The Super Bowl-champion Philadelphia Eagles sure appear to be going through that championship-winning hangover after pulling off the miraculous over the New England Patriots last season.
On the positive side, the Eagles still don’t have a ton of holes. But the ones that are there are pretty glaring.
It’s possible Philly goes running back here — an option to replace either Jay Ajayi or Darren Sproles for the long run. But a guess would have the Eagles tabling that need for later in the NFL Draft, instead focusing on a long-term replacement for aging veteran, Jason Peters, who is 36 years old and at the twilight of his career.
Washington’s Trey Adams is a beast of a tackle, standing at 6-foot-8 and weighing in at 316 pounds. He might need a year on the right side before taking over for Peters. But that would be a smart investment to ensure continued protection for quarterback Carson Wentz.