Not only is Doug Pederson back at the NovaCare Complex, his quarterbacks coach is as well.
Press Taylor has returned to work after being quarantined following Pederson’s positive COVID test.
Because Taylor was in close quarters with Pederson, he was quarantined away from the NovaCare Complex until a series of tests came back negative and he showed no symptoms.
As with players, it's up to the individual if he chooses to announce whether he actually had the virus or was simply quarantined for being around someone who did.
Although there is a COVID reserve list for players who either test positive or have been in close proximity to someone who has, there is no similar list for coaches, and NFL teams are under no obligation to announce when or if any coaches have either tested positive or have been quarantined without a positive test.
Pederson and Taylor were both sent home from work on Aug. 2. Pederson returned on Wednesday.
Two of the three Eagles who were placed on the COVID reserve list on July 29 - Nate Gerry and Lane Johnson - have returned to the team. That leaves third-year offensive tackle Jordan Mailata as the only known remaining player or coach not currently with the team.
Taylor joined the Eagles as one of Chip Kelly’s offensive quality control coaches in 2013. He became offensive quality control and assistant quarterbacks coach under Pederson in 2016, quarterbacks coach in 2018 and had the passing game coordinator tag added to his title this year.
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