Two Undrafted Eagles Made the PFWA All-Rookie Team

Photo Credit: Jeffrey G. Pittenger-USA TODAY Sports
Photo Credit: Jeffrey G. Pittenger-USA TODAY Sports

The Eagles selected seven players in the 2014 NFL Draft. Some panned out (Jordan Matthews, Beau Allen) and some didn’t (Marcus Smith, Marcus Smith and Marcus Smith). None of those players made the Pro Football Writers Association’s All-Rookie team. Two Eagles did make the cut, but they both went undrafted.

Pro Bowler Cody Parkey and special teams specialist Trey Burton were both selected to the squad, alongside other rookies Teddy Bridgewater, Odell Beckham Jr., Mike Evans, and more. There’s a lot of added pressure (and added responsibility) on Chip Kelly for this year’s draft, and now he’s got to follow up with some undrafted gems, too.

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9 Responses

  1. Wow. Add this with McCoy’s galloping gobbler from Thanksgiving and this season was a smashing success! Who needs super bowl wins?? Anyone remember Parkey missing FGs in that game that Eagles lost to the Redskins? hahahahha THE FUCKING REDSKINS!!

    1. You must be a really miserable person to have to pick on the rookie kicker who missed three FGs all season. There are a lot of problems on this team but he kicking game is not one of them.

    2. I am thinking of something else to write. It will be something I post every day. This is all I do. Please give me attention. I will start hitting refresh now. Good god my life sucks. Be right back!

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