With NFL Training Camp around the corner, which positions are upgraded for the 2018 season?
Offseason moves can make or break an NFL roster. Some teams tend to upgrade their depth charts during the offseason. While other teams may make the wrong moves, which lead to their rosters taking a hit. For the Philadelphia Eagles, the team has been wildly successful in free agency and the draft over the past two seasons.
Last year, the Eagles added many notable player additions through signings and the draft. Players like Alshon Jeffery, LeGarrette Blount, and Timmy Jernigan, to name a few have all contributed in a big way to the Eagles Super Bowl LII victory. Assuming that the Eagles already had a championship roster, it was doubtful that they would make a ton of noise in the 2018 offseason.
Boy, were we wrong. Eagles General Manager Howie Roseman made sure to keep beefing up the team in talent. In fact, the Eagles were actually talked about in the sense that they were the rich who keep on getting richer. The front office sure made it known that the Eagles were genuinely trying to make deep season runs the new norm in Philadelphia. So as the teams finally start their offseason activities, where exactly have the Eagles improved in 2018?