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Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Carson Wentz talks about rejoining team drills as the Eagles regular season approaches.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles DE Brandon Graham is coming off PUP Monday, per sources. He played Super Bowl LII with a high ankle sprain and has been recovering from offseason surgery. Able to practice once again, he'll work to get in football shape with the regular season approaching.

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1dTim McManus

Eagles' Wentz splitting first-team time with Foles

The Eagles are ramping up Carson Wentz's practice load again. The quarterback is participating in 11-on-11 drills while sharing first-team responsibilities with Nick Foles.

Pederson: Evaluating Wentz in full-speed drills is 'big' (0:54)

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Nick Foles will practice today, according to coach Doug Pederson. Wentz will take part in 11-on-11 and split first-team reps with Foles.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The Eagles are the best team in the NFL, per ESPN's Football Power Index. Changes to the vig on Philadelphia's season win total earlier this offseason bumped the defending champs over New England. However, the Patriots (17%) and Steelers (13%) remain more likely to win the Super Bowl than the Eagles (13%) because there are fewer contenders in the AFC. Note: these numbers were run before AJ McCarron's injury, which will affect the Bills' rating.

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2dChris Mortensen

Sources: Wentz set to resume 11-on-11 work

Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz will resume 11-on-11 team work when the defending Super Bowl champions return to practice Sunday, team sources told ESPN's Chris Mortensen.

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4dMike Reiss

Missed connection: Brady, Foles finally meet up

Tom Brady and Nick Foles connected after Thursday night's preseason game between the Patriots and Eagles, and both shot down the notion that the Pats' QB had snubbed the Super Bowl MVP back in February.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Tom Brady met Nick Foles at midfield for a handshake and embrace after the game. Before he made it to Foles, Brady shook Malcolm Jenkins' hand.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

The health of QB Nick Foles is the No. 1 issue for the Eagles coming off their preseason game against the Patriots. He left in the second quarter with what the team described as a shoulder strain. He grabbed his throwing arm after DE Adrian Clayborn hit him mid-throw from his blindside. With Carson Wentz's status still up in the air for Week 1, the Eagles need Foles to be available.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles QB Nate Sudfeld showing why the coaching staff is excited about him. He's had several pretty throws against the Patriots, including a TD pass under pressure to TE Richard Rodgers, and a dime down the sideline to WR Shelton Gibson from his own end zone.

Embiid flies to Foxborough for Eagles' preseason game (0:57)
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4dTim McManus

Source: Foles has minor strain, should be fine

Eagles QB Nick Foles suffered a minor shoulder strain during Thursday's preseason game against the Patriots. A source told ESPN that it's unsure if he'll miss any time.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles whistled twice (S Rodney McLeod, LB Nigel Bradham) for lowering the helmet infractions in first quarter. This is going to be a big adjustment for defensive players.

Plane trolls Patriots about Eagles' Super Bowl win (0:20)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Tom Brady made a rare pre-game trip to the field and spoke briefly with Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz, took a few tosses and then signed a few autographs on his way back to the locker room. Brady seldom goes through that type of pre-game routine; perhaps he was looking for Nick Foles.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles is in the building. His first action since the Super Bowl comes, fittingly, against the Patriots. (Photo courtesy of Mike Reiss)

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4dTim McManus

Wentz throwing ball harder than before ACL injury

Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz is throwing the ball harder than he was prior to tearing the ACL and LCL in his left knee, according to data collected by the team. Wentz had time to strengthen his upper body during his rehab.

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5dTim McManus

Foles: Brady handshake snub 'not a big deal'

Nick Foles isn't sweating the fact that Tom Brady never shook his hand after the Eagles' win over the Patriots in Super Bowl LII and he doesn't see it as an unresolved issue.

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