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Report: Eagles Check In On OL Prospects

Posted Apr 16, 2013

The Eagles are continuing the check in on offensive linemen prior to the NFL Draft, according to multiple reports.

First, Adam Caplan of The Sideline View reported that the Eagles brought in former Tennessee offensive lineman Dallas Thomas for a visit. The 6-5, 306-pound Thomas has experience at both tackle and guard on the left side. He is ranked as the No. 5 guard in this year's draft class by's Tony Pauline. He is projected to be selected on the second day of the NFL Draft (Rounds 2 and 3).

Another offensive line prospect reportedly on the Eagles' radar is Patrick Ford of Eastern Kentucky. Aaron Wilson of reported that the Eagles held a private workout for Ford. The 6-5, 316-pound Ford played both guard and tackle for the Colonels. He was a preseason FCS All-American selection, but suffered a season-ending knee injury on September 29.

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