To this point, the Eagles have made signed three new players in the 2014 NFL free agency period. One of those players is a starting safety (Malcolm Jenkins) and the other two are depth players who will help out on special teams (Chris Margaros, Bryan Braman. Are the Eagles done spending? I'd think not. They still have needs to address and the money to do just that. So with that said, let's take a look at who's still available.
1) CB Darrelle Revis
OK, so this is cheating because he's not officially a free agent yet. But it's looking like it's only a matter of time before the Buccaneers release him. It sounds like the Patriots will be interested in Revis given the fact they just lost Aqib Talib to the Broncos in free agency. Revis will have a high asking price but considering he's one of the best cornerbacks in the league, he's worth looking into at least.
Update: It's official. Bucs release Revis.
2) S Chris Clemons
The Eagles could still use another starting safety and Clemons is the best player out there on the market. For whatever reason, I haven't seen Clemons getting much buzz.
3) OLB Rob Jackson
The Eagles still need depth at OLB. Last year the only OLBs behind starters Connor Barwin and Trent Cole were Brandon Graham and Casey Matthews. The signing of Braman gives the Eagles some depth there but he's more of a special teams player, it seems. Rob Jackson proved he can start when Redskins' starting OLB Brian Orakpo went down to injury two seasons ago. Jackson would give the Eagles depth and could be used in a rotational role.
4) S Nate Allen
Hey, why does this name sound familiar? Believe it or not, the much-maligned Nate Allen is one of the best safety options on the market. I'm not sure if the Eagles have interest in bringing him back. They seemingly made no real effort to prevent him from hitting free agency. There hasn't been any buzz on Allen so far in free agency. Perhaps the Eagles would have interest in bringing him back on a relatively inexpensive deal.
5) S Rafael Bush (RFA)
BGN made the case for signing Rafael Bush last week. The Saints just paid big money to Jairus Byrd. They were already working with little cap space to begin with. What the Eagles can do now is sign Bush to a competitive offer sheet that will make it tough for the Saints to match. The Saints already have Byrd and Kenny Vacarro as their starting safeties. They won't likely be eager to overpay for a high quality third safety.
So there you have my rankings, all of which focus on the defensive side of the ball. Who are you still targeting for the Eagles in free agency?