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EAGLES INSIDERS: A look at three nose tackles in draft who could help
Their transition from a 4-3 to a 3-4 is not complete. Although the Eagles did find themselves a nice rookie nose tackle in Bennie Logan last season and were pleased with the way former defensive tackles Fletcher Cox and Cedric Thornton handled the switch to ends, they're still building.

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