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Eagles Notebook: Brown Delivers

The following notes were compiled by the Eagles media relations department following the Eagles' 30-22 loss to the Carolina Panthers.

Brown Delivers: RB Bryce Brown made his first start since 10/31/08 at Wichita East High School in Kansas and set an Eagles rookie record with 178 rushing yards. It was also the seventh-highest total in team history ... Brown also scored his first two rushing touchdowns and is the first Eagles rookie to score twice in a game since Ryan Moats on 12/11/05 vs. NYG ... Brown's 65-yard touchdown was the seventh-longest rushing score by an Eagles rookie and the longest by an Eagle since LeSean McCoy's 66-yarder on 11/1/09 vs. NYG ... Brown's 19 carries were his highest total since his final high school game (10/31/08) ... According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Brown's 129 first-half yards were the most by a player in his first start since Kansas City's Derrick Blaylock racked up 131 in the first half on 11/14/04 vs. NO.

Oh Henery: K Alex Henery has made 19 consecutive field goals, setting a team record and marking the second-longest current streak behind Cleveland's Phil Dawson (27) ... Henery has connected on 20-21 attempts this season (95.2%), which is on pace to break his own team record of 88.9% set last season ... Since entering the NFL in 2011, Henery is 44-48 (91.7), which makes him the second-most accurate kicker in the NFL during that span, behind only Josh Scobee (42-45, 93.3%).

Offensive Quick Hits: WR DeSean Jackson's 274 career receptions are the most ever by an Eagle in his first five seasons and WR Jeremy Maclin's 230 are the most by an Eagle in his first four.

Defensive Nuggets: DT Mike Patterson posted his first sack of the season ... LB DeMeco Ryans has registered 14 tackles for a loss this season, which is the highest total by an Eagle since the team's coaches started keeping track of the stat in 1999 ... DE Jason Babin has a sack in three of the last four games ... The Eagles are the only team in the NFL that has not allowed a 100-yard rusher this season.

Birdseed: The Eagles started seven first-year players, marking their first time doing so since the season finale in 2010 ... Bryce Brown became the ninth Eagle to make his first-career start this season and the ninth first-year player to start for the team  ... DE Vinny Curry made his NFL debut ... DE Darryl Tapp played in his 100th NFL game.

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