The Philadelphia Eagles have a handful of needs heading into this offseason, but none more paramount than wide receiver and corner back.
An abundance of injuries to both of these position groups doomed them from the start. Starting corners Jalen Mills and Ronald Darby both missed multiple weeks throughout the season, and the offense finished the year without their top three wideouts, Alshon Jeffery, Nelson Agholor and DeSean Jackson.
The Eagles will also be losing some of these players in free agency, with Mills, Darby and Agholor all set to become free agents this offseason. Obviously, corner and wideout will be the front office’s focus in the draft.
General manager Howie Roseman has some extra draft capital this year, so he could put together a trade package in order to move up and snag an elite prospect at corner or receiver.
Here are two guys to keep an eye on if Roseman decides to go that route.