2014 NFL Draft rounds 2 and 3 have begun. It promises to be an interesting night. Will the Eagles trade down again? Or will they trade up? We need to watch and see.
Yesterday’s NFL round one draft was the most watched NFL Draft with a Nielson Rating of 6.1 which translates to 9.94 millions viewers. That is a strong number for a sports show NOT involving a game.
Yesterday also brought us Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel and his “money sign” with a surprising pick at number 22. Take note, that was a classless and immature move. Good luck, Cleveland. I think you are going to need it. Playing in the Dog Pound won’t be easy and Johnny is used to easy.
Check back regularly for any updates and any notable GIFs and maybe a doctored Johnny Manziel photo or two.
There is a lot of NFL Draft left for today!
For their 86th pick the Philadelphia Eagles select Oregon Ducks wide receiver Josh Huff.
Huff could easily be a number two or three wide receiver for Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly’s high potent offense. He has great speed and big hands as well. With a 35.5 inch vertical jump you know he can reach up and grab some high passes out the air. In the 2013 season he had 61 receptions for 890 yards and 7 touchdowns. I guess coming out of Oregon didn’t hurt his chances either.
Philadlephia Eagles traded their 54th and 122nd pick for the 42nd pick overall and select Vanderbilt wide receiver Jordan Matthews.
Remember you heard the possibility of this pick first here at Inside the Iggles. Staff writer Jason Hunsicker, @hunsinator wrote a nice piece way back on April 12, 2014.
Philadelphia Eagles Could Draft Vanderbilt’s Jordan Matthews http://t.co/0GDz4uILUq
— Inside The Iggles (@InsideIggles) April 12, 2014