The Philadelphia Eagles will use a virtual training facility to simulate football drills during training camp and training camps for the first time since the start of the 2016 season.
The team will use the facility on the field and use the game balls to simulate the play action.
The facility will be part of the Eagles training center and will have an indoor court.
It will be used during games to simulate drills such as the hand-eye coordination drills, the running and passing drills and the tackling drills.
It also will be the team’s primary practice area and training facility.
The Eagles have used a virtual practice facility since the 2012 season when they hosted the Denver Broncos and played them at Lincoln Financial Field in Lincoln, Neb.
The team has used virtual training facilities since 2012, including one for their Super Bowl XLVIII championship run in 2016.
The practice facility will also be used to prepare players for the game.
Players will practice on the virtual field, but not in the practice facility, because it’s not part of an organized team practice.
The training camp will be open to the public on the Eagles’ practice fields.
The Eagles will host open practices and scrimmages on their training facilities as well.
The facilities will not be open for the preseason.
The Philadelphia Eagles are the only team to use a Virtual Fitness facility during training camps, a practice the team said has helped prepare players mentally and physically.
The virtual fitness facility is the team practice facility and the virtual practice field, which is located inside a training complex.
It is also the team training facility and practice field for its preseason practices.
The virtual field is open to all players.
In 2016, the Eagles used a Virtual Recreation Facility on the practice field and practice facilities for their preseason practices, including the preseason opener against the Dallas Cowboys.
The field is closed to the general public, but the practice facilities are open to media and coaches.
The NFL is in the midst of a virtual sports initiative, which began in 2015, to provide an immersive experience for players.
The league is developing a virtual facility for the players to experience and practice in, which will be made available for purchase for fans who are not participating in the program.
The teams use of the virtual facility is a first for the league.
In 2015, the Atlanta Falcons and the New York Giants used virtual facilities for training camp practices.