Apr 25, 2013; New York, NY, USA; A general view of the NFL shield logo and main stage before the 2013 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

What Position Should The Eagles Draft For In April?

It’s never too early to start talking about the 2014 NFL Draft. It is only 4 months away and there is a lot of football left but why not talk about it a bit. Last week’s Mock Draft Pick projected a corner back for the second week in a row. The general consensus is the secondary for the Philadelphia Eagles is week and needs to be shored up. That may or may not be true. Sunday’s game would lend one to think maybe the secondary does need that help but it was only one game.

Here is my take…

It has been long thought this season that the Eagles suffers from a weak secondary. Not counting the game against the Minnesota Vikings the secondary had improved weekly. Maybe yesterday was an aberration. Earlier in the season there was thought a quarterback was needed. Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles quickly shut that talk down. I still think the Eagles need a pass rusher. Philadelphia Eagles outside linebacker Trent Cole is having a pretty good year but he could use a partner that can put some heat on the opposing team’s quarterback.

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What position do the Eagles most need to address this off-season?

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