Fresh off of a 10-6 season and NFC East title, the Philadelphia Eagles are in good shape heading into the offseason. A new coach in Chip Kelly revolutionized the team, taking a backup QB to a Pro Bowl berth and a franchise record in both points scored and total yards gained.
Meanwhile, the defense made a smooth and successful transition to a 3-4 scheme. First-year coordinator Billy Davis brought out the best in his players, getting consistently strong performances out of a unit that included no superstars.
The Eagles will need to be careful not to overpay for top talent in the spring. The organization tried that to no avail three years ago, bringing in a handful of notable players, including All-Pro cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha.
GM Howie Roseman will assuredly approach the draft with a philosophy to draft the best player available, as that has been the agenda of the team since Roseman's first draft in 2012. That means the Eagles could conceivably pick any position high, even quarterback.
Logic, though, would state that the team targets the following positions primarily.