He's more concerned with getting situated in Philadelphia and adjusting to the team. Logan is expected to be a valuable member of the defensive line, able to play both nose tackle and end in the team's 3-4 system.
The read option
Even though the Eagles have mixed some read-option into their offense during practice, coach Chip Kelly distanced himself from the suggestion that it's a prominent part of the system.
"If you watch us, we may run two of them in practice," Kelly said.
"It's a tool in the toolbox," he added. "If that situation comes up, you use that tool. If that situation does not come up, we may not use that tool."
Center Jason Kelce said he will not be officially cleared for all activity until the day before training camp, but he has participated in practice this week and looks fully recovered.
Kelce suffered a knee injury in Week 2 last season and underwent surgery in October.
"I'm pretty much done in the training room," he said. "Everything now can be strength- and speed-based."
The Eagles went through the week without defensive tackle Isaac Sopoaga, who was excused because of a death in the family; and tight end James Casey, who was out because of injury. Casey is recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery. . . . Rookie safety Earl Wolff continued to take some snaps with the first-team defense. . . . The highlight of practice was Nick Foles' connecting with DeSean Jackson on a 65-yard touchdown pass.