It would be a surprise if the Philadelphia Eagles did not win the division this season.
That's how amazing of a job Chip Kelly has done since he became head coach last offseason. From a 4-12 record and the league's 29th-ranked scoring offense in 2012 to a 10-6 record and the league's fourth-ranked scoring offense in 2013, Chip Kelly was a legitimate Coach of the Year candidate as a rookie in the NFL.
The big storyline heading into the 2014 season is whether the Eagles' offense can build on, or at least duplicate, its success. Nick Foles in particular will finally have a full season as the starting quarterback, although it's going to be virtually impossible for him to repeat his 27-touchdown, two-interception season from 2013.
But it's not just the offense that will be talked about during training camp. The defense improved dramatically in the second half of the season, finishing 17th in points allowed. There are a number of players looking to take the next step in 2014, including three due for contract extensions after the season.
The following slides will highlight some of the big storylines for the Eagles during training camp.