The offseason is over. Football is back. Training camp is finally here.
For the Philadelphia Eagles, the 2013 season will be about erasing the painful memories from 2012.
We all know what happened. The Eagles were expected to rebound from a disappointing 8-8 season in 2011. Things looked bright in the first month of the year, as the Eagles won three of their first four games, all with late offensive scores and big defensive stops.
But the Eagles fizzled out, losing their next eight games and 11 of the final 12 games to end the Andy Reid era after 14 seasons.
In 2013, the Eagles have brought in former Oregon standout Chip Kelly, who has been one of the top offensive coaches in the nation for a number of years. Nobody knows what to expect for the Eagles this season.
In fact, nobody even knows who will be on the roster in 2013. The following slides will attempt to predict the final 53-man roster for the offensive side of the ball. This is a pre-training camp prediction, so it will likely change over the next few weeks.