Building Around Wentz: The Key to the off-season for the Eagles

When the Eagles traded up 11 spots in 2016 to draft their franchise Quarterback Carson Wentz, Howie Roseman knew he had to put talent around his young quarterback to maximize his potential. In 2018, Wentz took a giant leap forward. Before getting a season ending injury in week 14 against the Rams, Wentz was having arguably an MVP season. He led the Eagles to an 11-2 record while throwing for 3296 yards, 33 TD, and just 7 INT.

The 2019 season was a tough one for Wentz. He was bothered by his ACL recovery, and was ultimately shut down for the season due to a back injury. Coming into 2020, Wentz and the Eagles were anticipating a 2017 repeat performance from their Quarterback. Wentz played a full regular season for the first time since his rookie year, and after a slow 5-7 start, he righted the ship and the team finished 9-7 that concluded with a wild card playoff loss to the Seattle Seahawks. He still hasn’t played a full playoff game, as he was knocked out of the wild card game with a hit from Jadeveon Clowney in the first quarter.

The Eagles started 5-7 and the offense looked to be stuck in neutral. While Wentz wasn’t his MVP self, Wentz as well as the His All-Pro TE, Zach Ertz, was on pace for another 100 catches, and the defense was coming off of holding the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks to a combined 34 points the previous two weeks. So what was preventing the Eagles franchise QB from regaining his MVP form? It was a lack of consistency and injuries from his weapons.

While injuries are a part of the game, and there is little you can do when they occur, having depth can save your season. The Eagles lost Brandon Brooks and Lane Johnson from their offensive line, Alshon Jeffery, DeSean Jackson, and Nelson Agholor from their receiver core, and running backs Jordan Howard and Darren Sproles.

Alshon Jeffery and Nelson Agholor were supposed to take steps forward this year and become reliable targets for Wentz. Instead they did everything they could to hurt the offense. Dropped passes, lack of effort, injuries, and bad mouthing “anonymously” about the quarterback to the media highlight some of the issues between Wentz and his targets.

After a disappointing performance against the Miami Dolphins in week 13, the Eagles decided to change up the look on offense. With Jordan Howard and Nelson Agholor still on the shelf with injuries, Doug Pederson made a personnel change by starting WR Greg Ward Jr and giving RB Boston Scott more reps in games. The result was a whole new lock offense, 4 straight wins, an NFC East title, and a home playoff game.

Nelson Agholor’s contract is up and Jordan Howard has signed a 2yr $10million dollar deal with the Miami Dolphins. All signs lead to Agholor playing in another city, as he’s had a tumultuous career in Philadelphia. Alshon Jeffery had his contract fully guaranteed for this upcoming season at the start of last season. Meaning if he was to be cut this offseason, the $20+ million dollar cap hit the Eagles would take can be spread out over the next couple years. With the toxicity that surrounds him and Carson, I expect the Eagles to take the expensive cap hit and move on from Jeffrey.

When the Eagles were at the NFL Combine a few weeks ago, GM Howie Roseman talked about continuing to build around Wentz. They have 10 picks over the three days starting with number 21 in the first round. This draft is deep at WR and it would make a lot of sense for the Eagles to address this need early. However, picking one just to pick one because the draft is deep isn’t the right move.

 

Jerry Jeudy, Ceedee Lamb, and Henry Ruggs III are the consensus top 3 WR in the draft, and all could possibly be taken before the Eagles pick. Jeudy and Lamb are almost locks to be gone before pick 21. With 10 draft picks, if they fail to address the offensive side of the ball through free agency and trades, moving up to grab an impact player should be in the cards. Regardless of where the Eagles go in the first round, they need to make putting explosive weapons around Wentz the main priority.

(Over the next few weeks, stay tuned for Eagles mock drafts, as well as player profiles on players we should be paying attention to.)

