The Eagles might trade up in next week's NFL Draft. Or they might trade down. They also may stick at No. 12 overall and select a player with most of the money there being on South Carolina cornerback Jaycee Horn, the Alabama receiver who falls a bit - Jaylen Waddle - or Heisman Trophy winner Devonta Smith.
The Philadelphia Eagles might be the most difficult team to hedge bets on when it comes to the NFL Draft. The only thing we’ve come to expect is the unexpected and they could be just as likely to move up as they are to move back.
The Eagles are entering the draft with numerous pressing needs this offseason but there may be one need that surpasses the rest of them. Since 2011, the secondary has been one of two positions of need that has yet to be truly productive and filled “correctly”.
As we sit just nine days out from the NFL draft, the New York Giants are now a team to watch and as the Eagles jockey for position, their NFC East rivals could play a part in landing the player they covet.
With the league selection process just days away, ESPN NFL draft analysts Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay combined for their latest mock drafts. The duo made their predictions based on what they would do with each pick, essentially playing general manager for all 32 teams and using their personal rankings to guide them.
The Philadelphia Eagles are heading into the draft with a league-leading eleven picks. Who will they draft? Who SHOULD they draft? From the receiving core to the secondary to the linebacking corps, the Philadelphia Eagles need talented playmakers.
PHILADELPHIA – Sleep has had to take a backseat for the past few months for Zack Patraw, president of the NFL Draft Bible. He and a network of scouts and evaluators have been busying themselves with ranking hundreds of prospects that will be available in the fast-approaching 2021 NFL Draft.
The Eagles and the rest of the NFL are back to work, sort of anyway. Nick Sirianni's first offseason program as the head coach of the Eagles kicked off Monday in a virtual fashion, much like last year's COVID-19 affected calendar.
The NFL Draft is only ten days away and there is still a lot that can happen. In fact, just about anything can. Howie Roseman and the Eagles have long been known to be an opportunist team and if the dominos fall into place for a potential move back up into the top 10, we can all assume Howie will be straight on the phone.
While the chaos 2020 might feel like it’s firmly behind us, the aftermath is still very much present. The pandemic is still a factor in our day-to-day lives and when it comes to NFL teams, it’s something that will be at the center of every decision moving forward.
The Philadelphia Eagles have been busy this offseason on the trade front, dealing Carson Wentz and later trading down from the No. 6 pick. With the 2021 NFL Draft less than two weeks away, general manager Howie Roseman could have another card up his sleeve.
Scott was selected by the New Orleans Saints in the sixth round of the 2018 NFL Draft but never made his official debut for that organization before the Eagles signed him off the New Orleans practice squad in December.