Just two months into Chip Kelly's tenure as the new head coach for the Philadelphia Eagles, the roster has already changed dramatically from the 2012 team. That's a good thing, as the Eagles won just four games in 2012, including just once in the season's final three months.
Kelly has added a slew of free agents who will be given the opportunity to compete for a starting job, notably nose tackle Isaac Sopoaga, linebacker Connor Barwin, cornerbacks Bradley Fletcher and Cary Williams and safeties Patrick Chung and Kenny Phillips.
But that doesn't mean the rebuilding for the Eagles is complete. In fact, it's far from it. The Eagles have tons of holes on their roster; most of which will need to be answered during next month's draft.
With nine picks in the draft, including the fourth overall pick, the Eagles will be able to fill a lot of holes. The following slides will highlight five potential weaknesses on the current roster that will need to be addressed during April's draft.