The Philadelphia Eagles currently have five selections from the 2019 NFL Draft participating in camp. How’s everything been going so far?
Last week, the Philadelphia Eagles returned to the Nova Care Complex after having a month off. The OTAs portion of the offseason went smoothly, but there were some players who were unavailable or extremely limited. With another month to heal though, the Eagles were fortunate enough to have a lot of guys relatively healthy for training camp.
One player, the Eagles, were fortunate to have healthy specifically was rookie running back, Miles Sanders. The second-round selection was able to get started with the team during rookie’s minicamp, but a tweaked hamstring sidelined him for the entire OTAs and mandatory minicamp phase of the offseason. Therefore, his training camp debut was highly anticipated.
Sanders wasn’t the only rookie was with some buzz around his name though from the 2019 NFL Draft class. With five total picks from the spring, the Eagles have a handful of players with somewhat high expectations as they entered their first NFL training camp. So with that, let’s take a look at an overview of each individual rookie’s first training camp.