2015 NFL Mock Draft – Philadelphia Eagles Defense Backed Into The Corner

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player. 56. The Cincinnati Bengals churn out linebackers who eventually sign elsewhere.  They renew the process in drafting the 6’0″ 228 linebacker from the University of Washington. He plays both inside and outside linebacker and brings a proficiency and flexibility that will ensure he finds his way to their starting roster. . OLB. University of Washington. Shaq Thompson. 21

22. player. 55. The Pittsburgh Steelers select the 6’7″ 292 pound run stuffing defensive end from the University of Oregon   Armstead  will fit into a defense tasked with stopping the running games of the Bengals, Ravens and Browns. . DT. University of Oregon. Arik Armstead

OLB. University of Virginia. Eli Harold. 23. player. 50. The Detroit Lions grab the 6’3″ 247 outside linebacker from Virginia.   An outstanding run defender with upside to develop a superior pass rush, he will join a defense that will see some production drop with the absence of DL Ndamukong. Suh

24. player. 32. The Arizona Cardinals continue to invest in one of the best defenses in the NFL with this selection of a 6’4″ 269 edge rusher from Kentucky.. DE/OLB. University of Kentucky. Alvin Dupree

87. The Carolina Panthers select an offensive lineman who captivated the Philadelphia Eagles in 6’5″ 309 pound offensive lineman from Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.  While still raw, he has all the skill sets to develop into a pro bowl lineman someday.. OT. University of Pittsburgh. TJ Clemmons. 25. player

26. With the questions surround the future of <strong><a href=. DT. University of Oklahoma. Jordan Phillips. 26. player

123. Having fixed the offense, the Cowboys turn their 2015 draft attention towards the defensive line and select 6’2″ 293 pound Bennet from Ohio State. . DT. Ohio State University. Michael Bennett. 27. player

45. With a second run on defensive lineman, the Denver Broncos turn their first round attention towards 6’4″ 334 defensive lineman out of Florida State University. DT. Florida State University. Eddie Goldman. 28. player

46. The Indianapolis Colts want nothing more than to protect franchis quarterback <strong><a href=. C. Florida State University. Cameron Erving. 29. player

While 2015 is certainly not a strong draft class for tight ends, when Green Bay Packers quarterback <strong><a href=. TE. University of Minnesota. Maxx Williams. 30. player. 49

CB. Florida State University. PJ Williams. 31. player. 36. The Seattle Seahawks compensate for the loss of Byron Maxxwell to free agency by selecting 6’0″ 194 pound cornerback from FSU

47. The New England Patriots find a good bargain in drafting the best running back at the 32 spot.  6’1″ 222 running back Todd Gurley , from the University of Georgia Bulldogs is a huge asset when paired with quarterback <strong><a href=. RB. University of Georgia. Todd Gurley. 32. player

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