Highlighting Philadelphia Eagles' Deepest, Thinnest Positions Ahead of 2014

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Highlighting Philadelphia Eagles' Deepest, Thinnest Positions Ahead of 2014
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There's less than three months remaining until the start of the 2014 NFL season for the Philadelphia Eagles, a year in which the Eagles will look to defend the NFC East title they won last year, their first season under head coach Chip Kelly.

The Eagles basically return the same team as the 2013 campaign, minus DeSean Jackson on offense and plus Malcolm Jenkins on defense. And, of course, the Eagles added a slew of draft picks, including linebacker Marcus Smith and wide receivers Jordan Matthews and Josh Huff. 

The big key to the team is staying healthy for the 2014 season, just like they did in 2013. That's because the Eagles don't have the depth they need at a number of positions, especially on the defensive side of the ball. 

The following slides will highlight the strongest and the weakest positions on the Eagles, in positional order.

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