The Philadelphia Eagles Have Their Eye on Some Top-Flight Talent

Bob Cunningham@BCunningham215Senior Analyst IMarch 20, 2009

BATON ROUGE, LA - OCTOBER 6: Cornelius Ingram #7 of the Florida Gators carries the ball against the LSU Tigers at Tiger Stadium on October 6 , 2007 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. LSU defeated Florida 28-24. (Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images)

The Eagles have been quite busy this offseason.

Chill out guy who is very upset the Eagles didn't do much of anything in free agency, I'm talking about the draft.

The Eagles have been looking at a number of top-flight prospects. But not simply going to Pro Days.

They've been bringing the guys to the NovaCare Complex.

Guys like Eugene Monroe, LeSean McCoy, Everett Brown, Darrius Hayward-Bey, Donald Brown, and even Matt Stafford— guy they have no chance and really no intention of drafting—have all been under the watchful eye of the Philadelphia Eagles' coaches and scouts.

All are first-round prospects (with the exception of maybe Donald Brown) and there's a chance that they all may be off the board by the 21st pick (the Eagles' first).

However, a guy who they looked at just recently has caught my attention more than any of the other top-flight prospects who every team goes to watch simply because of their name.

Cornelius Ingram.

The Eagles were one of many teams on hand for Florida's Pro Day to watch Ingram and Florida teammate Percy Harvin, but it's not Harvin who the Eagles were most interested in.

Ingram has been invited to the NovaCare Complex next week for a private workout.

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