The Philadelphia Eagles took Stanford S Ed Reynolds with their second of two picks in the fifth round of the NFL Draft. Reynolds played with current Eagles tight end Zach Ertz in Palo Alto, and against head coach Chip Kelly when Kelly was back at Oregon.
Here are five things you need to know about Reynolds.
1. In 2012 and 2013, Reynolds was an All-Pac 12 selection.
2. He hasnââ...
With the No. 162 overall pick of the NFL Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles selected Stanford S Ed Reynolds. Heâll join former teammate Zach Ertz in Philadelphia who was drafted in the second round last year
Hereâs how Twitter reacted to the selection:
Reynolds is a good sleeper pick for #eagles
â Nick Kohanâ˘ (@twuntywun21) May 10, 2014
Welcome to the Eagles Ed Reynolds #FlyEaglesFly...
With the 162nd overall selection in the draft, the Eagles selected Stanford safety Ed Reynolds.
Reynolds stands at 6-1 and 207 pounds and recorded a 4.57 40-yard dash at this yearâs NFL Combine. He is more of your box type safety and doesnât have the range and speed to play the center field type safety position.
After adding Malcolm Jenkins through free agency, the thought was...
It wasn't another Oregon player, but Chip Kelly stayed in the Pac-12 with the second fifth-round selection.
With the 162nd overall pick, the Eagles selected Ed Reynolds, a 6'1", 207-pound safety out of Stanford.
Reynolds played three years at Stanford and finished his career with 139 tackles, including 89 solo tackles.
2013 was a down season for Reynolds. He had just one interception...
Sean McMahon49ersLife.com continues its countdown of our Top 10 Draft Crushes for the upcoming NFL Draft (May 8-10, Radio City Music Hall, New York, New York) with Stanford Safety Ed Reynolds. For those that missed our #1 choice, please follow this link.
Reynoldsâ potential drafting by the 49ers isÂ notÂ dependent upon whether or not theÂ franchise re-signs veteran strong safety...
We continue breaking down 2014 NFL Draft prospects at Turn On The Jets, sticking with the free safety group. Next up is Stanfordâs Ed Reynolds, a two year starter for âNerd Nation.â Reynolds has begun to stir up the debate of who the best available safety in the 2014 draft class is. Letâs break down the prospect.
The Orange Park, Florida native Reynolds stand...
Free safety Ed Reynolds and right tackle Cameron Fleming are the latest Stanford players to announce they are forgoing their final year of eligibility to enter the NFL draft.
Both announced their decisions through the school Tuesday. They had until Wednesday's deadline for underclassmen to declare for the draft.
Reynolds ranked third at Stanford with 87 tackles and also had one...
Via AP on Fox
January 14, 2014
Stanford free safety Ed Reynolds is forgoing his final year of eligibility to enter the NFL draft.
Reynolds announced his decision through the school Tuesday. He had until Wednesday's deadline for underclassmen to declare for the draft.
Reynolds ranked third at Stanford with 87 tackles and also had one interception last season to earn Pac-12 first-team honors for the second straight...
Via AP on Fox
January 14, 2014