á Depth is certainly not an issue when it comes to defensive ends in the 2010 NFL Draft. The only issue is there may be more questions instead of options. And with uncertainties abound, the Philadelphia Eagles may be forced to sign Julius Peppers as early as Friday, March 5, the first day of free agency in the NFL. It may sound like a quick decision, but the Eagles displayed that type of efficiency when the markets opened up in March 2004. That was the year they signed highly sought-after defensive end, Jevon Kearse, on day one of free agency. Eagles head coach Andy Reid may be targeting defensive ends Carlos Dunlap, Everson Griffen, Jason Pierre Paul and Brandon Graham through the draft. All are highly regarded and all can make an impact in their rookie season. The only problem is that a ...
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