The Linc - Eagles Begin Offseason Schedule


Philadelphia Eagles news and links for 4/21/2014.

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Of Interest or Not? - Tommy Lawlor, Iggles Blitz
Kelly might have interest in Pryor, but I doubt it. Kelly seems to prefer QBs that can throw the ball well first and foremost. He needs the passing game to be a threat to the defense so that will open up the running game. Pryor is a dynamic runner, as we saw first hand, but he is not a functional passer at the NFL level. He is a major project. The fact Oakland, who is QB needy, is letting him go isn’t a great sign.

Draft Daily: Close-Up On Clemson WR Martavis Bryant - Sheil Kapadia, Birds 24/7
If you took the top 10 plays of Martavis Bryant’s 2013 season and showed them to scouts and GMs across the NFL, chances are most would agree he deserves to be a no-brainer first-round pick. But there’s obviously a lot more to scouting a player than just the highlights. And that’s why Bryant isn’t expected to go until Day 2. At 6-4, 211, Bryant ran a 4.42 at the combine. He has arguably the best size/speed combination of any receiver in this class.

Eagles begin offseason program - Zach Berman, Inquirer
The Eagles' offseason program begins on Monday, marking the start of a busy two months on the league calendar. The draft and organized team activities are quickly approaching. Monday is what the NFL considers phase one, which lasts two weeks with activities limited to strength and conditioning and physical rehabilitation. Attendance is voluntary. Some of the Eagles have been training at the NovaCare Complex on an informal basis, but Monday is the beginning of the official program.

NFL Draft 2014 Eagles toss up: Should Eagles take Allen Robinson or Deone Bucannon in second round? - ESP,
Today's scenario: What if both Allen Robinson, wideout from Penn State, and Deone Bucannon, safety from Washington State, are there at No. 54?

Offseason Heats Up Starting Now - Dave Spadaro,
Free agency was a heck of an appetizer. All of this pre-draft chatter has been quite a tease. The intensity for the offseason increases right now, as the Eagles begin their offseason conditioning program ahead of the NFL draft ...

Kelvin Benjamin a fit for Eagles? Jaws thinks so - CSN Philly
With DeSean Jackson gone, the conventional wisdom has the Eagles looking for a wide receiver in the NFL draft. At the No. 22 spot in the draft, Chip Kelly and the Eagles will have plenty of options. During Friday’s appearance on "Philly Sports Talk," former Eagles quarterback Ron Jaworski talked about the receivers he likes. For Jaws, Kelvin Benjamin from Florida State is the most intriguing.

2014 NFL Draft: Ed Reynolds can't wait to be at training camp (again) - Louis Bien, SB Nation NFL
Stanford safety Ed Reynolds was once a ball boy at Giants training camp. He spoke with SB Nation, about returning to the NFL field, except as a top draft pick.

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