Linval Joseph: Eagles gave me a chance, I want to show the world I’ve still got it

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The Eagles added a pair of veteran defensive tackles to their roster last week and both Linval Joseph and Ndamukong Suh had a hand in Sunday’s 17-16 win over the Colts.

The two players split a sack of Colts quarterback Matt Ryan and combined to make seven tackles in their first game action for any team during the 2022 season. After the game, Joseph, who turned 34 last month, said that he felt he “did my job” despite having limited practice time with the team and that he hopes to use the rest of the season as a chance to show the league that he still has a lot left in the tank.

“I’ve been telling people: Age is just a number,” Joseph said, via Mike Sielski of the Philadelphia Inquirer. “Coming off the couch, two surgeries, nobody wanted to give me a chance. They gave me a chance, and I want to go out there and show the world I’ve still got it — doesn’t matter how old I am.”

The Eagles needed all the help they could find in order to outlast the Colts on Sunday and the two new arrivals should get plenty of other chances to show what they can do in the weeks to come.

8 responses to “Linval Joseph: Eagles gave me a chance, I want to show the world I’ve still got it

  1. Ummm barley beat a colts team that had to help them out ? lol … guess they better get on the phone and buy some more players .

  2. I wish the Vikings had re-signed him to shore up their D-line against the run. He would have been a great help against Dallas. The Cowboys gashed them all day.

  3. Minnesota has the vaunted 3-4 defense; they can stop anybody.
    Anybody that doesn’t have a running game.

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