vs. Den. 12/27/09
0 last at Pit. 11/7/04
NA
0 (11x) last at NYJ 10/14/07
0 (11x) last at NYJ 10/14/07
EAGLES HIGHS
64 vs. Cin. 11/6/34
10 vs. Cin. 11/6/34
5 (6x) last at Dal. 10/22/61
7 at Was. 10/17/54
7 (2x) last at Hou. 11/12/72
6 at Hou. 11/12/72
34 vs. Bal. 11/15/81
25 at Was. 12/2/51
24 at Was. 9/17/89
583 vs. SF 9/18/05
64 (4x) last at Was. 12/2/51
376 vs. Was. 10/21/48
449 vs. GB 12/5/04
12 vs. NYG 9/30/07
464 vs. GB 12/5/04
62 at Chi 10/2/89
35 vs. SD 10/23/05
7 vs. Dal. 9/26/71
9 at Chi. 10/12/47
10 vs. NYG 10/9/43
6 at Was. 11/6/55
15 at NYG 12/6/87
60.0 (2x) last at Min. 10/28/62
19 vs. Hou. 10/2/88
191 at Sea. 12/13/92
OPPONENTS HIGHS
62 at NYG 11/26/72
8 (3x) last at NYG 11/26/72
6 vs. GB 11/11/62
5 (7x) last vs. SF 9/24/89
7 at NO 11/30/69
5 (6x) last vs. Ten. 12/3/00
37 vs. GB 11/11/62
21 (2x) last vs. GB 11/11/62
22 at StL 12/13/64
652 at Dal. 10/9/66
60 vs. NYG 11/20/83
370 at Det. 9/20/35
440 at Dal. 10/9/66
11 at Dal. 9/15/91
447 at Dal. 10/9/66
63 at SF 11/25/02
36 at SF 11/25/02
9 at Pit. 12/12/65
12 (2x) last at Pit. 12/12/65
8 vs. GB 12/1/74
6 (2x) last at NYG 11/17/68
11 (3x) last at Sea. 12/13/92
69.0 at Was. 12/27/03
22 vs. Chi. 11/26/44
170 vs. Chi. 11/26/44
CATEGORY
POINTS
TOUCHDOWNS
RUSHING TDS
PASSING TDS
FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
FIELD GOALS MADE
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS
RUSHING FIRST DOWNS
PASSING FIRST DOWNS
TOTAL NET YARDS
RUSHING ATTEMPTS
NET YARDS RUSHING
NET YARDS PASSING
QB SACKS ALLOWED
GROSS YARDS PASSING
PASS ATTEMPTS
PASS COMPLETIONS
INTERCEPTIONS THROWN
TOTAL TURNOVERS
FUMBLES BY
FUMBLES LOST
PUNTS
PUNTING AVERAGE
PENALTIES
YARDS PENALIZED
CATEGORY
POINTS
TOUCHDOWNS
RUSHING TDS
PASSING TDS
FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
FIELD GOALS MADE
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS
RUSHING FIRST DOWNS
PASSING FIRST DOWNS
TOTAL NET YARDS
RUSHING ATTEMPTS
NET YARDS RUSHING
NET YARDS PASSING
QB SACKS ALLOWED
GROSS YARDS PASSING
PASS ATTEMPTS
PASS COMPLETIONS
INTERCEPTIONS THROWN
TOTAL TURNOVERS
FUMBLES BY
FUMBLES LOST
PUNTS
PUNTING AVERAGE
PENALTIES
YARDS PENALIZED
Bolstered by stifling defensive pressure on Panthers quarterbacks,
the Eagles registered seven takeaways and five sacks en route to a
38-10, opening day romp of the Carolina Panthers in Charlotte. Ea-
gles cornerback Sheldon Brown notched two of the Eagles five in-
terceptions as they scored 24 points off turnovers. Trailing 7-0
following an 8-minute touchdown drive by the Panthers on the
game’s opening possession, the Eagles responded with a 49-yard
field goal by David Akers after Brown’s first interception later in the
first quarter. On the first play of the 2nd quarter, Panthers QB Jake
Delhomme fumbled after a sack by a blitzing Trent Cole. Fellow de-
fensive end Victor Abiamiri scooped up the loose ball at the Pan-
thers 2-yard line and scored to give the Eagles a 10-7 lead. The
Eagles scoring barrage was just beginning, though, as DeSean
Jackson returned a Panthers punt 85 yards for a touchdown on their
ensuing possession. Brown came up with his 2nd interception of the
game on the Panthers next possession to set up a 9-yard touchdown
pass from Donovan McNabb to TE Brent Celek. After a 3-and-out by
the Panthers, McNabb led the Eagles on a 74-yard drive that was
capped off by a 4-yard shovel pass to RB Brian Westbrook, giving
the Eagles a commanding 31-7 lead late in the 2nd quarter. Al-
though the Panthers would tack on a field goal in the waning mo-
ments of the first half, they would not score again. In fact, after
rolling up 70 yards of offense on their first possession, Carolina
would gain just 99 more for the rest of the game. The only scoring
in the 2nd half would occur on a 3-yard touchdown run by McNabb,
who suffered a fractured rib on the play that sidelined him for the re-
mainder of the game. That touchdown was set up by the first inter-
ception of LB Akeem Jordan’s career.
Notes: The Eagles scored an offensive, defensive, and special teams
touchdown in the same game for the first time since 12/24/94 at
Cincinnati … The Eagles defense forced seven turnovers (five inter-
ceptions, two fumbles), which was the highest total since they forced
seven vs. St. Louis on 1/2/00. It was also their highest interception
total since 9/30/96 vs. Dallas, when they also posted five … Brown’s
two-interception game was the 2nd of his career (10/2/05 at KC),
and the first time an Eagle did so since Lito Sheppard snared two on
10/8/06 vs. Dallas … Jackson was named NFC special teams player
of the week for his performance. His 85-yard punt return for a
touchdown was the 2nd longest in team history (Vai Sikahema, 87
yards on 11/22/92 at NYG) … Abiamiri’s touchdown was the first of
his life … FS Macho Harris became the first Eagles rookie to start at
safety on opening day since Wes Hopkins on 9/3/83 at San Francisco.
Harris also became the first Eagles rookie defensive player to start
on opening day since DT Corey Simon on 9/3/00 at Dallas … West-
brook played in his 100th regular season game.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pts
Philadelphia 3 28 7 0 - 38
Carolina 7 3 0 0 - 10
Car - D.Williams, 11 run (Kasay) (13-70, 8:06)
Phila - D.Akers, 49 FG (4-1, 1:48)
Phila - V.Abiamiri, 2 fumble return (Akers)
Phila - D.Jackson, 85 punt return (Akers)
Phila - B.Celek, 9 pass from McNabb (Akers) (1-9, 0:06)
Phila - B.Westbrook, 4 pass from McNabb (Akers) (10-74, 4:27)
Car - J.Kasay, 22 FG (8-56, 1:34)
Phila - D.McNabb, 3 run (Akers) (3-10, 1:22)
TEAM STATISTICS PHILA CAR
First Downs 17 14
Net Yards Gained 267 169
Rushes/Yards 32/185 30/86
Net Yards Passing 82 83
Att/Comp/INT 29/17/1 34/14/5
Sacked/Yards Lost 2/20 5/55
Punts/Average 4/42.8 4/55.8
Fumbles/Lost 2/1 2/2
Penalties/Yards 9/76 5/30
Time of Possession 31:37 28:23
3rd Down Efficiency 5/13 3/16
RUSHING: EAGLES - B.Westbrook 13-64, L.McCoy 9-46, D.Jackson
2-33, D.McNabb 4-27-1TD, L.Weaver 1-11, K.Kolb 3-4 ... PANTHERS
- D.Williams 14-37-1TD, J.Stewart 11-35, J.Delhomme 2-9, S.Smith
1-4, M.Goodson 2-1.
RECEIVING: EAGLES - B.Celek 6-37-1TD, B.Westbrook 3-8-1TD,
K.Curtis 2-26, D.Jackson 2-9, J.Avant 1-18, H.Baskett 1-6, L.McCoy
1-1, L.Weaver 1-(-3) ... PANTERS - D.Williams 4-42, M.Muhammad
4-41, S.Smith 3-21, J.Stewart 2-32, J.King 1-2.
PASSING: EAGLES - D.McNabb (starter) 18-10-79-1-2TDs, K.Kolb
11-7-23-0-0 ... PANTHERS - J.Delhomme (starter) 17-7-73-4-0,
M.Moore 11-6-63-1-0, J.McCown 6-1-2-0-0.
INTs: EAGLES - S.Brown 2-34, A.Jordan 1-11, J.Hanson 1-2,
A.Samuel 1-0 ... PANTHERS - J.Beason 1-10.
SACKS: EAGLES - D.Howard 2.0, T.Cole 1.0, A.Jordan 1.0, O.Gaither
0.5, M.Patterson 0.5 ... PANTHERS - L.Leonard 1.0, J.Peppers 1.0
EAGLES TURNOVER RATIO: +5 (1 fumble, 1 INT/2 fumbles, 5 INTs)
FIELD GOALS: EAGLES - D.Akers (49G, 51B) ... PANTHERS - J.Kasay
(22G)
Weather: Sunny, 82 degrees
Wind: NNE 5 mph
Playing surface: Grass
Time: 3:14
Sunday, September 13, 2009
Bank of America Stadium
Philadelphia Eagles 38
Carolina Panthers 10
DeSean Jackson soars into the end zone after an 85-yard punt return
New Orleans broke open a close game with a 31-point scoring bar-
rage in the final 30 minutes that sent the Eagles home with a 48-22
loss in their home opener. The Eagles and Saints were tied, 10-10,
heading into the final minutes of the first half. But Saints QB Drew
Brees connected with Marques Colston for his 2nd touchdown of the
game with 43 seconds to play, giving the Saints the lead for good at
17-10. The Eagles did respond 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 from there for the home squad. First,
Ellis Hobbs fumbled the 2nd half kickoff and the Saints turned that
into an 11-yard TD pass from Brees to FB Heath Evans. On the en-
suing possession, Kevin Kolb, making his first NFL start in place of
an injured Donovan McNabb (fractured rib), was intercepted by LB
Scott Shanle. Four plays later, Saints RB Mike Bell scored on a 7-
yard TD run, giving the Saints a commanding 31-13 lead. New Or-
leans upped their lead to 21 points 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 in the third stanza. But New Orleans
scored on a 19-yard run by Reggie Bush early in the fourth quarter
to seal the victory for the Saints, who also scored on a 97-yard in-
terception return by Darren Sharper in the final minutes of the con-
test. Kolb started quickly for the Eagles as he found Jackson for a
71-yard scoring play on just the fourth play from scrimmage. That
touchdown tied the game at 7 after Brees connected with Colston for
a 15-yard TD on the game’s opening possession.
