Philadelphia Eagles 2014 Draft: A Scouting Guide for East-West Shrine Game

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Philadelphia Eagles 2014 Draft: A Scouting Guide for East-West Shrine Game
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The NFL Draft may be months away, but for the Philadelphia Eagles and 27 other teams, the process began in earnest this week. The East-West Shrine Game unofficially kicks off draft season for most of the league.

The East-West Game is a little lacking in star power. The majority of the players in the game are mid-to-late-round picks at best. Quite a few won’t be drafted at all.

That being said, every pick has value, and All-Star games such as this and the week of practice leading up to it are often crucial steps in the evaluation process to unearth those gems. And as Bo Wulf for PhiladelphiaEagles.com points out, quality players and even stars can be found in this game.

Birds safety Earl Wolff (pictured) played in the game just last year.

So while it may not have the same luster as the Senior Bowl, we can certainly pick out a few names Birds fans might want to keep an eye out for this weekend.

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