103 thoughts on “Building Around Wentz: The Key to the off-season for the Eagles

  1. I like WR D Mims of Baylor at #21 if they remain there or WR Jefferson of LSU
    Lambe will be gone early as will Ruggs who I’m not sold on … Jeudy could drop to #21 but who Knows
    CB CJ Henderson could be that Player at #21
    Or Safety/DB Xavier McKinney too..

    1. They NEED help at every position group that I can see. You can be certain it won’t be a QB at 1, fairly certain it won’t be RB or LB because they don’t value, every other position is fair game.
      Hopefully it will be impactful… 2 high picks last year had zero impact… 1 did. So… IF this years high picks along with JJAW and Dillard make impact well then your on to something.

  2. I think it’s safe that No QB,DT or TE will be Drafted early…
    Free-Agency Period/Trades are about rebuilding the Defense and the Draft will be mostly about the Offense and surrounding Wentz with Weapons to grow with
    with 2-3 WR’s, OL and another RB probably taken in the early to mid rounds ..
    Probably a young CB/Safety taken early too..

    1. I would not rule out DT or TE, although I don’t think there are any TE projected that early???? In the NFL getting younger and more economical is always the goal. So even tho u are a goof you created a scenario where cox/Ertz were traded. I know u just throw shot against the wall but Ertz contract is coming up and TE used to be a bargain position… no more, TE is a weapon so they are getting paid

    2. Paul you just named 5 positions to address in the draft…. in other posts you’ve mentioned other positions proving my point every Position is a piosition of need so of course you draft BPA

  3. But the Eagles don’t Draft the overall “BPA”
    On the Board ..
    They have Drafted for Position of Need at their most Valued Positions which typically are OL/DL followed closely by the Skills Positions CB, WR & RB
    This 2020 Draft I expect it will
    Be WR/CB with their first Picks even though there will likely be higher rated Players on the Board when they Select but the Eagles desperately need WR’s and this is a very strong WR Class so I e pe t anc hope they Draft at least 2 or 3 WR’s this Draft

    1. You’ve named every position other than LB…. in the past five years they’ve drafted every position other than LB in the first 3 rounds I believe…. so since every position is valuable and a need you take best player… it’s simple. So their biggest PERCEIVED need is WR….we don’t know their grading system but there is a high probability there will be a WR who grades high at 21… but if there is say a run on WR early and the best WR left grades as the 50th best player they ain’t takin* him at 21…. they would either take BPA or trade back cuz they don’t see value there… again we don’t know their value chart cuz gloomy used it as TP.
      If you reach for a need you fail in the draft.

      1. Recent Reaches by the Eagles in early rounds because the Drafted for their perceived Needs rather than BPA

        1st Round Selections – WR N Agholor, DE Marcus Smith, OL D Watkins all come to mind, Jury still out on DE Derek Barnett who is a good Player but is he an impact Player ?

        2nd Round – WR Reggie Brown, TE LJ Smith, DL V Abriami, LB Matt McCoy
        Safety J Jarrett , CB Sidney Jones, CB Eric Rowe

        3rd Round (Top 100 Picks or so) WR Josh Huff , CB Curtis Marsh, DT Teo Neshiem,

        1. Some of those are not recent and actually stupid to bring up…many were not reaches at all and were drafted at or around there protected spots…. others were not drafted to fill immediate needs.
          This may be your most nonsensical post in a long history of such posts.
          BTW 2 of your “reaches” contributed in a big way to the most successful season ever… but then again winning on the field isn’t as important as winning in February to draft geeks

        2. Dummy “recent”: Abriami 07; McCoy 05, Jarrett 11, L.J. Smith 03, Watkins 11,
          What the hell are u talkin about…. bringing up a guy drafted 17 years ago?.. are you serious? Plus you named every position … you actually argue against your own point.

          1. I’m stayed the Point that the Eagles have always Drafted “Need” over the BPA on the Board as you’re suggest
            These Players I listed above were all Drafted earlier than most Draft Geeks had rated in those particular Drafts

            For 2020 Draft if the Highest Rated Player on the Eagles Board at #21
            Is a QB,TE,RB, LB or DT, the Eagles will not select one of these at #21
            and Instead will Select a Player at a more pressing need ..

