“Last day of school,” is what tight end Zach Ertz called it, and with the Eagles receiving their Super Bowl rings in the evening, you could see why everyone was anxious to get out of there.
The Eagles also practiced at the far end of one field, many yards from where the media was permitted to stand, so today’s notes will be abbreviated and strictly in the form of a running diary.
Wide receiver Greg Ward took the direct snap, and before you could say “Philly Special,” the former college quarterback threw back to Nick Foles .
The first-team offense later ran a similar version of the play against the defense in team drills, and Ward successfully hit “Philly” Foles.
In seven-on-seven drills, safety Tre Sullivan broke up a Foles pass intended for tight end Richard Rodgers .
Foles went to Mack Hollins on a comeback route, and cornerback Ronald Darby made an early read and got his arm around the receiver to break up the pass.
Wentz dug deep on back-to-back down-the-field throws that probably would have been caught if Alshon Jeffery or Nelson Agholor were the targets, rather than Gibson and Davis.
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