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Defensive draft plan might work out for Eagles

Defensive draft plan might work out for Eagles

PHILADELPHIA — As Plan Bs go, the 2015 NFL Draft looked like a solid, well-executed one for the Philadelphia Eagles. After being denied an opportunity to add Marcus Mariota in a blockbuster trade that would have blown the top off an already ridiculously overhyped event, they simply continued with the business of fortifying their defense. The Eagles picked a total of six players from Thursday evening through Saturday evening. All save first-round wide receiver Nelson Agholor play defense. Makes sense. For a team with no franchise quarterback, they'll have to be good everywhere else, especially on defense, where they'll have to be especially improved on the back end, to...