            1. I only agree with Qb and LB….and maybe RB…Qb is a unique position in this sport. LB they don’t value and would never be rated that hi on their board. TE or DT would absolutely be drafts, although I don’t believe that there are any that high but if a stud DT drops because of a run on another position as long as he didn’t drop for character issues they’d take them.
              In recent drafts you state Agholor and jones were reaches.. that is absolutely untrue. You lie like your boy at 1600 PA ave

  4. ***Trade Alert

    Eagles Send TE Dallas Goedart, DE Derrick Barnett and their 1st Round Pick in 2020 (#21st PIck Overall)
    and a 3 Rd Round Pick in 2021 for DE Yannick Ngakoue

      1. For the Eagles Yes.. But Jags aren’t going to give him away and do need a TE and an eventual DE to replace Ngakoue along their DL ..
        You can hypothetically substitute WR Alshon Jeffry instead of TE Goedart, but No Team is taking on Jeffrey’s Contract as it currently written unless Jeffrey agrees to Re-Structure his deal now to make him more Trade and Cap friendly to another Team but why would he do this as he has the Eagles by the Balls with the dumb deal Roseman gave him last year ?

        Maybe come Draft Weekend the Jags can live with 2nd Round Pick in 2020 and a 2nd Round Pick in 2021 with a Player Tossed in (D Barnett/J Sweat,etc,etc)

        This Upcoming Eagles Drafat is about surrounding QB Wentz with Skilled Playmakers as Howie has said all Off-Season so I expect 3 WR’s Drafted with 2 of them with their first 3 Selections in this Draft

        They’ve used the Free-Agency to sure up the Defense and will be all about Offense the first 4 ROunds of this Draft outside of adding a DB

        1. Surround Wentz with playmakers yet u trade Godderd… weird
          I’m beginning to think we are witnessing some sort of shift in the pass happy nfl… each year the draft is “deep at WR”, teams turn over WR more quickly, when WR start earning big I see teams looking for young cheap ones… there are a shitload of guys that can run 4.4… gotta pick the right one.
          Eagles need OL, DL, WR, DB. TE, RB….everything but punter and long snapper … I think they are even upgrading the medical staff

    1. Yikes at least gloomy did his trades in an unrealistic way to help the birds… this trade is insane

      1. Ha!! Your right HAC
        I wouldn’t do this Trade or pursue any Expensive DE at this Point
        Add Offensive Weapons (WR’s) for Wentz and OL Depth and go from there

    1. *That the Eagles will Draft 2 Wr’s & 1 DB
      With their first 3 Selections .. As this is their biggest needs

      1. Well if they draft to plug holes they are in deep shit.
        I assume fraud is trolling at this point….

  5. Panthers Sign Free-Agent WR Anderson to a 2 Year $20 Million Deal
    Maybe the Eagles can Call the Panthers and Trade CB R Douglas or Sydney Jones to the Panthers for WR Curtis Samuel who appears to be the odd-man out for the Panthers…
    Maybe a change of Scenery for Samuel, Douglas or Jones who all are on Rookie Deals still would be beneficial to both Teams and Players

  6. Sheil Kapadea just put out a list of 13 first round WR chosen in 15,16, 17… of the 13 only 3 had some impact in year one, and most turned out to be meh receivers for much of their career… Agular of course was on the list.
    It is why you don’t draft to plug a hole… you draft BPA cuz u need all positions … if eagles determine a player that’s not a WR is BPA they will draft… if they determine a WR is BPA they draft.
    The unknown is how they judge BPA vs positions value etc… no one outside nova care knows that.

    1. And truthfully of the 13 on the list Nelson was as good as any of them other than Amari Cooper.
      Crap shoot! Greg ward in 5 games was as productive as many of the number 1 picks…let the mock drafter beware….

