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The Eagles signed DE Everette Brown and CB Trevard Lindley each to a two-year contract, the team announced Wednesday.
Brown, a second-round pick by the Panthers in 2009, has played in 31 career games. he has 49 tackles, six sacks, three forced fumbles and one interception.
Lindley played in 11 games for Philly in 2010 and had 21 tackles and one interception.
Source: ProFootball Weekly
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The Eagles front office is hitting the road in search of their next head coach, and Atlanta is stop number one.
Mike Nolan, Atlanta’s defensive coordinator is the just one of many names the Eagles top executives are looking at.
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Oregon Ducks head coach Chip Kelly is about to coach arguably the biggest game of his life - the Fiesta Bowl.
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"I have no idea what the future holds, but I know...
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The Philadelphia Eagles have put together a list of coaching
targets to replace the recently fired Andy Reid, and their search will
apparently begin with Atlanta Falcons defensive coordinator and former San
Francisco 49ers coach Mike Nolan, reports Jay Glazer of FOX Sports.
Eagles have asked permission to interview Falcons DC Mike Nolan, plan to interview him Friday
— Jay Glazer...
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