PHILADELPHIA (AP) Quick fixes are not part of the plan for the Philadelphia Eagles this offseason.
After finishing 7-9 under first-year coach Doug Pederson with rookie quarterback Carson Wentz starting every game, top executive Howie Roseman made it clear the goal isn't to build a team that just makes the playoffs.
The Eagles have been there, done that. They want to compete for a Super Bowl, not a wild-card spot. Those lofty goals will guide the team's direction in the coming months.