Ranking the Eagles' most pressing positional needs following their massive free-agency overhaul

We rank Philly's most pressing roster needs from top to bottom.

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We've learned in the current iteration of our beloved NFL that 'linebackers' are simply pass rushers and not true second-level players. See Haason Reddick and Nolan Smith. That's okay though. We'll get to those two in just a moment.

The Devin White addition shocked us all. We love it. He had better come to work with the right attitude, or the support for him will die swiftly.

Zack Baun was another of Philly's acquisitions. Fingers are crossed with Nakobe Dean. What are we saying here? Those are a lot of 'what-ifs', right? Though the build has been steady, it's a work in progress. One or two decent additions should do the trick and instill more confidence in a unit that, either way, should be better than it was last season.

Offensive Line

We expect Tyler Steen and Matt Hennessy to battle for the starting right guard spot. Regardless of who wins the job, they share the field with some of the best at their respective positions.

Jordan Mailata is a solid left tackle. We believe an equally talented Cam Jurgens will slide over and fill the void left by Jason Kelce as the O-line's anchor. Lane Johnson is a legend. Landon Dickerson is a legend in the making. The unit is led by the best in the business, their coach Jeff Stoutland.

It's the depth where we have questions. Sua Opeta is gone. Sure, Philly has some bodies (Brett Toth, Fred Johnson, Darian Kinnard, Le'Raven Clark, and Lecitus Smith), but we wouldn't mind if the cupboard is stocked come draft time. There can never be too much talent on the O-line.