10 players Eagles should fear most joining NFC East in 2020 NFL Draft

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While the Philadelphia Eagles are focused on their own picks for the 2020 NFL Draft, they should also be concerned about the other potential prospects joining other teams within the division.

On Thursday, the Philadelphia Eagles along with every other team will be participating in the 2020 NFL Draft, as the defending NFC East champions will be looking to fill numerous team needs.

Whether it involves bringing on competition at the cornerback position to compete for the No. 2 job or simply bringing on extra help at wide receiver position after the group dealt with all sorts of injuries in 2019, the Eagles will have plenty to consider later this week.

On top of their own selections, Philadelphia will also be keeping an eye on what the other three teams from the division will be doing as well since the Eagles will be facing some of these prospects twice a year moving forward.

At the moment, the Dallas Cowboys appear to be the biggest threat for Philadelphia as far as winning the NFC East is concerned, but depending on what kind of moves the New York Giants and Washington Redskins make in the draft, the Eagles could have their work cut out in 2020.

Plus, things may not have worked out for the best last season with the Giants and Redskins, but both teams did show plenty of potential at times, meaning anything seems possible once the 2020 season is officially underway.

Time will tell when it comes to seeing what the Eagles decide to do with the No. 21 pick in the first round since they should have plenty of great options to consider once on the clock, but Philadelphia should also be paying attention to what the other three teams decide to do as well.

With the start of the draft right around the corner, here are 10 prospects the Eagles should fear the most as far as joining the NFC East is concerned, and the teams they have the best chance of joining in the first round.