All of the picks need to improve and Sidney Jones needs to recover from his Achilles tendon injury.
A look at cornerback prospects Sidney Jones and Rasul Douglas, and other draftees.
The size and endless enthusiasm of the crowds all three days of the draft were sights to behold.
With the way the front office has shaped the roster, 2017 is shaping up as a prove-it season for the head coach.
The draft begins on Thursday, April 27, just after 8 p.m, with the first round of picks.
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Here's the complete television and radio schedule for the 2017 NFL Draft in Philadelphia.
In their latest podcast, Jeff McLane and Zach Berman discuss the status of the Birds' defensive line.
Jeff McLane and Zach Berman break down how the Eagles stack up at every position.
Jeff McLane and Zach Berman look back at the Eagles' 2017 selections and what they could bring to the team.
The Eagles seem to be embarking on a process not unlike Sam Hinkie's with the Sixers as they build for the future.
An analysis of the NFC East's draft and how it compares to rest of the league.
ESPN draft expert Mel Kiper Jr. said, "It's not a home run class, but the Eagles got better.
The Eagles gambled by using the 43rd pick on cornerback Sidney Jones, who is still recovering from surgery to his left Achilles' tendon.
The Birds picked up eight players
Daily News football writer Paul Domowitch chronicles the NFL Network analysts take on the Eagles selections.
They hope North Carolinas Mack Hollins and West Virginias Shelton Gibson can upgrade an underachieving group.
College scouting director Anthony Patch's handwritten letter to Sidney Jones after his pro-day injury created a new friend.
The Eagles were beaten to a couple of running backs they reportedly had targeted in the draft and have no clear-cut starter at this point.
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Three days, 253 draft picks, hundreds of thousands of people booing NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
And as Philadelphia recovers from hosting an estimated...
Hundreds of hard hats dismantle mammoth NFL Draft stage while Art Museum remains in hiding and Rocky is off limits from his selfie fans.
The third and final day of the NFL draft was supposed to be slower. But thousands filed in.
The NFL draft is drawing record crowds to our fantastic city.
Football fanatics mobbed the shop all day Friday. Wentz and Dawkins memorabilia were top sellers.
NFL reports record ad spending by major companies during the three-day NFL draft in Philly. One company even has a foam pit for fans to catch passes in.
These well-documented inconveniences are symptoms of a larger issue: transferring public space to private control.
The Parkway hosted thousands of football fans from morning till night as the 2017 draft kicked off.
The museum has been obliterated from view by the massive NFL draft stage, and museum attendance is down before the draft events even swing into high gear.
Philly's temporary arena seats more than 3,000 people, with balconies on both sides, and is 310 feet wide and 220 feet deep.
For all of Philly’s history, neighborhood soul, and cultural energy, few things define the city to the world quite like the museum steps made famous 41 years ago by a fictional boxer.
Kendricks fell in love with a puppy named Scarlet. He cradled her slowly and mouthed to his girlfriend, who was standing on the sidelines, “This is the one.”
Yes, it is inconveniencing traffic and residents near the Art Museum, but hosting a Super Bowl-like event makes having the NFL draft in Philadelphia worth it.
'We stood on those Rocky steps, and thought about that moment.'
Step by step, the league has transformed the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. We know its going to be complicated. We know its going to be audacious.
Here are some fun numbers from the production staffs of ESPN and NFL Network regarding their NFL draft coverage.
The NFL draft in Philadelphia is expected to generate a huge economic impact for the city and deliver big TV ratings.
Former, current, and possibly future Philadelphia Eagles will visit hospitals and teach kids about flag football as NFL aims to build community.
With the Parkway set to be transformed into a football festival for an expected 200,000 fans this month, police and city officials are finalizing the game plan for security and support.
Road closures for the NFL draft are frustrating some residents, and they've barely begun.
This week, on the ground floor of Philadelphia's original Ritz-Carlton, where patricians once frequented that hotel's lavish Empire Dining Room and Ritz Bar, customers lined up at Wawa's deli counter.
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