Coming off a 14-9 victory over the Carolina Panthers in their second preseason game, the Eagles return to work with an open practice at Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday.
Dave Spadaro shared what he saw through the first two preseason games and what he expects moving forward.
The defense bounced back in a big way against the Panthers after early struggles against the Patriots.
Cary Williams made his debut as an Eagle against the Panthers and, though not where he wants to be health-wise, brought toughness, attitude and snarl to the defense.
With one amazing, jaw-dropping, signiture scamper, running back LeSean McCoy let the football world know he's back and ready for 2013.
An offensive line beset by injuries last season is fully healthy and looks to be one of the Eagles' major strengths.
Inside linebacker Mychal Kendricks thrived as a blitzer in college, and he is getting opportunities to show off his pass rush abilities in the Eagles' new defense.
Against the Panthers, defensive coordinator Bill Davis made an adjustment from the Patriots' game with one of his calls, and it worked brilliantly.
Eagles special teams are vastly improved as a whole, and the kick return unit is showing signs of life.
While Michael Vick and Nick Foles continue to battle for the starting job, rookie Matt Barkley took another step in his development as an NFL quarterback.
The Eagles' fast pace on offense tired out the Panthers defense Thursday night.