Looking back is the only way to get ahead in the NFL despite the almost fanatical focus on forgetting the past and moving on. And so it is with the NFL draft. Coaches, player personnel staff and scouts study tape of college prospects as obsessively as players pour over film during the regular season.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars are pumped into a process where almost no stone goes unturned in the search for -- at least in the case of the Eagles this weekend -- six draft picks and a handful or two of undrafted rookies.
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