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Eagles Duce Staley
PHI981212303- 13 DECEMBER 1998 - PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, USA: Eagles Duce Staley (#22) avoids the grasp of Cardinals Tommy Bennett (#28) as he gains a first down during fourth quarter Philadelphia Eagles-Arizona Cardinals NFL football action at Veterans Stadium December 13, 1998 . UPI jca/John C. Anderson
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Duce Staley (born February 27, 1975 in Lexington, South Carolina) is a former American football running back in the National Football League best known for his tenure with the Philadelphia Eagles. He works as a sideline reporter for football radio broadcasts of the University of South Carolina on the Gamecock Sports Radio Network. Staley also hosts a daily sports talk program called "The Halftime Show" from 1 to 4 PM on 107.5 the Game, WNKT FM, in Columbia, South Carolina.

Staley attended Airport High School in West Columbia, South Carolina and was an All-State wide receiver, as he did not play running back until college.

As a senior at the University of South Carolina in 1996, Staley was ranked 13th in the nation in rushing with 1,116 rushing yards. In his South Carolina years, he attempted 345 rushes for 1,582 yards (4.58 per average). He also caught 59 passes for 489 yards and two touchdowns.

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