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Four Eagles ready to go
by Chris Cwik |

Eagles TE Zach Ertz, DT Bennie Logan, DT Damion Square and WR Jeff Maehl are probable Week 14 against the Lions.

Ertz has been limited by a shoulder injury, but practiced in full all week. Logan, Square and Maehl were all able to participate in full practice Friday. 

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Jeff Maehl catches one pass Week 9
by Chris Cwik |

Eagles wide receiver Jeff Maehl caught one pass against the Raiders Week 9.

Maehl caught his only target of the game, picking up 19 yards. He joined Bryce Brown as the only other Eagles receiver to catch a pass, but not get into the end zone. 

Maehl will face the Packers Week 10.

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Jeff Maehl makes third reception of season
by Jeff Lippman |

Eagles wide receiver Jeff Maehl caught his third pass of the season on Sunday during the Week 6 win at Tampa Bay. Maehl, targeted just once in the game, caught the one pass for 5 yards. He has not scored this year. The Eagles play at home against Dallas Week 7. 

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Jeff Maehl tallies lone receiving touchdown for Eagles
by Marty Gitlin |

Jeff Maehl was the most productive receiver for the Eagles on Sunday. That speaks volumes about the kind of day they had.

Maehl caught two passes for 43 yards and scored the lone receiving touchdown for Philadelphia in a 52-20 shellacking in Denver. His 6-yard touchdown rom backup quarterback Nick Foles ended the scoring with just under five minutes remaining in the game.

The Week 5 game in Dallas will go a long way in determining if Maehl will be seeing the field more often in the near future.

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Blocking key for Eagles' receivers in 2013
by Michael Hurcomb |

Eagles receiver Jeff Maehl believes the team's wide receivers can have a successful season despite the absence of Jeremy Maclin, who suffered a season-ending knee injury. Maehl, who is buried on the depth chart, played for coach Chip Kelly at Oregon.

"It's a hard-nosed group. Obviously, we've got DeSean [Jackson], who can take the top off of man coverage, make a big play at any time. After that, we're not a bunch of blazers, but we're guys who can make plays, and we're going to be physical on the perimeter, blocking, which is really important in this offense," Maehl said, per the Philadelphia Daily News.

Maehl said blocking from the receivers will be key in Kelly's offense.

"We run the ball so effectively, all the bubble screens we can run, and stuff like that, you gotta be able to be physical out there, keep your guy locked down so you can make big plays," he said.

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