Bringing the legendary Brian Dawkins back to Philly? It's a stretch, but it's certainly worth a shot.
Dawkins isn't even positive that he'll be back for another season, but he is an unrestricted free agent at the moment. He only made $1.6 million in base salary in his last season as a Bronco, and should be paid the same or even less as the years continue to tick away.
The veteran safety was the leader of a decent Broncos defense, but had a down year in terms of tackles (51 in 14 games). He did have three sacks as a blitzing safety, which is a role that he fits well, but his production clearly wouldn't be as high as it was in his prime years with Philadelphia.
B-Dawk is a perfect fit for the Eagles, who have two young safeties they need to groom; Nate Allen and Kurt Coleman have decent potential, but they need a mentor like Dawkins to help them develop.
In addition, the Eagles lack a defensive leader on the field and in the clubhouse, and the emotional Dawkins would seamlessly transition back into that role which he left after the '08 season.
The biggest roadblock has been Dawkins' vociferous pleas to play in Denver, but I'm sure the right deal and a little persuasion by the Eagles front office could bring back the eight-time Pro Bowler.