Here is an overview of the Eagles' players who hit the free agent market at the start of the new League Year. (*Editor's Note: This was last updated with Houston's reported one-year deal with DT Tim Jernigan on Wednesday, April 1.)
WR Nelson Agholor is reportedly heading to Las Vegas on a one-year deal, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
RB Corey Clement was not tendered a restricted free agent offer by the Eagles, but the door is open for a potential return.
DE Vinny Curry is reportedly garnering interest from the New York Jets.
CB Ronald Darby is reportedly heading to Washington on a one-year deal.
LB Kamu Grugier-Hill agreed to terms with the Miami Dolphins.
RB Jordan Howard agreed to terms with the Miami Dolphins (not a typo).
S Malcolm Jenkins agreed to terms with the New Orleans Saints.
DT Tim Jernigan reportedly agreed to terms with the Houston Texans.
QB Josh McCown has yet to decide whether he will retire or play in 2020.
S Rodney McLeod returns to the Eagles on a two-year deal.
DB Jalen Mills returns to the Eagles on a one-year deal.
T Jason Peters was named by ESPN's Field Yates as one of the top remaining offensive tackles on the free agent market. This is the first time since his rookie season of 2004 that he's been a free agent. The Eagles didn't rule out a potential return. Washington reportedly reached out to Peters, but still has to deal with Trent Williams who wants to be traded.
DT Hassan Ridgeway returns to the Eagles on a one-year deal.
TE Richard Rodgers signed with Washington on Tuesday, March 24, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.
RB Darren Sproles announced his retirement and joined the team as a personnel consultant.
QB Nate Sudfeld returns to the Eagles on a one-year deal.
T Halapoulivaati Vaitai agreed to terms on a five-year deal with the Detroit Lions.