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Don't Worry About How Well Curtis Will Fit In

Kevin Curtis (AP/Rusty Kennedy)

Kevin Curtis established himself as one of the league's better slot receivers with the Rams, where he caught 100 passes, 10 for touchdowns, in the last two seasons. Now, he will make the jump to starter with the Eagles after signing a six-year, $32 million deal with them in the off-season.

The Eagles signed the ex-Ram in the off-season to replace departed Donte Stallworth. Curtis was very productive as a slot receiver in St. Louis behind Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt, but the Eagles will be looking for him to line up on the outside and he'll likely be facing the better cornerbacks in the NFL. The Eagles' complex West Coast offense is a tough learn for a new receiver, particularly for... Recommended Stories

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