A. J. Feeley
American football player
A. J. Feeley
Adam Joshua Feeley is an American football quarterback who is a free agent in the National Football League. He was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the fifth round of the 2001 NFL Draft. He played college football for the University of Oregon. He has also been a member of the Miami Dolphins, San Diego Chargers, and Carolina Panthers.
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NFL quarterback AJ Feeley saw Tom Brady using illegal footballs in 2004
Daily Mail (UK) - almost 2 years
Former NFL quarterback A.J. Feeley claims he saw Tom Brady using deflated balls in 2004, two years before players were allow to break-in their balls prior to a game.
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Daily Mail (UK) article
A.J. Feeley: Tom Brady, Patriots broke game-ball rules back in 2004
LATimes - almost 2 years
Long before Deflategate, Tom Brady was never shy about making it known that he likes his footballs a certain way. That's why he and Peyton Manning lobbied the league to allow visiting teams to bring their own game balls, a rule that became official after the 2006 season.
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Turn And Face The Strange: What We've Learned About The New Philadelphia Eagles
Bleeding Green Nation - over 3 years
These may not be the Eagles you know, but they could become the Eagles you love. There was a lot to take from the Eagles opening night performance – most of it good, some of it bad, with the jury still out on some other things. Here’s some stuff we learned: Runs! Runs! Runs! (Or: can Chip Kelly manage the Phillies too?) As LeSean McCoy emerged as one of the top runners in the NFL, it was hard not to feel bad for the guy for being stuck in Andy Reid’s pass first, pass second, pass third, punt fourth offense. Reid calling the plays for a runner of McCoy’s caliber felt like a guy who never learned to drive owning a Mercedes Benz – going from Reid to Chip Kelly is like that Benz being sold to Michael Schumacher. McCoy carried the ball 31 times on Monday night; this in and of itself is not a huge surprise – the Eagles were expected to run early and often and lived up to the billing by going with the ground game over 60 percent of the time, the large lead they hel ...
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Eric Marmon: Philadelphia Eagles and Andy Reid: A Wordy Eulogy for a Lengthy Era
Huffington Post Sports - about 4 years
The Philadelphia Eagles 2012 season has officially ended, and with it ends the Era of Head Coach Andy Reid. For those masochists scoring at home, the final tally for the former Green Bay Packers assistant reads as such; Fourteen seasons, 10 playoff victories, six NFC East titles, five NFC championship game appearances, three Coach of the Year awards, and an NFC Championship. Oh, and zero Super Bowl victories, for all those who decided 2013 would be the perfect time to start getting into Philadelphia Football. It is a bummer of a story, the demise of Andrew Walter Reid. Highly successful for the first half of his head coaching career, Reid's windows of opportunity (and yes, there were many) have finally closed. And yet, as we sit here fourteen years after he was introduced as the NFLs youngest head honcho, the people of Philadelphia appear to be prioritizing feelings of relief above those of sadness. Yes, the masses in the 2-1-5 want him gone. Desperately, in fact. The ...
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GM Tom Heckert says team 'pretty set' at quarterback spot: Cleveland Browns Insider
Cleveland - over 4 years
Browns have no current plans to trade Colt McCoy and are not pursuing former Eagles and Rams QB A.J. Feeley.
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Eric Marmon: Andy Reid and the Eagles Have Bigger Issue Than Michael Vick's Health
Huffington Post Sports - over 4 years
The talk following the Philadelphia Eagles second preseason game surrounded the health of quarterback Michael Vick. The former felon was once again knocked out of the contest, this time with a rib injury, and he now competes with ex-teammate Kevin Kolb for the NFLs Most Injury-Prone Quarterback Trophy (i.e the Chad Pennington Award). Vick's fragility is the center of sports conversation in the City of Brotherly Love, and not just because of the rapid speed at which the Phillies Window of Opportunity snapped shut. In the minds of many Eagles fans, Vick's inability to stay on the field is the only obstacle between them and that unbelievably elusive Lombardi trophy. While a serious injury to Vick wouldn't be a good thing, it wouldn't ensure certain disaster, either. Rookie Nick Foles has looked beyond serviceable in both preseason games, and Andy Reid has proven time and time again he can win with back-up quarterbacks. Just ask Koy Detmer. Or A.J. Feeley. Or Kevin Kolb ...
