The Eagles passed out a few new titles, and added some new faces to their scouting department.
The team announced the moves Monday, mostly for staff already on hand.
It was right in the lights, Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. “Chris would have caught it if it wasn’t in the lights. He was going to his right and he got a great jump on it and tracked it. It just went right into the lights and never came out and he just had to kind or estimate where the ball was coming out and just got a glove on it and couldn’t handle it. It’s a tough break.”
Sam Bradford was given the day off because Sam Bradford, and veteran backup Mike Glennon left practice early after getting sick on the field. That left either the first-round pick or undrafted rookie quarterback Chad Kanoff, so it fell to Rosen.
“He was good,” veteran guard Justin Pugh said. “I was surprised at how well he did with the limited amount of time that he’s spent here so far.
“The first thing I told him was, ‘Take command of the huddle. This is your huddle.’ He did a good job. I was impressed with what he did today.”
Coach Steve Wilks said Rosen “looked great” in the work, and having actual players around him instead of tryout players from rookie minicamp certainly helped him.
“He stepped in the huddle and had a lot of pizzazz,” left tackle D.J. Humphries said. “He didn’t seem like he was choked up at all. Voice didn’t crack none. He wasn’t talking low. He was excited. He was asserting himself into the huddle, and I was pretty excited to see that.”