  7. The Value DE,OT & CB’s .. But thry Need Wr’s to give Wentz Playmakers
    Eagles just signed another Veteran Free-Agent CB today of the Rams Robley-Coleman so they will not Draft a CB early if at all now with the hopes that Stdney Jones finally develops to play the Outside along with Slay and Robey-Coleman
    It’s most likely WR at #21 and again a WR with their 3rd Round Pick
    There will be some good OL who will be on the Board at #21, (Jones from U of Houston or Isiah Thomas of Georgia) who both are OT’s but could also Play Guard so that could be the Pick as well at #21
    and then go WR with the 2nd and 3rd Round Picks
    They have addressed the Defense in Free-Agency and will go Offense,Offense, Offense early on in the Draft to grow with Wentz

    1. Could still be ANY position other than QB… they have holes to fill everywhere.
      Given the resources available it may turn out to be a WR but that simply would fill in the equation I mentioned above. Plugging holes thru the draft is not a good way to go… building talent thru the draft is the way to go.
      Funny when I read that tweet from Sheil I went into the archives.., poor GM cliff the players he likes seem to only be in the league a year or two… Dorell Green Beckham was his “best receiver in the draft”… fraudman that year you mocked about 15-17 players to the eagles in the first… one of them was Agular … so there is that

      1. Looking back at my Notes on 2015 Draft

        I have the Following Players who I liked for the Eagles to Grab with their 1st Round PIck (#20 Pick
        in 2015)

        OL Cameron Erving who went #19 to the Browns
        DE Bud Dupree who went #22 to the Steelers
        CB Byron Jones who went #27 to the Cowboys
        LB Stephone Anthony who went #31 to the Saints (had a Great Rookie Season then off the field issues)
        Safety Landon Collins who went #33 to the NY Giants
        DE Preston Smith who went #38 to the Redskins
        LB Bednarick McKinney who went #43 to the Texans

        I don’t recall Agholor anywhere on my list, in fact the WR Class that Year was pretty lame with major underachievers like Kevin White, Phillip Dorsett, Nelson Agholor, Brashad Perriman all being 1st Round Picks and not having very productive Careers..
        Only WR Davonte Parker who went #14 to the Dolphins has been Solid from that 1st Round
        The 2015 1st Round Draft Class has not been very good at all
        with QB’s J Winston (1st Overall) , M Mariotta (2nd Overall) gone from their Drafted Teams already
        DE Dante Fowler at #3 is on his 3rd Team already
        DL Leonard Williams at #6 has been on 2 Teams already (Jets/Giants)
        WR Kevin White at #7 is out of Football already
        DE Vic Beasley at #8 has underperformed but 1 Good Season with the Falcons and not resigned
        OL Ereck FLowers at #9 has been on 3 Teams in 5 Seasons
        RB Todd Gurley at #10 had a Productive Carrer with the Rams but they way overpaid him on his Contract Extenstion for a RB and now decided to cut their losses and released him 2 Weeks ago

        Crappy Top 10 Draft Class

        1. Nope somewhere in there u said I can see the eagles taking Angolar … but again u have a million scenarios per year

          1. I don’t recall mentioning Agholor at all who wasn’t really on my Radar
            I think I listed Perriman a couple times

            On a Side Note, who else thinks the NFL should push back the Draft to Late May at least
            but they seem hell-bent on keeping their late April Dates .. Makes No Sense to me..

            1. April 27, 2015, “if Chip takes a WR in first round in will be Nelson Agholor “…. however you liked Dorial Green Beckham as the best WR of the class

              1. I was not a big DGB Fan as most were on this Site at the Time (GMCliff, J Hart) were all over him… Besides, I was not a Chip Kelly Fan from the Get Go and thought he was the “Original Fraudman” and Not much of a Coach let alone a NFL Talent Evaluator.. That WR Class was pretty weak and Kelly went for a Player that he was familiar with from the the Pac-12 Conference as he saw him every year when Coaching at Oregon and facing USC..
                2015 Draft – Chip Selected WR Agholor, CB E Rowe from Utah in the first 2 Rounds and actually Traded 2 5th Round Draft Picks to Move up in the 2nd for Rowe
                Brutal…

