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Philadelphia Eagles Center Jason Kelce Injures Knee -Out for the Season

Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce suffered a torn MCL and partially torn ACL in Sundays 24-23 birds win over the Baltimore Ravens. Eagles head trainer Rick Burkholer says.

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The Philadelphia Eagles have placed center Jason Kelce on injured reserve ending his season. Kelce tore his MCL and partially tore his ACL in Sunday’s 24-23 win over Baltimore.  Kelce will be replaced by Dallas Reynolds who spent the maximum 3 years on the practice squad before making the 53 man roster this year. The Birds also signed center/guard Steve Vallos who was with the team in training camp but was one of the final cuts.

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