Philadelphia Soul to Hold Open Tryout on Jan. 19

Posted January 14, 2013
PHILADELPHIA SOUL TO HOLD OPEN TRYOUT ON JAN. 19   PHILADELPHIA (January 14, 2012) – The American Conference Champion Philadelphia Soul will hold an open player tryout on Saturday, January 19 in the Philadelphia Eagles' NovaCare Complex located at One NovaCare Way, Philadelphia.  Soul Head Coach Clint Dolezel, General Manager Tom Goodhines and staff will be evaluating all players in attendance.  All participants can pre-register before Thursday, January 17 at www.philadelphiasoul.com.  The cost of the tryout is $60 for those who pre-register and $80 at the door by cash, money order or certified funds only.  A t-shirt will be included in the cost and all fees are non-refundable.On the day of the tryout, registration will begin at 8 a.m., with stretching starting promptly at 9 a.m. Kickers will be evaluated at this tryout at noon, getting there no later than 11 a.m. Players will be tested on their 40-yard time, broad jump and short shuttle with other position-specific drills and one-on-ones to follow.  Please bring appropriate workout gear and shoes/cleats.  Testing will take place on field turf – no metal cleats are permitted.  A trainer will be on hand for emergencies only – not for player taping.
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