The Philadelphia Eagles Offseason
best move of the Offseason: Resigning Quarterback Jalen Hurts to a huge extension
The Philadelphia promised everyone that they were working on an extension for Jalen Hurts and they delivered on that promise with a surprisingly workable 5 year/$255,000,000 that keeps him right where he belongs. He's a tremendous quarterback whose only getting better and might be one of the most popular quarterbacks to play in Philadelphia ever and ensuring that he's happy for the long run keeps Philly from having to pay him more and/or move on.
Top Draft Target(S)
#10 Jalen Carter (DT) University of Georgia
The Philadelphia Eagles lost Javon Hargrave in the offseason and Fletcher Cox isn't getting any younger and getting another body in the interior is paramount for replicating last season, Jalen Carter is potentially going to fall in the draft due to character concerns but coming into a team with two of his teammates in Jordan Davis and Nakobe Dean as well as a stellar locker room culture should help him keep his head on straight and get the best out of him.
#31 Jahmyr Gibbs (RB) University of Alabama
Myles Sanders was let go of in the offseason as the Eagles brass likely were more concerned about keeping Hurts longterm but part of the success last year for this team came from the talent behind Hurts and getting another running back to replace Sanders is a bigger need than some may want to admit. Gibbs is a phenomenal athlete with rare versatility in the backfield and will be a matchup nightmare at any position they want to play him at.