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Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly made an interesting choice to possbily help at the offensive tackle position, signing the huge 6-foot-8, 335-pound Michael Bamiro on Tuesday, reports Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com.
Bamiro, the All-American out of tiny Stoney Brook College, couldn't enter the 2013 draft, or the supplemental one for that matter due to some confusion about the rules of his college eligibility, so he had to wait it out.
While waiting, a reported 22 teams were showing interest (via Fox Sports' Mike Garafolo), having sent reps to his pro day before the draft. The Miami Dolphins were especially keen on him, and they likely would have signed him if Philly didn't.
Per Rosenthal: Bamiro is a long shot to develop into a star, but reportedly he has a lot of raw skills to work with. The team's No. 4 overall draft pick, Lane Johnson, didn't start playing offensive line until 2011, so Kelly isn't afraid to take a chance on a talented player.
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The Philadelphia Eagles have signed OT Michael Bamiro to a contract and will compete for a roster spot in training camp. Bamiro, who was ruled ineligible for his senior season stands at 6′ 8″ and 338 pounds.
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DeSean Jackson of the Philadelphia Eagles has finally released his not so much anticipated music video featuring a certain Snoop Dogg, and it is exactly how you would expect it to be. Lots of smoke, ladies, and expensive cars. The track is not surprisingly called “Diamonds on my Neck.”
Here are the possible in-depth lyrics from DeSean’s verse courtesy of Barstool:
OT Michael Bamiro. Image via PhiladelphiaEagles.com
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