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Readers: Eagles have improved most since lockout ended

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By PFW staff

The Eagles' eye-catching spending spree certainly influenced the opinions of PFW's readers, as they overwhelmingly selected Philadelphia to be the most improved team since the lockout ended in a recent poll question.

The additions of CB Nnamdi Asomugha, CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, DE Jason Babin, DT Cullen Jenkins, RB Ronnie Brown and QB Vince Young, among others, impressed respondents to the poll, who gave the Eagles 58.5 percent of the vote, far outdistancing the runner-up Patriots at 13.5 percent.

The rest of the responses went to the Cardinals (8.2 percent), Seahawks (8.0 percent), Texans (5.4 percent), Redskins (3.9 percent) and Jaguars (2.6 percent).

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