Eagles Cancel Pre-Draft Visit With Top Prospect

The Philadelphia Eagles cancel their plans to meet with a top offensive lineman ahead of the 2024 NFL Draft.
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Like every other team with two weeks left until the 2024 NFL Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles are doing their due diligence to make the best selections possible with their draft picks. The Birds have a total of eight selections in the draft, with three of them being in the first two rounds. This gives them an excellent opportunity to round out the roster and fill their needs.

One of those needs is the offensive line. Perhaps this doesn't get as much attention as the needs at cornerback and on the defensive side of the ball in general but with Jason Kelce retiring and Lane Johnson aging, there will be a need to draft an offensive lineman.

General manager Howie Roseman loves drafting and investing in the offensive line, so it's not a surprise that the Eagles already interviewed six offensive linemen. They had a top-30 visit scheduled with another one but it has reportedly been canceled.

According to Jake Rabadi of Liberty Line, the Eagles are no longer meeting with the Boston College guard Christian Mahogany.

Eagles Cancel Pre-Draft Visit With Top Guard Prospect

This comes as a surprise as Mahogany is ranked as the second-highest guard on the PFF Big Board. He is currently projected to be a third-round pick in most mock drafts.

This doesn't necessarily mean that Mahogany is no longer an option for Philadelphia but it could also signal that the Eagles are focused on a different offensive line prospect.

We will see which is the case in two weeks.

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