Notes: Kolb’s 391 passing yards were the 12th-highest total in team
history and the most by an Eagle since McNabb threw for 464 on
12/4/04 vs. Green Bay. It was also the highest yardage total ever for
an Eagles quarterback in his first NFL start … Jackson’s 71-yard TD
catch was the longest of his career … Jackson and TE Brent Celek
each topped the 100-yard mark in receiving yards, becoming the first
WR/TE tandem to do so in one game for the Eagles since WR Terrell
Owens and TE L.J. Smith reached the century mark on 9/18/05 vs.
San Francisco … The last time multiple Eagles topped the 100-yard
receiving mark in the same game was in the 2008 home opener vs.
St. Louis (Jackson, WR Greg Lewis and WR Hank Baskett).
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pts
New Orleans 10 7 17 14 - 48
Philadelphia 7 6 7 2 - 22
NO - M.Colston, 15 pass from Brees (Carney) (8-74, 4:06)
Phila - D.Jackson, 71 pass from Kolb (Akers) (4-85, 1:51)
NO - J.Carney, 23 FG (10-48, 3:21)
Phila - D.Akers, 23 FG (15-68, 8:20)
NO - M.Colston, 25 pass from Brees (Carney) (2-54, 0:37)
Phila - D.Akers, 32 FG (7-65, 0:43)
NO - H.Evans, 11 pass from Brees (Carney) (3-22, 1:10)
NO - M.Bell, 7 run (Carney) (4-24, 1:19)
NO - J.Carney, 25 FG (12-70, 6:16)
Phila - J.Avant, 3 pass from Kolb (Akers) (8-35, 3:41)
NO - R.Bush, 19 run (Carney) (6-52, 3:14)
Phila - D.Brees fumble out of bounds in end zone for a safety
NO - D.Sharper, 97 interception return (Carney)
TEAM STATISTICS NO PHILA
First Downs 23 23
Net Yards Gained 421 463
Rushes/Yards 29/133 22/79
Net Yards Passing 288 384
Att/Comp/INT 34/25/1 52/31/3
Sacked/Yards Lost 2/23 1/7
Punts/Average 3/52.0 5/45.0
Fumbles/Lost 2/0 1/1
Penalties/Yards 3/13 7/45
Time of Possession 30:26 29:34
3rd Down Efficiency 6/13 7/16
RUSHING: EAGLES - B.Westbrook 13-52, L.McCoy 5-18, D.Jackson
3-15, K.Kolb 1-(-6) ... SAINTS - M.Bell 17-86-1TD, R.Bush 10-33-
1TD, R.Meachem 1-15, D.Brees 1-(-1).
RECEIVING: EAGLES - B.Celek 8-104, J.Avant 7-79-1TD, D.Jackson
4-101-1TD, L.McCoy 4-37, K.Curtis 3-44, B.Westbrook 3-14, J.Maclin
2-12 ... SAINTS - M.Colston 8-98-2TDs, J.Shockey 4-49, D.Hender-
son 3-71, R.Bush 3-42, D.Thomas 2-19, H.Evans 2-16-1TD,
R.Meachem 1-11, M.Bell 1-9, P.Thomas 1-(-4).
PASSING: EAGLES - K.Kolb (starter) 51-31-391-3-2TDs, B.West-
brook 1-0-0-0-0 ... SAINTS - D.Brees 34-25-311-1-3TDs.
INTs: EAGLES - A.Jordan 1-3 ... SAINTS - D.Sharper 1-97-1TD,
S.Shanle 1-3, T.Porter 1-0.
SACKS: EAGLES - T.Cole 1.0, J.Parker 1.0 ... SAINTS - B.McCray
1.0.
EAGLES TURNOVER RATIO: -3 (1 fumble, 3 INTs/0 fumbles, 1 INT)
FIELD GOALS: EAGLES - D.Akers (23G, 32G) ... SAINTS - J.Carney
(23G, 25G)
Weather: Sunny, 68 degrees
Wind: SSE 2 mph
Playing surface: Grass
Time: 3:19
Sunday, September 20, 2009
Lincoln Financial Field
Philadelphia Eagles 22
New Orleans Saints 48
Kevin Kolb fired for 391 passing yards and two TDs in his first NFL start
Playing without injured offensive starters Donovan McNabb, Brian
Westbrook and Kevin Curtis, the Eagles piled up 420 yards of total
offense in a 34-14 romping of the visiting Kansas City Chiefs. Al-
though the majority of headlines heading into the game featured the
return of QB Michael Vick to the NFL, the Eagles highlights were
manufactured by a quartet of youngsters in QB Kevin Kolb (24-34
passing for 327 yards and 2 TDs), RB LeSean McCoy (20-84 rush-
ing), TE Brent Celek (8-104-1TD) and WR DeSean Jackson (6-149-
1TD). In fact, Kolb became the first quarterback in NFL history to
eclipse the 300-yard passing mark in his first two NFL starts. The
Eagles opened the game with two touchdowns on their first three
possessions as McCoy (5-yard run after a direct snap) and Kolb (1-
yard QB sneak) each scored for the first time in their respective NFL
careers. After the Chiefs cut the lead to 14-7 early in the 2nd quar-
ter, the Eagles responded on their next play from scrimmage as
Kolb and Jackson connected on a 64-yard TD strike to give the Ea-
gles a two touchdown lead. Two field goals by David Akers upped
the Eagles lead to 27-7 until Kolb fired his third touchdown pass in
the 4th quarter, a 35-yard strike to Brent Celek, to seal the victory.
Notes: At halftime, Randall Cunningham and Al Wistert were in-
ducted into the Eagles Honor Roll … Jackson became the first NFL
player to post a 60-plus yard play in three consecutive games since
the Chiefs Dante Hall in 2003 (four straight games) and the first
Eagle to do so since Jack Ferrante in 1945 … Jackson also became
the first Eagle since 1985 (Mike Quick) to have 60-plus yard TD re-
ceptions in consecutive games … Jackson and Celek became the
first Eagles duo to notch 100-yard receiving games in back-to-back
games since Pete Pihos and Bobby Walston in 1953 … In fact, Celek
became the first Eagles tight end to post back-to-back 100-yard re-
ceiving games since Pete Retzlaff did so in 1965 … The Chiefs were
0-11 on third down opportunities … Vick became the 2nd left-handed
QB to throw a pass in team history joining Allie Sherman ... Kevin
Kolb was named NFC offensive player of the week for his perform-
ance.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pts
Kansas City 0 7 0 7 - 14
Philadelphia 14 10 3 7 - 34
Phila - L.McCoy, 5 run (Akers) (8-48, 3:10)
Phila - K.Kolb, 1 run (Akers) (6-73, 3:27)
KC - M.Bradley, 13 pass from Cassel (Succop) (6-56, 3:20)
Phila - D.Jackson, 64 pass from Kolb (Akers) (1-64, 0:18)
Phila - D.Akers, 29 FG (14-64, 5:44)
Phila - D.Akers, 38 FG (8-50, 3:20)
Phila - B.Celek, 35 pass from Kolb (Akers) (5-72, 2:53)
KC - B.Wade, 9 pass from Cassel (Succop) (6-20, 2:41)
TEAM STATISTICS KC PHILA
First Downs 11 21
Net Yards Gained 196 420
Rushes/Yards 29/99 27/93
Net Yards Passing 97 327
Att/Comp/INT 19/15/0 36/24/0
Sacked/Yards Lost 3/19 0/0
Punts/Average 9/44.3 3/41.0
Fumbles/Lost 2/1 2/1
Penalties/Yards 10/90 3/20
Time of Possession 29:25 30:35
3rd Down Efficiency 0/11 6/13
RUSHING: EAGLES - L.McCoy 20-84-1TD, M.Vick 1-7, E.Buckley 1-
4, K.Kolb 1-1-1TD, J.Maclin 1-(-1), J.Garcia 3-(-2) ... CHIEFS -
L.Johnson 19-38, J.Charles 6-36, M.Bradley 1-22, J.McGraw 1-4,
M.Cassel 2-(-1).
RECEIVING: EAGLES - B.Celek 8-104-1TD, D.Jackson 6-149-1TD,
J.Maclin 4-33, J.Avant 2-14, L.Weaver 2-14, L.McCoy 1-9, R.Brown
1-4 ... CHIEFS - M.Bradley 4-28-1TD, S.Ryan 4-22, J.Charles 3-34,
B.Wade 2-13-1TD, B.Cottam 1-11, T.Copper 1-8.
PASSING: EAGLES - K.Kolb (starter) 34-24-327-0-2TDs, M.Vick 2-0-
0-0-0 ... CHIEFS - M.Cassel (starter) 18-14-90-0-2TDs, M.Bradley
1-1-26-0-0.
INTs: EAGLES - None ... CHIEFS - None.
SACKS: EAGLES - O.Gaither 1.0, J.Parker 1.0, C.Clemons 0.5, T.Cole
0.5 ... CHIEFS - None.
EAGLES TURNOVER RATIO: Even (1 fumble, 0 INTs/1 fumble, 0 INTs)
FIELD GOALS: EAGLES - D.Akers (29G, 38G) ... CHIEFS - None.
Weather: Partly cloudy, 69 degrees
Wind: NNE 6 mph
Playing surface: Grass
Time: 2:50
Sunday, September 27, 2009
Lincoln Financial Field
Philadelphia Eagles 34
Kansas City Chiefs 14
Wistert (70) and Cunningham (12) were inducted in the Eagles Honor Roll
Donovan McNabb posted near-perfect statistics from the quarter-
back position and rookie receiver Jeremy Maclin provided big plays
in a starting role as the Eagles burned the visiting Tampa Bay Buc-
caneers, 33-14. Making his first start since the season opener due
to a fractured rib, McNabb completed 76.2 percent of his passes (16
for 21) for 264 yards and three touchdowns en route to the 2nd best
QB rating of his career (157.2). But it was McNabb’s feet that
boosted the Eagles offense early as a 13-yard scamper on the first
play from scrimmage set up a 51-yard scoring strike to Maclin, giv-
ing them an early 7-0 advantage. Midway through the 2nd quarter,
Tampa Bay drove deep into Eagles territory and faced a 4th-and-1 at
the Eagles 23-yard line, but quarterback Josh Johnson fumbled the
snap and was stopped short of the first down. Six plays later, McN-
abb connected with FB Leonard Weaver on a 20-yard scoring play to
give the Eagles a 14-0 lead. Johnson and the Bucs responded on the
ensuing possession with an impressive 5-play, 80-yard drive that
was capped by a 9-yard TD grab by TE Kellen Winslow. Undaunted
by the momentum swing, McNabb rushed for 17 yards on the next
play from scrimmage before connecting with Maclin once again for
a 40-yard score. With six seconds remaining in the first half and sit-
uated at the Eagles 8-yard line, Johnson fired his first of three INTs
in the game as CB Asante Samuel grabbed an errant pass in the end
zone. Samuel stung the Bucs in the 3rd quarter as well as his 2nd
interception set up a 7-yard TD run by Brian Westbrook to give
Philadelphia a commanding 28-7 lead. David Akers upped the score
to 31-7 in the 4th quarter after booting a 44-yard field goal. That
score was set up by another interception by Johnson as Sheldon
Brown stopped a red zone scoring opportunity by the Bucs. Winslow
grabbed another TD pass midway through the 4th quarter to cut the
lead to 31-14 but Eagles DE Darren Howard tackled RB Cadillac
Williams in the end zone for a safety to set the final score at 33-14.
