Aaron DobsonFrom watching nine training camp practices, it was pretty obvious the Patriots had acquired some special receiving talent during the offseason. But the real test would come when the wideouts were put up against opposition from another team. From the sound of things, they’re passing with flying colors during their first joint practice with the Eagles.

Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald, Nick Underhill of MassLive.com, Mike Tanier of Sports on Earth and Mike Giardi of Comcast Sports Net have all sent out tweets praising the Patriots’ receivers for beating the Eagles’ defenders handily during 1-on-1 and 7-on-7 drills.

Check out their reports below. [tweet https://twitter.com/jeffphowe/status/364797807766413313 align=center] [tweet https://twitter.com/jeffphowe/status/364796708368031744 align=center] [tweet https://twitter.com/jeffphowe/status/364796537534038016 align=center] [tweet https://twitter.com/Nick_Underhill/status/364796514834452482 align=center] [tweet https://twitter.com/Nick_Underhill/status/364796165386014722 align=center] [tweet https://twitter.com/MikeGiardi/status/364795607803641856 align=center] [tweet https://twitter.com/MikeTanier/status/364799440210509827 align=center] [tweet https://twitter.com/Nick_Underhill/status/364801077775839232 align=center] [tweet https://twitter.com/jeffphowe/status/364801456068497408 align=center]

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