There's a plan in place, and Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly has no intention of skipping over it. Kelly has a sport science program in place to manage the health of his players, and that means the free agent acquisition DeMarco Murray, who compiled 450 touches in 2014, will have to skip some practices.
The good news for an anxious Murray and Eagles fans attending practice is that he will return to the field on Wednesday, according to Geoff Mosher of CSN Philly.
When Murray first arrived on the scene, running backs coach Duce Staley named him a perfect fit for the offensive scheme. During Murray's missed time in training camp, Ryan Mathews has also proven himself as an excellent fit for the scheme. The backfield could end up resembling a closer split than initially expected between the two free agent additions.
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