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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 he remains raw due to only playing the position for two to three years. Johnson projects as a great fit for new Eagles’ coach Chip Kelly’s uptempo offense, as Johnson has the quickness and athleticism to adapt to a fast paced scheme. He’ll be able to play on either side of the line and provide versatility to an Eagles’ O-line that needs the help. If he continues to improve at the pace he’s currently at and maximizes his talent and skill set, Johnson should be a staple on the Eagles’ line for years to come. The post Philadelphia Eagles Select Offensive Tackle Lane Johnson 4th Overall appeared first on FF...

Lane Johnson punks Philly media, makes up story about wrestling bears

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...

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Philadelphia Eagles Draft OT Lane Johnson at No. 4

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. AP Photo Johnson, 6′ 6″ 303 lbs, is the most athletic OT in the draft and was the third ranked tackle by virtually all...

Eagles Draft 2013: Day 2 Offers Interesting Targets and Possibilities

Day 2 of the 2013 NFL Draft offers several possibilities for Chip Kelly and the Philadelphia Eagles.  There are numerous players still on the board that could be potential targets and trading down is still an option as well. First, let’s go though some of the top targets the Eagles should and/or will likely consider… My first choice is Florida International safety Jonathan Cyprien...

Lane Johnson’s “Cheeseburger and a Week” and Dion Jordan Higher on Eagles’ Board

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly stated during his press conference after selecting OT Lane Johnson with his first round pick that Oklahoma’s strength and conditioning coach said it would take “a cheeseburger and a week” to transition Johnson from DE to OT… Kelly was asked if Johnson’s versatility and up-tempo experience was a factor in the pick when he stated...

Philadelphia Eagles add TE Zach Ertz and DT Bennie Logan in Day 2 of draft action

In Day Two of the NFL Draft, Chip Kelly and the Philadelphia Eagles did proceed as some anticipated in the second round by drafting a quarterback. Instead, in the 2nd round (35th overall pick) they drafted Stanford tight end Zach Ertz, and in the third (67th overall) added LSU defensive tackle Bennie Logan to their ranks. Zach Ertz. Image via the Stanford Daily. Kelly is all too...

Eagles Select Safety Earl Wolff In Fifth Round

Categories: BREAKING NEWS Eagles NewsTags: Earl WolffPhiladelphia EaglesThe Eagles added some depth to the safety position in the fifth round, selecting safety Earl Wolff from N.C. Sate. This is the first pick that the Eagles have made that won’t be a lock to make the 53-man roster. Wolff will need to compete with Nate Allen, Kurt Coleman, and Colt Anderson for one of [...](Read more...)

Report: Eagles Seriously Interested In Tavon Austin

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly wants an explosive 100 miles a minute football team.  West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin is the epitome of explosion. The Star Ledger via a report and Tweet from L.A. Times columnist Sam Farmer is reporting that the Eagles may be seriously interested in Austin. According to Farmer, the Eagles recently had a half hour video Skype session...

Five Reasons Why Chip Kelly Drafted QB Matt Barkley

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...

Chip Kelly completes first NFL Draft with eight selections

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. 

How Will Zach Ertz Impact The Tight End Position?

Categories: BREAKING NEWS News 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...
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