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Earthquake Shocks Locker Room

The earthquake that stunned the East Coast on Tuesday afternoon was certainly felt in the Eagles locker room.

Cornerback Joselio Hanson, who was born and raised in California, felt at home as he had to explain to people around him that indeed an earthquake took place.

The 5.9 magnitude earthquake that was centered in Mineral, Va. made the lights that hang from the top of the locker room in the NovaCare Complex sway, but there was no damage. In fact, a number of media were interviewing strong safety Jarrad Page during the time of the earthquake and they continued as if nothing had happened.

The easiest joke to make would have involved offensive linemen, but that was taken care of by free safety Kurt Coleman who posted on Twitter that "I thought our Olinemen were running up n down the halls.... Guess not."

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