Philadelphia Eagles' Best and Worst Offseason Moves

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Philadelphia Eagles' Best and Worst Offseason Moves
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Andy Reid and company needed to get a lot accomplished this offseason. Last season, instead of taking care of their own, they went on a shopping spree in free agency. They added some big-time players last summer but neglected one of their own, DeSean Jackson.

Last season, the Eagles added as much outside help as they could get. This offseason, they have shown a totally different mentality. Instead of looking to free agency to improve the team for 2012, they have decided to take care of their own for 2012 and beyond.

The Eagles didn't have a perfect offseason, but they did have a pretty solid one. They re-signed a number of cornerstone players and had an outstanding draft. They still have a couple of question marks at a couple of positions. For the most part, though, the Eagles had themselves a pretty outstanding spring.

Here is an analysis of some of the best and worst offseason moves from the Philadelphia Eagles.

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