The Philadelphia Eagles could benefit from pulling off a trade with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before the start of 2020 training camp.
Even though the Philadelphia Eagles have received all sorts of praise for putting together a successful offseason, there is still room for improvement in certain areas before the start of 2020 training camp arrives.
From acquiring Darius Slay in March to provide a new No. 1 cornerback to adding all sorts of speed during the draft, the Eagles deserve credit for addressing some of their top needs over the last few months to be in better position to compete for 2020.
Of course, even the best of teams can always find additional ways to improve, and this is certainly the case for Philadelphia when looking at what the defending NFC East champions are going to be up against next season.
Not only will the Eagles have their hands full competing with the Dallas Cowboys within the NFC East, but the conference in general with teams like the San Francisco 49ers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers means Philadelphia will have a tough path to the Super Bowl.
Speaking of the Buccaneers, if the Eagles were to end up deciding to make another move this offseason to improve the roster, a potential trade could work all sorts of wonders.
At the moment, Tampa Bay hasn’t exactly indicated any sort of plans in regard to pulling off another trade in the coming months, but to have a little fun, if the Buccaneers were to give in, here are three dream targets the Eagles should keep in mind.
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Also, as great as it would be to see Philadelphia land a star such as Mike Evans, Tampa Bay will obviously never consider this idea due to the expectations surrounding the team for 2020, so fans should keep that in mind while reading.