Facts about the Eagles OTAs: Jason Kelce is already coaching Cam Jurgens

The Eagles completed their Third Preparation Team performance with their sixth and final spring performances.

The team will be resting until July 26 when it will begin to return to training.

Therefore, these ideas should keep us for a month and a half. Enjoy:

1. The Eagles had a good presence at OTAs, Nick Sirianni said, but missed a few players Wednesday. He was without DeVonta Smith, AJ Brown, Lane Johnson, Josh Sweat, Javon Hargrave and Jalen Reagor. Remember, these systems are voluntary.

There were a few players out there who weren’t rehearsing. In the middle of the group: Tyree Jackson, Richard Rodgers, Brett Toth.

But we saw the return of Fletcher Cox, Jason Kelce and Jordan Mailata, who were absent from last week’s game open to the press.

two. We already know the role Kelce had in looking after Cam Jurgens and we knew he would be keen to mentor a Nebraska rookie. We already see it working. Last week, the press was on the game, Kelce was gone. This week, he was and has been spending a lot of time working with Jurgens between drilling, crossing paths and small tips. It was fun to watch and will probably be the head of the training camp.

The two boys have been together for some time next year and the Eagles hope this will put them in a good position for the future of the franchise.

3. After a lot of exercise, the fun of the day came on the back-to-back balls late from Jalen Hurts. In the first, he hit John Hightower, who came up behind Avonte Maddox and Anthony Harris and grabbed a beautiful cross from the Hurts. He has a little bit of NSFW thighs and was later joined by his teammates who share in the same celebration. They were represented by an employee at the end of the zone.

The next game was another 40+ lad bomb from the Hurts to Quez Watkins, who burned James Bradberry to the ground. This ticket was a bit confusing but it worked. Hurts celebrated this with a little dance. A strong finish from the first team offense after a slow start.

4. While those two deep balls were good, I don’t think it was probably his best way of the day. There was another play that, of course, took a long time to make, but the Hurts eventually rolled over to his right and hit hard about 25 yards to the right of Greg Ward, who pulled them over. Hurts has been asked for the strength of his arm, but this throw proves to be on the inside. This play is very difficult to make and made me tilt my head a little.

5. Other chart items:

• The spot on the right is still owned by Isaac Seimo on Wednesday. The whole line remained the same but without Johnson, Jack Driscoll filled the right.

• The Eagles’ first team defense that started in the 7-on-7s was Darius Slay, James Bradberry, Avonte Maddox, Kyzir White, TJ Edwards, Anthony Harris and Marcus Epps. The first (first) case was Jalen Hurts, Miles Sanders, Quez Watkins, Zach Pascal, Greg Ward, Dallas Goedert and Jack Stoll out of 12 people. Boston Scott also worked there on charges with Davion Taylor on defense.

• Second team defense: Zech McPhearson, Mac McCain, Josiah Scott, Davion Taylor, Kyzir White, K’Von Wallace, Andre Chachere. Second group offenses: Gardner Minshew, Jason Huntley, John Hightower, Deon Cain, Britain Covey, JJ Arcega-Whiteside.

6. In the 7-on-7 holes, the Eagles had Derek Barnett out there. This is understandable because runners sometimes have to fall. You do not want to see it often, but it will be part of their security. We also saw Kyron Johnson coming down.

7. Kenny Gainwell has some excellent Eagles running backs but came down impartially. But he got ready later with a good grip and a stuttering move for Kyron Johnson who had a rookie left in the dust.

And watch Jason Huntley this summer. It’s a small but rear runner fighting for the list spot and his speed can’t be denied. He set the lights on the left side Wednesday.

Sanders even did well in the air:

8. The best defense game of the day came along the way that Minshew tried to evade Covey. But White jumped on the PBU and dropped the ball in the hands of Taylor, who picked it up. Maybe it wasn’t a good choice but it was a White player.

9. The Eagles played a game Wednesday but Reagor is absent. The reason the punt payers were Ward, Scott, Covey, Gainwell and Watkins, that way. They all played their coffee cleanly.

10. Several former Eagles were watching the game today: Dick Vermeil, Irving Fryar, Frank LeMaster, Ron Jaworski, Barrett Brooks.

Foolish Look of the Day: Nick Sirianni had a fun Wednesday, testing an egg on a man with a fistfight to drop the ball during defending the ball. It didn’t work. Don’t smoke.

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