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June 20. 2014 12:12PM

Chip Kelly: Last practice not Fred Flintstone leaving work


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Kelly also confirmed that the Eagles will travel to New England to spend a few days practicing with the Patriots before playing them in the second preseason game on Aug. 15. Last year, the Patriots spent three days practicing in Philadelphia before playing the Eagles at the Linc.

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