Between Malcolm Jenkins currently being unhappy over his contract situation along with Rodney McLeod expected to test the free agency market, safety is going to be another position Philadelphia needs to explore this offseason.
Free agency will certainly provide the Eagles with plenty of great options to consider when it comes to adding depth at the position, but Philadelphia may be better off focusing on the draft for this need.
While there’s always the chance of the Eagles addressing safety early on in one of the first couple of rounds, if they happen to wait until the final day of action, North Carolina’s Myles Dorn will most likely be available.
Not only has Dorn proven to be great at reading opponents over the years with the Tar Heels, but the fact that he found ways to make a significant impact dating back to his freshman season with North Carolina makes it seem like this could turn into a potential steal this late in the draft.
Hopefully, Philadelphia can figure out a way to make Jenkins happy since he’s been a key member on defense for the Eagles since coming on board in 2014, but even if the veteran returns, a selection like Dorn still wouldn’t hurt.