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Many prominent members of the community, including the Rev. Mark Wright, Charles Reeves Jr., Charles Reeves Sr., Kyle Shenandoah (fifth from left) and Ralanda King, met with the Salvation Army to discuss ways to enrich the community with resources.

Grays Ferry leader looks to fill jobless gap Kyle Shenandoah making employment efforts a priority in community By Lindsey Nolen SOUTH PHILLY REVIEW

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pon taking on a leadership role in the Grays Ferry neighborhood, Kyle Shenandoah wanted to figure out what issues were affecting its residents the most. After going door-to-door and asking for feed-

back, he discovered many of these people were experiencing difficulty in finding employment, and in turn he organized a community resource and job fair with the Salvation Army in South Philly taking place on Saturday, Aug. 19 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. As program director of the Resident Action Committee and vice president of the newly formed Tasker-Morris Neighbors Association, Shenandoah has been trying to plan this event since last

February when he first began knocking on doors of residential homes to encourage community members to get out and vote for the next district attorney in late-spring. However, upon his request, Shenandoah found many residents would respond by explaining they needed to find employment before they worried about voting. “I kept hearing this over and over again and See JOBS, page 6>>

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CARDELLA: All the news that’s ďŹ t for a straitjacket <<Continued from page 1 He added, “It was a big hotel room.â€? Meanwhile President Trump revealed today that he plans to get a future Olympics for Los Angeles. Mr. Trump claims Russia will support the United States bid. The New York Times is reporting that in return for Russia’s support, Vladimir Putin has been assured that he will get a detailed plan of all U.S. nuclear facilities. The president has called that report “fake news from a failing newspaper.â€? The president also denied a report that Russian officials would get comped at Trump hotels in the LA area. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is also denying a report aired on this network yesterday. Our sources have told us that when the embattled attorney general was in Philadelphia recently, he met with the Sixers Joel Embiid at the president’s request. Sessions says President Trump is interested in finding out whether there’s a way that person’s hands can be enlarged through exercise. “Embiid is known to have big hands,â€? said Sessions, “but I can assure you that the president’s hands are already very,very big.â€? Sessions appeared to wink when he made these remarks. In other news on the political front, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is denying that 49 Republican senators have asked him to include special perks in his new health-care bill which may or may not be voted on this week and may or may not be supported by the president. As you might recall, McConnell had carved out a special benefit for Alaska in his effort to get Alaska’s Sen. Lisa Murkowski to support the em-

battled Republican health-care plan. McConnell also flatly refuted the idea that he would make the introduction of a new Republican health-care bill a weekly ritual. When pressed by reporters, McConnell did admit that Republican members of Congress are thinking about identifying themselves as Democrats when they appear at future town hall meetings. Meanwhile at her press briefing today, Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters that the president will be “very,very angry� if this latest version of the health-care bill fails to pass. Sanders added that the president only uses a double “very� when he is extremely upset. Now my closing commentary, which we modestly call Cardella Speaks The Truth – We should all give thanks to President Trump for warning us of the Clinton campaign’s collusion with Ukraine. While the liberal media obsesses over Mr. Trump’s alleged collusion with Russia, it has neglected the far more serious proposition of the Clinton campaign colluding with Ukraine. While Ukraine, unlike Russia, does not have nukes and doesn’t have Vladimir Putin running the country, (although Putin has graciously offered to do so), Ukraine does have borscht bombs and is known to pound its lard with garlic. Liberals are so obsessed with Russia, but should be more worried about Ukraine. Any country that is downright neurotic about being called the Ukraine, is a country that should concern us. On the lighter side, Facebook reports that photos of kittens on social media increased 85 percent in the last year. Good night. Stay awake, America!


