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Mon, 24 Jul 2006 05:41:14 -0700
Bob Brookover, of the Philadelphia Inquirer, reports recently retired Philadelphia Eagles defensive line coach Tommy Brasher attended practice Sunday, July 23, and will remain with the team through the first full week of training camp. Pete Jenkins took over from Brasher when he retired.
Sun, 09 Jul 2006 10:00:47 -0700
Geoff Mosher, of The News Journal, reports Philadelphia Eagles DL Brodrick Bunkley enjoys working for defensive line coach Pete Jenkins. Bunkley said, "He'd probably kill me if he heard me saying this, but it's good to work with an older guy. I played against some of the guys he coached at LSU. Those guys, I saw their work ethic and I knew you had to bring some good intensity against them." Jenkins' plan for the defensive line is to generate more pressure up front and be fierce against the run. This would allow defensive coordinator Jim Johnson to become more selective with his blitzes.
Wed, 14 Jun 2006 07:07:18 -0700
Nick Fierro, of the Easton Express Times, reports Philadelphia Eagles DL Trent Cole believes defensive line coach Pete Jenkins' methods for shedding blockers will make a big difference in the 2006 season. Cole said, "We do a lot more hand movements and stuff, and a lot more pass rushes and stuff. There's a lot of hand combat involved. It's been working well. I've seen changes in my game since we've been with coach Jenkins. So it's been great for me. I think it's going to help us get to the quarterback more. The one thing I've improved on is getting my hips around. I'm using my hands a lot more and using a lot more hand combat that Jenkins has showed me. We do it every day, so it's natural to me now."
Mon, 30 Jan 2006 13:24:07 -0800
The Philadelphia Eagles have announced the team has hired Pete Jenkins as their defensive line coach.
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