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October 23, 2004 | From Associated Press
Philadelphia Eagle defensive end Jerome McDougle did not practice Friday because of an irregular heartbeat and was doubtful for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns. Trainer Rick Burkholder said McDougle complained after Thursday's practice of feeling lightheaded, shortness of breath and upper respiratory infection symptoms. The Eagles sent him to a hospital, where he was diagnosed with an irregular heartbeat.
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August 3, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
Philadelphia Eagle defensive end Jerome McDougle was discharged from a South Florida hospital Tuesday, and police said three teenagers were arrested in connection with his shooting. McDougle, 27, was shot late Thursday after three armed robbers approached him as he was sitting in his silver Mercedes coupe in southwest Miami. McDougle, who played at the University of Miami, had been visiting relatives in South Florida.
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July 30, 2005 | From Associated Press
Defensive end Jerome McDougle of the Philadelphia Eagles was shot in the stomach by armed robbers in Miami, police said Friday. The team said it was optimistic the injury is not career-threatening "We're told it [the bullet] didn't hit any major organs, and that's a plus," Eagle Coach Andy Reid said. McDougle, who played college football at Miami and is a South Florida native, had been scheduled to be in the Eagles' camp Monday, the reporting date for veterans.
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July 30, 2005 | From Associated Press
Defensive end Jerome McDougle of the Philadelphia Eagles was shot in the stomach by armed robbers in Miami, police said Friday. The team said it was optimistic the injury is not career-threatening "We're told it [the bullet] didn't hit any major organs, and that's a plus," Eagle Coach Andy Reid said. McDougle, who played college football at Miami and is a South Florida native, had been scheduled to be in the Eagles' camp Monday, the reporting date for veterans.
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August 3, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
Philadelphia Eagle defensive end Jerome McDougle was discharged from a South Florida hospital Tuesday, and police said three teenagers were arrested in connection with his shooting. McDougle, 27, was shot late Thursday after three armed robbers approached him as he was sitting in his silver Mercedes coupe in southwest Miami. McDougle, who played at the University of Miami, had been visiting relatives in South Florida.
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December 8, 2002 | Sam Farmer, Times Staff Writer
Hacksaw the Heisman. Split that baby down the middle and hand the halves to Miami teammates Ken Dorsey and Willis McGahee. That was the judicious opinion of more than one Hurricane player Saturday in the breathless aftermath of a 56-45 victory over Virginia Tech that leaves Miami four quarters away from a second consecutive national championship. The undefeated Hurricanes are headed for the Fiesta Bowl, where on Jan. 3 they will play undefeated Ohio State for the title.
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August 10, 2005 | From Associated Press
A handgun charge against Clipper forward Chris Wilcox was dismissed Tuesday. The former Maryland standout was arrested in June after police found a gun in his car during a traffic stop. The discovery probably would not have been admissible in court, because Wilcox should have been allowed to leave the scene before the arrival of a canine unit that found the weapon, said Tim McCrone, Howard County state's attorney.
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August 15, 2001 | From Associated Press
Miami defensive end Jerome McDougle fainted at the end of morning workouts Tuesday, but a team physician said his collapse was not because of heat exhaustion. "Although we have not determined the exact cause as of yet, we have ruled out heat exhaustion," said Dr. John Uribe, the team's physician and orthopedic surgeon. "At this time all of his lab results are normal, and we're continuing to investigate and evaluate his condition."
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August 30, 2005 | From Associated Press
The New England Patriots on Monday released quarterback Rohan Davey, who became expendable with the signing of Doug Flutie and the emergence of former USC backup Matt Cassel during his first pro training camp. Davey was the Patriots' fourth-round draft pick in 2002 out of Louisiana State. He was Tom Brady's backup last year. In three seasons, Davey played in seven games, completing eight of 19 passes for 88 yards.
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October 18, 2005 | From Associated Press
Seattle Seahawk safety Ken Hamlin was in serious but stable condition Monday because of a fractured skull and other head injuries suffered in an early-morning fight outside a nightclub. Hamlin also has a small blood clot and bruising of the brain tissue. He was to remain in intensive care for the next day or two, team physician Stan Herring said. "Right now, he is awake intermittently and talking to us," Herring said.
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October 23, 2004 | From Associated Press
Philadelphia Eagle defensive end Jerome McDougle did not practice Friday because of an irregular heartbeat and was doubtful for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns. Trainer Rick Burkholder said McDougle complained after Thursday's practice of feeling lightheaded, shortness of breath and upper respiratory infection symptoms. The Eagles sent him to a hospital, where he was diagnosed with an irregular heartbeat.
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December 8, 2002 | Sam Farmer, Times Staff Writer
Hacksaw the Heisman. Split that baby down the middle and hand the halves to Miami teammates Ken Dorsey and Willis McGahee. That was the judicious opinion of more than one Hurricane player Saturday in the breathless aftermath of a 56-45 victory over Virginia Tech that leaves Miami four quarters away from a second consecutive national championship. The undefeated Hurricanes are headed for the Fiesta Bowl, where on Jan. 3 they will play undefeated Ohio State for the title.
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August 31, 2003 | From Associated Press
Kyle Boller will start at quarterback when the Baltimore Ravens open the regular season at Pittsburgh next Sunday, winning the job from incumbent Chris Redman. Rarely are NFL rookie quarterbacks thrown in at the start of their careers, especially on teams seeking to make the playoffs. John Elway, and more recently Peyton Manning, struggled when they were made immediate starters, and both played on teams without high expectations. And seldom do rookies earn a starting job after holding out.
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September 7, 2003 | Rob Maaddi, From Associated Press
While the Philadelphia Eagles change players on defense each year, defensive coordinator Jim Johnson's philosophy stays the same. When the Eagles open their season against Tampa Bay on Monday night in a rematch of last January's NFC championship game, they'll have four new starters on a defense that finished fourth in the NFL last year. N.D. Kalu replaces defensive end Hugh Douglas, a three-time Pro Bowler who left for Jacksonville.
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