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Which Eagles helped themselves most in preseason opener?


WR Mack Hollins: Caught four passes, including a 38-yard catch-and-run in which he rejected two defenders with stiff arms on his way to the end zone for his team’s only TD.


WR Bryce Treggs: Showed ability to get open deep with his speed and wound up with game highs of seven receptions and 91 yards.


DE Derek Barnett: His explosion off the line and ability to create a super low pad level was too much for Jason Spriggs to handle.


The way he began training camp, with slow play and a recent admission that he was only 25 percent of where he needed to be only added to the concern of Eagles fans everywhere that the cornerbacks will be a disaster this coming season.


Tight end Trey Burton, for example, made a nice move for extra yards after one of his three receptions, but lost a fumble in the process.




READ MORE (Allentown Morning Call)


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  • Eagles fall to Packers 24-9 in preseason openerAllentown Morning Call
  • WR Mack Hollins Caps First Drive In StylePhiladelphiaEagles.com
  • Injury update after Packers preseason winWBAY
  • Wentz off to perfect start, but Eagles lose 24-9Press of Atlantic City
  • 13 reasons Eagles should be encouraged -- and worried! -- about loss to PackersNJ.com
  • Full Highlights: Packers 24, Eagles 9Packers.com


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