Philadelphia Eagles: Check out Justin Peelle and Jeff Stoutland putting in work

Philadelphia Eagles. (Photo by Brian Cleary/Getty Images)
Philadelphia Eagles. (Photo by Brian Cleary/Getty Images) /

Have you gone into football withdrawal yet? Maybe this will help. You have to check out a couple of the Philadelphia Eagles coaches, Justin Peelle and Jeff Stoutland putting in work.

It may be the most difficult month and a half known to the NFL fan, a month or so without football. The coaches are gone. So are the players. In the meantime, we dug up a little footage of a couple of the Philadelphia Eagles‘ assistant coaches, tight end coach Justin Peelle and offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland putting in work.

Hopefully, this will tide you over for a spell.

First check out Peelle. He served as an assistant tight ends coach in 2013 and 2014 before being given the reigns in 2015. Here, he works with two of the best young tight ends in the game, Zach Ertz and Dallas Goedert along with a few of the other guys:

Clip courtesy of the Philadelphia Eagles official YouTube channel

Everything we’re hearing states the Eagles are so comfortable with how Goedert’s grown that they’re comfortable that they could just slide him in any formation in place of Zach Ertz, and Philly won’t experience any real drop off in production.

There may not be anything we have to substantiate that yet, but it’s still nice to hear.

Clip courtesy of the Philadelphia Eagles official YouTube channel

From there, we move on to one of the members of the coaching staff that needs no introduction if you’re a die-hard fan of ‘The Birds’, offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland.

These days ‘Stout’ must feel like a king. Not only has he got a future Hall of Fame inductee at left tackle, Jason Peters. He’s also got the man who should be a nice successor somewhere down the road, Philly’s first-round draft choice from the most recent draft, Andre Dillard.

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On the other side of the line is a guy who’s constructing a possible Hall of Fame resume of his own, Lane Johnson. Throw in the game’s best center, Jason Kelce, an all pro talent in Brandon Brooks, who Philly is hoping gets well soon and great talents like Stefen Wisniewski, Halapoulivaati Vaitai, and Isaac Seumalo, and the Eagles have an offensive line that can rival any of the great offensive lines in the entire NFL.

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Will all of this translate to wins on Sunday? We’ll soon see, but by the looks of things, the Summer is off to a nice start in the ‘City of Brotherly Love.