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Eagles to Sign Everette Brown

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@caplannfl: #Eagles will sign former Panthers 2d-round pick DE Everette Brown, pending results of physical. He worked out last month.

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Lots of teams are signing guys to future contracts right now, even teams with no coach in place.

Mind you, not us,

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I don't get why you sign a guy with no HC.

Brown is the hc. That or they need someone strong to help move andy this weekend?

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You spin me right round baby right round

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Damn, is he going for record of being on the most teams in NFL history?

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Dang, didn't realize he was born in Greenville, NC.

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