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How Brian Dawkins’ Comments Relate to Chase Utley

There is no question that Philadelphia sports fans are passionate about their teams and their athletes. In today’s sports environment, the “city of brotherly love” doesn’t have a lot of star players to love, and as Chip Kelly has showed since taking over as the Eagles head coach, a fan cannot get too attached to their athletes because professional sports is a business, and...
Via Phillies Nation
25 days ago  |  Discuss

The Philadelphia Eagles other starting safety

  About a solid 80% of NFL fans across the nation know that the Philadelphia Eagles have struggled in the secondary and have never had a quality safety after Brian Dawkins left to sign with the Denver Broncos in 2009, and Quintin Mikell to St. Louis the year after. Between poor draft picks and free agents that have not fit the scheme, the City of Brotherly Love was being constantly...
Via EndZoneScore
May 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Quotable Monday: Jason Elam’s son loves Denver Broncos practice

Day 19 of Denver Broncos training camp welcomed two former players in Brian Dawkins and Jason Elam. Here’s Dawkins, looking stacked as ever, watching practice this morning. Photo by Troy Renck of the Denver Post. Brian Dawkins visits camp. Sun's out guns out t-shirt. Looks like could still play #Broncos pic.twitter.com/slv6p1JDY4 — Troy Renck (@TroyRenck) August 11, 2014 And...
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August 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Denver Broncos secondary gets a makeover

Names like Steve Atwater, Dennis Smith, John Lynch and Brian Dawkins have blessed the safety position for the Denver Broncos in the past. They were all hard hitters who had a knack for making plays from their defensive backfield spot. They were tough against the run and were able to lay the wood to receivers in the passing game. The Broncos and John Elway were searching for that...
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March 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Brian Dawkins to Broncos: ‘Remain the hunter’

Former Denver Broncos safety Brian Dawkins addressed the team after Friday’s practice to share his Super Bowl experience. In 16 NFL seasons, Dawkins played in just one Super Bowl.  After three straight NFC Championship Game losses, Dawkins’ Philadelphia Eagles made it to Super Bowl XXXIX. But the Eagles were defeated by the New England Patriots in that game. “For me, it...
Via Sports-Glory
January 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Brian Dawkins Says Leaving Eagles Was Traumatic

Brian Dawkins played in seven Pro Bowls as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles and admitted Monday that leaving the organization as a free agent was a "traumatic experience."  Brian Dawkins didn't have much of a choice.  In 2009 on the heels of advancing to the NFC Championship game the previous season, Dawkins was allowed to leave via free agency when the Eagles front office failed...
Via Eagledelphia
January 14, 2014  |  Discuss
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