Last season, the Philadelphia Eagles were considered a "dream team." However, that dream turned into a nightmare.
The Eagles had a horrible start to the season, losing six of their first nine games, including four straight. They turned it around in the end, but by then, it was too little too late. They finished 8-8, good for second in the NFC East.
The team had its share of chemistry problems and holes in some positions.
Free agency is currently underway, and the Eagles have made its share of both small and big moves. They re-signed wide receiver DeSean Jackson, offensive guard Evan Mathis and three defensive linemen. They also picked up Trent Edwards to back up Michael Vick at the quarterback position.
But there's still more to be done, and with the NFL draft just a month away, the organization needs to take a look at who they can find.
Here are some late-round selections that could be considered steals and who could help the Eagles in 2012.