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Eagles draft picks 2014: Do you approve of the Ed Reynolds selection in the fifth round?

We know who the Eagles picked. Now it's time to overreact.

Ed Szczepanski-US PRESSWIRE

The Philadelphia Eagles' second fifth round selection in the 2014 NFL Draft was another defensive back. This time it was former Stanford safety Ed Reynolds. He is a tall and athletic safety with long arms, who will compete for a backup spot. He will also be expected to be a prime special teams contributor.

Reynolds is a quality prospect for the fifth round and will likely make the team. He is probably going to compete with Keelan Johnson for the fifth safety spot behind Malcolm Jenkins, Nate Allen, Earl Wolff and Chris Maragos. Reynolds is a favorite of our own Brandon Lee Gowton, probably because of their shared affinity for turtles...

Some reading material:

Initial post on the selection of Ed Reynolds.

Remember, overreacting isn't just fun; it's mandatory. Now it's time for you to weigh in on why is this the best/worst pick of all time. Tell us how you really feel and vote in the poll below.

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