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Eagles sign Max Scharping

Max Scharping
Max Scharping

Ahead of the mandatory minicamp starting Tuesday, the Eagles signed Max Scharping, who adds depth and playoff experience along with the ability to play both guard positions.

A second-round pick of the Houston Texans in 2019 out of Northern Illinois, Scharping spent his first three seasons in Houston before being claimed off waivers by the Bengals prior to the 2022 season. Cincinnati re-signed Scharping for the 2023 season.

Over the past two seasons with the Bengals, Scharping has played in 34 games, including the playoffs. In the Bengals' run to the AFC Championship Game in 2022, Scharping started at right guard in all three playoff games following a Week 18 injury to Alex Cappa.

The 6-foot-6, 325-pound Scharping turns 28 in August. In his career, the Green Bay native has played in 79 regular-season games with 33 starts primarily at left guard, all in his time with the Texans.

Off the field, Scharping and his wife, Cassidy, started a nonprofit to save animals called the Stay Scharp Rescue Foundation, which has saved more than 100 dogs.

On Saturday, June 1st, the Archbishop Wood Vikings captured their first Eagles Girls Flag Football League Championship of Pennsylvania with a 34-14 win over Gwynedd Mercy, while Kingsway took home the New Jersey crown with a 13-6 triumph over Egg Harbor Township. Abington and Palumbo were the other two Pennsylvania semifinalists, while Absegami and Master Charter of Camden represented New Jersey. The 2024 Eagles Girls Flag Football League Championships were presented by NovaCare Rehabilitation, while the 2024 Eagles Girls Flag League was presented by Gatorade, Hilco, and Planet Fitness.

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