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After Jordan-Matthews, UNC, and NFL careers, Siler City’s Eddie Mason gives back through training


Get knocked down. Get back up. found that to be a common theme as his football career progressed from Jordan-Matthews to the University of North Carolina to the NFL, where he played five years and 80 games as a linebacker, primarily on special teams. He wouldn’t change his path, though, because it brought him to where he is today. (Chatham News & Record)

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After Jordan-Matthews, UNC, and NFL careers, Siler City’s Eddie Mason gives back through training


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