The Eagles' bold decision to trade up for Carson Wentz will define the franchise going forward, but the QB has the right number to be great.
With the Eagles' drafting three "red flag" players Saturday, the team showed a philosophical shift from Chip Kelly's incredibly high character standards.
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1dWith their first pick in the fifth round, the Eagles drafted running back Wendell Smallwood out of West Virginia.
1dDuring a video released of the phone call the Eagles made to Carson Wentz just before picking him, Frank Reich revealed that Wentz told them to "make it happen."
1dCSNPhilly.com's Paul Hudrick breaks down some possible best fits for the Eagles heading into Day 3 of the 2016 NFL draft.
1dTake a look at some of the best prospects available that could be on the board for the Eagles as the NFL draft enters the final four rounds.
1dCarson Wentz's close relationship with his older brother Zach helped mold him as a football player and a person.
2dThe Eagles turned their focus to offensive line with the 79th overall pick by drafting Isaac Seumalo, who will have a shot at the starting LG position.
2dAfter going with Carson Wentz second overall, the Eagles got him some protection by selecting offensive lineman Isaac Seumalo with the 79th pick.