2015 NFL Mock Draft: Philadelphia Eagles Get Defensive

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21. Cincinnati Bengals

21. player. 56. The Cincinnati Bengals can certainly use some help up front to rush the passer. Kentucky defensive end Alvin “Bud” Dupree would add a dangerous weapon to their defense. Dupree is versatile in that he can line-up with his hand in the dirt as a traditional defensive end but can also line up standing at outside linebacker and get to the passer that way as well.. Defensive End. Kentucky. Alvin Dupree

22. Pittsburgh Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers have to address their secondary this offseason. Drafting Washington cornerback Marcus Peters would help a ton. There is no denying Peters’ talent on the field but the concerns about him off the field will likely cause him to fall in the draft. Pittsburgh certainly has the veterans and head coach in Mike Tomlin to take on a potential “headache” and make the best of it.. Cornerback. Washington. Marcus Peters. 22. player. 55

23. Detroit Lions

50. Detroit Lions’ star defensive tackle <strong><a href=. Defensive Tackle. Oklahoma. Jordan Phillips. 23. player

24. Arizona Cardinals

player. 32. The Arizona Cardinals already have one of the most talented defenses in the entire league. But one hole in their defensive unit is at inside linebacker. <strong><a href=. Inside Linebacker. TCU. Paul Dawson. 24

25. Carolina Panthers

25. player. 87. It’s time for the Carolina Panthers to start thinking about quarterback <strong><a href=. Offensive Tackle. Pittsburgh. T.J. Clemmings

26. Baltimore Ravens

26. Although the Baltimore Ravens had a Pro Bowl running back in <strong><a href=. Running Back. Georgia. Todd Gurley. 26. player

27. Dallas Cowboys

123. The numbers look good for the Dallas Cowboys defense last season but they actually weren’t that great. They need help on almost every level of their defense and drafting Alabama safety Landon Collins would be a good way to start. Collins is more of an “in the box” safety but he has enough skills to play solid zone coverage as well.. Safety. Alabama. Landon Collins. 27. player

28. Denver Broncos

Michigan. Devin Funchess. 28. player. 45. With tight end <strong><a href=. Wide Receiver

29. Indianapolis Colts

Melvin Gordon. 29. player. 46. It’s clear that the experiment with running back <strong><a href=. Running Back. Wisconsin

30. Green Bay Packers

49. The Green Bay Packers don’t have many glaring needs, although many believe they need to address inside linebacker. <strong><a href=. Offensive Tackle. Miami (Fla.). Ereck Flowers. 30. player

31. Seattle Seahawks

Even though wide receiver <strong><a href=. Wide Receiver. Auburn. Sammie Coates. 31. player. 36

32. New England Patriots

The New England Patriots are fresh off a Super Bowl win but that doesn’t mean they don’t have any holes on their roster. They could certainly afford to bolster their offensive line and adding a player like Florida State offensive tackle Cameron Erving makes a ton of sense. New England loves versatile linement and they don’t make them much more versatile than Erving. With experience at left tackle, right tackle and center, Erving would offer the ability to play a plethora of positions along the Patriots’ offensive line.. Offensive Tackle. Florida State. Cameron Erving. 32. player. 47

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