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POLICE REPORT

Police: Suspect wanted for multiple shootings By Lindsey Nolen SOUTH PHILLY REVIEW

On Wednesday, July 26, the Philadelphia Police Department sent a release stating it needs the public’s assistance in locating Xavier GutierrezMendez. He is reported to be responsible for two shootings that took place on July 22 at approximately 8:20 p.m. After the incident, GUTIERREZ-MENDEZ officers assigned to the 12th Police District responded to investigate a report of a “person with a gun.� Upon arrival, officers located a 24-year-old male victim lying on the ground suffering from gunshot wounds to the back of the head, shoulders and arm. The victim was transported by police to Penn-Presbyterian Medical Center where he was immediately taken into surgery and listed in critical condition. Previously, on June 8 at approximately 9:45 p.m., 3rd District officers responded to the area of 2100 S. 5th St. for another “person with a gun.� Upon arrival, the officers located a 44-year-old male victim suffering from a gunshot wound to his back. The victim was transported to Thomas Jefferson University Hospital by police and was listed in stable condition. The victim later informed investigators that following an argument, he was shot by a Hispanic male he knew from the neighborhood as “Xavier.� Detectives from the South and Southwest Detective Divisions developed a suspect who was later identified as Xavier Gutierrez-Mendez, 31. There are two warrants issued for his arrest. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Southwest Detective Division at (215) 686-3183, the South Detective Division at (215) 686-3013, or call 911.

Attempted theft of purse On Thursday, July 20, at approximately 9 a.m., a 67-year-old white female complainant was walking eastbound on the 800 block of Mifflin Street when a white male offender approached her from behind and attempted to grab her purse from her arm. The complainant reported that as she attempted to hold onto her purse, a struggle ensued and the offender pulled her to the ground causing her to sustain minor bruising and scrapes to her shoulder, hip, knee and elbow

before he fled the scene. Nothing was taken and the complainant did not require immediate medical attention. The offender, who was reported to be approximately 30 years old with a thin build and wearing a white T-shirt and shorts, was last seen running toward 8th Street. To report information, call South Detectives at 215-685-1635, text PPDTIP (773847) or visit phillypolice.com/forms.

Spray paint vandalism On Monday, July 24, at approximately 9:50 p.m., three unknown suspects were captured on surveillance video walking in the 1200 block of South 35th Street. Two of the suspects were spray painting anti-police slogans and profanity on walls and vehicles while the third acted as a lookout. They then left the area in an unknown direction. To report information, call South Detectives at 215-685-1635, text PPDTIP (773847) or visit phillypolice.com/forms.

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Multiple thefts of car batteries On Tuesday, June 20, a theft of a battery at 2000 Lombard St. was captured on surveillance video. The video depicted an unknown white or Hispanic male with a slim build, salt and pepper sideburns and a goatee and approximately 6-feet tall exiting a tan Honda Civic with Pennsylvania tag, JTN1733. The male then walked back to a Jeep Wrangler, lifted the hood and removed the battery. He then walked back to the Honda placing the battery inside the vehicle. Including this incident, the Philadelphia Police Department’s Major Crimes Auto Squad has been investigating multiple thefts of vehicle batteries, mostly from Jeep Wranglers. These vehicles’ hoods can be easily opened from the outside and thefts have been occurring since May in the 6, 9, 17 and 26 districts. To report information, call South Detectives at 215-685-1635, text PPDTIP (773847) or visit phillypolice.com/forms.

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Food for chatter: Fried chicken, cheesesteaks and pizza By Bill Gelman SOUTH PHILLY REVIEW

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he Christ Church South Philly, 229 Moore St., is hosting a summer festival at Dickinson Square Park on Saturday, Aug. 5 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The free food and fun will include lawn games, a bounce house, kids’ activities, music and more. The morning fun will include a scavenger hunt (10:30 a.m.) and dog showcase (11:30 a.m.). There will also be a basketball tournament at 1 p.m. For more information, visit facebook.com/christchurchsouthphilly. ‌ The National Liberty Museum will celebrate its 17th annual TD Bank Young Heroes Awards on Thursday, Aug. 10. South Philadelphia High stu-

dent Alayshia Bridges, 17, is one of the 21 inspiring students ages 18 and younger being recognized as a result of helping start a community school closet for homeless and displaced families. She was among a recordbreaking 74 nominations submitted by friends, teachers and community members who recognized the incredible contributions of these outstanding young citizens. ... Andy’s Fried Chicken is setting up shop on South Street, more specifically 2108 South St., with a targeted fall opening. The eatery, known for its

