In the fifth round, the Eagles chose to bolster their secondary by selecting N.C. State safety Earl Wolff. Wolff measured 5’11”, 209 pounds at the NFL Combine and clocked an impressive 4.44 40-yard-dash time. Scouts believe he is a high character player with quick feet and the ability to make an impact both against the run and the pass. The Eagles will have a highly competitive training camp at the safety position, with Kenny Phillips and Patrick Chung trying to hold off the likes of Nate Allen, Kurt Coleman, Colt Anderson, and now Earl Wolff for the starting jobs.
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