The Eagles made 14 cuts on Saturday, including former U.S. Army Ranger Alejandro Villanueva and linebacker Jake Knott.
While not as athletic as the quarterbacks Chip Kelly featured at Oregon, Matt Barkley's intelligence, quick set-up and delivery and accuracy (especially on the move) make him an intriguing fit in high-tempo attack that already boasts plenty of playmakers.
The SEC produced more picks in the 2013 NFL Draft than the ACC, Big 12, Pac-12, Big East, Big Ten, Conference USA, MAC, WAC, and Mountain West.
Strong value and schematic fits were the story for most of the NFC East clubs with the Eagles getting high marks for relying on Chip Kelly's first-hand knowledge of the Pac-12 Conference.
Eagles coach Chip Kelly might not be coaching in the Pac-12 any more, but he'll be coaching plenty of Pac-12 players. In his first draft as an NFL head coach, Kelly and the Eagles spent four of their eight picks on former Pac-12 players.
Ben Roethlisberger's best weapon entering the draft is former sixth-round pick WR Antonio Brown. With no cap space to shop bargains in free agency, GM Kevin Colbert is on the spot to deliver in spades in 2013.
Prospects the Jacksonville Jaguars should consider with their 2013 NFL Draft selections.
The NFL officially recognized a record 73 underclassmen as having been granted special eligibility into the 2013 draft. The list includes Texas A&M offensive tackle Luke Joeckel, NFLDraftScout.com's top-rated prospect, and a few surprises.
If Chip Kelly bolts Oregon for the NFL, he won't be the only person from the Pac-12 to do so. Utah DE Joe Kruger and USC WR Robert Woods have both announced their intent to enter the NFL draft.

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