I think the QB plan should be Hurts, Minshew, and a 3rd young QB from either draft, another team's practice squad, or from outside NFL. Both Hurts and Minshew have shown enough to be worth continuing to develop. They give the Eagles a huge salary cap advantage and allow filling of holes and strengthening of key positions. We have a new head coach and new coordinators. Especially on D, our players aren't ideally suited to Gannon's scheme. We need to strengthen DE, LB, and S. On offense we could use another top OL and WR. Next year can be evaluation of the QBs as well as Sirianni and his staff, with a more suitable roster for them to work with. I would use all of our draft picks this year, in order to provide the best offense around Hurts/Minshew and players whose skills match Gannon's strategy.
There are big strategic advantages to being able to pay relatively nothing for your QB room. On the O-side, they should try very hard to get one more season out of Kelce. He gets injured more, but his level of play remains high and he plays through injury.
I'd go FA, rather than trade.
In the draft, better to take the best player available, within reason. Our major draft goal is likely a top DE or fast LB who can blitz as well as cover and stop the run. That said, if a top QB prospect whom we like (I seriously doubt the draft class at QB is totally barren -- if they really like one of them, spend a 1st round pick. Ditto WR).
I wouldn't trade down in draft or trade for 2023 picks with our 2022 first rounders. Try for 4-5 guys who can contribute next year in first 3 rounds of draft.