Between Doug Pederson’s press conference at 10 and open practice at 10:20, we’ll post plenty of updates throughout the day. Read more »
Birds 24/7 is seeking an intern for the summer.
The candidate will help Tim and Josh update the site, work on special projects and assist with social media. Motivated interns may have opportunities to produce original content, but this is not a writing internship.
The ideal candidate will be extremely detail-oriented and have experience in online journalism. Deep knowledge of the Eagles and the NFL is a must. Knowledge of SEO, web headline writing, Photoshop, WordPress and other content management systems, and professional use of social media is a plus, but not required. Read more »
With the draft wrapped up, we’ll update this thread as news of the latest Eagles additions rolls in. Read more »
UPDATE: The Eagles traded back in the sixth round to pick up an additional seventh-round selection.
Trade: @Eagles send pick # 188 to Minnesota for pick # 196 in 6th round and pick # 240 in 7th round
— Derek Boyko (@derek_boyko) April 30, 2016
Day 3 of the NFL Draft is underway, as the Eagles are expected to be on the clock five times today. Read more »
Day 2 of the NFL Draft is underway. The Eagles are expected to be on the clock just once tonight, as they hold a single third-round pick (79th overall). Our very rough math here in the media room puts their selection time at around 10 p.m., which is almost certainly wrong.
Either way, feel free to hang out and take over the comments section as the draft unfolds.
After months of speculation, we can put the mock drafts and conjecture — at least for the first round — to rest. The draft kicks off at 8 p.m. tonight on ESPN and NFL Network, and we’ll post random tidbits as they roll in into this thread. Read more »
Mock-ups are fun, but pre-draft visits typically get us closer to the truth when it comes to a team’s interests.
Six of the Eagles’ seven selections in 2014 were brought in for a meeting. And for just about any Philly pick over the last three seasons, you can find a connection that links player and team pre-draft. A new era is starting obviously, but the bet here is that the pattern will largely hold true, as time is at a premium and there’s little point in using it on a player just for the sake of it. If you’re doing extra homework on a guy, it’s typically for good reason.
The Eagles are permitted to host 30 official visits to the NovaCare Complex, and can hold as many private workouts as they want away from the team’s facility. Additionally, prospects from the Philadelphia area who provide their own transportation to the NovaCare don’t count against the 30.
We’ll keep track of it all in this space.
If we’re missing any, please let us know.
Updated 4/12: The Eagles hosted Florida defensive end Alex McCalister on a pre-draft visit. Read more »