Nevertheless, more coaching moves could be in the offing, although the offensive staff - Reid's baby - is likely to remain untouched.
Reid's silence since the season ended has been interpreted as an ominous sign for defensive coordinator Juan Castillo. Last year, Reid fired Sean McDermott from the same post five days after the season, but he had been mulling the idea for weeks.
This decision could take some time because Reid is not likely to fire Castillo, and he has to have his replacement (read: Steve Spagnuolo) in place if he is to move Castillo, his longtime assistant, into another job.
But changes will be made on the roster, as always, and the offseason order of events could provide clues to how they unfold. Here are some key dates to mark on your Eagles calendar:
Jan. 23-29, Senior Bowl week. The Birds' scouting and coaching staffs will descend upon Mobile, Ala., to get their first look at some of the top prospects in this year's draft.
For the first time in years, the Eagles could be interested in selecting a quarterback early. Matt Barkley and Landry Jones have decided to stay in school, and Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III will be selected before the Eagles' No. 15 slot. So another need may be addressed in the first round.
One thing to consider from Mobile: The Birds' last two top picks - defensive end Brandon Graham and guard Danny Watkins - were Senior Bowl standouts.
Jan. 29, Pro Bowl. As LeSean McCoy is gobbling up yards in the annual simulation of an all-star game, the Eagles will be reminded that they should probably offer the running back a new contract. McCoy won't pout if he heads into his final year without an extension, though.
"I just know if LeSean's healthy," McCoy's brother, LeRon, said last week, "he'll play as hard as he can next season with or without a contract."
Feb. 20 to March 5, franchise tagging. NFL teams have a two-week window to franchise tag one of their unrestricted free agents, and the Eagles could expend theirs on DeSean Jackson. The wide receiver said that he would be OK with the one-year tag - he'd stand to make close to $10 million next season - even though he's looking for a long-term deal.
The Eagles could trade Jackson after they franchise him, in which case he would likely get a new contract from another team. Or they could extend him themselves (see: Vick, Michael, 2010).
Feb. 22-28, Scouting Combine. The NFL's yearly meat market will give the Eagles, in some cases, a last look at this year's crop of draft candidates.
The Birds may choose to address their needs at linebacker through free agency, but expect to hear the name Luke Kuechly a few thousand times over the next few months. The Boston College junior announced Friday that he would enter the draft, and nearly every mock draft already has the linebacker slotted to the Eagles.
There's one small problem with that: Reid has never drafted a linebacker in the first round.
March 13, free agency. For the first time in three years, free agency will be unfettered by restrictions or the lockout.
The Eagles have 11 unrestricted free agents of their own and will likely attempt to sign guard Evan Mathis and defensive tackle Derek Landri quickly. If they don't franchise Jackson and let him walk, they may try and find his replacement from a pool of receivers - Wes Welker, Vince Jackson, Dwayne Bowe and Marques Colston, to name several - that is deep as of this writing.
They could find their run-stopping linebacker in free agency (Curtis Lofton, anyone?). But a look at the thin crop of available quarterbacks who could back up Vick could force the Eagles to bring Vince Young back.
Late March, owners meetings. There's always the possibility they swing a trade for a No. 2 quarterback. The annual gathering of NFL decision-makers often includes a few megadeals.
The Eagles will surely be shopping cornerback Asante Samuel unless they have already traded him. A proposed deal with the Lions that had the Eagles receiving two second-day draft picks fell through during training camp, according to sources close to the situation. And the Birds couldn't get the compensation they wanted before the October trade deadline. At this late date, they may have to part with the 31-year-old cornerback for virtually nothing.
Early April, team workouts. Vick hasn't had a full offseason to prepare as a starter since 2006, and this will be the first in which Reid can devote much of his attention to him as his No. 1 quarterback. This will be the most important offseason of Vick's career.
April 26-28, NFL draft. The Eagles once again are stocked with picks. They currently have nine (a first, two seconds, a third, two fourths, a fifth and three sixths).
Early May, mandatory minicamp. With most of his players in place, a kinder, gentler, more transparent Reid - we can dream - will begin the months-long process of whittling down the roster to 53.
Contact staff writer Jeff McLane at 215-854-4745, firstname.lastname@example.org or @Jeff_McLane on Twitter.