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Philadelphia Eagles: Why to watch Ed Reynolds

In his first year as a starter, Reynolds had 3 interceptions returned for touchdowns. In the fifth-round of the 2014 NFL Draft the Philadelphia Eagles selected free safety Ed Reynolds with the 162nd pick. Reynolds, a standout at Stanford, tore his ACL in his sophomore year and would go on to have a fine career for the Cardinal. According to scouts, Reynolds is a high football IQ...
June 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Eagles sign fifth-round pick Ed Reynolds

The Eagles have signed five of their seven draft picks. Safety Ed Reynolds is the latest member of the draft class to agree to a contract. The fifth-rounder signed a four-year deal with the team, leaving first-round linebacker Marcus Smith and second-round wide receiver Jordan Matthews as the only unsigned draftees. Reynolds was well known to coach Chip Kelly after a career at...
Via Pro Sports Daily
May 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Eagles Agree To Terms With Fifth-Round Pick S Ed Reynolds

  According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the Eagles have agreed to terms with fifth-round pick S Ed Reynolds. Reynolds is known as a big-hitting safety, a sought after quality after teams witnessed the impact Seattle’s safeties had on their imposing defense, but also one that could draw a few penalty flags.  He also has prototypical size and good instincts. Philadelphia’s...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
May 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Before safety digs in with Eagles, he's getting his degree

Ed Reynolds worked with Eagles coaches during the rookie minicamp last weekend, marking his last time with the team until the second week of June. That's when Reynolds, the safety the Eagles picked in the fifth round of the NFL draft, will complete his final exams to graduate with a political science degree from Stanford. An NFL rule keeps rookies from participating with their...
Via Pro Sports Daily
May 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Defensive backs center stage at Eagles rookie camp

Even though they allowed more yards in the air than any other defense in 2013, the Eagles did very little to change the core of their secondary this offseason. Free-agent safety Malcolm Jenkins was signed, in essence, to replace Patrick Chung, but the other starters or those near the top of the depth chart entering spring practices will return. A few second-tier free agents were...
Via Pro Sports Daily
May 16, 2014  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Philadelphia Eagles safety Ed Reynolds’ highlight tape

With the team’s second pick in the fifth round (No. 162 overall), the Philadelphia Eagles selected safety Ed Reynolds out of Stanford. Reynolds was teammates in Palo Alto with Zach Ertz, an Eagles’ selection in the second round of the 2013 draft. A position that most people thought the Eagles desperately needed, Howie Roseman and Chip Kelly waited until the fifth round to grab...
Via cover32 - Eagles
May 15, 2014  |  Discuss
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