The first-round of the NFL Draft is in the books with the Eagles landing Georgia defensive tackle Jordan Davis after moving up two spots from pick No. 15 to No. 13 to select the Chuck Bednarik Award winner.

On Friday,they have two more chances to add talent to the roster with pick No. 51 in Round 2 and 83 in Round 3.

ESPN.com has their Round 2 mock draft and has the Eagles filling their need a cornerback, taking Auburn's Roger McCreary.

The Eagles will address a need at cornerback with McCreary, who provides great value. He is capable of competing for the starting spot opposite Darius Slay in training camp.

McCreary finished this season with an excellent 14 passes defended and has six interceptions over the last three seasons for the Tigers.

As for Round 3, the Eagles are still holding pick No. 81, after sending pick 101 to Tennessee in the A.J. Brown trade.

One Round 3 mock draft, over at NBC Sports, has the Eagles taking Georgia linebacker Channing Tindall.

Tindall gets lost in the sauce sometimes on that Georgia defense, but he is an explosive player, who earned Second Team All-SEC honors, making 67 total tackles (7.5 for loss) and 5.5 sacks on the Bulldogs.

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