Can the revamped front seven break through?
By adding Darryl Tapp, Brandon Graham and Daniel Te'o-Nesheim, the Eagles have improved their speed and depth up front. The idea, of course, is to take some of the pressure away from Trent Cole and to force offensive lines to shift their blocking schemes. So the Eagles are looking for immediate impact from their newcomers.
There is enough speed and versatility up front to give the Eagles a dangerous group. It is important that the Eagles know exiting camp that they have some big-time pass rushers up front, in addition to Cole and starting left end Juqua Parker.
-- Posted by Dave Spadaro, 2:45 p.m., July 22