Eagles, Dunlap agree on one-year deal

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King Dunlap, a three-year NFL veteran, didn’t receive a restricted free agency tender from the Eagles.  More than two weeks after hitting the market, the Eagles have given Dunlap a one-year deal to continue with the team.

The six-foot, nine-inch tackle appeared in 12 games with two starts in 2011.  For his career, Dunlap has appeared in 38 games, with seven starts.

The seventh-round selection in 2009 plays tackle and guard.  He also used that height and wingspan to block a field goal last season against the 49ers and former Philly kicker David Akers.