The rookies and selected veterans wrapped up their portion of training camp on Thursday morning at Lehigh under some very light rain. Here's what transpired.
Tweetcap from@EaglesInsider* *
"No Kevin Kolb or Mike Vick this morning, Kafka only QB out there. Long camp, don't need tired arms."
"FG block drills. Coach April, always unconventional, letting Parrish kick soccer balls. http://twitpic.com/29pcb7"
"7on7: Kafka deep to Collins who is covered by Pender. Collins rises high to the ball and gets his hands on it but can't haul it in."
"Lindley in coverage on Collins, overthrown by Kafka ... R Cooper goes low to catch pass from rolling left Kafka."
"Mallett beats Lawrence across the field, looks smooth catching the ball."
"And after I say that Mallett drops a short one from Kafka, heard Lawrence's footsteps."
"OL/DL: Sapp beats McCuller around the edge ... Robinson and Owens consecutively collapse pocket v. Isdaner Reynolds ... Moncur beats Duncan"
"7on7 RZ: Cooper drops pass in end zone, may have been tipped by Lawrence ... Short completion over middle to Norwood"
"Ryan Hamilton with a right place right time INT after Kafka pass goes through Harbor's hands."
"Norwood 10 yd TD after Chaney slips in coverage."
"And that's it for the morning practice. Make sure to tune it to Training Camp Live! at noon for our exclusive Andy Reid interview."
*- *The Eagles worked out two wide receivers after practice, seven-year veteran Kelley Washington, most recently of the Baltimore Ravens, and Jared Perry, a Missouri product who spent time in 49ers training camp last year.
Washington, a third-round pick in the 2003 NFL draft by the Cincinnati Bengals, had his best year last in Baltimore when he racked up 34 catches for 431 yards and two touchdowns. At 6-3, 217, the chiseled 30-year-old Washington is an impressive physical specimen.
Perry, 6-1, 180, went undrafted in the 2010 NFL draft and was cut by the 49ers several days ago. At Missouri, he compiled 137 catches for 1,844 yards and 13 touchdowns playing at time alongside Jeremy Maclin and Martin Rucker.
-- Posted by Bo Wulf, 10:35 a.m., July 29