2011 NFL draft: Looking at which players taken in Rounds 4-7 could have early impacts - ESPN
Alex Henery, K, Philadelphia Eagles (Round 4, No. 23) The impact: You don't take a kicker in Round 4 with other needs out there unless you plan for him to hold down the job in Week 1. Henery had the strongest leg in the draft.
The 5 Eagles Most Likely to Lose Their Jobs — McNabb or Kolb | Philadelphia Eagles Blog
With the influx of yet another large class of incoming rookies from the NFL draft, current Eagles have to be worried. Each year more veterans lose their jobs as the team turns to younger and cheaper replacements. Here are the five veterans hurt most by the 2011 class of rookies:
NFL.com news: NFLN names Mayock, Nessler to 'Thursday Night Football' booth
Highly regarded NFL analyst Mike Mayock will be joined by veteran television play-by-play announcer Brad Nessler in the booth on NFL Network's Thursday Night Football games for the 2011 season, NFL Network Senior Vice President of Production and Programming Mark Quenzel announced Thursday.
Didinger: NFL draft winners and losers recap
Ray Didinger breaks down the winners and losers from the NFL draft. One winner: The Lions, who, with the selection of Nick Fairley ... gasp ... might actually be good this season.
Von Miller, then and now: How recruits grow (and grow some more) into draft picks, by the numbers - Dr. Saturday - NCAAF Blog - Yahoo! Sports
Danny Watkins added 20 pounds from the time he was recruited to when he was drafted.