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      Damion Square earns spot on Philadelphia Eagles roster

      Damion Square will have a chance to make a lasting impact in the NFL.

      The former Alabama defensive lineman made the Philadelphia Eagles 53-man roster, despite going undrafted in last April's NFL Draft.

      His versatility is his greatest value as Square can play a number of spots on the Eagles defensive line.

      Square was a three year starter for the Crimson Tide. Former Alabama offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland, who is now an Eagles assistant, convinced him to sign a free agent deal with Philadelphia.

      "Coach Stoutland was one of the people who called me and told me what a great place Philadelphia was and how I would fit in there," Square told NJ.com. "I trusted him because I knew him so well. It all worked out."

      Philadelphia opens the season next Monday against the Washington Redskins.