The Eagles have have drafted some great names in the NFL.

Although they have appeared in three Super Bowls and won it in 2018, when they defeated the New England Patriots, their playoffs record doesn’t measure up to the names on this draft list:

1. Chuck Bednarik

Undoubtedly, the greatest pick of the Eagles would be Chuck Bednarik. He was the first overall pick and played 14 seasons with the Eagles. He was known as the “Concrete Charlie” and “The 60-minute man”. Chuck was also part of two pre-merger championship winnings. He made it to the All-Pro team six times and was also inducted into the Hall of Fame.

2. Jason Kelce

Jason was truly a hidden gem. The Eagles picked him in the 2011 draft in round six. The current season would be probably his last season, which would also conclude his career of 12 years with Philly. Overall, his career has been nothing short of incredible. Jason is a four-time All-Pro team member, made it into five Pro Bowls, and was also an integral part of the Super Bowl-winning team in 2018. He deserves to be in the Hall of Fame.

3. Reggie White

One of the best pass rushers and defensive players in the NFL, Reggie White, was drafted in 1984. He was the fourth pick of the Eagles in the supplemental draft. He played for eight years for Philly and had the second most career sacks in NFL history. Reggie was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2006 and was a 13-time Pro Bowler and 8-time All-Pro inductee.

4. Brian Dawkins

Dawkins remained the cornerstone of the Eagles for 13 years when he was drafted in 1996. He was an integral part of the team, and he played his last three seasons for Denver. However, Dawkins still would be one of the greatest picks of the Eagles who swung NCAAF odds in favor of his team multiple times. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2018.

5. Harold Carmichael

One of the greatest draft picks of the Eagles, who proved his worth after getting picked in round 7 in 1971. Harold became the franchise’s greatest receiver, had record passes, and covered record yards. He also had record touchdowns. Because of his remarkable performances, Harold was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2020.

6. Pete Pihos

The early years of Philly were phenomenal. Pete played a significant role in the Eagles’ accomplishments. He was versatile and one of the best receivers of the franchise. Pete received two All-Pro honors as a wide receiver and as a defender. He also helped the team win two championships.

7. LeSean McCoy

It was a brave call by the Eagles when they drafted McCoy in the 2009 drafts in round 2. His offensive play was a treat to watch. He is still the Eagles’ all-time leading rusher, but unfortunately, the Eagles traded him to the Buffalos. He has been the Pro-Bowler six times and All-Pro twice. The trade was one of the biggest mistakes by the Eagles as McCoy was able to win two Super Bowls for other teams.

8. Fletcher Cox

The member of the winning team of the Super Bowl, Fletcher Cox, was drafted in 2012. He is one of the best defensive tackles in the NFL and has given overwhelming results to the Eagles. He has been a six-time Pro Bowler and was added to the All-Pro in 2018.

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