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By PFW staff

Former Eagles offensive line coach Bill Walsh died at his home in Atlanta on Sunday at the age of 84.

Walsh coached professional football for 32 years and was with the Eagles from 1987-91. He was an All-American center and part of two national championship teams at Notre Dame.

Walsh spent six seasons playing for the Steelers and received two All-Pro selections.

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