Carli Lloyd of the U.S. Women's National Team is making yet another sport look easy. The two-time FIFA Player of the Year, Olympian and a two-time World Cup champion joined the Philadelphia Eagles at their practice and got some kicks in herself. 

Lloyd, a dedicated Eagles fan, joined the team at their practice earlier this week and easily put away a few 40-yard field goals. 

What did you expect? She's a World Champion.@CarliLloyd |#FlyEaglesFlypic.twitter.com/kIwHOABMKa

— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles)August 20, 2019

But that wasn't it: Lloyd effortlessly sent the ball flying 55 yards through an extra narrow set of goalposts.  

Now that we have your attention, here’s a 55-yarder!pic.twitter.com/7k2WeQNUso

— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles)August 20, 2019

Lloyd thanked Eagles kicker Jake Elliott and Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker for the tips. "I'm really impressed with all these guys," Lloyd said in a video she posted Tuesday. "It's awesome to be here. Really looking forward to the season."

Thank you to the@Eagles for having me out! Thanks to@JustinTuck@jake_elliott22@MayorRandyBrown for the good time and tips! #55ydpic.twitter.com/owZ16f46Th

— Carli Lloyd (@CarliLloyd)August 20, 2019

The impressive kick even caught the attention of Pro Football Hall of Famer Gil Brandt, who said he would give Lloyd "an honest tryout." 

"Honestly, I don't think it will be long before we see a woman break through this NFL barrier," Brandt wrote in a tweet. "I'd give her an honest tryout if I were, say, the Bears.”

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.https://t.co/pyIlIY6Jxv

— Gil Brandt (@Gil_Brandt)August 20, 2019

Lloyd is coming off her second World Cup win with the U.S. Women's National Team. She scored three goals in the 2019 World Cup. 

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