Chip Kelly has made some major changes to the Eagles' roster over the past few months, adding up to six or eight new starters via the free-agency period and April's draft.
The Eagles will also be employing a healthy offensive line, as well as a new defensive coordinator and a new scheme on the field.
Basically, Kelly's team will look completely different from that of former head coach Andy Reid. He likes versatile players, guys who can play two or more positions (and play them well).
You won't see many formations featuring just one tight end. The backup running back won't collect splinters as he sits on the bench. The offense will be completely different.
Speed is important, but so is power and strength. With that being said, the following slides will highlight 10 players on the team who are due for a breakout season in 2013 (in no particular order).