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The New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles are holding their second and final joint practice together on Tuesday in Pennsylvania. Get live updates, photo/video highlights, and more from reporters in attendance in our own live tracker below.

Click here for a recap of Monday’s joint practice.

  • Takeaways

    11:30 a.m.: Practice is over after about an hour and 20 minutes, a shorter session for the Patriots and Eagles. Here are the big takeaways from reporters in attendance, via Twitter.

  • Mac Jones Throws Bad Interception, But Bounces Back In Team Drills

    10:45 a.m.: Based on multiple reports out of joint practice, Mac Jones threw an interception in 7-on-7 team drills, and it was a bad one. Intended for tight end Devin Asiasi up the seam, the play sounds like it was never there for Jones.

    However, according to Zack Cox, Jones bounced back and completed his final 10 passes in a row in 7-on-7s. Jones’ ability to respond well to adversity and mistakes has become a theme in training camp and the preseason. Cam Newton, meanwhile, went 11-of-12 with the starters in the same period, with his only incompletion a drop by receiver Kristian Wilkerson.

  • Patriots, Eagles Linemen/Linebackers Square Off 1-on-1

    10:40 a.m.: Thanks to Andrew Callahan of the Boston Herald, we have some results from 1-on-1 drills between the offensive linemen and defensive front-seven players for the Patriots and Eagles.

    Patriots guard Mike Onwenu won both of his reps, as did linebacker Josh Uche against the Eagles’ O-line. Callahan credited veteran star pass-rusher Brandon Graham with a close win over Pats tackle Trent Brown.

  • Agholor Catches From Cam

    10:35 a.m.: Here’s a shot of wideout Nelson Agholor catching a pass from Cam Newton in individual drills, via Mike Giardi of the NFL Network.

  • Receivers Work The End Zone

    10:20 a.m.: NESN’s Zack Cox was able to capture almost every Patriots wide receiver working through an individual drill, catching passes from Brian Hoyer on an in-cut in the end zone. N’Keal Harry, Jakobi Meyers, and Kendrick Bourne are among the wideouts featured in this clip.

  • Rookie RB Rhamondre Stevenson Gets To Work

    10:10 a.m: Check out the below video from ESPN’s Mike Reiss to see Patriots rookie running back Rhamondre Stevenson in action. The Patriots are into the individual drills portion of practice, with the Eagles starting later.

  • Player Absences

    10 a.m.: According to Evan Lazar of CLNS Media, the following Patriots players were not spotted at the start of practice:

    DB Myles Bryant
    DT Lawrence Guy
    LB Anfernee Jennings
    CB Jonathan Jones
    TE Matt LaCosse
    WR Tre Nixon

    Tight ends Hunter Henry and Troy Fumagalli are present, but Fumagalli appears to be a non-participant (along with Jonnu Smith) while Henry’s level of participation is unclear to this point. If Henry can’t practice in full, Devin Asiasi will be the Patriots’ only healthy tight end.

  • Jonnu Smith Still Not Practicing

    9:45 a.m.: Patriots tight end Jonnu Smith is present at practice again on Tuesday, but remains out of uniform. He’s nursing a reported ankle sprain and appears very unlikely to play in Thursday’s preseason game.

  • Agholor Gets To Work Early

    9:28 a.m.: As most Patriots players are still arriving to the field, wide receiver Nelson Agholor is already out there working with the JUGS machine, catching passes.

  • Catching Up

    9:20 a.m.: Patriots head coach Bill Belichick was spotted early in Tuesday’s practice catching up with Mike Lombardi, who is a special guest in Philly on Tuesday. Lombardi previously worked in the front office for both the Patriots and the Eagles.