With 13 picks in seven rounds, the Eagles definitely had plenty of chances to improve their team.
The following 13 slides will offer an analysis of the 2010 draft for the Eagles, as well as an overall rating of the draft.
Graham played in 13 games, starting six. His season ended prematurely, when he tore his ACL in the Cowboys game in December.
He recorded three sacks, forced two fumbles and picked up 12 tackles.
He didn't contribute near as much as the Eagles hoped when they traded up for him in the first round of last year's draft. And now, he's likely going to miss the start of the 2011 season because of his injury.
He's not even close to a bust yet, but he's disappointing as of now, and I don't expect to write anything different a year from now. After all, he probably won't be completely healthy from his injury until 2012.
Allen's career started off with a bang, as he was named the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Month in September after he intercepted a trio of passes, including one against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers in his first ever game.
Allen was placed on the injured reserve list with a torn patellar tendon, suffered in the historic comeback win against the New York Giants in late December.
For the season, he recorded 43 tackles and two sacks. He has potential, but I have my doubts for whether he will turn in a successful season in 2011, simply because of his injury.
However, Nate Allen looks like he may be a permanent replacement for legendary Eagles safety Brian Dawkins.
Daniel Te'o-Nesheim would probably have been cut or released during the 2010 season if he wasn't such a high draft pick. As it is, he is probably the 53rd player on the roster.
Rookie Brandon Graham was injured late last season, Trent Cole was playing subpar and Te'o-Nesheim still barely played.
He doesn't even have a page yet on Pro-Football-Reference, probably because he has no tackles, sacks or forced fumbles. The picture (above) showing his missed tackle on Jason Witten was probably his best play of the season.
He needs to prove that he belongs on the roster, or he will be cut soon.
Lindley definitely doesn't have the talent to be a starter, but he showed that he can be a decent backup at cornerback.
His biggest play of the season was an interception to win the game in the closing seconds against the San Francisco 49ers.
Clayton showed some promise last season, but he really didn't play too much.
He played in just seven games and picked up four tackles. He started one game.
He is the type of young linebacker who could benefit from the tutelage of new linebackers coach Mike Caldwell.
Kafka didn't play a down in 2010, and everything goes according to plan, he won't play in 2011 either.
He has talent, but management will likely attempt to acquire a veteran quarterback to serve as the backup to Michael Vick (assuming Kevin Kolb is traded).
Harbor earned some playing time late last season. He finished the season with nine receptions for 72 yards and a touchdown. The touchdown was a pretty impressive leaping three-yard catch in the back of the end zone.
His development over the offseason will affect the amount of playing time he receives in 2011. And if Brent Celek continues to lead the NFL in dropped pass percentage, Harbor will earn even more playing time.
Sapp suffered a knee injury in preseason and was placed on injured reserve on August 31st. He underwent arthroscopic knee surgery in September.
Sapp will have to compete for a spot next season with players like Te'o-Nesheim, Bobby McCray and Jeremy Clark.
Cooper showed tremendous potential in training camp last summer, but he really didn't play as much as I thought he would in 2010.
He caught seven passes for 116 yards and a touchdown, including a sensational 37-yard catch against the Tennessee Titans in October.
He is still the team's fourth receiver and should see a lot more playing time next season.
Charles Scott was traded for cornerback/kick returner Jorrick Calvin before the season started last year. Calvin was selected one pick after Scott in the 2010 draft. (I'll grade Calvin for this pick since he was received in the trade.)
Calvin didn't do much, if anything, as a cornerback. As a returner, he showed some potential. He returned a kick 102 yards for a touchdown, but it was called back due to a penalty. He also briefly lost his starting job after fumbling a punt with three minutes remaining in a one-score game against the Tennessee Titans.
He made a boneheaded play against the Cowboys in December when he attempted to run out the clock by running back and forth in the end zone, without realizing that the clock wasn't moving. After the play, he shoved Cowboys cornerback Alan Ball and received an unnecessary roughness penalty.
He was placed on injured reserve after the 38-31 win against the Giants in December.
Chaney might be the best pickup for the Eagles in the 2010 draft, if you adjust according to the round the player was selected.
Chaney was named the starting linebacker for the final few games of the season after Stewart Bradley suffered a dislocated elbow. He led the Eagles with seven tackles in his first start (against the Dallas Cowboys). He recorded 16 tackles, including 12 solo tackles, against the New York Giants the following week.
NFL analyst Brian Baldinger said Chaney was "already one of the best middle linebackers in the game," and he is "phenomenal in all aspects."
He is expected to compete with Stewart Bradley for the starting job next season. The loser may move to outside linebacker to start.
Owens spent the entire season on the practice squad. When he finally did play, against the Minnesota Vikings, he suffered a left patellar tendon rupture and was placed on injured reserve.
He will need to compete for a roster spot next season.
Coleman received playing time in 15 games last season, including two starts (after Nate Allen was placed on injured reserve).
He recorded 22 tackles and one interception.
Coleman is expected to start at safety next year if Quintin Mikell leaves via free agency.
Brandon Graham is disappointing because he was picked so high and hasn't shown anything yet. Nate Allen appears to have talent, but he will need to remain healthy (as will Graham).
Chaney is a classic late-round steal.
Clayton, Harbor, Lindley, Cooper, Calvin and Coleman should receive some playing time next season, but none will make a big impact.
Te'o-Nesheim appears to be a complete bust, but let's reevaluate him after next season.
It's too early to tell for Kafka.
And Sapp and Owens need to prove that they are worth a roster spot before next season.
Overall Grade: C+