The Philadelphia Eagles enter the 2012 offseason in great position to really become a Super Bowl-caliber team. The Eagles could have anywhere from $12 million to $29 million in cap space heading into free agency depending on a few key factors. T
The Eagles also have 10 picks in the 2012 NFL Draft, including three in the first three rounds, and that number could go up if they decide to trade DeSean Jackson and/or Asante Samuel. They also could receive a second-round draft pick if another team tries to sign current restricted free agent Antonio Dixon.
The Eagles already have a good nucleus of young talent, but could use upgrades at linebacker, depth at the offensive line, an actual kickoff returner and a solid red zone target.
I'll take a look at Drafttek's latest mock draft and buy or sell every single Eagles' pick based on the value of the pick, the talent of the player and the need at that position.