It's becoming clear what Howie Roseman's offseason plan is.

Take care of your own..

After agreeing to deals and extensions with Jason Peters, Jason Kelce and Riley Cooper, the Eagles announced that Jeremy Maclin has been signed to a 1-year deal.

The deal was first reported by Adam Schefter who also mentioned the Broncos and Jets as alternative landing spots.

The deal includes a maximum value of $6 million with $3.5 million guaranteed.

Maclin, who will turn 26 in May, missed all of 2013 with the ACL injury he suffered in training camp.

If Maclin returns to 100 percent after the injury, he figures to be a crucial part in Chip Kelly's offense along side DeSean Jackson, Riley Cooper and LeSean McCoy.

It's also unknown as to where this leaves the Eagles front office targeting a wide receiver in the early round of the NFL Draft as it's said to be the deepest crop of wide receivers in years.