Breaking Down the Philadelphia Eagles Receivers Part II

Josh HuffAge: 23Acquired: Drafted in the 3rdround of the 2014 NFL DraftContract: Four year, $2.8 million2014 Stats: 98 yds, 8 receptions, 0 TDsCareer Stats: 98 yds, 8 receptions, 0TDsJosh Huff was one of many players immediately signed to the Eagles after last year’s draft. He was the first Oregon Ducks player that head coach Chip Kelly drafted in his two years with the team. Huff...
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April 23, 2015  |  Discuss

How Texas helped Oregon build a program

DALLAS -- When Gary Campbell asks a Texas boy who has never known life outside state lines to move an hour and a half from the Pacific Ocean, he knows the weight of the question.  He faced it himself as an 18-year-old in Ennis, Texas in 1969. Back then, he attended a mostly white high school and became the first black player from his town to play for a Division I program, rather...
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January 11, 2015  |  Discuss

The five best games ever in the Civil War

by Kevin Causey of “The Student Section” the Bloguin national college football blog Jubilation in the end zone: Marcus Mariota connected to Josh Huff for a 12-yard touchdown in the closing seconds to win last year’s Civil War, making it an instant classic in the series (Scott Olmos-USA TODAY Sports). It’s rivalry week and there are a bunch of games where in-state rivals...
Via The Duck Stops Here
November 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Sibling Rivalries And Why The Civil War Will Always Be The Most Important Game Of The Year

There is an ongoing debate among Duck fans regarding who their biggest rival is, Washington or Oregon State. While the results are far from unanimous, the Huskies usually come out on top (or, is that on bottom?) There is, quite simply, a certain level of animosity felt towards our rivals to the north that can’t seem to be manifested for our in-state brethren. While this is in large...
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November 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Buying Into The Mark Helfrich Oregon Ducks Era

A lot of things come to mind when you think of Chip Kelly and his Oregon Ducks teams. His innovative hurry-up-no-huddle offense, the intense practices with blaring music, his dry, sarcastic wit with reporters; all were big parts of what he brought to the table during his 4 years running the show in Eugene. However, what set him apart more than anything was his ability to get his...
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September 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Duck’s quest for better execution is their key challenge in 2014

Rod is rich: a jubilant Arizona sideline after their upset victory over Oregon last November, a loss that knocked the Ducks out of the PAC-12 Championship Game. Arizona executed better in all phases of the game, disciplined and energetic against the listless, distracted Ducks (Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports). The preseason AP college football poll came out yesterday, and the Ducks...
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August 18, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Philadelphia Eagles Josh Huff Breaks Off 102-Yard Kick Return for a Touchdown Against Chicago

One of the good things about coaching one of the most talented and fastest college football teams in recent history and jumping to the NFL before they graduate is being able to pick up some of the same guys in the NFL either through the draft or free agency.@gifdsports/TwitterPhiladelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly has not hesitated to pick up any of his former Oregon Ducks. When...
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August 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Duck stars impressive in NFL debuts; camp notes

Today is the first day of two-a-days, a big day for learning and resilience among Oregon’s new players, a ten hour football workday of practice, meetings and recovery. Elsewhere in the Duck universe, De’Anthony Thomas of the Kansas City Chiefs and Josh Huff of the Philadelphia Eagles both made a splash in their NFL debuts.  Thursday Thomas zoomed for an 80-yard punt return for...
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August 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Eagles’ Josh Huff Takes Kickoff Back 102 Yards For TD

First, De’Anthony Thomas returned a punt for 80-yards in his debut and now Josh Huff took back a kickoff for a 102-yard touchdown for the Philadelphia Eagles. Looks like the Oregon Ducks draftees are poised for a big impact this year. [@gifdsports] The post Eagles’ Josh Huff Takes Kickoff Back 102 Yards For TD appeared first on Diehardsport.
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August 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Getting to know the new Oregon Ducks: Jalen Brown

[The Ducks begin summer workouts this weekend as the incoming freshman join their brothers on campus, beginning their four and five-year adventure as college football players. As we have done annually DSH will profile the new players. The order is alphabetical.] Oregon outdueled 40 schools for Jalen Brown, an acrobatic receiver from Arizona who considered Vanderbilt, Ohio State,...
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June 16, 2014  |  Discuss

With just 83 days until Oregon football, it’s time for a fan summer workout

It’s a grievous mistake to base too much on a spring game, but Devon Allen drew a lot of heightened awareness and attention among fans with his two-touchdown performance (2 catches, for 49 and 45 yards). He added another layer of intrigue by setting a school record in the 110-meter hurdles, 13.27, besting the old mark by .11 seconds. While track and spring game success doesn...
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June 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Oregon Duck looking to step in to the spotlight for Philadelphia Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles wasted no time trying to find a replacement for DeSean Jackson. In the second round, at No. 42 overall, the team selected Jordan Mathews. In the third at No. 86 overall, they selected Josh Huff. Drafting two talented receivers shows the Eagles approach to replacing Jackson’s productivity may be done by “committee”. But for Huff, coming from the University...
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May 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Eagles Reach Agreement With Third-Round Pick WR Josh Huff

  The Philadelphia Eagles announced Tuesday that they have reached an agreement with third-round pick WR Josh Huff on a four-year contract. Huff was one of two years receivers selected in the first three rounds of last week’s NFL draft. Chip Kelly is plenty familiar with Huff as he played for the Oregon Ducks and finished his career with 144 receptions for 2,366 yards receiving...
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May 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Heading into Eagles’ rounds 4 through 7….

