What to Expect from the Eagles' 2012 Rookie Class in 2013

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What to Expect from the Eagles' 2012 Rookie Class in 2013
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The 2012 Philadelphia Eagles finished just 4-12, losing 11 of their final 12 contests. That led to the firing of long-time head coach Andy Reid, who immediately found new work in Kansas City.

The Eagles brought in University of Oregon coach Chip Kelly, who will be looking to implement a brand-new style of offense. Kelly’s system predicates on explosiveness, speed and a hurry-up offense. The talent to succeed is there in LeSean McCoy, DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin.

Kelly also inherits a strong draft class from last year. The Eagles got fine performances from a lot of their rookies, and that should bode well for the future. The expectations were minimal for the rookies last year, but each will likely play an increased role in 2013.

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