Notes: Eagles coach Andy Reid became the 34th head coach in NFL
history and the first in team history to post 100 regular season vic-
tories … Maclin became the first Eagles rookie ever to post two 40-
plus-yard TD receptions in the same game. His 142 receiving yards
were the third most by a rookie in club history behind Don Looney
(180 on 12/1/40 at Washington) and Hank Baskett (177 on 12/31/06
vs. Atlanta) … Akers connected on four PAT attempts to become the
franchise’s all-time leader ahead of Bobby Walston (365) … Samuel’s
two-INT performance was the 5th multi-interception game of his
career and his first as an Eagle … Trent Cole notched his 38th career
sack, moving ahead of Seth Joyner (37.5) for 6th place on the Ea-
gles all-time list.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pts
Tampa Bay 0 7 0 7 - 14
Philadelphia 7 14 7 5 - 33
Phila - J.Maclin, 51 pass from McNabb (Akers) (2-64, 0:40)
Phila - L.Weaver, 20 pass from McNabb (Akers) (6-76, 2:42)
TB - K.Winslow, 9 pass from Johnson (Andrus) (5-80, 2:45)
Phila - J.Maclin, 40 pass from McNabb (Akers) (2-57, 0:21)
Phila - B.Westbrook, 7 run (Akers) (2-27, 0:50)
Phila - D.Akers, 44 FG (12-64, 7:23)
TB - K.Winslow, 9 pass from Johnson (Andrus) (11-74, 4:51)
Phila - C.Williams tackled in end zone by Howard for a safety
TEAM STATISTICS TB PHILA
First Downs 22 16
Net Yards Gained 303 325
Rushes/Yards 22/85 21/76
Net Yards Passing 218 249
Att/Comp/INT 50/26/3 24/17/0
Sacked/Yards Lost 3/22 3/16
Punts/Average 4/40.3 5/48.8
Fumbles/Lost 2/0 1/0
Penalties/Yards 4/30 10/111
Time of Possession 34:33 25:27
3rd Down Efficiency 9/18 4/10
RUSHING: EAGLES - D.McNabb 2-30, B.Westbrook 6-18-1TD,
L.McCoy 6-14, M.Vick 4-10, L.Weaver 2-4, D.Jackson 1-0 ... BUC-
CANEERS - J.Johnson 5-40, D.Ward 6-37, C.Williams 10-8, B.Askew
1-0.
RECEIVING: EAGLES - J.Maclin 6-142-2TDs, B.Celek 4-58, B.West-
brook 2-17, L.McCoy 2-15, L.Weaver 1-20-1TD, J.Avant 1-12,
D.Jackson 1-1 ... BUCCANEERS - K.Winslow 9-102-2TDs, A.Bryant
5-62, M.Clayton 3-25, S.Stroughter 3-18, C.Williams 3-8, D.Penn 1-
15, J.Gilmore 1-9, J.Stevens 1-1.
PASSING: EAGLES - D.McNabb (starter) 21-16-264-0-3TDs, M.Vick
3-1-1-0-0 ... BUCCANEERS - J.Johnson 50-26-240-3-2TDs.
INTs: EAGLES - A.Samuel 2-46, S.Brown 1-0 ... BUCCANEERS -
None.
SACKS: EAGLES - V.Abiamiri 1.0, T.Cole 1.0, C.Gocong 1.0 ... BUC-
CANEERS - J.Wilkerson 3.0.
EAGLES TURNOVER RATIO: +3 (0 fumbles, 0 INTs/0 fumbles, 3 INTs)
FIELD GOALS: EAGLES - D.Akers (44G) ... BUCCANEERS - None.
Weather: Mostly Sunny, 62 degrees
Wind: WNW 7 mph
Playing surface: Grass
Time: 3:10
Sunday, October 11, 2009
Lincoln Financial Field
Philadelphia Eagles 33
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14
Rookie Jeremy Maclin hauls in one of his two 40+ yard touchdown catches
The Eagles surrendered six sacks, 116 rushing yards and the game’s
only touchdown in a 13-9 loss to the Raiders at the Oakland Alameda
County Coliseum. Philadelphia’s offense sputtered all day long in
the midst of heavy pressure on QB Donovan McNabb, who com-
pleted just 48% of his passes (22 for 48). The Eagles led 3-0 late in
the first quarter before Raiders tight end Zach Miller caught a pass
from JaMarcus Russell and broke several tackles before racing 86
yards for a touchdown. On the very next play from scrimmage, Mc-
Nabb was intercepted by Raiders CB Stanford Routt, who returned
the ball 28 yards for a score. But the play was nullified by a pass in-
terference penalty. The Raiders, however, managed to force a punt
and promptly drove 76 yards on 12 plays to set up a 29-yard field
goal by Sebastian Janikowski to give them a 10-3 lead. Late in the
2nd quarter, Eagles S Quintin Mikell intercepted a Russell pass at-
tempt and returned it 16 yards to the Raiders 40-yard line. However,
the Eagles drive stalled as they settled for a 43-yard field goal by
Akers to close the halftime deficit to 10-6. Philadelphia started
quickly in the 3rd quarter driving inside Raiders territory, but Akers
misfired for the 2nd time in the game as he missed a 47-yard at-
tempt. From there, the Eagles offense went three-and-out on their
next four possessions. Janikowski boomed a 46-yard field goal early
in the 4th quarter to up the Raiders lead to 13-6. Midway through
the fourth quarter, McNabb hit TE Brent Celek with a 46-yard strike
across the middle to set the Eagles up deep inside Raiders territory.
But they did not gain another yard on that possession as they settled
for a 45-yard field goal by Akers. Down by four points with 3:42 to
play, the Eagles regained possession but turned the ball over on
downs at the Raiders 43-yard line.
Notes: Eagles RB Brian Westbrook moved past Steve Van Buren
(5,860) and into 2nd place on the Eagles all-time rushing list … The
Eagles made their first visit to Oakland since September 24, 1995 …
Eagles CB Asante Samuel posted his 30th career interception.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pts
Philadelphia 3 3 0 3 - 9
Oakland 7 3 0 3 - 13
Phila - D.Akers, 45 FG (6-62, 2:18)
Oak - Z.Miller, 86 pass from Russell (Janikowski) (1-86, 0:22)
Oak - S.Janikowski, 29 FG (12-76, 6:58)
Phila - D.Akers, 43 FG (7-15, 1:47)
Oak - S.Janikowski, 46 FG (7-32, 3:02)
Phila - D.Akers, 45 FG (5-42, 1:43)
TEAM STATISTICS PHILA OAK
First Downs 14 18
Net Yards Gained 283 325
Rushes/Yards 14/67 35/116
Net Yards Passing 216 209
Att/Comp/INT 46/22/0 28/17/2
Sacked/Yards Lost 6/53 2/15
Punts/Average 8/42.9 7/51.1
Fumbles/Lost 1/0 2/0
Penalties/Yards 4/38 3/23
Time of Possession 26:58 33:02
3rd Down Efficiency 2/16 4/14
RUSHING: EAGLES - B.Westbrook 6-50, L.McCoy 5-13, D.McNabb
2-8, M.Vick 1-(-4) ... RAIDERS - J.Fargas 23-87, M.Bush 6-22, J.Rus-
sell 5-8, D.Heyward-Bey 1-(-1).
RECEIVING: EAGLES - B.Westbrook 9-91, D.Jackson 6-94, B.Celek
4-75, L.Weaver 2-3, J.Maclin 1-6 ... RAIDERS - Z.Miller 6-139-1TD,
G.Russell 5-55, T.Stewart 2-11, J.Fargas 1-11, T.Watkins 1-4, J.Hig-
gins 1-2, M.Bush 1-2.
PASSING: EAGLES - D.McNabb 46-22-269-0-0 ... RAIDERS - J.Rus-
sell 28-17-224-2-1TD.
INTs: EAGLES - Q.Mikell 1-16, A.Samuel 1-(-1) ... RAIDERS - None.
SACKS: EAGLES - T.Cole 1.0, J.Parker 1.0 ... RAIDERS - T.Scott 2.0,
R.Seymour 2.0, T.Howard 1.0, J.Richardson 1.0.
EAGLES TURNOVER RATIO: +2 (0 fumbles, 0 INTs/0 fumbles, 2 INTs)
FIELD GOALS: EAGLES - D.Akers (43N, 45G, 43G, 47N, 45G) ...
RAIDERS - S.Janikowski (29G, 46G)
Weather: Partly Cloudy, 62 degrees
Wind: WSW 15 mph
Playing surface: Grass
Time: 3:05
Sunday, October 18, 2009
Oakland Coliseum
Philadelphia Eagles 9
Oakland Raiders 13
DeSean Jackson hauls in a 51-yard pass from Donovan McNabb
Behind the big play ability of WR DeSean Jackson and a stingy de-
fense, the Philadelphia Eagles trounced the Washington Redskins,
27-17, on Monday Night Football at FedEx Field. Jackson recorded
two touchdowns of 50+ yards on the evening – one on the ground
and one through the air. The Eagles defense was especially bol-
stered by newly acquired LB Will Witherspoon, who made his Eagle
debut a memorable one by registering a sack, forced fumble and an
interception returned for a touchdown. Witherspoon was acquired in
a trade with the St. Louis Rams just six days earlier and worked
overtime throughout the practice week to digest the defensive play-
book. Jackson and Witherspoon wasted no time giving the Eagles a
commanding lead early in the game as Jackson took an end around
from Donovan McNabb on the 4th play from scrimmage and raced
67 yards down the sideline to give his team a 7-0 lead. Later in the
1st quarter, Redskins QB Jason Campbell had a pass attempt de-
flected by SS Quintin Mikell into the hands of Witherspoon, who trot-
ted nine yards into the end zone for a touchdown, making it 14-0.
Another Washington turnover resulted in another score by Philadel-
phia, as Witherspoon sacked and forced a fumble by Campbell that
was recovered by Mikell and set up a 47-yard field goal by David
Akers. The Redskins responded on their ensuing possession with a
touchdown pass from Campbell to WR Devin Thomas to shrink the
lead to 17-7, but another Redskins turnover proved costly later in
the quarter. Antwaan Randle El muffed a punt return inside his own
territory, setting up another Akers field goal. Then, Jackson broke
the game open once again with another big play late in the 2nd quar-
ter as he hauled in a 57-yard bomb on a 3rd-and-22 play from Mc-
Nabb to give the visiting team a 27-7 lead. The Redskins answered
with a field goal in the waning seconds of the first half, but would not
score again until less than three minutes remained in the game
when Campbell and TE Fred Davis connected on a 2-yard touchdown
for the final score of the game.
