When are Eagles mandatory minicamps?

Here's the skinny on the coming Eagles offseason itinerary.
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We close another month's book. We flip those calendars from May to June. That being said, we also closed another chapter of Philadelphia Eagles organized team activities. This one? 2023's version...

New faces and acquisitions shined. Some were expected, and others weren't. There were absences. That's okay. Attendance at OTAs was voluntary.

All of that will shift in June. Another portion of Philly's offseason workout plan is upon us. It's time for a mandatory minicamp, and Eagles junkies everywhere, us included, are joyous.

Who will distance themselves? It's time for the cream to rise. This is the last hoorah before a break and training camp begins.

When are Eagles mandatory minicamps scheduled?

Eagles mandatory minicamp runs from June 4th-6th. Nick Sirianni enters year four as Eagles head coach. This is his first stab at holding a mandatory minicamp.

In years past, we debated whether he had made the right decision. His team qualified for a Super Bowl in year two, so we didn't put much stock in what we were feeling.

"Nick Sirianni knows his team." That's what we told ourselves. There was nothing wrong with that because the evidence supports that, but last year's late-season and playoff collapse probably has much to do with the change of heart.

When do the Eagles begin training camp?

Once Philly wraps mandatory minicamp, they'll enjoy a break before beginning training camp. The official dates haven't been released yet, but expect the work to begin during the final week of July.

That's when things have normally kicked off under Nick Sirianni. Trust and believe we'll let you know as soon as we do.

When will the Eagles begin making roster cuts and trimming the roster to 53 men?

Each NFL team is allowed to carry a 90-man roster throughout the preseason. Final cuts are expected to be made around August 28. The Birds have one roster exemption thanks to the NFL's International Pathways Program, offensive lineman Laekin Vakalahi.

Quinyon Mitchell is also unsigned at the time of this story's release.

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