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Philadelphia Eagles sign safety Corey Graham to one-year deal


The Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to a one-year contract with free-agent safety Corey Graham, the team announced Thursday.

The Buffalo Bills released Graham on March 10 after signing free-agent safeties Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer. Buffalo also released Aaron Williams, its other starting safety.

Graham, 32, had started every game at safety the past two seasons for former coach Rex Ryan.

Graham played for the Chicago Bears (2007-11) and Baltimore Ravens (2012-13) before signing a four-year deal with the Bills in 2014 as a cornerback and special-teams contributor.

He has 603 tackles, 15 interceptions and 60 passes defensed in 10 NFL seasons. He was selected for his only Pro Bowl in 2011, while with the Bears.



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