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With training camp started we’re inching closer to the start of the NFL season. Expectations are high in Philadelphia for the Eagles this coming season. The Eagles have talent all over the field and here are three players due for a big year.

1. Dallas Goedert

Dallas Goedert is now heading into his first season as the Eagles’ primary tight end. Goedert will have a full season as the Eagles TE1, and he is going to be in for a major season.  Even with talent all over the offense, Goedert is still one of the most reliable players on the whole offense. A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith are bound to get a majority of the attention from defenses and that will let Goedert work in the middle of the field. He’s already one of the best young tight ends in the league and this season could be his major breakout year.

2. Miles Sanders

Heading into a contract year, a lot is at stake right now for Sanders. After a disappointing season last year, Miles will look to rebound this year. The Eagles love rotating their backs but there’s no question that Miles is the best running back in the room. If he can stay healthy for the whole season there’s a good shot at a big year for Miles. Nick Sirianni reassured fans that Miles is still the RB1 and he could be in for a big year in the new loaded offense.

3. James Bradberry

The cornerback trio of Slay, Bradberry, and Maddox could easily be one of the tops in the NFL. After years of covering the opposing team’s number one wide receiver, Bradberry will now be the number two corner next to Darius Slay. Bradberry, a former Pro Bowler, is already off to a fantastic start in camp. After a somewhat down season last year, Bradberry is looking to play himself into another big contract. He could be in for a major year as he tries to prove he’s still one of the top corners in the NFL.

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