" />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteBleeding Green Nationa Philadelphia Eagles communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsEaglesOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Eagles StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Eagles NewsYahoo Eagles Team PageYahoo Eagles ReportYahoo Eagles Depth ChartYahoo Eagles TransactionsYahoo Eagles PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Report: Eagles lose director of pro scouting to RaidersNew http://www.eagleslockerroom.com/authentic-wes-hopkins-jersey ,32commentsMike Mayock stealing Philly talent. EDTShareTweetShareShareReport: Eagles lose director of pro scouting to RaidersPhoto by Scott Taetsch/Getty ImagesThe Philadelphia Eagles are losing director of pro scouting Dwayne Joseph to the Raiders, according to a report from Neil Stratton of Inside The League. Joseph is “expected to fill the role of pro director” for the future Las Vegas franchise. Joseph was seemingly targeted by former Eagles preseason color analyst and current Raiders general manager Mike Mayock. Mayock was only hired by the Raiders earlier this year so he hasn’t had a chance to fully put his imprint on the team’s player personnel staff until now.Whereas coaching changes often occur immediately after the NFL season, scouting changes typically take place shortly after the NFL Draft each year.Losing Joseph, who originally joined Philadelphia’s front office four years ago, seems like a significant loss for the Eagles. Philly has made some really good pro personnel additions during Joseph’s tenure: Brandon Brooks, Chris Long, LeGarrette Blount, etc. The Eagles’ pro personnel department did a great job of finding three significant in-season additions last year in the form of Cre’Von LeBlanc, Treyvon Hester, and Jordan Matthews. Joseph might not be the only key executive the Eagles lose this offseason. It’s also been rumored that Joe Douglas could be joining the New York Jets.Ultimately, losing executives and assistant coaches is typically a good problem to have. It comes with the territory of being a successful organization like the Eagles have been. The challenge is to keep replenishing the talent Wilbert Montgomery Jersey , which goes to explain why the Eagles hired Andrew Berry earlier this offseason.Philadelphia will likely announce some official front office changes by the end of the month. The Eagles got an elite pass blocker in the making."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Eagles StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Eagles NewsYahoo Eagles Team PageYahoo Eagles ReportYahoo Eagles Depth ChartYahoo Eagles TransactionsYahoo Eagles PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕NFL DraftEagles 2019 NFL DraftLooking back at the college career of Andre Dillard New,42commentsThe Eagles got an elite pass blocker in the making.EDTShareTweetShareShareLooking back at the college career of Andre Dillard James Snook-USA TODAY SportsLast night the Philadelphia Eagles traded up from the 25th pick to the 22nd pick to select OT Andre Dillard out of Washington State. The Eagles supposedly got a top-ten player on their board in the trade up and have universally gotten great reviews for the selection. Now, it doesn’t take a draftnik to be pleased with getting a top 10 player at pick 22, but let’s break down exactly why Andre Dillard was a great selection for the Eagles. 2015Dillard’s rookie season was fairly underwhelming overall. For starters, the rookie played just 195 offensive snaps. After red-shirting his freshman year to put on bulk, Dillard didn’t see any live action until week 11. He finished the year as the starter at LT for the last three weeks in a pass-happy offense. After putting up a phenomenal effort against Colorado, the rookie was abysmal in his final game of the year, allowing ks, a QB hit, and 6 additional QB hurries over 58 pass rushing snaps against Washington.2016In the following season, Dillard elevated his level of play significantly Womens Harold Carmichael Jersey , finishing the year as the 3rd highest-graded pass blocker (PFF) in the NCAA, behind the likes of Forrest Lamp and Orlando Brown, Jr. In his sophomore season Dillard finished the year with 7 allowed sacks, 4 allowed hurries and 14 allowed pressures. 2017After an excellent sophomore campaign, Dillard once again finished the season as one of the premier OTs in the country. With just 2 sacks allowed and 22 total pressures over a whopping 810 pass blocking snaps (most in the NCAA), Dillard once again finished up as one of the highest-graded pass-blockers in the country. 2018In his final collegiate season, Dillard again took his play to the next level. Over 748 snaps in protection (just one snap behind teammate Abraham Lucas), Dillard surrendered just 1 sack and 13 total pressures. Dillard, for the third year in a row, did this from the LT position. The Eagles got one of the, if not THE best pass-blocking left tackles in the NCAA over the past 3 years last night. Dillard graded out as a solid http://www.eagleslockerroom.com/authentic-randall-cunningham-jersey , but not spectacular, run-blocker in that span. Not many players selected in the 20s, if any, are going to be NFL ready in all assets of their game and Dillard certainly follows suit. The good news, however, is that Dillard is pro-ready as a pass blocker and more than capable of stepping in as soon as the Eagles need him at left tackle. Jason Peters is set to start what could be the final year of his Hall of Fame career at the ripe age of 37 years-old. With an arguably injury prone star young quarterback, there is nothing better than securing the safety of his blindside.
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