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Philadelphia Eagles training camp 2023: Schedule, tickets, location and everything you need to know

The Philadelphia Eagles are coming off one of the best seasons in franchise history. As they look ahead to 2023, the Eagles training camp could be a preview of what’s to come this fall.

Philadelphia experienced its share of losses this season, strengthening the sting of the loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl. However, the Eagles still have one of the best rosters in the NFL and that bodes well for both their 2023 outlook and what fans can expect in training camp.

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Here’s everything you need to know about Philadelphia Eagles training camp 2023.

Philadelphia Eagles training camp schedule

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The 2023 Eagles training camp schedule hasn’t been released. However, the Eagles’ training camp will begin on Tuesday, July 25. Bookmark this page for everything you need to know about the summer practices.

Philadelphia Eagles training camp storylines

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Time for the 2022 Eagles draft class to shine

Philadelphia earned rave reviews for its 2022 draft class. Jordan Davis was viewed as one of the best defensive linemen in the class, linebacker Nakobe Dean was viewed as a first-round talent and offensive linemen Cam Jurgens was viewed as a starting-caliber offensive lineman.

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Jurgens, Davis and Dean combined to play 292 snaps last season, with Davis (224) accounting for a large majority of that and he was only on the field 26 percent of the time defensively. One year later, all three are being asked to play far more important roles.

It’s an opportunity for the young talent to prove itself, especially Jurgens and Dean. They are filling the voids left by impact starters who helped form one of the best offensive lines and defenses in the NFL last year. If they all thrive, the Eagles are the best team in the NFC. If not, there will be far more problems this season.

New coordinators step into the spotlight

The Eagles became the first team since the 1994 San Francisco 49ers to lose both coordinators after reaching the Super Bowl. While the departure of Shane Steichen will have a greater influence than Jonathan Gannon’s exit, both absences will be storylines throughout the upcoming season.

Philadelphia made the smart decision to name Brian Johnson as offensive coordinator. A rising NFL coaching candidate, his relationship with Jalen Hurts and his success with passing offenses speaks for itself. However, Johnson will be challenged with implementing his offense and maintaining one of the most consistent units.

Meanwhile, defensive coordinator Sean Deai will have a lot of talent to work with but must demonstrate his lone as a defensive play-caller (2021, Chicago Bears finished 16th in weighted DVOA) was a reflection of the Bears’ roster. While definitive answers on both coordinators won’t come until the fall, training camp is a critical time for both coaches to implement their systems.

Battle at safety

One of the most fascinating position battles to watch at Eagles training camp will be at safety. Reed Blankenship and Terrell Edmunds are the projected starters, but third-round pick Sydney Brown and veteran K’Von Wallace are absolutely in the mix.

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Edmunds earned a 68.0 PFF coverage grade last season, but struggled against the run and still proven inconsistent in coverage. Blankenship was lights-out coming downhill as a run defender, but there’s still a lot of room for him to improve as a well-rounded safety. How the Eagles’ safeties look this summer will be an early indicator for what’s coming in the regular season.

Eagles’ training camp defined by competition

One of the great things about having a deep roster is the level of competition in creates in training camp. Players like Brown, Kelee Ringo, Nolan Smith, Dan Arnold and Milton Williams might not be starters, but they add crucial depth and the added competition makes everyone on the roster better. While Philadelphia might not have as many position battles as its rivals around the NFL, the talent and youth create more intensity and more entertaining reps in training camp. It’s why the Eagles will be one of the best teams to follow this summer.

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Players to watch during Eagles training camp

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Rashaad Penny, running back

When healthy, Rashaad Penny is one of the best running backs in the NFL. He led the league in true yards per carry (5.4) last season, boasted a 10.5 percent breakaway run rate and he’s always been explosive. With the Seattle Seahawks, he ran for nearly 2,000 yards on just 337 carries with 13 touchdowns and he’ll have an even better offensive line blocking for him in Philadelphia. Spectators at Eagles training camp will see an electrifying player who resembles a Pro Bowl talent. It’s just crucial to keep in mind, Penny has only received 100-plus touches once in five seasons and health will likely always be a barrier standing in the way of his sky-high potential.

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Jalen Carter, defensive tackle

Jalen Carter was the best player in the 2023 NFL Draft class. He draws comparisons to the best defensive tackles in recent memory for a reason, his power and explosiveness at 314 pounds are out of this world. If you just focus on Carter’s on-field skills, he could earn a Pro Bowl selection as a rookie. However, NFL scouts hammered him for his work ethic and inconsistent effort, concerns that were highlighted when he showed up out of shape at Georgia’s Pro Day. If we see the best version of Carter at training camp, the Eagles have a star. However, any reports of him struggling to stay on the practice field or being overweight will be significant concerns.

Cam Jurgens, interior offensive lineman

Following the departure of Isaac Seuomalo, there’s a massive void on the Eagles’ offensive line. Fortunately, it’s one the franchise prepared for. Jurgens, the 51st pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, used his rookie season as a redshirt year. Adding strength and learning from the best offensive line coach in the NFL, are the ingredients for a second-year leap. Jurgens is the player fans will want to keep a close eye on during training camp. If he follows in line with Philadelphia’s long history of success with offensive linemen, the Eagles will have the best offensive line in the NFL.

Nakobe Dean, linebacker

Nakobe Dean was a first-round talent in 2022 who fell due to medical concerns and his size. One thing that can’t be denied, he’s one of the smartest linebackers in football. The 5-foot-11 linebacker is being thrust into the spotlight this year, plugged into the middle of Philadelphia’s linebacker corps. If his athleticism and play recognition carry over into the NFL, the Eagles are set at linebacker for years to come. However, his size remains a concern and that includes a lack of power to take on bigger blockers. Dean is the biggest X-factor for the Eagles’ defense in 2023.

What day does Eagles training camp start?

The Philadelphia Eagles training camp begins on Tuesday, July 25.

Where do the Eagles hold training camp?

The Eagles training camp in 2023 will all be held in Philadelphia, at the NovaCare Center and Lincoln Financial Field.

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Can fans go to Eagles training camp?

Fans are welcome to attend Eagles training camp, but there is a four-ticket limit per household. You can get Eagles training camp tickets from the team’s website, with tickets for the public practice at Lincoln Financial Field available for $10.

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Where do the Philadelphia Eagles train?

The Eagles train at the NovaCare Complex in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The NovaCare facility has multiple practice field, meeting rooms, coaches offices, training rooms, workout rooms and more. You can find the NovaCare Complex at 2 Novacare Way, Philadelphia, PA 19145.

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Where did the Eagles used to have training camp?

The Philadelphia Eagles used to hold training campa t Lehigh University (1996-2012) and West Chester University (1980-1995). While they now hold training camp in Philadelphia, the Eagles used to have training cap in Minnesota (1949-’50), New York (1946-’48) and Wisconsin (1941-’42).

  • 2013-2023: NovaCare Complex – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • 1996-2012: Lehigh University – Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
  • 1980-1995: West Chester Univesity – West Chester, Pennsylvania
  • 1973-1979: Widener University – Chester, Pennsylvania
  • 1968-1972: Albright College – Reading, Pennsylvania
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