Korean Fried chicken, will be run by owner Andy Choi and business partner Eric Yoon. If you don’t feel like waiting, head over to the original location in Fishtown. ‌ South Philly Cheesesteak lovers, this one is for you. Mark your calendars for Saturday, Sept 23 as Philly’s Cheesesteak and Food Fest is returning to Citizens Bank Park, 1 Citizens Bank Way. This is the chance to sample offerings of the popular Philly food groups – cheesesteaks, roast pork sandwiches, hoagies, water ice, soft pretzels and more. There will be carnival

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games, a craft beer garden and live entertainment, too. We can’t forget about the cheesesteak eating contest. Vendors will be announced in coming weeks. Tickets are $45 (10 tasting tickets) and $65 (15 tasting tickets and early entry). Visit cheesesteakfest.com. ‌ Since we are on the hot foodie topic, the South Philly Review’s 8th Annual Pizza Palooza (formerly known as the Pizza Olympics) is fast approaching The date is Aug. 24, 6-9 p.m. at Penns Landing Caterers, 1301 S. Columbus Blvd. Come out and sample slices from City Pizza (both the Front Street and 16th Street locations will be there), Millie’s Burgers Steaks and Shakes, South View Pizza, SliCE, Cacia’s Bakery, Chickie’s & Pete’s and Key Pizza will all be there. The event is being presented by Liscio's

Bakery. King Arthur will provide the music, Here’s the best part: Tickets are only $10. ‌ Unless you’ve been in summer hibernation, you probably have heard about this showdown between legendary boxing champion Floyd “Moneyâ€? Mayweather and UFC superstar “The Notoriousâ€? Conor McGregor. It will likely be the most talked about fight of the year, maybe even in boxing history. This super fight, which is taking place on Saturday, Aug. 26 in Las Vegas, is being shown at movie theaters around the city, including the Riverview Plaza 17, 1400 S. Columbus Blvd. The show starts at 6 p.m. For tickets, visit fathomevents.com.

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JOBS: Community leader helps to answer residents’ call for jobs

Furthermore, even if they were to acquire the <<Continued from page 1 thought, well this is a real issue,� Shenandoah, means necessary to seek employment assistance from local entities online, he noted many local orwho grew up in Grays Ferry, said. “People weren’t focused on anything besides ganizations, such as the Grays Ferry Community Council, still don’t have an official website, but finding sustainable jobs, rather just a Facebook so I started working with page explaining their serpeople in the neighborvices. hood to help. I created “Because of this, even a Twitter account under the job-seeking millennimy own name and started als, who are used to using posting jobs.� Google to direct them to a Although to-date he website, won’t find anyhas posted more than thing,� 1,000 jobs on his acShenandoah, a millencount, @Kyle_Shenannial himself in his latedoah, along with tips and 20’s, said. “All of these tricks for job seekers, ‘mini-obstacles’ really add Shenandoah began to up and have created a real notice another hardship job crisis in the neighborfacing the unemployed hood.� residents of Grays Ferry. Adding to the crisis, Despite his attempts SPECIAL to South Philly Review to assist them, he real- Kyle Shenandoah, the program direc- Shenandoah explained ized that a strong digital tor of the Resident Action Committee the opioid epidemic and divide existed across this and vice president of the newly formed residents’ criminal history section of South Philly. Tasker-Morris Neighbors Association. also deter them from finding suitable long-term em“I began to see that ployment. many of these neighbors don’t know how to use For this reason, he has asked employers who are computers, which makes it hard for them to apply able to come out to the community resource and job for jobs online,� Shenandoah said. “So, if they don’t have the knowledge necessary fair be open-minded about whom they are willing to to use this technology, they needed an alternative. interview and assist in finding entry-level positions Even in-person these people don’t have consistent where they could grow. “Grays Ferry doesn’t have a demographic conaccess to jobs, with the closest job center being the sisting of a lot of people with master’s degrees,� Career Link at 40th and Market Streets.� Shenandoah added that, because no bus runs di- Shenandoah, who obtained his bachelor’s degree rectly from Grays Ferry to this job center, getting from Allegheny College in Meadville, said. “I felt like the least I could do to help these peothere is difficult for those interested in utilizing its ple find employment was put together this event to services.

