Hassan Reddick (above) surrendered zero touchdowns, grabbed one pick, and added two pass breakups on 22 targets in coverage in college last season, per Pro Football Focus, so while he’s primarily known as a pass rusher (9.5 sacks and 22.5 tackles for a loss), he can cover, too. This versatility will allow him to play several roles in Sean McDermott’s 4–3 scheme: dropping back to play as an off-ball linebacker on both the strong and weak sides of the Bills defense on base downs, then rushing the passer on the weakside end on passing downs.
Carson Wentz developed a nice rapport with tight end Zach Ertz over the second half of last season; Ertz finished second among all pass catchers in receptions (63) from Week 9 on. Wentz was comfortable looking over the middle for his reliable tight end, so why not give him another? It’s not a huge position of need for the Eagles, but prospects like O. J. Howard, who possesses elite size (6-foot-6, 251 pounds) but moves like a receiver (with a 4.51-second 40 and a super-quick 6.85 three-cone), don’t come around often: