• Eagles Hosted Star Lotulelei Yesterday; Johnson Next

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Apr 17, 2013
    Lotulelei is a strong candidate for the Eagles’ fourth overall pick. But I also think Lotulelei would be a strong choice. Sports Illustrated’s Peter King hears that the Eagles “like Star Lotulelei a lot to play all along the line, even at nose.” Lotulelei is polished and productive and while I doubt he’ll be the choice, I think he’d be as good as any other choice in this year’s draft for the Chiefs. Lotulelei was considered a top-5 pick before doctors in Indianapolis found abnormalities in his echocardiogram in February. He prefers to line up at nose tackle, but would most likely play defensive end across from Fletcher Cox with the Eagles. Only days after tagging Starks with the franchise tag, Ireland made no secret to his personnel people that he still wanted to add another defensive tackle because those guys are good to have and he already knew Tony McDaniel was headed out the door.
    Source: eaglesgab.com
    • Chiefs should still consider Lotulelei at No. 1

      Earlier in the draft process, I pegged Utah defensive lineman Star Lotulelei as the player I thought the Kansas City Chiefs should take with the No.1 overall pick. Many scouts I talked to believed he was the best overall player available in the draft an…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Star Lotulelei in the first round makes sense (which is bad)

      I know Jeff Ireland loves defensive tackles. A lot. In two of the past three years the Dolphins have used their franchise tag on, you guessed it, defensive tackles -- Paul Soliai in 2011 and Randy Starks this year. Only days after tagging Starks with th…
    • Panthers’ Alexander knows Lotulelei’s plight

      A defensive lineman is prohibited from working out at the NFL combine when doctors discover a problem with his heart.Click to Continue »

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