The Philadelphia Eagles kick off the 2015 NFL league season with money to burn and roster spots to fill, having made a flurry of surprising decisions in Chip Kelly’s first offseason in full charge of personnel. LeSean McCoy was traded. Trent Cole and Todd Herremans were released. Jeremy Maclin was not re-signed, and quarterback Nick Foles was ultimately swapped out for Sam Bradford. The whole complexion of Philadelphia’s roster will change next season, a fact that has many Eagles faithful on edge.
Could the additions of linebacker Kiko Alonso, Bradford and cornerbacks Byron Maxwell and Walter Thurmond be just the beginning of a run on new player acquisitions? Former NFL offensive lineman Ross Tucker joined the Keystone Sports Network to break down the Eagles’ moves and look ahead to a crazy free agency season. Check out audio from the show in this post and get plenty more podcasts and analysis on KeystoneSportsNetwork.com and by following @KSNSportsNet on Twitter.
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