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What the Eagles need to accomplish in the 2019 NFL Draft

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The 2019 NFL Draft is just under two weeks away! In order to get you ready for this year’s big event, John Stolnis and I got together for an Eagles draft preview podcast on BGN Radio. (CLICK HERE TO LISTEN!)

Show topics include:

  • Making a list of what the Eagles need to accomplish in this year’s draft. John and I each came up with at least five needs and ranked them. We were surprisingly far apart on some things (such as the defensive line) but closer on others (getting a pass-catching running back). Safety and the offensive line were also discussed. Embrace debate!
  • I give my top five options for the Eagles’ first round pick. My draft crush Christian Wilkins is among them.
  • What’s going on at the wide receiver position? Why are the Eagles bringing in so many WR prospects on pre-draft visits?
  • Is there anything to Peter King connecting the Eagles to Marquise Brown?
  • Fans are way more worried about the Eagles’ linebacker position than the team is.
  • NFL Network believes Howie Roseman’s Eagles are the “wild card” team to trade into the top five. Is that even possible? What would that look like?
  • Going over the Eagles’ AAF signings: Luis Perez, Charles Johnson, and Greg Ward Jr. Which player has the best shot to make the 53-man roster?
  • Who is the best Eagles draft pick of all time?

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