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The LA Times came up with their list of winners and losers so far in the NFL offseason. Guess who they list as the #1 winner?

1. PHILADELPHIA -- Despite losing quarterback Jeff Garcia, who helped salvage their 2006 season after Donovan McNabb was injured, the Eagles have made some productive moves. They picked up key free agents in defensive tackle Montae Reagor, linebacker Takeo Spikes and receiver Kevin Curtis. Reagor, a four-year starter for Indianapolis, is a bit undersized for his position but fits Philadelphia's system. Spikes, a former Buffalo standout, can start at any linebacker spot. Curtis, the former third receiver for St. Louis, is a deep threat who will fill the void left by Donte Stallworth.

Jack McCaffery says the time for the Eagles to find their next QB "is drawing closer.

Bob Brookover tells us that LBs are low on Eagles' wish list.

The Eagles plan to use Broderick Bunkley as an example of why whoever they pick this weekend needs to get into camp on time.

According to Les Bowen, Birds more likely to move down than up. Unless it's for a top DE like Adam Carriker, I tend to agree. There's more value at the top of the second round this year than there is at #26.

When fans complain, are the Eagles actually listening? [Iggles Blog]