The Eagles on Friday open a three-day rookie minicamp at the NovaCare Complex. They have invited seven players to try out:
Blaze Caponegro, LB - Temple, 6-1, 225
The Allenwood, N.J. native recorded 45 tackles with a fumble recovery in 2013, his senior season at Temple. After being redshirted in 2009, Caponegro played in 33 games in four years at Temple, finishing with 110 tackles and three sacks.
Jamie Childers, TE - Coastal Carolina, 6-5, 250
In 2012, the Rams signed Childers to a three-year deal as an undrafted free agent. He played in one preseason game with St. Louis before being cut. The Giants had Childers in training camp last season, but released him on Aug. 26. In college, he played both quarterback and tight end.
Ryan Donohue, LB - Connecticut, 6-0, 239
Donohue started seven games -- played in 11 games -- last season with the Huskies, finishing with 28 tackles. He began his college career at Maryland and transferred to UConn in 2011.
Anthony Larry, LB - Eastern Washington, 6-3, 250
Larry had 61 tackles, 5.5 sacks and nine tackles for a loss in his senior season at Eastern Washington in 2013 after sitting out the 2012 season because of academics. He was a hybrid defensive end/outside linebacker in college.
Mackey MacPherson, C - Syracuse, 6-2, 290
MacPherson, who served as team captain at Syracuse, made the 2013 All-ACC second team after starting 13 games with the Orange. He played in 12 games as a freshman, then started every game in his final three years at Syracuse.
Davon Morgan, DB - Virginia Tech, 6-0, 196
Morgan, who played four years at Virginia Tech from 2006-2010, has spent the last two years playing defensive back for the Richmond Raiders in the Professional Indoor Football League. At VT, Morgan was an All-ACC safety.
Baker Steinkuhler, DT - Nebraska, 6-6, 290
Steinkuhler, whose father, Dean Steinkuhler, was a first-round pick by the Houston Oilers in 1984 and played eight years in the NFL, attended the Houston Texans’ minicamp last year but didn’t attend training camp. He played in 51 games, starting 28, at Nebraska from 2009-2012.