David Akers trolls Cowboys fans with epic NFL Draft speech

David Akers trolls Cowboys fans with epic NFL Draft speech

David Akers trolls Cowboys fans with epic NFL Draft speech

And when he competed against mostly Division I-A prospects at the Senior Bowl, according to Eagles vice president of player personnel Joe Douglas, Goedert more than held his own. Six-time Pro Bowl kicker David Akers needled Cowboys fans when he made the announcement in their stadium. Particularly winning the first Super Bowl in franchise history.

The Eagles got the Colts to take their fifth-round and second-round picks to move up three spots - one ahead of the Cowboys - and select Dallas Goedert. "Dallas is a blue-collar kid that works extremely hard". "And I was kind of hoping I could go there and play for the Eagles". He had over 1,100 yards receiving in his junior and senior seasons.

Peele said he patterns his game after National Football League tight ends Travis Kelce and Zach Ertz.

So, in reply to Pearson, Akers started off yelling out "What's up Dallas?". "A need was created with the departures of veterans Brent Celek and Trey Burton, and though they're lacking a true in-line tight end at the moment, they addressed the position in a big way". "He's a tremendous weapon we can utilize". Wentz texted him after he was picked.

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"We're really excited about him and his fit as a player and as a person for our program", Roseman said. Now they're holding four picks, including two in the fourth round.

Goedert finished his career in Brookings as a two-time first-team All-American and hauled in 198 catches with 2,988 yards and 21 career touchdown catches.

Former Florida State defensive end Josh Sweat was drafted Saturday by the Eagles in the fourth round (No. 130 overall).This wasn't what Sweat would have envisioned in 2014, when he was the top recruit in the country and already being talked about as.

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