Found February 19, 2013 on Eagles Addict:
The No.1 priority for Chip Kelly and the Philadelphia Eagles this offseason should be to revamp the defensive backfield.  If you look at the Eagles unit by unit, there is no doubt that the secondary is the group in need of the most repairs. A few days ago, I provided some examples of other teams who remodeled their secondary in one offseason and showed tremendous improvement the following year.  If you missed it, you can check that right here. The reason I looked for examples of that is because I wondered how feasible it was to replace the starters in our entire secondary.  That still might be a stretch (to replace all four guys), but there have been multiple teams who have replaced two or three out of their four starters. With that said, there has to be a perfect storm of available free agents and/or drafting of the right players to fit the bill.  Below is a look at some of the options I find most interesting should the Eagles, in fact, make the wholesale changes that are needed… F...
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