Philadelphia Eagles football under Chip Kelly will be significantly different than the 14 years spent under Andy Reid. Already, training camp has been relocated from Lehigh University. Kelly will be implementing a new hurry-up offense that means running close to 80 offensive plays per game.
Kelly has yet to announce his starting quarterback, and much of the defensive positions could be up for grabs considering the team went just 4-12 in 2012. The Eagles finished last in the NFC East a year ago, so Kelly will have his work cut out for him.
The first several days of minicamp won’t reveal any pressing information, it’s just an opportunity for the veterans and rookies alike to begin walkthroughs and simulations of plays while learning a new offensive system. The following five takeaways appear most evident thus far.