The Philadelphia Eagles' Definitive Offseason Shopping List

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The Philadelphia Eagles' Definitive Offseason Shopping List
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The Eagles go into the offseason with less glaring needs then most of the playoff teams this season. The Eagles are young and most of their starters have plenty of room to grow, but they don't have too many needs on either side of the ball.

Middle linebacker is obvious. They don't need the next Ray Lewis or Jeremiah Trotter, they just need someone who can add some stability at the position. Casey Matthews and Jamar Chaney both failed as the starting MIKE last season, and someone else will be manning the position in 2012. Whether it's an early round draft pick in next Aprils draft or a proven free agent, the Eagles will be bringing in a new face to man the middle in 2012.

Several position like strong safety, right guard and weakside linebacker looked like major needs early in the season but Kurt Coleman, Danny Watkins and Brian Rolle really solidified those position respectively during the season.

Really the Eagles only have five major position needs, depending on what happens with key potential free agents Evan Mathis and DeSean Jackson.

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