2014 NFL Draft Profiles

Draft Profile: Ball State DE/OLB Jonathan Newsome

The Eagles are poised to take advantage of a deep draft class in May and BGN is taking a look at some possible steals in the late rounds.

NFL Draft Profile: Syracuse DL Jay Bromley

The Eagles have a strength along on the defensive line but getting lower round value is the name of Howie Roseman's game. In fact, we will be looking at Day 3 prospects all this week and Syracuse lineman Jay Bromley will start us off.

Saturday Morning Draft Cartoons: Trading up?

The NFL Draft is just under a month away, so let's talk and spread some random musings about the issues regarding the annual mega-event.

NFL Draft Profile: Oklahoma WR Jalen Saunders

The Eagles could look to re-wire their deep threat game and Jalen Saunders could be a solid replacement for DeSean Jackson with big play ability.

NFL Draft Profile: UCLA OLB Anthony Barr

The Eagles have a big need for youth and talent at outside linebacker, so UCLA's Anthony Barr could be a first round option for Philadelphia.

NFL Draft Profile: Boise St. OLB Demarcus Lawrence

The Eagles will continue their quest for a pass rusher in May and will hope to come away with an outside linebacker at some point in the draft.

NFL Draft Profile: Oregon WR Josh Huff

Chip Kelly has shown an interest in bringing in his former players from Oregon and Josh Huff might be one of the better fits for the Eagles in this draft.

NFL Draft Profile: Indiana WR Cody Latimer

The Eagles may look to add a wide receiver on Day 2 if they pass in the first round. Indiana's Cody Latimer could be an interesting size-speed option for the team in the middle rounds.

NFL Draft Profile: Michigan OT Taylor Lewan

We continue our look at NFC East targets that could turn into future Eagles opponents with Michigan's Taylor Lewan.

NFL Draft Profile: Oregon State DE Scott Crichton

We are going to do things a bit differently for the rest of the week and discuss three prospects that could land in the NFC East as Eagles opponents next season. We will start with Oregon State's defensive end Scott Crichton.


NFL Draft Profile: Ole Miss WR Donte Moncrief

The wide receiver position is in a state of flux following the release of DeSean Jackson and the Eagles could look to add a player early in May.

NFL Draft Profile: Ohio State ILB Ryan Shazier

The Eagles front seven could used some long-term answers at outside and inside linebacker. In the 2014 NFL Draft, those solutions could be found.

NFL Draft Profile: Clemson WR Martavis Bryant

The Eagles have plenty of options at wide receiver, but Chip Kelly is always looking to add weapons. Clemson's Martavis Bryant could be an interesting addition for Philadelphia in May's draft.

NFL Draft Profile: Coastal Carolina WR Matt Hazel

The Eagles could be in the market to add youth to the wide receiver position, so they may look to draft a pass-catcher in the later rounds in May.

NFL Draft Profile: Florida OLB Ronald Powell

The Eagles are in need of a pass rusher and Day 3 pick with upside could add depth in that area.

NFL Draft Profile: FSU DL Timmy Jernigan

The Eagles are always up for competition and while the defensive line is solid, the team could attempt to make it better by adding talent with an early pick.

NFL Draft Profile: Georgia Tech S Jemea Thomas

The Eagles added Malcolm Jenkins and Chris Maragos in free agency to help at safety, but adding a young stud to the mix could benefit the defense.

NFL Draft Profile: MSU CB Darqueze Dennard

While the Eagles addressed cornerback in free agency, the team may not be done in adding talent to the position.

NFL Draft Profile: FSU linebacker Christian Jones

The Eagles would be best served to add talent to all spots along the linebacker unit, but adding a player that can play at all four positions would be ideal.

NFL Draft Profile: South Dakota OLB Tyler Starr

The Eagles have a need for depth and upgrades at outside linebacker and they will likely will those voids in May's draft. South Dakota's Tyler Starr may be a good option to develop for Billy Davis' defense.

NFL Draft Profile: Oregon State WR Brandin Cooks

The Eagles could need a deep threat on offense depending on what happens with DeSean Jackson. A player that Chip Kelly is familiar with from the college ranks could be a worthwhile replacement.

NFL Draft Profile: Auburn DE/OLB Dee Ford

The Eagles are in search of a pass rusher and Auburn's Dee Ford has gotten a lot of hype throughout the draft process. He could be the answer to the Eagles pressure problems.

NFL Draft Profile: Virginia Tech CB Kyle Fuller

The Eagles could use talented youth and promise at both cornerback and safety. Virginia Tech's Kyle Fuller could have shot at providing potential at both positions.

Eagles show interest in QB Brett Smith at Pro Day

The Eagles have made their presence known at Wyoming's Pro Day. The team reportedly showed interest in quarterback Brett Smith at the event.

NFL Draft Profile: USC safety Dion Bailey

The Eagles need a safety and adding a solid rookie to the mix may be the right move for Philadelphia's secondary.

NFL Draft Profile: NC State CB/S Dontae Johnson

The Eagles could use a future starting cornerback to develop behind veterans Cary Williams and Bradley Fletcher this season. NC State's Dontae Johnson could be a solid protege for the current starters in the defensive backfield.

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