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NFL Combine 2015: Day two schedule features quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers

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The second day of 2015 NFL Combine drills has arrived. Three groups are scheduled to perform on-field drills today: quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers. The action starts at 9 AM EST and will be aired on NFL Network. Click here for a full list of the workouts and combine participants. The Philadelphia Eagles could definitely show some interest in these positions.

Quarterbacks - [Position Review]

Did you know that Marcus Mariota used to play for Chip Kelly while at Oregon? I'm not sure if anyone's really written about that angle yet, so I figured I'd mention it. But seriously, the Eagles could use a quarterback. Even if they go into 2015 with Nick Foles as the starter, Mark Sanchez could leave in free agency and Matt Barkley is a non-factor. Foles is on the last year of his deal so the Eagles would be wise to hedge their bet with a backup plan. Mariota and Brett Hundley are among the most intriguing names.

Anthony Boone, Duke
Brandon Bridge, South Alabama
Cody Fajardo, Nevada
Garrett Grayson, Colorado State
Connor Halliday, Washington State
Brett Hundley, UCLA
Sean Mannion, Oregon State
Marcus Mariota, Oregon
Nick Marshall, Auburn
Bryce Petty, Baylor
Blake Sims, Alabama
Jameis Winston, Florida State
Bryan Bennett (throwing QB), Southeastern Louisiana
Shane Carden (throwing QB), East Carolina
Jerry Lovelocke (throwing QB), Prairie View A&M

Running backs - [Position Review]

This is supposedly a very strong running back class. NFL draft analyst Mike Mayock lauded the strength of the position. The Eagles already have a trio of talented rushers in LeSean McCoy, Darren Sproles, and Chris Polk. But McCoy wasn't the elite back he was in 2013. His 4.1 yards per carry ranked tied for 24th last season. His 2.09 yards after first contact was a career low for him. He wasn't as elusive as he usually is. The Eagles could look to take advantage of the depth of this class despite not having an immediate need for a rusher. It could be better to get one too early than too late, especially given Kelly's run-heavy offensive identity.

Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska
Jay Ajayi, Boise State
Javorius Allen, USC
Cameron Artis-Payne, Auburn
Dominique Brown, Louisville
Malcolm Brown, Texas
Michael Burton (FB), Rutgers
B.J. Catalon, TCU
David Cobb, Minnesota
Tevin Coleman, Indiana
John Crockett, North Dakota State
Mike Davis, South Carolina
Michael Dyer, Louisville
Jahwan Edwards, Ball State
Jalston Fowler (FB), Alabama
Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin
Todd Gurley, Georgia
Dee Hart, Colorado State
Braylon Heard, Kentucky
Kenny Hilliard, LSU
Joey Iosefa, Hawaii
David Johnson, Northern Iowa
Duke Johnson, Miami (Fla.)
Gus Johnson, Stephen F. Austin
Matt Jones, Florida
Jeremy Langford, Michigan State
Terrence Magee, LSU
Marcus Murphy, Missouri
Thomas Rawls, Central Michigan
Josh Robinson, Mississippi State
Ross Scheuerman, Lafayette
Tyler Varga, Yale
Karlos Williams, Florida State
Trey Williams, Texas A&M
T.J. Yeldon, Alabama
Zach Zenner, South Dakota State

Wide Receiver - [Eagles Position Review]

If the Eagles are able to re-sign Jeremy Maclin, they'll have him along with returning 2014 rookies Jordan Matthews and Josh Huff. The Birds are probably stuck with Riley Cooper's bad contract but that shouldn't prohibit them from taking a talented wide-out if the right player is on the board. The Eagles were looking at speedy wide receivers during the Senior Bowl and Ohio State's Devin Smith could be a good match. He actually compared his game to to Maclin's.

Nelson Agholor, USC
Mario Alford, West Virginia
Dres Anderson, Utah
Kenny Bell, Nebraska
Da'Ron Brown, Northern Illinois
Kaelin Clay, Utah
Sammie Coates, Auburn
Chris Conley, Georgia
Amari Cooper, Alabama
Jamison Crowder, Duke
Davaris Daniels, Notre Dame
Devante Davis, UNLV
Geremy Davis, Connecticut
Titus Davis, Central Michigan
Stefon Diggs, Maryland
Phillip Dorsett, Miami (Fla.)
Devin Funchess, Michigan
Antwan Goodley, Baylor
Dorial Green-Beckham, Missouri
Rashad Greene, Florida State
Rannell Hall, Central Florida
Justin Hardy, East Carolina
Josh Harper, Fresno State
Chris Jones, Alabama
Dezmin Lewis, Central Arkansas
Tony Lippett, Michigan State
Tyler Lockett, Kansas State
Deon Long, Maryland
Donatella Luckett, Harding
Vince Mayle, Washington State
Tre McBride, William & Mary
Ty Montgomery, Stanford
Keith Mumphery, Michigan State
J.J. Nelson, Alabama-Birmingham
DeVante Parker, Louisville
Breshad Perriman, Cental Florida
Ezell Ruffin, San Diego State
DeAndre Smelter, Georgia Tech
Devin Smith, Ohio State
Jaelen Strong, Arizona State
Darren Waller, Georgia Tech
DeAndrew White, Alabama
Kevin White, West Virginia
Cam Worthy, East Carolina