Philadelphia Eagles 2010 NFL Draft: Day Two Recap: Good or Bad Day?

April 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Philadelphia Eagles had a very busy day today, doing a ton of shuffling around on the draft board and continuing their theme from the first round.
With the 37th overall selection, the Philadelphia Eagles did draft safety Nate Allen out of South Florida. Allen is expected to be an immediate starter at free safety for the Eagles who are still trying to fill Brian Dawkins' void.
Allen has some work to do in training camp, but I'm sure defensive coordinator Sean McDermott and DB coach Dick Jauron are both very excited to have this young man in their 2010 plans.
Then came the wheeling and dealing that we've all come to expect fron Andy Reid.
For the second time this offseason, head coach Andy Reid has done business with a division rival. First was the McNabb trade to the Redskins, and then just today in the second round the Eagles trade picks with the Dallas Cowboys.
Philadelphia fans exploded with anger!
Why—why—would the Eagles ...

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