                in 2014 Draft
                1st DE Marcus Smith DE (Louisville) – Huge Reach Even Marcus Smith was surprised that he was Selected in the 1st Round which was a pre-cursor to his time in Philly and NFL Career in General
                2nd WR Jordan Matthews (Vanderbilt)
                3rd WR Josh Huff (Oregon) – Huge Reach (No one had him b4 the 5th Round)
                4th DB Jaylen Watkins (Florida)
                5th DE Taylor Hart (Oregon) – Huge Reach (Most had him 7th or as an Undrafted Prospect)
                5th Safety Ed Reynolds (Stanford)
                7th DT Beau Allen (Wisconsin)

  8. Correction on my end.. Robey -Coleman is Strictly a Slot CB and not an outside CB, so a young outside CB Prospect is still on the Board with a chance they Eagles Trade a current CB on Roster over the Draft to move up in a round (Example R Douglas or S Jones and one of the Eagles 4th Round Pick for a Teams 3rd Round Pick)

  9. Reports are the eagles are higher on their WR group than the public is…. could be draft misdirection… but I don’t know what team would believe or not believe anything that any other team is saying right now. I would think they pay zero attention to any of it

    1. I believe in some of this reporting,
      Who knows (outside of Novacare of how Healthy/Happy both WR’s Jeffrey and D-Jax are .. if they are good to go for 2020 then it’s a different WR Corp adding 2 Young WR’s in the Draft along with JJAW and Greg Ward
      I have to assume that JJAW will make a nice jump in Yesr 2, he has too many skills and smarts and motivation to be a bust

      Add A Big,fast Polished WR like Denzil Mims in the 1st and then a Slot WR in Round 3 and thry should be go moving forward

  10. In Howie interview it “seemed” like they are ready for Alshon to get healthy, specifically mentioned the he is aware of the talk about him and wants to prove the negative nitwits wrong. Also stated that JJAW was injured the entire year and never made a peep about it. Thought the young guys proved they were high level NFL WR… again could be misdirection but why any team would bite in misdirection is beyond me,

    1. I think Jeffrey bounces back as a committed and important Players though he may not see the Field the first few weeks of the Season depending on how his rehab/recovery goes so JJAW or their Top Draft Pick will get plenty of Opportunities to Play and Contribute from Week 1
      This will be D-Jax’s Final Season and he wants to go out with a bang and may be relagated to a 35 Snap A Game type of Receiver so the Eagles definitely need to add to their WR Corps not only for 2020 but for beyond
      Draft 2 WR’s within their first few Selections and hopefully you select 2 Good WR’s who can grow with Wentz and be under 4 Year Rookie Deals which is important too..

      New Mock for first 4 Rounds for 2020 Eagles Draft

      #21 – WR Denzel Mims – Baylor (6-3 210lbs) – Combination of Size, Speed, Catch Radius and Competiveness
      #53 – CB Jaylon Johnson – Utah (6-0 195lbs) – Physical Cover CB with Athleticism, does Needs to improve Tackling and Strength for the NFL Level as most Young Players do but has all the tools to be a solid outside CB
      #103 – OL Matt Peart – Connecticut (6-7 315lbs) – a Monster and Nasty and likely a Swing Tackle then the future replacement for Lane Johnson at RT ..
      #127 – WR Gabriel Davis – UCF (6-2 216lbs) – Solid Size,Strength and Speed, Could excel in the Return Game but needs to work on his Route Running Skills but has some nice upside and can be explosive with the ball in his hands
      #145 – LB Logan Wilson – Wyoming (6-2 240lbs) – Great LB instincts, 3 Year Starter and a Team Leader.. Ran a 4.6 40 Speed time and is rarely out of Position and moves quite well laterally and in pass coverage and has the skill set to be a 3 Down LB 3.. With Current Eagles LB Corp, he could not only make Team but see the Field early and often
      #146 – TE Jacob Breeland – Oregon (6-5 252lbs) – Can Play In-Line for Blocking or Split out Wide, Great Hands, Not explosive but a headsy Player who finds the seams and gets open

      1. As evidenced by your recent analysis of drafts it is stupid to count on draft picks being huge contributors in year one. Dra
        ft geeks put way too much emphasis on it.
        That said they will need their current WRs to step up.

