The Eagles have spent just two days in voluntary workouts with head coach Chip Kelly's offense. Not much is known about the goings-on since the practices are closed to the public and the press. But, via the Philadelphia Inquirer, it sounds like these two days have been almost life-altering for some players.
Quarterback Michael Vick said Kelly's offense is "something like I've never seen before."
Tight end Brent Celek said, "From a communication standpoint, it's going to change the league. ... It's something that I never thought was possible in the NFL."
Of course, Celek didn't clarify what "it" is. The Inquirer's Zach Berman also noticed that Vick has added a substantial amount of upper-body muscle.
Everyone's interest in the Eagles' new-look offense has already been piqued, but get ready to hear a lot of these stories throughout the summer. The only thing we really do know is that a lot of read-option has been run in these practices. Vick will be running often in Kelly's system, so maybe the extra bulk is a good thing, although I don't think it will realistically lessen his chances of getting hurt. But with Kelly at the controls, Vick, LeSean McCoy , DeSean Jackson , and Jeremy Maclin could all become elite fantasy commodities.