Jernigan returns to Eagles on one-year deal

The Philadelphia Eagles and defensive tackle Tim Jernigan agreed to a one-year contract on Thursday.The move comes after Philadelphia previously declined to pick up Jernigan’s $11 million option in March.Jernigan, 26, played in just three games last season after undergoing offseason back surgery to repair a herniated disk.The previous season, he was a key cog in the Eagles’ Super Bowl winning campaign and recorded 29 tackles and 2.5 sacks in 15 games.

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July 16

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July 15

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July 12

Q: The U.S.Coast guard once seized $30,000 worth of this item, the largest seizure of its kind… A: Garlic