Today's Attendance: 12,094
Play of the Day
WR Brandon Gibson laid out to haul in a 45-yard pass from QB Donovan McNabb in this morning's one-on-one drills.
Gibson would like to teach history at the high school level when his playing days are over. His uncle, Vaughn Williams, was a DB for the San Francisco 49ers and Indianapolis Colts in the 1980s, and is now a high school teacher.
"I'd like to follow that same path, I think. I love football and I love dealing with kids, and I'm really passionate about history," Gibson said. "I think it would be great to do that one day."
Gibson earned his degree in history at Washington State, with an emphasis on teaching studies, earning Pac-10 Conference academic honors
Win 2010 Season Tickets!!
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Fan Appreciation Day
The first 7,500 fans to enter training camp tomorrow will receive a free 2009 schedule magnet. There will also be significant savings in the merchandise tent with items being discounted anywhere from 15% to 50%. Weather permitting, players will show their appreciation to the fans as the team takes a lap around the fields and gives out high fives and autographs to the best fans in the NFL following practice.
For the first time ever, one lucky Eagles fan will have the opportunity to be an Eagles sideline reporter on gameday! Eagles Television Network (ETN) is running a contest called, "Time's Yours" throughout the pre-season with the winner earning a spot as a part of ETN's on-air gameday crew. The winner will be awarded a spot as a reporter in the September 3rd game vs. the New York Jets reporting the 3rd and 4th quarter of the game from the sidelines.
Fans can enter the contest by uploading a one-minute long audition video demonstrating their best Eagles Sideline reporting skills. The contest is open to men and women ages 18 and older from Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. For more information and to enter "Time's Yours" contest please click here.