Image via mattwargo.com.
The Philadelphia Eagles are in the midst of their mandatory minicamp and, as was the case with OTAs the past few weeks, fans are looking for clues of what it may all mean.
Guess what? You’re going to have to keep on guessing. Chip Kelly won’t speak in definitive terms at this stage, but notes that the team is improving each and every day. The pace of practice no longer seems as feverish because they have grown used to the speed.
Though we are still a long way from the start of the season, some of the progress at the NovaCare is already worth shouting about—the o-line that was decimated by injuries in the 2012 season was back together at minicamp. Jason Peters, Jason Kelce, Todd Herremans and Evan Mathis, whose injuries all required surgery, were all present at the start of camp on Tuesday. There is no guarantee that players like Peters will be playing back at his former Pro Bowl level, but having them all back in relative health is a significant sign of pro...