        1. From my above List and Draft

          I really only see WR Mims seeing significant Snaps in his Rookie Year and LB Wilson with a good chance to Play in 2020 since the LB Corps is wide open

          CB Johnson and OL Preat are going need development as all Rookies do and are prospects are geared for Future Seasons

          I do see WR Gabriel Davis more of a Return Guy and 5th WR so limited snaps in 2020

          1. Again… go back through historical drafts and rookie contributions tend to be 50/50. There is zero need to be worked up by them or to think they make or break the season. The eagles have added a couple PROVEN upgrades at starting positions. If they can get maybe a starter out of the draft at any position it would be a big improvement. A WR, DB (safety or CB), RB, DL or LB that is part of the rotation, packages would be great…

  11. WR Jeffrey likely will start 2020 on the PUP list and not be eligible to Play until mid-October, so the Outside WR Position is wide open and I do think he can be a special WR in the NFL

  12. New Eagles Draft Strategy to Trade Back and Acquire More Picks

    Eagles Trade #21 St Pick and DB Rasoul Douglas to the Dolphins for their #26th Selection and one of their 2nd Round Picks (#56th Overall)
    Eagles Then Trade Back Down at #26 to the Baltimore Ravens for their #29 Overall Selection and their 3rd Round Compensatory Pick at #106

    Eagles Now Have the Following Picks in the Top 3 Rounds to help make up what they Traded away in the Darius Slay Deal.. These 2 Trade Downs would give the Eagles 5 Selections of the First 103 Selections which is where the Best Talent and Upside of the Draft lies

    1st Round – #29 (Eagles Own Pick after Trading down twice in the 1st Round)
    2nd Round – #53 (Eagles Own Pick)
    2nd Round – #56 (from Dolphins)
    3rd Round – #103 (Eagles Own Compensatory Pick)
    3rd Round – #106 (from the Ravens Compensatory Pick)

    The Eagles also have 3 Selections in the 4th Round so lots of ammo to Package a 4th Round Pick in order to move up for a Specific Player or two if needed

    1. After the above Trade Backs to Secure additional Draft Capitol, The Eagles pull the trigger with the Jaguars
      and Trade a 2nd Round (#53 Overall) and a 3rd Round Pick (#103 Overall) Plus DE former 1st Round Draft Pick Derrick Barnett for DE Yannick Nkgouke ..

      1. Then Draft the Following

        #29 – WR Brandon Aiyuk – Arizona State (6-0 205lbs)
        #56 – WR Bryan Edwards – South Carolina (6-3 212lbs)
        #106 – OL Matt Peart – U COnn (6-7 315lbs)

  13. Sure they would HAC, why wouldn’t thry be interested in getting a Starter DE back as they will need a replacement who can step in Play Day 1 to help replace Ngakoue’s Production
    Barnett is only going to get a Big Contract
    if he has a big 2020 Season as he’s only been slightly above average in his NFL Career to date

  14. Paulman Trade Rumors

    One of the craziest Rumor’s I’ve heard or made up in a while..
    Eagels Trade QB Carson Wentz to the Miami Dolphins for their 3 First Round Picks plus QB Josh Rosen

    Eagles will now have the 5th, 18th, 21st and 26th Picks in the First Round and QB Josh Rosen

    Eagles then Select the Following 4 players in the 1st Round

    5th – LB – Isiah Simmons (Clemson)
    18th – CB CJ henderson (FLorida)
    21st – WR Denzel Mims (Baylor)
    26th – WR Justin Jefferson (LSU)

    Eagles also go ahead and Sign Sign Cam Newton to a 1 Year Prove it Deal ($20 Million Total)
    and will compete with Josh Rosen/Nate Sudfeld for the Starters Spot based on his Health