Notes: McNabb became the 4th player in NFL history to throw for
over 30,000 yards and 200 touchdowns while rushing for over 3,000
yards and 20 touchdowns in a career. Only John Elway, Fran Tarken-
ton and Steve Young have reached all of those plateaus … Jackson
became the 2nd player in team history to post a rushing and receiv-
ing touchdown of 50+ yards in the same game, joining Bosh
Pritchard, who accomplished that feat vs. Washington on 10/23/49
… Jackson became the 5th player in league history to register a
rushing, receiving and punt return TD in each of his first two NFL
campaigns (Louis Lipps, Ray McLean, Bobby Mitchell and Dick Todd
were the others) … Witherspoon became the 2nd NFL player to
record a sack and an interception return for a TD in his first game
with a team, joining Buffalo’s Sam Adams in 2003 … Eagles DE Trent
Cole notched two sacks and moved past Andy Harmon (40) and into
5th place on the team’s all-time list.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pts
Philadelphia 14 13 0 0 - 27
Washington 0 10 0 7 - 17
Phila - D.Jackson, 67 run (Akers) (4-81, 1:54)
Phila - W.Witherspoon, 9 interception return (Akers)
Phila - D.Akers, 47 FG (4-6, 1:27)
Was - D.Thomas, 2 pass from Campbell (Suisham) (8-45, 5:26)
Phila - D.Akers, 44 FG (4-(-1)-1:34)
Phila - D.Jackson, 57 pass from McNabb (Akers) (3-45, 1:07)
Was - S.Suisham, 47 FG (9-39, 1:50)
Was - F.Davis, 1 pass from Campbell (Suisham) (8-46, 2:18)
TEAM STATISTICS PHILA WAS
First Downs 11 21
Net Yards Gained 262 308
Rushes/Yards 27/122 19/62
Net Yards Passing 140 246
Att/Comp/INT 26/16/0 43/29/1
Sacked/Yards Lost 3/21 6/38
Punts/Average 8/34.5 7/43.1
Fumbles/Lost 2/0 4/3
Penalties/Yards 12/66 6/60
Time of Possession 28:17 31:43
3rd Down Efficiency 4/15 3/12
RUSHING: EAGLES - D.Jackson 1-67-1TD, L.McCoy 14-37, B.West-
brook 3-13, M.Vick 3-9, L.Weaver 1-1, D.McNabb 5-(-5) ... REDSKINS
- C.Portis 14-43, R.Cartwright 1-11, J.Campbell 4-8.
RECEIVING: EAGLES - J.Maclin 5-53, L.McCoy 5-30, B.Celek 3-8,
D.Jackson 2-69-1TD, L.Weaver 1-1 ... REDSKINS - F.Davis 8-78-1TD,
S.Moss 6-74, A.Randle El 5-39, D.Thomas 3-45-1TD, L.Betts 3-21,
C.Cooley 2-21, M.Sellers 2-6.
PASSING: EAGLES - D.McNabb (starter) 25-15-156-0-1TD, M.Vick
1-1-5-0-0 ... REDSKINS - J.Campbell 43-29-284-1-2TDs.
INTs: EAGLES - W.Witherspoon 1-9-1TD ... REDSKINS - None.
SACKS: EAGLES - T.Cole 2.0, J.Babin 1.0, B.Bunkley 1.0, C.Clemons
1.0, W.Witherspoon 1.0 ... REDSKINS - A.Carter 1.0, R.Doughty 1.0,
A.Haynesworth 1.0.
EAGLES TURNOVER RATIO: +4 (0 fumbles, 0 INTs/3 fumbles, 1 INT)
FIELD GOALS: EAGLES - D.Akers (47G, 44G) ... REDSKINS - S.Su-
isham (47G)
Weather: Cloudy, 57 degrees
Wind: SE 8 mph
Playing surface: Grass
Time: 3:07
Monday, October 26, 2009
FedEx Field
Philadelphia Eagles 27
Washington Redskins 17
Will Witherspoon scoots into the end zone after picking off Jason Campbell
On a rare day when Philadelphia and New York were battling in both
baseball and football on the same day in the same city, the Eagles
stomped the visiting Giants, 40-17, at Lincoln Financial Field. Dono-
van McNabb was a usual suspect in leading the Eagles to victory
(240 yards, three touchdowns, and a 146.7 QB rating), but it was
back-up running back LeSean McCoy (11-82-1TD rushing) and FB
Leonard Weaver (8-75-1TD) heading up the ground game in the ab-
sence of star RB Brian Westbrook (concussion). In fact, it was
Weaver who opened the scoring with a 41-yard jaunt on the game’s
opening possession. On the Giants ensuing drive, Eagles CB Asante
Samuel stepped in front of an Eli Manning pass and raced 37 yards
to the Giants 10-yard line. Three plays later, McNabb fired a 17-yard
scoring strike to TE Brent Celek on 3rd down to give Philadelphia a
fast 13-0 lead (the Giants blocked the extra point attempt). David
Akers nailed a 30-yard field three plays into the 2nd quarter to im-
prove the lead to 16-0. But the Giants responded late in the first half
with an 89-yard drive that was capped by an 18-yard pass from Man-
ning to TE Kevin Boss. With less than two minutes left to play until
intermission, the Eagles responded with a 39-yard kickoff return
that led to 54-yard TD toss to DeSean Jackson, and an interception
by safety Quintin Demps that produced a 23-yard TD pass to rookie
Jeremy Maclin. Armed with a 30-7 lead at half, the Eagles forced a
fumble on the kickoff to start the 2nd half that led to a 35-yard field
goal by Akers. The Giants would not quit, though, as they used a field
goal and a 1-yard scoring plunge by RB Ahmad Bradshaw to pull to
within 33-17 as the 4th quarter began. But McCoy ended New York’s
comeback hope with a 66-yard dart to the end zone on the 2nd play
of the final stanza to set the final score at 40-17.
Notes: Later in the evening, the Philadelphia Phillies and the New
York Yankees battled in game four of the World Series … The Eagles
23-point margin of victory was their largest over the Giants since
winning 24-0 on 12/1/96 at Veterans Stadium … The Eagles 40 points
was the highest total against the Giants since scoring 47 in a win on
11/22/92 at Giants Stadium … McNabb’s 146.7 QB rating was the 5th
best of his career and his best ever against the Giants … Weaver
logged a career-high 75 yards and his 41-yard TD run was the
longest run by an Eagles fullback since Anthony Toney’s 44-yarder
on 10/8/89 vs. NYG … McCoy’s 66-yard TD run was the longest by an
Eagles rookie since Herman Hunter’s 74-yard scoring run at Dallas
on 11/24/85.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pts
NY Giants 0 7 10 0 - 17
Philadelphia 13 17 3 7 - 40
Phila - L.Weaver, 41 run (Akers) (3-60, 1:34)
Phila - B.Celek, 17 pass from McNabb (kick blocked) (3-10, 0:52)
Phila - D.Akers, 30 FG (15-72, 6:56)
NYG - K.Boss, 18 pass from Manning (Tynes) (8-89, 5:04)
Phila - D.Jackson, 54 pass from McNabb (Akers) (1-54, 0:16)
Phila - J.Maclin, 23 pass from McNabb (Akers) (2-43, 0:29)
Phila - D.Akers, 35 FG (4-4, 0:48)
NYG - L.Tynes, 42 FG (5-18, 2:14)
NYG - A.Bradshaw, 1 run (Tynes) (8-23, 4:06)
Phila - L.McCoy, 66 run (Akers) (4-90, 1:41)
TEAM STATISTICS NYG PHILA
First Downs 21 17
Net Yards Gained 356 391
Rushes/Yards 32/141 24/180
Net Yards Passing 215 211
Att/Comp/INT 39/20/2 23/17/0
Sacked/Yards Lost 2/7 2/29
Punts/Average 3/38.0 3/47.3
Fumbles/Lost 2/1 3/2
Penalties/Yards 4/25 5/45
Time of Possession 35:33 24:27
3rd Down Efficiency 8/16 6/11
RUSHING: EAGLES - L.McCoy 11-82-1TD, L.Weaver 8-75-1TD,
D.McNabb 1-14, E.Buckley 2-6, M.Vick 2-3 ... GIANTS - B.Jacobs 20-
86, E.Manning 3-34, A.Bradshaw 9-21-1TD.
RECEIVING: EAGLES - B.Celek 4-61-1TD, J.Maclin 4-47-1TD,
D.Jackson 3-78-1TD, J.Avant 2-32, L.McCoy 2-10, A.Smith 1-11,
D.McNabb 1-1 ... GIANTS - S.Smith 8-68, H.Nicks 4-53, K.Boss 3-
70-1TD, B.Jacobs 2-21, D.Hagan 2-7, D.Hixon 1-3.
PASSING: EAGLES - D.McNabb 23-17-240-0-3TDs ... GIANTS -
E.Manning 39-20-222-2-1TD.
INTs: EAGLES - A.Samuel 1-37, Q.Demps 1-12 ... GIANTS - None.
SACKS: EAGLES - A.Dixon 1.0, J.Babin 0.5, C.Clemons 0.5 ... GIANTS
- B.Johnson 1.0, O.Umenyiora 1.0.
EAGLES TURNOVER RATIO: +1 (1 fumbles, 2 INTs/2 fumbles, 0 INTs)
FIELD GOALS: EAGLES - D.Akers (30G, 35G) ... GIANTS - L.Tynes
(42G, 47N)
Weather: Cloudy, 56 degrees
Wind: N 10 mph
Playing surface: Grass
Time: 3:04
Sunday, November 1, 2009
Lincoln Financial Field
Philadelphia Eagles 40
New York Giants 17
FB Leonard Weaver plows his way through the line for a 41-yard TD run
The Eagles dropped a hard-fought battle for first place in the NFC
East with a 20-16 defeat at the hands of the Dallas Cowboys at Lin-
coln Financial Field. Both teams entered the nationally televised
Sunday night football game with a 5-2 record but it was the Cow-
boys, after overcoming a 13-10 deficit in the 2nd half, who ended up
on the top of the division at the end of the night. The Eagles started
slow on offense as evidenced by an interception on their first series
of the evening. Donovan McNabb fired a pass over the middle of the
field to WR Jeremy Maclin, who had the ball deflect off of him and
into the hands of Dallas safety Gerald Sensabaugh. Seven plays
later, Cowboys RB Tashard Choice took a direct snap from center
and scored on a two-yard TD run giving them an early 7-0 lead. The
Eagles responded in the 2nd quarter with a pair of scoring drives
led by McNabb to pull them within one point at 7-6. David Akers con-
nected on a pair of long distance field goals (45 and 48 yards, re-
spectively) to account for the scoring. With under two minutes
remaining in the first half, Dallas QB Tony Romo connected with
Patrick Crayton on a 64-yard pass play setting up a field goal with
just 4 seconds until intermission. The Eagles responded in the 2nd
half by taking the kickoff 96 yards for a score, but a holding penalty
nullified the touchdown by Ellis Hobbs. Undaunted, McNabb and the
Eagles drove 77 yards on six plays, culminating in an 11-yard TD
pass to TE Brent Celek that gave Philly their first and only lead of the
contest at 13-10. The Cowboys took advantage of another intercep-
tion late in the 3rd quarter as Mike Jenkins stepped in front of a Mc-
Nabb pass at the Dallas 45-yard line. Five plays later, Nick Folk
connected on a 33-yard field goal to tie the game at 13-13. On their
ensuing possession, the Eagles drove into Dallas territory and, fac-
ing a 4th-and-1 situation, called a quarterback sneak by McNabb,
who appeared to have gained the first down but was spotted short.
