Both Michael Warren and Adrian Killins are both completely capable of making this Philadelphia Eagles roster.
Sure, if we’re being technical, the fact that there’s a tie here means that Ostman is technically fourth, Mike Warren and Adrian Killins Jr. should be tied for third, and the top guy should be first. Let’s not argue over small things though because, had the list been constructed that way, many of you would have gone on the attack via social media or in an email.
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With that being said, let’s get to both Michael Warren and Adrian Killins. In a recent talk with Eagles running backs coach and assistant head coach Duce Staley, one of the most beloved Eagles of all time mentioned his satisfaction with his running back room.
He referenced how much Corey Clement, Boston Scott, and Miles Sanders have played. He brought up both Michael Warren and Adrian Killins. The only person he didn’t mention was Elijah Holyfield.
Now, let’s all understand something. That isn’t to say Duce meant anything by that. That doesn’t mean that Holyfield isn’t going to make the roster. As a matter of fact, most would place him fourth on the depth chart behind Sanders, Scott, and Clement.
Still, the fact that Duce specifically mentioned the undrafted guys shouldn’t be ignored. They’ve clearly got his attention, and on a depth chart that houses a bunch of guys with the same body type and skill set, the youthful legs of both Warren and Killins could be very helpful in catapulting one or the other past Holyfield and onto the roster.