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Just two years after bringing in Nnamdi Asomugha and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, the Eagles are rebuilding their secondary once again.
They need to find a starter at cornerback to pair with Asomugha (assuming he stays in Philly, which is up in the air) and potentially two new starters at both safety positions.
The Eagles also need to address the front seven to put the personnel in place for their transition to the 3-4 defense.
On offense, the Eagles might be interested in adding an insurance policy behind injury-prone left tackle Jason Peters. However, this is a position that could be addressed in the draft.
Chip Kelly will also be in the market for a few playmakers to fit his scheme. This could come in the form of running backs or receivers.
The Eagles have plenty of cash to spend, so expect them to make a few big-name signings early in the free-agent process.
At cornerback, Brent Grimes would be an ideal fit. He's a legitimate No. 1 corner when healthy and would take some pressure off Asomugha.
Dashon Goldson, LaRon Landry and Kenny Phillips should all be high on their list of potential safeties.
If the Eagles choose to address the offensive line via free agency, Sebastian Vollmer should be a target. He's capable of excelling at either left or tight tackle, giving them some versatility with how they shuffle their line.
Kelly is going to bring in at least one playmaker for his system. Danny Amendola and Austin Collie would both fit nicely into his system, but both have health concerns.
Josh Cribbs and Ted Ginn are two other versatile playmakers who may interest Kelly.
Salary cap space: $29.8 million