Philadelphia Eagles sign Brad Smith

Brad Smith #16 of the Buffalo Bills crosses the goal line for a touchdown on against the New England Patriots 89 yd kickoff return against the Tennessee Titans at Ralph Wilson Stadium on October 21, 2012
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The Philadelphia Eagles sign free agent wide receiver and return specialist Brad Smith after he was released by the Buffalo Bills on Friday.

The Philadelphia Eagles have signed wide receiver and return specialist Brad Smith.

Smith had been a free agent since being released by the Buffalo Bills on Friday, leaving the team with an injury settlement having been placed on the injured reserve following their final pre-season game.

However, the 29-year-old passed a physical exam with the Eagles and joined their practice session on Tuesday.

Smith, who spent five years with the New York Jets before joining the Bills, is the only player in NFL history to score touchdowns on a kickoff return, reception, rush, blocked punt return and pass.

The Eagles released wide receiver BJ Cunningham to vacate a roster spot for Smith's arrival.

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