The Eagles have a lot of offseason decisions to make. Several starters are free agents and Hurts is eligible to be signed to a large contract.
Here are the free agents: CB James Bradberry, DT Fletcher Cox, LB T.J. Edwards, S Marcus Epps, S C.J. Gardner-Johnson, DT Javon Hargrave, DT Linval Joseph, RB Miles Sanders, OL Isaac Seumalo, LB Kyzir White, OL Andre Dillard, P Brett Kern, QB Gardner Minshew, WR Zach Pascal. DE Robert Quinn, RB Boston Scott, DT Ndamukong Suh
Also factoring in their decisions are DE Brandon Graham and C Jason Kelce who each might be considering retiring.
As for the 2023 draft, the Eagles don't have a lot of picks (6 total) at this time, they have two first round picks, a second, a third and two seventh round picks. I suspect Howie will get creative and move some picks around to acquire more picks.
Hurts is sill on his first contract in 2023, but the window for negotiation on his big second deal can begin this year. The big question is, would Jalen be willing to take a team friendly contract, meaning push a lot of the money into 2024 and beyond and play 2023 at a reasonable number like Brady did in New England. Howie is a master at structuring and re-structuring contracts in a way that the players and the players union never seem to gripe about, so maybe Jalen, who has never been about "me" and is seems to have a great head on his shoulders may see the value of being able to keep a good team around him for the next few seasons.
Getting back to a Super Bowl is never an easy thing, hopefully the Eagles can hold enough of the team together and supplement equal or better players though free agency and the draft to keep the Eagles competitive for the next several years.