Eagles looking to capitalize on fully healthy nucleus
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.- With sights set on their second Super Bowl in the last three years, the Philadelphia Eagles know one thing it true; it will take a balanced attack to get back to the highest level.
With the offense getting a face lift with the additions of running back Jordan Howard and wide receiver DeSean Jackson, Philly has a great cohort to put some points on the board. Two skill position players who have been making an impact at camp so far; both 2019 second-round draft picks, wide receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside and running Miles Sanders.
The Birds, who were ravaged by injuries in 2018-19, enter the season fully healthy with their first preseason game set to take place on August 8th against the Tennessee Titans.