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Camp Confidential: Justice Serves the World

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    Winston Justice doing what he does against rookie Brandon Graham.

    Eagles tackle Winston Justice is a hulking man at 6-foot-6 and 320-pounds but he is trying to be an even bigger person off the field.

    “I’m just trying to take care of the world -- just trying to do my part,” Justice said following a practice at Lehigh.

    Eagles' Justice Brings Hope to Haiti

    [PHI] Eagles' Justice Brings Hope to Haiti
    Offensive tackle Winston Justice went to Haiti to help build an orphanage.

    The USC alum has a solar backpack iPod charger and drives a hybrid Prius but he doesn’t stop there in trying to make planet earth a better place.

    “It’s little steps but hopefully it makes a difference.”

    Eagles Tackle Winston Justice Talks Kolb, Offensive Line

    [PHI] Eagles Tackle Winston Justice Talks Kolb, Offensive Line
    Offensive tackle Winston Justice talks about concerns over this year's offensive line and starting QB Kevin Kolb's leadership skill.s

    The Eagles starting right tackle is driven by his faith to help out. He even spent part of his off-season bringing relief to earthquake-devastated Haiti.

    “I just went down (to Haiti) to serve because I’m a Christian and Jesus says to serve -- so I went down there to serve.”

    “It was eye opening,” the USC alum said. “Here in the United States everything is a lot easier… we really take for granted how much we are blessed.”

    And Justice uses his faith to drive him on the field to the point where some Eagles fans see a Pro Bowl nod in his near future.

    “I’m just trying to glorify God every play I have out there,” he said. “I know that if that’s my first goal that everything else will work out fine.”

    Each day of Eagles training camp NBCPhiladelphia.com will focus on different Bird trying to soar at Lehigh.