The Philadelphia Eagles team makeup is changing very quickly. New defensive coordinator, new assistant coaches and a lot of new players. Very few players jobs are safe, if any at all. We all know that Andy Reid doesn't like to keep players over the age of 30, depending on the player, contract and their position.
With the Eagles signing six former Pro Bowlers, 11 draft picks and numerous quality undrafted free agents, several veterans are going to be cut or traded to make room for all the new players.
We have already seen 2010 starters Dimitri Patterson, Stewart Bradley, Ernie Sims and Max Jean-Gilles not re-signed. We have also seen underachieving Brodrick Bunkley traded to the Broncos while Ricky Sapp and Victor Abiamiri left the team due to injury concerns.
Several vets will be on the chopping block. With the Eagles going all in for a Superbowl run and a slew of talent at every position, anyone underperforming in camp will be in serious jeopardy of being cut.