(Eds: With AP Photos.) By ROB MAADDI AP Pro Football Writer Chip Kelly already has changed the way the Philadelphia Eagles do almost everything.
From music blaring during practice to players wearing heart monitors on the field and drinking individualized protein shakes waiting for them afterward, Kelly's has made his mark. He's installed a new system and preached a new philosophy. He's invigorated the franchise with fresh ideas that some players already had determined - after just a couple non-contact, no-pads practices - will revolutionize the NFL.
''It's insane. From a communication standpoint, it's going to change the game,'' tight end Brent Celek said. ''Just the way they can communicate plays and get us into stuff that's pretty cool. It's something I never even thought was possible in the NFL. He has a reason why each play is called what it is. And it all makes sense.''
Lured away from Oregon to replace Andy Reid, Kelly brought his high-octane, up-tempo offense to the pros. ...