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Last night Howard Eskin reported that the Eagles will soon be signing a deal to make Seattle’s Gus Bradley Head Coach. In what we should clearly be excited about, the new Gang Green Defense! Bradley helped lead Seattle to the playoffs with the number four ranked defense and number one scoring defense.
A huge departure from the offense first under Andy Reid, Jeff Lurie said that the organization needed to go in a different direction. Defense wins games and if the signing goes through, Gang Green Eagles will soon be taking the field.Similar Posts:
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