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Eagles hire Musgrave to coach QBs

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) The Philadelphia Eagles have hired Bill Musgrave to coach their quarterbacks and Michael Clay as defensive quality control coach.

Mike Dawson was promoted to assistant defensive line coach from defensive quality control. The moves were announced Monday.

Musgrave was offensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings the last three seasons. He replaces Bill Lazor after he left to become Miami's offensive coordinator.

Musgrave previously was quarterbacks coach at Atlanta, and also worked for Washington, Jacksonville, University of Virginia, Carolina and Oakland. He served as an offensive assistant with the Eagles in 1998.

Clay played linebacker under coach Chip Kelly at Oregon.

Updated January 27, 2014

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