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Surgery For Clayton

The Philadelphia Eagles today announced that linebacker Keenan Clayton underwent successful surgery on Tuesday to repair a torn core muscle (sports hernia) by Dr. William Meyers at Jefferson at the Navy Yard in Philadelphia.

Clayton, a 2010 fourth-round pick by the Eagles, has recorded 29 tackles in 21 games for the Eagles over the past two season.

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