Eagles minicamp observations: Do not forget about Kelee Ringo.

The Eagles began their three-day obligatory minicamp on Tuesday with a 1 hour, 5-minute practice in the June sun. Nick Sirianni's first obligatory minicamp in four years as Eagles head coach ends Thursday. The squad will rest until late July, when they report for training camp.  

Today's practice observations and notes: 1. The Eagles had great Tuesday attendance. Only one player was absent, Landon Dickerson, who was excused.  

James Bradberry made his field debut Tuesday in a reporter-watched practice. Bradberry had a bad day. He was injured during position drills and missed team practice. Bradberry, 30, watched the session without a helmet after leaving the medical tent.  

Check your Yahoo privacy settings for social networking and third-party content blocking. Sirianni announced Bradberry will play some safety on Tuesday before practice, but we never saw it.  

Sydney Brown (ACL) isn't practicing. After working out on a side field, he watched most practice. On IR, Le'Raven Clark watched practice on a Roll-A-Bout with a walking boot on his right leg. Unknown injury plagued receiver Jacob Harris, a spectator.  

Notes on offensive depth chart: • Mekhi Becton played left guard for the Eagles without Dickerson. Early on, many saw Becton as a left tackle-only player. But Eagles OL coach Jeff Stoutland praised Becton's versatility, which we've seen.  

He was the first-team guard on Tuesday and played right tackle in OTAs. The first-team offensive line (left to right): Becton, Cam Jurgens, Tyler Steen, Lane Johnson.  

DeVonta Smith skipped the two days of OTAs available to reporters, so this was his first appearance this spring. He and A.J. Brown are the WR starters, followed by a rotation. Parris Campbell was certainly next on Tuesday.  

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