Path To The Draft: Eagles On The Clock

NFL Network has been taking a look at every NFL team, and has a team representative from Scout.com predict what each team might do in this upcoming NFL draft. Andrew Pluta from Warnest.com gives his thoughts on what the Eagles need, and who they might draft.

I don’t agree with many of the things Pluta said. The idea of drafting Kenny Phillips at 19 is terrible. While Safety may be a need, I don’t see any safety, including Kenny Phillips being worthy of a first round pick. Pluta then goes on to talk about how the Eagles are looking at WR Earl Bennett from Vanderbilt. I like Bennett, but I certainly would not describe him as a big receiver like Andrew did(since when is a 5’11″ 200 lb WR big?).

Topics: Andrew Pluta, Earl Bennett, Kenny Phillips, NFL Network, Philadelphia Eagles, Warnest

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  • ck0712

    i agree ian with what u wrote!! bennett though i guess is possibly who it’s gonna be …. i’m full up of chad & blah blah blah LMAO! thanks , nice article ian!!

  • http://mudcandy.org juggadore

    looks like pluta needs to take a nap.  i thought he was gonna dose off there..

  • http://insidetheiggles.com/ Ian

    ck - thank you again ck. chad is going nuts right?

     juggadore -  i agree. he looked out of it there. thanks for stopping by.

  • http://www.bleedinggreennation.com Jasonb

    Uhh… Uh… I think uhhh… Earl Bennett is a big guy at uhhh. 6 foot… uhhh… uhh….I can think of a few other Eagles bloggers that may have done better than this… :)

  • Tom

    personally i like the idea of getting phillips hes could end up being a great player under the wing of dawkins…but earl bennett i think is a joke…big? 6′? i think not…if we go after a wr i think we need to either trade up and try and get malcolm kelly or keep the 19th and possibly get james hardy

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