Kevin Noonan

Kevin Noonan

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Kevin Noonan covered the Philadelphia Eagles for 25 years for the Wilmington (Del.) News Journal, including their run to the Super Bowl in 2004. In that time he covered six coaches -- Dick Vermeil, Marion Campbell, Buddy Ryan, Rich Kotite, Ray Rhodes and Andy Reid -- and more players than he can count. He also covered the Philadelphia 76ers during the Jukius Erving era and as the News Journal's sports columnist. He lives in Arden, Delaware, with his wife, Suzi, and has two grown children, Meggie (24) and Tim (21).

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  • Bob Cunningham posted 2025 days ago

    Bob Cunningham

    Weekly wrap-up for the Eagles: What to do about Westbrook and is Asante Samuel becoming the leader for the Eagles' D?

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/193163-eagles-weekly-wrap-up-what-to-do-about-westbrook-asante-a-leader

  • Bob Cunningham posted 2028 days ago

    Bob Cunningham

    BREAKING NEWS: Eagles and McNabb talking contract.

    Exciting, huh?

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/191087-donovan-mcnabb-and-the-eagles-talking-contract-extension

  • Dan Parzych posted 2030 days ago

    Dan Parzych

    Cody,

    I'm trying to help a fellow Eagles' writer get his name out more. I thought I would shoot his article on some of your bulletins b/c he's only been writing for a few weeks and looks like he's been on here for months. If you got time, check his latest article out and give him some feedback. Thanks.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/189445-looking-forward-at-a-post-mcnabb-era-is-kevin-kolb-the-answer

    Dan

  • JW Nix posted 2032 days ago

    JW Nix

    you may like this

    it is a look at a long time coach still doing his thing

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/187188-this-bugel-sounds-beautiful

  • Cody Swartz posted 2032 days ago

    Cody Swartz

    Last one for the CBS competition...

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/187963-recapping-the-2008-philadelphia-eagles-season-in-just-five-plays