For the Philadelphia Eagles, the offseason began early. A first-round playoff loss gives the team three extra weeks to ponder filling holes in its roster.
And the holes the Eagles need to fill are glaring.
The defense could use help at pretty much every position. And the offense, while much less problematic, will depend on how the team deals with receivers Riley Cooper and Jeremy Maclin, both of whom are hitting free agency this summer.
Thinking about the draft is a bit premature right now, since moves in free agency dictate what holes are remaining to address. But nonetheless, here is a pick-by-pick look at how the Eagles should address the 2014 draft (if it were to occur tomorrow).