Found April 27, 2012 on Eagles Addict:
Now that the Philadelphia Eagles have their shiny new DT Fletcher Cox, who are some players they could target on Day 2 of the 2012 NFL draft? Lavonte David would look good as an Eagle!! Photo: giantsgab.com The Eagles currently hold three picks on Day 2: Nos 46, 51 and 88.  There are several good players still on the board, many of which could be potential targets.  I’m going to break it down by players the Eagles should and will be looking at. Even before they took Cox in Round 1, I still believe linebacker is the biggest need for this team.  Therefore, I’m hoping the Eagles agree and will target one in Round 2.  Other possibilities include CB, DE, WR and KR/PR (possibly a CB or WR who doubles as one). There is also the chance they consider a quarterback on Day 2, but I’m strongly rooting against that notion for reasons I described here. Players that I strongly want the Eagles to target on Day 2: LB Lavonte David LB Mychal Kendricks LB Bobby Wagner LB Demario Davis DE Vinny Curry...
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