Carson Wentz still has a running back's mentality. That was fine in college, but in the NFL he needs to learn how to protect himself by sliding.
Sam Bradford's agent hasn't backed off. Bradford still wants a trade and doesn't view the situation with the Eagles as true competition.
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3dTake 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.
3dCarson Wentz's close relationship with his older brother Zach helped mold him as a football player and a person.
4dThe 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.
4dAfter going with Carson Wentz second overall, the Eagles got him some protection by selecting offensive lineman Isaac Seumalo with the 79th pick.
4dTake a look at some of the best prospects available still left on the board as the NFL draft enters the third round.
4dThe Jets selected Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg 51st overall in the second round of the 2016 NFL draft.
4dIt hadn't even been a full day since he was drafted yet, but Carson Wentz was already feeling antsy about getting his hands on the Eagles' playbook on Friday.