Philadelphia Eagles 2014 Draft: Aggregating Report Card Grades from the Web

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Philadelphia Eagles 2014 Draft: Aggregating Report Card Grades from the Web
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The much-anticipated wait for the NFL draft is finally over, with the Philadelphia Eagles adding seven players to their roster, plus a handful more as undrafted rookie free agents. General manager Howie Roseman entered the event with just six draft picks, but predictably traded down from the first-round spot and was able to secure seven selections.

The Eagles also traded away young running back Bryce Brown, a talented runner who has shown flashes of absolute brilliance but frustrating inconsistencies during his two years. This brought back a fourth-round pick (and maybe even a third-rounder) for a player who was taken in the seventh round in 2012.

It’s difficult to grade a team’s draft before the players have actually stepped on the field. After all, Russell Wilson was seen as a brutal pick by the Seattle Seahawks two years ago, and he’s since turned into a Super Bowl-winning franchise quarterback. Factoring in available players, team needs and scheme fits, this breaks down the grades the Eagles were assigned by football experts.

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