Eagles HC Nick Sirianni on using rock, paper, scissors to learn a draft prospects competitiveness

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The Eagles will be a team built on core principles and competition, with head coach Nick Sirianni using anything to gauge your spirit.

During his Wednesday zoom meeting, Philadelphia’s new head coach reference playing games like rock, paper, scissors to determine just how competitive a player or top draft prospect truly is.

Sirianni is a ball of energy and if that drive and love for football can translate into good communication and coaching skills, the Eagles could have the nucleus for instant success.

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