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NFC East enemy report: How Dallas' division rivals are attacking free agency while Cowboys fly under radar

Here's a quick breakdown of each NFC East team's free agents (both unrestricted and restricted), needs and available cap space. The teams are listed in inverse order of how they finished the 2017 season.

Note: The UFAs, RFAs and Needs are via the Associated Press.

1. Eagles

2017 record: 13-3 (5-1) and Super Bowl champs Pick in Round 1 of NFL draft: No. 32

Notable transactions made
-- Traded WR Torrey Smith for CB Daryl Worley
-- Traded WR Marcus Johnson and a fifth-round pick for DE Michael Bennett and a seventh-round pick
--To sign Lions DT Haloti Ngata, 34 year old who went to Pro Bowl from 2009-13

Analysis from SportsDay Cowboys insider Jon Machota: Ngata's age and injury history make him far from the Cowboys' biggest problem with Eagles' loaded defensive line.

Unrestricted free agents
LBs Nigel Bradham, Dannell Ellerbe and Najee Goode; RBs Darren Sproles, LeGarrette Blount and Kenjon Barner; TE Trey Burton; CB Patrick Robinson; DT Beau Allen; DE Bryan Braman; S Corey Graham; K Caleb Sturgis; OT Will Beatty.

Restricted free agents
DB Jaylen Watkins.

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