3 massive questions remaining for Eagles during the 2024 offseason

The new league year looms, and the Eagles have a lot of questions that still need answers.

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The Philadelphia Eagles have already been busy since their season unceremoniously ended at the hands of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in January. Both coordinators have already been replaced, with Kellan Moore taking over the offense and Vic Fangio taking over defensive duties.

The Eagles also lost a key figure on the offensive line and in the locker room, as fan favorite Jason Kelce officially announced his retirement from football.

All of this has happened, and free agency and the draft haven't even taken place yet. So, it certainly seems like we can expect an eventful spring for our Eagles. With that said, here's a look at three massive remaining questions for Philadelphia over the offseason.

Who replaces Jason Kelce on the offensive line?

No one will ever replace Jason Kelce in the hearts and minds of Eagles fans, but someone will have to physically replace him on Philadelphia's offensive line. The Eagles have a couple of internal options that they could turn to at the position, including Cam Jurgens, Landon Dickerson and Sua Opeta.

They could also look to add a center through free agency, or through the draft, although it seems likely that they would want a player with professional experience to take Kelce's spot considering the team's aspirations for the upcoming campaign.

At this point in time, it seems like Jurgens is the most likely option to take over for Kelce, who has been extremely complimentary of Jurgens in the past.

"I think the world of Cam Jurgens," Kelce said last summer. "I think he has the potential to be better than I have ever been as a center with the skill set he has. He's incredibly athletic, very, very strong, he's got long arms, he finishes plays, he's a hard worker. Pretty much everything you want to see you saw in him."


Jurgens started 11 games on the offensive line for the Eagles last season. That experience should help if he makes the full-time shift to center moving forward.