Despite addressing a few key needs in the 2011 NFL Draft, the recipe for a successful Philadelphia Eagles team is still missing a few ingredients.
The Eagles primary concerns coming into the draft was the front four, and right cornerback.
While they drafted cornerback Curtis Marsh out of Utah State in the third round, the probability of Marsh starting this season is unlikely. The Eagles also took no defensive linemen, which leads many to believe that Andy Reid has something up his sleeve once free agency finally gets underway. Here are some players the Eagles should pursue once players can sign with other teams.