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Other Views: May 13

With the draft over, what is new defensive coordinator Juan Castillo doing to prepare his defense for the 2011 season? The Philadelphia Inquirer provides a glimpse into Castillo's work day.

Most of the noise in the Kevin Kolb rumor mill indicates that the Arizona Cardinals may be the front-runner for the quarterback's services. What does a prominent Cardinals beat writer think of the potential fit?

Continuing with the Kolb trade market, Sheil Kapadia looks at the potential value the Eagles can expect in return if they choose to make a deal.

Reuben Frank of CSNPhilly.com explores the reasons behind the Eagles' bountiful draft classes over the last two seasons. Since 2010, the Eagles have drafted 24 players.

Jeremy Maclin doesn't believe the Eagles are behind the eight-ball because they haven't had any informal practices, pointing to the team's comfort with at quarterback.

In his mailbag, Ray Didinger takes a look at the Eagles' emphasis on the linebacker position over the last few years.

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