Found December 21, 2012 on Philly Sports Muse:
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New Philadelphia Eagles tight end Evan Moore The Philadelphia Eagles filled the roster spot left vacant by Clay Harbor’s trip to IR by signing tight end Evan Moore on Thursday. Moore (6-6, 250) was with the Seattle Seahawks for most of the 2012 season, playing in 14 days before being released on December 19 after an unimpressive season–Moore had just 1 catch for 6 yards this year. Prior to that, Moore spend 4 years with the Cleveland Browns (2009-2011), where he set career highs in catches (34), yards (324) and touchdowns (4) with the Browns in 2011. In total over his career in the NFL, he has played in 47 games and made nine starts, recording 63 receptions for 810 yards and five touchdowns. In coming to Philadelphia, Moore reunites with one of his Stanford University teammates, quarterback Trent Edwards. Moore entered the NFL in 2008 as a rookie free agent signed to the New Orleans Saints. He spent training camp and preseason with the Green Bay Packers before suffering a knee injur...
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