It's starting to look like the Philadelphia Eagles have finally decided on their starting right guard. Although the coaches haven't made announced a final decision, Andrew Gardner continues to work with the first team offense at right guard.

According to beat reporter Jeff McLane, when the Eagles kicked off team drills during Thursday's practice, it was Gardner with the first team and he stuck there for all of the first team snaps.

During the Eagles' spring practices, Gardner impressed offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland. The Eagles mixed and matched at right guard for a while, but Gardner has practiced with the first team several practices in a row. Gardner started six games at guard in 2014, but his performance was underwhelming.

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