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Watch: Brandon Graham is hilarious mic'd up in win over Redskins

Watch: Brandon Graham is hilarious mic'd up in win over Redskins

There's a lot to unpack in this mic'd up video of Brandon Graham during the week 1 win over the Washington Redskins on Sunday.

Does the Super Bowl 52 hero really want a Popeye's chicken sandwich in the middle of a football game? Extra spicy.

It certainly appears like he's desperately searching for one.

And maybe he should get one of those mouthpieces with the little chord so you can just strap it to your helmet. Then he wouldn't spend half the game lookin for it.

Anyway, this video once again proves that more guys should be mic'd up during sporting events. Let's go.

A look at the Eagles' roster by the numbers!

A look at the Eagles' roster by the numbers!

How many Eagles are left from the Super Bowl team? How many players on the roster weren't drafted? How many new players are on the roster?

So many questions! And we have answers!

Here’s a look at the Eagles' roster By the Numbers!

There are only 24 players on the 53-man roster who played in the Super Bowl just 18 months ago. There are only 11 players left who played under Chip Kelly — including Vinny Curry and DeSean Jackson, who returned this year — and there are only six left who played under Andy Reid.

The 53-man roster includes:

• Eight 1st-round picks
• Twelve 2nd-round picks
• Five 3rd-round picks
• Seven 4th-round picks
• Five 5th-round picks
• Six 6th-round picks
• One 7th-round pick
• 11 undrafted players  

There are 17 players on the roster who weren’t with the Eagles last year. That’s nearly a third of the roster. Of those 17, four are rookie draft picks, seven were signed as free agents, four were acquired in trades and two are undrafted rookies.

 There are 25 players on the roster who were originally drafted by the Eagles, including 14 of their 18 draft picks over the last three years  but nobody from the 2014 draft. Here’s a breakdown of the last 10 drafts and how many players remain:

• 2010: 1 of 13 picks
• 2011: 1 of 11 picks
• 2012: 2 of 9 picks
• 2013: 2 of 8 picks
• 2014: 0 of 7 picks
• 2015: 1 of 6 picks
• 2016: 4 of 8 picks [including Jalen Mills, who is on PUP]
• 2017: 5 of 8 picks
• 2018: 5 of 5 picks
• 2019: 4 of 5 picks

The only players the Eagles have drafted over the last three years who are no longer here are 4th-round pick Donnel Pumphrey, 5th-round pick Shelton Gibson and 6th-round pick Elijah Qualls from 2017 and 2019 5th-round pick Clayton Thorson.

Thorson is the Eagles’ first fifth-round pick to be released after his rookie training camp since safety C.J. Gaddis in 2007. The last quarterback the Eagles drafted that never played for them was 1995 fourth-round pick Dave Barr.

Pumphrey is the Eagles’ first fourth-round pick to never play a snap in an Eagles uniform since Scott Peters, a center they drafted out of Arizona State in 2002. The last running back the Eagles took in the first five rounds that never played in a game for the Eagles was 1992 second-round pick Siran Stacy.

The roster as it stood Sunday morning included:

• 3 quarterbacks
• 4 running backs
• 5 wide receivers
• 2 tight ends
• 10 offensive linemen
• 6 defensive ends
• 4 defensive tackles
• 6 linebackers
• 5 cornerbacks
• 5 safeties
• 3 specialists

The roster includes three players who weren’t here when training camp began — Josh McCown, Rudy Ford and Johnathan Cyprien.

• Tallest Eagle: Jordan Mailata, 6-8
• Shortest Eagle: Darren Sproles, 5-6
• Oldest Eagle: Josh McCown, 40
• Youngest Eagle: Nate Herbig, 21
• Lightest Eagle: Jake Elliott, 167 pounds
• Heaviest Eagle: Jordan Mailata, 346 pounds

Four guys on the roster have played at least 100 games in an Eagles uniform: Jason Peters (127), Brandon Graham (127), Jason Kelce (110) and Fletcher Cox (109).

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Eagles training camp observations, Day 3: Some big hits on first day with pads

Eagles training camp observations, Day 3: Some big hits on first day with pads

Training camp started with the first practice on Thursday … but it really started today.

On a steamy Saturday morning, the Eagles had their pads on for the first time this summer and now it’s really football season. The Eagles didn’t go live (tackling to the ground) on Saturday, but had what they call “thud” sessions. It’s still way more physical than what they’ve been doing.

Let’s get to the obs:

1. We’ll start with some big hits because it seemed like a few defensive players were pretty happy to have those pads on. One of them was Andrew Sendejo. The veteran safety had the first big hit of the summer, when he knocked Josh Adams to the ground. Adams actually outweighs Sendejo by 15 pounds, but he still went flying.

2. But the biggest hit of the day belonged to former CFL linebacker Alex Singleton, who obliterated running back Boston Scott after a screen pass. This time of year there are several numbers that are duplicated on offense and defense. One of them is 49. Guess which players wear that number. Yup, Singleton and Scott. A little 49-on-49 crime.

3. A little shuffle at cornerback today. Still without Jalen Mills and Ronald Darby, the Eagles' starters in their base package were Rasul Douglas and Sidney Jones. Avonte Maddox came on as the nickel corner. Before this, Maddox was a starter and would slide inside in nickel. So it seems like they definitely like him inside.

4. Jones has already made a few big plays this summer. Today, he had a juggling interception on a ball that was slightly underthrown to Mack Hollins. It was a really impressive play for Jones, who has been making them often so far. We’re seeing that talent that would have made him a first-rounder before that Achilles injury in 2017.

5. Vinny Curry got in the backfield on consecutive snaps during 11-on-11s to blow up plays. After both, he celebrated with some dancing. Curry brought some energy today. Without Michael Bennett and Chris Long, getting a productive Curry this season would really be helpful. 

6. Carson Wentz didn’t have a great day and he threw his first interception of camp. Kamu Grugier-Hill did a nice job reading him and dropped into the passing lane to pick off the ball.

7. The Eagles’ offense opened up in 12 personnel again today and the first pass was a short one to Dallas Goedert. They’ve been running a lot of plays so far this summer that seem to be designed to get the ball in Goedert’s hands quickly.

8. During 1-on-1 receiver vs. DB drills, the defensive backs started off really strong. First, Rasul Douglas had a strong pass breakup against Alshon Jeffery; Douglas pushed back to the ball. Then, Jones had tight coverage on DeSean Jackson and the ball fell incomplete. Then, Malcolm Jenkins got beat off the line by Nelson Agholor, but recovered and stretched out his hands to make sure the pass wasn’t completed. The first completion came on the fourth rep, a pass to JJ Arcega-Whiteside in front of Jeremiah McKinnon.

9. Brandon Graham got what would have been a sack during 11-on-11s. He got in the backfield in a hurry. Remember, this time last year he was still getting over an ankle injury that lingered into the season. It’s a big deal for him to be healthy right now.

10. Saw some nice snaps out of Hassan Ridgeway today. It’s hard to judge linemen until the pads come on, but I see why the Eagles liked him. He might be a decent interior depth guy.

Stupid Observation of the Day: After wearing a black visor for the first two days of training camp, Doug Pederson switched it up today.

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