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Juqua Parker

Juqua Parker - #95 - DE

Status Inactive
Height/Weight 6' 2"/ 250 lbs.
Birthday 05/15/1978
Birthplace Houston, TX
College Oklahoma State
Years played 13

2011 free-agent tracker, by position

Posted Sept. 07, 2011 @ 9:31 p.m. ET
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Posted Oct. 02, 2011
Parker remains inactive for the Eagles.||||||| Parker is out with a high ankle sprain for Philadelphia.
Posted Nov. 28, 2010
Parker remains out with a hip flexor strain.||||||| With Parker out, Brandon Graham starts at left defensive end.
Posted Nov. 19, 2010
Parker has returned to practice and is likely to play Sunday night when the Eagles host the Giants for first place in the NFC East.||||||| This week will mark his 96th straight game, the third-longest active streak among defensive linemen. He's never missed a game since signing with the Eagles as a free agent in the summer of 2005.
Posted Aug. 11, 2009
Parker waived his preliminary hearing Tuesday for a marijuana possession charge. No court date has been set.||||||| Parker is charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana stemming from a traffic stop early on Aug. 5 near the team's training camp at Lehigh University. He was riding in a van driven by offensive lineman Todd Herremans when the vehicle was pulled over. Police say Parker admitted the marijuana belonged to him. He played four seasons with Tennessee before joining the Eagles in 2005. He was a full-time starter last year for the first time in his career.
Posted Aug. 05, 2009
Parker was arrested early Wednesday on a marijuana possession charge in northeast Pennsylvania. Lower Saucon Township police say the Parker was a passenger in a vehicle stopped for a traffic violation at 12:33 a.m. near the Eagles training camp at Lehigh University.||||||| Parker was found to be in possession of "a small amount of marijuana" and was taken to Northampton County Prison, police said. Parker was released after posting $1,000 bail later Wednesday morning, a prison official said. Eagles coach Andy Reid said he was aware of the incident, and that his team's curfew was 1 a.m.