Eagles camp

Members of the Philadelphia Eagles gather at the NFL football team's practice facility in Philadelphia.

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

OPEN CAMP: July 24, Philadelphia.

LAST YEAR: The defending Super Bowl champions lost three-fourths of their starting secondary, top two running backs, and quarterback Carson Wentz to injuries--but, led by Nick Foles, earned a wild-card berth and won a playoff game in Chicago before barely falling short in New Orleans.

IMPORTANT ADDITIONS: Wide receivers DeSean Jackson and J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, runningbacks Jordan Howard and Miles Sanders, defensive tackle Malik Jackson, linebacker Zach Brown, strong safeties Andrew Sendejo and Blake Countess, tackle Andre Dillard, and quarterback Cody Kessler.

IMPORTANT LOSSES: Quarterback Nick Foles, defensive ends Chris Long and Michael Bennett, linebacker Jordan Hicks, runningback Jay Ajayi, wide receivers Golden Tate and Jordan Matthews, and safety Corey Graham.

CAMP NEEDS: Eagles need Wentz to prove he can stay healthy after finishing the last two seasons on the sideline while Foles helmed playoff runs. With Foles gone, unproven Nate Sudfeld opens camp as backup with veteran Kessler as insurance.

EXPECTATIONS: It's Super Bowl or bust for the Eagles after winning it all for first time two years ago. If Wentz stays healthy, he has talent around him to make the offense dynamic. The defense has questions at linebacker, but plenty of depth to be strong.