Quarterback- The only thing that needs to be done is to sign Vick to a long term extension and see if there is a market for Kolb. I believe it would take at least a 2nd round pick for the Eagles to even consider dealing Kolb. Just a feeling, but I don’t think he is traded unless they receive a first round pick. If Kolb is traded, a quality backup would need to be signed. Vick has shown he is injury prone and Mike Kafka is not close to being ready.
Wide Receiver- They have one of the best and youngest units in all of football. Jackson has been looking for a extension but he reportedly is looking to be one of the highest paid WR’s in football. A late round pick is a possibility to give Chad Hall some competition for the 5th spot.
Tight End- Brent Celek took a huge step backward number’s wise from his breakout season in 09. But I think it had more to do with his lack of opportunities due to his responsibility in pass protection than a drop off in play. Clay Harbor had some flashes but is nothing special. I think the team would be aided in adding a true blocking TE.
Offensive Line- The debacle of the Andrews’ sisters might be the reason for the lack of depth on the offensive line; they have wasted a lot of money on them. It will great to have an offseason without hearing either of their names. Jason Peters had a slow start but after his knee injury, he showed some flashes of the dominant player Reid imagined he would be. At left guard, Todd Herremans is one of the most underrated linemen in all of football. Center Mike McGlynn was a pleasant surprise. He filled in very nicely after Jamal Jackson was injured in week 1. This was his first season playing the center position, and he should keep improving as he gets more experience at the position.
Right Guard was the main weakness on the offensive line last season. It didn’t matter who started both, Max Jean-Gilles or Nick Cole had the quarterback running for his life. An upgrade at this position is a necessity this offseason. Right Tackle Winston Justice did a good job for most of the season. He really struggled and was eventually benched in the Wild Card game against the Packers, but he is not the only lineman to have struggled to try to block Clay Matthews this season. I think that he is an average starter at right tackle in the NFL. An upgrade could be made but it is not a necessity. I think he would be helped tremendously by an upgrade at the right guard position.