The Eagles got their guy in the first round when they selected Fletcher Cox. They saw their chance and traded up to get him. But now, the Birds have two picks in the second round. Here is a complete look at the second:
33. St. Louis - Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State
Rams still need a play maker in the interior.
34. Indianapolis - Cordy Glenn, OG, Georgia
Colts need to protect their new face of the franchise. Glenn can slide out to RT if needed.
35. Baltimore (fMIN) - Courtney Upshaw, LB, Alabama
Versatile, physical LB who can play inside or out. Ray Lewis will love him.
36. Denver (fTB) - Janoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama
John Fox takes a chance on a very talented cover corner who will fit in well in Jack Del Rio's man scheme.
37. Cleveland - Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech
Immense physical talent who must learn the entire route tree after playing in Tech's option offense.
38. Jacksonville - Rueben Randle, WR, LSU
Blaine Gabbert needs weapons if he's to succeed in this sophomore season.
39. St. Louis (fWAS) - Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford
Lance Kendricks was a disappointment last year. Fleener is a dangerous weapon down the middle of the field.
40. Carolina - Andre Branch, DE, Clemson
An undersized DE who can really get after the passer.
41. Buffalo - Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State
Bills need to replace Demetress Bell at LT. Adams has some strength issues, but has quick feet and great size.
42. Miami - Amini Silatolu, OG, Midwestern State
Neither John Jerry or Richie Incognito are long-term answers at OG. The athletic Silatolu will help protect their new franchise QB.
43. Seattle - Bobby Massie, OT, Mississippi
Breno Giacomini did a commendable job after James Carpenter flamed out in 2011, but is best used as a backup.
44. Kansas City - Trumaine Johnson, CB, Montana
The Chiefs lost Brandon Carr to the Cowboys, and need to find a bookend to pair with Brandon Flowers.
45. St. Louis (fDAL) - Peter Konz, C, Wisconsin
The Rams provide QB Sam Bradford with some added protection with Konz, who can play OG or C.
46. Philadelphia - Lavonte David, LB, Nebraska
David is excellent in pass coverage, and finds the ball and gets to it quickly. Played middle linebacker at Nebraska, but will be best suited at WLB in the pros.
47. NY Jets - Alshon Jeffery, WR, South Carolina
Jets WR group is a shambles, with Chaz Schilens and the moody Santonio Holmes listed as their starters. Jeffery will be a dangerous red-zone receiver, and eventually a starter.
48. New England (fOAK) - Lamar Miller, RB, Miami (FL)
A value pick here that gives the Pats their best chance to have a franchise back since Corey Dillon's days.
49. San Diego - Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State
Bolts lost Vincent Jackson, so they replace him with another big receiver from a small school.
50. Chicago - Kelechi Osemele, OL, Iowa State
Superb athlete who can play everywhere on the line except LT. Needs a kick in the butt occasionally.
51. Philadelphia (fARI) - Brock Osweiler, QB, Arizona State
I'm sticking with Osweiler here. The Eagles need to identify an heir apparent to Vick sooner rather than later. Of the QBs remaining, Osweiler offers up the most exciting package of skills and athletic ability. Could he start immediately - no - but give him a year (or maybe two) behind Vick and they just might have a franchise QB.
52. Tennessee - Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall
Titans need help getting to the QB. Curry had 23 sacks over the past two seasons.
53. Cincinnati - Kendall Reyes, DT, Connecticut
Not a huge need for the Bengals, but is great value at this juncture.
54. Detroit - Chris Polk, RB, Washington
A bit of a reach, but the Lions are in terrible shape at RB. Polk is a complete back.
55. Atlanta - Brandon Brooks, OG, Miami(OH)
Not invited to the Combine, Brooks is a massive interior blocker who someday will replace Vince Manuwai or Justin Blalock.
56. Pittsburgh - Alameda Ta'amu, DT, Washington
The Steelers have little to no depth behind Casey Hampton. Ta'amu is a true 3-4 NT.
57. Denver - Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson
The Broncos give Peyton Manning another toy to play with.
58. Houston - Brandon Thompson, DL, Clemson
The Texans could use some additional depth at DE.Thompson is an active, strong lineman.
59. Green Bay - Alonzo Dennard, CB, Nebraska
You can never have too many corners, and Dennard is an excellent nickel CB.
60. Baltimore - Jeff Allen, OT, Illinois
Left tackle Bryant McKinnie is getting up there in years, and Allen can play both OG and OT.
61. San Francisco - LaMichael James, RB, Oregon
James has some character concerns, but the speedy RB would make an ideal complement to Frank Gore.
62. New England - Jared Crick, DE, Nebraska
Crick is an ideal fit in New England's hybrid 3-4 defense. He can play 3-4 DE or 4-3 DT.
63. NY Giants - Orson Charles, TE, Georgia
Martellus Bennett is a marginal player who has trouble with the playbook. Charles is a well-rounded TE who can catch and block.
Jared Sherman has been providing CSNPhilly.com with draft analysis since 2000. E-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter @Phillyjared.