Attendance At Eagles’ Passing Camp Dwindles With Vick Gone

A “passing camp” that began two weeks ago in Evesham, N.J., drew just two Eagles players to Thursday’s session: third-string quarterback Mike Kafka and wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer. A few other players caught passes from Kafka at Thursday’s session. St. Louis Rams wide receiver Danario Alexander and two undrafted free agents, wide receiver Marcus Harris of Murray State and cornerback Kevin Rutland of Missouri, joined in the workout.

Most of the Eagles’ practices have drawn from six to 12 players, but with quarterback Michael Vick, who started the sessions, now working out with a personal coach in Virginia, attendance has dwindled. Kafka said he believes there won’t be much of a crowd going forward, with offensive skill players dropping in and out. “I know (Vick) has a vision, an idea, of what we want to do as this thing progresses,” Kafka told The Inquirer. “So we’ll see what Mike has to say about it.”

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