The Eagles are set to start training camp in nine days, and outside of a sudden or surprise addition, the 2023 roster appears set with about a dozen open and available roster spots.
Philadelphia’s roster has been retooled after adding nine new free agents, seven 2023 NFL draft picks, and nine undrafted free agents.
With all of the summer fun over and in the rearview mirror, we’re ranking the Eagles’ offseason moves from top to bottom.
Re-signed Jason Kelce to a contract
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The show would have went on in Philadelphia, but things will flow more smoothly with Jason Kelce returning on a one-year deal.
The move keeps the NFL’s best offensive line intact, while also providing a young retooling roster with elite veteran leadership.
Drafted Jalen Carter with the 9th overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft.
Philadelphia is reloading at defensive tackle and they’ll do with arguarbly the draft’s best player who slid all the way down to No. 9.
Paired with four Georgia teammates and leadership from Fletcher Cox, Carter has already looked dominant during OTAs and offseason workouts.
Agreed on a two-year contract extension with CB Darius Slay
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Slay technically wasn’t a free agent, but he was all but gone before Howie Roseman signed the All-Pro cornerback to a two-year contract extension.
His return keeps the NFL’s top duo intact.
Agreed to terms with CB James Bradberry on a three-year contract.
Jan 21, 2023; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Philadelphia Eagles cornerback James Bradberry (24) reacts in the first half against the New York Giants during an NFC divisional round game at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports
It is much easier to rebuild a defense when you have two All-Pros at the cornerback position.
Sean Desai will hit the ground running with Darius Slay and James Bradberry on the outside as the league’s top cornerback duo.
Selected LB Nolan…