  15. I am about to go as far as Predicting a Shortened NFL Season Beginning in October with only 12 NFL Games Played and Expanded Playoffs.. If your a Team, Why go out and Sign Expensive Veteran Free-Agents with so much uncertainty for 2020 ?
    Go Young with the Draft and add Athleticism and Build for 2021 and Beyond as 2020 May go down as a lost Season.. as I believe it will be for NBA/NHL and even MLB

  16. MLB Will start in mid-July with about a 90 Game Schedule (7 Inning Double-Headers Scheduled every Wednesday and Saturday to make up Games

    Phillies Finish 4th in the NL East with a 42-48 Record..
    Catcher JT Reaumalto bolts after the 2020 Season as one of the Premier Free-Agents in the 2021 Free-Agency Class as the Phillies Screwed up once again not taking care of his Contract earlier in the Off-Season

  17. 2020 Eagles Mock Draft (Version #)

    Rd 1 – (#21 Overall) – WR Denzel Mims – Baylor
    Rd 2 – (#53 Overall) – CB Jaylon Johnson – Utah
    Rd 3 – (# 103 Overall) – OL Matt Peart – U Conn
    Rd 4 – (#127 Overall) – WR Gabriel Davis – UCF
    Rd 4 – (#145 Overall) – LB Logan Wilson – Wyoming
    Rd 4 – (#146 Overall) – WR John Hightower – Boise State

    Use the 5th/6thLate Rounds for RB,Secondary and OL/TE

  18. Paulman Trade Runors
    Panthers have WR Curtis Samuel on the Trading Block , He’s very talented but hasn’t stayed healthy or put together a full productive season in his first 3 Years in thr NFL anc was originally a 2nd Round Pick out of Ohio State ..
    Maybe the Eagles can Offer CB Sydney Jones Who is another disappointing 2nd Round Draft Pick straight up with with no Draft Picks involve.
    Maybe this will be a good move for both Players with a change of scenery and for both Teams which there is very little risk involved but still some high reward potential for both players..
    Panthers needs CB’s and Eagles need WR and Speed ..

  19. 2020 Eagles Mock Draft (with Trades)

    Rd#1 (#21st Overall) – LB Kenneth Murray – Oklahoma
    Rd #2 (#53rd Overall) – WR Jalen Reagor – TCU
    Rd #3 (#103 Overall) – QB Jake Fromm – Georgia
    Rd #4 (#127 Overall) – WR Isaiah Hodgins – Oregon State
    Rd #4 (#145 Overall) – LB Logan Wilson – Wyoming
    Rd #4 (#146 Overall) – OL Calvin Throckmorton – Oregon
    Rd #5 (#168 Overall) – DB AJ Green – Oklahoma St
    Rd #6 (#190 Overall) – RB Darryton Evans – Appalachian State

  20. Looking at some draft stuff.. of course there is nothing else to watch… tonight should be the ncaa championship.
    Anyway, outside of picks 1-5 I think every team has been mocked taking a WR. In the nfl the premium positions are catching ball/stopping people from catching and blocking for QB/sacking the QB…. it’s like an arms race

    1. Miss the Sports for sure.. this is always the best time of year with March Madness, MLB Stsrting
      The final push for the NBA/NHL Playoffs and the NFL Free-Agency and Draft
      I think the Eagles would go for a Top CB if they are available at #21 but the Top 2 will likely be gone and then there’s isdrop off and this in not a very Deep Class for outside CB’s
      Early to mid 2nd Round the 2nd Tier CB’s will come off the Board after the Top WR’s

  21. There will be some Good OL on the Board as well at #21 if the Eagles felt to best WR’s/CB’s are off the Board and and what’s left are better Value Pocks for the 2nd Round..
    I would not be surprised at all if the Eagles trade down with 3-5-7-9 Spots and get an Additional 2nd or 3rd Round Pick for doing so
    I. An see the Patriots, Ravens,Titans and Chiefs all as trading Partners or even a Team at the Top of the 2nd Round looking good get back into the 1st Round

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