Patriots vs Eagles Recap: Cam Newton, Mac Jones shine; Jalen Hurts sent to hospital | CBS Sports HQ

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Full recap on everything you need to know about the Patriots-Eagles preseason matchup on Thursday.

#NFL #Eagles #Patriots #MacJones #JalenHurts

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