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Rebuilding Eagles sign defensive end, cornerback

Rebuilding Eagles sign defensive end, cornerback

PHILADELPHIA (AP) The Eagles have signed defensive end Everette Brown and cornerback Trevard Lindley to two-year contracts.

Brown played in 31 career games with Carolina and San Diego Chargers from 2009-11. He had six sacks, three forced fumbles and one interception. Brown was released by Detroit before the 2012 season and sat out the year.

Lindley, a fourth-round draft choice by the Eagles in 2010, played 11 games as a rookie. He wasn't on an NFL roster the last two seasons.

The Eagles, who fired coach Andy Reid on Monday, went 4-12 this season.

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5 new fan-generated Washington Warriors logo, uniform designs

5 new fan-generated Washington Warriors logo, uniform designs

As Washington continues to evaluate what the next name of the team will be, numerous ideas have been thrown around. One of the favorites from the beginning has been the Warriors.

Of course, this means social media has been filled with fan-made concepts that detail what a potential logo and uniform could look like under the new name. After finding some of the best initial designs, here's a look at some of the newest Washington Warriors creations.

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5 new fan-generated Washington Red Wolves logo, uniform designs

5 new fan-generated Washington Red Wolves logo, uniform designs

As Washington continues to evaluate what the next name of the team will be, numerous ideas have been thrown around. However, one moniker, in particular, has grown in popularity on social media each and every day.

The Washington Red Wolves was a brand idea that began on the internet and wasn't given much thought. Fast forward a week or so and the name is dominating the discussion. Former Washington defensive back Fred Smoot led the initial charge with a strong pitch for the name, but he's not alone. Dwayne Haskins, Jonathan Allen and Kevin Durant have shown support as well. A poll showed it as the fan-favorite, leaving many wondering just how much momentum Red Wolves has.

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After discovering some of the best initial designs for the concept, here is a look at five of the newest Red Wolves logo and uniform creations:

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