Eagles head coach Andy Reid’s challenge of the play was upheld by
the officials and gave Dallas the momentum they needed. Facing a
3rd-and-14 at the Eagles 49-yard line, Romo pump faked and con-
nected with WR Miles Austin on a TD pass to give them the lead for
good. The Eagles responded once again with a drive deep into Dal-
las territory only to have McNabb tripped up for a sack on a 3rd-
and-10 play at the 34-yard line. The Eagles settled for a 52-yard field
goal by Akers and hoped to regain possession with 4:27 to play, but
the Cowboys converted a 3rd down pass from Romo to TE Jason Wit-
ten that allowed them to run out the clock and give them sole pos-
session of first place in the NFC East.
Notes: Including playoffs, this game represented the 100th all-time
meeting between the Eagles and Cowboys … Akers nailed three field
goals of 40+ yards in a game for the 2nd time this season and the 5th
time in his career (including playoffs) … Eagles S Quintin Mikell
played in his 100th regular season game.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pts
Dallas 7 3 0 10 - 20
Philadelphia 0 6 7 3 - 16
Dal - T.Choice, 2 run (Folk) (7-37, 4:11)
Phila - D.Akers, 45 FG (10-55, 3:34)
Phila - D.Akers, 48 FG (12-54, 6:08)
Dal - N.Folk, 22 FG (9-77, 1:34)
Phila - B.Celek, 11 pass from McNabb (Akers) (6-77, 3:12)
Dal - N.Folk, 33 FG (5-27, 2:08)
Dal - M.Austin, 49 pass from Romo (Folk) (4-55, 2:45)
Phila - D.Akers, 52 FG (8-30, 3:37)
TEAM STATISTICS DAL PHILA
First Downs 18 17
Net Yards Gained 358 297
Rushes/Yards 23/76 24/88
Net Yards Passing 282 208
Att/Comp/INT 34/21/1 30/16/2
Sacked/Yards Lost 4/25 3/18
Punts/Average 5/43.8 3/44.3
Fumbles/Lost 0/0 0/0
Penalties/Yards 11/70 8/82
Time of Possession 31:44 28:16
3rd Down Efficiency 7/15 4/12
RUSHING: EAGLES - L.McCoy 13-54, L.Weaver 8-33, M.Vick 1-2,
D.McNabb 2-(-1) ... COWBOYS - M.Barber 12-50, T.Choice 3-13-1TD,
F.Jones 4-10, K.Ogletree 1-6, T.Romo 3-(-3).
RECEIVING: EAGLES - L.McCoy 5-61, J.Maclin 3-44, B.Celek 3-39-
1TD, J.Avant 2-43, D.Jackson 2-29, A.Smith 1-11 ... COWBOYS -
J.Witten 7-43, R.Williams 5-75, M.Barber 3-20, P.Crayton 2-74,
K.Ogletree 2-38, M.Austin 1-49-1TD, T.Choice 1-8.
PASSING: EAGLES - D.McNabb 30-16-227-2-1TD ... COWBOYS -
T.Romo 34-21-307-1-1TD.
INTs: EAGLES - S.Brown 1-13 ... COWBOYS - G.Sensabaugh 1-0,
M.Jenkins 1-0.
SACKS: EAGLES - J.Babin 1.0, T.Cole 1.0, S.Jones 1.0, J.Parker 1.0
... COWBOYS - J.Ratliff 2.0, V.Butler 1.0.
EAGLES TURNOVER RATIO: -1 (0 fumbles, 2 INTs/0 fumbles, 1 INT)
FIELD GOALS: EAGLES - D.Akers (45G, 48G, 52G) ... COWBOYS -
N.Folk (22G, 33G)
Weather: Cloudy, 61 degrees
Wind: WNW 1 mph
Playing surface: Grass
Time: 3:18
Sunday, November 8, 2009
Lincoln Financial Field
Philadelphia Eagles 16
Dallas Cowboys 20
Brent Celek snags an 11-yard TD from Donovan McNabb in the 3rd quarter
The Eagles made a valiant comeback attempt in the 4th quarter, but
could not overcome a slew of missed opportunities early in the game
as they fell to the host San Diego Chargers, 31-23, at Qualcomm
Stadium. The Eagles fell behind 14-0 early on in the contest on a 20-
yard touchdown pass from Philip Rivers to FB Mike Tolbert and on
a 3-yard touchdown run by LaDainian Tomlinson early in the 2nd
stanza. After a slow start, the Eagles offense finally started rolling.
They put together two lengthy drives in the 2nd quarter only to be
held to field goals on each opportunity deep in the red zone. On the
first occasion, the Eagles were set up first and goal at the Chargers
1-yard line, but were stopped three straight plays. They failed to
score a touchdown again after having a 1st-and-goal later in the
quarter at the Chargers 9-yard line. Trailing 14-6 heading into the
2nd half, the Eagles were forced to punt during their first possession
of the 3rd quarter and the Chargers promptly drove 76 yards on five
plays and scored on a 20-yard TD run by Tomlinson. Philadelphia
cruised down the field again with the help of a 58-yard catch and
run by Jason Avant but was held out of the end zone after facing a
1st-and-10 at the San Diego 16, and a 3rd-and-1 at the 7-yard line
before settling for another field goal. The Chargers upped their lead
to 28-9 after a 20-yard scoring pass from Rivers to WR Legedu Naa-
nee late in the 3rd quarter. Donovan McNabb and the Eagles offense
would not lie down, though, as they drove 54 yards on nine plays, in-
cluding a highlight film, 21-yard grab from Avant on 3rd and 18, to
set up a five-yard TD catch by Jeremy Maclin. After a three-and-out
by the Chargers, McNabb led a 77-yard drive that was capped by a
six-yard TD catch by TE Brent Celek that pulled the Eagles within 5
points at 28-23. With momentum clearly on the Eagles side, San
Diego converted two important third down plays, leading to a 29-
yard field goal by Nate Kaeding to increase their lead to 31-23. With
less than 30 seconds to play, McNabb drove the Eagles to the Charg-
ers 35-yard line. But with 2 seconds remaining, his last throw into
the end zone was intercepted to end the game.
Notes: With 450 passing yards, McNabb eclipsed the 400-yard
plateau for the 2nd time in his career and tied a career high with 35
completions … Avant set career highs in catches (8), yards (156),
while recording the longest reception of his career (58 yards) … Ea-
gles WR DeSean Jackson tied a career high with 8 catches … The
game marked the Eagles first visit to San Diego since 1998.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pts
Philadelphia 0 6 3 14 - 23
San Diego 7 7 14 3 - 31
SD - M.Tolbert, 20 pass from Rivers (Kaeding) (6-40, 2:09)
SD - L.Tomlinson, 3 run (Kaeding) (10-82, 5:44)
Phila - D.Akers, 18 FG (9-77, 4:23)
Phila - D.Akers, 25 FG (14-87, 4:16)
SD - L.Tomlinson, 20 run (Kaeding) (5-76, 2:23)
Phila - D.Akers, 25 FG (6-77, 2:10)
SD - L.Naanee, 20 pass from Rivers (Kaeding) (8-59, 4:38)
Phila - J.Maclin, 5 pass from McNabb (Akers) (9-54, 2:01)
Phila - B.Celek, 6 pass from McNabb (Akers) (12-77, 5:07)
SD - N.Kaeding, 29 FG (12-66, 6:42)
TEAM STATISTICS PHILA SD
First Downs 26 22
Net Yards Gained 462 331
Rushes/Yards 13/29 28/119
Net Yards Passing 433 212
Att/Comp/INT 56/35/1 25/20/0
Sacked/Yards Lost 2/17 2/19
Punts/Average 4/40.0 4/50.0
Fumbles/Lost 0/0 0/0
Penalties/Yards 9/70 3/31
Time of Possession 29:37 30:23
3rd Down Efficiency 5/13 3/8
RUSHING: EAGLES - B.Westbrook 6-28, L.McCoy 3-5, L.Weaver 2-2,
E.Buckley 1-0, J.Maclin 1-(-6) ... CHARGERS - L.Tomlinson 24-96-
2TDs, D.Sproles 2-14, L.Naanee 1-10, P.Rivers 1-(-1).
RECEIVING: EAGLES - J.Avant 8-156, D.Jackson 8-91, J.Maclin 6-
76-1TD, B.Celek 6-47-1TD, L.McCoy 3-18, R.Brown 2-36, B.West-
brook 2-26 ... CHARGERS - A.Gates 7-78, D.Sproles 4-31, M.Floyd
3-45, L.Naanee 3-42-1TD, M.Tolbert 2-25-1TD, V.Jackson 1-10.
PASSING: EAGLES - D.McNabb (starter) 55-35-450-1-2TDs, M.Vick
1-0-0-0-0 ... CHARGERS - P.Rivers 25-20-231-0-2TDs.
INTs: EAGLES - None ... CHARGERS - A.Cromartie 1-0.
SACKS: EAGLES - J.Parker 1.0, V.Abiamiri 0.5, D.Howard 0.5 ...
CHARGERS - P.Oliver 1.0, B.Siler 1.0.
EAGLES TURNOVER RATIO: -1 (0 fumbles, 1 INT/0 fumbles, 0 INTs)
FIELD GOALS: EAGLES - D.Akers (18G, 25G, 25G) ... CHARGERS -
N.Kaeding (29G)
Weather: Sunny, 71 degrees
Wind: WSW 8 mph
Playing surface: Grass
Time: 3:05
Sunday, November 15, 2009
Qualcomm Stadium
Philadelphia Eagles 23
San Diego Chargers 31
QB Donovan McNabb threw for 450 yards in the Eagles comeback attempt
Donovan McNabb’s homecoming to Chicago was punctuated with a
come-from-behind victory in the final minutes of the 4th quarter as
the Eagles defeated the Bears, 24-20, on Sunday Night Football.
Trailing 20-17, McNabb orchestrated an 11-play, 62-yard drive that
was capped off by a 10-yard touchdown scamper by rookie RB
LeSean McCoy with 5:31 remaining in regulation. On that drive, Mc-
Nabb completed 5 of 6 pass attempts for 40 yards. For the game,
McNabb completed 71.9% of his passes (23 for 32) for 244 yards and
two touchdowns for a QB rating of 101.6. The Eagles also started
fast, literally, as a no-huddle offense propelled them to a 10-0 lead
in the first quarter after a 25-yard field goal by David Akers and a 13-
yard scoring pass from McNabb to WR Jason Avant, another Chicago
native. But the Bears took advantage of Eagles turnovers and penal-
ties to take a 12-10 lead early in the 3rd quarter with four field goals
by Robbie Gould. Later in that quarter, WR DeSean Jackson made
up for an earlier fumble with a 48-yard TD catch to give Philadel-
phia a 17-12 lead. But the Bears bounced right back with a 6-play,
55-yard drive that resulted in a 15-yard TD pass from Jay Cutler to
TE Kellen Davis. After a successful two-point conversion pass, the
Bears held a 20-17 lead heading into the final quarter. The Eagles
survived a fumble by McCoy in Philadelphia territory as rookie DT
Antonio Dixon blocked a 48-yard field goal attempt by Gould to sti-
fle a Bears scoring opportunity. That block set the stage for McN-
abb’s and McCoy’s heroics on the decisive scoring drive. After
McCoy’s TD, Eagles FS Sean Jones sealed the win with his first in-
terception as an Eagle.
