The NFL offseason is essentially over with mini-camps in session, but the current rosters are far from the completed edition. For starters, each team at the times has between 80 to 85 players on its roster, a figure that has to be trimmed down to 53.
The objective is to have the best team assembled, but we all know talent isn't the only factor in decision-making. The Philadelphia Eagles are no exception to this. For various reasons, there are going to be veterans that get shown the door. Whether those players entered this season in the coaches doghouse, or an undrafted rookie shocks everyone to earn a spot, it's bound to happen.
There are also players who made still hold value, but are better with another team—or whom the Eagles want to use as trade bait.
Who the Eagles decided to move on without remains to be seen, but I have an idea of who better bring their "A" game and more if they want to remain in midnight green.