simply promote access. Registration for the event is free, and I really hope word of it gets around on the street and a lot of people will come out for it.� Shenandoah is still looking for employers who are willing to come to South Philly and reach out to

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John Klein grows shelter from parish-steps effort to organized force for support women in Philadelphia, Angela Sgro. “They all gave me great insight into things I could do,” Klein said. “At the time I had just been walking past these hile simultaneously working as a parish ad- homeless people and giving them a sandwich or bus fare to ministrator for St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral in get to Trenton or Atlantic City, but the numbers kept growEast Camden, John Klein spent roughly the ing. In conversation with [Monsignor] Bob McDermott we past decade of his life living over the Walt decided we could do more than just give them sandwiches Whitman Bridge in South Philly and making connections and bus fare.” Referred to as “Father Bob,” by with local parishioners and clergymen. most at St. Joseph’s, he initially helped Thus, when he began to notice an influx Klein in calling on a couple of friends of homeless people sleeping on the recto begin a push for outreach and support tory porch of St. Joseph’s, he reached in their desire to found the local shelter. out to his South Philly peers for advice To help Klein and his push Although at first they needed to “reach in establishing a shelter. to assist the homeless of Caminto [their] own pockets,” in 2010 to get “It started with concern about the den, he encourages others to the organization up and running, 2011 growing number of homeless,” Klein, a visit the Joseph’s House webmarked the beginning of its services. resident of 2nd and Wolfe streets, said. site at josephshouseofcamden. Named Joseph’s House after the “I knew I needed to do some research Gospel figure who acted as the present org. From there, those interestto see what resources were available to foster father of Jesus Christ, and who them, and that I needed some wisdom ed in providing monetary aid, provided him with care and support, from other people. I knew Sister Mary “adopting a cot,” volunteering, Klein and McDermott found it fitting Scullion and Joan Dawson McConnon, or contributing through the puras they wished to be a strong presence who founded Project Home in Philadelchase of items off the organizain the lives of the homeless population phia, from volunteering so I reached out tion’s AmazonSmile wish list in Camden. Yet, while the organization to them.” had its roots in the Catholic church, can choose to do so. Overall, Klein believed that to sucthe founders stressed it would not be cessfully help transition the homea faith-based organization, but rather less population that was congregating outside of his parish that, instead of trying to “reinvent the would dedicate itself to helping anyone in need and would be wheel,” he could use the advice of others more knowledge- open to receiving support from a broad base of church groups able to try to “hit the ground running” with a concept for a from within Camden and beyond. “In our first year, we were open for only four months durnew shelter. Therefore, he had also reached out to the executive director of the Bethesda Project, an organization that pro- ing the winter season, but each year since we expanded,” vides housing, amenities and programs to homeless men and See KLEIN, page 13>>