Notes: Akers became the 28th player in NFL history to kick 250 field
goals … McNabb tied Ron Jaworski (142) for most regular season
games played by a quarterback in Eagles history … Eagles CB As-
ante Samuel played in his 100th career regular season game …
Dixon’s field goal block was the first by the an Eagle since Trent Cole
did so on 12/7/08 at NYG … Philadelphia won for the first time on
NBC Sunday Night Football after dropping their first seven such
contests
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pts
Philadelphia 10 0 7 7 - 24
Chicago 0 9 11 0 - 20
Phila - D.Akers, 25 FG (9-68, 4:06)
Phila - J.Avant, 13 pass from McNabb (Akers) (8-76, 4:44)
Chi - R.Gould, 45 FG (8-30, 3:03)
Chi - R.Gould, 28 FG (6-72, 2:03)
Chi - R.Gould, 28 FG (13-57, 5:34)
Chi - R.Gould, 49 FG (5-20, 1:35)
Phila - D.Jackson, 48 pass from McNabb (Akers) (2-64, 0:30)
Chi - K.Davis, 15 pass from Cutler (Cutler-Forte pass) (6-55, 3:01)
Phila - L.McCoy, 10 run (Akers) (11-62, 5:30)
TEAM STATISTICS PHILA CHI
First Downs 18 14
Net Yards Gained 377 284
Rushes/Yards 30/157 20/126
Net Yards Passing 220 158
Att/Comp/INT 33/24/1 43/24/1
Sacked/Yards Lost 3/24 1/13
Punts/Average 5/33.8 6/45.3
Fumbles/Lost 3/2 0/0
Penalties/Yards 8/46 7/64
Time of Possession 30:57 29:03
3rd Down Efficiency 7/15 3/16
RUSHING: EAGLES - L.McCoy 20-99-1TD, M.Vick 1-34, D.Jackson
1-10, L.Weaver 3-9, D.McNabb 4-5, E.Buckley 1-0 ... BEARS - K.Bell
4-81, M.Forte 14-34, J.Cutler 2-11.
RECEIVING: EAGLES - D.Jackson 8-107-1TD, J.Maclin 6-64, B.Celek
4-35, J.Avant 4-26-1TD, L.Weaver 2-12 ... BEARS - G.Olsen 6-42,
E.Bennett 5-57, M.Forte 4-20, D.Hester 4-18, K.Davis 2-17-1TD,
J.Knox 2-16, J.McKie 1-1.
PASSING: EAGLES - D.McNabb (starter) 32-23-244-1-2TDs, M.Vick
1-1-0-0-0 ... BEARS - J.Cutler 43-24-171-1-1TD.
INTs: EAGLES - S.Jones 1-0 ... BEARS - Z.Bowman 1-0.
SACKS: EAGLES - T.Cole 1.0 ... BEARS - L.Briggs 1.0, M.Anderson
0.5, T.Harris 0.5, H.Hillenmeyer 0.5, I.Idonije 0.5.
EAGLES TURNOVER RATIO: -2 (2 fumbles, 1 INT/0 fumbles, 1 INT)
FIELD GOALS: EAGLES - D.Akers (25G) ... BEARS - R.Gould (45G,
28G, 28G, 49G, 48B).
Weather: Partly Cloudy, 47 degrees
Wind: E 5 mph
Playing surface: Grass
Time: 3:02
Sunday, November 22, 2009
Soldier Field
Philadelphia Eagles 24
Chicago Bears 20
Nick Cole bearhugs LeSean McCoy after his game-winning touchdown run
Donovan McNabb led the Eagles to their 2nd straight come-from-
behind victory as the Eagles erased an eight point deficit in the
fourth quarter to down the visiting Washington Redskins, 27-24.
Trailing 24-16 following a 25-yard field goal by Washington with
11:42 remaining in the contest, McNabb pumped newfound life into
the Eagles offense who had suffered 3 three-and outs and an inter-
ception in their first four possessions of the 2nd half. The Eagles
drove 90 yards in 10 plays, including 66 on two catches by WR Jason
Avant (46 and 20) to set up a one-yard TD plunge by RB Eldra Buck-
ley. On the ensuing two-point conversion attempt, McNabb shoveled
a pass to rookie RB LeSean McCoy, who miraculously stayed on his
feet to dive into the end zone and tie the game at 24. After the Red-
skins were forced to punt on their ensuing possession, McNabb con-
nected with rookie WR Jeremy Maclin on a 35-yard pass that led to
a 32-yard game-winning kick by David Akers, his 16th consecutive
made and his fourth of the day. The Redskins took an early 7-0 lead
following a botched onsides kick attempt by the Eagles. Quinton
Ganther recovered the kick and returned it deep inside Eagles ter-
ritory and set up a 1-yard TD run by QB Jason Campbell. But the
Eagles responded with two impressive drives that resulted in 10
points (29-yard field goal by Akers and a 35-yard scoring pass from
McNabb to DeSean Jackson). Washington countered with an im-
pressive scoring drive of their own (80 yards on 13 plays) that ended
with a four-yard TD grab by WR Santana Moss. But Eagles CB As-
ante Samuel picked up two interceptions late in the 2nd quarter that
led to a pair of field goals by Akers to give Philadelphia a 16-14 half-
time lead. Washington grabbed the lead again early in the 3rd quar-
ter with a 10-yard scoring pass from Campbell to TE Fred Davis. But
the Eagles 4th quarter rally overcame the sluggish 3rd quarter,
which saw them gain just 22 yards on 9 plays.
Notes: The Eagles swept the season series vs. the Redskins for the
5th time in the last eight seasons … They posted 4th quarter come-
from-behind victories in consecutive games for the first time since
2003 (10/19/03 at NYG and 10/26/03 vs. NYJ) … Samuel posted the
6th multi-interception game of his career … Buckley’s TD was the
first of his career.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pts
Washington 7 7 7 3 - 24
Philadelphia 10 6 0 11 - 27
Was - J.Campbell, 1 run (Suisham) (4-19, 1:54)
Phila - D.Akers, 29 FG (10-68, 4:11)
Phila - D.Jackson, 35 pass from McNabb (Akers) (7-51, 3:17)
Was - S.Moss, 4 pass from Campbell (Suisham) (13-80, 6:04)
Phila - D.Akers, 24 FG (6-15, 2:15)
Phila - D.Akers, 41 FG (3-5, 0:16)
Was - F.Davis, 10 pass from Campbell (Suisham) (9-80, 4:57)
Was - S.Suisham, 25 FG (5-16, 1:50)
Phila - E.Buckley, 1 run (McNabb-McCoy pass) (10-90, 4:18)
Phila - D.Akers, 32 FG (10-66, 3:47)
TEAM STATISTICS WAS PHILA
First Downs 15 17
Net Yards Gained 303 381
Rushes/Yards 25/82 29/123
Net Yards Passing 221 258
Att/Comp/INT 37/22/2 36/21/1
Sacked/Yards Lost 1/10 2/2
Punts/Average 5/46.6 5/43.4
Fumbles/Lost 0/0 0/0
Penalties/Yards 7/39 7/60
Time of Possession 29:42 30:18
3rd Down Efficiency 8/17 5/15
RUSHING: EAGLES - L.McCoy 17-76, L.Weaver 6-44, M.Vick 2-4,
E.Buckley 2-1-1TD, D.McNabb 2-(-2) ... REDSKINS - R.Cartwright
15-38, Q.Ganther 5-32, M.Mason 3-10, J.Campbell 2-2-1TD.
RECEIVING: EAGLES - J.Avant 5-94, J.Maclin 5-63, B.Celek 4-33,
L.McCoy 4-25, D.Jackson 2-41-1TD, L.Weaver 1-4 ... REDSKINS -
D.Thomas 4-46, F.Davis 4-43-1TD, S.Moss 4-28-1TD, R.Cartwright
3-26, M.Kelly 2-50, A.Randle El 2-19, M.Sellers 1-12, M.Mason 1-
11, Q.Ganther 1-(-4).
PASSING: EAGLES - D.McNabb (starter) 35-21-260-1-1TD, M.Vick
1-0-0-0-0 ... REDSKINS - J.Campbell 37-22-231-2-2TDs.
INTs: EAGLES - A.Samuel 2-17 ... REDSKINS - J.Tryon 1-3.
SACKS: EAGLES - T.Cole 1.0 ... REDSKINS - A.Carter 1.0, L.Fletcher
1.0.
EAGLES TURNOVER RATIO: +1 (0 fumbles, 1 INT/0 fumbles, 2 INTs)
FIELD GOALS: EAGLES - D.Akers (29G, 24G, 41G, 32G) ... REDSKINS
- S.Suisham (25G)
Weather: Sunny, 52 degrees
Wind: SSW 10 mph
Playing surface: Grass
Time: 3:13
Sunday, November 29, 2009
Lincoln Financial Field
Philadelphia Eagles 27
Washington Redskins 24
LeSean McCoy stays on his feet and scores the game-tying 2-pt. conversion
Michael Vick made a magical return to the Georgia Dome as he ac-
counted for a pair of touchdowns in the Eagles 34-7 rout of the At-
lanta Falcons. Vick scored on a five-yard touchdown run early in the
3rd quarter to break the game open and, with the crowd loudly
chanting, “We want Vick, we want Vick,” fired a 5-yard TD pass to
TE Brent Celek in the 4th quarter to give the Eagles a commanding
34-0 lead. It was the first touchdowns of the season for Vick, who
played six years for the Falcons franchise after being selected first
overall in the 2001 NFL draft. Lost in the Vick-mania that sur-
rounded the day was the play of the Eagles defense who stifled At-
lanta’s undermanned offense all day long. In fact, they kept the
home team off the scoreboard until the final play of the game.
Philadelphia, meanwhile, scored 21 points off of three turnovers, in-
cluding a forced fumble by Eldra Buckley on a kickoff early in the
game that was recovered by Tracy White at the Falcons 22-yard line.
From there, Donovan McNabb connected with FB Leonard Weaver
on a 4-yard scoring pass to give the Eagles an early 10-0 advantage.
