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Eagles sign WR Dave Ball, who played for Chip Kelly at New Hampshire

The Chip Kelly pipeline continues, as the Eagles added another player who played for Chip Kelly. The latest is wide receiver Dave Ball, a 29-year-old who was a record-setting pass catcher at New Hampshire while Kelly was offensive coordinator.

Eagles sign WR Dave Ball, who played for Chip Kelly at New Hampshire

Eagles head coach Chip Kelly. (Matt Rourke/AP)
Eagles head coach Chip Kelly. (Matt Rourke/AP)

The Chip Kelly pipeline continues, as the Eagles added another player who played for Chip Kelly. The latest is wide receiver Dave Ball, a 29-year-old who was a record-setting pass catcher at New Hampshire while Kelly was offensive coordinator.

Ball broke Jerry Rice's divison I-AA record with 58 career touchdown catches.He went undrafted out of UNH in 2007 and has floated around since. He's never caught a pass in an NFL game, although Ball has spent time with the Chicago Bears and New York Jets. He also spent time in the CFL and the arena league.

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