Published June 06, 2013
PHILADELPHIA – It'll be a little quieter in South Philadelphia over the next month.
The sound of loud music pumping through the speakers at the Eagles' practice facility will be silenced now that the team has completed its final minicamp under new coach Chip Kelly.
From practices that sound like hip-hop concerts to everything else, Kelly has invigorated the team with new ideas and a unique system. The former offensive mastermind at Oregon has enjoyed his first spring as an NFL head coach.
But he's got a long way to go to turn this team around after a 4-12 season.
"There's a ton of work," Kelly said Thursday. "There's work every day no matter what. You're never done and you've never arrived so there's always something to do."