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2015 NFL Combine Schedule: Day four features cornerback and safety

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The fourth and final day of 2015 NFL Combine position drills has arrived. The defensive backs are scheduled to participate today: cornerbacks and safeties will be on display. 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 considering their desperate need for help in the secondary.

Defensive Backs - [Position Review]

Cornerback is strongly considered to be Philadelphia's greatest position of need. Cary Williams and Bradley Fletcher both struggled in 2014 and there is a chance neither of them returns. Williams is due a high salary and could be a cap casualty, though apparently his odds of returning might be a little better than previously thought. As for Fletcher, he will be a free agent. The Eagles still have Brandon Boykin, Jaylen Watkins, and Nolan Carroll II. At some point the Eagles need a long-term answer on the outside and perhaps this draft could provide help. Some CB names to watch at the Combine: Trae Waynes, Marcus Peters, Jalen Collins, Quinten Rollins, Josh Shaw, Kevin White, Eric Rowe.

The Eagles also have a need at safety. Malcolm Jenkins is in place but the team needs to pair a starter next to him with Nate Allen scheduled to become a free agent. Some S names to watch include: Ibraheim Capmbell, Landon Collins, Kurtis Drummond, Gerod Holliman.

Adrian Amos (SS), Penn State
Detrick Bonner (FS), Virginia Tech
Ibraheim Campbell (SS), Northwestern
Alex Carter (CB), Stanford
D.C. Celiscar (CB), Western Michigan
Justin Coleman (CB), Tennessee
Jalen Collins (CB), LSU
Landon Collins (FS), Alabama
Justin Cox (FS), Mississippi State
Ronald Darby (CB), Florida State
Quandre Diggs (CB), Texas
Lorenzo Doss (CB), Tulane
Kurtis Drummond (FS), Michigan State
Ifo Ekpre-Olomu (CB), Oregon
Durell Eskridge (FS), Syracuse
Charles Gaines (CB), Louisville
Clayton Geathers (SS), Central Florida
Jacoby Glenn (CB), Central Florida
Senquez Golson (CB), Ole Miss
Doran Grant (CB), Ohio State
Ladarius Gunter (CB), Miami (Fla.)
Chris Hackett (FS), TCU
Anthony Harris (FS), Virginia
Troy Hill (CB), Oregon
Gerod Holliman (FS), Louisville
Kyshoen Jarrett (SS), Virginia Tech
A.J. Jefferson (CB), UCLA
Kevin Johnson (CB), Wake Forest
Byron Jones (CB), Connecticut
Craig Mager (CB), Texas State
Dean Marlowe (FS), James Madison
Bobby McCain (CB), Memphis
Tevin McDonald (SS), Eastern Washington
Steven Nelson (CB), Oregon State
Garry Peters (CB), Clemson
Marcus Peters (CB), Washington
Cody Prewitt (SS), Ole Miss
Damarious Randall (FS), Arizona State
Jordan Richards (SS) Stanford
Quinten Rollins (CB), Miami (Ohio)
Eric Rowe (CB), Utah
James Sample (SS), Louisville
Josh Shaw (CB), USC
Jacorey Shepherd (CB), Kansas
D'Joun Smith (CB), Florida Atlantic
Derron Smith (FS), Fresno State
Tye Smith (CB), Towson
Damian Swann (CB), Georgia
Jaquiski Tartt (FS), Samford
Trae Waynes (CB), Michigan State
Kevin White (CB), West Virginia
Jermaine Whitehead (FS), Auburn
P.J. Williams (CB), Florida State
Julian Wilson (CB), Oklahoma