5. Jason Kelce / 6. Brandon Graham
A heartbreaking Super Bowl loss last season, coupled with a demoralizing unravelling this season, could be the impetus for the changing of the guard in some areas of this roster.
As a result, old-timers Jason Kelce and Brandon Graham may decide they're finally ready to hang 'em up this offseason.
Graham has more than lived up to the hype after being a first-round pick by Philadelphia in 2010. He's gone on to be one of the lynchpins of this defense, appearing in a franchise-record 195 games for the Eagles since entering the league and helping the organization win a ring during the 2017 campaign.
There's nothing else left for the vet to accomplish. After recording only 3.0 sacks and playing in just 34% of the defensive snaps during this past season, the writing could be on the wall.
Much of the same can be said for Kelce. The 36-year-old has played at an elite level for such a long time while being one of the offense's leaders.
Kelce clearly has plenty going for him off the field, with a recent documentary released about him and his growing family. Speaking of family, he hosts a very successful podcast with brother Travis, which surely takes a lot less of a toll on the dad of three's body while providing another career path.
No one wants to see Kelce call it quits, but he already considered it after losing to Travis in the Super Bowl. The way this season turned out, he has even less motivation to want to run it back.