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Breaking News: Philadelphia Eagles list out  to sign two more Cornerback to beef up team power

For Philadelphia to take care of one of the Eagles’ most pressing requirements, this board fit the bill.

The notion that the Philadelphia Eagles could select both Jalen Carter and Nolan Smith in the first round last year sounded like science fiction at this point.

Therefore, we shouldn’t completely rule out the chance that the Birds select Toledo cornerback Quinyon Mitchell with the 22nd overall choice.

Not likely? Yes. Unthinkable? Not exactly, particularly if he slides to a place where trading up is still feasible.

In the yearly NFL writers mock draft held by SB Nation, Mitchell was let slide to Philly due to mistakes made by all.


Cornerback is an apparent necessity for the Eagles.

James Bradberry is expected to be classified as a post-June 1 cut, but he is still on the roster as of right now.

He may still be around, but that doesn’t mean the Eagles won’t cut him before Week 1. Mitchell can enter the game and challenge players like Darius Slay’s opposite starting cornerback, Bradberry, Kelee Ringo, and Eli Ricks.

Mitchell is a great backup option and a potential successor, even if he doesn’t get the start. Considering his background as nickel cornerback, he might also see some action there.


In other words, Mitchell manages to gain hold of the football.

Before adding another in 2023, he recorded five interceptions in 2022. Mitchell also recorded an absurd 37 passes defensed in the previous two years.

Given that Mitchell participated in the MAC, some have expressed concerns about the caliber of competition. And for Howie Roseman, that could be a valid concern.

However, the Eagles are fond of their Senior Bowl performers, and Mitchell appeared to be on point against the best players in college football in Mobile, Alabama.


Mitchell is a stew of attributes, with strength, speed, and size making up the majority of his package. He possesses the frame of a running back, the tackle power of a safety, and the ball-handling ability of a cornerback.

Playing against the best receivers in practice, Mitchell proved to be the undisputed best cornerback at the Senior Bowl despite being able to play in a variety of situations.

His acceleration to close and tenacity at the reception point could make quarterback throwing windows more difficult, even though he still needs to follow a more efficient route when harassing the route.

The qualities, play style, and special teams potential of Mitchell should draw in teams looking to bolster their CB depth.

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