The Eagles made it 13-0 in the 2nd quarter after David Akers’ 2nd
field goal from 33 yards out split the uprights. Undaunted, the Fal-
cons drove deep into Eagles territory late in the first half only to be
stifled in a classic goal-line stand after being set up 2nd-and-goal
from the PHI1. After Vick’s TD run gave Philadelphia a 20-0 lead
early in the 3rd quarter, Sheldon Brown stepped in front of a 4th
down pass by Chris Redman and returned it 83 yards for a touch-
down. Vick set up his TD pass to Celek with a 43-yard bomb to WR
Reggie Brown to the ATL7.
Notes: The Eagles became the 13th team in NFL history to post 100
regular season wins in a decade … Vick’s TD run was his first since
10/15/06 vs. NYG at the Georgia Dome and his touchdown pass was
his first since 12/31/06 at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field …
Sheldon Brown set a career high with his 5th INT of the season and
posted the longest INT return of his career (83 yards) … Atlanta
played without five offensive starters including QB Matt Ryan and
RB Michael Turner, while the Eagles played without offensive stal-
warts Brian Westbrook and DeSean Jackson … The Falcons lost at
home for just the 2nd time since the start of the 2008 season … Ea-
gles FB Leonard Weaver accounted for 100 yards of total offense (37
rushing and 63 receiving)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pts
Philadelphia 10 3 14 7 - 34
Atlanta 0 0 0 7 - 7
Phila - D.Akers, 33 FG (9-44, 4:20)
Phila - L.Weaver, 4 pass from McNabb (Akers) (4-22, 0:57)
Phila - D.Akers, 33 FG (5-56, 1:18)
Phila - M.Vick, 5 run (Akers) (12-80, 6:52)
Phila - S.Brown, 83 interception return (Akers)
Phila - B.Celek, 5 pass from Vick (Akers) (5-45, 2:17)
Atl - R.White, 3 pass from Redman (Bryant) (13-99, 5:27)
TEAM STATISTICS PHILA ATL
First Downs 20 22
Net Yards Gained 380 295
Rushes/Yards 26/103 22/61
Net Yards Passing 277 234
Att/Comp/INT 27/16/0 44/23/2
Sacked/Yards Lost 2/9 2/1
Punts/Average 3/44.7 6/43.8
Fumbles/Lost 0/0 2/1
Penalties/Yards 8/61 6/30
Time of Possession 29:11 30:49
3rd Down Efficiency 4/11 4/14
RUSHING: EAGLES - L.Weaver 5-37, E.Buckley 8-33, M.Vick 4-17-
1TD, D.McNabb 2-17, L.McCoy 6-2, R.Brown 1-(-3) ... FALCONS -
J.Snelling 10-35, J.Norwood 11-18, E.Weems 1-8.
RECEIVING: EAGLES - J.Maclin 4-83, J.Avant 3-36, L.McCoy 3-24,
R.Brown 2-64, L.Weaver 2-63-1TD, B.Celek 2-16-1TD ... FALCONS -
R.White 9-104-1TD, T.Gonzalez 8-72, J.Norwood 2-24, J.Snelling 2-
17, B.Finneran 1-14, M.Booker 1-4.
PASSING: EAGLES - D.McNabb (starter) 25-14-238-0-1TD, M.Vick
2-2-48-0-1TD ... FALCONS - C.Redman 44-23-235-2-1TD.
INTs: EAGLES - S.Brown 1-83-1TD, S.Jones 1-37 ... FALCONS -
None.
SACKS: EAGLES - D.Howard 1.0, J.Parker 1.0 ... FALCONS - K.Bier-
mann 1.0, L.Sidbury 1.0.
EAGLES TURNOVER RATIO: +3 (0 fumbles, 0 INTs/1 fumble, 2 INTs)
FIELD GOALS: EAGLES - D.Akers (33G, 39N, 33G) ... FALCONS -
(None).
Weather: Indoors, 72 degrees
Wind: None
Playing surface: Field Turf
Time: 3:00
Sunday, December 6, 2009
Georgia Dome
Philadelphia Eagles 34
Atlanta Falcons 7
Michael Vick scores his first touchdown of the season in the decisive win
DeSean Jackson accounted for 261 all-purpose yards and two long-
distance touchdowns in a wild, 45-38 victory in the Eagles final reg-
ular season visit to Giants Stadium. In all, both teams combined for
83 points, 886 yards of total offense and five touchdown scoring
plays of 60+ yards. Philadelphia kept the scoreboard operators oc-
cupied all night long, especially in the early going when Donovan
McNabb led a game-opening drive that covered 67 yards on 6 plays
and finished with an 8-yard screen pass for a touchdown by TE Brent
Celek. On the Giants ensuing possession, RB Brandon Jacobs was
stripped by DE Trent Cole and the bouncing ball landed into the
hands of CB Sheldon Brown, who raced 60 yards for a touchdown
and a 14-0 lead. But the Giants responded with a field goal later in
the 1st quarter and a 68-yard scoring pass from Eli Manning to WR
Hakeem Nicks, who broke two tackle attempts en route to the end
zone. After a field goal by Eagles K David Akers gave Philadelphia a
17-10 lead, Jackson took a directional punt by Jeff Feagles along
the Eagles sideline, waited patiently for a couple of blockers and
raced down the sideline for a 72-yard TD giving the Eagles a com-
manding two-touchdown lead. But New York used a touchdown run
by Ahmad Bradshaw to cut the score to 24-17 with 1:35 to go in the
1st half. That proved to be too much time for the Eagles, who con-
verted two 3rd-and-long situations to set up a 1-yard TD scamper by
QB Michael Vick. However, the extra point was blocked as Philadel-
phia took a 30-17 lead into the intermission. The Giants stormed out
of the gates in the 2nd half to take the lead with a pair of touchdowns
(a one-yard TD run by Jacobs on 4th-n-goal at the PHI1 and a 61-
yard pitch and catch by Manning and WR Domenik Hixon, who
eluded Eagles tackle attempts before racing into the end zone).
Holding the lead for the first time in the game, the Giants attempted
to feed off the raucous home crowd en route to a victory. But Jack-
son quickly silenced them. On the very next play from scrimmage,
McNabb fired a 60-yard scoring strike to the speedy receiver who
raced past a Giants safety and back-pedaled into the end zone. The
score remained at 37-31 into the 4th quarter when Feagles pinned
the Eagles back at their own 9-yard line with 13:12 to play in the
game. From there, McNabb led a textbook, 12-play, 91-yard scoring
drive that shredded 7:24 of clock time and was capped by a one-yard
TD plunge by FB Leonard Weaver. A two-point pass from McNabb
to Jason Avant gave the Eagles a 45-31 lead with 5:48 remaining.
Although the Giants managed to pull within 7 points with a Manning
TD pass, the Eagles held on for a big NFC East road victory.
Notes: The Eagles made their
40th and final visit to Giants Sta-
dium (including playoffs) and
finished with a 24-16 record, in-
cluding wins in their final four
trips to the Meadowlands …
Jackson’s two home runs gave
him 8 TDs of 50+ yards on the
season, tying the NFL record
with Devin Hester (2007) and
Elroy “Crazy Legs” Hirsch
(1951) … Jackson’s punt return
for a TD was the third of Eagles
career, setting a new team
record previously held by Brian
Westbrook, Brian Mitchell and
Steve Van Buren (two apiece) …
Brown’s TD was his 5th of his
Eagles career, tying Eric Allen
and Seth Joyner for the most
defensive scores in team his-
tory.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pts
Philadelphia 14 16 7 8 - 45
NY Giants 3 14 14 7 - 38
Phila - B.Celek, 8 pass from McNabb (Akers) (6-67, 3:32)
Phila - S.Brown, 60 fumble return (Akers)
NYG - L.Tynes, 26 FG (15-77, 7:13)
NYG - H.Nicks, 68 pass from Manning (Tynes) (5-83, 3:12)
Phila - D.Akers, 20 FG (12-75, 6:25)
Phila - D.Jackson, 72 punt return (Akers)
NYG - A.Bradshaw, 3 run (Tynes) (8-67, 2:39)
Phila - M.Vick, 1 run (Akers kick blocked) (8-70, 1:20)
NYG - B.Jacobs, 1 run (Tynes) (11-74, 5:42)
NYG - D.Hixon, 61 pass from Manning (Tynes) (2-59, 1:19)
Phila - D.Jackson, 60 pass from McNabb (Akers) (1-60, 0:15)
Phila - L.Weaver, 1 run (D.McNabb-J.Avant pass) (12-91, 7:24)
NYG - K.Boss, 4 pass from Manning (Tynes) (11-75, 4:17)
TEAM STATISTICS PHILA NYG
First Downs 20 27
Net Yards Gained 374 512
Rushes/Yards 24/77 31/133
Net Yards Passing 297 379
Att/Comp/INT 28/18/1 38/27/0
Sacked/Yards Lost 1/10 3/12
Punts/Average 4/41.8 3/38.3
Fumbles/Lost 1/0 5/4
Penalties/Yards 6/45 7/54
Time of Possession 25:14 34:46
3rd Down Efficiency 3/8 5/12
RUSHING: EAGLES - L.Weaver 9-33-1TD, L.McCoy 10-28, M.Vick 3-
11-1TD, D.McNabb 2-5 ... GIANTS - B.Jacobs 15-60-1TD, A.Brad-
shaw 14-55-1TD, E.Manning 2-18.
RECEIVING: EAGLES - D.Jackson 6-178-1TD, B.Celek 5-64-1TD,
L.McCoy 4-26, R.Brown 2-31, L.Weaver 1-8 ... GIANTS - S.Smith 7-
74, K.Boss 7-70-1TD, H.Nicks 4-110-1TD, A.Bradshaw 4-46, M.Man-
ningham 2-16, D.Hixon 1-61-1TD, B.Jacobs 1-9, M.Hedgecock 1-5.
PASSING: EAGLES - D.McNabb (starter) 26-17-275-1-2TDs, M.Vick
2-1-32-0-0 ... GIANTS - E.Manning 38-27-391-0-3TDs.
INTs: EAGLES - None ... GIANTS - J.Goff 1-5.
SACKS: EAGLES - D.Howard 2.0, V.Abiamiri 0.5, J.Hanson 0.5 ... GI-
ANTS - O.Umenyiora 1.0.
