So says NFL.com:
» Round 2: (No. 49 overall) Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota State (above).
» Round 4: (125) Avonte Maddox, CB, Pittsburgh; (130) Josh Sweat, Edge, Florida State.
» Round 6: (206) Matt Pryor, OT, TCU.
» Round 7: (233) Jordan Mailata, OT, N/A.
The Eagles only made five picks in this draft, but the first three of them make the grade here. Philly actually moved out of the No. 32 slot — allowing Baltimore to take Lamar Jackson — but earned a 2019 second-round pick for their generosity. The Eagles then proceeded to jump right in front of the TE-needy Cowboys and nab Goedert. Doug Pederson’s a fan of 12 personnel (one RB, two TE), and I’m a fan of Goedert joining Zach Ertz. In the fourth round, Philly scooped up a slot corner replacement for Patrick Robinson (Maddox) and a high-upside edge rusher (Sweat) to further enrich that terrifying front. The Eagles are loaded for bear, fully prepared for a title defense. Remember three years ago, in the Chip Kelly era, when Howie Roseman was essentially forced to take a GM sabbatical? Weird league: