The Philadelphia Eagles added 12 undrafted free agents after the conclusion of the NFL Draft. Here’s what you need to know about each one and a dark horse that could make the roster.
What a difference a day makes. After the first two rounds of the 2020 NFL Draft, most of us, as fans and members of the media, had come to the same conclusion. Philadelphia Eagles vice president and general manager Howie Roseman’s access to the Novacare Complex needs to be revoked, and if he was to walk out in public in the “City of Brotherly Love”, someone’s going to challenge him to a fistfight.
Day 3 was different. The Eagles added seven guys, and you can’t make a major complaint about either one. Once the curtain closed Philly’s brass had added safety K’Von Wallace (fourth round), tackle Jack Driscoll (fourth round), wide receiver John Hightower (Round 5), linebacker Shaun Bradley (Round 6), wide receiver Quez Watkins (Round 6), tackle Prince Tega Wanogho (Round 6), and defensive end Casey Toohill (Round 7).
The Eagles found some nice options in later rounds. They strengthened some areas and added some talent at positions where there was a need. This team is better now than they were heading into the weekend. That’s all that you can ask for from any draft class.
The “Birds” weren’t done after the selection meeting though. They’ve come to terms with 12 undrafted rookie free agents. Here’s a quick look at who they are, what they bring to the table, and a darkhorse that could make the roster in September.