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Paul Domowitch

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Paul has spent most of his 31 years at the paper covering the Eagles and pro football. For the last 13 years, he’s been a selector for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. A native of Wilkes-Barre and a graduate of Wilkes University, Domo came to the Daily News from the Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram, where he covered some god-awful Texas Ranger baseball teams. His first beat at the Daily News actually was boxing, which he covered just long enough to lose two sports coats to blood spatter before moving on to football. Domo and his wife Shelley, a University of Oklahoma grad and very dangerous to be around following a Sooner loss, have been married 33 years and have raised 2 terrific daughters – Allison, a lawyer and Penn State alum; and Amy, who graduated from Clemson and works for a professional baseball team.

12/30/2013
Paul Domowitch: LeSean McCoy won his first rushing title, but more importantly, his team is going to the playoffs.
 
WATCH: Eagles set for DeSean, Redskins
 
POLL: How will DeSean fare against the Eagles?
 
Kempski's Corner: Three concerns from win over Colts
12/23/2013
Paul Domowitch: Trent Cole has been an old dog who learned new trick.
 
WATCH: Eagles set for DeSean, Redskins
 
POLL: How will DeSean fare against the Eagles?
 
Kempski's Corner: Three concerns from win over Colts
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