Good morning. The Eagles practice at 9:45 a.m. Doug Pederson has a post-practice news conference. The players have the day off on Saturday. The first public practice will be Sunday at 7 p.m. at Lincoln Financial Field.
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The Eagles are now more than one week into training camp. Their first preseason game is next week. The countdown to the opener has dipped below five weeks. So what stood out to coach Doug Pederson?
"One thing I do like is I like the attitude of the football team," Pederson said. "I like the way they came in into camp. They have attacked every single day. I don't feel like this team is just lingering in any way. They are embracing the training camp. They know what they've done and they've accomplished, but at the same time I think they are hungry for more, and that's exciting."
There's been more that's happened than the attitude of the team, though. Here are five quick takeaways: