The Eagles closed rookie camp today and there wasn't much news to come out of the final day of practice for first year guys and selected vets. You'll be happy to know, however, that Donovan McNabb -- who spent the last few weeks in Arizona -- was back in town. The quarterback worked out at the NovaCare complex and is expected to report to Tuesday's organized team activity for the entire roster.
He was unavailable for comment. The Eagles PR staff isn't optimistic that McNabb will speak to the media next week.
Tight end Cornelius Ingram was back to full go after injuring his left knee two days ago. Yesterday he didn't participate in noncontact drills. Today he was involved in each drill and looked healthy. The rookie tweaked his knee when he got tangled up between two defenders on a pass play. He admitted that he was slightly worried when he first noticed it was the same knee he injured last August. Ingram tore his ACL before his senior season and missed the entire year. "I'll be honest, I was a little scared at that time," he said. "But once I got up the pain started to ease away a little bit. I went to the doctor yesterday morning and he checked everything out. Everything looked fine and I'm out here running around today."
Also, kicker David Akers and punter Sav Rocca made their first appearances, however brief, at the OTAs. They left before new punter Ken Parrish put on another solid display of boots.