With the Senior Bowl in the books, which players boosted their NFL draft stock and who disappointed? Geoff Mosher takes a look.
Scott Fitterer, a candidate for the Eagles' general manager vacancy, has reportedly decided to remain with the Seattle Seahawks.
Chip Kelly is still searching for a GM, and Eagles exec Ed Marynowitz and Dolphins scout Chris Grier appear to be the front-runners.
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1wThe NFL said an investigation into whether the Patriots used under-inflated footballs in the AFC title game is ongoing after a report said 11 of the 12 balls used were.
1wUnsurprisingly, the Eagles immediately met at the Senior Bowl with Michigan State safety Kurtis Drummond, regarded as one of the top DB prospects in the draft.