Redrafting every Philadelphia Eagles pick from their 2020 NFL Draft

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What if the Philadelphia Eagles could hit reset on the 2020 NFL Draft?

The Philadelphia Eagles are ten games into the season and things are looking bleak. The Birds have the second most expensive roster in the league but only have three wins to show for it. To make matters worse, Spotrac projects them at $64 million over the 2021 salary cap.

Because of these money issues, the Eagles needed their 2020 draft class to perform well under their rookie contracts. They simply did not have the money (especially after the Javon Hargrave signing) to throw contracts at free agents.

So far, the Eagles rookies have been a massive disappointment. Jalen Reagor is the only player who has consistently been a part of the starting lineup, and even he has underwhelmed due to injuries. The lack of involvement by the rookies is one of the many reasons for the Eagles’ struggles. A few more hits in the draft and this team is probably in a much better position moving forward.

With that being said, let’s bring out the time machine and put ourselves in Howie Roseman’s shoes. Based on midseason production and filling positions of need, here’s the redo of the Philadelphia Eagles’ 2020 draft class.