Defensive End Still a Glaring Need For The Eagles

March 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As the Eagles continue to push forward through the 2010 Free Agency, the approach they are taking seems to be to get rid of the veterans who have either been affected by injury or impacted by simply number crunching.
After the Eagles made a deal with the Seattle Seahawks trading DE Chris Clemons and a 2010 fourth round pick for DE Darryl Tapp, I felt the Eagles were in a good situation at defensive end.
I sincerely think Tapp is going to be a force on the left side and the Eagles would have proven backups in the event someone was to go down. That was before this past week happened, now I'm thinking the Eagles have to take a defensive end in the draft but maybe just not as high up on the list of needs.
In the past two weeks the Eagles cut ties with a total of three defensive ends and gained one so its pretty easy to see why I say the Eagles still need to draft one but the tough question to answer is in what round will the Eagles draft one? Chris Clemons went to the Seahaw...

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