22-year-old graduate of Burlington County College and present student at Monmouth University.
Journalist for The Burlington County Times and Star Ledger covering high school sports across the Garden State. Credentialed beat writer for Big Blue View and Big Blue Interactive covering the New York...
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PHILADELPHIA -- Sunday can't get here soon enough for Jalen Mills. Sure, the Eagles cornerback is excited about the chance to advance to the Super Bowl with a win over the Vikings ... but that's not it. When he exits the tunnel at Lincoln Financial Field, he'll look around; scan the sidelines and stands. Looking back at him will likely be thousands of people in dog masks. "Man, I can't wait to see how crazy Philly fans dress those masks up," he said by his locker on Tuesday.
PHILADELPHIA -- It's a staple at Eagles practice each week. It's been this way since Doug Pederson took over. On Fridays, in both film study and the meeting rooms, the Eagles go over situational football. Sometimes it's a hypothetical moment. Others a play from the week prior, or a few weekends back. Whatever it is, the Eagles practice it, until they know what they to do when it happens. And after last weekend's wild finish in Minnesota, no one over at 1 Novacare Way wonders why.
PHILADELPHIA -- He may not be their first, second or third choice, but if the Giants name Pat Shurmur their next head coach, the man who currently employs him in Minnesota believes he'll do a fine job. Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer, on a conference call with reporters before his team takes on the Eagles in the NFC Championship, gave his current offensive coordinator quite the vote of confidence. "I think, if he gets an opportunity," Zimmer said, "I think he'll be successful."
The NJBA awarded Connor Hughes with a scholarship in Philip Robert's name, given to a student studying broadcasting and journalism at a College or University that has displayed excellence within the field.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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