Philadelphia is back on the practice field for OTAs, signaling the beginning of Phase 3 of the NFL’s offseason plan.

Wednesday was Day 2 of the practice sessions, with four more scheduled days before the mandatory minicamp from June 4-6, the first under fourth-year head coach Nick Sirianni.

No live contact is permitted during OTAs, but full-team segments are allowed, along with seven-on-seven work. It marks the first opportunity for rookies to share the field with veterans for practices as Kellen Moore and Vic Fangio move to the onfield portion of installing their schemes.

With Day 2 completed, here are highlights from the session.

John Clark


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