Philadelphia was expected to challenge for a Super Bowl last season, but chemistry plays a big part in the NFL and the Eagles struggled in the first half of the season, but the team rebounded and is now looking to carry that momentum into the 2012 season.
The team is lacking in one area and that's a backup for starting quarterback Michael Vick and the latest from Bleacher Report writer Matt Stein suggests the Eagles look at their former quarterback Donovan McNabb for depth.
McNabb is not the player he was when he left for Washington, but he knows the Eagles play book and could lead this team if Vick is injured. This move wouldn't make the fans real happy, but head coach Andy Reid is on the hot seat this year and he must do what is best for the team and himself.
McNabb has received little attention during the NFL free agency period and a move back to where his career started would earn him a pay check and give the Eagles a cheap insurance policy entering the 2012-13 season.