After a miserable 2012 season, the Philadelphia Eagles parted ways with several overpaid players on the roster. Gone are cornerbacks Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Nnamdi Asomugha, neither of whom played up to his potential.
Quarterback Michael Vick's contract was restructured to just a one-year deal. Veterans like Cary Williams, Patrick Chung and Bradley Fletcher were brought in on cheap deals, with Chip Kelly hoping to maximize their potential in the defensive backfield.
The Eagles won't be hit hard with free-agent losses. In fact, DRC was the only notable player hitting free agency. Several veterans were released and have been included on the slides also. I went with a scale of 1-10 for how much the player will be missed; 1 signifies he won't be missed at all and 10 means he almost can't be replaced.