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Four players will compete for time in backfield as new coach Chip Kelly begins implementing his new offense.
Birds' Eye View: Nate Allen and Patrick Chung are in contention for the starting safety spots.
Paul Domowitch: The season opener against the Redskins is 3 1/2 months away, but we want answers. Now.
So far, Eagles general manager Howie Roseman is liking what he sees from 2013 Eagles.
Damaris Johnson is small and speedy, but he thinks he can be a big contributor in Chip Kelly's offense.
Birds' Eye View: Most fans seem to be happy with the Eagles' changes, but it could get scary in the secondary this season.
Video: The Inquirer's Jeff McLane talks about the Eagles' open starting spots, Danny Watkins' future and when it's fair to expect progress.
High and Inside: One fan has pictures of what could be an early look at the Eagles' depth chart.
Howie Roseman indicated that not everyone would adapt well enough to stay in Chip Kelly's new scheme.
At the 2013 NFLPA Rookie Premiere in L.A., a crop of new NFL players took in "Star Trek Into Darkness."
Bill Davis is inheriting a defense that was at times guilty of not giving effort and ultimately turned on itself. He's taking over a unit that played one way and is now being asked to play another way. And he's taking over as it is being rebuilt brick by brick.