It's been five days since the start of the free agency, and it's become clear that the Philadelphia Eagles' plan is continuing to build the team through the draft. That doesn't mean they're not signing players in free agency. They definitely are. But they're mainly focused on adding rotational pieces on both sides of the ball instead of landing an impact player like Jairus Byrd or Darrelle Revis.
So far, the Eagles have signed three players who should see significant playing time in 2014: safety Malcolm Jenkins, running back Darren Sproles and cornerback Nolan Carroll. They've also added a backup linebacker, Bryan Braman, and a backup safety, Chris Maragos. Both are expected to be major contributors on special teams.
But the Eagles still have a ton of cap space, and there's a number of players on the free-agent market who could still be valuable rotational pieces for the 2014 squad. The following slides will highlight, in order, the top five players the Eagles should still be looking to sign.