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3. Heather Mitts & A.J. Feeley
Yahoo News - over 4 years
Photo by: SportsIllustrated.com 3. Heather Mitts & A.J. Feeley One gorgeous athlete attracts another gorgeous athlete and they live happily ever after? That seems to be how it worked for Olympic soccer player, Heather Mitts and her husband, NFL St. Louis Rams quarterback A.J. Feeley, who were married in 2010. In 2004, she was voted ESPN's Hottest Female Athlete, and a year later, she appeared in Sports Illustrated 's Swimsuit Edition. She's a two-time Olympic gold medalist and played four matches in the 2011 World Cup. Also Read: Watch Out For Royal Couple Will & Kate At The Olympics!
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An objective way to rank Reid's draft performance
Bleeding Green Nation - almost 5 years
It's easy to identify specific draft picks that have worked out especially well or poorly for the Eagles, but it's harder to compare their performance with other teams. To provide one perspective for such comparisons, I developed an objective basis for evaluating draft performance. The evaluations are mainly based on a ratio of return-per-investment, which equals the total career value of all players that a team drafted, divided by the total quality/quantity of draft picks that the team used to get those players. Based on that ratio: The Eagles are ranked 13th in overall draft performance during the Andy Reid era (Table 1). Although that ranking is respectable, Reid's winning percentage is ranked even higher (5th), which suggests that other factors are more responsible for his success on the field. What other factors do you think are most important? Some seemingly disappointing players are actually ranked near the league-wide average, which indicates that subjectiv ...
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Ballina issue a reminder - Mayo News
Google News - over 5 years
B English; B Fahy, V Walsh, J Broderick; D Griffith, A Feeley, P Ring; B Gallagher, L Feeley (0-2); Shane Prendergast (0-1), Seán Prendergast, R Quirke; J Shaughnessy (0-2, 1f), G Brady, D Feeley. Subs used: D Egan for Walsh; C Griffith for Brady;
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Una sorpresa gigante - El Tiempo.com.ve
Google News - over 5 years
Battle, tras un tímido inicio al ceder libertades a Feeley, dio par de tapones en la misma posesión al bloquear la penetración de Randy Vásquez y rechazar el remate de José Bravo. Esa fue su presentación. Cuatro tantos de Vásquez marcaron diferencia y
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Holt to Build Largest Rooftop Solar Power Plant in North America at Gloucester ... - DigitalJournal.com (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
For Riverside Renewable Energy LLC: Kevin A. Feeley, +1-215-893-4285; kfeeley@bellevuepr.com, or Andy Gotlieb +1-215-893-4299; agotlieb@bellevuepr.com, both of BELLEVUE COMMUNICATIONS GROUP; For Rabobank International: Lynne Burns, +1-212-808-2581,
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Claremorris get off to a solid start - Mayo News
Google News - over 5 years
A McCallig; J Broderick, P Navin, B Fahy; P Ring, A Feeley, D Griffith; B Gallagher (0-1), Shane Prendergast; L Feeley (0-1), C Griffith (0-1), Seán Prendergast (0-2,1f); D Feeley, G Brady (0-4,1f), J Hutton. Subs used: J Shaughnessy (0-1) for D Feeley
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Cocodrilos exigido a fondo - El Universal (Venezuela)
Google News - over 5 years
Pero fallamos dos tiros libres claves y el bloqueo que le dieron a Feeley fueron determinante para la derrota. En la prórroga los jugadores de Cocodrilos lograron tiros con espacio y tiempo suficiente", aseveró Carl Herrera Allen, técnico de Gigantes
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Gigantes clasificó sexto y se enfrentará a Cocodrilos - Nueva Prensa de Guayana (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Sin embargo, no pudieron continuar así y poco a poco fueron perdiendo terreno en la ofensiva y en la defensiva con un Lauderdale que no dejó ni respirar a Feeley ni Patiño, que se vieron pequeños ante el gigante de 2 metros 12 centímetros
