Jalen Hurts learned a lot about the NFL and Philadelphia as a rookie. Last year’s second-round pick went from the No. QB on the Eagles’ roster in training camp to the starter by Week 14.
Let's take a look at who Detroit should've drafted in the place of Huntley in the fifth round. NOTE: In order to make my decision, I looked at only the 10 players picked after Huntley. There's no doubt that the best player taken within the 10 picks that followed the Lions' selection of Huntley was offensive lineman Michael Onwenu.
Let’s get to the Philadelphia Eagles links ... Why the Philadelphia Eagles could have another NFL draft trade up their sleeve - ESPN Which brings us to a logical Step 2 in the plan: moving back up in the first round to grab one of their targeted prospects. Let’s say they’re interested in landing Alabama cornerback Patrick Surtain II, believing he can be a critical piece in defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon’s secondary-centric scheme.