Friday concludes a short week for the Eagles at the NovaCare Complex, with Sunday afternoon's 2013 home opener against the San Diego Chargers looming.
The second installment of Wulff's Den features first-season records of new NFL head coaches, an update on the team's rushing yards pace, who players think has the worst hair on the Eagles, and an interview with rookie tight end Zach Ertz.
Head coach Chip Kelly is looking forward to his first regular season experience in front of Eagles fans at Lincoln Financial Field.
Running back LeSean McCoy is more concerned with team accomplishments than personal stats.
Cornerback Cary Williams came through in a big way for the Eagles against the Washington Redskins, inspiring the defense with both his attitude and play.
As explosive and mesmerizing as Kelly's offense was in the first game, he still has plenty of tricks up his sleeve, and that includes deploying weapons who saw virtually no time against the Redskins.
The "real deal" is back: Left tackle Jason Peters looked -- and felt -- like his old self against the Redskins, as he silenced outside linebacker Brian Orakpo and opened up holes in the run game.
The Eagles ran the same play on offense five times in the first quarter (and six overall), but each had a different result because of what the multiple inherent options enable.
Offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur is out of the public eye, but he is perfectly content operating in Kelly's shadow.