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Adam Gase says Dolphins starting jobs aren’t safe if performances don’t improve

Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase has coached three games in his NFL career, and he is not wasting time delivering a message to his players. It is one that can be a tricky message to deliver for a first-year head coach, without the experience of a guy like Bill Belichick, but every coach has to do it. Gase told reporters this week he is challenging his team to start performing...
Via The Comeback
September 27, 2016  |  Discuss

Eagles' K Parkey suffers a brutal injury that will make you cringe

If you watched Sunday's Eagles-Jets game, you may have noticed that Philadelphia kicker Cody Parkey was short on his kickoffs. Word came down on Monday that Parkey had injured his groin before the game and the Eagles placed him on season-ending IR. We learned on Tuesday, though, that this was not the typical "pulled groin" or "strained groin" injury that sports fans always hear about...
Via FOX Sports
September 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles: Parkey aims to leave misses in past

The Philadelphia Eagles made a trade with the Indianapolis Colts in the middle of last August for an un-drafted rookie that was merely months away from playing in a National Championship game for Auburn, Cody Parkey. Parkey led the nation in touchbacks during his final season at Auburn but didn’t get his name called in the 2014 NFL Draft. The Colts called after the draft and had...
Via isportsweb.com
July 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles: New kicking distance for Cody Parkey

The NFL has changed its rules to try making those 30 seconds following a touchdown a time other than to grab more chips, suds, or both. Attempting an extra point from the 15-yard line means gaining that extra point on the frozen concrete of northerly stadiums in the middle of November just got harder. Kinda. There was no debate over whether or not the rule should have been changed...
Via isportsweb.com
May 20, 2015  |  Discuss

The best weapon the Philadelphia Eagles never want to use

The Philadelphia Eagles scored more points than 29 other teams in the 2014 season. That sounds all great and peachy, but the makeup of those points makes for a questionable aspect of the Eagles’ collective game. Cody Parkey proved one of the most valuable pickups for the Eagles in the offseason. After a shady decline in Alex Henery’s kicking numbers heading into the 2014 season...
Via isportsweb.com
February 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Is Cody Parkey of the Philadelphia Eagles the best field goal kicker in the NFL?

Place kickers in the NFL don’t get a whole lot of credit. Even the best of the best is lucky if he earns as much as a second string running back. How come nobody pays any attention when these are the guys scoring all the points? Let’s change all that and make a power rankings list of the best field goal kickers in the NFL. Here are the top ten. They were ranked based mostly on...
Via cover32 - Eagles
December 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Bettor loses $100,000 on Colts' late-game choke

A Delaware bettor put down $5 for a 15-team parlay, looking for a shot to win $100,000. In order to win, the gambler would need to pick all 15 games correctly against the spread. And the odds are long.But things looked pretty good for this person after Indianapolis rolled to a 14-point third quarter lead and the individual had correctly picked the first 14 games.All that was needed...
Via The Other Paper
September 18, 2014  |  1 Comment

Watch: Colts mascot attempts to rattle Cody Parkey before game-winning kick

Eagles K Cody Parkey drilled the game-winning kick on Monday Night Football and was one of the unlikely stars on the evening. And as he was preparing to attempt one particular 36-yarder with just seconds remaining in the game, the Colts' mascot, Blue, decided to take matters into his own hands. He flashed Parkey multiple times and did all he could to rattle the young kicker and...
Via The Sports Daily
September 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Cody Parkey Beats Out Alex Henery For Eagles’ Kicking Job

  Eliot Shorr-Parks of NJ.com, citing two individuals with knowledge of the situation, reports that rookie Cody Parkey has beaten out former fourth-round pick Alex Henery for the Eagles’ kicking job. Parkey, 22, came over in a trade with the Colts that sent RB David Fluellen to Indianapolis. He’s an undrafted free agent out of Auburn. During his four years at Auburn...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
August 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles: Positions of interest

Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly has stated that roster cuts remain his least favorite part of the job. With the deadline to get the roster down to 53 just three days away, the Eagles’ Thursday night game against the New York Jets ironically becomes the most important preseason game with many starters watching from the sidelines. The three areas that draw the most interest...
Via isportsweb.com
August 27, 2014  |  Discuss
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