Philadelphia Eagles’ Vice President of Football Operations, Howie Roseman met with the media on Tuesday to discuss the NFL Draft.
The NFL Draft is quickly approaching, and it’s almost time for the Philadelphia Eagles to select their rookies. This year, the Eagles have seven total picks, barring any trades that get made in the meantime. While Philly could acquire, or lose more picks via trade, it’s still something to look forward to as the team starts looking towards building for the future.
On Tuesday, Eagles’ General Manager and Vice President of Football Operations, Howie Roseman met with the media to discuss the state of the team and the upcoming draft. Beside Roseman was his right-hand man in the front office, Joe Douglas. Together, they addressed some general questions regarding the 2019 NFL Draft. While we didn’t receive any information that’s groundbreaking this week, there were a few interesting tidbits during the press conference.
As we have already been made aware that Carson Wentz could look to get an extension this offseason, the questions surrounding the Eagles’ franchise passer were absent on Tuesday. Instead, Roseman and Douglas discussed how they view the draft, how they feel about the current state of the team, and they also highlighted something about a player that the Eagles fan base might’ve prematurely written off. So with that, let’s highlight the three key points of Roseman and Douglas’ press conference.