New Eagles left tackle Jason Peters has moved from a team in a small city with a rookie quarterback, to a team with a seasoned quarterback and cheesesteaks.
After a season where the Eagles QB Donovan McNabb sustained nearly as many injuries as candles on Brett Favre's birthday cake, coaches are looking to Peters and fellow newcomer Shawn Andrews to provide some much needed protection.
Peters will also face scrutiny over his past training-camp antics.
However, with two consecutive Pro Bowl selections, that may soon be quickly forgotten.
When I go head-to-head with Peters during pre-season, these are the top 10 questions he will get.
How do you respond to critics who say your pass protection last season was too sloppy, with too many sacks surrendered and penalties? Why do you think the last season was so rough for you?
What excites you most about this new team?
Philadelphia fans tend to be particularly tough on their players, how are you going to deal with the crowds?
What do you think, if any at all, the main differences will be protecting a veteran quarterback like McNabb compared to the more novice Trent Edwards?
How do you feel about the Bills adding wide receiver Terrell Owens to their roster? Did that play a role in your decision to leave the team?
What’s the locker room chemistry like, especially with right tackle, and fellow newcomer, Stacy Andrews, and his brother Shawn?
Who wears their uniforms better, Bills or Eagles Cheerleaders?
What athlete, either living or deceased, do you most admire? Why? What steps have you taken to reach that level of success?
What team in the NFL will pose the biggest challenges for the Eagles? Why? What can the Birds do to prepare for that match up?