Still, overall, the Eagles likely felt pleased by what they saw from Jalen Hurts on Monday. The quarterback has gotten better each day of camp so far, and considering this is his first training camp as the starter, that has to be encouraging for the coaches.
The story said the biggest improvement was Hurts' intermediate throws. That was a change from what reporters have seen so far from him in camp. Hurts has mostly been either checking the ball down or going deep. On Monday, however, Hurts had no issue completing passes in the middle of the field. Hurts sits at 10th in our rankings and should be available around the middle of drafts for owners who want to wait.