2010 NFL Draft: Eight Prospects the Philadelphia Eagles Should Be Targeting

February 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As NFL teams embark on the annual offseason process of evaluating their existing personnel and identifying team needs, the landscape will be different this year. With the absence of a collective bargaining agreement, teams will need to do it the old fashioned way. Specifically, filling team needs will mostly have to come through trades and the draft since free agent movement will be very limited. Considering that NFL GM's have largely displaced the art of trading in a world cluttered with caponomics and combine rankings, it would be unreasonable to expect very many player for player trades. Accordingly, this leads clubs back to the draft to fill current and future voids on their particular team. This becomes even further refined for the Philadelphia Eagles, who like their brethren across the street, are likely staring at a relatively finite window of opportunity. Barring a trade, Donovan McNabb is currently the team's starting quarterback- and at the age of 33 projects to have 3 ...

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