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<<Continued from page 12 Klein said. “In our second year we were open for six months, then seven months, and in our fourth year we bought a building and have been operating inside it all year round ever since.” Yet, as the operation of Joseph’s House expanded, Klein and McDermott realized if they were going to continue meeting the need that was being presented, that they would need to find increased ways to acquire funds. Thus, they came to the decision that someone would need to step up as the executive director of the organization – a role that Klein was asked to take. “Everyone who had been involved asked me, ‘Well, would you want to [be the executive director?’” Klein said. “So I said yes and stopped working with [St. Joseph’s], and begin going to different church groups and speaking about the work of Joseph’s House.” As executive director, Klein has since played a vital role in securing more than $1 million for the non-profit organization. Without these donations, it would not have been possible for Joseph’s House to have assisted as many local homeless people as it has, and has helped successfully transition many of them into better living situations and lifestyles. “Last year, we had 532 homeless come to stay with us, and of those people, 158 were success-

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fully housed,” Klein said. Although this was only a 30 percent success rate, Klein explained often the transitional period can be quite lengthy, with individuals, especially those suffering from addiction, who have mental health issues or who need veterans’ services, taking a few steps forward then one or two steps backward.

To help ensure Joseph’s House is truly assisting its tenants and not merely enabling them, those seeking to use its services must agree to meeting with case managers and actively trying to pursue resources that will help them overcome their hardships. Typically, a day shift at Joseph’s House, which lasts from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. will consist of rough-

ly 60 people seeking the organization’s services, and a night shift, lasting from 8 p.m. until 8 a.m. will house 75 to 80 people on average. “When people come to stay here we have an agreement with them that we’ll provide shelter, food, showers with personal hygiene products and case management services, but they need to be honest with us and willing to work with us and get busy in tackling and overcoming the challenges keeping them homeless,” Klein said. “If they can’t abide by that agreement, we’ll give them an exit date that’s approximately three weeks to a month out.” Klein added that establishing an exit date is often the final push (or dose of reality) needed to change a person’s outlook on really altering their present circumstances for the betterment of their future. As long as the tenants are making an effort to “move forward and facilitate the gap” he said they are welcome to stay at Joseph’s House for as long as they need. “Sometimes this work is really heartbreaking, other times it’s really rewarding,” Klein said. “Recently we helped a fellow who would take two steps back and one forward get his own apartment, and he gave me a firm handshake and thanked me for never giving up on him. That’s just not the story for everyone, but you just have to take it one day at a time.”


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AUG. 5

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Revolutionary Concept: Family-friendly activities are taking place daily at the Museum of the American Revolution’s Patriots Gallery during the month of August 11 a.m.-4 p.m. daily. Children of all ages can try on Revolutionary-inspired FORWKLQJ GHVLJQ D à DJ GHFRUDWH VHFUHW PHVVDJHV DQG SUDF tice drilling like a Revolutionary soldier. Free with admission (Free-$25). 101 S. 3rd St. amrevmuseum.org. Enjoy the backyard indoors: Who said one needs a backyard to enjoy a little outdoor fun? All it takes is a trip to the Academy of Natural Sciences where the Backyard Adventures exhibit is open through Sept. 10. Dress up like a bug, take a walk through the digital garden and match critter calls with their sources. Free with admission ($16.95-$20.95). 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway. ansp.org.

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It’s going to be massive: The 2nd Street Festival is a yearly August tradition in Northern Liberties. This all-day block party will feature three stages, eight beer gardens and 250-plus vendors. Sound like fun? Noon-10 p.m. Free to attend. 2nd Street from Germantown Avenue to Spring Garden Street. 2ndstfestival.org.

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The Free Library of Philadelphia’s Summer of Wonder program is sure to entertain students while on summer break. The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation has teamed up with the popular mobile game PokĂŠmon GO to promote exploration of Philadelphia’s participating libraries by featuring “Pokestops,â€? curated by the Free Library. Queen Memorial Library, 1201 S. 23rd St. and the Fumo Family Library, 2437 S. Broad St., are the participating South Philly locations. freelibrary.org.

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The weekly Mario at the Movies series continues at Mario Lanza Park. 8:30-10:30 p.m. Free. Bring a chair. 200 Queen St. qvna.org.

