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Carli Lloyd Makes 55-Yard Field Goal at Eagles Practice

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Carli Lloyd Makes 55-Yard Field Goal at Eagles Practice

Carli Lloyd Makes 55-Yard Field Goal at Eagles Practice

Carli Lloyd Makes 55-Yard Field Goal at Eagles Practice .

The Women's World Cup champion showed off her leg in front of some NFL stars.

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Lloyd made a 40-yard and 55-yard field goal .

At a joint practice between the Philadelphia Eagles and Baltimore Ravens on Tuesday.

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The videos, shared by Lloyd and the Eagles on social media, went viral.

Thank you to the @Eagles for having me out!

Thanks to @JustinTuck @jake_elliott22 @MayorRandyBrown for the good time and tips!

#55yd , Carli Lloyd, via Twitter.

Gil Brandt, the former vice president of player personnel for the Dallas Cowboys, was impressed by the videos.

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Honestly, I don't think it will be long before we see a woman break through this NFL barrier.

I'd give her an honest tryout if I were, say, the Bears.

, Gil Brandt, via Twitter.

The Chicago Bears former kicker, Cody Parkey, struggled last season.

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Parkey missed a game-winning kick by hitting the upright and the crossbar against the Eagles in the 2019 NFL playoffs

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