The NFC East consists of four teams that presents fans with some of the biggest rivalries in the NFL. Many of the intradivision matchups are often shown on prime time television for the whole nation to see.

The Eagles are coming off their first Super Bowl win in franchise history. They also won the division and will look to become the first team to win the NFC East in back-to-back years since they did four straight seasons from 2001-04.

Here are key additions and key losses for the personnel of each NFC East team in the offseason.

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Dallas Cowboys

  • Key additions: Tavon Austin, WR (trade), Kony Ealy, DE (signed), Cameron Fleming, OT (signed), Allen Hurns, WR (signed), Deonte Thompson, WR (signed), Leighton Vander Esch, LB (first round), Connor Williams, G (second round), Michael Gallup, WR (third round)
  • Key losses: Jason Witten, TE (retired), Dez Bryant, WR (released), Orlando Scandrick, CB (Redskins), Brice Butler, WR (Cardinals), Anthony Hitchens, LB (Chiefs), Jonathan Cooper, G (49ers), Alfred Morris, RB (unsigned)

Quarterback Dak Prescott will have a whole new group of players to throw the ball to after his two favorite targets either retired (Jason Witten) or were cut (Dez Bryant).

Allen Hurns is the most productive player they signed to replace them, but he has averaged 45.8 yards receiving per game over the last two seasons after averaging 68.7 and totaling 1,031 yards on the year in 2015.

Sporting News believes that third-round rookie wide receiver Michael Gallup is the team's biggest acquisition in the offseason.

New York Giants

  • Key additions: Nate Solder, OT (signed), Riley Dixon, P (trade), William Gay, CB (signed), Josh Mauro, DE (signed), Cody Latimer, WR (signed), Kareem Martin, LB (signed), Patrick Omameh, G (signed), Jonathan Stewart, RB (signed), Alec Ogletree, LB (trade), Saquon Barkley, RB (first round), Will Hernandez, G (second round), Lorenzo Carter, LB (third round), B.J. Hill, DT (third round)
  • Key losses: Brandon Marshall, WR (Seahawks), Dwayne Harris, WR (Raiders), Ross Cockrell, CB (Panthers), Devon Kennard, LB (Lions), Orleans Darkwa, RB (unsigned), Weston Richburg, C (49ers), D.J. Fluker, G (Seahawks), Justin Pugh, G (Cardinals), Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (released)

The Giants tried to address their offensive line woes over the past few seasons and made a high-profile signing to protect quarterback Eli Manning's blind side in left tackle Nate Solder.

The drafting of running back Saquon Barkley with the second overall pick should instantaneously improve a run game that ranked 26th and 29th respectively in 2017 and 2016 in yards on the ground.

Philadelphia Eagles

  • Key additions: Richard Rodgers, TE (signed), Mike Wallace, WR (signed), Haloti Ngata, DT (signed), Michael Bennett, DE (trade), Dallas Goedert, TE (second round)
  • Key losses: Mychal Kendricks, LB (Browns), Vinny Curry, DE (Buccaneers), LeGarrette Blount, RB (Lions), Patrick Robinson, CB (Saints), Beau Allen, DT (Buccaneers), Trey Burton, TE (Bears), Torrey Smith, WR (Panthers)

Not resting on the laurels of a Super Bowl championship, the Eagles looked to improve their defensive front four by trading for defensive end Michael Bennett from the Seahawks (named to last three Pro Bowls) and signing five-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Haloti Ngata.

The hope is that they can have an improved pass rush after finishing middle-of-the-pack in 2017 with 38 sacks as a team.

Washington Redskins

  • Key additions: Pernell McPhee, LB (signed), Orlando Scandrick, CB (signed), Alex Smith, QB (trade), Paul Richardson, WR (signed), Da'Ron Payne, DT (first round), Derrius Guice, RB (second round), Geron Christian, OT (third round)
  • Key losses: Trent Murphy, DE (Bills), Spencer Long, C (Jets), Kendall Fuller, CB (Chiefs), Ryan Grant, WR (Colts), Kirk Cousins, QB (Vikings), Terrelle Pryor Sr., WR (Jets)

All eyes will be on new starting quarterback Alex Smith. The team traded for him to replace former starter Kirk Cousins who signed with the Vikings.

Starting all 48 games for Washington over the last three years, Cousins completed 67 percent of his passes for 13,176 yards, 81 touchdowns, and 36 interceptions.

Over the same time frame (in 46 starts) with the Chiefs, Smith completed 66.7 percent of his throws for 11,030 yards, 61 touchdowns, and 20 interceptions.

According to Redskins Wire's Chris Roling, Smith has 60/1 odds by oddsmakers in Las Vegas to win this season's MVP which is well behind Cousins (22/1).