Here’s a look back at the Eagles’ preseason opener as it unfolded. Click here for our Eagles section, which has all of our coverage of the game.

Tonight, the Eagles take on the Titans in the first of four preseason games. The score won’t matter, Carson Wentz (probably) won’t play and for most players, the exhibition is just another part of the routine leading up to another season.

But let’s face it: You’re going to watch. It’s the Eagles, after all, and it’s the first chance to see the newest players and the surest sign that fall is on the way.

Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. You can watch on NBC10 (here are all the details).

Which players will be in the spotlight?

Miles Sanders is the latest rookie sensation. The running back out of Penn State has already made an impression in training camp. But before Penn State, there was Pittsburgh. Read about his journey from Western Pa. to the Eagles.

Shareef Miller’s name sound familiar? He’s a local product -- he played at both George Washington and Frankford high schools -- before heading to State College. A defensive end, Miller is looking to crack into the mix for the Eagles as an edge rusher, but that’s easier said than done. His journey from Philly to Penn State to the Eagles is one that wasn’t simple, but thanks to his mother, more than worth it.

Andre Dillard was the Eagles’ first-round pick in April. If the Eagles get their way, he won’t play much in his first season at all. How come? Read on.

Plus: Who’s trending up? Who’s trending down?

Follow along below for live updates from the game, and to see how it unfolds.

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