Jeremiah: Intriguing camp battles
Or will he? According to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer, rookie Nick Foles "can push" Kafka for the No. 2 spot in camp. McLane asked coach Andy Reid if Foles stood a chance of upsetting the pecking order.
"Absolutely. They're all in it," Reid said.
The Eagles are impressed with Foles' mechanics, although he's still raw. Coaches, meanwhile, have been working with Kafka's grip, which has improved his velocity.
Kafka doesn't have the strongest arm, but they believe he can run the offense if asked to step in. If Foles shows progress, we could have another interesting quarterback battle on our hands in Philadelphia.