Month: November 2016

VIDEO: Rodney McLeod Supports Lifesaving Cancer Research

In the spirit of the holidays, please join Philadelphia Eagles safety Rodney McLeod in supporting the American Association for Cancer Research with a donation to advance innovative research to prevent and cure cancer

VIDEO: Rodney McLeod Food Give in WIlmington

Rodney McLeod spent his off-day with Food Lion to giveaway food to this in need for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Almost 200 people braved cold temperatures to get the free items as part of a Food Lion Feeds distribution in the store’s parking lot. Food Lion partnered with the Philadelphia Eagles Cornerback and the Food Bank of Delaware to execute the event. Contact Benny L Smith at for more information.

Auction: Win These Game Worn Cleats and Gloves and Support Cancer Research

This is your opportunity to pick-up some one of a kind memorabilia and support a great cause. Team McLeod is auctioning his autographed pink Cancer Awareness game worn cleats and gloves and are donating 100% of the proceeds to The American Association for Cancer Research. Bidding starts tomorrow, Wednesday, November 9th and Ends Monday, November 14th. Please send all bids to This is a private Auction and the winner will be contacted via email. Bidding starts at $250



The Giants (5-3) won their third straight game, holding off the Eagles (4-4 after a 3-0 start) after Manning was intercepted with less than two minutes to go.

Two of Manning’s touchdowns went to Odell Beckham Jr., with the others to Roger Lewis Jr. and Sterling Shepard.
It was a game marked by big plays on offense – six of more than 30 yards in the first half alone- and defense (four interceptions) and special teams (Jason Pierre-Paul’s block of a field goal, Darren Sproles’ 66-yard punt return). Most of
Sunday, it was a mismatch of Manning and his receiving corps against a sieve of an Eagles secondary. New York picked on every Philly defensive back, with the biggest Leodis McKelvin, no matter who he tried to cover.
Less than two minutes in, Landon Collins made his third interception in the last two games; he had one pick as a rookie last year. Manning found Beckham on a slant after McKelvin failed to bump him at the line, and Beckham surged into the end zone for a 26-yard score.

Andrew Adams, a rookie safety from UConn, had no interceptions in his previous five games. He sure knew what to do with the ball after hauling in Carson Wentz’s high pass moments later, returning it 19 yards. Manning hit Lewis three plays later after McKelvin and Jaylen Watkins collided and it was 14-0.

Manning’s third TD throw came on a 1-yard jump ball to Beckham over McKelvin to make it 21-10.
Wentz looked like a rookie from an FCS school in the first half, often appearing befuddled by coverages. Twice, the Eagles failed on short fourth downs while in field goal range.

But he came out of halftime a different player, quickly guiding the Eagles 70 yards to Kenjon Barner’s 3-yard TD run.
Manning, though, was just as precise and decisive on the ensuing drive, capped by his fourth TD throw, 32 yards to rookie Shepard. That gave Manning his first four-TD game since Game 14 last season.
Wentz remained much sharper in the second half, leading the Eagles to two field goals by Caleb Sturgis. But Philly went 3 for 15 on third downs, 1 for 4 on fourth downs.

Copyright 2016 by The Associated Press

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