Eagles Training Camp 2022: Stock Up, Stock Down After Week 1 – NBC Sports | Hot Mobile Press

It’s early.

Keep that in mind as you read this stock report from Eagles training camp. The Eagles have completed three practice sessions so far this summer. One lasted 58 minutes, one lasted 1:15 and one lasted 1:30. It is a long way.

But on every really free day of the summer, we take the opportunity to step back and reflect and give you a few players who deserve to be in the Inventory category and some that belong in the Inventory Loss category .

Let us begin:

topping up

S Marcus Epps

The Eagles have approached Epps all offseason and he’s agreed with them at camp so far. Epps safely led all first team reps through three exercises and looked very strong. He had a big interception off a shot by Jalen Hurts on the first day of camp and was really solid beyond that.

LB TJ Edwards

Getting Edwards off the pitch won’t be easy. Despite the addition of Kyzir White and Nakobe Dean, Edwards still deserves playing time and he’s already proving it this summer. The knock on Edwards is that he lacks the ability to cover, but that hasn’t been a problem this summer. He was all over the field, knocking down passes.

LB Davion Taylor

When Taylor came to this camp, he was the forgotten one in his room. While Taylor mostly ran with the twos, he had some really impressive plays in the first three days. He had a very strong practice on Friday, with an INT after a deflection and a big broken pass to Boston Scott.

TE Dallas Goedert

With all the talk about AJ Brown – and he was handsome – Goedert was super reliable and consistent in the early stages of training camp. He was Jalen Hurts’ favorite target in the early days and is a contender for a monster season.

S Andre Chachere

Interceptions in back-to-back practices put you on the “boost” list. Chachere is considered by many to be a special teams ace, but he has shone on defense. After a wide selection on Friday, he earned some first-team replays on Saturday and made the most of it by beating Hurts in the first phase of team practice.

CB Mac McCain III

The Eagles have 12 cornerbacks on their roster. After Darius Slay, James Bradberry, Avonte Maddox and Zech McPhearson, eight players compete for just one or two jobs. McCain has placed himself on the second tier. He was the outside corner to McPhearson with the second team and already has several impressive broken passes.

RB Miles Sanders

I know there was a lot of talk on Friday about Sanders’ work with the second team – something that absolutely happened – but that doesn’t mean Sanders hasn’t been looking good this summer. In fact, he’s looking even bigger and more explosive this summer. He’s broken some impressive runs so far. He still needs to work on his pass catch but he will be the feature back.

stock down

S K’ Von Wallace

With Anthony Harris reinstated and Jaquiski Tartt still learning defense, Wallace got some first-team replays in the early days and didn’t really make the most of it. He had a couple of tough moments on Day 1 and on Day 3 Chachere was the guy to rotate with Harris at the second safety point.

WR Devon Allen

Allen’s return to football hasn’t been as smooth as he probably hoped. While he said he gained 10 pounds in his attempt to return to the sport, the world-class hurdler struggled in the beginning. Of course, for a 27-year-old who hasn’t played football since 2016, that’s to be expected. Hopefully he can catch up enough to really show his speed in the summer.

QB Carson Strong

Nevada’s UDFA has been guaranteed $320,000 so he has a good chance of making the list. So far at camp, however, he has shared third-team representatives with acting third-stringer Reid Sinnett. Strong has a rocket from one arm, but he didn’t hit deep balls. We’ve seen notable misses over the past few days, including one that landed about 5-6 meters out of bounds. That just can’t happen.

WR Zach Pascal

The veteran recipient missed the first three days of camp with food poisoning. He was back on the field but I suspect his energy was zapped. Food poisoning is an absolute bear.

DT Milton Williams

The first injury of training camp belongs to the defenseman as a sophomore from Louisiana Tech. He missed Saturday’s practice with an elbow injury. Hopefully it’s nothing serious and he’ll be back soon. The good news for Williams is that his roster spot is pretty secure.

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