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According to Jimmy Kempski of The Morning Call, Nick Foles out played Michael Vick during the Eagles offseason OTA’s and minicamp sessions.
Foles got the ball out quicker than Vick, was generally more accurate, and is putting receivers in a better position to get yards after the catch.
Nick Foles circa July 2013 looks far better than Nick Foles circa 2012. In fact, I was so thoroughly unimpressed with Foles at the 2012 Senior Bowl.
With training camp just over a week away from kicking off, we’ll soon find out who’s a better fit to start for the Eagles this season.
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Happy Monday! Or, fine, just…Monday. Here’s a look at some of the Philadelphia Eagles news and headlines from the weekend:
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OT Michael Bamiro. Image via PhiladelphiaEagles.com
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