Organized team activities offered the first glimpse of what the Philadelphia Eagles will look like under new head coach Chip Kelly. There was loud music at practices, extensive quarterback competitions and very vague reports to the media.
Kelly has a lot of work to do on both sides of the ball. The offense has no set quarterback, and Kelly will have to figure out which playmakers are worth a spot on the 53-man roster. Meanwhile, the defense likely has six new starters, which should be expected of a unit that surrendered 33 passing touchdowns in 2012.
With limited media access, it has been difficult to learn much about Kelly’s Eagles. But the following five pieces of information have been evident.