Maybe the brightest spot amid the Eagles' disappointing 4-12 season last year was the emergence of seventh-round rookie Bryce Brown. Unheralded throughout the draft process, Brown won the job of No. 2 running back and, when he got his chance, looked every bit the part of a former No. 1 overall high school recruit. In his first two starts in place of an injured LeSean McCoy, Brown combined for an astounding 347 rushing yards, the second highest two-game total in franchise history...
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