Making the Call on Philadelphia Eagles' Toughest Offseason Decisions

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Making the Call on Philadelphia Eagles' Toughest Offseason Decisions
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The conclusion of a tumultuous season for the Philadelphia Eagles will result in a world of change. Head coach Andy Reid has already been fired and signed on with the Kansas City Chiefs.

None of the three coordinators (offense, defense and special teams) are expected to return in 2013. The organization will have difficult situations as to which defensive starters should be back next year. After all, the Eagles under interim coordinator Todd Bowles allowed 20 or more points in every single game.

The Eagles also have the fourth overall pick in the upcoming NFL draft, which gives them an opportunity at picking one of college football’s most talented players.

The Eagles were nowhere near a postseason berth at just 4-12 this past year. But given another successful draft and steady improvement from young quarterback Nick Foles, Philly could make a run at a division title.

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