No Shakira. No Black Eyed Peas. No Kanye West.
In addition to having Tom Brady and the New England Patriots lining up on the other side of the ball, Eagles practice was a little different from usual on Tuesday. The loud, up-tempo music that regularly blares overhead during training camp at the NovaCare Complex was missing.
"No music was weird," linebacker DeMeco Ryans said. "It was like, 'Why is it so quiet out here?' "
A testy Chip Kelly became a bit more vocal on the practice field than he typically has been at training camp.
The Eagles offense came to the line of scrimmage in the red zone in an 11-on-11 drill against the Patriots, and rookie receiver Russell Shepard appeared a bit confused when Michael Vick sent him in motion. Shepard reached the end of the offensive line before a frustrated Vick gestured for him to return out wide.