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Eagles sign three draft picks.

The Eagles sign three draft picks, meaning they have seven of their 10 selections from the 2008 draft under contract.

Eagles sign three draft picks.

The Eagles have agreed to terms with three more draft picks, bringing the total to seven of the 10 players selected.

Cornerback Jack Ikegwuonu, linebacker Joe Mays, and tackle King Dunlap each agreed to 4-year contracts.

The team has not signed second-rounders Trevor Laws and DeSean Jackson and third-round pick Bryan Smith.

Ikegwuonu, a fourth-round pick, was a two-time first-team All-Big Ten selection at Wisconsin. Ikegwuonu injured his right knee while working out before the scouting combine and is expected to miss most of the 2008 season.

Mays, a sixth-round pick, was an All-America as senior, leading Division I-AA North Dakota State with a career-high 90 tackles and being named the Great West Conference Defensive Player of the Year. He finished his career with a school-record 159 solo tackles.

Dunlap, a seventh-round pick, made 20 starts and played in 48 games for Auburn. His best season was his junior years when was the starting left tackle for an offense that averaged 320.9 yards per game.

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