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Picks: Brandon Graham (13), Nate Allen (37), Daniel Te'o-Nesheim (86), Trevard Lindley (105), Keenan Clayton (121), Mike Kafka (122), Clay Habor (125), Ricky Sapp (134), Riley Cooper (159), Charles Scott (200), Jamar Chaney (220), Jeff Owens (243), Kurt Coleman (244)
The Eagles made this a make-or-break draft by having 13 picks, more than any other team. Did they use all those picks to their advantage and get solid players, even if no one in that batch is elite?
Of the 13 picks, seven remain with the team. Lindley has been a non-factor, and will likely be a camp casualty this year. The other five, however, are all solid contributors. Graham has shown promise if he can stay healthy, though he hasn't been first-round caliber so far.
Allen has been a decent safety, and Harbor and Cooper have become nice depth in the offensive game. Their two seventh-round picks were where the Eagles made their mark, however.
Jamar Chaney has been a good linebacker, and Kurt Coleman has become one of the draft's biggest steals at safety with seven interceptions in his career and the ability to get a lot more.
This is tough to grade, because the Eagles missed in the middle big time, were just okay in the beginning, but nailed the end of the draft. Like the Dolphins, they got a lot of nice depth pieces, but it's hardly an A draft as it's missing a great talent, which they should have gotten with all the picks they had.