The Philadelphia Eagles have uniquely high expectations in 2024. Philadelphia has a star-studded roster that seems to be always brimming with talent thanks to general manager Howie Roseman. However, the Eagles could not get it done on the field when it counted last season.

The team started off red hot, winning 10 out of their first 11 games. However, they collapsed down the stretch and were blown out by a middling Buccaneers squad in the Wild Card round. In fact, they went 1-7 from Week 13 through the end of the season.

This puts Philadelphia in a bit of an awkward situation. Their roster is undoubtedly one of the strongest in the league. They have a dynamic franchise QB in Jalen Hurts who is locked up on a long-term contract. The Eagles have everything they need to become a consistent contender in the NFC, they simply need the coaching staff to put it all together.

Nick Sirianni is on an incredibly hot seat heading into the season. Philadelphia should add even more reinforcements to ensure Sirianni has enough to work with in 2024.

Here are three trade candidates who the Eagles should seriously consider trading for before training camp.

Brevin Jordan – TE – Houston Texans

Brevin Jordan was drafted by the Houston Texans in the fifth round in 2021. Jordan has failed to put up gaudy numbers throughout his first three seasons, but he has been a solid contributor.

Jordan is a tough evaluation as a pro because his first two seasons were with a directionless Texans franchise. CJ Stroud changed all of that last year, but he had Dalton Schultz to throw to at tight end.

Jordan is in the final year of his rookie contract and would most likely come at a reasonable price. The Texans re-signed Schultz and drafted Ohio State tight end Cade Stover, so it seems they already have a long-term plan at the position.

Meanwhile, the Eagles' tight end depth behind Dallas Goedert is questionable. C.J. Uzomah looks to have lost a step since his days in Cincinnati and Grant Calcaterra and Albert Okwuegbunam Jr. have not been reliable options.

If the Eagles acquired Brevin Jordan, they would gain a backup plan at tight end for 2024 and possibly the future. It would also increase Philly's willingness to deploy two tight end formations, which they have historically enjoyed doing.

Dillon Radunz – T – Tennessee Titans

Many thought the Eagles would use their first-round pick in 2024 on a right tackle. Lane Johnson is 34 years old and his availability past 2024 is a serious question.

The Eagles don't necessarily need to find Johnson's replacement right away, but having a solid back-up plan with some upside would be wise.

Dillon Radunz could be that guy. He is expected to win the Titans' starting right tackle spot, but it's possible that he's available for the right price.

Brian Callahan has taken over in Tennessee and was not responsible for drafting Radunz, so he may be willing to part with him. Radunz is on the final year of his rookie contract, which makes this even more possible.

The Titans played Radunz all over the offensive line in 2023, but he clearly thrived at right tackle — specifically in run blocking. This is exactly what Philly would want in Lane Johnson insurance.

As long as the two teams can agree on terms, Radunz would be a fabulous acquisition for the Eagles.

Chad Muma – LB – Jacksonville Jaguars

The Eagles have a sneaky huge need for another inside linebacker.

Philadelphia will enter the 2024 season with Devin White and Nakobe Dean as their starters, with fifth-round rookie Jeremiah Trotter Jr. and Oren Burks as backup. This situation is okay on paper, but there are several ways that this could turn into a weakness for the Eagles.

Devin White is the only proven commodity of the bunch. He has been a solid pro, but nowhere near living up to his fifth overall pick pedigree. That puts the Eagles one injury away from a possible disaster of a position group.

Let's be realistic, one player isn't going to fix the situation by himself. However, adding depth would be a smart move for the Eagles.

Muma is a solid depth piece with intriguing upside. The Jaguars picked him in the third round of the 2022 NFL Draft. He had a solid rookie season before being replaced by Foyesade Oluokun and Devin Lloyd the following offseason.

Muma has two years left on his rookie contract and would slide in as a talented reserve player at a huge position of need.