If the Philadelphia Eagles are thinking about drafting a quarterback in round two or three of the 2012 NFL draft, it might behoove them to reconsider that idea.
I posted this a few weeks ago but it’s worth repeating since the buzz about the Eagles drafting a QB early is gaining steam. Dan Pompei of the National Football Post reported recently the following:
A buzz is building in NFL front offices that the Eagles are going to take a quarterback fairly high. If they don’t make a move for Ryan Tannehill in round one, the Eagles could wait until the second round and go after Kirk Cousins or Brandon Weeden. Such a move could indicate the Eagles have concerns about Michael Vick’s ability to stay healthy and how he fits in Andy Reid’s offense.
The Eagles are, in fact, showing a lot of interest in this year’s QB class prospects. Either through combine or Senior Bowl interviews, private workouts or private visits, they’ve already been linked to several players such as Kirk Cousins, Ryan Ta...