Eagles will practice with Patriots, Jets in August

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The Eagles will spend some time on the practice field with a pair of AFC East teams next month.

The team announced on Tuesday that they will have joint practice sessions with the Patriots and the Jets as they prepare for the 2021 season.

New England will visit the Eagles for workouts on August 16 and August 17 before the two teams play a preseason game at Lincoln Financial Field on August 19. They will then travel to practice with the Jets on August 24 and August 25 ahead of an August 27 game at MetLife Stadium.

That will be one of three visits to MetLife for the Eagles this year. They will be there to play the Giants in Week 12 and will repeat the short trip the next week for a game against the Jets that will have more riding on it than the preseason skirmish.

8 responses to “Eagles will practice with Patriots, Jets in August

  1. Will Lane Johnson be there? That is one week that promises to be about WORK and not FUN.

  2. yeahbut says:
    July 13, 2021 at 11:20 am
    Will Lane Johnson be there? That is one week that promises to be about WORK and not FUN.

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    HAHAHAHA! That’s a good one. What an original statement!!!

  3. I have heard the term “iron sharpens iron” but this appears to be the exact opposite. 3 really bad teams in this grouping.

  4. I am shocked Bill isn’t taking his team to Jacksonville to workout with his buddy Urban.

  5. schism321 says:
    July 13, 2021 at 11:37 am
    yeahbut says:
    July 13, 2021 at 11:20 am
    Will Lane Johnson be there? That is one week that promises to be about WORK and not FUN.

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    HAHAHAHA! That’s a good one. What an original statement!!!

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    Sometimes the joke writes itself, eh? And some jokes never get old (until they do).

  6. I am shocked Bill isn’t taking his team to Jacksonville to workout with his buddy Urban.

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    We do practices based on the preseason opponents. For years it’s typically the giants, whom bill worked with his good friend Tommy Coughlin, the Texans, Titans, and WFT, all teams we have close relationships coaching/front office wise

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