EAGLES TURNOVER RATIO: +3 (0 fumbles, 1 INT/4 fumbles, 0 INTs)
FIELD GOALS: EAGLES - D.Akers (20G) ... GIANTS - L.Tynes (26G)
Weather: Cloudy, 42 degrees
Wind: 0 mph
Playing surface: Field Turf
Time: 3:20
Sunday, December 13, 2009
Giants Stadium
Philadelphia Eagles 45
New York Giants 38
DeSean Jackson takes a punt and races
down the sideline for a 72-yard touch-
down. It was the first of his two 50-plus-
yard scores in the game
The Eagles harassed the 49ers and their quarterback Alex Smith
into committing four turnovers and used the big-play tandem of
Donovan McNabb (306 yards passing and two total touchdowns) and
DeSean Jackson (6 catches for 140 yards and 1 TD) in defeating San
Francisco, 27-13, at a frigid Lincoln Financial Field. With the win,
the Eagles clinched their 8th playoff berth this decade while elimi-
nating the 49ers from playoff contention. McNabb and Jackson got
the Eagles off to a fast start on the game’s opening possession as
the two connected on a 19-yard scoring pass to give Philadelphia a
quick 7-0 lead. After the 49ers responded with a field goal later in
the first quarter, Philadelphia was stopped on a 4th and 1 rushing
attempt late in the stanza that set up the 49ers at the Eagles 29-
yard line. But Sheldon Brown forced a fumble by TE Delanie Walker
deep in Eagles territory that was recovered by fellow cornerback As-
ante Samuel at the 6-yard line. From there, McNabb drove the Ea-
gles 94 yards on nine plays, including his own 8-yard TD run that
gave Philadelphia a commanding 14-3 lead. The Eagles capitalized
on two more 49ers turnovers (a Samuel INT and a Tracy White INT)
that led to a pair of short field goals by David Akers and gave the
home squad a 20-3 advantage. The 49ers stormed back in the 2nd
half with 10 points in the first nine minutes of the 3rd quarter to pull
to within 20-13, but an 8-play, 89-yard drive by the Eagles in the 4th
quarter put the game out of reach as LeSean McCoy scampered in
from 2-yards out with 11:32 to play.
Notes: After a major winter snowstorm dropped over 23 inches of
snow in the Philadelphia area one day earlier, kickoff time was ad-
justed from 1 pm to 4:15 pm … The Eagles became the 10th team in
NFL history to earn eight or more playoff appearances in a decade.
Indianapolis in the 2000s and Dallas in the 1970s each had nine. The
following teams have also had eight: Dallas (1990s), Buffalo (1990s),
Cleveland (1950s), Minnesota (1970s), Pittsburgh (1970s), San Fran-
cisco (1980s and 1990s) … Jackson became the 5th Eagle ever to
post 140+ yards in consecutive games and the first since Mike Quick
did so in 1985 … McCoy broke the club’s rookie rushing record set by
Correll Buckhalter in 2001 (586 yards) … Samuel’s 8th INT of the
year is the most by an Eagle since Eric Allen in 1989 … White’s INT
was the first of his career (92 games).
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pts
San Francisco 3 0 10 0 - 13
Philadelphia 7 13 0 7 - 27
Phila - D.Jackson, 19 pass from McNabb (Akers) (5-50, 2:13)
SF - J.Nedney, 51 FG (7-38, 3:18)
Phila - D.McNabb, 8 run (Akers) (9-94, 5:02)
Phila - D.Akers, 22 FG (8-24, 3:00)
Phila - D.Akers, 26 FG (3-21, 0:24)
SF - J.Nedney, 25 FG (8-36, 4:58)
SF - J.Morgan, 12 pass from Smith (Nedney) (6-35, 3:28)
Phila - L.McCoy, 2 run (Akers) (8-89, 3:34)
TEAM STATISTICS SF PHILA
First Downs 13 21
Net Yards Gained 261 422
Rushes/Yards 18/107 33/116
Net Yards Passing 154 306
Att/Comp/INT 37/20/3 36/21/2
Sacked/Yards Lost 3/23 0/0
Punts/Average 4/48.3 4/40.3
Fumbles/Lost 2/1 0/0
Penalties/Yards 8/55 4/69
Time of Possession 28:57 31:03
3rd Down Efficiency 0/11 6/14
RUSHING: EAGLES - L.Weaver 17-52, L.McCoy 9-48-1TD, D.Jack-
son 1-9, D.McNabb 4-5-1TD, M.Vick 2-2 ... 49ERS - F.Gore 16-107,
A.Smith 1-1, M.Robinson 1-(-1).
RECEIVING: EAGLES - D.Jackson 6-140-1TD, B.Celek 4-73, J.Avant
3-44, L.McCoy 3-8, L.Weaver 2-18, R.Brown 1-13, K.Curtis 1-7,
A.Smith 1-3 ... 49ERS - J.Morgan 7-61-1TD, M.Crabtree 4-26,
V.Davis 3-43, D.Walker 3-28, F.Gore 3-19.
PASSING: EAGLES - D.McNabb 36-21-306-2-1TD ... 49ERS -
A.Smith 37-20-177-3-1TD.
INTs: EAGLES - A.Samuel 1-18, T.White 1-5, Q.Mikell 1-0 ... 49ERS
- D.Bly 1-9, S.Spencer 1-0.
SACKS: EAGLES - T.Cole 2.0, C.Clemons 1.0 ... 49ERS - None.
EAGLES TURNOVER RATIO: +2 (0 fumbles, 2 INTs/1 fumble, 3 INTs)
FIELD GOALS: EAGLES - D.Akers (22G, 26G) ... 49ERS - J.Nedney
(51G, 25G)
Weather: Cloudy, 32 degrees
Wind: WNW 18 mph
Playing surface: Grass
Time: 3:16
Sunday, December 20, 2009
Lincoln Financial Field
Philadelphia Eagles 27
San Francisco 49ers 13
The Eagles defense forced four turnovers on the day,
including Asante Samuel’s 8th INT of the year, which is
the most by an Eagle since Eric Allen had 8 in 1989.
David Akers booted a 28-yard field goal with 4 seconds to play in the
4th quarter to lift the Eagles to an exciting 30-27 victory over the
Denver Broncos at Lincoln Financial Field. Akers’ heroics offset a
valiant comeback attempt by the visiting Broncos, who rallied tie the
game after trailing 27-10 late in the 3rd quarter. Ironically, the mo-
mentum swung in favor of the Broncos after an interception by Ea-
gles CB Asante Samuel. After Samuel returned the ball 40 yards
from the PHI8, the Eagles were penalized twice during the return
and the resulting line of scrimmage was their own one-yard line.
After a three-and-out and a punt by the Eagles, the Broncos scored
two touchdowns in less than a minute. First, Broncos QB Kyle Orton
connected with Jabar Gaffney on a 7-yard TD and after a fumble by
Eagles kickoff return man Macho Harris, Orton tossed a 16-yard
scoring pass to RB Knowshon Moreno to make the score 27-24
heading into the 4th quarter. Denver tied the game with a 46-yard
field goal by Matt Prater with 6:11 remaining in the 4th quarter and
kept the momentum until Eagles QB Donovan McNabb scrambled
for 27 yards on a 3rd-and-25 play. Although Philadelphia ended up
punting on that drive, field position was changed and Denver went
three and out on their ensuing possession and were forced to punt
deep inside their own territory. McNabb and company took over from
the DEN42 with 1:41 to play and rookie WR Jeremy Maclin made a
highlight-film, 27-yard catch along the Eagles sideline at the Bron-
cos 13-yard line. The play was originally ruled an incompletion, but
the replay system clearly showed Maclin drag both feet while main-
taining possession of the ball. Four plays later, Akers gave the Ea-
gles their 6th straight victory with his ninth career game-winning
kick in the final two minutes of the 4th quarter or overtime … The
Eagles jumped ahead 20-7 in the first half on the strength of two
touchdown passes by McNabb - 2 yards to WR DeSean Jackson and
47 yards to TE Brent Celek – and two field goals by Akers. They
upped their lead to 27-10 after a juggling, 15-yard TD grab by Jason
Avant midway through the 3rd quarter.
Notes: In the first half, the Eagles shattered their single-season
scoring record of 416 points previously set in 2008 … Samuel’s in-
terception was his 9th of the season and the most by an Eagle since
Bill Bradley notched 9 in 1972 … Celek notched a game-high 121 re-
ceiving yards on four receptions, marking the 4th 100-yard output of
his career. His 47-yard touchdown grab in the 2nd quarter was the
longest catch of his career … With a sack, Trent Cole tied a career
high with 12.5, while Juqua Parker registered his career-high 7th of
the season … Longtime Eagles Brian Dawkins and Correll Buck-
halter made their first visit to Lincoln Financial Field as members of
the Broncos.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pts
Denver 0 7 17 3 - 27
Philadelphia 10 10 7 3 - 30
Phila - D.Jackson, 2 pass from McNabb (Akers) (6-61, 3:09)
Phila - D.Akers, 39 FG (6-39, 2:34)
Den - J.Gaffney, 11 pass from Orton (Prater) (12-70, 5:44)
Phila - B.Celek, 47 pass from McNabb (Akers) (4-88, 1:25)
Phila - D.Akers, 45 FG (12-49, 6:33)
Den - M.Prater, 33 FG (9-35, 4:21)
Phila - J.Avant, 15 pass from McNabb (Akers) (6-80, 2:33)
Den - J.Gaffney, 7 pass from Orton (Prater) (5-25, 2:15)
Den - K.Moreno, 16 pass from Orton (Prater) (2-16, 0:40)
Den - M.Prater, 46 FG (7-28, 3:43)
Phila - D.Akers, 28 FG (6-32, 1:37)
TEAM STATISTICS DEN PHILA
First Downs 13 22
Net Yards Gained 241 394
Rushes/Yards 18/70 28/105
Net Yards Passing 171 289
Att/Comp/INT 41/27/1 35/20/1
Sacked/Yards Lost 3/18 4/33
Punts/Average 7/34.9 5/43.4
Fumbles/Lost 0/0 5/2
Penalties/Yards 9/95 9/59
Time of Possession 29:17 30:43
3rd Down Efficiency 5/15 4/13
RUSHING: EAGLES - B.Westbrook 9-32, D.McNabb 5-29, L.McCoy
6-27, L.Weaver 7-20, D.Jackson 1-(-3) ... BRONCOS - C.Buckhalter
5-42, K.Moreno 9-18, K.Orton 1-7, B.Marshall 2-3, P.Hillis 1-0.
RECEIVING: EAGLES - J.Maclin 6-92, B.Celek 4-121-1TD, D.Jack-
son 4-33-1TD, J.Avant 2-25-1TD, B.Westbrook 2-5, L.McCoy 1-39,
R.Brown 1-7 ... BRONCOS - B.Marshall 8-39, J.Gaffney 7-69-2TDs,
B.Lloyd 4-22, K.Moreno 3-17-1TD, C.Buckhalter 2-12, D.Graham 2-
4, T.Scheffler 1-26.
PASSING: EAGLES - D.McNabb 35-20-322-1-3TDs ... BRONCOS -
K.Orton 41-27-189-1-3TDs.
INTs: EAGLES - A.Samuel 1-0 ... BRONCOS - C.Bailey 1-4.
SACKS: EAGLES - T.Cole 1.0, D.Howard 1.0, J.Parker 1.0 ... BRON-
COS - E.Dumervil 2.0, R.Hill 1.0, V.Holliday 1.0.
EAGLES TURNOVER RATIO: -2 (2 fumbles, 1 INT/0 fumbles, 1 INT)
FIELD GOALS: EAGLES - D.Akers (39G, 45G, 28G) ... BRONCOS -
M.Prater (33G, 46G)
Weather: Sunny, 45 degrees
Wind: WSW 7 mph
Playing surface: Grass
Time: 3:34
Sunday, December 27, 2009
Lincoln Financial Field
Philadelphia Eagles 30
Denver Broncos 27
David Akers celebrates after nailing the game-winning field
goal with four seconds remaining in the game

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