Wide Receiver Options For The Eagles In The Draft

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Jan 4, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper (14) makes a touchdown catch against the New Orleans Saints during the first half 2013 NFC wild card playoff football game at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

It is a common worry for Eagles fans that they could possibly lose one of their top three receivers in free agency, as receivers Jeremy Maclin and Riley Cooper are set to hit the free agent market.

As much as the Eagles would like to bring both of them back, that may not be the case. This is the NFL and anything and everything will happen, and in that case coaches and general managers must be prepared for everything.

In the case that either Maclin or Cooper don’t re-sign with the Eagles and they don’t get anybody in free agency, the next option to replace one of them is in the NFL draft, and this year’s draft is one of the deepest that general managers have seen in years, particularly at the wide receiver position. Here are four receiver options for the Eagles in the draft.

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  • Ron

    Benjamin.

  • Mugshot Magoo

    Stay away from Benjamin..he’s future garbage. If you’re so in love with height weight and speed, then bring back Ifeanyi Momah. Dontae Moncrief from Ole Miss will be there in the third round. That’s as high as the Eagles should pick any offensive player this draft.

  • Ryan

    Hey mugshot why do you say Benjamins future is garbage. Just curious