With training camp opening in less than a week -- players report Friday -- football season is near.
That means Sundays get a little less boring and fantasy football heats back up. It also means the focus in Philadelphia will shift back to the Eagles.
This will be Chip Kelly's second training camp and the Eagles are relying on their young guys taking the next step in their development to improve upon last year's 10-6 record.
After last year's first-round playoff loss to the Saints, the Birds haven't added much in the offseason, most notably signing Malcolm Jenkins and trading for Darren Sproles.
Have the Eagles added enough this offseason to be a Super Bowl contender in 2014?
On Friday's edition of SportsNet Central, CSNPhilly.com columnist Reuben Frank and Comcast SportsNet's Derrick Gunn tackled that subject.
"I'm not convinced they have done enough to be honest," Frank said. "They added a couple pieces in the secondary. I think they are really just counting on the young guys to take that next big step under Billy Davis.
"I would have liked to see them bring in an impact guy in the secondary, maybe another linebacker. They chose to bring in a couple of small pieces in the secondary and not that big, landmark blockbuster guy. We'll see how it works. They have some young guys with talent, but they have to make that next step."
To hear Roob break down the Eagles more, including whether Brandon Graham will make the 2014 roster, watch the video above.