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Dylan McMahon signs his rookie contract 

Dylan McMahon signs his rookie contract.
Dylan McMahon signs his rookie contract.

With their final pick in the 2024 NFL Draft, the Eagles selected NC State interior offensive lineman Dylan McMahon in the sixth round.

Here are five things to know about McMahon, one of the team's sixth-round picks (No. 190 overall):

1. McMahon's short-shuttle time of 4.33 seconds at the 2024 NFL Scouting Combine was the fastest of any interior offensive lineman drafted in the last decade.

2. Only two drafted interior linemen in the last 10 years ran a faster 3-cone drill at that position group than McMahon's 7.22, and one of them was Eagles' starting center Cam Jurgens (7.19) in 2022.

"I expected to test well," McMahon said. "I knew that the combine was going to be a big thing for me because I am an athletic offensive lineman. Being able to show my athletic abilities there was going to be huge for me. I was blessed to go out there and perform the way I did. It was an amazing experience."

3. Per Pro Football Focus, McMahon allowed just one sack on 361 pass block snaps in 2023.

4. In 49 games (44 starts) at NC State, McMahon saw time at center, right guard, and left guard.

"Moving to center last year was what was best for our team," McMahon said. "I like to be able to have that versatility so I can plug and play whatever they need me. This year they needed me at center, and I love playing center, that's my favorite position to play. Just being able to plug and play anywhere that the coaches need or anyway I can fill to help out is what I pride myself in."

5. McMahon's brother, Ryan, was an All-ACC center at Florida State and signed as an undrafted free agent with the Atlanta Falcons.

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