PHILADELPHIA -- The Eagles will report to training camp on July 26 at the NovaCare Complex in Philadelphia. There has been an influx of talent since the Eagles last laced them up, with the additions of wide receiver A.J. Brown, edge rusher Haason Reddick, cornerback James Bradberry and Georgia rookies Nakobe Dean and Jordan Davis heightening expectations following a 9-8 campaign. There are no glaring holes on offense. Philadelphia has set quarterback Jalen Hurts up well as he enters his second season as the full-time starter. The receiver position is as good as it has been in years, which should make for some intriguing camp battles for the last one or two spots in the wide receiver room.
The defense looks to have improved as well, though the safety spot remains a question mark. The linebacker group got some much needed love after years of putting minimum resources into the position. That'll make for some tougher-than-usual decisions for the front office when the roster needs to downsize to 53 players in late August.
Here is a projection:
The QB room is constructed just as the Eagles like it, with a very capable No. 2 in Minshew and a developmental quarterback in Strong, the undrafted rookie out of Nevada. But this is Hurts' show. The Eagles' fortunes are tied largely to his play.