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NFL Draft Results: Eagles welcome five rookies to Philadelphia

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The Eagles’ 2019 NFL Draft class is complete. Meet the new rookies.

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The Philadelphia Eagles entered the 2019 NFL Draft with seven picks and left with only five new rookies (for the second year in a row). Here’s a complete recap of this year’s draft class.

1st - No. 22 - Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State

2nd - No. 53 - Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State

2nd - No. 57 - J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford

4th - No. 138 - Shareef Miller, DE, Penn State

5th - No. 167 - Clayton Thorson, QB, Northwestern

And here’s a look back at Bleeding Green Nation’s coverage so far for each individual pick.


Projects to be the Eagles’ starting left tackle of the future once Jason Peters retires. Provides immediate depth at offensive tackle.

NFL Draft Results: Eagles trade up to No. 22 to select Andre Dillard

Eagles got one of the best pass protectors in the NFL Draft in Andre Dillard

Howie Roseman says Andre Dillard was a top 10 player on the Eagles’ draft board

Instant analysis and reaction to the Eagles’ selection of Andre Dillard

NFL Draft Grades 2019: Eagles earn positive reviews for selecting Andre Dillard

Looking back at the college career of Andre Dillard

Eagles first-round pick Andre Dillard talks about his game, development, and warm welcome from Philly fans

Order your Eagles Andre Dillard jersey here


Figures to be an immediate contributor to the Eagles’ running back rotation. Could potentially be the Eagles’ leading rusher in the future, if not this season.

NFL Draft Results: Eagles pick Miles Sanders at No. 53

Former NFL scout: “The Eagles got the best running back in the draft in Miles Sanders”

Eagles explain why they drafted Miles Sanders and J.J. Arcega-Whiteside on Day 2

Analyzing the Eagles’ selections of Miles Sanders and J.J. Arcega-Whiteside

Miles Sanders talks about what he can bring to the Eagles

Looking back at the college career of Miles Sanders


Figures to be a role player as a rookie and a potential starter down the road. Could be an eventual Alshon Jeffery replacement.

NFL Draft Results: Eagles pick J.J. Arcega-Whiteside at No. 57

NFL Draft reactions: Eagles get PFF’s No. 3 overall wide receiver in J.J. Arcega-Whiteside

J.J. Arcega-Whiteside already has a lot of friends in the Eagles locker room

2019 NFL Draft Grades: Eagles are loading up on weapons for Carson Wentz


Will contribute to the Eagles’ pass rush rotation as he refines his game.

NFL Draft Results: Eagles pick Shareef Miller at No. 138

Shareef Miller being drafted by the Eagles is a dream come true for him and his family

So You Drafted Penn State DE Shareef Miller


Developmental quarterback who will compete for a third string job in 2019 before potentially taking over as Carson Wentz’s backup in 2020.

NFL Draft Results: Eagles trade back and pick Clayton Thorson

Clayton Thorson to the Eagles leads to mixed reactions

Clayton Thorson 2019 NFL Draft Scouting Report


The Eagles used No. 25, No. 127, and No. 197 to move up to No. 21 to select Dillard.

The Eagles gave up their 2019 third-round pick for Golden Tate. Tate signing with the Giants will potentially earn the Eagles a fourth-round compensatory pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.

The Eagles traded their 2019 sixth-round pick to the Buccaneers for DeSean Jackson and Tampa Bay’s 2020 seventh-round pick.

The Eagles traded No. 246 overall to the Colts in exchange for Indianapolis defensive tackle Hassan Ridgeway.


The Eagles obviously aren’t done adding to their roster; they’ll be signing more players in undrafted free agency. Philadelphia has been able to find some UDFA contributors in recent years; look no further than Corey Clement and Josh Adams. The hope is that Howie Roseman and Joe Douglas can find more diamonds in the rough.

Stay tuned to BGN for more Eagles draft coverage.


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