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2017 FREE AGENCY: Eagles sign WR Jeffery for one year, $14M

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  • 2017 FREE AGENCY: Eagles sign WR Jeffery for one year, $14M

    Ian Rapoport
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    Alshon Jeffery to the Eagles for 1 year $14M

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