Nick Foles and Tom Brady will face-off for the first time since the Super Bowl.
The Eagles' offensive tackle is never afraid to speak on what he knows, and he also isn't afraid to back it up.
The University of Houston product, who was on the Eagles' practice squad last season, believes in his abilities.
Pumphrey is discovering the accuracy of the age-old sports saying "you can't make the club in the tub."
Nick Foles, Mike Wallace, Avonte Maddox, and Matt Jones are players to watch
Highlights from the 15th and final day of Eagles training camp.
The running back hasn't gotten much of a chance to carve out a role in camp but he looks forward to making his case against the Patriots.
It's a serendipitous matchup for the Super Bowl MVP, who missed the Eagles' preseason opener last week with a muscle strain.
The Eagles quarterback expects to be able to practice 11-on-11 again next week, but time might be the ultimate issue.
Hollins averaged 20.5 yards per catch in the first eight games last season, but wasn't much of a factor after that. He;s working extra hard to change that this season.
And what does he think about his chances in Philadelphia?
A preseason meeting isn't much of a Super Bowl "rematch" anyhow.
Avonte Maddox is an eager rookie corner whose mark this season probably will be made on special teams.