As previously mentioned, the right side of the line is an area that the Eagles absolutely need to address during the offseason.
The first step in the repair process came when the team hired legendary offensive line coach Howard Mudd after Juan Castillo was promoted to defensive coordinator.
The second step could be selecting Boston senior Anthony Castonzo with their first-round pick.
Castonzo had a stellar combine, showing great technique in the drills. Despite having a less-than-impressive 40 time (5.21), he was able to post in the top-three times among offensive linemen in both the three-cone drill (7.25) and the 20-yard shuttle (4.40).
He also appeared polished, professional, and intelligent during his interview with the media.
With his massive 6'7" frame, Castonzo would be able to step in immediately for Winston Justice at right tackle. The only question is, will he last to No. 23 in the draft?