Head coach Chip Kelly said on Thursday that wide receiver Jeremy Maclin has been full go during the first week of the Organized Team Activities. Maclin returned to action for the first time since suffering a season-ending knee injury in last year's Training Camp.
"Mac's doing fantastic," Kelly said.
Kelly added that wide receiver Arrelious Benn, linebacker Jason Phillips and new quarterback Mark Sanchez have also been unimpeded during the OTAs. Benn and Phillips were sidelined for all of 2013 with knee injuries. Sanchez did not play for the Jets last season due to a shoulder injury.
Thursday is the final day of the first week of OTAs. The Eagles return to action on Monday.
Here are some other key notes from Kelly's press conference. You can view it in its entirety above:
Kelly: Great thing about Foles is "he knows he's never going to arrive." ... Same approach in trying to get better every day. — Eagles Insider (@EaglesInsider) May 29, 2014
Chip Kelly says Malcolm Jenkins has been "outstanding" thus far ... Says it feels like he's been in the system for a while. — Eagles Insider (@EaglesInsider) May 29, 2014
Kelly: Nate Allen is the first guy up at safety right now next to Malcolm Jenkins, Earl Wolff is running with 2s now ... Good competition. — Eagles Insider (@EaglesInsider) May 29, 2014
Kelly: Everyone thinks Darren Sproles is a receiver, he's a running back and a talented one at that. — Eagles Insider (@EaglesInsider) May 29, 2014