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NFL Team: Philadelphia Eagles
131(31)Mike PattersonDTUSC
 The defending NFC champions have plenty of picks in this draft and few glaring needs. Drafting Patterson gives them both depth and insurance against the durability of the aging Hollis Thomas and Paul Grasmanis. Patterson's anticipation and initial quickness make him a good fit in Philadelphia's one-gap scheme.
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23(35)Reggie BrownWRGeorgia
 The Eagles got an excellent value for this second-round pick, and it gives them insurance in case the Terrell Owens contract situation worsens. Brown led Georgia in receptions the last two seasons, despite playing behind the more-heralded Fred Gibson.
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231(63)Matt McCoyLBSan Diego State
 Outside linebacker isn't a significant need, but Philadelphia wouldn't mind upgrading the position on either side of the formation.
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313(77)Ryan MoatsRBLouisiana Tech
41(102)Sean ConsidineDBIowa
425(126)Todd HerremansOTSaginaw Valley
 Green Bay traded the 126th (4th) pick to Philadelphia for the 167th (5th), 175th (5th), and 245th (7th) selections.
510(146)Trent ColeLBCincinnati
536(172)Scott YoungOGBYU
637(211)Calvin ArmstrongOTWashington State
733(247)Keyonta MarshallDTGrand Valley State
738(252)David BergeronLBStanford

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