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Lovato Wants to Create his Own Legacy
Lovato Wants to Create his Own Legacy
PHILADELPHIA (973espn.com) - The popular thing isn't always the right thing. That, more than anything, describes why long snapper Jon Dorenbos is no longer a member of the Philadelphia Eagles. From Howie Roseman's standpoint, the Eagles got 13 years younger at the position, saved a little ($825,000) in salary-cap space and got a future asset, a seventh-round pick in 2019, for a guy who wouldn't ha
Eagles Ship Dorenbos to Saints
Eagles Ship Dorenbos to Saints
PHILADELPHIA (973espn.com) - America's most famous long snapper is no longer a member of the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles traded the popular Jon Dorenbos to the New Orleans Saints on Monday for a 2019 seventh-round draft pick. The move means Rick Lovato, who filled the role last season when Dorenbos went down with an injury will be Philadelphia's full-time long snapper...
After Losing Two in One Game, Eagles Are Fighting For Long Snappers
After Losing Two in One Game, Eagles Are Fighting For Long Snappers
PHILADELPHIA (973espn.com) - There are a lot of small things in life that you don't notice until they're gone. In the NFL that thesis is defined by the most unheralded man on any roster, the long snapper. In Philadelphia, it's a more high-profile position than in other cities because of Jon Dorenbos, the 36-year-old veteran who wowed much of the country last year with his performance as a magician
Eagles Place Three on IR
Eagles Place Three on IR
PHILADELPHIA (973espn.com) - Sunday’s loss to Washington proved costly in more ways than one for the Philadelphia Eagles, who ended the seasons of three players injured against the Redskins. The Eagles officially placed long snapper Jon Dorenbos (wrist surgery), as well as rookie running back Wendell Smallwood (knee) and offensive lineman Matt Tobin (knee) on injured reserve Monday night... Read M
Dorenbos Done for the Season
Dorenbos Done for the Season
PHILADELPHIA (973espn.com) - Eagles long snapper Jon Dorenbos is done for the season after undergoing surgery for a wrist injury that knocked him out of Sunday’s loss to Washington. The veteran, who tied receiver Harold Carmichael for the franchise record of playing in 162 straight games against the Redskins, will be placed on injured reserve this week...

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