Updated Philadelphia Eagles Draft Board After the Scouting Combine

Brad Gagnon NFL National ColumnistFebruary 27, 2013

Feb 25, 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide defensive back Dee Milliner does a defensive drill during the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium.  Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
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With the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine complete, the B/R NFC East Blog has put together updated draft board suggestions for all four teams within the division. Since the Philadelphia Eagles hold the No. 4 overall pick and select again in the 35th spot, we've got boards prepared for the first two rounds.

Here's how we see things at the top...

There's a very good chance that three of those prospects are gone by the time Philly's on the clock. There are strong early indications that Luke Joeckel and Sharrif Floyd won't be around, which would mean that the Eagles would be guaranteed to have a shot at one of the top two players on the above board.

As for Round 2...

It probably goes without saying that a lot can and will change between now and April 25. If the Eagles keep both starting corners, they probably go with a front-seven defender in Round 1. If they don't gain confidence in the health of either Jason Peters or Todd Herremans (or both), then maybe they go with Joeckel or Eric Fisher, or even Lane Johnson.

And Geno Smith is always a wild card. Don't expect that to change, even though there's a decent chance the Jaguars or Raiders go that route before Philadelphia has a chance to take the West Virginia quarterback.

A multitude of factors in free agency and related developments will ruin these lists in no time, but it's still good to have something in place early. So here you go, Chip. Just hit CTRL+P and you're set.