Howie Roseman did not dispute harsh criticism of Geno Smith that was published in a recent Pro Football Weekly scouting report.
The Eagles’ GM also offered his thoughts on this year’s safety class and explained how the team uses social media as part of its evaluation process.
Oklahoma’s Lane Johnson is considered the most athletic offensive tackle prospect in the draft. Could he be a fit for the Eagles in the first round?
Sheldon Richardson hasn’t traveled the straightest path to get to this point.
Considered one of the top defensive linemen in the country coming out of high school in 2009, the St. Louis native originally chose to play for University of Missouri but was academically ineligible, and had to attend junior college instead. He finally joined the Tigers for the 2011 season but a shoulder injury slowed him down.
Richardson finally hit his stride last year. posting 75 tackles — 10.5 for loss — and 4.5 sacks. The disruptive interior lineman garnered second-team All-SEC honors. He is considered one of the top linemen in the draft.
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The latest in our series of draft profiles zeroes in on Central Michigan offensive tackle Eric Fisher, who could be an Eagles target with the fourth overall pick.
The latest in our draft profile series focuses on Alabama cornerback Dee Milliner, who could be an option for the Eagles with the No. 4 pick.
A profile of potential Eagles target Dion Jordan, who saw his life flash before his eyes as a 17-year-old, but now is on the cusp of becoming a top-10 draft pick in April.
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Would Texas A&M left tackle Luke Joeckel be a good fit for the Eagles? Here’s the first in our series of NFL draft profiles.