Top available free agents for Eagles to sign on Day 2 of free agency

How will Day 2 of the frenzy pan out for Philly?

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On Day 1 of NFL free agency, the Philadelphia Eagles made some notable moves.

There was none more notable than stealing a division rival's best player, though, as the Eagles signed former New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley. Philly fans have had a lot of fun with that one on social media, thus far, as has Barkley himself.

The Eagles also signed edge rusher Bryce Huff to a big contract, prioritizing defense as they often have in previous offseasons.

With some big names off the board already on Day 1, there are still plenty of names out there for the picking on day 2.

Best available players on Day 2 of NFL free agency

You know what, to make things easy, let's narrow this down to the top two concerns for this team at the moment. If you'd like to see a list of all available free agents, Spotrac is a wonderful resource that has them all listed. But, for the Eagles, it's all about the secondary right now. So, here are the top available defensive backs still on the market. And, for the sake of the topic, a few of the other bigger names still available beyond secondary.

J.C. Jackson, CB
Adoree Jackson, CB
Kendall Fuller, CB
Kenny Moore, CB
Stephon Gilmore, CB
Steven Nelson, CB
Patrick Peterson, CB
Dane Jackson, CB
Kristian Fulton, CB
C.J. Henderson, CB
Rock Ya-Sin, CB
Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, DB
Eddie Jackson, S
Jordan Poyer, S
Justin Simmons, S
Jamal Adams, S
Quandre Diggs, S
Micah Hyde, S
Jordan Whitehead, S
Rayshawn Jenkins, S
Mike Edwards, S
Tashaun Gipson, S
Jeremy Chinn, S
Danielle Hunter, EDGE
D.J. Reader, DT
Grover Stewart, DT
Odell Beckham Jr., WR
Marquise Brown, WR
Tyler Boyd, WR
Derrick Henry, RB

Of course, there are some names on the above list that the Eagles simply have no business signing, but it's fun to imagine. For a team needing help in the secondary, the Eagles have a ton of options. Rest assured, Philly fans, the job is far from finished. Day 2 and beyond should provide the Eagles with plenty of additional help.

How much cap space do the Eagles have left?

According to Over the Cap, the Eagles still have a good amount of cap space remaining. Specifically, they sit $42.95 million under, which is plenty of money yet to spend for Philly. For a team that still has some glaring holes, the Eagles has more than enough cash flow to work with.