Will Chip Kelly's Offense Work for the Philadelphia Eagles in Today's NFL?

BR StudiosFeatured ColumnistAugust 19, 2013

The Philadelphia Eagles had a disappointing 2012 season, resulting in the departure of longtime head coach Andy Reid.

The Eagles hired Chip Kelly from Oregon to try to turn their team around in 2013. The question on everyone's mind is whether his offense can work in the NFL.

Philadelphia has playmakers at all positions on offense. Can those players become as potent as Chip Kelly's Oregon Ducks were?

Mike Freeman went to the Eagles training camp to find out for himself. Check out the video to hear what he thinks about the new regime in Philly.

 

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