The 2013 Philadelphia Eagles may not lead the NFL in wins, but they should be among the game’s more interesting teams. Chip Kelly brings a new brand of football to the Eagles, one that could revolutionize the league, and one that could fail miserably.
The ensuing summer months will provide the 90 current members on the active roster with the opportunity to showcase their skills for Kelly. Considering the Eagles went 4-12 under Andy Reid last year, no job is safe, and the offseason buzz will be rampant.
Kelly has been trying offensive players at defensive positions, which certainly makes life interesting. Along with the ongoing quarterback controversy and the allure of a high-speed offense, the Eagles should be well-covered in the news. The following are the top news stories thus far from the offseason.