The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that the Eagles offense is off to a slow start so far in camp:
The Eagles set a franchise record for points a year ago and still focused the majority of their attention in the off-season on an offensive makeover. At least during the Lehigh University portion of training camp, the alterations have not been all that pretty. It’s well-documented that the Eagles have had all sorts of problems getting their projected starting offensive line on the field, but the source of offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg’s frustration goes beyond that part of things. “This camp is coming to an end, but when we get back to [the NovaCare Complex], we are still in training-camp mode,” Mornhinweg said. “We have a long way left. We have a lot of learning, a lot of hitting left. We need it. We’re not quite there yet on offense in many aspects, and we have a lot of hard work and preparation left ahead of us.”
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