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A sign in front his restaurant, just a couple of Jay Feely kickoffs from the practice field, bears the section (137) and row (7) of his season tickets and a plane pulling a "Doug's Fish Fry" banner helps draw business.
For Phillips, though, covering punts and kickoffs is not the ticket to the NFL.
"But in kickoffs you could see that he wasn't getting the ball as deep as he normally does."
Obama's low-dollar donor "kickoffs" in major cities, and his requiring email to attend rallies.
Technology Hybrids and 2008 Ruffini, Patrick 2007
Justin Miller (kickoffs) and Higgins (punts) are as dangerous as any NFL returner tandem.
Mare, 36, was also an unheralded weapon on kickoffs, ranking among league leaders with 22 touchbacks and kickoff distance (67.9 yards).
Sophomore tailback Perry Jones and fifth-year senior tailback Raynard Horne line up deep to return the kickoffs.
No shortage of running backs on Virginia's kickoff return unit Steve Yanda 2010
Noteworthy: Saints special teamer Courtney Roby returned three kickoffs, made a tackle and downed a punt in the period.
The NFL's crackdown would not apply to that hit, but the league has enacted other measures in recent years to try to make kickoffs safer.
On kickoffs and punts, if the coverage teams are able to stop the Eagles deep in their territory, it will go a long way in the battle for field position.
Redskins-Eagles keys to the game: Special teams LaVar Arrington 2010