The Eagles executive vice president of football operations does fine when there are lots of draft targets,
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.
The way Stephen A. Smith sees it, he’s always right, and he doesn’t give a damn what you think.
The Eagles must plan for many scenarios before they pick in the first round of the NFL draft.
Finding playmakers to help Carson Wentz is the goal
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 running back said he would love to sign with his hometown Eagles
This year's draft class is unusually deep at the position.
The Wayne resident grew up in the area and will tout the fans during his NFL Network broadcast.
The LSU running back is out to show he has speed as well as size.
The team has several holes to fill when it picks 14th in the first round of the NFL draft.
Only linebacker Jordan Hicks has panned out, while top pick Nelson Agholor has struggled.
Some team will pick the Oklahoma running back with the violent past, and it would be nice if its GM were up front about the reasons.
A team that claims to stand for something shouldnt stand for violence against women. The Eagles can send a message by saying so out loud.
What will be the Eagles' strategy heading into the draft?