McNabb likes new Eagles faces as camp opens

July 27, 2009 4:48:23 PM PDT
One day into his 11th NFL training camp, Donovan McNabb is sounding like a coach. After Philadelphia reached its fifth NFC championship game in eight years last season, the Eagles added several players to boost an offense that seems to perpetually rely on McNabb and running back Brian Westbrook.

The Eagles drafted receiver Jeremy Maclin, running back LeSean McCoy and tight end Cornelius Ingram. Maclin scored 33 touchdowns in a two-year career at Missouri, McCoy rushed for almost 1,500 yards last season at Pitt, while Ingram was Florida's top tight end before missing last season with a knee injury.

All three are talented, explosive and young. McNabb says it remains to be seen if they can do what they did in college in the NFL.

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