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Eagles out to improve "terrible" kick returns

The Eagles made two moves designed to boost their returns in 2012. They drafted Brandon Boykin in the fourth round, adding Georgia’s all-time kickoff return leader to the fold, and signed Damaris Johnson as an undrafted free agent. Johnson missed his senior year at Tulsa after being suspended for an arrest on embezzlement charges after he underpaid for merchandise at a store where his girlfriend worked. Despite that, Johnson finished as the NCAA’s all-time leader in all-purpose and kickoff return yards. {woah, Damaris Johnson?}

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