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Eagles keep the signings coming with Chung, Phillips

Eagles keep the signings coming with Chung, Phillips

profootballtalk.com Updated Mar 12, 2013
The Eagles might not catch the Dolphins today in terms of dollars spent, but they are signing in bulk. The team announced the signing of former Patriots safety Patrick Chung, reuniting him with his college coach from Oregon, new Eagles boss Chip Kelly. …
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