By Brian ManzulloThe Philadelphia Eagles’ offensive line has been one of the most effective units in the NFL for the past three seasons.
But after a disappointing 2013 season, that’s changing, according to head coach Chip Kelly.
According to a source, Kelly’s offensive line is looking to add another weapon at the position, with a quarterback of the future being on the table.
Kelly has the right mix of offensive linemen to get the job done.
There are a lot of guys who can run the ball and have the athleticism to do it.
And those guys can also be very productive.
Kelly also has a strong offensive line in place.
This is his first season with the team and the starting quarterback is a rookie, Sam Bradford.
Bradford is one of a handful of rookie quarterbacks who could challenge the Eagles for the starting job.
But Kelly has a history of bringing in young, raw offensive linemen.
He brought in Brandon Brooks in 2013, and he brought in Nick Mangold in 2015.
He’s brought in Matt Tobin, who was a second-round pick in 2014, and is bringing in Zach Ertz, who went undrafted in 2015 and was later released.
So Kelly has been bringing in guys who are capable of doing the job at this position, and there are guys like Brooks and Ertz who could be the Eagles starting quarterbacks in the future.
The problem for Kelly is that there are a few other teams who are better equipped than the Eagles to do that, and the Eagles don’t have the pieces that he has.
The Eagles have a bunch of veterans, and they have to look at what the other teams have.
They can’t just go out and get someone from a rival team.
And they can’t do that by taking a cheap, undrafted guy, who might not be that good.
So that’s where you need to look and see if there are other teams that are better than the teams that we’re competing against.
The problem with some of these players is they don’t fit the way that Chip Kelly is looking at his offensive line.
So you have to find someone who can step in and fill in for someone who’s not doing as well as he wants to and he’s not making those throws.
The good news is that they’re talented, and if they have the right attitude and the right mindset and if the coaching staff is smart, they can be successful.
Kelly and his offensive staff are trying to add to the offensive line’s already impressive résumé, and a lot can go wrong if a player doesn’t fit into Kelly’s system.
But with Kelly and his coaching staff, the Eagles have already had some success at getting these young guys the opportunity to develop.