The Philadelphia Eagles have a healthy competition going on at wide receiver, and second year receiver Josh Huff is playing himself into a key role. For the majority of training camp practices, Huff has lined up with the first team offense at split end across from prized free agent acquisition, cornerback Byron Maxwell. According to Maxwell, Huff has what it takes.

"Just go and do it. Be who they think you are. Be who you think you are," Maxwell said he told Huff, per the Philadelphia Daily Inquirer. "That's really what I'm trying to get to him because he's got all the tools. He can do it."

Huff missed Tuesday's practice and rookie Nelson Agholor stepped in for him. He was back at it Wednesday. He will need to stay healthy in order to hold off the impressive rookie Agholor.

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(h/t Philadelphia Daily Inquirer)