The Philadelphia Eagles made a mockery of themselves in the 2011 offseason by signing a slew of big-name free agents to ridiculous contracts.
Cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha earned the biggest contract, signing a five-year deal worth $60 million. The Eagles also inked defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins, defensive end Jason Babin and quarterback Vince Young to sizable deals.
Most of those players have not lived up to their contracts, with Young and Babin already gone, Asomugha likely to be released this offseason and Jenkins a possibility to leave as well. Yet despite all of their struggles handling players through free agency, the Eagles still have the most available salary cap space in the entire NFL.
That's right. Out of all 32 teams, the Eagles are in the best shape when it comes to spending money this offseason. That's good news for a fanbase that is desperately hoping for new head coach Chip Kelly to turn around a 4-12 team that lost 11 of its last 12 games in 2012.
The following slides will go through each position on the Eagles and address how the team is doing with its salary cap space, as well as my projections for the 2013 offseason.