If all goes as planned, it'll have been 357 days between games for Brandon Graham when he takes the field in Week 1.
Graham, before his Super Bowl heroics and before he was an All-American at Michigan,
was just a student at Crocket High School. Though the school shut its doors in 2012
the old building was just a 10-minute drive from Ford Field.
It's a double-whammy that excites Graham: a trying rehab process that now has
him ready to play in his 13th NFL season and a "road trip" that is anything but.
"Duce looked good. Duce is being Duce. I miss his voice,
Graham said of Staley, who played for the Eagles from 1997 to 2003
and coached in Philly from 2011 to 2020. Staley rose from special teams quality control
coach in 2011 under Andy Reid to RB coach in 2013 under Chip Kelly
and assistant head coach (while continuing RB duties) in 2018 under Doug Pederson.
Just Graham and Jason Kelce remain as figures who are in their fourth era of Eagles football.
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