Philadelphia Eagles 2012 Mock Draft: Best and Worst Case 7-Round Scenarios

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Philadelphia Eagles 2012 Mock Draft: Best and Worst Case 7-Round Scenarios
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Now that free agency is finally underway, you get a good feel for what every team's needs are and who they could select in the 2012 NFL draft.

The Miami Dolphins were pegged by a lot of mockers to take Riley Reiff, an offensive tackle at of Iowa with their eighth overall pick in the first round. They traded away their No. 1 receiver Brandon Marshall on the first day of free agency. Now it would seem as they will be taking either Justin Blackmon or Michael Floyd with their first-round selection.

It's scenarios like the Dolphin's that really give you a feel of where a team will go in the draft, especially with the first three rounds. The Eagles headed into free agency with a few needs. Wide receiver was one of them, until they locked up DeSean Jackson for the next five years.

Now the Eagles brass can sleep easy knowing that they have two true No. 1 and No. 2 receivers in Jackson and Jeremy Maclin. Had they either traded Jackson or not been able to re-sign him, drafting a wide out in the first round would make sense.

Once the dust settles from free agency, you will really be able to get a sense of every draft scenario for the Eagles in each round. I'll break down each round and go through the best-case and worst-case scenario with all 10 picks for the Eagles in the first six rounds.  

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