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Mack Hollins Finding Openings with Philadelphia Eagles


Mack Hollins was poised to break out his senior year at UNC, but a season-ending collarbone injury knocked him out after seven games. The Philadelphia Eagles trusted their decision to draft him because Hollins possessed a unique size and speed combination and a knack for getting deep. Through six games in the NFL, Hollins has shown flashes of what he can do. (Keeping It Heel)

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