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The NFL Draft continued on Friday evening, with the second and third rounds taking place. The Eagles owned the third overall pick in the second round, and the fifth pick of the third.
With their second-round pick, the Eagles selected tight end Zach Ertz from Stanford. Ertz was considered a first-round talent by some, and head [...](Read more...)
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With their second round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Eagles have selected tight end Zach Ertz out of Stanford.
Ertz stands at 6-6 and 249 pounds and should be the red zone threat the Eagles have lacked over the years. Many gave him a first round grade and many ranked him higher than Tyler Eifert, the Notre Dame tight end who went in the middle of the first round.
Ertz is an athletic...
How do the Falcons manage selecting players at this pace? Just a few minutes after taking a new defensive end, Dimitroff picked up gigantic tight end Levine Toilolo out of Stanford. Outside of Keith Zinger in the 7th round back in 2008, Dimitroff has never drafted a tight end. I just checked and Toilolo is the tallest tight end in the draft at just over 6'8" while...
The Stanford Cardinal has released a hype video titled "Stanford Secondary" that is going to make every defensive back recruit in America want to suit up for the boys in Palo Alto.
The Philadelphia Eagles took Zach Ertz, a tight end from Stanford, with the 35th pick in the NFL draft on Friday. Ertz, 6-5, 249 lbs, was considered the second best tight end in the draft.
"Ertz was our top choice coming in," Chip Kelly said. "We just had our fingers crossed."
Ertz finished last season with...
Here are a few under the radar prospects that Buffalo could select for Day Two. I used ‘under the radar’ to mean players that the Bills haven’t typically been linked with for these picks (actually I pretty much just left out Justin Hunter and the top few cornerbacks on the board). The Bills have picks 41 and 46 in the second round, and pick 78 in the third.