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Experts create first legal roadmap to tackle ocean acidification 'hotspots' - environmentalresearchweb
Google News - over 5 years
Other co-authors of the report are William S. Fisher, US EPA; Richard A. Feeley, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; Benjamin S. Halpern, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis; and George G. Waldbusser, Oregon State
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Elvis Báez y Blake Walker liquidaron a Bucaneros - Correo del Caroní (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
... importantes balones recuperados por Báez, Walker y Derwin Ramírez, aportes ofensivos debajo de los tableros del capitán José Bravo, y varias jugadas de feria protagonizadas por Paul Stoll habilitando a Feeley ya Walker, para liquidar a Bucaneros
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AREA DEATHS - Delmarva Now
Google News - almost 6 years
She is survived by her son, Stephen A. Feeley of Egan, Minn.; a daughter, Roberta M. Knepp of Ocean View; three grandchildren, Christopher J. Knepp, Shannan M. Johnson and Kerry E. Topper; and four great-grandchildren, Jacob T. Knepp, Hailey M. Knepp,
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El gigante de las piernas de alambre - Paperblog
Google News - almost 6 years
Mackey estaba interesado en Bol, pero se echó para atrás en su idea de ofrecerle el cargo de asistente a Feeley quien, sintiéndose engañado, cambió de estrategia y empezó a buscar otro destino para el sudanés. Cinco días antes del draft de 1983,
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of A. J. Feeley
    THIRTIES
  • 2014
    Age 36
    On January 30, 2014, the couple gave birth to a baby boy, Connor William Feeley.
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  • 2010
    Age 32
    In 2010, Feeley married U.S. women's international soccer player Heather Mitts in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
    More Details Hide Details They currently reside in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
    On March 5, 2010, Feeley agreed to a two-year contract with the St. Louis Rams.
    More Details Hide Details Although he was in competition for the starting job, #1 pick Sam Bradford won the starting job in the preseason. During the 2011 Regular Season, Feeley replaced an injured Bradford for three games and he led the Rams to a stunning upset of the New Orleans Saints on October 30. It was the first win of the season for St. Louis which entered the game with a 0-and-6 record.
  • 2009
    Age 31
    Feeley drew interest from the Packers and Patriots, but signed with the Carolina Panthers on September 15, 2009.
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    He was released by the Eagles on September 6, 2009, to make room for Michael Vick.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2007
    Age 29
    With Garcia and Feeley both becoming free agents at the end of the season, Feeley signed a three-year contract extension with the Eagles on February 25, 2007.
    More Details Hide Details Despite Garcia's success from the previous season, the Eagles viewed Feeley as a better long-term backup because of his age, familiarity of the system, and fit in the locker room. Starting in place of an injured Donovan McNabb on November 25, Feeley threw for 345 yards and three touchdowns with three interceptions in a 31-28 game loss to the then-undefeated New England Patriots. The 10-0 Patriots had beaten opponents by an average of 25 points, and the Eagles entered the game as the largest underdogs in NFL history. On December 2, Feeley played again for the injured McNabb. He threw four interceptions, three of those to Lofa Tatupu in a 28-24 loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
  • 2006
    Age 28
    When McNabb was injured for the season on November 18, 2006, there was speculation that the more youthful Feeley might be named as the new starting quarterback, but head coach Andy Reid went with Jeff Garcia, who led the Eagles to a late-season turnaround and division title.
