Live updates from the third day of the 2017 NFL draft in Philadelphia.
It could be argued that the biggest stars of this NFL draft weekend were the Philadelphia Eagles fans.
While fans of many teams attended the festivities...
Mack Hollins likely will begin his career with the Eagles next season as the team’s fourth or fifth wide receiver. But the fourth-round pick from...
A two-year starter for the Huskies, Qualls is 6-1 and 313 pounds and ran a 5.13-second 40-yard dash while putting up 33 reps on the bench press at the combine.
The Eagles finished the fifth round by drafting Nebraska safety Nate Gerry with the No. 184 overall pick, labeling him a linebacker.
Gibson had 43 catches for 951 yards and eight touchdowns last season.
Pumphrey is the leading rusher in division I-A history with 6,405 rushing yards over four years. He had 2,133 rushing yards last season on 343 carries.
Hollins, 23, is 6-foot-4 and 221 pounds and ran a 4.53-second 40-yard dash.
Two players with local ties were drafted in the fourth and fifth round, respectively, during Saturday's completion of the three-day NFL draft in Philadelphia...
The ESPN analysts think the Eagles did well with this pick. Very well.
Eagles were looking for help at wide receiver, cornerback and running back, among other spots.
As each pick was made in the second round of Friday’s NFL draft, the stress level kept elevating for Temple offensive lineman Dion Dawkins.
They like his talent so much they will go with who they have at corner.
“For a guy that's a JuCo guy and didn't have a ton of time playing at West Virginia, his instincts, his natural instincts, to find and play the ball and finish,” Eagles executive Joe Douglas said.
Washington DB won't be rushed back from his torn Achilles' tendon, Eagles vow