The Eagles' first-round pick was likely in Philly on Wednesday | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith, San Diego State tight end Gavin Escobar and BYU defensive end Ezekiel "Ziggy" Ansah were all at the NovaCare Complex Wednesday for official visits with Chip Kelly, Howie Roseman and the Eagles’ brass, according to league sources. Also, according to a league source, Oregon linebacker Dion Jordan and Central Michigan offensive tackle Eric Fisher are scheduled to arrive Wednesday evening for their meetings with the Eagles. Additionally, Florida defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd, a Philadelphia native, is scheduled for a visit on Friday, and the team is also set to meet with Texas A&M offensive tackle Luke Joeckel sometime in the next few days.
DeSean Jackson: 'Sky's the limit'
"I feel the sky’s the limit for myself," Jackson said Wednesday. "I think this year, with Chip coming in with the style of play of his offense, it’s really going to help me out a lot more as well. I’m going to be able to get certain looks, get the ball in my hand, do things I wasn’t doing the past five years. So that’s going to be an exciting time for myself. I’m going to have to be fully prepared, fully in shape, fully healthy."
Eagles To Bring In Dion Jordan For Visit | Birds 24/7
Oregon defensive end/linebacker Dion Jordan will visit with the Eagles Wednesday and Thursday, according to Ian Rapoport.
Opposing NFC East QB’s and WR’s react to Nnamdi Asomugha signing outside the division – Blogging the bEast
They could have really use those extra stats!
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Nick Foles of Philadelphia Eagles sure he can run Chip Kelly's attack - ESPN
Receiver DeSean Jackson said Wednesday that he believes Foles can run Kelly's system. "Nick Foles is a special player," Jackson told reporters. "He's never been in an offense like this before, but I think he'll do fine. He's a great quarterback."
Chart of NFL scouting combine averages for last 5 years | Green Bay Press Gazette | greenbaypressgazette.com
Here's a chart you might want to keep handy when you're looking at the test results for players in this year's draft. ESPN's Todd McShay has calculated the average size and test performance for every position from the last five NFL scouting combines. It gives you an idea of the size and athletic parameters for each position.