Five things we learned on Day 2

The work has yet to result in a quarterback.

5. Chip Kelly found his potential replacements for  DeSean Jackson and Jason Avant: Despite having  Jeremy Maclin coming off ACL surgery, Kelly elected to rid the offense of Jackson and Avant. Jackson was an exciting No. 1 receiver. Avant has been a dependable slot receiver for years.

Day 2 gave  Philadelphia Eagles fans their replacements -- Jordan Matthews and former Oregon receiver Josh Huff. By drafting one of his former Oregon receivers, it's pretty clear Kelly believes his system is good enough to survive the loss of a star such as Jackson. Kelly said his offense sees so much man coverage that he wants bigger receivers. Matthews is 6-foot-3, 212 pounds. Huff is a little under 6-foot, but he's physical and knows Kelly's system from Oregon.

On paper, the Eagles' pass offense might not be as talented as it was with Jackson and Avant. Kelly now has  Riley Cooper, Maclin, Matthews and Huff. System over players. Kelly has made his moves, and we'll see how they work out.

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