The Philadelphia Eagles entered their second offseason under Chip Kelly without any glaring holes on the team. The offense was one of the best in the NFL in 2013, setting a single-season franchise record for points scored. The defense was one of the NFL's most improved during the second half of the season, at one point surrendering 21 or fewer points in nine straight games.
That means the Eagles didn't have to look to fill four or five starting spots for the future this offseason. They added one new starter on the defensive side of the ball and took away one starter on the offensive side of the ball. The rest of their additions were purely value pieces, and that's what you like to see a contending team do during the offseason.
The following slides will highlight six different acquisitions for the Eagles, who had three underrated moves and three overrated moves.