If the Eagles don't trade out of the first round, pay attention to a defensive back.
The last pick in the first round should have strong value because of the fifth-year contract optioni it entails, especially if a QB falls to that spot.
Zach answered questions about the Eagles in a live chat starting at noon.
Jason Peters is returning for his 15th NFL season - and tenth with the Eagles - but is it time to finally draft the 36-year-old tackle's heir apparent? The Eagles have the luxury of patience.
The Eagles brought the Boise State linebacker in for one of their 30 allotted pre-draft visits - a clear indication they're interested.
Will the Eagles trade out of No. 32? Who will go No. 1? What will the Giants do? How many local prospects will go in the first round?
Our beat writers grade the likelihood that the Eagles will draft one of these 10 players.
With the 32nd pick in the first round of the 2018 NFL draft, the Eagles select … a defensive tackle.
What's the most likely option on Day 1? A trade.
Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie participated in a confidential meeting with other executives and players last fall as the NFL looked to mitigate concerns about declining ratings.
Nick Foles, during his first media available since the Super Bowl, talked about returning as the Eagles backup, his restructured contract and his aspiration to be a starter again.
Life is definitely different now for the Eagles' center, in the aftermath of the Super Bowl and his epic parade speech. But one thing hasn't changed: No Philadelphia has ever been more authentic.
Everything you need to know about Thursday's NFL draft.