Morning Muse: 2013 a transition year for the Philadelphia Eagles defense


Happy Memorial Day! As you relax and enjoy the last morning of your three-day weekend, here is a look at your Philadelphia Eagles headlines:

Defensive coordinator Billy Davis on Philadelphia’s D in 2013: “This year’s absolutely the hardest transition year we’re going to have.” – Birds 24/7

While we try to guess what Chip Kelly’s offense will ultimately look like and wait to see more the the hybrid 4-3/3-4 defense in action, we now know one thing about the 2013 Philadelphia Eagles: offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland doesn’t plan to make the Birds’ line much different than what he ran at Alabama. – ProFootballTalk

Special teams coordinator Dave Fipp plans to turn around that phase of the game for Philadelphia by being, “sound, smart and relentless.” – CSNPhilly

Now that his notorious fumbling issues are supposedly a thing of the past thanks to Chip Kelly, Mike Vick contends that he’s got the fastest legs of any other QB in the league. –

This year, the Eagles’ preseason visits had a strong correlation with whom they ultimately drafted. – Iggles Blitz

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1 Response to “Morning Muse: 2013 a transition year for the Philadelphia Eagles defense”

  • I think the Turds will finish in last place again. This team seems to be cursed. I used to just think it was McChoke in the big games but there’s more to it than that.

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