Eagles look to bolster offensive line on draft's third day

PHILADELPHIA (AP) The Philadelphia Eagles are expected to target the offensive line on the third day of the NFL draft.

The Eagles have one pick in the fourth round, none in the fifth, two in the sixth and one more in the seventh. They have four starters returning on their offensive line, but two-time Pro Bowl guard Evan Mathis is rumored to be on the trading block.

The Eagles took USC wide receiver Nelson Agholor in the first round at No. 20. They traded up five spots to get Utah defensive back Eric Rowe in the second round at No. 47 and chose Texas linebacker Jordan Hicks in the third round at No. 84.


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