Eagles sign veteran offensive lineman Will Beatty

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Giants offensive lineman Will Beatty in action against the 49ers in November 2014.

The Eagles continued adding veterans to their roster for a postseason push by signing offensive tackle Will Beatty on Tuesday, and they waived offensive tackle Taylor Hart.


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Beatty, 32, has played only six games since 2014. But he started 63 games for the New York Giants’ offensive line between 2009 and 2014, even winning a Super Bowl with the Giants. He’s the second player the Eagles signed this week who has a Super Bowl ring. The 6-foot-6, 319-pound Connecticut product grew up in York, Pa.

Beatty provides experience to a line that already lost Jason Peters for the season. The Eagles will likely stick with Halapoulivaati Vaitai at left tackle, with Beatty and Isaac Seumalo as the top reserve options.

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