The Philadelphia Eagles will have three first-round picks in the 2022 NFL draft and general manager Howie Roseman should be able to make impact selections with all three of the picks.
With Jalen Hurts looking like a starting quarterback, the team can focus on building around him. This would include building for the future.
The Eagles roster is built for the future with Hurts, DeVonta Smith, Miles Sanders, Dallas Godert, and Darius Slay. But the team will need help up front in the trenches on both sides of the ball if they want to continue to improve and compete in the NFC.
While Jason Kelce has been the ultimate staple for the Philadelphia Eagles, he is getting older. The team will need to plan for his future and Tyler Linderbaum is that future.
Coming out of Iowa, Linderbaum is considered the top center in the draft and he should be considered that. Getting him at 14 would be a steal for the Eagles.
There is no indication that Kelce is calling it a career anytime soon, but with Linderbaum’s talent level he should be able to slide into either guard spot. He would be a versatile player that improves the Eagles roster immediately.