Are Eagles one of the most improved teams after initial wave of free agency?

The biggest names are off the market as the frenzy of free agency has quieted down allowing teams to be smart, selective shoppers leading up to the draft.

ESPN polled its team of writers on a number of free agency-related topics and one of them was to name the team, outside of the Cleveland Browns, that is the most improved. Kevin Seifert chose the Eagles.

“Let's not forget what the Eagles have done, amid outsized concerns that they would be too tight against the salary cap to do much," Seifert wrote. "They signed defensive tackle Malik Jackson to play alongside Fletcher Cox, as potent an interior pairing as there is in the NFL. And they brought back receiver DeSean Jackson, who is still one of the NFL's top deep threats and is adept at the routes quarterback Carson Wentz throws best."

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