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Michael Lombardi thinks Chud could be in running for Eagles HC job.

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Im sorry, I cannot find the link for the life of me but It was on a clip on NFL network and Lombardi thinks Chud could be a sleeper for the HC gig in Philly. If any team hires this idiot as a HC..

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Im sorry, I cannot find the link for the life of me but It was on a clip on NFL network and Lombardi thinks Chud could be a sleeper for the HC gig in Philly. If any team hires this idiot as a HC..post-13191-0-15160900-1354675131_thumb.j

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Please please let this happen. I will laugh so hard.

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I will help him pack.

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How do you do that? Its just frozen when I do it and smaller image

I just posted the url in the img box

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Good. Get him the fug outta here

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