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Eagles Sign TE Evan Moore

After bringing him in for a visit, the Eagles officially signed tight end Evan Moore Thursday.

The 27-year-old Moore (6-6, 250) has played in 47 games (nine starts) in his four-year career with the Cleveland Browns (2009-11) and Seattle Seahawks (2012), recording 63 receptions for 810 yards and five touchdowns. Moore set career highs in catches (34), yards (324) and touchdowns (4) with the Browns in 2011. He played in 14 games for the Seahawks this season before being released on December 19.

Originally a rookie free agent signing of the New Orleans Saints in 2008, Moore spent training camp and preseason with the Green Bay Packers before suffering a knee injury on August 19 that forced him to miss his entire rookie campaign. He was released by the Packers as part of their final roster cutdown in 2009 and signed to the Browns practice squad midway through the season before being promoted to the active roster on December 5.

A college teammate of Trent Edwards at Stanford University, Moore appeared in 38 games in his collegiate career and finished with 103 receptions for 1,555 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Moore will wear No. 86.

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