The Philadelphia Eagles’ Offseason Plan: Draft, Free Agency, Trades?


Published: March 17, 2009


... class="mceTemp mceIEcenter" >With the signing of  safety Sean Jones from the Cleveland Browns, the Eagles' defense just got better on paper. He is younger, faster, and a better ballhawk than Brian Dawkins, RIGHT NOW.
(Calm down. I know Wolverine is the greatest free safety ever to play for the Eagles, great guy, blah blah, yackety schmackety. He was, last year, a situational player who could no longer cover elite receivers. And there are a lot of those in our division. I love him, but he is old and slow. Move on.)
The Eagles' defense will be solid to great this year. The rest of the offseason should, and will, be focused on finishing the offense.
The Eagles have 12, count 'em, 12 draft picks this year. They have needs on the offensive line, tight end, running back, and, as usual, wide receiver. Here is how I see them addressing those needs:
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