HARBAUGH SAYS EAGLES IN GOOD DRAFT POSITION

There was a Condoleezza Rice sighting in the lobby of the posh St. Regis Hotel this afternoon, but Andy Reid and the other Eagles decision makers managed to make themselves invisible.

Rice, the country's former Secretary of State, arrived at the NFL owners meetings as a guest dinner speaker.

Former Eagles assistant John Harbaugh, now the Baltimore Ravens' coach, did stop to chat to reporters. Harbaugh said his former team is in good draft position with 12 picks and added that they can probably move into the top 10 if they choose to part with their two first-round selections, the 21st and 28th picks overall.

But the most interesting thing about the conversation was Harbaugh's Baltimore Ravens pullover jacket. His official team attire also pointed out that the Ravens play in the AFC South, which would be fine if they weren't a member of the AFC North.

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