It wasn't a revelation.
But Eagles fifth-r0und pick Ed Reynolds on Thursday got a serious taste of how much faster NFL practices are in person than they are on face time.
|Face time a drag compared to real thing.|
"I left here with
the full playbook," Stanford product Reynolds said. "I can watch meetings, go through all the installs. I had
time where I face-timed Coach (John) Lovett, my defensive backs coach and the special
teams coach once or twice a week just to go over it if I had any questions
about anything. But it’s
completely different once you step out there on the field and everything is
moving a lot faster like when you’re going through the slides. So today was fun, the
first time back out there. But definitely a little farther
than behind the other guys just with the mental reps of being out there and
going through it."
Reynolds had been unable to practice due to NCAA rules.
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