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Searching for Andy Claus?

Terrell Owens was looking for someone to play Santa Claus at his Catch-A-Dream Foundation 81 Family Fun Day this holiday season. Owens put out the call via Twitter -- and then he had an idea.

Searching for Andy Claus?

Terrell Owens was looking for someone to play Santa Claus at his Catch-A-Dream Foundation 81 Family Fun Day this holiday season. Owens put out the call via Twitter -- and then he had an idea.

Owens then joked: "I'm thinking of asking Coach Reid 2 play my santa claus, my fmr coach of the eagles! He seems 2 b a logical choice, gotta check his sked!..."

No word on whether Big Red can make it.

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The Eagles will have some shuffling to do on the defensive line as well as at linebacker Sunday.

Defensive end Victor Abiamiri is listed as questionable, though Abiamiri probably isn’t going to dress ahead of productive Jason Babin.

Abiamiri’s status might hinge on how comfortable the coaches would be sitting, say defensive tackle Trevor Laws, figuring Abiamiri can play inside in passing situations.

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Kevin Curtis was seen in the NovaCare Complex weight room Friday. Curtis had been in Utah following knee surgery. The Eagles do not let injured players speak to the media.

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Chargers coach Norv Turner, on Shawne Merriman, who has missed the last two days of practice with a sore foot: "I think he's all right. I think he's just a little bit sore, and it's probably good for him to not work."

 

 

 

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