Eagles' rookie camp bullet points, Day 2
Cornerback Brandon Boykin really jumps out with his instincts and athleticism. Boykin, the fourth-round pick from Georgia, was locked up 1-on-1 with receiver Elvis Akpla near the left sideline during morning practice and leaped high in the air to swat away a Nick Foles pass intended for Akpla. Boykin has a lot to learn, but already looks confident and comfortable with everything that’s being thrown at him.
Fledging Philadelphia Eagles take first flight out of nest at rookie camp | lehighvalleylive.com
Mychal Kendricks addressed one of the major concerns about his playing pro football -- his size (5-11) -- by intercepting a Nick Foles pass meant for ex-Penn State 6-foot-5 tight end Brett Brackett deep downfield.
All eyes were on rookie LB at camp
It's very early, but so far, rookie linebacker Mychal Kendricks has shown exactly the skills the Eagles hoped they were getting.
Draft pick Foles Eagles' latest QB project
Andy Reid and his staff have a history of developing QBs into winners. Third round draft pick Nick Foles is excited to be their newest student.
NFC East position battles to watch - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Philadelphia Eagles safeties: The team wants Nate Allen and Jaiquawn Jarrett, its second-round picks from the 2010 and 2011 drafts, respectively, to be the starters. Of the two, they're more confident about Allen, who's had some injury issues but played well when healthy last season. They have him penciled in as a starter. Whether Jarrett can fight off Kurt Coleman for the other starting spot is one of the training-camp questions the Eagles will face