The Senior Bowl and the NFC East

The next meaningful event on the NFL schedule for the Eagles, Cowboys, and Redskins is now the Senior Bowl, which will take place on January 28.  There’s an excellent chance that a few of the payers in that game with end up on your team’s roster.  Over the past 2 years, a minimum of 35 players that played at the Senior Bowl have found their way onto an NFC East roster.  The Eagles have had a whopping 16 players from the past two Senior Bowls, the Redskins 7, the Giants 7, an the Cowboys 5.

2011:

Eagles Redskins Giants Cowboys
Alex Henery Roy Helu Jr. James Brewer Dwayne Harris
Jaiquawn Jarrett Ryan Kerrigan Mark Herzlich Kevin Kowalski
Curtis Marsh Niles Paul Greg Jones DeMarco Murray
Casey Matthews Leonard Hankerson Da’Rel Scott  
Chas Henry Jarvis Jenkins    
Ronald Johnson Chris Neild    
Cedric Thornton      
Danny Watkins    

2010:

Eagles Redskins Giants Cowboys
Kurt Coleman Selvish Capers Phillip Dillard Lonyae Miller
Brandon Graham   Matt Dodge Sam Young
Nate Allen   Mitch Petrus  
Jamar Chaney      
Riley Cooper      
Trevard Lindley      
Jeff Owens      
Joique Bell    

I’ll be attending the week of practices this season, and should have a ton of coverage on the prospects that might be fits for each of the NFC East teams.

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  9. w-w-J-J-d says:

    Watkins is a rookie, not a scrub. He beasted during the latter third part of the season

  10. Joe D says:

    not exactly a ton of talent there @ the senior bowl

    Demarco Murray and Watkins are probably the best 2 players on that list… Nate Allen has potential to be a quality cover safety in the league, other than that, a list of JAGS

    1. Joe D says:

      oops missed Kerrigan Helu and BG on there.

      I like Helu and Kerrigan should be a solid starter. I do think BG has potential as well

    2. Reggie says:

      Senior Bowl is legit. Always has double digits at a minimum of guys that are drafted in the 1st round.

    3. Tracer Bullet says:

      I’d take Cooper over Watkins. Cooper might be JAG, but Watkins is a damned scrub.

  11. Maximdim says:

    This makes me think that the eagles don’t scout players during the season… They just go to the Senior Bowl and pick who they like

    (slightly sarcastic)

    1. Dez Bryant's Probation Officer says:

      It’s like a job fair. The Eagles set up a booth, and Joe Banner gives out pens and post-it notes with the Eagles logo…

    2. rage114 says:

      This is exactly what I thought.

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