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Round 1, No. 4Lane Johnson, OT, OklahomaBefore transferring to Oklahoma, Johnson was a 6'6", 220-pound quarterback at Kilgore College than switched to tight end in 2009. Once he got to Oklahoma, he added weight and moved to defense before switching to offensive line in 2011. Johnson has the competitive drive that every NFL team wants in the position. He does a great job utilizing his limbs to eliminate defenders and using his length to keep pass rushers away. On the flip side, he needs to continue to develop his core strength and technique a bit. With his wide base and natural athleticism, he has the most upside out of all the players in his position. Round 2, No. 35Zach Ertz, TE, StanfordErtz was buried in the depth chart over the first few seasons in Stanford. He exploded in 2012 as the team's biggest offensive weapon and led the nation in receiving yards by a tight end. He has improved his hand skills and as a blocker, but is still somewhat inconsistent in both aspec...
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Former Oklahoma offensive tackle Lane Johnson was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles with the third overall pick in the NFL Draft less than 24 hours ago, but he has already given the Philly media a glimpse into the type of guy that he is. Most rookies focus on trying to say and do the right things when they first come into the NFL, but Johnson felt the urge to screw with Jeff McLane...
Entering into the mythology of athlete food and drink consumption, and along the lines of drinking 64 beers in a cross-country flight, is none other than Philadelphia Eagles first round draft pick, Lane Johnson. Johnson, a former high school quarterback, who gained over 100LBs since, is being presented to fans of the Eagles as some kinda folklore. Johnson is even playing into it...
The First-Round of the 2013 NFL draft is finally over, and it’s time to compare what the teams in the 2013 NFC East draft class did to become the division winner in 2013. The Philadelphia Eagles kicked off the East with the 4th overall pick.
4. Philadelphia Eagles select: Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma
Lane Johnson proves uncertainty with Jason Peters. Peters’ ruptured Achilles...
Lane Johnson has his moment on the NFL Draft state with Commissioner Roger Goodell after being the 4th overall pick. Image via the Philadelphia Eagles Instagram.
Eagles fans, the wait is over. There was no trading down—instead, when Oklahoma OT Lane Johnson was still available at number 4, the Philadelphia Eagles took him.
The 6’6, 303 lb tackle will be an integral part of the...
Oklahoma OT Lane Johnson is the newest bird in the Philadelphia Eagles’ nest. Chip Kelly’s first draft pick as Eagles head coach should be a staple on the offensive line for the next decade.
Hopefully, there will be some pro bowls in his future as well.
Johnson, 6′ 6″ 303 lbs, is the most athletic OT in the draft and was the third ranked tackle by virtually all...
1.04 Philadelphia Eagles Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma (6-6, 303)
Lane Johnson was selected as the fouth overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles. Johnson is a converted tight end blessed with quick feet and the size and speed necessary to be an elite offensive tackle. Johnson is considered by some experts as the offensive tackle with the highest ceiling, although...
In the whirlwind that was Thursday night for new Philadelphia Eagles OT Lane Johnson, words of welcome and congratulations flooded in from everyone, including his new teammates.
As we all know by now, OG Evan Mathis has quite a way with words on Twitter, and he had a short but simple way of welcoming and introducing himself to his fellow offensive lineman:
Welcome to Philly ...
NFLDraftOkay the Eagles have Lane Johnson in house and now it’s time to add more players, who can help rebuild this team.
West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith is still on the board, but he won’t be sitting there in front of the nation this morning, waiting to get drafted. Smith could end up being the steal [...](Read more...)
Chip Kelly's first pick in his NFL career, Lane Johnson, a predictable but great choice.His second pick, was tight end Zach Ertz who he was able to get in the second round, surely a steal.With his third pick, he got another steal, LSU's premiere defensive tackle Bennie Logan.With his fourth pick however, Chip made a move that shocked everyone from analyst to fan.After trading...
Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly added eight selections with his first NFL Draft. Kelly’s debut draft class features three offensive players and five defensive players, all who fit specifically under Kelly’s vision for the future of the organization.
First Round: Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma
Philly must have been pretty scared when Miami traded up ahead of them, but they got their man anyways. Johnson is the third best OT in the draft, but I think he has the most potential out of the three. I think Chip Kelly can get a lot out of him. He will be a staple on that line for years to come. I think Johnson was one of the top...
NFLDraftTags: Philadelphia EaglesZach Ertz“Big people beat up little people.”
It is probably Chip Kelly’s most colorful quote early in his coaching career with the Eagles. It is also his method for draft picks. Kelly’s first two draft picks were geared toward the trenches. Lane Johnson, the 6-foot-6, 300-pound tackle from Oklahoma and Zach...
Here are eight things we gleaned from Round 1 of the NFL Draft, a quirky night of selections that resulted in seven offensive linemen and 10 D-line prospects coming off the board in the first 32 picks:
1. It's easy to feel indifferent about Eric Fisher (Chiefs), Luke Joeckel (Jaguars) and Lane Johnson (Eagles) going 1, 2, 4
To clarify, it's never a bad thing when NFL teams...
The Philadelphia Eagles 2013 Draft Class. Image via the Philadelphia Eagles Facebook page.
While the news of the Philadelphia Eagles’ selection of Matt Barkley was still setting in, the Eagles were still busy making their remaining picks in the 2013 NFL Draft. The four picks following Barkley for the Birds were all on defense. To round out their selections, the Eagles drafted S...
With the 2013 NFL Draft almost in the books, I think it’s safe to start diagnosing and criticizing Howie Roseman and Co.’s 2013 draft class. After all, the latter is what we do best here in Philadelphia isn’t it?
I’m not going to cover every draft pick in this article, I just want to talk about the most compelling three picks.
Let’s get right to it.