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Sat, 20 Jan 2007 09:40:07 -0800
Les Bowen, of the Philadelphia Daily News, reports the Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to terms with Australian Football League P Salverio Rocca. The deal is for a non-guaranteed three-year contract. Australia's National Nine TV news show first reported Rocca would sign with the team. "It's mixed feelings, because it's quite exciting if you make it and go all the way. That environment, for the family, it's a bit hectic, because we're just not sure how far we're going to go... They can terminate the contract after 1 day if they want to. I've got to get over there and show 'em that I'm fairly good and I can kick just as good as, if not better than, who they've got there at the moment," Rocca said. He expects to arrive in Philadelphia in late March, but said he is not sure if he will bring his family right away.
Fri, 19 Jan 2007 20:57:38 -0800
Daniel Rubin, of the Philadelphia Inquirer, reports the Philadelphia Eagles have reportedly reached a contract agreement with Australian Football League P Salverio Rocca. Derek Boyko, who oversees the Eagles player and coaching media relations, said there is an agreement. "He's agreed to a contract with us, but until it's official, we can't make an announcement. We expect it to be," Boyko said.
Tue, 29 Aug 2006 22:33:52 -0700
Jay Skurski, of Greater Niagara Newspapers, reports Australian Football League K/P Salverio Rocca wants to once again pursue an NFL career. According to the Australian Associated Press, Rocca will play his last game with the Kangaroos of the AFL this week, then head to the United States, where he'll meet with the Buffalo Bills and possibly one other NFL team.
Sat, 17 Dec 2005 06:50:38 -0800
Jon Ralph, of the Herald Sun, reports Australian Football League P Anthony Rocca is hoping to follow in the footsteps of NFL punters Ben Graham (New York Jets), Darren Bennett (Minnesota Vikings) and Mat McBriar (Dallas Cowboys) and land in the NFL. "I have always had a bit of an interest in it," he said Friday, Dec. 16. Like Graham, Rocca is aligned to Ricky Nixon's Flying Start management group, which could help set up trials with NFL clubs.
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