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Concert Under the Stars series at the Mummers Museum continues with the Hegeman String Band. Free. Music begins at 8 p.m. Bring a lawn chair. Food and beverage will be available for purchase after 7 p.m. 1100 S. Second St. mumersmuseum. com.

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Tasker Elite is hosting a Cancer Awareness Event “I’m Aware� on Sat. Aug. 5 from noon6 p.m. at Stinger Square Park, 3200 Reed St. All are welcome. To make a donation, visit gofundme.com/qddhs-cancer-awareness. facebook.com/Tasker-Elite. The Philadelphia Soul close out their regular-season schedule at home against the Tampa Bay Storm. 7 p.m. $15-$60. Wells Fargo Center, 3601 S. Broad St. philadelphiasoul.com.

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The PECO Multicultural Festival Series continues with the ACANA African Festival. Dance troupes and artists will perform a free concert at the Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing. While you are at it, enjoy the delicious food and arts and crafts vendors to check out. 2-8 p.m. Free to attend. 101 S. Columbus Blvd. delawareriverwaterfront. com/events. Keisha Huchins performs at the Triangles Summer Music Series. Free to attend. 5-7 p.m. Grays Ferry Triangle. southofsouth. org/events. Michelle Branch’s “The Hopeless Romantic� tour hits the TLA for her lone Philly appearance. 8 p.m. $30-$125. 334 South St. venue.tlaphilly.com.


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Longtime Eagles play-by-play announcer Merrril Reese speaks at a Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce luncheon held recently at the Philadelphia Protestant Home.

‘I will never retire,’ vows Merrill Reese Voice of the Eagles likens current team to early, Reid, McNabb years By Tom Waring SOUTH PHILLY REVIEW

Longtime Eagles radio play-by-play announcer Merrill Reese acknowledges he is optimistic about the team entering every football season. “Guilty as charged,” he said. Reese recently addressed a luncheon sponsored by the Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. The event was held at the Philadelphia Protestant Home in Northeast Philly. Bill Conaway, the Protestant Home’s director of community relations, introduced Reese, who is entering his 41st season in the booth. Reese appeared on WBCB (1490 AM) just before his remarks. He is co-owner of the Levittown-based station, which broadcasts a weekly show at PPH. Soon, fans will be hearing the 74-year-old’s familiar voice – and that of his good friend and color commentator Mike Quick – on Sportsradio 94WIP and more than a dozen other places on the dial, including WBCB.

Fans will be hearing him for a long time. “I will never retire,” he said. Reese told the PPH crowd that he senses something special, like in 2000, when coach Andy Reid and quarterback Donovan McNabb were both in their second season. Reid, McNabb and the Eagles reached the Super Bowl four years later. Reese calls Doug Pederson, a former assistant under Reid and teammate of McNabb, a “smart coach.” As for Carson Wentz, Reese believes, in three years, he’ll be the best quarterback in the NFC East and among the top five in the NFL. “That’s how good he is,” he said. Reese recalled the Eagles were 3-1 last season before offensive tackle Lane Johnson began serving a 10-game suspension for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs. The Eagles went 2-8 in his absence. The Eagles, in Reese’s opinion, have dramatically improved at wide receiver by signing free agents Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith.

Reese is also high on LeGarrette Blount, counting on the 250-pound running back to be effective on third down and short yardage. Defensive end Derek Barnett, Reese said, should have a good season. Drafted 16th overall in the first round of April’s draft, he broke Reggie White’s sack records at Tennessee. The second-round pick, cornerback Sidney Jones, has great potential, in Reese’s view. He is expected to miss the season with an injury. Overall, Reese said it is “doubtful” the Eagles will make the Super Bowl this year, but would be “disappointed” if they didn’t make the playoffs. Reese offered some critical remarks about former Eagles coach Chip Kelly, former Eagles wide receiver Terrell Owens, Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder and the sputtering Cleveland Browns organization. The broadcaster saved some of his kindest words for, perhaps surprisingly, former Eagles quarterback Michael Vick. A self-described “dog person” who enjoys spending time with his daughter’s Boston terrier, Reese called Vick – who spent

