The Eagles announced on Saturday that former safety Brian Dawkins is joining the teams scouting department.
Dawkins is the recipient of the NFL’s Nunn-Wooten Scouting Fellowship, a new initiative in the league meant to introduce former players into NFL scouting. Following the announcement, the Eagles' legend was in attendance as the team strapped on full pads for the first time this summer.
Eagles starting quarterback Sam Bradford looked sharp in 11-on-11 team drills this morning. On one play, Bradford faked a handoff to Darren Sproles from the shotgun, dropped back two steps, then floated a perfect pass 40-yards down the middle of the field to Nelson Agholor, who was running a “double-move” route.