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Tweetcap: Kelly On Sanchez, Barkley & More

Head coach Chip Kelly spoke to the media prior to Monday's open practice at Lincoln Financal Field. Here are the highlights, courtesy of @EaglesInsider ...

On using Brad Smith and Jordan Matthews in slot, Chip Kelly says there's a size advantage vs. smaller nickel CBs & importance of blocking. — Eagles Insider (@EaglesInsider) July 28, 2014

Kelly: No one's going to play us two-deep because then we'll just run the ball. — Eagles Insider (@EaglesInsider) July 28, 2014

Kelly on difficulty of rookie WRs making impact: Coverages they see in college are much different, rookies have to beat press man. — Eagles Insider (@EaglesInsider) July 28, 2014

Kelly: We're looking to improve in every aspect, being more efficient at every level. — Eagles Insider (@EaglesInsider) July 28, 2014

Kelly doesn't agree that Matt Barkley is throwing with more velocity, says Barkley threw well in the spring. — Eagles Insider (@EaglesInsider) July 28, 2014

Kelly not concerned with "hype" around Jordan Matthews ... Compares hype surrounding Draft to hype of signing day in college. — Eagles Insider (@EaglesInsider) July 28, 2014

Kelly: Maclin's been really good ... Just a matter of him getting timing back, physically he's been impressive. — Eagles Insider (@EaglesInsider) July 28, 2014

Kelly: Malcolm Jenkins has done a great job of being decisive on field, being a leader in the locker room ... He's really fit in. — Eagles Insider (@EaglesInsider) July 28, 2014

Coach Kelly on @MalcolmJenkins: "He's been a great leader in the locker room and meeting rooms... he adds a lot of stability." — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) July 28, 2014

Kelly on Sanchez: I think he's healthy now ... Had 3 OCs with NYJ, picking up 4th system very quickly ... Has been very sharp last few days. — Eagles Insider (@EaglesInsider) July 28, 2014

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