“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.
A funny thing happened on the way to another Dallas Cowboys draft choice getting booed on the Parkway.
While most pundits praised the Eagles selection of cornerback Sidney Jones in the second round of the NFL Draft, an ex-Eagles linebacker saw the selection in a different light.
Not even Ron Jaworski could save him.
His speed is not impressive, but his ball skills are top notch.
Coach Sean McDermott said his NFL position is to be determined.
Texas A&M's Myles Garrett heads the list of 32 selections.
Washington DB won't be rushed back from his torn Achilles' tendon, Eagles vow
They like his talent so much they will go with who they have at corner.
Tennessee product says he will work hard to earn his keep with the Eagles.
ESPN and NFL Network analysts have a lot of good things to say, but CSN's Ray Didinger is very skeptical.
Before the unfortunate Achilles injury this spring, Jones really was a human highlight reel.
The two both played at Tennessee, and now Barnett wants to play like White did for the Eagles.
The 6-foot, 186-pounder from Washington is expected to shore up a secondary that is in need of help.
The NFL draft is drawing record crowds to our fantastic city.