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NFL Draft 2022: Here are 5 players the Eagles could target if they decide to trade – NJ.com
Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner, BC, Cincinnati. Gardner has steadily climbed the draft board and is now considered one of the top two cornerback prospects in the draft. Over the next two weeks, you’ll probably hear the stat that he never gave up a touchdown in his college career, which is true. Gardner has good footwork and the speed to stick with a receiver in men’s coverage. Gardner also showed good instincts in reading where the receiver would go, one of the main reasons he finished with three interceptions and four pass deflections. After Steven Nelson signed with the Houston Texans and free agent targets like Stephon Gilmore and Patrick Peterson signed elsewhere, the Eagles need another top cornerback. Gardner was placed in mock drafts all the way to fourth place, heading to the Jets. To make the trade, their two first-round picks may need to be included, along with other assets, making it an expensive trade.
JJ Arcega-Whiteside would change position – BGN
JJ Arcega-Whiteside is no longer a wide receiver. According to Jeff McLane of the Inquirer, the Eagles’ 2019 second-round pick comes to Philadelphia’s offseason training schedule as a tight end. JJAW is said to have “added weight during winter training”, so he is somewhere above where he previously weighed 225 pounds. This news is hardly a complete shock. Many outside observers have wondered if JJAW could benefit from a change in stance. That being said, it would be naive to think that a simple switch will totally unleash JJAW’s potential. He was already contributing as a tight blocking end last year. For what it was compared to very low expectations, it was fine. He blocked pretty well, he helped on special teams, and he even had a nice (and much needed) first down in the New Orleans Saints game.
Eye on the Enemy #91: Dalton Miller on what it would cost to trade and sign Deebo Samuel – BGN Radio
John Stolnis spoke with Dalton Miller of the Pro Football Network about what it would cost to trade and sign Deebo Samuel, what the Eagles could do in next week’s draft, as well as NFC East teams and some quasi -NFL dynasties. who need a big draft to achieve dynasty status.
Eagles mailbag: Why even move JJAW to TE? – NBCSP
If any of the few targeted players fall into the Eagles’ range, I expect them to be aggressive, much like they were last year when they went from 12-10 to land DeVonta Smith. With 10 total picks going into this draft, Roseman has the ammunition to go up and down as he pleases. In a way, those two things kind of go together because the Eagles’ picks are so close at 15 and 18. If they don’t like players in that range sitting there at 15, then there’s lucky they don’t like these players are enough to stay at 18. So the idea of sending a third-round pick and possibly getting a third or, say, fourth-round pick in a trade, is very appealing. The Eagles would listen to offers, especially if there’s a QB on the board at 18 and a team wants to jump ahead of the Saints and Steelers (two QB-starved teams), then the Eagles would pick up the phone. But they will need the phone to ring.
NFL Draft: What league coaches are saying about the 2022 QB class
5. I will still be watching teams to trade and move the capital draft from 2022 to 23 over the next week. And I think Eagles general manager Howie Roseman showed foresight in making this kind of deal early.
Report: Giants try to trade Kadarius Toney – Big Blue View
Toney, the Giants’ 2021 first-round pick, has made headlines by not showing up for any voluntary offseason practices for the past three weeks after an injury-plagued rookie season. No one on the team explicitly voiced their displeasure with Toney’s absence, but they didn’t provide a reason either. Toney had a tumultuous rookie season. He skipped voluntary practices, missed most of training camp with a hamstring injury and COVID-19, missed more time with COVID-19 during the season, as well as various other injuries. Toney also took a few social media missteps.
Blogging The Boys picks Kenyon Green for Dallas Cowboys at 24 overall – Blogging The Boys
Kenyon Green is actually considered the best guard in the class by some, but others think it’s Boston College’s Zion Johnson. For what it’s worth, Johnson was taken by the Arizona Cardinals and Revenge of the Birds just one pick ahead of us at No. 23 overall. Since Johnson was gone, it came down to Green or Arkansas wide receiver Treylon Burks (Ohio State’s Chris Olave went to the Philadelphia Eagles and Bleeding Green Nation at 18 overall if you’re interested ). While receiver is definitely a need for this team right now, he doesn’t trump guard and dropping there with someone picked in a later round is much less important. Simply put, Kenyon Green made the most sense.
It Doesn’t Work: Commanders Fans Don’t Believe In Team Leadership – Hogs Haven
Wentz was traded to the Indianapolis Colts last offseason, where he would be mentored by his former offensive coordinator, Frank Reich. It didn’t work out though and the injuries from his 2021 season are still fresh. The season ended with Colts owner Jim Irsay standing in front of his private jet, shouting above the noise of the engines that he would personally (in fact) make sure Wentz never belittled another in a uniform. of the Colts. Carson Wentz is the man Ron Rivera and Dan Snyder agreed would lead the Commanders in their inaugural season, setting the tone for the next century of Commanders football.
2022 NFL Draft: Jeff Legwold ranks top 100 prospects – ESPN
14. Jordan Davis, TD, Georgia, 6-6 3/8, 341 (4.78). Even the most grizzled 40-year-old staff executive doesn’t matter double-takes Davis’ 4.78 sprint at the combine. The Outland Trophy winner will immediately make an impact against the race given its tendency to turn individual blocks into confetti. He has a rare combination of size and speed.
2022 NFL Draft: All-Pros, Pro Bowlers and overachievers in this class – NFL.com
Red stars. 2) Wyoming LB Chad Muma. The Wyoming product is an athletic tackling machine with an all-around game that makes him a natural choice as a three-man linebacker. Muma’s potential to impact the game as a blitz specialist or a covering linebacker could make him a standout player from day one.
Advocacy for the recruitment of two quarterbacks – Canal Street Chronicles
Unconventional times call for unconventional strategies. The New Orleans Saints have been perennial winners for nearly two decades. However, in the past two seasons, the Saints have lost a Hall of Fame quarterback and a Hall of Fame head coach. Heading into the 2022 NFL Draft, the Saints have two top-20 picks. With so many unanswered questions, having two first-round selections presents answers, albeit rare and unconventional. When presented with the stats of the quarterback’s first-round success as well, it might be time to do something the likes of which has never been seen in the history of the NFL Draft. The Saints can potentially secure their future by using the two first-round picks out of the top two quarterbacks.
2022 NFL Draft Digital Row with Dane Brugler and Amy Trask – The SB Nation NFL Show
Rob “Stats” Guerrera sits down with two of the smartest people in the business to attack the draft from two different angles. First, The Athletic’s Dane Brugler breaks down this year’s class like no one else, and former Raiders CEO Amy Trask explains the business side of the big day. Dane Brugler: How much does where a player ends up determine the quality of their career? (4h30). What is the gap between the best and the worst teams when selecting players? (6:09). Could we really see no talented players caught in the top 10? (9:48). What will the Jaguars do at #1? (13:10). Who is the underrated player who will participate in the first round? (15:55). Which player is called a first-round pick who shouldn’t be? (17:02). Who is the second or third day player who will be a star? (19:02) Amy Trask: What exactly is the “business side” of the draft? (20:43). What teams do off the field for rookies to help them succeed (24:21). A crazy idea to completely get rid of the NFL draft (27:07). What would happen if teams had to recruit rookies? (30:05)
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