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The700Level.com - Philly Sports & Minutiae: Eagles Draft Preview: The Plan
The blueprint to the Eagles' draft.

John Smallwood: It's a snooze, but Birds can't lose with offensive lineman pick | Philadelphia Daily News | 04/22/2010
Offensive linemen are boring. You know they are crucial to a team's success, but it's not much fun to watch them. All that being said, it would be best for the Eagles if they - sigh - select an offensive lineman.

How the Eagles get to know prospects | Philadelphia Daily News | 04/22/2010
"You kind of be careful what you're reading here in the last 30 days about who is falling and who is not," Roseman said. "But character is important to us, and getting the right guys on our team both on 'O' and 'D.' Obviously we have a young team and we want to surround those guys with the right people."

Eagles looking to be aggressive in draft - NFC East Blog - ESPN
According to sources, Roseman has been burning up the phone lines. He has talked to the Broncos, who are at the No. 11 spot, and the Dolphins at No. 12. He is trying to determine what it would take to move up from No. 24 in the first round to take a blue chip defensive player -- a safety, a cornerback or perhaps the top rated defensive end in this draft, Derrick Morgan of Georgia Tech, who grew up in Coatesville, Pennsylvania.

Eagles seek players with no red flags | courierpostonline.com | Courier-Post
First-year Eagles general manager Howie Roseman told reporters last week that at least one top prospect has enough question marks about his character that the Eagles have wiped his name off their draft board. Roseman declined to give the player's name but said the stop sign came from the prospect's college coach.

Players see sights, GMs ponder - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
While the top prospects enjoyed New York on Wednesday, general managers and personnel directors throughout the NFL pondered the most unique draft in years.