The 10 Biggest Keys to Philadelphia Eagles' 2012 NFL Free Agency Strategy

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The 10 Biggest Keys to Philadelphia Eagles' 2012 NFL Free Agency Strategy
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The Philadelphia Eagles are so close to another serious run at a Super Bowl title or titles Andy Reid can almost taste it. The offense is explosive, the offensive line is on the cusp of becoming great and the pass rush is truly elite. It's safe to say that the Eagles aren't your "fixer-upper." The Eagles just need a couple upgrades to get back on top of the NFC East and possibly get Coach Reid another shot at that oh so elusive Lombardi Trophy.

The Eagles will head into free agency with a decent amount of cap space. The potential re-signings of DeSean Jackson, LeSean McCoy and Evan Mathis could lower the amount considerably but the Eagles should have enough cap room to bring in at least one or two quality starters still in the prime of their careers.

We all know that Howie Roseman and the entire Eagles front office already has a plan in place. They proved it last year when they brought in two Pro Bowl-caliber cornerbacks in Nnamdi Asomugha and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. Here are 10 keys for the Eagles strategy heading into free agency.

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