Carli Lloyd Drills Impressive 55-Yard Field Goal at Eagles Practice

Carli Lloyd celebrates during the ceremony on the steps of City Hall after the ticker tape parade down Broadway and through the Canyon of Heroes after Team USA's 2019 FIFA World Cup Championship title

Carli Lloyd Drills Impressive 55-Yard Field Goal at Eagles Practice

Lloyd, a two-time World Cup victor with the US national soccer team, visited Eagles practice on Tuesday.

Now, Bleacher Report called this a 55-yard field goal - and she may very well have made one from that distance - but this one was from 32 yards. She's not the only US Women's National Team member with a connection to the NFL team. Again, though, she kicked it through with plenty of room to spare.

The 37-year-old nailed multiple field goal attempts on National Football League uprights with plenty of room to spare on each attempt.

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Lloyd's talents come as no surprise considering she's a two-time World Cup champion, two-time Olympic gold medalist and a two-time FIFA Player of the Year.

In a video she posted to Twitter on Tuesday, Lloyd said it was awesome to visit the Eagles and that she's looking forward to the season.

In the video, Lloyd said she was "really impressed with all these guys".

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She sits joint-eighth in all-time Women's World Cup goals with 10 over the course of her sterling career.

It clearly doesn't matter the shape of the ball when it comes to Carli Lloyd's kick.

At the time the Texans were being featured on the HBO series "Hard Knocks", with Lloyd making a cameo for a kicking competition with now-retired defensive lineman and a man not known for his kicking abilities, Vince Wilfork.

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