The Philadelphia Eagles’ 2018 training camp practice schedule continues today on Monday, August 13.
The reigning Super Bowl champions will start practicing at 9:15 AM ET. Offensive coordinator Mike Groh will address reporters after practice around 11:45 AM ET. Eagles players will be available to the media after practice as well.
Follow me (@BrandonGowton) on Twitter for live practice updates. We’ll be covering the entirety of 2018 Eagles training camp daily from the team’s headquarters: the NovaCare Complex.
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Eagles Training Camp Schedule
As a reminder, here is the entire Eagles training camp schedule.
MONDAY, AUGUST 13
9:15 AM - Practice begins
11:45 AM - Mike Groh press conference after practice, players available on field and in locker room
TUESDAY, AUGUST 14
9:35 AM - Practice begins
11:30 AM - Doug Pederson press conference after practice, players available on field and in locker room
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15
Mock Game walkthrough. Closed to fans and media.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 16 (Second preseason game)
7:30 PM - Philadelphia Eagles at New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium
Reminder: Eagles beat the Patriots in Super Bowl LII.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 17
Players’ day off. No media availability.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 18
Starting August 18 and continuing throughout the season, media will only be permitted to watch a limited portion of practice (no team drills). This means no more practice notes at that point. Media only get to see the players warm up and do some individual drills.
Some links to check out while waiting for updates:
The 7th Annual Definitive Twitter List for Philadelphia Eagles Fans
Eagles Training Camp Practice Notes: The new nickel
Dallas Goedert Injury Update: Eagles tight end is alive and well
Eagles 53-man roster projection after two weeks of training camp and one preseason game
Christian Hackenberg officially signed by Eagles
Doug Pederson reflects on the Eagles’ first preseason game, Jim Schwartz talks Jalen Mills’ leadership role
Former Philadelphia assistant says Doug Pederson “gets upset sometimes because we don’t score on every play”
Eagles Film Room: Nate Sudfeld and the Steelers’ trap coverage
Let’s see how former Eagles looked with their new teams in Week 1 of the preseason
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