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Reports: Eagles Meet Three Prospects

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Stanford TE Zach Ertz –According to a report by The Sideline View's Adam Caplan, Ertz worked out with tight ends coach Ted Williams last week. A Consensus All-American in 2012, Ertz caught 69 passes for 989 yards and six touchdowns last season. He is commonly projected to be drafted in the first round.

Miami CB Brandon McGee –Aaron Wilson of Scout.com reported that the Eagles are one of several teams to schedule a private workout with McGee. Last season, McGee notched 54 combined tackles, including four for a loss, two interceptions and a sack. He also had nine passes defended. McGee started 24 consecutive games to end his career at Miami.

Tulane QB Ryan Griffin –Tammy Nunez of NOLA.com reported that Player Personnel Executive Rick Mueller conducted a private workout with Griffin last week. Last season, Griffin completed 245 of 394 passes (a 62.2 completion percentage), for 2771 yards, 20 touchdowns and 11 interceptions.

 The Eagles have been busy scheduling workouts and private visits with several of the draft's top prospects. In recent weeks, the Eagles have met with players like Utah defensive tackle Star Lotulelei and Florida State EJ Manuel.

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