The Eagles need to keep their eyes on the trading block and continue to explore their options.
Things seemed slow at times, but the Philadelphia Eagles have had a great offseason so far. There was the signing of Haason Reddick, the acquisition of AJ Brown and the addition of several future starters, Jordan Davis and Nakobe Dean for example.
Despite their success, the offseason is not over yet. The Eagles still have obvious holes in their roster, and if they want to compete in the highly competitive NFC, both now and in the future, they’ll need to make a few more moves to bolster their roster.
They have trade parts. They have a few players they can use as collateral and/or bargaining chips in potential trades. They need players, especially at cornerback and safety, to upgrade and improve their roster.
Rumors swirled. Names were mentioned, but in the end, more often than not, nothing happened. Here’s a look at three of the usual suspects. They possess significant commercial value because of their experience, capacity and potential to contribute elsewhere. The talks have died down, but the Eagles would be well advised to continue pounding the pavement and casting their fishing lines to see if there are any stings.