Improved cornerback play would give the pass rushers more time to get to the quarterback, Paul Domowitch writes.
Wentzs mobility allows receivers more time to get open.
Underachieving first-rounder welcomes opportunity for competition among new wideouts with the team
Ward says the time he spent at QB at the University of Houston gives him a big advantage in recognizing coverages.
Despite being only 5-8, 175 pounds, he showed his durability by playing 42 straight games and gaining 6,405 rushing yards at San Diego State
Daily News football writer Paul Domowitch chronicles the NFL Network analysts take on the Eagles selections.
The Eagles gambled by using the 43rd pick on cornerback Sidney Jones, who is still recovering from surgery to his left Achilles' tendon.
Tennessee product says he will work hard to earn his keep with the Eagles.
Despite all the unexpected moves in the draft, Eagles real excited to land Tennessee defensive end
While the Eagles are in need of cornerbacks, defensive coordinator Jim Schwarzs scheme requires talented edge rushers.
After a knee injury to the Minnesota quarterback last August the Eagles traded Sam Bradford to the Vikings in exchange for the first-round draft pick theyll use on Thursday.
There's some chance the Stanford running back will be gone when Birds pick at 14, but if he's there, they should draft him.
Myles Garrett, the likely top pick in the NFL draft, could be the next Von Miller or the next Mike Mamula, depending on who you talk to.
The Eagles could take Joe Mixon off the board citing a 2014 incident in which he punched a woman. Or, they may think he deserves another chance like Michael Vick, who they signed after he spent 18 months in federal prison for his role in a dogfighting ring.
Howard, who played at Alabama, has a chance to become only the fourth tight end over the last 20 years to be a top-10 selection.
NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock picks out the best, the risers and the sleepers at each position.
New acquisition Tim Jernigan looks forward to playing in the Eagles' system, but contract circumstances might keep him with the team for only a season.
CHRIS LONG signed with the New England Patriots last season because he was sick and tired of losing.
At least 20 other NFL teams had a defensive scheme better-suited to Long's skill set than the Patriots'. But after spending the first eight years of his career stuck in a playoff-less quagmire in St. Louis, the 32-year-old defensive end wanted a shot at a Super Bowl ring before his career was over.
LET'S QUICKLY review all of the exciting things that have been happening with Jim Schwartz's defense the last couple of months:
NICK FOLES is back where it all began for him.
Back with the organization that drafted him. Back with the team where he made 24 of his 36 career starts.
Paul Domowitch is a pro football writer for the Inquirer and Daily News, where he has worked since 1982. He has covered nearly 30 Super Bowls and has been a selector for the Pro Football Hall of Fame for the last 15 years.