NFL Combine: Eagles news, interviews, & rumor tracker

NFL: MAR 02 Scouting Combline
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – MARCH 02: USC wide receiver Drake London answers questions from the media during the NFL Scouting Combine on March 2, 2022, at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, IN. (Photo by Zach Bolinger/Icon Sportswire)

The NFL Combine is officially underway and the Philadelphia Eagles are wasting no time in meeting with the prospects in attendance. Naturally, the Combine moves at a fast pace and it’s tricky to keep up with all the news. But fear not, because this guide will be your one stop shop when it comes to player interviews, rumors, and more!

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Meetings

Informal

QB – Matt Corral

QB – Sam Howell

WR – Drake London

WR – Treylon Burks

WR – Skyy Moore

Expect the unexpected, I guess?

The Eagles rolled up to the NFL combine with a *checks notes* mini basketball hoop??

This shouldn’t come as a complete surprise. Nick Sirianni famously asked prospects to 1v1 him in a game of ‘rock paper scissors’ and the 2021 draft class turned out pretty damn well. Who are we to question the competitive genius that lies inside Sirianni’s head?

Absentees

According to Mike Garafolo, Nakobe Dean, George Karlaftis and others could eventually be skipping the combine this year. While no decision has been made, some of the top players on the defensive side of the ball could end up choosing to work out during Pro-Days instead.

Dean is widely considered the best LB of the entire 2022 rookie class from Georgia. Karlaftis is expected to also go in the first round with many scouts debating whether his talent could find him in the top 5, 10 or 20.

It is not unusual for players to sit out of the combine for rest, or health issues. As of late both Joe Burrow and Chase Young skipped the combine in 2019 in favor of working out at their Pro-Days. Both players ended up going 1-2 in the NFL Draft that year. While it is never the be-all-end-all for prospects, the NFL Combine is one of the first chances for front office members to get an up-close and personal look on incoming rookies.

Photo by Zach Bolinger/Icon Sportswire

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