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Matthew Harper
Assistant Special Teams Coach

Biography

Matthew Harper was hired as the Eagles assistant special teams coach during the 2013 offseason after working under Chip Kelly as an intern and graduate assistant at the University of Oregon from 2009-12.

In 2013, the Eagles special teams units featured the stellar play of punter Donnie Jones, who set team records in net punting average (40.5), single-game net punting average (50.7) and punts
inside the 20 (33). Jones became only the fourth punter to earn NFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors in consecutive games in a single season.

Harper played collegiately at Oregon, where he recorded 98 tackles, three interceptions, two sacks, two tackles for a loss, two forced fumbles and 12 passes defensed during his senior campaign in 2007. He appeared primarily on special teams during his junior season, notching 16 tackles and two pass breakups in limited action.

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Matthew Harper was hired as the Eagles assistant special teams coach during the 2013 offseason after working under Chip Kelly as an intern and graduate assistant at the University of Oregon from 2009-12.

In 2013, the Eagles special teams units featured the stellar play of punter Donnie Jones, who set team records in net punting average (40.5), single-game net punting average (50.7) and punts
inside the 20 (33). Jones became only the fourth punter to earn NFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors in consecutive games in a single season.

Harper played collegiately at Oregon, where he recorded 98 tackles, three interceptions, two sacks, two tackles for a loss, two forced fumbles and 12 passes defensed during his senior campaign in 2007. He appeared primarily on special teams during his junior season, notching 16 tackles and two pass breakups in limited action.

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