07:48 PM ET 04.26 | The Eagles needed to correct their offensive-line, which was absolutely atrocious last season, and the selection of Johnson should help do that. But with Jason Peters, who missed last season with a ruptured Achilles', returning it raises the question of who will be the starting left tackle. Prior to missing the entire 2012 season, Peters was an All-Pro for the Birds in 2011, so as long as he is able to come back healthy, Peters needs to start at left-tackle. That means a major shift is in the works for the Eagles offensive line in 2013, which is a good thing based off of how the line performed just a season ago. Peters is likely to start at left, which will shift Johnson over to right-tackle. While Johnson was an All-American at left tackle, he has experience playing right tackle, and as long as Michael Vick is the Eagles quarterback, Johnson will technically be the blindside tackle. Todd Herremans, who has spent the last two seasons at right-tackle, will shift back to guard, likely on the right side of the line. Danny Watkins could prove to be a valuable backup to Herremans, who is coming off of a dislocated cuboid bone in his right foot.