The Philadelphia Eagles should not be too eager to cash in on big names that have suddenly become available. The team needs to make sure that they make smart moves, and not necessarily the biggest splashes.
A good example of this was when the 49ers signed Carlos Rogers in 2011. Rogers was not a big-name like Nnamdi Asomugha, but turned out to be a perfect fit for the team's system. Asomugha, despite being an immensely popular move for the fanbase, looks unlikely to return after just two seasons.
Chip Kelly and GM Howie Roseman need to make sure they avoid making these five moves in free agency.