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Eagles expected to sign free agent RB Frank Gore

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The Philadelphia Eagles have found a replacement for LeSean McCoy. McCoy is expected to be traded to the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday for linebacker Kiko Alonso.

Now, the Eagles are expected to sign running back Frank Gore this week. Official terms of the agreement are unknown at the time of this post.

We do know that the contract is expected to be worth $5 million per season. In addition, it is expected to include $7 million in guaranteed money.

Gore, who will be 32-years-old in May and formerly of the San Francisco 49ers, had 255 carries for 1,106 yards and four touchdowns last season. He also had four 100-plus yard rushing games.

This will be his second team in his career after being with the 49ers since 2005. He’s also been a durable back, as he’s only missed 12 games in his career.

However, in the past four seasons, he’s played in every game, and had more than a 1,000 yards each season.

He only had two seasons below 1,000 yards in his career. He had 613 yards as a rookie in 2005 in 14 games and 853 yards in 2010 in 11 games.

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