    More Details Hide Details Feeley did play most of the Eagles' regular season finale against the Atlanta Falcons, leading the team to victory with 321 passing yards and three touchdown passes, preventing the Falcons from securing a wild card berth.
    Feeley was signed by the Philadelphia Eagles on August 30, 2006 shortly after being released by the Chargers.
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  • 2005
    Age 27
    Feeley was traded to the San Diego Chargers midway through the 2005 season in exchange for Cleo Lemon.
    More Details Hide Details As the third-string quarterback behind Drew Brees and Philip Rivers, he did not play the entire season.
  • 2004
    Age 26
    Though two of those wins came against the lowly Browns and 49ers, on December 20, 2004, Feeley's 2-11 Dolphins upset the 12-1 Patriots on Monday Night Football, in a game that has become known as "The Night That Courage Wore Orange."
    More Details Hide Details With the Dolphins trailing by 11 with just 3:59 to play, Feeley guided the team to two late scores, including a game-winning touchdown to Derrius Thompson to upset the defending Super Bowl champions. The game was significant, as the 14-2 Patriots would miss out on homefield advantage throughout the playoffs against the 15-1 Steelers. It was also the last time the Patriots would lose that season, en route to another Super Bowl championship. Due to his strong play to end the season, Feeley was named the starting quarterback going into the season by new coach Nick Saban. However, Gus Frerotte was instead named the starter.
    Feeley was traded to the Miami Dolphins in March 2004 in exchange for Miami's 2005 second round pick (used by Philadelphia to select wide receiver Reggie Brown).
    More Details Hide Details Feeley was set to compete for the Dolphins' starting quarterback job with Jay Fiedler, however he and Fiedler traded starts throughout the season. The Dolphins season was considered a disaster. Their star running back Ricky Williams retired prior to the season after a failed drug test, and head coach Dave Wannstedt resigned from the team following a 1-9 start. Feeley would under-perform as well; in 11 games, Feeley threw 11 touchdowns against 15 interceptions, for a 61.7 quarterback rating. Feeley would help produce a few bright spots on the year. Following the 1-9 start to enter their bye week, Feeley was given the start in the next six games, going 3-3 (the Dolphins would finish 4-12) and showing signs of improvement as a starter.
  • 2003
    Age 25
    With McNabb playing the entire 2003 season injury-free, Feeley was not called upon and did not take a single snap during the season.
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  • 2001
    Age 23
    Feeley was taken in the fifth round (155th overall) of the 2001 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles.
    More Details Hide Details He spent his rookie year in Philadelphia as a third-stringer, backing up Donovan McNabb and Koy Detmer. In the season finale of his rookie season, Feeley came off the bench in the fourth quarter and threw two touchdown passes in a 26-second span to bring Philadelphia back from a 13-3 deficit, and win the game 17-13. The following season, the 8-3 Eagles called on Feeley to preserve the team's Super Bowl aspirations, after McNabb and Detmer went down with injuries that would keep them out of action until the playoffs. Feeley surprisingly helped lead the Eagles to four straight wins, and secured the number one seed in the playoffs.
    He was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the fifth round of the 2001 NFL Draft.
    More Details Hide Details He played college football for the University of Oregon. He was also a member of the Miami Dolphins, San Diego Chargers, and Carolina Panthers. Feeley played high school football at Ontario High School as a quarterback in Ontario, Oregon. In four years, he passed for 5,428 yards and 59 touchdowns. In addition to football, he also played baseball and basketball. He opted, however, to play college football for the Oregon Ducks. Feeley was a four-year letterman at Oregon, and saw most of his playing time in his sophomore and junior years. He was a nominee for the Davey O'Brien Award as a junior, throwing for 1,951 yards and 14 touchdowns before being sidelined with an elbow injury. However, most of his senior year he was a backup to starter Joey Harrington, who was drafted by the Detroit Lions.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1977
    Born
    Born on May 16, 1977.
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