5 Eagles Offseason Moves to Return to the Super Bowl Next Season

The Philadelphia Eagles face a crucial offseason after a late-season collapse. Will they bounce back or continue to decline? Find out the five crucial moves they need to make.

Feb 7, 2023; Scottsdale, AZ, USA;  Philadelphia Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni speaks during a
Feb 7, 2023; Scottsdale, AZ, USA; Philadelphia Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni speaks during a / Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
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4. Address the Lack of Tight End Depth

This isn't prioirity No. 1 or anything, and I'm not saying we need another Zach Ertz-Dallas Goedert one-two punch, but we need tight end depth in a bad way.

Geodert hasn't stayed healthy for a flul season since his 2018 rookie campaign, and besides that you really should have two (and preferably three) serviceable tight ends in today's NFL. Even the Chiefs, who have the best in the game, have solid options in Blake Bell and Noah Gray.

I'm ready to declare the Jack Stoll era over. He's now finished all three of his NFL seasons with PFF grades below 60. Despite playing 20-plus snaps in 14 games this season, Stoll was targeted a grand total of 8 times. And it's not like he's one of those "sixth o-lineman" type elite blocking tight ends.

Grant Calcaterra has shown more potential, but he's not enough, and having him and Albert O as TE2 and TE3 would leave this a huge weakness on the roster.

Adding a veteran like Austin Hooper or Tyler Kroft (or even a Mike Gesicki type if Roseman wants to pay up) would be one of those under-the-radar moves that pays dividends.