2012 NFL Draft: Ranking Philadelphia's Biggest Needs and Possible Solutions

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2012 NFL Draft: Ranking Philadelphia's Biggest Needs and Possible Solutions
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The 2012 NFL draft is quickly approaching, and the Philadelphia Eagles have some needs that could be filled with careful selections. However, the truth remains that they only have three Day 1 picks, which means they have to prioritize.

When Andy Reid looks around the rest of the NFC East, he sees nothing but optimism. The Giants are reigning champs, the Cowboys look energized with the prospect of another season with Miles Austin, Jason Witten and DeMarcus Ware leading the way, and Baylor prospect Robert Griffin III should energize the fanbase in Washington quickly in 2012.

He sees the same thing in his own fanbase, however, because of this year's offseason. The addition of DeMeco Ryans, the trading of Asante Samuel and the re-signings of so many key pieces clearly overshadow the loss of left tackle Jason Peters. They even signed former Bill Demetress Bell to fill the void.

So, what are the Eagles' remaining needs and whom can they fill them with? Let's explore!


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