By Art Beitchman
Every year NFL teams change players through free agency, trades and retirement.
Good teams shuffle the deck and make the moves to still be good.
The Eagles — who came within four points of winning their second Super Bowl in five seasons — will do exactly that this offseason.
DT Javon Hargrave most likely will attract lots of teams to a big money contract, which he’s earned.
RB Miles Sanders also will leave as a free agent.
The Eagles have the 10th overall pick in the draft, also the 31st to further bolster an already strong roster.
Some free agent moves will be made, but GM Howie Roseman has proved the last couple of seasons more than able to reshuffle an NFL roster.
This season won’t be any different.