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The coordinators and position coaches were made available for interviews Thursday morning, while the veterans arrived to the NovaCare Complex in the afternoon. On Friday, the first full-squad practice of Eagles Training Camp will take place. Here are some links to hold you over until then.

Bennie Logan and Joe Kruger talked about their personal emphasis on batting down passes.

Pat Shurmur said Chip Kelly will call the plays on offense.

Notes: LeSean McCoy wants to dominate in Chip Kelly's offense, DeSean Jackson spoke with the media, and more.

Jeff Stoutland brings his coaching style to Philadelphia and has high hopes for the offensive line.

Bill Davis explained his philosophies and the changes he will make to the Eagles defense, as well as his vision for both the present and future of the unit.

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Shaun Huls is the Eagles Sports Science Coordinator, the first NFL coach ever with that title, and the subject of this fascinating profile on Sports Illustrated's new MMQB site.

Tight ends coach Ted Williams admitted that the Eagles offense will be "very, very similar to what you saw at Oregon."

Cary Williams missed some time during the offseason activities but was one of the first veterans, and the first cornerback, to arrive at the NovaCare Complex.

Jeremy Maclin, who is entering the final year of his rookie deal, is "aware" of the contracts other wide receivers around the league have signed.

Bill Davis believes Trent Cole, who said he is 264 pounds and in incredible physical shape, can succeed as an outside linebacker in this defense.

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