The long offseason has started for the Philadelphia Eagles, following a surprising division title in Chip Kelly's first year as head coach.
For the Eagles, the goal is obviously improving the roster in as many ways as possible. That likely means a major upgrade at one or two defensive positions and some necessary depth on both sides of the ball.
General manager Howie Roseman has already stated that the Eagles won't ever again have an offseason like 2011, when the Eagles signed a number of high-priced, veteran free-agent players who did not work out in the long run. But that doesn't mean the team won't spend a lot of money for a star player or sign a number of solid starters or role players.
The following slides will highlight ten players who are sure to peak the interest of the Eagles. This list includes five players who were on the 2013 roster and five from elsewhere around the league.