In the annual article taking a dive into the tornado that is predicting the NFL draft, we look at possible options for the Eagles at each position. Will the Eagles land DeVonta Smith? Or opt to take Terrace Marshall Jr or Elijah Moore if they’re available in the second round. What other corners are there outside of Jaycee Horn and Patrick Surtain II? This is the article to help clarify questions like those and make sure you recognize more names being called during the draft.
With February just around the corner, before you know it, it’ll be draft season. With the Philadelphia Eagles being in a less than favorable cap situation, the 2021 draft could be key to making some quick fixes, especially on the offensive side of the ball.
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With the 2020 draft just around the corner, it’s time to take a look at prospects that are potential picks for the Philadelphia Eagles. This article will look at each position viewed as a possible need for Philadelphia.
With NFL free agency and the draft coming up soon it’s time for Howie Roseman and the Eagles to find the right pieces to get back to the championship stage. As much as Philadelphia could benefit from a wide receiver there’s also a dire need for an upgrade at cornerback. So in this article, we’ll look at my top ten cornerback prospects for the Eagles to take in the draft.
Before you know it April will be here and so will the 2020 NFL Draft. One of the biggest offseason needs for the Philadelphia Eagles this year is Wide Reciever and lucky for them this season is considered to be historically deep at the position. So here’s a wishlist of rookie receivers I would like to see in midnight green to start off their careers.
With NFL off-season coming right around the corner, it’s best to know what player may be wearing midnight green next season. This article will go through five players at five different positions that could be on the Philadelphia Eagles radar this offseason.