3. Eagles could address cornerback or wide receiver in second round
If Philadelphia were in fact interested in Swift, would they possibly feel comfortable in waiting until the second round at No. 53 to see if he were still available?
Unfortunately, due to all of the other teams in need of help at the running back position, the chances of the Eagles pulling this off seem slim, but at least if they were to go with Swift at No. 21, the second round could be the perfect chance to address the other key positions.
Whether Philadelphia were to decide to add depth at cornerback in the second round with someone like Damon Arnette or draft an extra wide receiver like Jalen Reagor, the good news for the Eagles is there will be plenty of great options to consider in the second round.
Even if Philadelphia came up big in March by acquiring Darius Slay from the Detroit Lions along with both DeSean Jackson and Alshon Jeffery making progress after dealing with injuries most of last season, the Eagles still need extra help at each position.
There will obviously be a strong chance of the Eagles deciding to hold off on running back since the argument can be made the other positions will be more important to address, but at least there will be plenty of great options to consider.