Why drafting these defensive ends could create a dilemma for Eagles

INDIANAPOLIS – The Eagles could face a dilemma if two top defensive ends are available at their three first-round spots in the NFL draft.

Both Purdue’s George Karlaftis and Michigan’s David Ojabo grew up overseas and are relatively new to football with neither playing it until high school.

They have the potential to get much better than they are, and that makes them enticing with the Eagles holding picks Nos. 15, 16 and 19.

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