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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Philadelphia Eagles have been shopping cornerback Asante Samuel around the league, before next week’s NFL draft.

Samuel only allowed 10.2 yards per  catch, a quarterback rating of 52.4, and surrendered only 296 yards, per ProFootballFocus.com.  It’s clear he still has plenty of goof football left in him.

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