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The next month will be important to learn what the Eagles have at the only non-specialist spot without a new face.
Earl Wolff played safety on the top defensive unit on Wednesday.
Lane Johnson has to figure out how to stay sharp and in shape during his four-game ban.
The Eagles did a lot of work Wednesday on those back shoulder throws that have become so prevalent in the NFL.
Malcolm Jenkins has done an excellent job of reading the play in front of him and making plays.
The Eagles held their most action-packed practice of training camp so far on Wednesday.
Paul Domowitch: Statistically, Nick Foles has nowhere to go but down this season.
With the number of plays in Chip Kelly's speeded-up practices, the reserves receive steady work.
Chip Kelly said Wednesday that suspended Lane Johnson has benefited from having more responsibility with the backups.
Michael Vick defended his mentor and friend Tony Dungy, arguing that Dungy wasn’t trying to stir up controversy.
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