The final preseason game isn’t good for very much.
Eagles fans finally got to see their entire first team offense on the field at once during the first half of Thursday’s preseason game against the Steelers and there was obvious rust.
As far as the preseason goes, this is the climax.
It seems like the most noticeable themes of this summer’s Eagles training camp are staying loose and downplaying anything which seems troubling in the public eye.
It’s becoming an annual spectacle, the joint-training camp practiced with the Eagles and Patriots.
“He’s got a foot, and it’s a day‑to‑day thing,” Eagles head coach Chip Kelly said of Cooper, “and we’ll see how he feels.”
This year the Eagles seem to have a player just as dynamic in Darren Sproles and a bevy of other return options who could provide a pretty big boost.
Nick Foles seemed to burst onto the scene in 2014, becoming a household name and setting Eagles and NFL records with his spectacular season (27 TD, 2 INT).
It’s finally Jeremy Maclin’s turn to be the man.
DeSean Jackson’s departure has turned receiver from a strength to a question mark.