We’ve got Jordan and Josh to add to Marcus !!! The Eagles traded up with the Titans to select Vanderbilt wide receiver Jordan Matthews at No. 42 overall in the 2014 NFL Draft. Tennessee received the Nos. 54 and 122 overall picks from Philadelphia in return. Here’s’s Chris Wesseling on what went down last night: “Incredibly productive for the Commodores, [Jordan] Matthews...
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May 10, 2014  |  Discuss

5 things you need to know about the Philadelphia Eagles’ third round pick

The Philadelphia Eagles took Oregon WR Josh Huff at No. 86 overall in the NFL Draft. Here are five things you need to know about the Eagles’ newest offensive weapon. 1. Huff had a rough childhood — his mother was a drug addict, and once even almost killed him by swinging a 2×4 at his head. 2. He tied the Oregon record for most touchdown receptions in a season (12). Coincidentally...
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May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Scouting Report: Josh Huff, WR

The Eagles turned two third-round picks into two more future picks, getting their fourth-round pick back after trading their own to move up in the second round and an additional fifth-round pick. That pick went to Houston at 83. With the 86th pick, the Eagles selected a familiar face for head coach Chip Kelly. Josh Huff, a 5'11", 205-pound wide receiver out of Oregon, was selected...
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May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Twitter reacts to the Philadelphia Eagles drafting a familiar face

After trading the No. 83 pick to the Houston Texans — which they had acquired when they traded the No. 22 pick to the Cleveland Browns — the Philadelphia Eagles selected Oregon WR Josh Huff. Huff played under Chip Kelly when Kelly was at Oregon. Here’s how Twitter reacted to the selection: @Huff_Era_1 Welcome to Philly, Josh. Work hard, stay healthy, and be great! #eagles —...
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May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Eagles Add Josh Huff in the Third Round

After trading the 83rd overall pick, which was acquired when they traded back in the first round, the Eagles drafted Oregon wide receiver Josh Huff 86th overall. By trading the 83rd pick, the Eagles received Houston’s 101st overall pick (4th round) and 141st overall (5th round). This means that the Eagles own the first pick on day three, just like last year. However, last year...
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May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Eagles trade 83rd pick to Houston, select WR Josh Huff with 86th pick

After a Day 1 trade with the Cleveland Browns, the Eagles had two picks in the third round of the Draft.  They started by trading the 83rd pick to the Houston Texans in exchange for Houston's fourth-round pick at 101 and fifth-round pick at 141. The Texans selected DT Louis Nix III with the pick.  The Eagles then followed that up by selecting wide receiver Josh Huff with the 86th...
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May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Ross’s First (and Last) Packers 7 Round Mock

I want to make a few things clear before we kick this beast off.  First of all, this is a best case scenario draft.  While it is unlikely that all of the players that I have selected will be available when they are selected in this mock it is at least possible.  In fact if I have made the pick I’ve at least seen this player available in a different “expert’s” rankings...
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May 06, 2014  |  Discuss

The Packers will target raw talent in the later rounds of the draft

The hype leading up to the draft is centered around who teams will take with their first overall pick. Here at cover32 Packers we’re no different, there has been and will continue to be speculation on who the Packers take at pick 21 until they are on the clock this Thursday night. But, perhaps more important in this years draft, which has been labelled one of the deepest in recent...
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May 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Carolina Panthers 7-Round Mock Draft

Let’s not hover around it—team-specific mock drafts are a pain in the ol’ derriere. Given the countless unknowns for a traditional mock draft—which is an adventure in of itself— predicting who and where will be available for your particular team is considerably difficult. But luckily, I’ve devised a relatively decent system to cater to the needs of a full seven-round...
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May 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Mocking it up: Full Seven Round Cowboy Mock Drafts

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April 26, 2014  |  Discuss

How real is the improvement in Oregon football? Fans get a glimpse in two weeks

In two weeks fan will get their first look at the 2014 Ducks, live on the PAC-12 Network as they broadcast the Spring Game, beginning at 11 on Saturday May 3rd. It’s not a definitive measurement. That receivers can catch the football against a third team cornerback with the quarterback in a red jersey isn’t a sure indication of who will get open against Michigan State, but it’s...
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April 18, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 NFL Draft: The Wide Receiver Fables Part 1

Wide receivers are fun to scout, especially considering that the Jets will likely be looking at one early this May.  Yet the process of scouting them is often abbreviated or done is haste when playmaking ability is evident.  I see this often today and I have major issues with it for many reasons.  I believe the position I’ve learned the most about through scouting prospects...
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March 28, 2014  |  Discuss
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