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Trent Edwards reportedly given contract extension

The Philadelphia Eagles added one year to the contract of third-string quarterback Trent Edwards on Wednesday, reported, citing a league source.

Edwards now is under contract to the Eagles for this season and next. He won the team's third-string quarterback job in a surprise over Mike Kafka, who is currently a free agent. The Eagles' No. 2 quarterback behind veteran Michael Vick is rookie Nick Foles.

Edwards, drafted in the third round out of Stanford in 2007 by the Buffalo Bills, will make $715,000 in 2013, according to the source.

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