2012 NFL Draft: Re-Grading the Philadelphia Eagles' Selections After OTAs

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2012 NFL Draft: Re-Grading the Philadelphia Eagles' Selections After OTAs
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Every Philadelphia Eagles fan was simply overjoyed by the choices Andy Reid and the front office made during the 2012 NFL draft.

Not only were there value picks in guys like Fletcher Cox, Nick Foles and Marvin McNutt, but the team finally drafted positions that had been left out to dry for a decade: linebacker and kick returner.

Now that the rookie minicamp and Organized Team Activities (OTAs) are over, it seems fitting to look back at the last month and revisit April's draft.

*N.B. The "regrading" part is based off of Randy Jobst's post-draft grades in April. Compare those to mine and see where the rookies stand!

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