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Chip Kelly isn’t being realistic if he doesn’t want to talk about rebuilding the Philadelphia Eagles. First of all he is bringing in an entirely new offense into the NFL. Secondly, he is the new head coach of a team that finished the 2012 season with a 4-12 record. The Eagles stunk last year. If they didn’t Kelly wouldn’t be the new head coach of the team. He has to be wondering...
One of the big concerns with the Philadelphia Eagles switching to a 3-4 defense is how Trent Cole and Brandon Graham will fair at dropping into coverage as an OLB.
Before going any further, yes, we will acknowledge that the scheme Bill Davis will run will be a hybrid defense that utilizes 3-4 and 4-3 concepts (4-3 under, etc). However, the 3-4 will be their base defense.
Eagles coach Chip Kelly is in no rush selecting a starting quarterback, and he feels doing so is a disservice to the team.
Kelly has to choose among Michael Vick, Nick Foles and Matt Barkley, but needs time to evaluate the players in training camp.
“We’re going to have to name a starter at some point in time,” Kelly said, via Zach Berman of Philly.com.
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