21 months in jail for his role in a dog-fighting ring – “the best teammate.” As for the best coach, that one was easy. Dick Vermeil was the “best coach I’ve ever been around.” Brian Dawkins, Eric Allen and Sean Landeta are among the former Eagles who should be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, in Reese’s opinion. A no-brainer is Harold Carmichael, Reese said, contending that he was a better wide receiver than Lynn Swann, of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Reese asked a series of trivia questions and gave away prizes for the right answers. And what would a Merrill Reese speech be without one of his famous calls. Fans got to hear the final play of the Dec. 19, 2010 game against the New York Giants. The Eagles trailed by 21 points with less than eight minutes to go, but scored four touchdowns, including a game-ending punt return by DeSean Jackson, to pull out the miracle victory at the Meadowlands, as Reese screamed, “The Eagles win. The Eagles win.”


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Derek Barnett, defensive end

Alshon Jeffery, wide receiver

He is the go-to wide receiver the Eagles have lacked for many seasons. Jeffery, playing on a one-year contract, has been nothing short of outstanding in the spring through the early portion of training camp. He’s big, he’s got terrific hands and he’s motivated to return to the top of his game. Expect big-time numbers this season.

Tim Jernigan, defensive tackle

An aggressive, up-the-field defensive tackle, Jernigan played in a read-and-react scheme in Baltimore. Here, in Jim Schwartz’s defense, Jernigan will be let loose. Watch out. He’s a beast, and teamed with Fletcher Cox, Jernigan should be a disruptive interior defensive lineman.

LeGarrette Blount, running back

At 250 pounds, Blount gives the Eagles a physical presence in the running game. The Eagles were lousy in the red zone offensively last year, so Blount is an upgrade. He scored 18 touchdowns with New England last season, 15 of those scores coming inside the 10-yard line. Dial him up in your fantasy football league.

Robinson for a starting job. It’s a huge leap for Douglas, who was playing at Nassau Community College three seasons ago. He has a lot of promise, but expecting a lot this season may be asking too much.

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Whether he starts or not, Barnett is going to be a factor with the defense. The rookie No. 1 draft pick is a promising, natural pass rusher who can help with his burst and relentless pursuit off the edge. You’re going to love this kid. He’s got a chance to be something special.

Torrey Smith, wide receiver

The question with Smith is whether he still has his top-end speed. We won’t know that until the season begins, but the early peek is promising. The Eagles ranked 28th in the league in pass plays of plus-20 yards last season. Smith is here to stretch defenses.

Patrick Robinson, cornerback Unable to find his footing in the NFL since he was taken in the first round by New Orleans in 2010, Robinson hopes to make the most of an opportunity of a question mark-filled cornerback position. The starting job is there for him to earn.

Rasul Douglas, cornerback The team’s third-round draft pick, Douglas is competing with

Chris Long, defensive end

Long won a Super Bowl in New England last season, so he brings an intangible that few in the locker room (safety Malcolm Jenkins, special teamer Chris Maragos) understand. That means something. It’s also helpful that Long shows he has some gas left in his tank. Once one of the best defensive ends in the league, Long is now best suited as a situational defensive end. He will give a ton of effort every time he’s on the field.

Nick Foles, quarterback Foles is back, this time as the No. 2 quarterback behind Carson Wentz. At the very least, Foles is a huge upgrade over Chase Daniel. Hopefully, we never see Foles play, unless he gets some mop-up duty.

Mack Hollins, wide receiver Donnel Pumphrey, running back The two fourth-round draft picks should find some time, at the very least, on special teams. Hollins is a demon in coverage. Pumphrey, all 175 pounds of him, is going to touch the ball a lot in the preseason games. Enjoy the show. He’s small, but, oh boy, the kid can fly.

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