Eagles training camp: Best stories from Philadelphia’s first practice

Jalen Hurts #1, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)
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Brandon Graham #55, Philadelphia Eagles
Brandon Graham #55, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) /

Here are a few other stories that are worth mentioning following the Eagles’ first practice at camp.

It wouldn’t be practice if we didn’t discuss some of the results, right? Here are a few nuggets that are worth a mention.

Jalen Reagor is still must-see television (in practice anyway).

Jalen Reagor has clearly fallen out of favor with coaches as he’s tumbled down the depth chart. He ran with the second-stringers on Wednesday, but he had a good day of practice, catching two touchdowns while the team performed some on-field work.

Jalen Hurts growth continues.

There’s been no shortage of opinions involving the mention of Jalen Hurts‘ name. That won’t end anytime soon, but he’s off to a good start. According to 94 WIP-FM’s Eliot Schorr-Parks, he completed 12 of 15 passing attempts.

He was picked off once thanks to a nice play by safety Marcus Epps, but he tossed four TD passes on the day. Most importantly, he looked good during some red zone work, an area in which he’s struggled to throw the football during the early stages of his still-young NFL career.

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Brandon Graham is going to be just fine.

All the news we’ve gotten on Brandon Graham‘s recovery has been excellent, and that continued today. During a brief sit-down with the media post-practice, B.G. put all doubt about his physical condition to bed, stating he’s 100% ready for the grind and that there are “no limitations” on what he’s able to do physically.

The Eagles return to the practice field on Friday for the first of two consecutive practices on July 29th and 30th.