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Philadelphia Eagles Drafted Tight Ends

The Philadelphia Eagles have selected 22 Tight Ends in their team history (80 drafts). The Eagles have drafted 2 Tight Ends in the first round. The highest drafted TE was Charle Young drafted in round 1 (#6 Overall) in 1973 out of USC. Some of the top drafted Eagles Tight Ends were Keith Jackson drafted in round 1 in 1988 out of Oklahoma, Zach Ertz drafted in round 2 in 2013 out of Stanford, Brent Celek drafted in round 5 in 2007 out of Cincinnati, L.J. Smith drafted in round 2 in 2003 out of Rutgers and Keith Krepfle drafted in round 5 in 1974 out of Iowa State. View all of the Philadelphia Eagles drafted Tight Ends throughout their history.
Philadelphia Eagles Drafted Tight Ends
Year Round Selection Player College
2013 2 35   Zach Ertz   Stanford
2010 4 125   Clay Harbor   Missouri
2009 5 153   Cornelius Ingram   Florida
2007 5 162   Brent Celek   Cincinnati
2003 2 61   L.J. Smith   Rutgers
2001 5 147   Tony Stewart   Penn State
1999 7 208   Jed Weaver   Oregon
1997 5 155   Luther Broughton   Furman
1996 2 54   Jason Dunn   Eastern Kentucky
1996 6 197   Tony Johnson   Alabama
1993 7 190   Joey Mickey   Oklahoma
1988 1 13   Keith Jackson   Oklahoma
1983 5 120   Byron Darby   USC
1982 2 47   Lawrence Sampleton   Texas
1982 3 78   Vyto Kab   Penn State
1981 3 82   Greg LaFleur   Louisiana State
1976 9 248   Richard Osborne   Texas A&M
1974 5 115   Keith Krepfle   Iowa State
1973 1 6   Charle Young   USC
1966 7   Dave Lince   North Dakota
1965 4   Fred Hill   USC
1962 8   Ralph Smith   Mississippi
 
 
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