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Last week, executive vice president of football operations Howie Roseman told the Philadelphia media that the team's offensive line is a priority this offseason. According to Zach Berman of The Philadelphia Inquirer, the Eagles could be looking toward free agent Jeff Allen to help.
Allen was drafted by Kansas City in 2012 and has made 36 starts along the offensive line in 44 games, playing both guard and tackle. He is also familiar with Eagles head coach Doug Pederson, who was Kansas City's offensive coordinator for the past three seasons. The addition of Allen could help to bolster the Eagles' offensive line in 2016.